Funeral for Margaret Lee Warner, 82, Portland, will be held Saturday. Funeral notices in today’s paper. Mrs. Warner, widow of Kenneth G. Warner, well-known sheep man in Umatilla County, died Tuesday [April 26, 1960] in Portland. She was born in Pendleton. She had resided at Portland for the past 18 years. She was a member
Kenneth George Warner, 67, well-known sheep man, died yesterday [May 22, 1939] in St. Anthony’s hospital of a complication of illnesses. He was born in Rutland, Vermont, and came west in 1885 to reside in the Pilot Rock region. In his early life he assisted his father in the sheep business, and later enlisted in
Frederick S. Warner, for twenty-two-years a resident of this county, aged about 72, and the father of Kenneth G. Warner, president of the Umatilla County Woolgrowers’ Association, passed away at his home in Freewater on the 17th [May 1911], and was buried in Olney Cemetery last evening, with the Episcopal service. Rev. Charles Quinney officiating.
In this city, September 5 , Eva L. Warner, aged 77 years. Survived by H. F. Warner of Portland, K. G. Warner of Pilot Butte, Ore., R. J. Warner of Los Angeles, Mrs. W. H. Richards of Multnomah, Ore. Remains will be sent to Pendleton, Ore., September 7, by the Salem Mortuary, 545 North Capitol
Uriah Todd6, (Solomon5, James4, James3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born May 11, 1808, died Aug. 10, 1896, married Mary Ann, daughter of(???)and Susannah (Wheeler) Wardman, who was born 1811, died Dec. 19, 1890. Children: 888. Warren Uriah, b. May 2, 1835, unmarried, was a carpenter. He lived in Zoar, Mass. 889. Beda, b. May 29, 1836, d.
ALLEN CHURCHILL WARNER-Away back in the days when Britain was a savage country the name Warner appears. In these days there were some tribes who lived in the southwestern part of what is now England, and who were more cultured than the savage races who surrounded them. These civilized peoples had to be constantly on
EDWARD FRANKLIN WARNER, dealer in farm implements and cultivator of the ancestral farm of three hundred acres, where he passed his days, at Cummington, Massachusetts, was born on the homestead property, November 16, 1844, and died there March 27, 1911. He was the son of Franklin John Marvin and Vesta Wales (Reed) Warner. The Warner
Dr. Lucien C. Warner, New York. It has been my privilege to spend about two weeks in traveling through the Sioux Reservation, and I want to speak especially of the Standing Rock Agency, where there are about 4,000 Indians. It is a grazing country, where it is impossible to raise any crops. Grain and vegetables
John Warner dentist at Garden Grove, was born in Otsego County, New York, in 1820. His parents, Zachariah and Laura (Hale) Warner, were natives of Connecticut and of English ancestry. John, the fifth in a family of eight children, learned dentistry at Cincinnati, first started in business in Kentucky in 1840, and from 1865 to
Jesse, son of Samuel and Hannah (Sackett) Warner. was born May 6, 1718. He resided in Belchertown and Conway, Massachusetts. He married Miriam Smith, born October 30, 1718. Children: 1. Elisha. born April 1, 1740. 2. Hannah, August 28, 1741 3. Miriam, July 21. 1743. 4. Rebecca, September 16, 1745. 5. Jesse (2), of further