June 14, William M., at 6335 N. Haight Ave., late of Los Angeles. Graveside services 2 PM Thursday at Scio, Or. Arrangements in care of The Killingsworth Ave. Funeral Home, formerly “Wilson-Chambers Mortuary,” 430 N. Killingsworth. The Oregonian, Jun 15, 1938 Contributed by: Shelli Steedman
Vandeveer Perry Morrow, one of the oldest of the Mason County pioneers, was found dead in bed, in his house at Shelton Pont, where he has been living alone for several years past [April 23, 1901]. His absence was not noticed until Thursday morning when neighbors went to the door and found that he had
H. G. Morrow, one of the best known and most highly esteemed pioneers of the county, died suddenly near his home in Cowlitz Prairie about nine o’clock Wednesday forenoon [June 7, 1905]. Mr. Morrow had been sick for some time but had gotten better and was able to be about. Yesterday forenoon Mrs. Morrow and
Graveside services were to be held at the Cowlitz Mission Cemetery this afternoon for Mrs. Catherine Morrow, 85 whose death, occurred in Portland, Wednesday [July 18, 1934]. Mass was said in St. Agatha’s Church in that city this morning. The Morrow family settled on Cowlitz Prairie in the early days. After her husband’s death, Mrs.
Word has been received here of the death of Mr. T. P. Morrow of Swedesburg which occurred Thursday afternoon, Jan. 4th  at three o’clock after a long illness of paralysis. He has been a resident of Henry County for many years and his many friends will be grieved to learn of his death. He
Mrs. Maud Morrow, 77, died Tuesday evening [April 3, 1962] at the memorial Hospital after a long illness. The daughter of William and Elmina Lyon McBeth, she was born Oct. 14, 1884 at Trenton. She was a lifelong resident of Henry County. On Sept. 26, 1906 she was married to Edward T. Morrow who preceded
John J. Morrow, 79, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Ball, four miles north of Ft. Madison, Wednesday evening [October 20, 1937] about five o’clock, after a short illness. [Died Lee Co.] The deceased was the son of Rebecca Allender and Tillman Morrow, and was born in Henry County, June 30, 1858.
Mr. John Morrow, a well-known citizen of Mt. Pleasant, passed away Friday afternoon at four o’clock at his home on Broadway after a long and painful illness with asthma and other complications. Mr. Morrow was a well-known and highly respected man of our community. For many years he was the proprietor of the Morrow Grocery
Fred Morrow, son of John Jackson and Susan Alice Morrow, was born in Henry Co., April 12, 1882, and departed this life October 5, 1950. Age 68 years 4 months and 23 days. On Sept. 4, 1901 he was united in marriage to Millie Gholson. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife and 8
Edward T. Morrow, age 77, died at 12:10 a.m. Saturday [October 22, 1960] at the home of his son, Earnest Morrow, Trenton. The son of Tillman and Rebecca Allender Morrow, he was born June 9, 1882 in Henry County near Olds. He has been a resident of Henry County and Mt. Pleasant all his life.