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John LaFayette Wagner

Robert Lee Wagner

James Hayes

Holland Burials

Davis Obits  

Westman Obit 

Andrew F. Hansen


Elias Snyder





Link to Robyn Greenlund's posting of Tommy Barklow letters

Link to A.H. Hinch story of 1854 murders of Venerable & Burton

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    John LaFayette Wagner was born near Taylorville, Johnson county, Tenn., Dec. 11, 1848 and died in Myrtle Point, Coos county, Jan 3, 1917 at the age of 68 years 3 days.  He was the son of David Wagner who moved to North Caroline immediately after the Civil War closed.  He married Miss Mary E. Horton Apr. 5, 1872 and the following day started for Oregon, where Mr. Wagner's father and mother had gone the previous year.  There were 75 people in the immigrant train with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wagner and they stopped for about a month in Jackson county in Southwest Oregon.  In August they came to the South Fork of the Coquille.  Among those of the party coming to Coos county were the Hayes, Masts and Whittingtons and others.  Mr. Wagner secured a homestead and redemption claim about 2 miles farther up the river than his father and mother located and a number of years later purchased from his father the Donation Land Claim which David Wagner located in 1871, and upon which the town of Powers is now situated, Mr. Wagner having sold to the Smith Timber Co., in July 1912 and in the fall of that year moved to Myrtle Point.  What is now Powers was known as Wagner till it was found that another postoffice bore the same name which conflicted.  For a  number of years the post office was known as Rural, Oregon, and was at the Wagner home.  Mr. and Mrs. Wagner are the parents of 10 children:  Lee of Powers, Mrs. Fannie Crunk of Bancroft, Charles now in Alaska, Mrs. Dollie Barre of Bandon, John who died in Oct. 1915, Mrs. Alice Evernden of Bridge; Sterling of Powers, Mrs. Nellie Briggs of Myrtle Point , Glenn and Wilbur of Powers.  His wife and 9 children survive.  Buried in the Myrtle Point cemetery.
        -- Myrtle Point Enterprise, Jan 14, 1917

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Robert Lee Wagner, one of Curry county's prominent citizens, died in Myrtle Point Apr. 21, 1938.  Son of Daniel and Mary Wagner, he was born in Valley Crusis, N.C. Oct. 11, 1871.   With his parents and an older sister, Emma, he arrived in Coos county June
1, 1871 and resided in Coos and Curry counties for 66 years.  Married Oct. 24, 1897 to Oma L. McCracken at Marshfield, Oregon.  To them was born 5 children; Mrs. Gertrude Zumwalt, Sixes; Mrs. Vera Sutton, Gold Beach; Clyde and Paul of Port Orford and Clarence of Portland.  Robert was the first from the family of 8 children to die and is survived by Mrs. Emma Hermann, Broadbend; Jas. Tice Wagner, Ontario; Mrs. Ella Strang, Coquille; Mrs. Lillie Dement, Powers; Mrs. Elizabeth Lett and Mrs. Sara McCloskey both of Norway and half brother, Dan Marsters of Eugene; 9 grandchildren.
He was a butcher by trade and operated a meat market in Myrtle Point for a number of years.  About 24 years ago he moved in Curry county and purchased a large dairy farm on Elk river near Port Orford where he an dhis 2 sons have farmed since.  At the time of his death he was a County Commissioner of Curry county and president of the Fair Board and other community offices.

