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AMOS, Thomas
The body of Thomas Amos, who died at his home 10 miles east of Creston was buried at Colfax.  He was a past grand master of Masons of Washington, and entitled to the honors of burial by the grand lodge.
[The Kennewick Courier (Kennewick, WA) - Friday, May 1906. Contributed by Robin Line]

FOEHR, Katharina

DAVENPORT, Wash., Dec. 17. (Special). -- Services for Mrs. Katharina Elizabetha Buhler Foehr, 74, a pioneer who died Saturday, were held this afternoon at the Lutheran church. Mrs. Foehr was born in Germany and came to Davenport in 1884. She was married to Mathias Foehr, a farmer of the Egypt district, at old Fort Spokane, in 1885. He died in 1937.

Surviving are five grandchildren, Ernest, Seattle; John, Laura, Ruth and Irene, all of Davenport.

[Source: Spokane Daily Chronicle (Spokane, WA) - December 17, 1940.  Submitted by Sandra Davis]

CRISP, Peter

P. W. Crisp
Pioneer Farmer Taken by Death
HARRINGTON, Wash., March 22. -- P. W. Crisp, 72, died at his home here Sunday following a short illness from a heart ailment. Mr. Crisp was born at Gold Hill, Nev., and with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Crisp, came to this area in 1888, homesteading in Lords valley.

After the death of his parents, Mr. Crisp took over the farm. Two years ago Mr. and Mrs. Crisp purchased a home in town and moved in from the farm. Mr. Crisp is a 50-year member of the IOOF lodge of Harrington and a life member of the Elks lodge 228 of Spokane.

His survivors include his wife, Viva, at the home, brothers, A. E. (Bert) Crisp of Spokane and F. G. Crisp Jr. of San Francisco.

Funeral services, under the direction of Duncan funeral home, will be held from the Community church Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Revs. E. R. Madson and E. E. Pentious, clergyman in charge. Cremation in Spokane will follow the rite at Harrington.

[Source: Spokane Daily Chronicle (Spokane, WA) - March 22, 1949 - Submitted by Sandra Davis]


Dies After Woman Sues -- Edwin Miller Commits Suicide Near Davenport.
Davenport, Wash., Feb. 9. – When Edwin Miller's wife filed suit for divorce against him he was downcast, although he had been fined in Justice C. W. Jarvis’ court but a few days before for abusing her, and when Sheriff W. D. Brockmna went to the home to serve the papers on him today he found him dead, with a bullet hole in his dead (sic), and a .32 – caliber revolver nearby.
Miller’s home is fifteen miles southwest of Davenport. The shooting occurred about 11 o’clock this morning. He leaves a wife and two children. Dr. O. L. Adams was called to the home and pronounced the cause of death wound inflicted by his own hand. The body is being brought to Davenport tonight. After drinking heavily last week Miller, a well known German farmer, is said to have abused him (sic) wife. The divorce suit was filed two days later in the Lincoln county court.

[Source: Bellingham Herald (Bellingham, WA) Thursday, February 9, 1911; MZ - Sub by FoFG]


Malinda Alice Montgomery was born in Macon County, Missouri May 6, 1859 and died at her home near Almira, Washington, May 26, 1908 age 49 years and 20 days. With her parents she crossed the plains in 1865. She was raised and educated in Lane county, Oregon. Married David Wilson Nov. 12, 1885 in Cheney, Washington. Converted and united with the Methodist Church South when a young girl and has always led a Christian life. Not only did she live the life of a Christian but she used her influence in training her children. There are left to mourn her departure, the husband, four children from the age of 12-19, an aged father, three sisters and a brother. Mrs. Wilson being one of the old pioneers taught the first school in the Big Bend proper, its location being near the present location of the Grand Coulee school house, riding horseback some five miles back and forth to the school which ws originally built by subscriptions by the bachelor settlers and others some 23 years ago (1885). Many of her pupils are still living in that neighborhood. At this time there are no schools in the Okanogan Territory, neither in Douglas County and but only two or three in Lincoln County along the Northern Pacific. The funeral occurred at the Methodist church, Friday, May 29, Rev. J.E. Herrinton, the pastor preaching the sermon. His theme was The Eternal Presence with the Father, II Corinthians 5:6, . The funeral procession wsa the longest ever known in Almira, the three lodges, IOOF, Rebekah, and Modern Woodman being largely represented, and neighbors and friends from Almira and the surrounding in all directions gathered to do honor to one who was so widely known and greatly beloved. The floral offerings were profuse and beautiful, there being pieces from the three lodges, the church and the High School besides other flowers from friends of the family.

[possibly from the Eugene Register Guard (Eugene, OR), 1908 May 26 - Submitted by D. Griffith, who adds: "she is buried in the Almira Cemetery along with her husband David Wilson" ]

MYERS, Bessie

Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Myers received word of the death of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles E. Myers of Davenport, Washington, April 24. She was formerly Kittie Hubler of Sullivan.

["The Chronicle Telegram", Elyria Ohio May 8, 1939 - Sub by S. Williams]


Sister of Mrs. Will Shaffer Dies at Davenport
Mrs. C. Will Shaffer was called this morning to Davenport by the death of her sister, Mrs. Fred Squires at that city last evening. Mrs. Squires who is well known here is survived by her husband and six children. The Squires home is at Almira but she was at Davenport with her mother when taken ill and passed away there last evening.

[Source: Olympia Record (Olympia, WA) Saturday, August 5, 1911; MZ - Sub by FoFG]

WARD, Francis

R. J. Ward received word, that his brother Francis, of Huntin, Washington, met his death Sunday morning by drowning in the Columbia river.  The body has not been found.  Mr. Ward had been operating the ferry at that place for several years.

[Source: The Springfield News (Springfield, OR) - Thursday, December 14, 1922]

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