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Hapner, George Tuesday, July 25, 1967 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAPNER - George James Hapner of 2569 East 17th, passed away July 24, 1967.  He was born July 26, 1899 at Bozeman, Montana.  He had been a member of the Baptist Church.  Brother of Charles of Albany, Clifford of Eugene, Mrs. Ralph (Agnes) Pope of Eugene, Mrs. Lester (Esther) Gates of Cottage Grove, Mrs. John (Dorothy) Lay of Eugene, Mrs. Floyd (Edna) Buoy of Elmira; several nieces, nephews, and other near relatives.  Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 27th at 10 a.m. in the ENGLAND FUNERAL HOME, Pearl at 18th.  Reverend Max Morgan officiating with interment in the Gates Cemetery.
Hapner, Thomas Thursday, March 22, 1956 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAPNER - Thomas Winton HAPNER of 325 East 32nd passed away on Tuesday, March 20, 1956 at the age of 42.  He was born April 8, 1913 in Bozeman, Montana.  He was a member of the First Church Evangelical-United Brethren.  He came to Eugene [Oregon] in 1921.  He is survived by 2 daughters:  Joyce Marie and Lennie Lee; 3 brothers: George and Clifford of Eugene [OR] and Charles of Albany [OR]; 4 sisters: Mrs. John Lay, Mrs. Ralph Pope, Mrs. Floyd Buoy, all of Eugene; Mrs. Lester Gates of Cottage Grove [OR]; several nieces and nephews and other near relatives.  Funeral services will be held Friday, March 23, 1956 at 10:30 a.m. in the England Funeral Home, Rev. Leo M. Thornton officiating, and interment in Gates Cemetery.

Contributed by Darlene Griffith
Harben, E. B.
Saturday, August 9, 1862
The State Republican (Eugene City, OR)
Serious Accident – On the evening of the 2d inst., in Camp Creek Valley, E. B. Harben was accidentally shot by a Mr. Clarke, and died in a few hours after receiving the wound.  Herben, and a man by the name of Richey, were in an oats field watching for deer to come in.  Clarke came up on the outside of the fence, for the same purpose, and seeing Herben indistinctly, and not knowing that any person was in the field, fired at him under the impression that he was a deer.  It is unfortunate that hunters are not more careful.
Harbert, Hazel
Friday, February 1, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held Feb. 5 for Hazel Laverne Harbert of Eugene, who died Jan. 29 of age-related causes. She was 90.

Harbert was born Jan. 5, 1912, in Great Falls, Mont., to Fred and Matilda Hawk. She married Lee Harbert in Reno, Nev., on Nov. 27, 1937. He died Oct. 1, 1985.

She graduated from high school in Great Falls and completed nurses' training at Fairmount Hospital in Oakland, Calif. She lived in Eugene from 1946 to 1967 and again from 1994 to 2002 and in Roseburg from 1967 to 1994.

Harbert worked as a registered nurse in Oakland and in Eugene. She helped deliver Oregonian newspapers with her husband. She enjoyed her family, friends, playing cards, traveling, reading and homemaking.

Survivors include a daughter, Helen Davis of Eugene; a son James of Eugene; a sister, Alice Katzenberger of Fort Benton, Mont.; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Tuesday's service will be held at 1 p.m. at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Inurnment will be at Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene.

Memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Hospice or to Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Harbert, Josiah
September 9, 1906 The Arizona Republican(Phoenix, AZ)
Word has been received here from J.T. Harbert of the death of his father, Josiah Harbert, which occurred August 27th, of heart failure, caused by old age after a very short illness of one week at his home near Eugene Oregon. He was buried in the Coburg cemetery on the afternoon of the 29th, the pastor of the Coburg M.E. church officiating.

Josiah Harbert was born in Ohio, April 7th, 1828. In 1852 he removed to Putnam county, Missouri and engaged in farming there until 1859 and in that year started for Colorado, crossing the plains with an ox team. He lived near Denver for a few years and then continued on further west eventually arriving in Montana, where he remained until his departure for Los Angeles, Cal., in 1876. He stayed in Los Angeles but a short time and then came on to the Salt River valley. He was married while living in Ohio to Martha K. Gowel and of the union there were four children who lived to maturity. All of them made Phoenix their home for many years. His wife died in this place a number of years ago.

The deceased was prominently identified with the early life of Phoenix and to him belongs the distinction of having set out the first orange trees in the valley while serving as a director of the Arizona Improvement company in 1880. The trees were planted near the Arizona Falls and as subsequent events have proved, were a successful venture. He planted sixteen acres in trees the first year, securing the young trees from California. Another enterprise which he started here and which since has assumed large proportions and ------ to grow still larger and more important -s the raising of ostriches. He brought to the valley the first pair and purchased them, like the orange trees in southern California. At the time Grand avenue was built, he platted and named the present town of Alhambra. In 1900 he erected the El Dorado hotel on north Second avenue. He was formerly a member of the Knights of Pythias and while here was an active member of the Methodist Episcopal church, being a trustee and a member of the building committee.

Contributed by Shauna Williams
Harbick, Timothy
Tuesday, May 7, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
MCKENZIE BRIDGE - The memorial service will be May 9 for Timothy Bruce Harbick of McKenzie Bridge, who died May 3 at the age of 45. The family chose not to list the cause of death.

Harbick was born April 7, 1957, in Eugene to James L. and Patricia Smith Harbick. He grew up in McKenzie Bridge and returned there two years ago. He graduated from Eagle Point High School in 1975 and served in the U.S. Army in Germany. He enjoyed volunteer work.

Survivors include his father and stepmother, Mildred Harbick, of Silver Lake; his mother, Patricia Buck of Sequim, Wash.; two brothers, Thomas of Kenai, Alaska, and James of McKenzie Bridge; a sister, Cynthia Wilson of McKenzie Bridge; two half-sisters, June Lee and Laurie Buck, both of Olympia, Wash.; and his grandmothers, Grace Downey of Vida and Leona "B.Z." Wycoff of Olympia.

Thursday's service will be at 2 p.m. at the Upper McKenzie Community Center. Buell Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Hardcastle, John
Saturday, November 17, 2007
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Nov. 24 at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene for John E. Hardcastle of Eugene. He died Nov. 11 of age-related causes at age 79.

He was born Aug. 9, 1928, in Sacramento to Walter and Ruth Merkeley Hardcastle. He married Geneva Surcamp on Nov. 14, 1947, in Eugene.

Hardcastle worked for Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co. for 37 years. He was educated through the eighth grade.

Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Linda Bowen of Renton, Wash., Dawn L. Bowman of Eugene and Janice Northrup of Usk, Wash.; a brother, two sisters, seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A grandson, Michael Mayer and a granddaughter, Dawn M. Bowman, died previously.

Inurnment will be private. Remembrances to Heartline in care of Sacred Heart Medical Foundation in Eugene.
Harden, Anna
Tuesday, January 3, 1911
The Eugene Daily Guard (Eugene, OR)
Died

At Pleasant Hill, January 2, 1911, after a long illness, Mrs. Anna A. Harden, wife of D. L. Harden, formerly of Eugene.

She was 32 years of age, and leaves besides her husband, a little daughter and baby son; her father, C. H. Porter, of Wabash, Indiana, and a sister, Mrs. Lizzie E. Eazs, of Spicer, Indiana.  The funeral will be held at Pleasant Hill, Thursday morning at 11 o’clock.


At his farm near Marcola December 31, 1910, W. D. Hielman, aged 23 years.  Death resulted from diphtheria.  He leaves a wife and two children.
Harden, Anna Thursday, January 5, 1911
The Eugene Daily Guard (Eugene, OR)
The funeral of Mrs. D. L. Harden was held at Pleasant Hill this forenoon and the remains interred in the cemetery at that place.
Harden, Anna Friday, January 6, 1911
The Eugene Daily Guard (Eugene, OR)
Obituary

At eleven a.m. Thursday, Jan. 5th, the funeral services of Mrs. D. L. Harden were held at the Pleasant Hill Christian church, and the body laid to rest in the Pleasant Hill cemetery.

Besides the faithful husband and two little children, she leaves a fathers and a sister, both in Indiana; and also many friends.  Mrs. Harden was graduated from the Eugene Bible University in May, 1908.  While pursuing her course she was noted as a most brilliant student, as well as a Christian in every line of church work.  “This woman was full of good works and also deeds which she did.”  She was one whose faith and work were in mutual co-operation, and that in the highest degree.  “Blessed at the dead who die in the Lord from henceforth: yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors; for their works follow after them.”

W. A. Gressman
Hardie, Caroline Thursday, January 20, 1916
The Lane County News (Springfield, OR)
Mrs. W. R. Hardie Dead

Died – At her home in Pruneville, at 11 a.m., Thursday, January 20, 1916, Mrs. W. R. Hardie, wife of W. R. Hardie.  Pleursey was the cause of death.  Besides the husband she leaves two sons, Waldo Hardie and Frank Hardie, and other relatives in the east.
Hardie, Caroline Monday, January 24, 1916
The Lane County News (Springfield, OR)
Funeral services for the late Mrs. W. R. Hardie, who died at her home in Pruneville last Thursday, will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., at the Methodist church.
Hardie, Caroline
Thursday, January 27, 1916
The Lane County News (Springfield, OR)
Mrs. Caroline A. Wharton Hardie was born in Delaware county, Indiana, Oct. 8, 1853, and died in Springfield, Oregon, Jan. 20, 1916, aged 62 years, 3 months and 12 days.

When two years old her parents moved to Iowa.  In 1853 the family moved to Hand County, South Dakota.  Here she met and was united in marriage to Wm. R. Hardie, Feb. 25, 1892.

To them three sons were born Waldo, Homer and Frank.  On July 21, 1911, at the age of 16, Homer left the home on earth for that above.

Beside her husband and two children she leaves one brother, A. A. Wharton, of Miller, South Dakota, to mourn their loss.

Mrs. Hardie was converted and joined the M. E. church in Iowa when a girl of thirteen, and has lived a beautiful consistent Christian life through all these years.
Hardin, Joseph Tuesday, January 8, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
MONROE - The funeral will be Jan. 9 for Joseph Ellsworth "Joe" Hardin of Monroe, who died Jan. 4 of age-related causes. He was 86.

Hardin was born June 24, 1915, in Indianapolis to Harrison and Ammie Hardin Grubb. At age 16, Hardin traveled by freight train to Southern Oregon to hunt, fish, trap and pan for gold on the Sixes River. He married Agness Alexander in Terrebonne on Oct. 6, 1940.

He served in the Army during World War II. Hardin and his family moved to Monroe in 1943. He worked as a carpenter and was a member of the carpenters' union for 50 years. Hardin was a honey beekeeper and planted a wide variety of trees in the Monroe community. He served on the Monroe City Council for 18 years.

After his retirement Hardin spent several years living on the coast, where he enjoyed salmon fishing. In later years, he enjoyed giving candy to the children he met on his daily walks. He will be remembered as a local storyteller.

Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Sharon Ballard of Bellfountain and Nila Malcom of Portland; a son, Joseph of Monroe; a brother, William of Portland; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. today, Jan. 8, at McHenry Funeral Home in Corvallis. Wednesday's service will be at 1 p.m. at Bellfountain Community Church. Burial will follow at Bellfountain Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Bellfountain Cornerstone Christian School or to the Monroe Fire Department in care of the funeral home.
Hardin, Marion
Saturday, February 16, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held Feb. 23 for Marion Elaine Hardin of Eugene, who died Feb. 13 of cancer. She was 62.

Hardin was born May 18, 1939, in Aberdeen, S.D., to Martin and Emma Hall Hausvik.

She married Gary Hardin on Sept. 9, 1961.

She lived in Turton, S.D., until 1957, when she moved to Aberdeen. She moved to Eugene in 1973.

She attended beauty school and worked as a receptionist at A-Art College of Beauty.

She enjoyed knitting, photography and spending time with her grandchildren.

Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Lori Reynolds of Eugene and Julie McConnell of Eagle, Idaho; a son, Damon of Eugene; three brothers, Rodney Hausvik of Turton, Marvin Hausvik of Redfield, S.D., and James Hausvik of New Brighton, Minn.; two sisters, Avis Hansen of Mesa, Ariz., and Clarice Seaman of Rapid City, S.D.; and five grandchildren.

The Feb. 23 service will be at 11 a.m. at First Baptist Church in Eugene. Inurnment will be at Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene. Rest-Haven Memorial Park and Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Willamette Valley Cancer Center or Hospice of Sacred Heart.
Harding, Benjamin
Friday, June 23, 1899
Bohemia Nugget (Cottage Grove, OR)
Died

At his farm residence near this city last Friday, June 16, 1899, Benjamin F. Harding, aged 67 years.  The funeral service was held at the Cumberland Presbyterian church in this city Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, Rev. Wallace officiating.  A large number of friends and acquaintances was present among them being many silvered heads, who represented the pioneer settlers of this section.  He was laid to rest in the Masonic cemetery west of this city.

Deceased was well known throughout Oregon, having figured conspicuously to his credit and the honor of Oregon in framing the laws and the early legislative work of the state.  He was born in Pennsylvania in 1832.  He came to Oregon in 1849, and settled in Marion county, where he was active and conspicuous in public affairs and influential in the councils of the democratic party during his entire residence there, for a quarter of a century or more.  He is a lawyer by profession, but devoted most of his time to politics and farming, and in his time was regarded as one of the shrewdest politicians in Oregon.  He was United States attorney before the organization of the state government, was three time a member of the territorial legislature.  In 1862 the legislative assembly elected him to fill the unexpired term of Edward D. Baker, in the United States senate.  Baker having been killed at the head of his regiment in the battle at Ball’s Bluff.  Senator Harding served out the term and was succeeded, March 4, 1865, by George H. Williams.

At the beginning of the war of the rebellion James W. Nesmith, Asabel Bush and Benjamin F. Harding were the ruling spirits of the union or Douglas democracy of Oregon, while General Joseph Lane, Delazon Smith and one of two others were the leaders of the Breckinson or pro-slavery democrats who sympathized with the secessionists of the South.  They were bitterly hostile to each other.  Nesmith was elected to a full term of six years and Baker to a term of four years in the United States senate by a combination between the Douglas democrats and republicans, and Harding was elected in the same way to fill out Baker’s term.  Soon after the close of his term in the senate, Mr. Harding retired to a farm in Marion county, and a few years later moved to farm near Cottage Grove.
Harding, Richard
Monday, January 20, 1958
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARDING - Richard L. Harding of Carpinteria, California, passed away Saturday, January 18, 1958.  He was born January 14, 1898 in Ritzville, Washington.  He was a member of the Christian Church.  He married Bernice Head in 1922 at Portland, Oregon.  She survives him, also two daughters, Mrs. Jeanne Harrington of Sacramento, California, and Mrs. Carolyn Klebaum of Austin, Texas; five grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Myrtle MacRae of Eugene; two brothers, Clifford of Garfield, Washington, and James of Portland, Oregon.  Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, January 22, 1958 at 1:30 p.m. in the England Funeral Home, Pearl at 18th.  Dr. Carroll C. Roberts officiating with interment in Rest Haven Memorial Park.  If desired contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund.

