Eugene Morning Register – Death Notices/Obituaries

Below are some names I have previously indexed, but not published. 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.   This blog now has indexed over 1,198 deaths.  See more information at end and for names highlighted in red. 

Name, issue date, page number, place of death, cemetery (if listed).

HARBERT, ROY 25 DEC 1907 5 SPRINGFIELD OR COBURG
STINGLEY, TOM 25 DEC 1907 5 SHERIDAN MO
HARRIS, T.B., MRS. 25 DEC 1907 5 EUGENE OR LAUREL GROVE
HURLBURT, ED H. 25 DEC 1907 8 CLINE FALLS OR TO SHANIKO
THOMAS, CHARLES 27 DEC 1907 5 EUGENE OR MASONIC
LESTER, JAMES FRANKLIN 27 DEC 1907 5 EUGENE OR
HOBSON, EDWIN 27 DEC 1907 6 WISCONSIN LAKESIDE
HEMENWAY, KATHERINE 28 DEC 1907 8 COTTAGE GROVE OR
LESTER, JAMES 29 DEC 1907 3 EUGENE OR
HURLBERT, AMOS D 31 DEC 1907 8 JUNCTION CITY OR MASONIC
MCCORMICK, JESSIE MISS 31 DEC 1907 8 EUGENE OR IOOF
MCDONALD, GEORGE MRS. 1 JAN 1908 5 DAYTON OH
HURLBERT, AMOS D 1 JAN 1908 5 JUNCTION CITY OR IOOF
BARKER, C.C. 1 JAN 1908 5 PORTLAND OR
WOOD, RAMSEY MARY MRS. 2 JAN 1908 1 HILLSBORO OR
RICE, CARL 2 JAN 1908 8 EUGENE OR IOOF
WOOD, RAMSEY MARY MRS. 3 JAN 1908 3 OR

People of note: Mrs. T.B. Harris’ maiden name –Whitsell.   Ed Hurlbert, superintendent of Cline Falls Power Co., – murder or suicide?  Found floating face down with bullet wound in the left eye.  James Franklin Lester, Civil War veteran, born in Pulaski Co., Kentucky.  Edwin Hobson, bought and sold timber in Oregon.  Katherine Hemenway, born in Ireland and came to USA with parents at the age of 10 yrs.  Amos Hurlbert was born in Vermont 1827 moved to Junction City to live with his son.  C.C. Barker, “millionaire lumberman, dies en route to the east.”  Mary Ramsey Wood, “oldest woman in USA dies at 120 yrs.”  Carl Rice, superintendent at salmon hatchery on Siuslaw River.  Mary Ramsey Wood was crowned Queen of Oregon at Portland’s Rose Carnival last June.

 

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