Simpson, Louis N. – Obituary

Louis N. Simpson Dies at Portland
Enterprise, Oregon

Word has been received at the death of Louis N. Simpson at Portland on January 5th.

Mr. Simpson worked at Heacock’s jewelry store for a year and a half. He left for Portland on Nov. 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson roomed at the Voget home while in Enterprise.
We take the following from Saturday’s Oregon Journal.

The funeral services of Louis N. Simpson who died at his home, 815 Kenworth Avenue, January 5, were conducted by the Rev. L.M. Christianson at the Finley chapel, Friday afternoon at 2:30. The body was cremated at the Portland crematorium.

Simpson, a native of Denmark, was born in 1850 and came to Oregon 35 years ago. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ethel H. Simpson, and two daughters, Mrs. Mable Bates of Portland and Mrs. Grace Brooks of Los Angeles.

Wallowa County Reporter, January 13, 1921

MLA Source Citation:

White, Judy Wallis. Wallowa County Oregon ObituariesAccessGenealogy. © 1999-2013, all rights reserved. Web. 31 January 2015. - Last updated on Jan 3rd, 2012

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