John C. Gibbs Died Sunday At His Home
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John C. Gibbs, early-day resident of Baker county, died at 7 o’clock last Sunday night at his home on Powder river, seven miles south of Baker. He was born in Kansas, January 1, 1862.
Mr. Gibbs is survived by his widow and three sons; Elmer E. Gibbs of North Powder, Bryant Gibbs of Baker, Isaac A. Gibbs of Baker, and five daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Peterson of Spokane, Wash., Mrs. Maude Erwin of Baker, Mrs. Rachel Scofield of Milton, Ore., and Miss Emma Gibbs and Miss Eva Gibbs both of Baker.
Funeral services were held from the West chapel in Baker Thursday afternoon and interment was in the Baker cemetery.
North Powder News
Saturday, August 29, 1925