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James Hayes, Native of Tennessee, Died Friday Following Long Illness
Wife and Seven Children Survive -- Funeral Monday Attended by many Friends and Relatives
After an illness of about a year, his latter days being full of suffering, James David Hayes died Friday evening at his house on Sixth street, heart disease being the cause of death.  The body was removed to the Schroeder funeral chapel where the funeral was held at 2 o'clock Monday, attended by a large concourse of friends of this pioneer family.  Elder Tommy Barklow, a life-long friend of the deceased, spoke the last comforting words to the bereaved and burial was in Norway cemetery.  Elder Barklow pointed out that Mr. Hayes was not a member of any church or secret order, but that he was a believer in every thing that was good, and as proof of this he said Mr. Hayes had read the Bible through twelve times and was well posted as to its teachings.
    James David Hayes was born in Jackson county, Tennessee, Nov. 29, 1856 being
71 years, 2  months and 11 days old.   At the age of 16 he came with his parents to Oregon, stopping in Camas valley for a short time, then on to Coos county in 1872.  Stopping at the Carmen place on Rolling prairie, they looked around for a suitable place for a home, finally locating in the North Carolina settlement on the Coquille river near Broadbent.  Here they hewed a homestead out of the forest, and the subject of this sketch a few years later, when he was 19 years of age, began the erection of a larger house, the material of which was split from logs, shaved and planed.  The building when finished was one of the finest in Coos county.  December 25, 1892 Mr.
Hayes was united in marriage with Miss Jessie Self and the couple went to
housekeeping in a home of their own on Rolling prairie, where they continued to live until 1924, when they moved to their present home on Sixth streen in Myrtle Point.  To the union seven children were born, three boys and four girls.  All were here at the funeral Monday excepting the youngest daughter, who lives in Louisiana.  The children are:  Mrs. Frank Neal, Everett Dale Hayes, Miss Susie Irene Hayes, Thomas Clayton Hayes and James Kermit Hayes, all of Myrtle Point;  Mrs. Juanita Marie Bartlett of Corcoran , Calif. and Mrs. J. F. Ball of Louisiana.  There are six brothers all living, and three sisters all lving in this vicinity.  They are Mrs. Calvin Gant, Mrs. Ben Gant and Mrs. Mary Hartley.
In all of Mr. Hayes intense suffering, it is said of him that he never complained.
        -- So. Coos Co. American Feb. 16, 1928

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From the Coos Bay Times, Thursday, 29 January 1942, pages 1 and 6:
'Good Boy' Hansen Dies at 81; Well-Known Drayman
   Andrew Ferdinand "Good Boy" Hansen, long-time Marshfield drayman, died at his home, 499 Elrod avenue at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday after a 10-days' illness.  The 81-year-old truck operator, known for
his remarkable vitality and strength, had worked with his truck until the day he became ill.  He could not recall any earlier sickness.
   Because of his familiar greeting "My good boy" to one and all, Hansen became known throughout the Coos Bay area as "Good Boy." He carried the incoming and outgoing mail to and from the
Marshfield post office for 35 years, 10 years before the advent of the railroad.
   At his own request, members of the Marshfield post office staff will be pallbearers at the funeral, to be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Campbell Funeral home, conducted by the Rev. W. S. Burgoyne.
Burial will be in Sunset cemetery.
   Hansen was born Oct. 27, 1860, in Denmark.  On his 81st birthday last October his family and friends celebrated the event with a party and many presents.  A new drayman's cap from the postal force was the prize gift.
   Hansen was married June 30, 1886, in Denmark to Madison Christian Jensen, who died three years ago.  Shortly after his marriage he came to this country, settling in Grant county and sending back
for his wife.  He purchased a team and the couple came across country to Marshfield, arriving in July, 1891.  After six months in the draying business, Hansen began farming on Willanch inlet,
transferring later to a Coquille river dairy ranch.  It was while the couple was living on Willanch that their three-year-old son, Henry, disappeared while playing.  No trace of the child was ever
   After two years in the livery business, "Good Boy" began a new transfer business in Marshfield in 1907, continuing it until his last illness.  He changed from horses to motor trucks in 1915.
Eight children were born to the Hansens, of whom those survivors are: Ferdinand of Portland;  Mrs. Henry Hartman, Portland;  Mrs. Harriett May Richards, Marshfield;  Mrs. Donald Corson, Linwood,
Cal.; and George Nels, Marshfield.