Contributed by Cindy Watson
Hardison, A.
Saturday, January 20, 1883
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Junction City News
Jan. 15, 1883

The death of Rev. A. Hardison has cast a gloom over our little village.  He was cut down suddenly, and thus a good man has passed away, and his place cannot be easily filled.  He was buried to-day with Masonic ceremonies at Tangent.  He was a member of the Good Templars, who escorted his remains to the depot.
Hardisty, Ermold
Saturday, May 20, 2000 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Junction City - The funeral will be held May 22 for E. B. "Buck" Hardisty of Junction City, who died May 17 of age-related causes. He was 94.

He was born Dec. 21, 1905, in Wendling, OR., to Russell and Minerva Bias Hardisty. He lived in Junction City for 65 years. He and his wife, Rose Anna, were married in Cottage Grove on Jan. 2, 1932. She died July 25, 1992. Hardesty worked as a logger and a farmer, and was employed at Valley Plywood. His interests included fishing, hunting, and crabbing. He was a 50-year member of the Eugene Eagles.

Survivors include several nieces and nephews.

Monday's service will be held at 11 a.m. at Murphy-Musgrove Funeral Home in Junction City. Burial will be at Rest Lawn Memorial Park in Junction City.
Harer, Wyman Monday, March 13, 1950 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARER – Wyman George Harer, Jr.  Graveside services were held at Westlawn Cemetery Monday, March 13, 1950 at 2:00 p.m. under the direction of Bartholomew-Buell Chapel.
Harer, Wyman Friday, January 19, 1979 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARER - Wyman Harer, 56, of Oakridge died January 18, 1979, at a Eugene hospital.  Arrangements pending at the OAKRIDGE FUNERAL HOME.
Harer, Wyman Sunday, January 21, 1979 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARER - Wyman George Harer, 56, of 76590 West 2nd Street, Oakridge, died January 18, 1979, at a Eugene hospital following a lengthy illness. George was born August 20, 1922, to George L. and Clara Settle Harer at Long Creek, Oregon. He grew up and received his education in Long Creek. Following graduation George worked as a welder in Portland until entering the U.S. Navy, where he served in the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign a a metalsmith. After World War II, George moved to Oakridge where he worked for the Edward Hines Lumber Company at Westfir for 31 years and Pope and Talbot in 1977 as a timber faller and bucker. On August 15, 1949, George and Lilly Mae Bruner were united in marriage at Redding, California. As a family project they decided to build their own home which this past year was finally completed. He enjoyed family life and to be able to hunt and fish. George is survived by his loving wife, Lilly Mae Harer of Oakridge; two daughters: Joy Thew of Portland, and Linda Joers of Junction City; his sons CPO Frank Harer, U.S. Navy, Charleston, South Carolina, and Gary Harer of Oakridge. Beloved brother of Frank Harer of Dale, Oregon, Gladys Eyre of Portland, Alice Cork of Kennewick, Washington, Wanda Dekker of Yakima, Washington, June McMahon of Portland, and Claris Eyre of Oakridge; 6 grandsons, 1 granddaughter, numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, a sister and his infant son, Wyman Lee Harer, in 1950. Friends are invited to attend a guest luncheon at the Harer home at noon prior to the service. Funeral services will be held at the Oakridge Funeral Home on Monday, January 22, at 1 p.m. with the Reverend Daniel Shankle of the Church of God officiating. Interment West Lawn Memorial Park, Eugene. Memorials to the Cancer Fund are preferred.
Harkin, Maurice
Saturday, August 9, 1879
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Funeral – Last Thursday says the Salem Statesman as Mr. Maurice Harkin, living near Junction City, was hauling a load of lumber to his dwelling his team became frightened and ran away.  Mr. Hawkin was thrown from the wagon and received injuries from which he died last Tuesday.  The remains were brought to this city and the funeral took place Wednesday afternoon from the Catholic church.  The deceased was a man highly thought of by all who knew him and his sudden death will cast a gloom over the large circle of friends and acquaintances.
Harkins, Daughter
Saturday, July 22, 1876
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene City, OR)
Drowned – A daughter, about two years of age, of Daniel Harkins, Jr., was drowned at the “high banks” of the McKenzie, about three miles from Springfield, on Monday last.  In company with other girls she was on her way home from school and fell off the bank into the stream. Several men who were a few hundred yards away were called, but unfortunately none of them could swim.  One, however, went in and attempted to rescue the drowning girl, and was himself saved with great difficulty.  The body of the girl was recovered after having been in the water about half an hour.
Harkness, Jennie
Monday, January 13, 1902
Daily Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR)
A Sudden Death

Mrs. Charles Harkness Died at Springfield Saturday Evening

Mrs. Charles Harkness, of Walla Walla, who with her husband, had been visiting Mr. Harkness' mother, Mrs. T. O. Maxwell, at Springfield, died suddenly Saturday evening about 8 o'clock from heart trouble.

Mr. and Mrs. Harkness' children had been ill from scarlet fever, and Mrs. Harkness contracted a cold while taking care of them, bringing on pneumonia.  She was recovering nicely, however, when Saturday evening she was attacked by heart trouble and soon expired.

Mrs. Harkness was aged 26 years.  The remains were taken charge of by Undertaker Gordon and shipped from Eugene yesterday afternoon to Walla Walla for burial.
Harlow, Clifton Thursday, January 25, 1934 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Clifton Frank Harlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Harlow, died at the Emmanuel hospital in Portland on Wednesday evening.

Mr. Harlow was born and spent most of his life in the Willakenzie community near Eugene. He was in business in Portland at the time of his death. In 1924 he was married to Miss Florence Rydeman of Portland. She, with his daughter, Shirley Jean, his parents, and numerous friends and relatives survive him

Funeral services are to be held at the Veatch chapel on Saturday at 2 o'clock. Rev. H.W. Davis officiating. Interment will be in the Gillespie cemetery.
Harlow, Frank Wednesday, August 29, 1956 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
F.B. HARLOW, LANE NATIVE, DEAD AT 79

Frank B. Harlow, 3690 County Farm Rd., the son of a pioneer family and a native of the Eugene area, died Wednesday at the age of 79.

He was born Oct. 19, 1876, on his family's farm where he lived all his life. Mr. Harlow was an active member of the First Baptist Church, and donated a large farm and recreation area on his property to the church. It bears his name, Harlow Lodge.

SURVIVORS

Among his survivors are his widow, L. Gertrude Stevens, whom he married Oct. 4, 1899 in Eugene; one grandchild, Shirley Jean Harlow of Portland; a daughter-in-law, Florence B. Harlow of Portland; several nieces and one nephew. A son Clifton died in 1934.

Mr. Harlow was a member of the First Baptist Church here for 62 years and was a life-Deacon; a charter member of the Willakenzie Grange of which he was a Past master; and also a member of the Pomona Grange of which he was a Pastmaster and a deputy for more than 20 years.

His activities includes having been president of the Northwest Nut Growers Assn. for two years; a member of the board of that association; one of the first member of the Eugene Fruit Growers Assn. and president of EFGA since 1944.

SERVICES FRIDAY

He was a member of the board of the First Federal Savings and Loan Assn.; president of the Eugene Oil Co-op, member of the board of directors of the J. Henry Helser Co., and trustee of Western Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary.

Frank B. Harlow was the son of Anderson J. Harlow, who crossed the plains in 1851. In 1865 the senior Harlow bought the Willakenzie district farm where Frank Harlow was born and lived all his life. He attended the University of Oregon.

Funeral services will be Friday, Aug. 31, at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Vance H. Webster officiating with interment in Gillespie Cemetery.
Harlow, Frank Wednesday, August 29, 1956 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARLOW - Frank B. Harlow of 3690 County Farm Road passes away Wednesday, August 29, 1956 at the age of 79. He was born October 19, 1876 on a farm near Eugene, where he had lived all his life. He married L. Gertrude Stevens October 4, 1899 in Eugene. Mr. Harlow was a member of the First Baptist Church for 62 years of which he was a life-Deacon; a charter member of the Willakenzie Grange of which he was the past master, and also a Deputy for over 20 years; he was President of the Northwest Nut Growers Association for 2 years of which he was still a member of the board; he was one of the first members of the board for the Eugene Fruit Growers Association and president since 1944; member of the board the 1st Federal Savings and Loan Bank; president of the 1st Eugene Oil Co-op; member of the board of directors of the Henry J. Helser Inc., a trustee of the Western Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary. Mr. Harlow is survived by his wife; 1 granddaughter, Shirley Jean Harlow of Portland; 1 daughter-in-law, Florence B. Harlow of Portland; several nieces and 1 nephew. Preceded in death by a son, Clifton in 1934. Funeral services will be held Friday, August 31, 1956 at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. Dr. Vance H. Webster officiating with interment in Gillespie Cemetery. England Funeral Home in charge.
Harlow, Gertrude Thursday, December 8, 1960 The Register-Guard (Eugene)
Mrs. Harlow Dies at Home At Age 83

Mrs. Frank B. (Gertrude) Harlow, 83, of 3640 County Farm Rd., died Wednesday morning.

Mrs. Harlow was born March 13, 1877, in Minneapolis, Minn. and came to Eugene at the age of 12. She was married to Frank B. Harlow Oct. 4, 1899, in Eugene.

Mr. Harlow, who died Aug. 29, 1956, was the son of Anderson J. Harlow, who crossed the plains in 1851, and bought a farm in the Willakenzie area in 1865. Mr. Harlow also became a farmer, and was active in the Grange and the Eugene Fruit Growers Assn.

Mrs. Harlow was a member of the First Baptist Church in Eugene and president of the Willakenzie Thimble Club. She was also active in Red Cross work.

She is survived by a granddaughter, Shirley Jean Harlow, a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Florence B. Harlow, both of Portland, and a number of nieces and nephews.

Services are scheduled for Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the England Funeral Home, Eugene. The Rev. Vance Webster of the First Baptist Church will conduct the service. Interment will be in the Gillespie Cemetery.
Harlow, Johanna
Saturday, December 28, 1895
The Oregonian (Portland, OR)
Johanna Harlow, aged about 87 years, died of old age at the home of her brother, M. H. Harlow, about two  miles east of Eugene, December 25, 1895.  Deceased was an invalid for years.  She was a native of Kentucky, and came to this state from Missouri in 1873.  She had never been married, and had made her home with her brother since coming to Oregon.
Harmon, Berniece Tuesday, February 7, 1950 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARMON – Berniece Marie Harmon died at a local hospital on February 6.  Her infant son, Ralph Joseph preceded her in death on Feb. 4.  Berniece Harmon was born at Weir, Kansas April 21, 1912.  She married Francis T. Harmon at Eureka, Kansas, Oct. 23, 1935.  Had been a resident of Blue River for the last year.  Besides her husband she is survived by a son, Francis B. of Blue River; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace of Weir, Kansas; three brothers, Fletcher and John of California, Ralph of Kansas; four sisters Ellen Moore, Audrey Hepper and Minnie McGee all of Missouri and Donna Brown of California.  The remains will be sent to Weir, Kansas, via United Air Lines where funeral services will take place.  Poole-Larsen in charge.
Harms, Richard
Thursday, April 18, 2002
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - Private services were held for Richard Ernest "Dick" Harms of Springfield, who died April 10 of complications from lung cancer. He was 69.

Harms was born June 26, 1932, in Crab Orchard, Neb., to Ernest and Goldie Diggs Harms. He married Marcella McDonald in Bellingham, Wash., on July 6, 1963.

He served in the Army. Harms moved to the area in 1962 and worked as a heavy-equipment operator on the Blue River and Cougar dams. He worked on the Alaska pipeline until his retirement in 1976.

Harms was a member of the Teamsters Union, the Eugene Eagles and the Springfield Elks Lodge. He was an avid reader and enjoyed playing pool and golfing. Harms especially enjoyed spending time with his family.

Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Sheila Payne of Springfield; a son, Rick of Bellingham; and three grandchildren.

Buell Chapel in Springfield is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Harnly, Sheila Saturday, November 24, 2001 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A private celebration of life will be held for Sheila June Harnly of Eugene, who died Nov. 21 of cancer. She was 71.

Harnly was born Aug. 19, 1930, in Ironton, Ohio, to Henry and Verna Fields Hailey. She graduated from college with a degree in psychology. She married Richard Harnly in Ironton on Dec. 26, 1955. He died June 21, 2000.

Harnly worked as a correspondence secretary. She moved to Eugene a year ago.

Her interests included jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles and fishing. She also enjoyed family activities and spending time with her cat, Whisker. Her family remembers her as an incredible mother.

Survivors include a son, Mark of Bayfield, Colo.; a daughter, Sue Harnly of Eugene; a brother, Richard Hailey of South Point, Ohio; and two grandchildren.

Andreason's Cremation & Burial Service in Eugene is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions can be made to Hospice of Sacred Heart or to Drinking Gourd Elementary School.
Harper, Helen
Sunday, December 8, 2002
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARPER - Helen G. Harper, 79, of Creswell, died Dec. 6. The graveside service will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Creswell Pioneer Cemetery. England's Creswell Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements.
Harper, Helen
Tuesday, December 10, 2002
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
CRESWELL - The graveside service will be Dec. 12 for Helen G. Harper of Creswell, who died Dec. 6 of cancer. She was 79.

She was born March 27, 1923, in Portland to Elmer and Ruth McCrady Farris. She married Roy Graham in Chico, Calif., in 1941. He died in January 1960. She married Robert Harper in Mount Vernon, Wash., in September 1970. He died in January 1978.

Harper moved to Creswell from Chico in 1957. She worked at Sacred Heart General Hospital in Eugene until her retirement. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, genealogy, her pets and spending time with her family. She was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church of Cottage Grove.

Survivors include two sons, Burrell "Bud" Graham of La Pine and Arnie Graham of Creswell; a daughter, Beverly Kerr of Creswell; five grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren.

