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North Powder, Union County, Oregon
Mrs. Tabitha Lee Passes This Life
Mrs. Tabitha Lee, aged 76, died at her home in North Powder, Thursday morning at about six o’clock. Mrs. Lee was found in her bed in an unconscious condition at about that time, by Miss Ruth Agustus. She died without a struggle. Heart failure is given as the cause of death.
Mrs. Lee was the widow of the late Geo. E. Lee and the mother of Mrs. W.A. Hudelson, Mrs. Walter Jones, Mrs. Howard Sloan, Volney E. and Oey (?) Lee, all of this city. Numerous other relatives survive.
Deceased was a native of Indiana, coming with her husband and family from Paoli, in that state 34 years ago and has made her home at North Powder since that time.
Funeral services have not been completed but the service is to be held at the local Methodist church Friday or Saturday. Burial will be in the city cemetery.
Oregon Trail Weekly
North Powder News
Saturday, September 10, 1927