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contributed by Laurel Holland :
Tombstones located in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Coos Bay/Burials said to be there:
HOLLAND, baby boy, age 2m, 12/18/1904
HOLLAND, Eric, age 2y, 10/27/1912
KERRIGAN, Annie, age 55y, 1/15/1899, b. Ireland
KERRIGAN, Michael, age 85y, b. Ireland
HOLLAND, Frank, 3/25/1904, b. Scotland; died of old age
HOLLAND, Sarah, 12 May 1833 - 3 Mar 1902; b. Dudley, England; died of cancer
HOLLAND, David, age 79y, 12 Aug 1828 - 24 Apr 1907; b. Kilmarnock, Scotland; died of old age
HOLLAND, Thomas David, 3 Jul 1857 - 15 Feb 1921; bur. 10 Feb 1921 [from death cert.]

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         The funeral of Herbert C. Davis, who died at Powers last Monday, was held at the Ellingson Chapel here Wednesday afternoon and was conducted by B. L. Hicks, of the Christian Church. Mr. Davis was a member of that denomination.
Tuberculosis was the cause of his death. He had been ill for several years and last spring was sent by the Modern Woodmen to their sanitarium in Colorado, but he could not stand the high altitude and returned home three months ago.
   Mr. Davis was a woodsman for many years until compiled to give up his position with the Coos Bay Logging Co. on account of ill health.  He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his loss. They are Herbert Davis, Jr., Mrs. Pearl Luce, Mrs. Maude Bastian, Mrs. Ethel Kikkam, all of Seattle; Ralph, Beryl, Harold and Mildred Davis, all of Powers.  Mr. and Mrs. Luce and Mrs. Bastian came down for the funeral.
From the Coquille Valley Newspaper August  1927
    Mrs. Elsie Davis, widow of H. C. Davis, who died at Powers in August, past away at her home in Powers last Saturday.  Pneumonia was the cause of her death.
   The funeral services were conducted at the Ellingson Chapel, at 2 o'clock Tuesday, by B. L. Hicks, of the Christian Church, of which denomination she had been a member for over twenty-five years. Interment was in the Odd Fellows' cemetery, besides the body of her husband who preceeded her by so short a time.
   Elzada Jane Lovett was born in Harrison, Arkansas, May 14, 1879, and was 48 years, seven months and seven days of age.    She was united in marriage to H. C. Davis in Coquille, December 19, 1909.
   She is survived by her three-children, Beryl, aged 16; Harold, 12; Mildred 8; five children by a former marriage of Mr. Davis, two brothers and two sisters, of Seattle. Several of the latter were here for the funeral.
From the Coquille Valley Newspaper  November 1927

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contributed by Lisa Cerek
Oscar Robert Westman
Obituary Sept. 8, 1970

