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Smith Cemetery ~ Emma Rosella Osborn ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Osborn, Emma Rosella
LAST NAME: Osborn FIRST NAME: Emma MIDDLE NAME: Rosella NICKNAME: 
MAIDEN NAME: Dorton AKA 1: McCormack AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
GENDER: F TITLE: 
BORN: 17 Jan 1858 DIED: 1 Apr 1914 BURIED: 3 Apr 1914 ~ Smith Cemetery
OCCUPATION:  
BIRTH PLACE:  Indiana
DEATH PLACE: Lewisville, Polk Co, Oregon
NOTES: 
Name of Father: John Dorton Maiden Name of Mother: Ellen Redd Parents are buried in Ballston Cemetery 1st MARRIAGE - to --- McCormack 2nd MARRIAGE - to Eugene C. Osborn 1900 OR CENSUS - Emma Osborn (b Jan 1858, Indiana, mother of 10 children, 10 living), enumerated with husband Eugene C. (b Aug 1857, IL, married 11 years) and 6 children, Wesley S. (b Oct 1889, NE), Charles E. (b May 1891, NE), Loid F. (b Oct 1893, NE), Emma L. (b Mar 1894, NE), Martha F. (b June 1896, NE) & Werner (b Dec 1898, NE)
DEATH CERTIFICATE: 
OSBH DC (1914 Polk co) #1073 Emma R. Osborn, female, housewife, married; b 17 Jan 1858, Ind; father John Dorton (b Ind); mother Ellen Red (b Ind); d 1 Apr 1914, 8 mi S of Dallas, age 56y 2m 15d; bur Smith cem; informant George McCormick, RFD Monmouth
OBITUARY: 
Mrs E.C. Osborne of Lewisville died suddenly April 1 of apoplexy. She leaves a husband, eleven children and a host of friends to mourn her sudden taking away. Polk County Itemizer, Thursday, April 2, 1914, 2:2 Mrs Eugene Osborne died at the family home near Lewisville, April 1, after a short illness. Funeral to be held at Lewisville church today at 1:30. Polk County Observer, Friday, April 3, 1914, 4:1
INSCRIPTION: 
Emma R. Wife of E.C. Osborn 1858-1914 [shares marker with Eugene C. Osborn]
SOURCES: 
OSBH DC (1914 Polk co) #1073 1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, FA#49) Polk County Itemizer, Thursday, April 2, 1914, 2:2 Polk County Observer, Friday, April 3, 1914, 4:1
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