Thursday's service will be at 1 p.m. at Creswell Pioneer Cemetery. England's Creswell Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Ruby Parmenter Care Home, 660 West A St., Creswell, OR 97426.
Harper, Robert
Tuesday, January 24, 1978
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARPER – Robert William Harper of 400 Pacific Highway 99 North, Creswell passed away January 23, 1978.  Complete obituary and arrangements announced later by SCHWERING & ENGLAND CHAPEL, Creswell.
Harper, Robert
Wednesday, January 25, 1978
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARPER – Robert William Harper of 400 Pacific Highway 99 North, Creswell passed away January 23, 1978.    He was born April 28, 1914 in Michigan.  He married Helen Graham September 5, 1970 at Mr. Vernon, Washington, she survives.  Father of Beverly, Michael, Ronald Harper, Mike Harper, Sharon Davis, all of Creswell; William Harper of Tacoma, Washington; preceded by Bobby Brown; 3 step-children: Burrell and Arnie Graham and Beverly Kerr; 18 grandchildren; 2 step grandchildren; one great grandchild.  Brother of Evelyn Draper and 2 step-sisters, all living in Michigan; several nieces and nephews.  Services will be held Thursday, January 28th at 10 .m. in the SCHWERING & ENGLAND CHAPEL, Creswell.  Pastor Norman Few officiating with interment Creswell Cemetery.
Harper, Venetta
Thursday, July 10, 1970
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARPER – Vernetta Harper of 521 Oregon Street, Creswell passed away July 8, 1970.  She was born November 30, 1916, at Atlanta, Michigan.  Married to Robert Harper September 19, 1936, at Jackson, Michigan, he survives here.  Mother of Beverly Burk, Ronald and Sharon Davis of Creswell, William of Tacoma and Michael of Colorado Springs, Colorado; 13 grandchildren; sister of Douglas Kincaid, Casper, Wyoming.  Funeral services will be held Saturday, July 11, at 10:30 a.m. in the SCHWERING & ENLAND CHAPEL, Creswell.  Reverend Norman Few officiating with interment in the Creswell Cemetery.
Harper, Vernon Wednesday, October 11, 1978 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARPER - Vernon K. Harper of 87860 Territorial Road, Veneta, passed away October 10, 1978 at the age of 70. He was born March 9, 1908 in Paisley, Oregon. He married his wife, Reva, in Eugene in 1928. Besides his wife he is survived by 4 children: Audrey Putman, Eugene, Joyce Tracy, Noti, Keith Harper, Manchester, New Hampshire and Terry Harper, Junction City; a sister, Gertrude Campbell, Eugene; a brother, Merle Harper, Westfir; 10 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. He was a long time resident of this area having worked in the lumber industry until his retirement. Funeral services will be held in the Poole-Larsen Chapel, Thursday, October 12 at 2 p.m., Reverend John Qualley, of The Trinity United Methodist Church officiating. Private family committal services will follow at Lane Memorial Gardens. For those who wish contributions may be made to the Diabetic Foundation in care of Poole-Larsen Chapel.
Harpman, Josephine
Tuesday, May 9, 2000
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Services have been held for Josephine Evans Harpman of Santa Barbara, CA., who died April 22 of age-related causes. The former Eugene resident was 97. She was born May 2, 1902, in London, England. She and her husband, Everett Harpman, were married 52 years. He died in 1977. She moved from London to Portland with her family when she was five years old. She attended the UofO, working her way through school at the UO library. She received her bachelor's degree in English literature in 1923. She moved to Santa Barbara in 1972.

She was involved in the UO's Foreign Student Friendship Foundation and served on the UO's library's board of directors. She also served on the board of the Junior Symphony and was active in the American Red Cross.

During World War II, she was president of Bundles for Britain in the Eugene area. The author of "Doorways into History," a book on the historic houses of Lane Co. She also wrote numerous newspaper and magazine articles on a varity of topics. In Santa Barbara she was a volunteer at the Trust for Historic Preservation and belonged to the Santa Barbara Historical Society and the Museum of Art.

Survivors include a daughter, Emmy Lou Keller of Santa Barbara.

Burial was at Roseburg Memorial Gardens in Roseburg. Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Home in Santa Barbara was in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Knight Library, 1299 University of OR, Eugene, OR 97403-1299.
Harpole, Cynthia
January, 1904
Junction City Times (Junction City, OR)
Cynthia A. Harpole relict of the late James W. Harpole, after a lingering disability of more then two months caused by the breaking or fracturing of her hips, died at the old home Sunday, January 3, 1904, at the advanced age of 87 years and 19 days.

Cynthia A. Zumwalt was born in St. Charles county Missouri, December 14, 1816. She joined the M.E. Church at the age of 11 years and lived a consistent Christian life, and having constantly taken the Pacific Christian Advocate since early pioneer days. In 1840 she married at the age of 24, William Lingo and of this union three children were born. Wesley, Marion and a little girl who died in infancy. In 1847 she moved to Illinois with here little family and in 1853 was married to James W. Harpole, who having crossed the plains in 1847 lost his wife and in 1853 went back to Missouri, bracing again the hardships and danger of the plains on purpose to marry Mrs. Lingo.

Contributed by Karen Windheim
Harpole, Ethel Sunday, November 4, 2001 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held Nov. 10 for Ethel Harpole of Tucson, Ariz., who died Oct. 18 of congestive heart failure.  The former Junction City resident was 81.

Harpole was born Oct. 21, 1919 in Antioch, Neb., to James and Lulu Bales Koroush.  She married Alonzo Harpole in 1968.  He died May 26, 1992.

She lived in Monroe as a child and moved to Junction City in 1968.  She moved to Tucson in 2000.  She attended Bellfountain Grade School and Monroe High School.

Hapole enjoyed time with family, games and cooking.

Survivors include four sons, Roland Powers of Tucson, Joe Silhilling of Eugene, Dee Goodin of Carlsbad, Calif., and Carl Goodin of Junction City; three daughters, Jeanette Miller of Phoenix, Ariz., Linda Thompson of Tucson and Kathy Morrell of Eugene; a brother, Ivan Koroush of Monroe; two sisters, Marguerite Barker of Monroe and Wilma Schierholtz of Corvallis; 15 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.  A son, William Goodin, died previously.

Saturday's service will be at 10 a.m. at First Christian Church in Junction City.  Private inurnment will be at Alpine Cemetery.  Evergreen Funeral Home in Tucson is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Junction City Fire Department.
Harpole, Ida
Sunday, May 28, 2000
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - The graveside funeral will be held May 30 for Ida Alice Harpole of Springfield, who died May 26 of age-related causes . She was 94.

She was born Dec. 25, 1905, in Chelan, WA., to Milton and Elizabeth Williams Foster.
She married Andrew Harpole on Nov. 24, 1920, in Junction City. He died June 6, 1986.

She came to OR. in a covered wagon in 1910. She had lived in Idaho, Junction City, Noti, Walton, Elmira, Veneta and Springfield. She dedicated herself to raising her family. She also enjoyed gardening and making dolls and quilts for people.

Survivors include 4 sons, Roy of Elmira, Elmer of Steele, N.D., Charles of Saint Maries, Idaho, and Larry of Post Falls, Idaho; two daughters, Marilyn Van Horbeck and Gloria Harpole, both of Springfield; a brother, Fred Foster of Noti; a sister, Mary Evans of Eugene; 30 grandchildren; 75 great-grandchildren; and 33 great-great-grandchildren; and one great-great-great-grandchild. A son, Melvin, and two daughters, Helen Huddleston and Irene Baker died previously.

Visitation will be held Monday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Chapel of Memories Funeral Home in Eugene. Tuesday's service will be at 2 p.m. at Rest Lawn Memorial Park.
Harpole, William Wednesday, June 4, 1952
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARPOLE – William McKinley Harpole, 17340 McKenzie Hwy., Springfield, passed away at his home Tues., June 3, 1952 at the age of 53.  He was born in Monroe, Oregon, Oct. 28, 1894.  He is a retired employee of Booth Kelly Lbr. Co.  He was married to Anna VanProoyen in Ashland, Ore., Aug. 28, 1930.  He had been a resident of Lane County his entire life.  He is survived by his wife, Anna, Springfield; 2 sisters: Mrs. Ethel Sprague, Junction city, Rt. 3, Florence Shinn, san Pedro, Calif.; 3 nephews; 1 niece.  Funeral services will be held at Bartholomew-Buell Chapel, Fri., June 6, at 1:30 p.m.  Rev. Charles Richards officiating with interment in Howe Cemetery, Creswell.
Harriger, Donald
Friday, January 3, 1975
The Springfield News (Springfield, OR)
A funeral service for Donald Kenneth Harriger, 52, of Box 533, Eagle Point, formerly of this area, was held in Buell Chapel Thursday afternoon, Jan. 2. Jean Larson officiated and interment was in the Springfield Memorial Cemetery.

Mr. Harriger, a herd technician in the cattle industry, died Dec. 29 in Eugene. He was born Oct. 20, 1922 in Orland, Calif. His wife, Leona Harriet, preceded him in death Nov. 30, 1972.

Surviving are two sons, Kenneth of Loomis, Calif., and Larry of Crescent Lake, Ore.; a daugher, Mrs. Phillip (Janet Lee) Post of Eagle Point; two granddaughters and one grandson; a brother, George of Marysville, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. M. L. (Vivian) Doge of LaGrande.
Harrington, Charles
Saturday, November 11, 1882
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Died – Mr. Harrington, father of Frank Harrington, died at Farmington, W. T., last week.  He was well known here, and was universally respected for his many good qualities.
Harrington, Della
Thursday,September 12, 1940
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Mrs. Harrington Of Junction Dies Here

JUNCTION CITY, Sept 12
(Special)--Mrs. Della Harrington of this city died Tuesday in Eugene at the age of 73 years.

The funeral services are to be held Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the Miller chapel in Junction City, burial to be in the I.O.O.F. cemetery.

Mrs. Harrington was born in Harrisburg, April 27, 1867 and had lived practically all her life in that section of the Willamette valley. She was married to Elmer J. Harrington at Sacramento, CA, Aug. 27, 1897. Mr. Harrington died in 1917.

Surviving Mrs. Harrington are two daughters, Mrs. Lois Jones and Mrs. Lela Syphers, both of Creswell; one son, Clark Harrington of Blachly; one sister, Mrs. Ella Weaver of Thurston; and several grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

[Note: no Obit was found for Elmer James Harrington, who died May 30 1917, according to the Oregon Death Index; both names are on a shared Headstone in Rest Lawn Memorial Park in Junction City]

Contributed by Robert and Marietta Rankin
Harris, Chantell
Thursday, May 18, 2000
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
COTTAGE GROVE - A memorial service will be held May 20 for Chantell Harris of Cottage grove, who died May 16 at age 15. The family chose not to list the cause of death.

Harris was born Oct. 12, 1984, in Price, Utah, to Clifton and Debbie Harris. She moved to Cottage Grove six years ago and was pursuing independent study through Cottage Grove High School. Her interest included writing poetry, and her family remembers her special way with small children.

Survivors include her parents, Debbie and Bob Swain of Cottage Grove; four brothers, Clifton Harris Jr., Shane Harris, and Ryon Harris, all of Cottage Grove, and Cliff Christensen of Utah; a sister, Tanna Nixon of Utah; and her grandparents, Adrian Van Gorder of Cottage Grove, Amelia Anderson of Emphraim, Utah, and Rachel and Walter Harris of Arvada, CO.

Visitation will be held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. today, and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in Cottage Grove. Saturday's service will be at 10 a.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Chantell Harris Memorial Fund.
Harris, Harvey
Saturday, May 18, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Harvey Bobby "H.B." Harris died May 9 of lung cancer. He was 66.

Harris was born April 7, 1936, in Lynchburg, Va., to Roy and Clara Grasty Harris. He married Jean Wilson in Lynchburg on Sept. 5, 1970.

He graduated from Dunbar High School in Lynchburg in 1954. He joined the Army 101st Airborne in 1954 and was stationed in Germany and Vietnam, where he was injured in 1967. He attended drafting school while recuperating at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. Harris was awarded the Purple Heart and a Gold Star. He was discharged at the rank of staff sergeant in 1970.

He worked at Babcock & Wilcox Nuclear Goods and the Virginia Department of Transportation in Lynchburg. He lived in Boise during the 1970s and 1980s and was a member of the Westside Optimists. He moved to this area in 1997. Harris worked as a field surveyor for the Oregon Department of Forestry before retiring.

His interests included gardening, vintage vehicles and stone masonry.

Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Cynthia Harris of Eugene; a son, Vincent of San Francisco; a brother, Perrie of Concord, Va.; and one grandchild.

No service is planned. Taylor's Family Mortuary in Winston is in charge of arrangements.
Harris, John
Saturday, September 17, 1881
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Deaths

Rev. Mr. Harris, father of Dr. T. W. Harris, died near this city yesterday.  The remains will be taken to Cottage Grove to-day for interment.
Harris, John Thursday, December 13, 2001 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held Dec. 15 for John O. Harris of Eugene, who died Dec. 12 of cancer. He was 80.

Harris was born July 13, 1921, in Watervliet, Mich., to Roy and Gladys Muth Harris. He graduated from Silverton High School in Silverton. He moved to Eugene 62 years ago.

He married Madelyn Holscher in Eugene on Oct. 23, 1941.

During World War II, he served in the Pacific theater in the Seabees.

Harris was co-owner of the OK Body Shop in Springfield.

His interests included woodworking and traveling. He especially enjoyed his five visits to Israel.

Harris was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Eugene and belonged to the Bethel Lions Club.

Survivors include his wife; a son, John of Klamath Falls; three daughters, Janice Jones of Springfield, Kathleen Kirkpatrick of Veneta and Laura Harris of Eugene; a brother, R.L. of Pendleton; two sisters, Beulah Roberts of Prineville and Mary Scanlon of Klamath Falls; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

Burial will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene. Saturday's service will be at 3 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church. Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Grace Lutheran Church or the Bethel Lions Club.
Harris, Lillie Thursday, January 10, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
FLORENCE - A memorial service will be Jan. 12 for Lillie Pauline Harris of Florence, who died Jan. 6 of cancer. She was 77.

Harris was born March 5, 1924, in Alanreed, Texas, to P.V. and Lillie Rhea. She married Marion Harris in Reno, Nev., on Nov. 9, 1946. He died March 18, 1973.

She lived in Mapleton, Grants Pass, Oakridge and Dexter before moving to Florence.

She attended public schools and later studied nursing. During World War II, she worked as a nurse and later as a homemaker.

Her interests included ceramics, quilting, collecting dolls, attending church and spending time with family and friends.

Survivors include six sons, four daughters, a brother, a sister and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Saturday's service will be at 3 p.m. at Florence Evangelical Church. Private inurnment will be at Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Harris, Linda Monday, February  19, 1979 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARRIS - Linda Helen Harris of 567 Coburg Road, Eugene, passed away February 16, 1979 at the age of 27.  Memorial services will be held Wednesday, February 21, at 4 p.m. in POOLE-LARSEN CHAPEL.
Harris, Linda Tuesday, February  20, 1979 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARRIS - Linda Helen Harris of 567 Coburg Road, Eugene, passed away February 16, 1979 at the age of 27.  She was born June 5, 1951 in Eugene and had been a resident of this vicinity for most of her life.  she attended Madison Jr. High, Sheldon High, The University of Oregon, School of Architecture, was a member of the Delta Gamma Sorority, the Methodist church and was employed as a draftsman with Balzhiser and Colvin Company.  She was the daughter of the late Dr. W. E. Harris.  urviving is her mother, Helen N. Harris of Eugene; a brother, Evan Scott Harris of Fairbanks, Alaska, 2 sisters: Janet Swinyard of Norfolk, Virginia and Gail Rauw of Los Angeles.  Memorial services will be held Wednesday, February 21 at 4 p.m. in POOLE-LARSEN CHAPEL with Reverend William Taliaferro officiating.  Cremation was held in Pool-Larsen Crematorium with inurnment in Rest Haven Mausoleum.  In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Heart Fund.
Harris, Mae
Friday, February 22, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - The funeral will be held Feb. 23 for Mae E. Harris of Springfield, who died Feb. 20 of a stroke. She was 86.

Harris was born Aug. 3, 1915, in Land O Lakes, Wis., to Alfred and Anna Artz Heinig. She attended school in Land O Lakes and in Eagle River, Wis.

She married Clyde Harris in Land O Lakes on Oct. 31, 1934. He died Nov. 26, 1995.

Harris, a homemaker, moved to Springfield in 1945 from Watersmeet, Mich.

Her interests included camping, fishing, crossword puzzles, crocheting and cooking.

