Union, Oregon Michelle Joeline Lee, 36, of Ontario and formerly of Union died Sept. 4 in her sleep. Haren-Wood Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. A memorial gathering is being planned. Survivors include her husband, Troy Duane Lee and three children, Michael Duane Lee, Natasha Lee and Dustin Duane Lee, all of Ontario; two
Seaman, 3rd Div.; of Johnston County; son of E. L. and Mrs. Mary Lee. Entered service June 3, 1917, at Raleigh, N.C. Sent to St. Helena Station. Sailed for Brest, France. Made five trips across on U. S. S. South Carolina. Mustered out Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va., Oct. 30, 1919.
At his residence on Birch Creek, Nov. 20th , William Lee. Funeral at the house today at 11 a.m. William was born April 26, 1839 in Bartholomew Co., IN. He married Amy Lee on February 21, 1858 in Mahaska Co., Fremont, IA. Amy was only 15 and William was 19 years old when they married.
Letha L., the infant daughter of L. H. Lee and wife, of 811 Railroad Street, died early this morning [January 15, 1903] of scarlet fever, aged 2 years, 8 months and 17 days. The funeral will be held at the grave in Olney Cemetery, conducted by Rev. Rigby. The body will be taken from the
Mrs. Mary Lee of whom mention has been made several times of late on account of her precarious condition since having her thigh broken April 1, died at her home at 415 West Alta Street [May 7, 1904] Saturday night of old age, her death being hastened by the accident mentioned. Mrs. Lee was 80
J. J. Lee, an Oregon pioneer and an old resident of Pendleton, died at his home on Alta Street Sunday morning [May 25, 1890] at four o’clock, after an illness of five weeks. Mr. Lee was born in New York [New Jersey] in 1816. When he was two years old his parents removed to Ohio,
John Henry Lee of 828 SE 8th, died Saturday morning [May 5] at a Pendleton hospital. He was 70. He worked for John Deere and Caterpillar companies for 35 years. He lived in this area 25 years. Survivors are the widow, Mamie; daughters, Mrs. Richard Michael and Jeanne Kelley, both of Portland, and Mrs. John
Mamie Emelia Lee, 83, a two-year resident of the Elzora Manor Nursing Home, died there Sept. 19, 1987. The graveside service will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Mountain View Cemetery. The Rev. David Stunkel will officiate. Friends may meet at Groseclose Garden Chapel prior to leaving for the cemetery. Mrs. Lee was born March 6,
Robert E. Lee, 69, range keeper for the state game department at the Kettle Falls game farm died suddenly from a heart attack while attending an auction sale in Colville Saturday [May 1, 1954]. He was born May 17, 1884 at Walla Walla and resided at Kettle Falls the past five years. Survivors include his
Thomas G. Lee died Saturday nite [October 23, 1898] at his house in Jenn. Twp. one mile north of Austin. On Thursday while hauling fodder he was thrown from the wagon to the ground striking upon his head which produced paralysis from the effects of which he died. His remains were interred at the Austin