Hayes-Kotter, Lori Leigh Mrs. – Obituary

North Powder, Union County, Oregon Lori Leigh Hayes-Kotter, 49, of North Powder, died April 4, 2006, at Baker City. Her memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Sunday at the North Powder School, 333 G St. There will be a buffet lunch afterward at the North Powder Grange. Lori was born on Jan. 14, 1957,



Hal K. Hayes

2nd Lt., Bat. A, 326th F. Artly., 84th Div.; from Iredell County, N.C.; son of J. Lee and Matilda Hayes. Husband of Mrs. Gayzelle Hayes. Entered the service at Mooresville, N.C., June 6, 1917, and sent to Camp Sevier, S. C. Sailed for France June 12, 1918. Promoted to 2nd Lt. Oct. 1, 1918. Fought



Hayes, George – Obituary

George Hayes Dies At Pasco, Valley Pioneer Passes Thursday George H. Hayes, 75, a Kittitas Valley pioneer, died Thursday afternoon at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Pasco following an illness of two weeks [died May 31, 1956]. He had made his home in Pasco with a daughter, Mrs. Helen Rombough, for the past year.



Hayes, Matilda Curtis – Obituary

Matilda (Tillie) Hayes, 92, died at a local nursing home Friday. She was the daughter of valley pioneers Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis. Born November 16, 1879, at the site where Kittitas now stands, she married James J. Hayes, January 29, 1899, and she lived in the Denmark-Badger Pocket area until five years ago when



Hayes, Nancy Fortney – Obituary

Mrs. Nancy Hayes, Pioneer, Passes/Valley Resident For 59 Years Dies; Many Descendents Mrs. Nancy E. Hayes, 83-year-old Kittitas valley pioneer, died at the Valley hospital yesterday [died March 19, 1941]. She was the widow of the late James T. Hayes, and had lived in the Kittitas valley since 1882. Mrs. Hayes was born in Missouri,



Hayes, Lydia Montgomery – Obituary

Mrs. Geo Hayes Passes Today At Broadview Home Mrs. Lydia Hayes wife of George Hayes, passed away at her home in the Broadview district this morning [August 1, 1934]. She had been ill for several months but her death comes as a great shock to her family and many friends. She was the daughter of



Hayes, George W. – Obituary

Heart Trouble Fatal To Youth, George W. Hayes, 20, Born In Ellensburg, Succumbs Last Night. George Wesley Hayes, 20, son of Mr. and Mr. J. J. Hayes, died Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock at the home of his uncle, Harry K. Hayes at 14th and Water streets. He had been ill for a year with



Hayes, James Jonathan – Obituary

James J. ‘Johnnie’ Hayes, 98, of Rt. 2 in the Thrall area, died Wednesday [died February 23, 1977] at a local nursing home. He was born February 22, 1879 (headstone 1880) in Otoe County, Neb. He came here from Iowa in 1883 and lived in School District No. 12 for 80 years. He farmed in



Hayes, Rebecca Jane Fry – Obituary

The death of Mrs. Rebecca Jane Hayes, wife of Sanford Hayes, occurred on Sunday morning [May 25, 1913], after a lingering illness. The funeral services took place on Monday at 11 a.m. at the Kittitas Baptist Church, Mr. Hanson of the Church of Latter Day Saints officiating, and were attended by a large number of



Hayes, Mae Etta Noland – Obituary

Mrs. May Hayes, the wife of Harry Hayes who has lived in the valley for many years, recently being employed by the county, died Tuesday morning [December 1, 1925] from pneumonia, having been ill less than two weeks. Mrs. Hayes was born and raised in the Okanogan country. Besides her husband, she is survived by



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