Survivors include three daughters, Gail Nadeau and Phyllis Keinle, both of Springfield, and Wanda Schendel of Concord, Calif.; sevens sons, Daniel, Kenneth, Chester, Lester, Russel, Edward and Walter, all of Springfield; 22 grandchildren; and 27 great-grandchildren.

Saturday's service will be at 11 a.m. at Springfield Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home. Burial will be private.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of McKenzie-Willamette Hospital.
Harris, Mary
Monday, October 10, 1898
Daily Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR)
Cottage Grove News
Clipped From the Leader of October 6

Died at Royal, Oregon, Sept. 16, ’98, Mary A. beloved wife of Stephen Harris.  She was born in Genesse county, New York, June 10, 1833, being 65 year and 4 months old at the time of her decease.  For two years past she has been greatly afflicted with asthma and heart troubles, from which she died.  She leaves a husband, one son and one daughter.
Harris, Ruth
Wednesday, May 1, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
ELMIRA - The funeral will be held May 2 for Ruth Marie Harris of Elmira, who died April 28 of Alzheimer's disease. She was 87.

Harris was born Sept. 3, 1914, in Bonham, Texas, to James and Virtle Hembey. She married Clarence Harris in Durant, Okla., on March 21, 1931. He died on Nov. 6, 1990.

She was a homemaker and enjoyed sewing and flower gardening. Harris was a member of the Elmira Church of God and the Rebekah Lodge. She lived in the area since 1946.

Survivors include two sons, Glenn of Salem and James of Junction City; a brother, Elmer Hembey of Fort Worth, Texas; four sisters, Lynn Roby of Salem and Christine Kent, Jean Grantland and Ellen Gant, all of Fort Worth; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. A daughter, Laverne, died previously.

Thursday's service will be at 10 a.m. at Lane Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home in Eugene. Burial will be at Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of McKenzie-Willamette Hospital.
Harris, William
Friday, May 10, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A gathering of friends will be held May 18 for William F. "Bill" Harris of Eugene, who died May 4 of cancer. He was 77.

Harris was born May 24, 1924, in Wagoner, Okla., to John and Lelar Wynne Harris. He married Bettie Plotner in Stillwater, Okla., on June 5, 1949. He received bachelor's and master's degrees from Oklahoma State University. Harris served in the Army during World War II. He lived in Roswell, N.M., from 1951 to 1998 when he moved to Eugene. He was a biology professor at the New Mexico Military Institute for 30 years.

For 20 years, Harris owned and operated Pecos Valley Entomological Service. He enjoyed fishing and providing his friends in Roswell and Eugene with homegrown organic produce. He was a member of the Pecos Valley Iris Society and won dozens of awards for his flowers. Harris also won many community beautification awards in New Mexico. He and his wife were given the keys to the city of Roswell when they left New Mexico.

Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Leslie Harris of Eugene and Lois Pritchard of Louisville, Colo.; and four grandchildren.

The gathering will be from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. May 18 at 1922 Minda Drive in Eugene. Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Sacred Heart Hospital.
Harrison, Cara Saturday, January 16, 1954 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HARRISON - Cara Anna Harrison of Coburg passed away at her home Friday, Jan. 15, 1954, at the age of 75. She was born in Crawford County, Mo., March 7, 1878. She married Charles B. Harrison April 17, 1898, in Crawford County, Mo. Mrs. Harrison was a member of the Coburg Methodist Church and the Diamond Rebekah Lodge No. 89. She is survived by her husband, 1 son, Benjamin of Salem, 2 grandchildren, 1 sister, Mrs. Ada Bauer of Chico, Calif., several other near relatives. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18, 1954, at Veatch Hollingsworth England Funeral Home. Rev. H.G. Herrmann officiating and interment in West Lawn Memorial Cemetery.
Harrison, Juanita Thursday, December 27, 2001 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
COTTAGE GROVE - A memorial service will be held Dec. 28 for Juanita Gertrude Harrison of Cottage Grove, who died Dec. 25 of age-related causes. She was 80.

Harrison was born March 6, 1921, in Hale, Mo., to Franklin and Mae Smith.

Her first husband, Earl Potter, died in 1952. She married Joseph Harrison in Virginia City, Nev., on Nov. 18, 1978.

Harrison worked as a cook supervisor and a dietician. She lived in the Cottage Grove area for 25 years.

Her interests included gardening, cooking and fishing, and she enjoyed playing bingo. She formerly belonged to the Order of the Eastern Star in Phoenix, Ariz.

Survivors include her husband; a son, Le Roy Potter of Cave Creek, Ariz.; two daughters, Ella Yearous of Cottage Grove and Kathy Hampton of Jasper, Tenn.; five stepchildren; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.

Friday's service will be at 10 a.m. at Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in Cottage Grove. Memorial contributions may be made to South Lane Wheels in Cottage Grove.
Harrison, Katherine Thursday, January 10, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
COTTAGE GROVE - A graveside service will be Jan. 14 for Katherine Alma Harrison of Cottage Grove, who died Jan. 7 of complications from a stroke. She was 81.

Harrison was born April 27, 1920, in Konawa, Okla., to Ira and Ollie Purdy Bradshaw. She married Melvin Harrison in Coalgate, Okla., on April 6, 1938. He died Aug. 8, 1987.

She lived in Antioch, Calif., for 60 years before moving to Cottage Grove in 2001.

She retired from Fiberboard Corp. of Antioch after 20 years.

She was a member of the Antioch Church of Christ for 60 years.

She enjoyed bowling with friends.

Survivors include three sons, Melvin of Cottage Grove, Willis of Spokane, and Richard of Fall City, Wash.; a daughter, Barbara Hinton of Spokane; two sisters, Pauline Garcia of Sunnyvale, Calif., and Rose Lee Davis of Antioch; eight grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. A grandson, Ronald, died previously.

Monday's service will be in Antioch. Burial will be at Oak View Cemetery, also in Antioch. Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel of Cottage Grove is in charge of arrangements.
Harrison, Melba
Monday, June 3, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
PLEASANT HILL - The graveside service will be June 4 for Melba F. Harrison of Pleasant Hill, formerly of Florence, who died June 1 of age-related causes. She was 85.

She was born Aug. 3, 1916, in Portland to John and Ethel Tucker Houghton. She married Henry Edward Harrison in Washington on March 20, 1940. He died in August 1986.

She worked as a telephone operator before her marriage, and as a cashier and assistant manager of a health food store in Florence. She lived in Fern Ridge before moving to Florence in 1966. She moved to Pleasant Hill earlier this year.

Harrison enjoyed needlepoint and crocheting. She taught Sunday School at Noti Assembly of God.

Survivors include a daughter, Virginia Petersen of Portland; a son, John of Washington; a stepdaughter, Carol Raymond of Yakima, Wash.; a stepson, Edward Harrison of Auburn, Wash.; a sister, Fern Rose of Kent, Wash.; 12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

Visitation will be Tuesday from 9 a.m. to noon at Lane Memorial Gardens Funeral Home in Eugene. Tuesday's graveside service will be at 1 p.m. at Oak Hill Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to the March of Dimes.
Harrold, Charles
Sunday, September 12, 2010
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Harrold - Charles Rayburn Harrold, 73, of Creswell, died Sept. 7. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, at Creswell Presbyterian Church. Arrangements by Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in Cottage Grove.
Harrold, Charles
Monday, September 13, 2010
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
CRESWELL - A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sept. 19 at Creswell Presbyterian Church for Charles "Chuck" Rayburn Harrold of Creswell, who died Sept. 7 of mesothelioma. He was 73.

He was born Sept. 19, 1936, in Kenmare, N.D., to Foster and Stella Rayburn Harrold. He married Nancy Easterling on Nov. 15, 1957. She died in 2003.

He graduated from Creswell High School. He served in the Navy. He worked as a dairy farmer and a truck driver for Foster Farms.

Survivors include two sons, Rock of Albany and Brad of Creswell; his domestic partner, Georgia Reid; two sisters, Rosalie Koontz of Halsey and Kay Root of Eugene; two brothers, Eldon and Don, both of Creswell; and five grandchildren.

Inurnment will be at Creswell Cemetery. Arrangements by Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in Cottage Grove. Remembrances to the Cascade Health Solutions Foundations or the Creswell Area Historical Society.
Harrold, Nancy
Friday, June 6, 2003
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
CRESWELL - A graveside memorial service will be held June 8 for Nancy Harrold of Creswell, who died June 4 of liver disease. She was 64.

Harrold was born Jan. 11, 1939, in Creswell to Robert and Lethe Frank Easterling. She married Charles Harrold on Nov. 15, 1957.

She was a lifetime resident of Creswell and attended schools there. She was a homemaker, and she worked at her family's livestock auction, the Creswell Food Center and Shop & Save in Eugene.

She served as a Cub Scout leader and as a Little League coach. She enjoyed sewing, crafts and horses. She especially enjoyed her children and her grandchildren.

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Rock of Albany and Brad of Creswell; and five grandchildren.

Sunday's service will be held at 2 p.m. at the Creswell Pioneer Cemetery. England's Creswell Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of choice.
Harry, Bernetta Friday, December 21, 2001 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
DEADWOOD - A memorial service will be held Dec. 26 for Bernetta Harry of Deadwood, formerly of Mapleton, who died Dec. 19 of lung cancer. She was 67.

Harry was born March 23, 1934, in Florence, to Herbert and Garnet Clark Drollinger. She graduated from Mapleton High School in 1952. She married Paul Harry in Jefferson on Jan. 3, 1956.

She was a homemaker and mother and enjoyed spending time with her husband, children and grandchildren. She was a member of the Mapleton School Board. Harry was also a member of the Mapleton Lions Club Auxiliary. She was recognized with a Lions Club Citizenship Award in 2001. She was a lifetime resident of Lane County.

Survivors include her husband; three sons, Herbert of Colorado Springs, Colo., Michael of Salem and Dorman of Springfield; a daughter, Paula Scherer of Yelm, Wash.; 14 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Wednesday's service will be at 3 p.m. at the Mapleton Evangelical Church. Burns' Riverside Chapel/Florence Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Home Health and Hospice of Florence.
Hart, Gordon
Saturday, March 9, 2002 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
JUNCTION CITY - The graveside service will be held March 16 for Gordon Glenn Hart of Junction City, who died March 3 of esophageal cancer. He was 74.

Hart was born Oct. 27, 1927, in Hillsboro to Frank and Marjorie Godat Hart. He lived in several towns as a child before moving to Eugene in 1944. In 1946, he graduated from Eugene High School.

He attended the University of Oregon for a short time and studied fish and wildlife at Oregon State University.

Hart married Phyllis Falk in Eugene on June 19, 1949.

After working a short time as assistant manager at Santiam Lodge, he moved in 1950 to Eureka, Calif., to work at Mutual Plywood Co. He later opened a ski shop in Eureka. In 1957, Hart moved to Shasta, Calif., and opened another ski shop.

Hart later worked as a heavy-equipment operator in California before moving to Eugene in 1962. He started Harts International, working as a manufacturer's representative and distributor, and traveled extensively in Alaska, Washington, Idaho and Montana. He retired in 1993.

In 1985, Hart moved to property along Owens Creek, west of Junction City, and developed a tree farm. He moved to Junction City in 1999.

His interests included outdoor activities, especially fishing and gardening.

Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Joanna Hart Jacobs of Veneta and Alison Hart Gillespie of Eugene; a son, Jesse of Eugene; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

The March 16 service will be held at 11 a.m. at Rest Lawn Memorial Park in Junction City. A luncheon will follow at 971 W. Seventh Place, Junction City. Murphy-Musgrove Funeral Home in Junction City is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Oregon Tree Farm Systems, to the University of Oregon for liberal arts scholarships or to a summer camp program.
Hart, Lee
Friday, December 12, 2003
The Springfield News (Springfield, OR)
Dec. 8, 1910-Dec. 7, 2003

Lee Hart, 92, of Springfield, has died of a stroke.

Born in Cedar Flat to George and Maud (Cole) Hart, he married Eleanor Paddock in Albany in 1943. She died in 1976.

He graduated from the old Thurston High School and from the University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

He served several years in the Civilian Conservation Corps.

He spent most of his life residing on the family acreage, growing vegetable crops, sour cherries, corn and hazelnuts. For a short time, he owned a commercial fishing boat with a relative.

He served as president of an early McKenzie River flood control project and was instrumental in having the Lee Hart Revetment built by the United States Army Engineers along the McKenzie River to protect farmland. It was the only revetment in the US at the time to be named after a landowner.

He enjoyed tending his vegetable garden and canning the produce himself.

He kept in touch with many friends by amateur radio operation. His friends enjoyed hearing him relate this area's historical events and places.

Survivors include one brother: Marven Hart; and one sister: Marvel Magney.

A private memorial service will be held.

Andreason's Cremation and Burial is in charge of arrangements.
Harter, Warren Friday, November 9, 2001 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held Nov. 10 for Warren Dale Harter of Bandon, formerly of Florence and Reedsport, who died Nov. 6 of age-related causes.  He was 79.

Harter was born Feb. 23, 1922, in Joplin, Mo.

He served as an Army staff sergeant in Europe during World War II and was awarded two Bronze Stars and the French Croix de Guerre.  He lived in Florence and Reedsport.  He worked at a mill in Gardiner for 35 years.  He retired to Bandon.  His interests included the outdoors, fishing, hunting and long drives on logging roads.  He enjoyed helping his friends.   Harter especially enjoyed preparing Easter breakfasts for his church family.  He was a member of Christian churches in Florence, Reedsport and Bandon.

Survivors include is wife; Lucia; a son, Glen of Florence; two daughters, Catherine Cluver and Cassandra Harter, both of Roseburg; three stepsons, Pete Peterson of Reedsport, Dennis Yarbrough of Bandon and Gary Yarbrough of Longview, Wash.; two stepdaughters, May Holt of Arkansas and Annette Brainard of North Bend; a sister, Dorothy Tuttle of Wheaton, Mo.; a brother, Dean of Wheaton; 19 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.

Saturday’s service will be at 3 p.m. at the Reedsport Christian Church.  Myrtle Grove Funeral Service in Coquille is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Reedsport Christian Church, the Grove Christian Camp in care of the Lighthouse Church of Christ in Bandon or to the American Diabetes Association.
Hartley, Arthur
Monday, January 29, 1900
Daily Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR)
LOWER SIUSLAW ACCIDENT

Log Rolled on and Killed a Four Year Old Boy
Florence West, January 26.

A terrible accident occurred about ten o’clock Sunday morning, January 21st, 1900, at the home of Andrew Hartley on Maple creek, Douglas county, about six miles southeast of Florence, by which Arthur, the four-year-old son of Mr. Hartley, lost his life instantly.

