Pioneer Haines Woman Succumbs Wednesday
Samantha Coyle, 82, died at her home Wednesday morning following an illness of four months with heart disease.
“Minnie” Coyle, known to her friends as “Aunt Minnie” was born in Harding county Ohio, February 3, 1850. She crossed the plains with her parents, the family settling in the Haines district in 1876 and lived here until the time of her death. She operated a farm with her mother, Mrs. Cornelius Coyle, for several years and after her mother’s death in1904 moved to Haines, where she lived for the last 27 years. The farm adjoining Haines was owned by her until her death.
She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Hulda Masters, of PineCreek, and a number of nieces and nephews, among them being Mrs. Harve McCullough, Mrs. Worthy Ward, Nimma Masters, Lincoln Owen and Sam Masters, all of this community and Mrs. James Parsons, of Walla Walla.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the Haines Methodist Episcopal church of which she was a member for a good many years. Interment will be in the Pine creek cemetery besides her parents.
North Powder News
Friday, April 1, 1932