Read the obituary for Julian A. George, a 50-year-old farmer who crawled under a fence and accidentally shot himself in the chest when he pulled a gun through after him.
In this week’s installment, read about the tragic death of 21-year-old Lytle Follett, who died in 1920 after an accidental shooting on a hunting trip in the Alsea mountain region.
In this week’s Mount Union Stories, read about real estate agent Henry Ambler, a native of England who came to the United States in 1884, settled in Oregon and died in Philomath in 1925.
Published as it appeared on June 12, 1919, in the (Corvallis) Weekly Gazette-Times, Page 3, Column 5. The remains of the late Charles Wright arrived in Corvallis on the 4:35 train from Portland and were taken to Bovee’s funeral parlors,…
Published as it appeared on Nov. 29, 1917, in the (Corvallis) Weekly Gazette-Times, Page 4, Column 7. Henry Fred Schrepel, a native of Ohio, born of German parents, and a resident of Oregon and Benton county for a number of…
In this week’s installment, read obituaries for James and Sarah Robinson, a husband and wife who died 16 years apart and are buried at Mount Union Cemetery. The couple lived for many years near Wren.
In this week’s installment, read the obituary for Rose Nicholls, who died at age 70 in 1915.
This week’s Mount Union Stories shares the story of a 7-year-old boy who died of dropsy in 1903 and was buried next to his father, who had died the previous year by drowning in the Willamette River.
In this week’s installment, read Eleanor Gellatly, who suffered for years following an attack of typhoid fever and died in 1899 at age 22.
In this week’s Mount Union Stories, read the obituary for William H. Freed, who in his younger years got caught up in the Gold Rush and in later years, worked as a builder in Grants Pass before retiring to Philomath.
In this week’s Mount Union Stories, read about the short life of Lucy J. Allen, daughter of a Philomath preacher and a Kings Valley teacher, who died during the summer of 1884.
Read a published item about the death of Wilmina Wyatt, who died in the fall of 1922 following a short illness.
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