The boy was playing around while his father was at work on a hillside sawing a log.  Just as the saw cut through, the boy climbed up on the log, when it started to roll, throwing him to the ground below and passing over his head stopped across his breast.  Mr. Hartley dug away the earth and took the boy out from underneath the log as quickly as he could, but life was extinct, the weight of the log, some fifteen inches in diameter and twelve feet long, having caused instant death.
Hartman, Arthur
Friday, April 18, 1930
The Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR)
Winberry Man is Suicide Thursday

Funeral services for Arthur Hartman, 60, for 40 years a resident of Winberry, who took his own life at his home Thursday by shooting himself with a shotgun, will be held on Saturday morning at 10 o’clock in the Lowell church with interment in the Lowell cemetery.  The Branstetter chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Hartman was found dead Thursday by his wife who hear the shot.  He had placed the muzzle of the gun in his mouth and pulled the trigger with a forked stick.  Mr. Hartman had been despondent for some time past, according to reports, and left two notices, one directed to Coroner Branstetter giving directions as to the disposition of his remains, and the other to Attorney L. L. Ray of this city asking him to act as administrator of the estate.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nettie Hartman, a step-son, Charles and two sisters in Sweden.  He was born in Sweden July 14, 1860.
Hartman, Grace
Wednesday, March 1, 2006
The Creswell Chronicle (Creswell, OR)
Longtime Cottage Grove resident Grace P. Hartman died Feb. 6, 2006, of congestive heart failure. She was 72.

She was born Dec. 8, 1933 in Aurora, Ill. Her marriage to Donald Owen ended in divorce. She married Homer Hartman in Vancouver, Wash. in May 1976. He died Dec. 2, 2004.

A homemaker, she loved to bake, was an avid science fiction reader and collected movies. She also liked to hunt for treasures at garage sales.

Hartman is survived by: a daughter, Sharon Bennett of Benicia, Calif.; a stepdaughter, Linda Dausel of Grants Pass; a stepson, Alan Hartman of Woodbridge, Va.; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

No services are planned. Hartman will be inurned in the Creswell Pioneer Cemetery. Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel & Crematorium is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
Hartman, Homer
Wednesday, December 08, 2004
Cottage Grove Sentinel (Cottage Grove, OR)
1923-2004

Homer B. Hartman, a lifelong resident of Cottage Grove, died Thursday at the age of 81 from cancer.

He was born to Clyde and Florence (Caldwell) Hartman on Nov. 29, 1923, in White Bird, Idaho.

He attended schools in Creswell and lived in Creswell before moving to Cottage Grove.

He married Bea Golding in Eugene on Jan. 8, 1947. They later divorced. He married his second wife, Grace, in Vancouver, Wash., in May of 1976.

He served four years with the U.S. Navy as a machinist and on a minesweeper in the South Pacific.

He worked as a tree faller and a bucker for Weyerhaeuser Co., where he was employed for 26 years.

He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed collecting stamps and coins.

He was a member of the VFW and the IWA Union.

He is survived by his second wife: Grace Hartman; his daughter: Linda Dausel of Grants Pass; his son: Alan Hartman of Woodbridge, Va.; his brothers: Martin Hartman of Creswell, Paul Hartman of Creswell, Clyde Hartman of Camas, Wash. and Floyd Hartman of Darrington, Wash.; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

A memorial will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sacred Heart Hospice in Eugene or Cottage Grove Operation Independence.
Hartman, Lillie
Friday, January 10, 1975
The Springfield News (Springfield, OR)
Lillie Inez Hartman, 65, of 29 El Rancho Dr. died at a local hospital Jan. 8.

She was born Feb. 4, 1909 in Marion, Kansas, and was married to Charlie E. Hartman on July 25, 1927 in Watonga, Okla.

Mrs. Hartman had lived in the Springfield area since May 1949.

Surviving are her husband, Charlie, and a son, Alfred, both of Springfield; six grandsons; one granddaughter; four great-grandsons; one great-granddaughter; three sisters, Mildred Davis of Beaverton, Ruth Lesperance of Newberg and Vasa Lesperance of Irrigon. A son Jerial Harlan Hartman, died April 5, 1970.

A Life-Centered Service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, in Buell Chapel with Pastor Milton Grimsrud participating. Private interment will follow in the Springfield Memorial Cemetery.
Hartman, Mary
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
The Springfield News (Springfield, OR)
Mary Hartman

Nov. 5, 1913-Dec. 22, 2003

Mary E. Hartman, 90, of Springfield, has died of age-related causes.

Born in Darke County, Ohio, to John and Mary (Arnett) Clegg, she married Frank Hartman. He died in 1966.

She retired in 1978 from the Fram Corporation in Greenville, Ohio, after 25 years of service. She was a member of the Eagles Lodge No. 2202 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 8066, both of Eaton, Ohio.

Survivors include two sons: Richard Baker of Springfield and Elman Baker Jr. of Eaton, Ohio; as well as 17 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren and multiple great-great-grandchildren.

A son, Joseph Baker, died in 1972.

The funeral was held Monday, Dec. 29, in Eaton. Internment was at Mound Hill Union Cemetery in Eaton. Barnes Funeral Homes in Eaton was in charge of arrangements.
Hartsoch, Claire
Tuesday, March 26, 2002 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - Claire "Anita" Hartsoch of Springfield died March 11 of liver cancer. She was 80.

Hartsoch was born Jan. 5, 1922, in Hastings, Neb., to Lewis and Mary Manners Shelley.

She moved to Montana in 1930 and lived in Kalispell and Whitefish until moving to Eugene in 1946.

She married Alfred Hartsoch Jr. in Kalispell on June 17, 1939. He died Dec. 14, 1990.

Hartsoch, a homemaker, moved to Springfield in 1986.

Her interests included gardening, sewing, hunting, fishing and reading.

She was a member of Women of the Moose and attended Springfield First Baptist Church.

Survivors include three daughters, Martha Brawn of Springfield and twins Willa Allen of Dexter and Faye Gillette of Brownsville; a son, Gary Hartsoch of Tucson, Ariz., and Rapid City, S.D.; a sister, Mary "Bobbie" Fuqua of Bend; 17 grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren.

No service is planned.

American Burial & Cremation Alternatives in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.
Hartwig, Robert
Monday, March 3, 1930 The Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR)
R.P. HARTWIG, 56, TAKEN SUDDENLY

WALTERVILLE, March 3---(Special)---R. P. Hartwig, well-known resident of Walterville and the McKenzie valley, died suddenly Saturday afternoon.  Mr. Hartwig had been in poor health for some time.  Funeral services will be held Wednesday at one o'clock at the Walker-Poole chapel at Springfield.  Interment will be in the Greenwood cemetery.
   
Mr. Hartwig first came to Walterville in 1906, purchased the blacksmith shop and ran it until 1911 when he sold out.  In 1914 he returned and re-purchased the shop, this time opening a garage in connection with the blacksmithing.  He kept the garage until April 1925, when he sold to the present owner, T. C. Thompsn.
   
The past five years Mr. Hartwig spent in traveling through Oregon in the summer and in California and southern states in the winter, always making his home with his sister, Mrs. Fred Easton while here.
   
He was associated with the Eagles of Eugene and was a charter member of the Walterville lodge of I. O. O. F., No. 203, becoming a charter member of that order in 1908.
   
R. Pleasant Hartwig was born in Travis county, Texas, in 1874, having celebrated his 56th birthday January 20.
   
His survivors are:  Sisters, Mrs. C. C. Sturtevant, of Crow, Mrs. Fred Easton of Walterville, Mrs. George Wright of Ripon, Calif.; Ed Hartwig of Grants Pass, Herman Hartwig of Fall Creek, Lorenzo Hartwig of Waterman, Calif., and Charlie Hartwig of Vida.

Contributed by Cindy Watson
Harvey, Steve
Tuesday, April 9, 2002
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held April 11 for Steve Milton Harvey of Eugene, who died April 5 of a heart attack. He was 48.

Harvey was born March 22, 1954, in Hillsboro to Gary and Peggy Harvey. He grew up in Tigard and graduated from high school in 1972.

Harvey served in the Navy from 1972 to 1974. He moved to Springfield in 1980 and to Eugene in 2001.

Harvey worked as a heavy-equipment operator in the construction industry. He was an avid Oregon Duck fan and enjoyed NASCAR racing, camping and fishing. He is remembered as a devoted parent who raised his children as a single parent.

Survivors include his father of Springfield; his mother, Peggy McFadden of Newport; his fiancee, Vicki Rhoades of Eugene; three sons, James Harvey and Gary Harvey, both of Eugene, and Curtis Anderson of Springfield; a daughter, Trisha Terrill of Newberg; two sisters, Debi Curry of San Mateo, Calif., and Jeralee Shewfelt of Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.; a brother, Gary Osmondson of Fresno, Calif.; and two grandchildren.

Thursday's service will be at 2 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Springfield Post 3965. Buell Chapel in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.
Hasbrouck, Mortimer
Monday, November 4, 1929
The Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR)
Native of Oregon Dies at Age of 73

Mortimer L. Hasbrouck, native of Oregon, died at the Pacific Christian hospital on Sunday, Nov. 3, at 2:45 a.m., at the age of 73 years, and two months.

Mr. Hasbrouck was born in Portland of pioneer parents of 1853, Lorenzo and Ann Hasbrouck, and is survived by his wife, Mrs. Emma Hasbrouck; by one daughter, Mrs. Eva Hubbard; by three grandchildren, and by one great-grandchild, all of Corvallis, Ore.

Funeral services were held at the Walker-Poole funeral home in Eugene Monday afternoon, at 1:30 o’clock, Rev. A. H. Saunders, pastor of Central Presbyterian church, officiating.  Interment was made in the pioneer family plot in the Luper cemetery just north of Irving.
Haskins, Nancy Monday, January 7, 2002 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - A graveside service will be held Jan. 9 for Nancy L. Haskins of Springfield, who died Jan. 4 of heart failure. She was 62.

Haskins was born Oct. 4, 1939, in Provo, Utah, to Dean and Audrey Wilcox Jasperson. She married John Haskins in Compton, Calif., on Feb. 1, 1955.

The couple moved to Springfield 12 years ago.

Survivors include her husband; a son, John of Springfield; a daughter, Cynthia Haskins of Cedar Lake, Ind.; two brothers; two sisters; and two grandchildren. A daughter, Tonya, died June 19, 1981.

Visitation will be from noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Springfield Memorial Funeral Home. Wednesday's service will be at 10 a.m., also at the funeral home.
Hassler, Anna
Monday, January 6, 1941
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HASSLER – Mrs. Anna Hassler died at her home [?] Sunday, Jan. 5th.  She was born March 5, 1874 in P[?].  Survived by her husband Phillip Hassler; a [?] Mrs. B. Devries, Eugene [?] W. C. Hassler, Half[?] granddaughter.  Funeral announcements will be made from the Poole chapel.

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Hassman, Carl
Tuesday, March 14, 1950 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HASSMAN – Carl L. Hassman, of 120 Knoop Lane, died at San Francisco, Calif., on March 11, 1950.  He was born March 21, 1916, at Albany, Oregon.  He married Bessie Schulze at Eugene on June 11, 1939.  The deceased was a member of the Eugene Moose Lodge and was financial secretary of the Machinist’s Union No. 1229.  He was employed by the Southern Pacific and had been a resident of Eugene since 1933.  Besides his wife, he is survived by 2 children, Ronald LeRoy and Sharon Ann, both at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Hassman of Eugene.  Funeral services will take place at the Poole-Larsen Chapel, Wednesday, March 15 at 2:30 p.m.  Interment at Westlawn Memorial Park.
Hatch, C. B.
Saturday, March 1, 1890
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Perished in the Mountains

Mr. B. F. Finn writing to the GUARD from Leaburg under date of Feb. 23d, says: Jas. Wycoff and myself have just returned from a trip to the top of the Blue river mountains in search of Mr. C. B. Hatch, the miner who started for C. Dale’s cabin on the mountain on the last day of December.  We started up the mountain yesterday morning at 6:50 o’clock, and reached Dale’s cabin at 5 o’clock in the evening.  We used snow shoes.  We found Mr. Dale all well, and not in a staving condition as was expected when we left the Blue river bridge.  He has plenty of provisions to last until the middle of May.

Mr. Hatch has certainly perished in the mountains.  He left with a lunch for his dinner to go to the Dale cabin and told the people that if he could not make the trip he would build a fire at the big yew tree, four miles from the bridge at the foot of the big mountain, eat his lunch and return the same day.  We made a careful examination and are satisfied that he never reached the point.  It was storming very hard the day he started.  We found the snow from 12 to 16 feet deep on the top of the mountain.  The old snow is very hard and thawed away from the brush and trees and filled in with new snow about 18 inches deep, and is drifted in many places to a depth of 50 feet.  Mr. Dale reports five days rain on the mountain during the flood.  The snow settled five feet in those five days which would make it 21 feet to start with.
Hatch, Frances Thursday, July 13, 1967 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HATCH - Frances Gertrude Hatch of 620 Horn Lane died July 12, 1967.  She was born December 11, 1883 in Ashtabula, Ohio.  Wife of Edwin G. and mother of Lee Hatch of Eugene, Wilma McCoy of Prineville, and Elinor Corner of Eugene; 9 grandchildren; sister of Marian Livengood of Brightwood, Oregon, Bertha Deal of Dolores, Colorado, Walter Hatch of Medford.  Funeral services will be held Saturday, July 15th at 10 a.m. in the Evangelical United Brethren Church, 9th and Monroe.  Reverend Max Morgan officiating.  Interment Rest Haven.  LOUNSBURY-MUSGROVE in charge.
Hatch, Viola
Thursday, May 4, 2000
The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - The funeral will be held May 6 for Viola Blanche Hatch of Springfield, who died May 2 of age-related causes. She was 95.

During World War II, she was a member of the Air Force Ground Observer Corps.
Hatch completed more than five years of nurse's training. Locally, she worked as a nurse in nursing homes.

Her interest included sewing, needlepoint, gardening, making dried flower arrangements, cooking, and family activities. She contributed to the original McKenzie-Willamette Hospital building fund and donated time and blood to the American Red Cross. She belonged to the Church of the Brethren in Springfield.

Survivors include her husband; 6 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; seven step great-grandchildren; and four step great-great-grandchildren. A daughter, Noreen, and a son, Roydon, died previously.

Visitation will be held from noon until 5 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Buell Chapel in Springfield. Saturday's service will be at 1:45 p.m., also at the funeral home. Burial will be at Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of McKenzie-Willamette Hospital.
Hatchell, Marie
Friday, February 22, 2002 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held Feb. 23 for Marie "Rita" Hatchell of Prineville, formerly of Springfield, who died Feb. 9 of age-related causes. She was 85.

Hatchell was born April 20, 1916, in Woodworth, N.D.

She graduated from high school in Springfield. She worked for The Eugene Fruit Growers for several years and for Boeing Aircraft in Seattle. She worked as a journeyman grocery checker in Springfield, Spokane and The Dalles before she retired in the 1980s.

Hatchell was a member of the Prineville Christian Church, the Airstream Club, the Eagles Lodge and the Elks Lodge.

She enjoyed crocheting, traveling, fishing and photography. Hatchell especially enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren.

Survivors include two daughters, Judith Haigler of Prineville and Ginger Frazer of The Dalles; a son, Vince Hansen of Springfield; two sisters, Ruby Chapman of Coos Bay and Verna Whittaker of Beaverton; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Saturday's service will be at 2 p.m. at Prineville Christian Church. Whispering Pines Funeral Home in Prineville is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Pioneer Memorial Hospice, 1201 N.E. Elm St., Prineville, OR 97754.
Hatcher, Anna
Tuesday, June 25, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Anna Hatcher of Eugene died June 19 of age-related causes. She was 90.

Hatcher was born Feb. 8, 1912, in Chicago to John and Victoria Zacaynski.