Oscar Westman
    Funeral services for Oscar R. Westman, 77, 644 Newport, Coos Bay, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Mills-Bryan Chapel, Coos Bay.  Officers of the Coos Bay Eagles Lodge will officiate.  Committal will be in Sunset Memorial Park.
    Mr. Westman died Sept. 8 in Coos Bay.  He was born Dec. 25, 1892, in Sweden.  He retired in 1958 after working for Coos Bay Lumber Co. for 45 years.  He was a veteran of World War I, a member of the Coos Bay Eagles Lodge and Linneah Lodge.
    Surviving are the widow, Myrtle, Coos Bay; sons, Robert, Klamath Falls; and Wilfred, Coos Bay; stepdaughters, Beatrice Kiley, North Bend; and Virginia Renfro, Coos Bay; a brother Henry, and sister Hilda Erickson, both of Sweden; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.  A niece, Ivy Sharp, Los Angeles, Calif., also survives.
Oscar Robert Westman is buried in Sunset Memorial Park in Coos Bay Lot 1, Block 157 Area Wildwood. The mortician was Mills-Bryan
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This is from a newspaper clipping on the death of my great grandfather, Joseph Adolf Kranick.
He and his wife, Bertha Spade Kranick, are buried in the South Coos Cemetery.  She died in 1903 and he in 1916.
  They had 3 children, Leslie, Gladys and Nellie.  Gladys and Nellie were born in Coos County.  Gladys was married there in 1917 to Herbert Bowen.
 Coos Bay News, Marshfield, Oregon, Wednesday, October 11, 1916, evening edition.
J. A. Krannick of North Bend Victim of Apoplexy
Aged Man Succumbed Probably Sunday Night-Body Discovered While Seeking Heat
J.A. Krannick, janitor of the Simpson building and First National Bank building in North Bend, was found dead in his room in the Simpson block this morning.  He was discovered by Henry Bergman, of the First National Bank of North Bend, who had gone to seek him to inquire why the furnace fire was not giving heat.
  Krannick was lying on the floor of his room in full dress.  Mr. Bergman found the door locked and when his knock was not responded to, looked over the transom, discovering the body lying on the floor.
    Wore Sunday Clothes
  Mr. Krannick was dressed in his Sunday clothes and this leads to the belief that he succumbed Sunday night.  The body was lying as though he had toppled off a chair on which he had been sitting.
  Coroner Fred Wilson who was called, after investigating fully, said that Mr. Krannick was evidently a victim of apoplexy.  He said that it would not be necessary to hold an inquest.
     Lived Alone
  Mr. Krannick lived alone.  He acted as janitor and fireman of the two buildings but owing to the mild weather, there had been no necessity of heat and so was not particularly missed until this morning.
  Mr. Krannick was about 65 years old and had been a resident of North Bend about ten years.  He has three children.  They are:
  Miss Gladys Krannick, a graduate of the North Bend high school, who now makes her home with Mrs. S. A. Yoakam on Coos River.
  Miss Nellie Krannick who is taking the nurse's course at the Sisters hospital in San Francisco.
  Leslie Krannick a member of the Bandon Coast guard crew.
        Was Ailing Sunday
  Archie Philip stated today that Sunday afternoon some of the boys saw Mr. Krannick leaning on the steps.  Someone remarked that he looked as though he was ailing.  Just then Krannick started ahead and no attention was paid to it.   He had been suffering from asthma and lung trouble and this probably induced the stroke of apoplexy.
  He had bled profusely from the mouth and nose on the floor.  The windows were open and the electric light burning and decomposition had set in, making him a ghastly sight.
  Mr. Krannick was watchman at the old North Bend Woolen Mill years ago and sometime ago worked for Mr. Philip at the Tar Heel camp.
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The following obit was provided by Stephen & Sheila Schneider <>of Howe, Oklahoma

