Eugene Morning Register – Death Notices/Obituaries

The Eugene Morning Register was published in Eugene, OR for many years before it merged with the Eugene Daily Guard in 1930 – becoming the Eugene Register – Guard, that is still published today.  If you are looking for current obituaries in the Lane County, Oregon area please click this link  Register – Guard .

I previously published an index of deaths recorded in Eugene, OR newspapers up until the beginning of the Oregon Death Index (1903) – an index of death certificates filed with the State of Oregon.  As I did research I found that in the early years many deaths were not recorded with a death certificate.  I hope that this index will help bridge that gap.  To find the death notice or obituary indexed see my research services tab.

These names 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.

Name, Issue date, Place of death & Cemetery if listed.

SMITH, SEWELL 15 OCT 1908 8 PORTLAND OR TO EUGENE OR
LYNCH, FRANK 15 OCT 1908 8 EUGENE OR
SMITH, SEWELL 16 OCT 1908 5 PORTLAND OR TO EUGENE OR
DAVIS, W.L. 16 OCT 1908 5 NASHVILLE OR TO EUGENE OR
DAVIS, W.L. 17 OCT 1908 5 NASHVILLE OR MASONIC
DAY, SIMON 20 OCT 1908 8 SPRINGFIELD OR
GILSON, HARRIET 20 OCT 1908 8 EUGENE OR IOOF
BUTTERWORTH, H.T. 21 OCT 1908 1 PORTLAND OR
WOLF, NATHAN 21 OCT 1908 1 PORTLAND OR
TIMMONS, C.Y. MRS. 22 OCT 1908 1 PORTLAND OR
MCLEAN, WILLIAM D. 22 OCT 1908 8 PORTLAND OR TO EUGENE OR
DAY, SIMON 22 OCT 1908 8 SPRINGFIELD OR
FRANKS, ALEXANDER A. 23 OCT 1908 2 RIDDLE OR MASONIC
TIMMONS, STELLA 23 OCT 1908 5 PORTLAND OR GILLESPIE
MCLEAN, WM D. 23 OCT 1908 5 PORTLAND OR CAMP CREEK
TIMMONS, STELLA 24 OCT 1908 2 PORTLAND OR
DODD, EARL 27 OCT 1908 3 NATRON OR
SMUTZ, JOHN 27 OCT 1908 5 COTTAGE GROVE OR
SLADDER, S.P. 27 OCT 1908 5 WEBSTER CITY IA AT WEBSTER CITY
DAMEWOOD, HENRY MRS 27 OCT 1908 8 COTTAGE GROVE OR

Items of interest:   H.T. Butterworth a jeweller and prominent businessman was shot dead at his St. Johns home by a “highway” man for a $ 350.00 [approximate value today  $ 8800.00] ring.  Nathan Wolf’s murderer gets 15 years in prison.  Mrs. C.Y. (Stella) Timmon’s throat slashed by her husband.  He later slashed his own throat but did survive.  Stella Bogart Timmons was from Eugene and was buried next to her parents.  Alexander Franks was shot three times by his hunting partner who thought he was a bear.  Alexander worked for Southern Pacific Railroad as a brakeman.

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About gtoftdahl

Researching in Oregon Newspapers
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