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Lindeman, Laird
LAST NAME: Lindeman FIRST NAME: Laird MIDDLE NAME:  NICKNAME: 
MAIDEN NAME:  AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
GENDER: M TITLE: 
BORN: 19 Aug 1896 DIED: 1 Nov 1969 BURIED: 4 Nov 1969 ~ Smith Cemetery
OCCUPATION:  
BIRTH PLACE:  Lewisville, Polk Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co, Oregon
NOTES: 
WWI Draft Registration - Laird N. Lindeman, 21, farmer, of RFD Monmouth; b 19 Aug 1896, Lewisville, Oregon; father born South Bend, Indiana; nearest relative A.A. Lindeman, RFD Monmouth
MARRIAGE - Laird N. Lindeman & Alice Fern Butler md 20 July 1918, Benton Co, Oregon
1930 OR CENSUS - Laird N. Lindeman (33y, b Oregon, married at age 21y) enumerated with wife Alice F. (31y, b Oregon, married at age 19y) and 2 children, Elva E. (8y, b Oregon) & Leland W. (6y, b Oregon)
NOTE - wife Alice died 10 Aug 1969 at Independence, Polk Co, Oregon, and was buried at Corvallis [obit Itemizer Observer 14 Aug 1969]
DEATH CERTIFICATE: 
OBITUARY: 
Monmouth – Laird N. Lindeman, 73, Monmouth, a native of this area, died Saturday in a Salem hospital. A retired dairyman, he was born southwest of here, where he lived until 1942 when he moved to Astoria. He came here from Washington County several years ago and lived at 675 E Main St. Surviving are daughter Mrs Elva Radmaker, Portland; son Leland, Miami, Fla; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be 2 pm Tuesday in Smith Cemetery, Rev James Crumpton officiating. Parmenter mortuary, Independence, is in charge.
Oregon Statesman, Sunday, November 2, 1969, 32:2

Laird N. Lindeman, 73, 675 E Main St, Monmouth, died Saturday in a Salem hospital. He was born in Polk County and lived near Maple Grove until 1942 when his dairy farm was absorbed by Camp Adair. He moved to Astoria and then returned to Monmouth from Washington county several years ago. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Elva Radmaker, Portland; a son, Laird, Miami, Florida; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. His wife, Alice, died in July 1969. Graveside services were Tuesday in Smith cemetery, Monmouth with Rev James Crumpton officiating. Parmenter mortuary was in charge of the services. 
Itemizer Observer, Thursday, November 13, 1969, 3:3-4
INSCRIPTION: 
Laird N. Lindeman
1896-1969
SOURCES: 
WWI Draft Registration Card (Ancestry.com)
Benton Co, Oregon, Marriage Records
1930 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Lewisville, ED 35, sheet 1A)
Oregon Statesman, Sunday, November 2, 1969, 32:2
Itemizer Observer, Thursday, November 13, 1969, 3:3-4
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