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Montgomery Cemetery ~ Hattie Nevada McBeth ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Hattie Nevada McBeth
MAIDEN NAME: Sullivan AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 7 Aug 1870 DIED: 14 Jun 1928 BURIED: 16 Jun 1928 (Montgomery Cemetery)
BIRTH PLACE:  Lewisville, Polk Co., Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Dallas, Polk Co., Oregon

MARRIAGE - Samuel McBeth & Hattie Sullivan md 16 Feb 1898, Polk Co., Oregon.
1900 OR CENSUS - Hattie Nevada McBeth, age 30, b. Aug 1869 in Oregon, is enumerated with her husband of 3 years, Samuel , age 42, occupation farmer, b. Aug 1857 in Illinois, son John Floyd, age 1, b. Jan 1899 in Oregon. They are enumerated in the home of Samuel's mother Elizabeth, age 69, widowed, mother of 6, b. Sep 1830 in Ohio, along with Alfred McBeth, age 46, single, occupation farmer, b. Feb 1854 in Illinois. 
1910 OR CENSUS - Hattie N. McBeth, age 40, mother of 5, b. Oregon, is enumerated with her husband of 12 years, Samuel, age 50, occupation farmer, b. Illinois, along with John F., age 11, b. Oregon, Ira D., age 9, b. Oregon, Hattie E., age 7, b. Oregon, William S., age 4, b. Oregon, and Mary G., age 2, b. Oregon.
DISCREPANCY - DC gives year of birth as 1870, 1900 Census record gives year of birth as 1869.
DISCREPANCY - Middle name is given as Nevada in 1900 census record, but DC gives middle initial as "M".


OSBH DC (Polk County 1928) #68 - Hattie M. McBeth, female, married, b. 7 Aug 1870 in Lewisville, Oregon, d. 14 Jun 1928 in Dallas, Oregon (Dallas Hospital) at the age of 57 y's 10 m's 7 d's, name of father Thomas Sullivan, b. Missouri, maiden name of mother Hooker, (b. Oregon), interment: 16 Jun 1928, undertaker C.W. Henkle, informant J.F. McBeth.


Mrs Samuel McBeth (Hattie Sullivan) was born at Lewisville August 7, 1870, and died at the Dallas hospital June 14. She was married to Samuel McBeth over 30 years ago. With the exception of a few years spent at Independence she had lived her entire life near Lewisville, her last home being in McTimmonds Valley. Mrs McBeth had a siege of the flue this spring, and it is believed her death was caused from after-effects of that disease. She is survived by her widowed, Samuel McBeth; three sons, John, Ira and William; three daughters, Mrs John Lewis, MrsPete Burbank and Margaret McBeth; three brothers, George, Ira and Tom Sullivan,a nd four sisters, Mrs Julia Miller, Mrs Jennie Ashford, Mrs Wilbur Rhodes and Mrs Charlie Trueax. A large crowd of old neighbors and friends attended the funeral at the Montgomery Saturday. Rev Ballantyne conducted the services.
Itemizer Observer, Thursday, June 21, 1928, 9:3

Mrs Hattie McBeth, wife of Sam McBeth of McTimmonds Valley, died in the Dallas hospital on Thursday of last week. Funeral services were held at the Montgomery cemetery, Saturday afternoon, in charge of .W. Henkle, with Rev V.A. Balentyne officiating. Mrs McBeth was 57 years old and was born in Polk county where she had spent practically her entire life. Beside the husband she is survived by three sons and three daughters: Mrs John Lewis, Lewisville; Mrs Peter Burbank, Pedee; Marguerite, at home, John, Ira andWilliam. Mrs McBeth was a woman hend in very high esteem. She led an exceedingly active life, a sunny disposition, and had been in robust health until an attack of the influenza a few months ago. She did not regain her health and was taken to the Dallas hospital for treatment shortly preceding her death. There were beautiful flowers and many sorrow friends at the burial service, indicative of the niche she had filled in the affairs of the community where she had resided for many years. Mr McBeth is a brother of C. McBeth of Independence.
Independence Enterprise, Friday, June 22, 1928, 2:2




Saucy Survey & Photographs
OSBH DC (Polk County 1928) #681900 
Polk Co, Oregon, Marriage Records, Vol 5
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co., Independence, ED 175, sheet 7A) 
1910 OR CENSUS (Linn Co., Sodaville, ED 192, sheet 10A)
Itemizer Observer, 21 June 1928, 9:3
Independence Enterprise, 22 June 1928, 2:2


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