She was a homemaker and worked as a school bus driver and helped run a resort in Wisconsin. She enjoyed dancing, crocheting, fishing, singing and spending time with her family and friends. She was a member of the Broken Arrow Baptist Church in Arizona. She lived in this area for six years.

Survivors include a son, John Kuhn of Eugene; a daughter, Victoria Thacker of Pierce; three grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. Two husbands, Henry Kuhn and Carl Hatcher, died previously.

A memorial service will be held later in Arizona. Burial will be at Cochise Cemetery in Cochise, Ariz. Buell Chapel in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.
Hatfield, Henry Monday, July 16, 1956 The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Henry M. Hatfield of 457 Cheshire Ave., Eugene, passed away at a local hospital Saturday July 14, 1956 at the age of 67.

He was born April 13, 1889 at Vernon County, Mo.

He is survived by his wife Bessie, whom he married in Eugene, January 16, 1913. Besides his wife he is survived by 2 daughters, Lorraine Gilzow and Lucille Omlid, both of Eugene; and five grandchildren; one brother, Bartley of Springfield; and 2 sisters, Minnie Trankle of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, and Addie Alford of Eugene.

Funeral services will be held at the Poole-Larsen Chapel Wednesday, July 18, 1956 at 2 pm, Vance H. Webster D.D. officiating. Interment will be at the West Lawn Memorial Cemetery.
Hathorn, Tralve
Sunday, March 14, 2010
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - Tralve M. Hathorn Sr. of Springfield died March 9 of age-related causes. He was 85. No service is planned.

He was born July 18, 1924, in Parish County, La., to Benjamin and Eva Garlington Hathorn. He married Florence Fentress on Nov. 9, 1947, in Springfield. She died in 2000.

He worked as a barker operator in a plywood mill.

Survivors include a daughter, Cathy Smith of Pleasant Hill; three sons, Tralve Jr. of Bend, Les of Klamath Falls and Mike of Springfield; two sisters, Ruth Howinstein of Moorpark, Calif., and Erble Johnson of Louisiana; 12 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.

Inurnment will be at Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene. Arrangements by Aurora Cremation & Burial Service in Eugene.

Contributed by Cindy Watson
Hatter, Chester
Tuesday, April 24, 1990
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HATTER – Chester E. Hatter of Springfield died April 20, 1990 at the age of 61.  Graveside services will be held Wednesday, April 25th at 1 p.m. at the Lower Mabel Cemetery.  People are invited to meet at the Major Fredericksen Funeral Home at 12:30 on April 25th to follow in procession to the cemetery.  Arrangements entrusted to MAJOR FREDERICKSEN FUNERAL HOME.
Hatter, Chester Wednesday, April 25, 1990 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HATTER – Chester “Chet” E. Hatter of Springfield passed away due to a tragic accident April 21, 1990 at a Springfield lumber mill at the age of 61.  Chester Emery Hatter was born October 7, 1928 in Tillamook, Oregon to parents Joseph and Ruth Hatter.  Chet served in the United States Navy, stationed in Korea and serving in Vietnam war, and retired after 30 years.  Chet moved here after his Navy retirement, and has been a resident of this community for the past 18 years.  Chet was employed by Rosboro Lumber Company, and a member of the Carpenter & Jointer Union and Local 2750, The Fleet Reserve Association, VFW, and the NRA.  Chet enjoyed bowling and was a 800 Booster at Timber Bowl.  He also loved to play cards and was a member of the Round Robin Pinochle Club.  He was in the Independent Order of Foresters.  Chet was an outdoorsman who loved to fish and hunt.  He had a 1/6 acre vegetable garden that he enjoyed and canned in the fall.  He was a member of the Springfield Faith center.  He is survived by his son, Rodney and his wife Teresa of Springfield; his daughters Shasta Hatter of Eugene, Zendra Haga and her fiancé Ron Cates, Chrystal Olson and her husband Dana, all of Springfield, Tin Bedford of Crescent City, California, and Deanne Jones and her husband David of Vacaville, California; brothers: Dale Hatter of Nevada, Wallace Hatter of Springfield, Basil Hatter of Tenino, Wisconsin, Harrold Hatter of Missouri, Donald Loos of Weiser, Idaho, and Leonard Dahlin of Hillsboro, Oregon; sisters: Viola Hileman of Marcola, Dorothy Saballus of Hillsboro, and Clara Smith of Yamhill, Oregon; 13 grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.  Chet was preceded in death by 2 brothers.  Graveside funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 25, 1990 at Lower Mabel Cemetery in Marcola at 1 p.m.  Services will be officiated by Rob Tucker of Springfield Faith Center, and Military honors provided by the Navy Reserve.  People are invited to meet at the MAJOR FREDERICKSEN FUNERAL HOME at 12:30 on Wednesday to follow in procession to the cemetery.  The family has suggested that those who wish may make contributions to Camp Crestview Youth Fund in care of Springfield Faith Center, 600 Hayden Bridge Way, Springfield, Oregon 97477, in Chet’s memory.
Hatter, Pansy Friday, April 8, 1983
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HATTER – Pansy M. Hatter of 4655 Main Street, Springfield, died April 7, 1983, at the age of 68.  Arrangements entrusted to LOUNSBURY-MUSGROVE FUNERAL CHAPEL.
Hatter, Pansy
Sunday, April 10, 1983
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HATTER – Pansy M. Hatter of 4655 Main Street, Springfield, died at a local hospital April 7, 1983 at the age of 68.  Pansy Marie Hatter was born September 25, 1914 at Marshall Town, Iowa to parents, Ernest and Luella Simmerman.  She was united in marriage to Joseph G. Hatter, March 16, 1970 in Eugene.  He preceded her in death in 1976.  Mrs. Hatter had been a resident of the Springfield area for over 30 years. Surviving are her sons: Ronald Simmerman Chester Hatter and Wallace Hatter, all of Springfield, Dale Hatter of Escondido, California, Harold Hatter of Summersville, Missouri and Basil Hatter of Tenino, Washington; a daughter, Viola Hileman of Springfield; a brother, Everett Simmerman of Springfield; 2 sisters, Beulah Lyon of Klamath Falls and Dorothy Pickett of Eugene; 18 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.  Graveside services will be held Monday, April 11, 1983 at 10:00 a.m. at Lower Mabel Cemetery.  MAJOR FREDERICKSEN FUNERAL HOME entrusted with arrangements.
Haurigan, Ardeth
Tuesday, March 26, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
The funeral will be March 29 for Ardeth Haurigan of Seaside, formerly of Junction City, who died March 23 of complications from lung cancer. She was 80.

Haurigan was born April 28, 1921, in Schuyler, Neb., to William and Emma Hanson Baade. She married John Haurigan in Fremont, Neb., on Sept. 20, 1947. He died Jan. 22, 1999.

She graduated from Fremont High School.

Haurigan was a homemaker and worked in a cannery.

She lived in Eugene from 1950 until 1952, when she moved to Junction City. She moved to Seaside in 1987.

Haurigan was an avid University of Oregon football fan, and she also enjoyed cooking, baking, sewing, crossword puzzles and hats. She especially enjoyed her family and attending family functions.

Haurigan was a member of the Seaside Christian Church, Sou'Wester Garden Club and the Seaside chapter of AARP. She was also a member of First Christian Church in Junction City.

Haurigan did volunteer work with the Seaside Museum and Historical Society and the Seaside Hospital Auxiliary.

Survivors include two daughters, Billie Beck of Eugene and Lynette Giles of Hood River; a son, Randy Whidden of Springfield; two brothers, Gayle Gainsforth of Omaha, Neb., and Gary Gainsforth of Rome, Italy; and five grandchildren.

Visitation will be from noon to 7 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon Friday at West Lawn Memorial Park & Funeral Home in Eugene.

Friday's service will be at 1 p.m., also at the funeral home.

Burial will be at Rest Lawn Memorial Park in Junction City.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Warm Water Instructional Therapy Pool in care of the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District, P.O. Box 514, Seaside, OR 97138.
Hauser, Mary
Thursday, January 2, 1941
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAUSER – Mrs. Mary Rose Hauser, died at Springfield Thursday morning, Jan. 2.  Obituary and funeral announcement later from Poole’s chapel in Springfield.
Hauser, Mary Friday, January 3, 1941
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAUSER – Mrs. Mary Rose Hauser died Thurs. morning, Jan. 2 in Springfield, at the age of 39 years.  She is survived by a son,  Jack Hauser of Eugene; parents, Henry H. Turnbull Eugene, and Mrs. Jessie E. Turnbull of Portland; 6 brothers Wayne, Wendell, Howard, Melvin, and Mortimer, all of Portland; Leonard of Klamath Falls; a twin sister, Mrs. John L. Calloway of Eugene.  Funeral will be held Sat. Jan. 4, at 10 a.m. at the Poole Chapel in Eugene.  Interment will be in the I.O.O.F. cemetery.
Hava, Jennifer
Friday, May 24, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Jennifer Hava of Eugene died May 11 of aplastic anemia. She was 21.

Hava was born May 23, 1980, in Corvallis to Milford Cassell Jr. and Davida Hava.

She lived in Colorado from 1984 until 1995, when she moved to Newport. She settled in Eugene in 1997. Hava was an honor student and graduated from Sheldon High School in 2000. She enjoyed making jewelry, music, dancing, reading and cross-stitch.

Survivors include her mother of Springfield; and a sister, Heather Hava of Klamath Falls.

A private service was held. Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary in Coos Bay is in charge of arrangements.
Haven, Larry Tuesday, November 6, 2001 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
The funeral Mass will be held Nov.8 for Larry J. Haven of Eugene, who died Nov. 4 of heart failure.  He was 56.

Haven was born Nov. 28. 1944 in Rhinelander, Wis., to Walt and Grace Haven.  He married Susan Johnson in Eugene on Oct. 27, 1990.

He established Oregon Fuel Injection Inc. in Eugene in 1974.  He started the company with one employee in a 1,000 square-foot building.  By 1985, the company had grown to 18 employees and a 10,000 square-foot building in Eugene with a branch in Medford.

Haven was an avid Duck supporter and enjoyed golf, reading and traveling.  He was a member of the Oregon Club and the Springfield Country Club.  He was a board member of the Association of Diesel Specialists.

Survivors include his wife; his mother, Grace Bringman of Sunnyside, Wash.; four daughters, Hope Shannon and Kathy Kragness, both of Springfield, Paula Moore of Mesa, Ariz., and Cherie Haven of Redmond, Wash.; three sons, Ron Johnson of Beaverton, Jim Haven of Fresno, Calif., and Robert Haven of Portland; a brother, Wally of Milwaukie; three sisters, Bonnie Gregory of Sweet Home, Debbie Haven of Sunnyside and Karen Adams of Yakima, Wash.; and six grandchildren.

Thursday's Mass will be held at 1 p.m. at St. Paul Catholic Church in Eugene.  Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Duck Athletic Fund.
Hawk, John Wednesday, March 9, 1910 The Eugene Daily Guard (Eugene, OR)
Death of John A. Hawk At Harrisburg

Harrisburg, Or., March 8 - John A. Hawk died at his home in this city early this morning quite suddenly, presumably of rheumatism of the heart.  He was 75 years old in December, and had been a resident here for 21 years.  He leaves a widow, and six children, four of whom resides here, a daughter in California and a son in the medical profession in Portland.
Hawks, Helen
Friday, May 17, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
DEXTER - Helen Hawks of Dexter died April 11 of a stroke. She was 72.

Hawks was born July 19, 1929, in Detroit, Mich., to Steve and Anna Hanus Szabo. She married Paul Hawks in June of 1949. He died in August of 1987.

She received a bachelor's degree from La Sierra College in Riverside, Calif., and a master's degree from Loma Linda University. Hawks worked as an elementary school teacher.

She enjoyed singing, sewing and playing the piano and accordion. She was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Hawks lived in the California cities of Perris, Glendale and Angwin before moving to Dexter in 1999.

Survivors include three sons, Daniel of Dexter, Richard of Loveland, Colo., and John of Berthoud, Colo.; a daughter, Linda Laurie of Miramar, Fla.; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held later at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Andreason's Cremation & Burial Service in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.
Hawley, Lyman
Saturday, January 17, 1880
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Died – Mr. Lyman Hawley died, at the residence of his father, Ira Hawley, near Cottage Grove, yesterday morning.
Haworth, Madison Wednesday, December 26, 2001 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - A memorial service will be held Dec. 29 for Madison Ann Haworth, who died Dec. 21 of Batten disease. She was 3.

She was born Oct. 22, 1998, in Springfield to Ben and Amber Edgar Haworth. She previously lived in Cottage Grove, where she enjoyed playing at the park with other preschoolers.

She attended Sunday School at Twin Rivers Baptist Church in Springfield and attended an early education program in the Thurston area.

She is survived by her parents; a brother, Mathew of Springfield; and grandparents in the Eugene-Springfield area and in Hawaii.

Saturday's service will be at 2 p.m. at Twin Rivers Baptist Church. Major Family Funeral Home in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.
Hayden, Charles
Saturday, May 1, 1880
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Suicide

Charles Hayden Commits Suicide by Hanging

On last Wednesday information was brought to town that Chas. W. Hayden a young man of about 28 years of age had committed suicide at the home of his mother, near the upper McKenzie bridge, by hanging.  There being no qualified coroner in the county, Justice of the Peace E. P. Henderson summoned a jury and proceeded to the scene where the young man had violently severed the thread of his life, and held an inquest.

Mrs. Hayden, the mother of the deceased, testified as follows: I am the mother of the deceased.  His name is Charles W. Hayden.  He had been to Harrisburg and just got home this morning; his feet were blistered; he laid down on the bed and I brought him some breakfast; he ate it, went to sleep and slept a while; I missed him and called, but he did not answer; I then went to the barn and found him hanging; I got a knife and cut him down, but he was dead.

Other witnesses were examined but nothing further material was elicited.  The Jury rendered the follow verdict.

We, the jury summoned to inquire into the cause of the death of Chas. W. Hayden, find that death was caused by hanging, committed by his own hands, on the 28th day of April, 1880, at the McKenzie bridge.

J. C. Whiteaker
J. M. Spores
J. E. Attebery
J. H. Gilbert
J. Yarnell
J. M. Stafford

The remains were taken to Portland for interment.
Hayden, Christopher
Tuesday, May 21, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
FALL CREEK - The funeral will be May 22 for Christopher Lee "Chris" Hayden of Fall Creek, who died May 11 in a boating accident. He was 37.

Hayden was born April 15, 1965, in Los Angeles to Cedric and Marilyn Jaekel Hayden. He attended Emerald Christian Academy, Walla Walla College and Loma Linda University.

He married Lyn Fuller in Forks, Wash., on Dec. 16, 1990.

Hayden, a dentist, was president of Hayden Family Dentistry Group in Eugene.

His interests included fishing, skiing, Bible study, ranching, travel, politics and visiting family. He was Fall Creek Adventurer Club leader and a member and deacon of Fall Creek Seventh-day Adventist Church. He also belonged to the Lane County Dental Society.

Survivors include his wife; his parents of Fall Creek; his grandmother, Wilma Jaekel of St. Louis; two sons, Justin and Blake, both of Fall Creek; four brothers, Jonathan of Gillette, Wyo., Matthew and Cedric, both of Fall Creek, and Daniel of College Place, Wash.; and a sister, Kaminda Hayden of Fall Creek.

