New names indexed from the Eugene Morning Register. These are either from a death notice, an obituary or related article. This blog’s search feature will search all names that I have ever posted here. See more information at end and for names highlighted in red.
Name, issue date, page number, place of death, cemetery (if listed).
SULLIVAN, MARGARET H. MISS 25 SEP 1907 1 EUGENE OR CATHOLIC EUGENE
KELLY, AARON 25 SEP 1907 6 COTTAGE GROVE OR
HANDY, LYDIA MISS 25 SEP 1907 8 EUGENE OR IOOF
MCCUBBINS, WANDA 4YR 26 SEP 1907 3 EUGENE OR MT VERNON
SULLIVAN, MARGARET 27 SEP 1907 5 EUGENE OR CATHOLIC EUGENE
JONES, WARREN 28 SEP 1907 4 COBURG OR IOOF
ANDERSON, MATT H. MRS. 1 OCT 1907 5 EUGENE OR IOOF
DAVIS, WILLARD 1 OCT 1907 5 EUGENE OR MASONIC
MCDONALD, ELIZABETH MRS. 1 OCT 1907 5 COBURG OR
CURRIN, JOHN WESLEY 3 OCT 1907 4 COTTAGE GROVE OR
CLAXTON, GEORGE W 5 OCT 1907 4 PORTLAND OR
SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY D. 6 OCT 1907 8 EUGENE OR
MORRIS, J.S. 6 OCT 1907 8 SCIO OR
Persons of note: Aaron Kelly committed sucide by drinking stychnine, “ill health cause of rash act”. Willard Davis dies of congestion of the brain. John Wesley Currin pioneer of 1867, crossed plains to Oregon with his brother. George W. Claxton, cuts his own throat with razor, hung himself on clothes line. His wife and daughter were suffering from typhoid fever, worked for the Journal (Portland). Timothy Sullivan father of Margaret Sullivan who died several days earlier. J.S. Morris, Master of local Mason Lodge.
Items of note: Eugene Tolleys set to roll, Sep. 25, 1907, pg. 1. Big Gala for Eugene Tolleys – thousands attend, Sep. 27, 1907, pg 8. Medford Comice pears sell for a record $ 8.00 per box in New York City. Train car of pears sells for $ 4622.00. Pears from C.W. Lewis’ Bear Creek orchard, Oct. 3, 1907, pg. 5. Hops sell for 9 cents per bale Oct 5, 1907, pg. 5. Thurston dryer reports 56 tons of prunes processed, Oct. 5, 1907, pg. 6.