Elias Snyder came here from Wichita, kansas, 7 years ago, and resided here continuously since. He was 69 years and 9 months old at the time of his death. His Wife died many years ago while they were living in St. Joseph, Mo. He leaves 4 sons, A. E. (Arthur) Snyder of Myrtle Point; Fred Snyder of Stockton, Calif.; Bee Snyder and Perry Snyder both in service in France. Also one daughter, Mrs. Chas. A. Wolfe of Minneapolis, Minn. The oldest son A. E. Snyder is a Spanish War veteran. Mr. Snyder was a Civil War Veteran and a member of the G.A.R.
Southern Coos County American, Oct 24, 1918.
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North Bend Resident Buried Here Tuesday
John N. Hosking of North Bend was buried in the Bandon cemetery Tuesday afternoon, the body having been brought from North Bend.  Rev. A. Haberly, the Presbyterian minister who married Mr. and Mrs. Hosking, officiated at the funeral.  Mr. Hosking died Saturday morning at the age of 64.  He was born in Pennsylvania and came west as a young man.  For a number of years he lived in Bandon, going from here to North Bend where he engaged in business.
Published in the Marshfield newspaper, about March 8, 1933.  John Hosking died March 4, 1933.
Last Rites Held for Miss Hosking
North Bend, Oreg., Jan. 2, 1930. - The funeral of Miss Hazel Hosking of North Bend was held today at the Presbyterian Community church, at 1:30 o'clock.  The Rev. J.E. Snyder preached the funeral sermon.  Pallbearers were fellow employes of the Mountain States Power company, from the Marshfield office.
The body was taken to Bandon for burial in the family plot and services at the grave were conducted by the Rev. Duncan, Presbyterian minister of Bandon.
Miss Hosking, 25-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Hosking of North Bend, died Wednesday morning at the Portland Open Air Sanitarium, at Milwaukie, where she had been for the past six months.  Mrs. Hosking, who arrived just before her death, returned home with the body yesterday.
The general regret occasioned in the community at her passing was evidenced by the large attendance at the funeral today.
William Henry Hosking the six month's old son of Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Hosking died at their home near this city Sunday.  At one o'clock at night the child was in its usual health, and about eight in the morning he was found in a very critical condition.  Medical assistance was called, but all that human skill could do was of no avail and the little one passed over about noon.  He was one of the twins which were the sunshine of the home.  Mr. and Mrs. Hosking will have the sincere sympathy of a large circle of friends in their time of sorrow.
B.R.  (ed. Bandon Register?) 3 February 1910
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John Lamont Was Born In Canada Nearly 90 Years Ago
Father of Mrs. T.T. Hill Taken by Heart Attack - Sailed the Seven Seas in Youth and Joined Immigrant Company at San Francisco for Coos Bay.
John Lamont, one of the oldest and best known early pioneer of Coos county died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. T.T. Hill, south of Bandon, Wednesday, November 6, at the age of 89 years, seven months and 23 days.  A heart attack brought the end suddenly and he was dead before a physician could reach his bedside.
John Lamont was born on Prince Edwards Island, Canada, March 13, 1840.  During his early life he followed the sea and was familiar with all of the important seaports of the world at that time.  Tiring of the sea he left his ship in San Francisco and joined a company of immigrants coming to Coos Bay.  He took up a preemption claim at Coaledo.
In the early eighties he settled on a homestead on Johnson creek south of the present city of Bandon which at that time was only a trading post.  With the exception of five years spent in California he has lived there ever since, for the past six years making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hill on a part of the old home place.
Mr. Lamont was married in 1873 to Mary Simmons,  She died in 1904 and the following children survive: James H. Lamont of Florida, Mrs. Margaret Hill of Bandon, Mrs. Isabel Hosking of North Bend, and Mrs. Amy Louise Steele of Eugene.
Funeral services will be held at the Schroeder and Gano chapel in Bandon Friday afternoon, November 8, at 2 o'clock.
7 November 1929
Laid to Rest.
The remains of Mrs. John Lamont arrived here last Monday on the steamer Elizabeth, from San Francisco, and were taken to the Presbyterian Church, at which place the funeral discourse was preached, on Tuesday, at 2 o'clock, and from whence the body was conveyed to the cemetery for burial.
Death occurred at 4:30 o'clock, Oct. 4th, (1904) in the afternoon, at San Francisco, and the body was embalmed there and prepared for the voyage back and for burial.  The remains looked very natural and were in a good state of preservation, showing that the undertaker was very proficient in his art.
Rev. Hdansaker, of Coquille City, delivered the funeral discourse and administered in the rites of burial.  James H. Lamont, who was at Big Sandy, Montana, returned home as soon as he received word of his mother's death, but did not arrive until Tuesday evening, after the funeral had taken place.
Deceased was born at Wintersett, Iowa, Feb. 13th, 1847.  Came to Oregon in July, 1871, and was married in January, 1872, in Coos, and lived ten years at Coaledo before moving to Bandon.  Besides her husband and children, she has left many friends who will cherish her memory as a kind friend, a good neighbor, and an upright woman.
"No one hears the door that opens When they pass beyond recall;
Soft as loosened leaves of roses, One by one our loved ones fall."
Elderly Woman Struck by Car Dies in Hospital
Mrs. Margaret Lamont Hill, 71 years, 7 months and 19 days, died within an hour after being struck by a car, at the Harlem street cutoff, driven by Dale Younce as he was coming down 101 highway in East Bandon Tuesday evening ( 26 March 1946) at about 7:15.  Mrs. Hill, according to reports, apparently stepped out of this blind street without noticing the on-coming car.  She was rushed to the nearest hospital, Belle Knife in Coquille, and passed away at eight o'clock without regaining consciousness.  Driver of the car is a young man recently discharged from the service. 
Margaret Lamont Hill was born in Toledo (ed. note - should be Coaledo), Oregon, August 7, 1874.  She spent most of her life here in this community.
Mrs. Hill is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Isabell Hosking, of North Bend; Mrs. Louise Bolinger, of Portland; and a brother Sumner (ed. note - James) Lamont, of Sumner, Wash.; four nephews and one neice.
Funeral services will be from the Presbyterian church, Friday afternoon, March 29, (1946) at two o'clock, Rev. E.E. Rosenkilde officiating.  Interment will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery.
Thomas T. Hill obituary, 26 October 1944
Thomas T. Hill, 83, passed away October 21 at the county hospital where he was taken a week ago.  Mr. Hill was born in 1861 at Hendersonville, North Carolina, and came to this community in 1910, farming a small place, Hillcrest, south of Bandon.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret, of Bandon; two daughters, Mrs. Carl Hennig, of Grass Valley, Cal. and Mrs. Pat Doyle, Sacramento Cal.; one brother Michael Hill of Spokane; one sister, Mrs. Ellen Laughter, of Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Funeral services were held Octo. ?? at the Presbyterian church, Bandon, with interment at Odd Fellows cemetery.  The Rev. E.E. Rosenkilde officiated.  The daughters came to Bandon to attend the funeral; also Mrs. Hill's sister, Mrs. Isabel Hosking, of North Bend, and two sons, Neil Hosking and Don Hosking of Marshfield.
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M.T. "Dugan' Harrington
Services were held Saturday for M.T. Harrington, Bandon, resident since 1940 who died April 17 [1985] at the age of 77.
Born June 10, 1907 in Myrtle Point, he was a life member of the Ringhorn? Masonic Lodge in Powers. He and Mike Ray logged together for 25 years prior to his retirement.
He leaves his wife, Beverly and a son, Michael, both of Bandon; a daughter, Pat Peterson of Juneau, Alaska; his mother, Kate McCullough, of Eugene; two brothers, Harry and John, both of Eugene, a sister, Hallie Harrington of Salt Lake City, Utah; six grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and numerous cousins.
He was preceded in death by a son, Ben; two brothers and a grandson.
Graveside services at the Denmark Cemetery were held with the Bandon Masonic Lodge conducting a full Masonic funeral ritual. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of one's choice.
Source: Bandon Western World, date not specified.


