Wilson, T. J. – Obituary

T. J. Wilson of Greenville, formerly county assessor for Washington County died on Monday last at the Good Samariton Hospital in Portland. Mr. Wilson has been in poor health for several years and had to submit to surgical operations at different times, his constitution finally giving way to the strain.

Mr. Wilson was a native of Washington County and was well known throughout the county. Besides a large number of friends he leaves a wife and several children behind to mourn his loss.

He was buried Wednesday by Montezuma Lodge I.O.O.F. of Hillsboro, assisted by about 20 of the Forest Grove brethren. Rev. Jas Campbell of Hillsboro conducted the religious services.

May 21, 1891 – Forest Grove Times
Friday July 17, 1891 – Forest Grove Times



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