Wednesday's service will be at 11 a.m. at Springfield Seventh-day Adventist Church. Burial will be private. Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Amazing Facts Ministries.
Hayden, John
Saturday, September 20, 1879
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Painful Accident

On Wednesday morning much excitement was caused by the sight of a span of horses tearing down Willamette street at a maddened rate, and a rush of people running toward the depot.  It seems that J. H. Hayden, Esq., an old and respected citizen was at the depot, and while working with his team they became unmanageable, throwing him under feet and wounding him severely.  For some time he was to all appearances dead.  He was immediately taken to the residence of J. B. Underwood, Esq., and his wounds dressed by Dr. S. Hemenway.  On Thursday his daughter Mrs. Welch arrived from Portland, and on Friday his daughter Mrs. Easton arrived from Roseburg and his son-in-law, Mr. Welch, from Portland.  They are all with him at Mr. Underwood’s, where every attention is rendered that can be given.

He is in a very critical condition as we go to press, with little chance of recovery.

Contributed by The History of Today
Hayden, John Saturday, September 27, 1879
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Died – Mr. J. H. Hayden who was injured by the runaway last week died at the residence of Mr. J. B. Underwood, last Wednesday morning at 3 a.m.  Mr. Hayden was at one time a partner in Smith Bros. saw mill; and was an old resident of this county.  His remains were taken to Portland Wednesday morning for interment.
Hayes, Charles Wednesday, January 24, 1979 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYES - Charles Everett Hayes of 530 Birch Street, Junction City, died January 22, 1979 in a Junction City nursing home at the age of 88. He was born December 25, 1890 in Coburg, Oregon. He was married to Ferrol Gibson in 1966 in Springfield. He was a farmer and a millworker. He was a member of The Springfield Christian Church. He is survived by his wife, Ferrol, of Springfield; 3 sons: Wilbur of Richmond, California, Walter and Vadrain, both of Eugene; 3 daughters: Shirley Perkins of Salem, Jessie Chruszch of Junction City, Wanda Lee of Sacramento, California; step-daughter, Dorothy Kriger of Springfield; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; 3 sisters, Beulah Brewer of Bend, Hattie Wheeler of Creswell and Muriel Main of California. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Elfay, in 1964. Funeral services will be Friday, January 26, at 10 a.m. in Buell Chapel. Pastor Ed McIndoo of the First Christian Church, Springfield, officiating. Interment Lane Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to the Springfield First Christian Church in his memory. Buell Chapel in charge of arrangements.
Hayes, Cleata Sunday, June 9, 1957 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Cleata Mae Hayes, 63, of 330 Hayes Lane, Junction City, died at her home Thursday, June 6, 1957. Funeral services will be held Monday, June 10, at 2 p.m. at Junction City Methodist Church. Interment in the IOOF Cemetery.
Hayes, Edith Thursday, January 10, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be Jan. 12 for Edith Eunice Hayes of Eugene, who died Jan. 8 of a heart attack. She was 83.

Hayes was born Aug. 21, 1918, in Willard, Colo., to John and Mabel Bowman Sindt. She married Horace Miller in Brownsville in 1937; he died in 1969.

She married Leo Hardenburger in Elko, Nev., in 1975; he died later that same year. She married Ernest Hayes in Lowell in 1978; he died in 1999.

She moved to Lebanon from Colorado in 1935, and lived in Oregon City and Lowell for most of her married life.

She graduated from high school in Lebanon.

She was a homemaker. Her interests included crochet and embroidery.

She was a member of Lowell Christian Church and of the Jasper Grange.

Survivors include a daughter, Pat May of Lowell; a sister, Rosie Lorenzen of Albany; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. A son, Clifford Miller, died in 1982.

Saturday's service will be at 10 a.m. at the Springfield Faith Center. Andreason's Cremation and Burial Service of Eugene is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Springfield Faith Center.
Hayes, Laura
Tuesday, February 11, 1908
The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA)
Cottage Grove, Ore. – Laura, the 5 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hayes, is dead from the effects of burns received a few days ago. Her mother stepped to a nearby neighbor and instructed the child to warm by the stove before going shopping. The stove door being open the little girl’s dress caught fire and she was soon enveloped in flames. The child’s screams attracted the mother, who rushed to the rescue, but reached the little one too late, as nearly all its clothing was burned off. Medical aid was procured at once, but the child was too badly burned to recover.

Contributed by Robyn Greenlund
Hayes, Robert Wednesday, December 12, 2001 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
SPRINGFIELD - Robert Dallas Hayes of Springfield died Dec. 10 of heart failure. He was 75.

He was born Jan. 29, 1926, to Regal and Grace Polland Hayes. He married Arline Jackson in Indiana.

Hayes worked as a millwright. He enjoyed music, fishing and traveling.

He lived in Springfield for 13 years after living for many years in Springfield, Ohio.

Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Linda Johnson of Springfield, Ohio., Sandra Hawkins, of Springfield, Ore., Shirley Ford of Great Falls, Mont., and Judith Mohn of Wasilla, Alaska; a son, Robert of Wasilla; five brothers, William of McGregor, Minn., Eugene of Dover Foxcroft, Maine, Herbert of Dublin, Ohio, James of New Carlisle, Ohio, and David of Springfield, Ohio; 15 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.

No services are planned. American Burial & Cremation Alternatives in Springfield is in charge of arrangements.
Hayes, Wesley
Friday, March 19, 2004
The Springfield News (Springfield, OR)
Jan. 20, 1918-March 15, 2004

Wesley Silas Hayes, 86, of Springfield, has died of age-related causes.

Born in Weiser, Idaho, to William G. and Mary E. (Elkens) Hayes, he married Wynema G. Tennent on Oct. 24, 1941, in Springfield.

He worked in the plywood mill at Georgia Pacific and for 10 years as a custodian at Lane Community College.

He was an artist and enjoyed drawing as well as golfing and fishing. He was a member of Norkenzie Church of Christ.

In addition to his wife, survivors include three sons: Kenneth Hayes of Lamar, Colo., Jerry Hayes of Veneta and Phillip Hayes of Springfield; one daughter: Sharon Hume of Eugene; two sisters: Marguerite Kelso and Norma Hayes of Springfield; as well as five grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

A funeral is planned for 11 a.m. Friday, March 19 at Major Family Funeral Home. Burial is at Springfield Memorial Gardens.

Memorial contributions may be made to Norkenzie Church of Christ.
Hayes, Vadrian
Wednesday, March 3, 2004
The Springfield News (Springfield, OR)
July 9, 1923-Feb. 27, 2004

Vadrian "Vade" "Doc" O. Hayes, 80, of Eugene, has died of respiratory problems.

He was born in Goshen to Charles and Elfay (King) Hayes.

He graduated from Pleasant Hill High School. He lived in Arizona and California but lived most of his life in this area.

He worked in car sales. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, traveling and playing cards. He was a member of the Moose Lodge and the Elks Lodge.

Survivors include three sons: Norval Hayes of Springfield, Rick Hayes of Eugene and Larry Hayes of Lake Oswego; one brother: David Hayes of California; one sister, Jessie Chruszch of Junction City; as well as two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

No service is planned. Chapel of Memories Funeral Home in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Lane County Hospice.
Hayfield, P. E.

Saturday, May 6, 1887

The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)

Fatal Accident

It becomes out painful duty to chronicle the accidental death of Mr. E. P. Hayfield, which occurred last Wednesday morning at 2 a.m.  Our informant gives us the following particulars of the accident: The deceased and a Mr. Smith were engaged in cutting ash timber in the bottom near his farm about noon last Tuesday.  They cut down a tree and in falling one of its limbs caught on another tree which was half rotten, several feet away, and broke it off and threw it over near the stump of the fallen tree, one of its limbs about four inches in diameter, striking Mr. Hayfield on the head smashing his skull at the base and throwing him unconscious to the ground.  Aid was summoned by Mr. Smith and he was borne to his father’s house where he lingered unconscious until Wednesday morning when he peacefully passed away.  Dr. Sharples was sent for immediately after the accident and on his arrival did what he could to alleviate the sufferings of the unfortunate young man.

Mr. Hayfield was about 30 years of age, an exemplary young man, beloved by many friends and acquaintances.  He was buried in the cemetery on his father’s farm Thursday afternoon the funeral being attended by a large concourse of people of that neighborhood.

Hayner, Ethel Monday, February  26, 1979 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYNER - Ethel Beatrice Hayner of 191 Monroe, Eugene, passed away February 26, 1979 at the age of 64.  Funeral arrangements entrusted to CHAPEL OF MEMORIES FUNERAL HOME, 3745 West 11th Avenue, Eugene.
Hayner, Ethel Tuesday, February  27, 1979 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYNER - Ethel Beatrice Hayner of 191 Monroe, Eugene, passed away February 26, 1979 at the age of 64.  She was born June 5, 1914 in Berthold, North Dakota and was married July 31, 1941 in Seattle, Washington, to William Dean Hayner.  She had lived in the Eugene area for 30 years.  She was the first woman to graduate from the Eugene Barber College.  After graduation in 1962 she worked continuously in the barber profession.  She was an active church member and Sunday school teacher in the River Road Baptist Church.  She is survived by her husband, William of Eugene; 4 children: Carol June McCallister of Springfield, Warren W. Hayner of Eugene, Roger O. Hayner of Florence, and Wayne R. Hayner of Eugene; 1 brother Warren Meyer of Everett, Washington; 1 sister, Gail Meyer of Seattle, Washington; 6 grandchildren.  A graveside service will be Wednesday, February 28, at 10:30 a.m. in Lane Memorial Gardens with a memorial service following at 1 p.m. in the River Road Baptist Church, 1105 River Road, Eugene, with Pastor Ben Janz and Pastor Greg Sanders officiating.  In lieu of flowers, family requests that contributions in her memory be made to the River Road Baptist Church Christian Education Department.  CHAPEL OF MEMORIES FUNERAL HOME, 3745 West 11th Avenue, Eugene, in charge of arrangements.
Haynes, Dorothy Tuesday, January 1, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held Jan. 3 for Dorothy Haynes of Eugene, who died Dec. 27 of heart failure. She was 84.

Haynes was born July 17, 1917, in Dublin, N.Y., to James and Florence Petteys Starr. She graduated from William Smith College in New York in 1938. She married William Haynes in Waterloo, N.Y., on June 29, 1940. He died June 27, 1999.

She was a homemaker and taught at Onondaga Central School in Nedrow, N.Y., for many years. She was a Girl Scout leader for several years in Geneva, N.Y., El Paso, Texas, and Peoria, Ill. She was an active member of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Peoria, where she taught Sunday School. She also served as a deaconess and as president of the church's Women's Association.

She moved to Eugene in 2001.

Haynes was an amateur photographer who also enjoyed needlework, embroidering and bird watching.

Survivors include a son, William of Eugene; a daughter, Dottie Chance of Clayton, N.C.; and three grandchildren.

Thursday's service will be at 3 p.m. at the Willamette Oaks Retirement Living Community in Eugene. A second memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Peoria. Inurnment will be at Maple Grove Cemetery in Waterloo. England's Eugene Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Haynes, Evelyn Saturday, March 5, 1910 The Eugene Daily Guard (Eugene, OR)
Obituary

[Mrs. Evelyn ]Warner Haynes was [?] Chicago, Ill., where she [?]ived a High school education.  With her mother she removed to Pipestone, Minn, in 1882, and on December 24, 1884, married John H. Haynes.  Subsequently she and her only son, Harold, lived many years at Clear Lake, S.D., and came to Eugene two years ago.

Mrs. Haynes passed from earth on February 26, 1910, of heart failure, her death coming suddenly and without the least warning.  She had returned from the revival meeting Friday evening and retired.  Her son stepped into the room to bid her good night, and as they were conversing the heart beat failed and without word, with out struggle, the mother's spirit departed.  She had been and was happy in a true Christian life, and her death was really beautiful in its peacefulness and calmness.  As daughter, sister and mother, the deceased was among the noblest of characters, bearing burdens and serving others to an extent that would have caused many hearts to faint.

Besides her relatives, the several Plank families of this vicinity, and those of Clear Lake, S. D., and Pipestone, Minn., she leaves her son, Harold S. Haynes; her mother, Mrs. S. E. Warner, of Eugene, and only brother, A. G. Warner, of Clear Lake, S.D., who came here for the funeral.  A sad connection with this event is that in October, 1908, a sister of the deceased, Mrs. Gilson, died in this city only two weeks after arriving here, and how the sister rest side by side in the Odd Fellows' cemetery.  The funeral for Mrs. Haynes occurred Friday, March 4, 1910, at Gordon's mortuary.

The relatives of Mrs. Haynes, whose hearts are now so sad, wish to publicly express their appreciation for the kind and loving ministrations of those dear friends who have assisted so efficiently in this time of weeping and sorrow  Especially would they thank the Revs. Trimble and Wright, Professor Maltbie, of the tabernacle meetings, who sang a most effective solo, the male quartette, composed of Messrs. Ferris, Devereaux and the Ray brothers, who rendered two appropriate selections, all of whom took part in the funeral services.  Also do the relatives gratefully acknowledge the numerous floral tributes, with their burden of sympathy and love for the living.  May all these loving words and acts be rewarded by Him whose infinite power and mercy is emblazoned by that divine relation to man, without which there is no Redeemer for sinful men.

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Haynes, Joseph
Friday, April 5, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
ELMIRA - The funeral will be held April 8 for Joseph Lawrence "Joe" Haynes of Elmira, who died April 3 of age-related causes. He was 92.

Haynes was born May 14, 1909, in Walton to William and Marcy Seger Haynes. He married Nettie Williams in Eugene on March 11, 1933. She died Jan. 2, 1996.

His family lived along Haynes Creek, which was named after his father. He attended schools in Noti and Elmira. Haynes worked as a logger and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a lifetime resident of Lane County.

Survivors include two sons, Darrell of Nehalem and Arnold of Junction City; two daughters, Alita Kershner of Redmond and Joleen Mack of Elmira; 24 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; and numerous great-great-grandchildren. A daughter, Nelda Whedon died in 1982 and a son, Charles, died in 1993.

Visitation will be held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Monday's service will be held at 1 p.m., also at the mortuary. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery in Eugene.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.


Clarification - Thursday, April 11, 2002

Joseph Lawrence Haynes of Elmira died April 3 at age 92. Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene was in charge.
Haynes, Joseph Wednesday, April 10, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
ELMIRA - The funeral was held April 8 for Joseph Lawrence "Joe" Haynes of Elmira, who died April 3 of age-related causes. He was 92.

Haynes was born May 14, 1909, in Walton to William and Mary Seber Haynes. He married Nettie Williams in Eugene on March 11, 1933. She died Jan. 2, 1996.

His family lived along Haynes Creek, which was named after his father. He attended schools in Noti and Elmira. Haynes worked as a logger and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a lifetime resident of Lane County.

Survivors include two sons, Darrell of Nehalem and Arnold of Junction City; two daughters, Alita Kershner of Redmond and Joleen Mack of Elmira; 24 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. A daughter, Nelda Whedon, died in 1982 and a son, Charles, died in 1993.

Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery in Eugene. Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in Cottage Grove is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Haynes, Martha Wednesday, October 16, 1996 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A graveside service will be held today, Oct. 16, for Martha Louise "Marty" Haynes of Eugene, who died Oct. 13.  She was 89.

Haynes was born Feb. 12, 1907, in Anamoose, N.D., to William and Amanda Bendix.  She married Roy Haynes in Eugene on July 11, 1927.  He died October 26, 1991.

She lived in the area for 70 years.  During the war, Haynes worked at Eugene Filter Center and spotted and plotted area aircraft.  She enjoyed traveling to Reno, and watching bowling and baseball.

Survivors include a son, Allen of Eugene; two brothers, Paul Bendix and Vernall Bendix, both of Eugene; and a sister, Doris Tatum of Eugene.

Today's service will be at 11 a.m. at West Lawn Memorial Park in Eugene.  West Lawn Memorial Park & Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Medical Center.
Haynes, Robert Friday, January 4, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
The graveside service will be held Jan. 8 for Robert "Keith" Haynes of Eugene, who died Dec. 29 of multiple sclerosis. He was 53.

Haynes was born Aug. 1, 1948, in Eugene to Robert and Helen Kieckbusch Haynes. He graduated from North Eugene High School in 1966. He served in the Army during the Vietnam War.

He married Pamela Hegre in Eugene on July 26, 1997.

Haynes owned and operated Consolidated Lumber Company and worked as a forklift operator for Weatherly Lumber Company.

He was an avid fisherman and hunter and a member of the Eugene Eagles.

Survivors include his wife; his mother of Eugene; two sons, Ron and Brian, both of Montana; a stepdaughter, Stephanie Silani of Oak Harbor, Wash.; two stepsons, Scott Adams of Renton, Wash., and Brent Adams of Germany; two sisters, Debbie Elwell and Carol King, both of Eugene.; and eight grandchildren.

Tuesday's service will be at 11 a.m. at Sunset Hills Memorial Gardens in Eugene. Chapel of Memories Funeral Home in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Robert Keith Haynes Fund at Key Bank, 1980 River Road in Eugene.
Haynes, Susan
Monday, May 13, 1907
The Eugene Daily Guard (Eugene, OR)
Mrs. Susan Haynes, wife of Albert Haynes, died at her home at Hale Saturday evening, May 11, 1907, a the age of 35 years of age. Childbirth was the cause of death.  She leaves, besides her husband, eight children, six boys and two girls.  The funeral was held this afternoon.
Haynes, Ward
Wednesday, June 26, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
A memorial service will be held June 29 for Ward Miller Haynes of Beaverton, formerly of Eugene, who died June 15 of pneumonia. He was 73.

Haynes was born March 29, 1929, in Fort McKinley, Philippines, to Harold and Gertrude Crusius Haynes. He married Marie Jali.

He graduated from Eugene High School and then from the University of Oregon in 1951. He served in the Army and was discharged at the rank of captain. Haynes worked as a banker for U.S. Bank.

Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Monica Haynes and Tana Keenen; and one grandchild.

Saturday's service will be at 11 a.m. at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Portland. Inurnment will be at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Pegg, Paxson & Springer Funeral Chapel in Beaverton is in charge of arrangements.
Haynie, Pearl Wednesday, July 5, 1967 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYNIE - Pearl M. Haynie of 1207 Polk Street died July 4, 1967.  She was born November 9, 1885, in Halfway, Oregon, and had been a resident of this community for the past 18 years.  She was a member of the Westside Church of Christ.  Mother of Lela Ruth Robertson and Lora Maxine Copenhaver both of Eugene; sister of Vada Anable of Seattle, and Anna Wicken of Portland; grandmother of Donald L. Robertson and James D. Copenhaver both of Eugene; great-grandmother of Kevin D. and Scott L. Robertson both of Eugene.  she was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. James E. Haynie pioneer druggist of Milton-Freewater.  Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 6, at 4 p.m. in LOUSBURY-MUSGROVE FUNERAL CHAPEL.  Rev. Donald Smith officiating.  Concluding services in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Milton-Freewater at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Hays, Edith
Wednesday, March 13, 1974
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYS – Edith May Danstrom Hays of 2055 Elanco, Eugene passed away March 12, 1974.  She was born January 14, 1898 at Lowell, Indiana.  She married Walter B. Dillard in 1945 and he preceded her in 1952.  She married Chester Hays, December 20, 1956 in Eugene.  He survives her.  She had been a member of the Phythian Sisters.  Survived by her twin sister, Ethel Fay Law of Portland, Fern Rinheart of Creswell, Esther Schaber of Hubbard, Kenneth Danstrom of Creswell, and Walter Danstrom of Springfield; several nieces, nephews, and other near relatives also survive.  Preceded by a sister Edna Hawk.  Services will be held Thursday, March 14th at 1:30 p.m. in the ENGLAND FUNERAL HOME.  Dr. Carlton Buck officiating with interment in the Creswell Cemetery.
Hays, Harriet
Friday, March 1, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
OAKRIDGE - The funeral will be held March 4 for Harriet Hays of Oakridge, who died Feb. 22 of age-related causes. She was 104.

Hays was born Aug. 27, 1897, in Smith County, Kan., to William and Margaret Wright Mathes. She married James Marion Hays in Lenora, Okla., on Nov. 24, 1914. He died Aug. 13, 1976.

She graduated from high school. Hays served in the Army Air Corps as a postal clerk during World War II.

She was a member of the Oakridge Garden Club and an active member of the United Methodist Church in Oakridge. Hays served as a past matron with the Order of the Eastern Star. She lived in the area since 1945 and was known to many as Grandma.

Survivors include two sons, Marion "M.P." of Oakridge and Donal of Anchorage; and a sister, Margaret Fenton of California.

Monday's service will be at 10 a.m. at Oakridge Chapel of the Woods Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to United Methodist Church of Oakridge Endowment Fund or the Oakridge Garden Club.
Hays, Henry
Saturday, March 3, 1883
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
Obituary

Mr. Henry Hays, an aged and highly respected citizen of our county, died at his home in this city on Wednesday, Feb. 28th, at 9 o’clock A.M.  Deceased was born in Hardon county, Tennessee, in the year 1810, where his father resided until the year 1818, at which time he moved to Missouri, taking his family with him.  In 1833 deceased was married to Miss Mary Head, who survives him, and is now seventy-three years of age.  In 1852 deceased moved with his family to Oregon and located their donation land claim in Willamette precinct, where they resided for sixteen years, and have continued to reside in Lane county ever since.  Deceased was a commissary in the Rogue River Indian war of 1855.

He leaves a family of seven children, among whom are Miss Amanda L. and R. R. Hays, of this place, who have carefully cared for and assisted their parents in their old age.  He was a good man, and leaves many friends to mourn his loss.  The funeral services took place at the residence of the family at 3 o’clock P.M. Thursday, and Prof. Thos. Condon, of the State University, delivered a brief but very appropriate address, after which the remains were given up to their last sad resting place in the Odd Fellows’ cemetery.
Hays, Infant
Saturday, September 13, 1879
The Eugene City Guard (Eugene, OR)
An infant daughter of Mr. Wm. Hays died last Sunday.
Hays, John
Friday, October 23, 1925
The Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR)
J. C. Hayes Dies -

Funeral services for John Melvin Hayes, who died at the Mercy Hospital yesterday will be arranged by an undertaker in Junction City, It was announced today at the Branstetter chapel. He had resided in Junction City for many years, where he has many friends, He is survived by five children, three sisters and two brothers.

[Note: He was born 1861, OR; Mercy Hospital was located near 21st & Willamette Sts, west side of Willamette, across from Civic Stadium; originally known as Eugene General Hospital, built 1907, sold in 1912 to Catholic Sisters of Mercy and run until 1928 when Sacred Heart Hospital was established.  Building sat empty and was razed in 1940.]

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Hays, Lawrence
Saturday, May 18, 1985
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYS – Chester Hays of 2055 Elanco Avenue, Eugene, died May 16, 1985 at the age of 92.  He was born November 26, 1892 in Junction City, Oregon.  On December 20, 1956 he married Edith Danstrom, she preceded him in death March 12, 1974.  In 1946 he retired from Weyerhauser in Klamath Falls and moved to Eugene.  He was a kind man who enjoyed flowers, fishing and hunting.  He served in the US Army during World War I.  He is survived by his brothers Edward Hays of Portland, Rice Hays of Saginaw, Oregon, and several nieces and nephews.  Graveside service will be Monday, May 20, at 11 a.m. at the Creswell Cemetery with Reverend Norm few officiating.  ENGLAND’S EUGENE MEMORIAL CHAPEL in charge of arrangements.
Hays, Marion
Thursday, April 11, 2002 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
OAKRIDGE - A memorial service will be held April 12 for Marion Paul "M.P." Hays of Oakridge, who died April 4 of age-related causes. He was 83.

Hays was born Sept. 7, 1918, in Smith Center, Kan., to Marion and Harriet Mathis Hays. He graduated from high school and attended one year of college in Kansas.

He married Doris Hart in Reno, Nev., on April 7, 1961.

From 1944 to 1952, Hays lived in Oakridge. He lived in Veneta for 20 years, then moved back to Oakridge.

Hays worked as an electrician.

His interests included building and flying airplanes. He earned a pilot's license in 1939 and later was a civilian teacher for the Air Force.

Hays, a Mason for 55 years, formerly belonged to the Oakridge Masonic Lodge. He was a current member of the Creswell Masonic Lodge.

Survivors include his wife; a son, James of St. David, Ariz.; a daughter, Sandra Butcher of Eugene; a brother, D. Gene Hays of Anchorage; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A grandson, James Hays, died previously.

Friday's service will be at 11 a.m. at Oakridge Chapel of the Woods Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of choice.
Hays, Midge
Saturday, July 12, 1969
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYS--Midge Hays of Route 1, Cottage  Grove,  passed  away Saturday, July 12, 1959, at the age of 76.  Funeral arrangements are pending at MILLS MORTUARY, Cottage Grove.

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Hays, Midge Monday, July 14, 1969
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYS -- Midge Hays, late of Cottage Grove, passed away Saturday, July 12, 1969 at the age of 76.  She  was born  at Blachley,  October  20,  1892. Was married to Rice William Hays in  Washington  in  1910. Resident of Cottage Grove for the past 32 years, having come from  the Junction City  area.

Besides her husband she is survived by two daughters: Janet Treadwell, Cottage Grove, Ruth Borgaard, Junction City; a  son,  Jim  Hays,  Cottage Grove; eight grandchildren, nine  great-grandchildren; a sister,   Grace Moody of Los Angeles. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, July 15,  at 2:30  p.m.  at  MILLS  MORTUARY, Cottage Grove.  Interment, Lane Memorial Gardens, Eugene.


[Note: she was called Florence CAMPBELL on 1910 Census before marrying November 16 1910, Vancouver, Clarke, Washington (Yes there was an "e" on Clark at that time)]

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Hays, Rice
Wednesday, October 8, 1986
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAYS -- Rice W. Hays, 95, of 1340 Birch Ave., Cottage Grove, died Oct. 7. Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Home, Cottage Grove, in charge of arrangements.

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Hays, Rose
Saturday, March 8, 1902
Junction City Times (Junction City, OR)
Died - In this city March 5, 1902, Mrs.  John Hays,  aged 31 years, 11 months and 12 days. She had only been sick nine days, when the dread summons came. She leaves a husband and five children and a large number of friends to mourn her death. Services were held at the residence by Rev. McFarland Thursday afternoon. The remains were interred in Odd Fellows' cemetery.

[Note: Cemetery now known as Rest Lawn Memorial Park.  She was Rose Ella HARPOLE born March 20 1869, OR, daughter of Peter Harpole.]

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Hays, Ruth
Sunday, May 19, 2002
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
COTTAGE GROVE - Ruth E. Hays of Cottage Grove died May 15 of cancer. She was 73.

Hays was born Feb. 4, 1929, in Los Angeles to Ernest and Bertha Ralston. She married Guy Oliver in Oakridge on April 13, 1992.

She attended a Bible college for two years. She was a housewife and had worked at Bell Laboratories. Before moving to Cottage Grove, she lived in Oakridge. She had received an award from the Oakridge City Council.

She enjoyed walking, sewing, cooking and spending time with her family.

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Dan van Leeuwen of Redmond, Wash., and Monte van Leeuwen of Aurora, Ill.; three brothers, Ben Ralston, Ray Ralston and Bob Ralston; two sisters, Lily Hultgren and Rose Brown; and three grandchildren.

No service is planned. Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel in Cottage Grove is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of McKenzie-Willamette Hospital.
Hazelton, Albert
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
The Springfield News (Springfield, OR)
Nov. 27, 1929-Dec. 25, 2003

Albert H. "Alby" Hazelton, 74, of Springfield has died.

Born in Toledo to Ralph and Leona Hazelton, he married Janet Roberge on Dec. 9, 1947, in Lincoln County. She died Jan. 1, 1972.

Before moving to Springfield, he lived in Toledo, Blodgett and Nashville, Tenn.

He quit school in the ninth grade and worked for logging companies until he saved enough money to start his own company. He operated Hazelton Logging, becoming one of the first skyline logging companies in Oregon.

Survivors include two sons: Kenny Hazelton and Robert Hazelton, both of Blodgett; three brothers: Arnold Hazelton of Blodgett, Tucky Hazelton of Oregon and Gordy Hazelton of Oregon; two sisters: Lois of Oregon and Cheri of Alabama; as well as 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

A son, Charlie Hazelton, died previously.

No services are planned. Andreason's Cremation & Burial is in charge of arrangements.
Hazleton, Dora
Wednesday, October 3, 1951
The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Dora C. Hazelton, 1253 W. 11th Ave., Eugene – daughter of Lane county pioneers – died Wednesday, Oct. 3, 1951, at the age of 88.

She was born in Creswell Nov. 27, 1862, to W. J. J. and Surena Scott.  She was a life-long resident of the area, marrying C. G. Hazelton in Creswell Sept. 6, 1885.  He died in 1915.  She was a member of the Eugene Methodist Church.

Surviving are two daughters, Nieta Jones, Eugene, and Hazel Maltably, Oregon City; a sister, Mrs. M. L. Dersham, Creswell; a brother, R. F. Scott, also of Creswell; seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Duneral services will be announced by Bartholomew-Buell Chapel.
Hazleton, Dora Friday, October 5, 1951 The Eugene Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
HAZLETON - Dora C. Hazleton of 1253 W. 11th passed away Wednesday, Oct. 3, 1951, at the age of 88. She was born in Creswell, Ore., Nov. 27, 1862, of pioneer parents, W.J.J. and Surena Scott. She has been a resident of Oregon her entire life, having lived in Eugene for the past 27 years. She was married to C.C. Hazleton in Creswell, Ore., Sept. 6, 1885. Mr. Hazleton preceded her in death July 8, 1915. She was a member of the Methodist Church in Eugene. She is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Nieta Jones, of Eugene, Ore., Mrs. Hazel Maltby, Oregon City, Ore.; 1 sister, Mrs. L.M. Dershan, Creswell, Ore.; 1 brother, R.F. Scott, Creswell, Ore.; 7 granddaughters; 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Bartholomew-Buell Chapel Friday, Oct. 5, at 10:00 a.m. Rev. Berlyn Farris officiating, with interment at the Creswell Cemetery.
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