Pauline Rose Harrington
Nov. 29, 1908 -- March 10, 2006
At her request, no services will be held for Pauline Rose Harrington, 97, of Bandon.
Pauline was born Nov. 29, 1908 in Knox, Ind., the daughter of Alexamder and Minne Durflinger. She died March 10, 2006 in Bandon.
In 1910, she came with her parents to Oregon, where the family farmed in the Coburg area, and also where she received her education. Pauline worked for a time in a woolen mill. In 1929, she married M.T. Harrington. She moved to Bandon in 1940.
Pauline is survived by her daughter, Pat Peterson; grandchildren, Franz Shindler, Catherin [sic] Cooper, Sarah Hakanson, Mary Shindler, Will Shindler and Rachel Hernandez, 12 great grandchildren; and eight great-great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her son, Ben; grandson Michael; and all of her seven brothers and sisters.
Source: Bandon Western World, Thursday, March ?? 2006


Mickey Shindler Dies in Portland; Services Saturday
Eighteen-year-old Michael Otto (Mickey) Shindler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franz Shindler, died late Tuesday afternoon at the University of Oregon Medical Hospital in Portland, Oregon, following a lengthy illness.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. John's Episcopal Church with the Rev. James K.. Lloyd officiating.
The young man was born Feb. 20, 1988, in Bandon and had resided here all his life. He attended Bandon High School and was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Frank (Bo) Jr., and William; and four sisters, Catherine, Sarah, Mary and Rachel; grandparents, Mrs. Geneva Shindler and Mr. and Mrs. M.T. Harrington, all of Bandon, and a great- grandmother who resides in Eugene.
Source: Bandon Western World, date not specified.
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Lula Davis Sherman  1867-1909. She is right next door to  James H. and Betty E. Sherman.

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