Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  


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Backlund, Carl:  (burial:  Davenport City) “Carl J Backlund; Died: Feb 17, 1947” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Badgley, Eva E Lowary:  (1904-1986) “Funeral services were Tuesday, Dec 30 at Davenport Presbyterian Church for Eva Badgley, of Davenport. She was 82. Mrs Badgley was born April 25, 1904, in Davenport, to Frank Lowry and the former Dora Kennedy, the eighth of 10 children. The family farmed at Bluestem, and she attended Davenport High School. After graduating from Davenport and then Cheney Normal School, she taught school at Bonners Ferry, Idaho, where she married Vernon Badgley on Nov 22, 1924. The two of them moved back to Davenport not long afterwards, where they remained. She passed away Dec 23, 1986, in Lake Havasu, AZ. She was a member of the Davenport Rebekah Lodge and Davenport Presbyterian Church, where she had served as a Deacon. She is survived by her sons, James of Federal Way, Dale, of Wilbur, and Wayne, of Davenport; daughters Betty Fuzzell, of Seattle; Shirley Webb, of Davenport, and Nyla Dewey, of Beluga, Alaska; 20 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Vernon in 1982, and daughter Helen, and son Melvin. Services were officiated by Rev Jeff Callender, of Davenport Presbyterian Church, with Sarah Jane Johnson, organist, and Gaynor Guell, soloist. Pall bearers included Bob Luiten, Robert Buck, Richard Buck, Larry Doty, Don Larson, and Lyle Buchanan.” (Davenport Times:  1-01-1987) 


Badgley, Hailey Brooke:  (d. 1982)  “Graveside services were held Nov 9 for Hailey Brooke Badgley, daughter of Buck and Laurie Badgley of Portland. The infant, a stillborn is survived by paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wayne Badgley of Davenport. The infant is also survived by maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lynn Schliecker of Hood River, OR, great grandparents, Mr and Mrs Howard Wahl, Mr and Mrs Eva Badgley, Mr and Mrs Charles Schliecker of Lakeport, CA, Mr and Mrs Rufus Courtney of San Jose, CA; numerous uncles, aunts and cousins. The baby was stillborn on Nov 4 and services were performed by the Rev Stanley Williamsen of the Davenport Zion Lutheran Church.” (Davenport Times:  11-11-1982) 


Badgley, Helen Marie:  (1925-1948) “Helen Badgley. May 24, 1948, member of Christian Church”  (Presbyterian Ledger; date does not specify if death or funeral) “Helen Marie Badgley; Died: May 21, 1948” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Badgley, Jeanne A:  (1937-1994)  “Funeral service for longtime area resident Jeanne Badgley of Davenport will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the chapel of Strate Funeral Home, with pastors Fritz Brandenburg and Phil Falk officiating. Interment will be at Davenport’s Mountain View Cemetery. Mrs Badgley, 56, died Sept 19 in Spokane.  A 1955 graduate of Harrington High School, she was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, TOPS, and the Lincoln County Election Board. She also was an active member of the Davenport Volunteer Fire Dept.  Mrs Badgley is survived by her husband, Wayne, at the home; two sons and their wives, Buck and Wallie Badgley, and John and Barbara Badgley, all of Davenport; one daughter and her husband, Jenny and Bob Cate of Davenport; two brothers and their wives, Jerry and Shirley Wahl of Davenport; and Jack and Sheryl Wahl of Clayton; her mother, Ruth Wahl of Davenport; nine grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Howard Wahl, and one granddaughter, Hailey Brooke Badgley.”  (Dav. Times: 9-22-1994)


Badgley, Vernon: (1898-1982)  “Funeral services were held Monday, March 29, for Vernon Badgley, Davenport native who died March 24, 1982 at the age of 84.  Services were held at the First Presbyterian Church in Davenport with the Rev Donald Cornish officiating. Interment was at Mountain View Cemetery here. Badgley, born here on July 23, 1898, was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge for several years, heading its portion of the blood bank here. He was also a member of the Presbyterian church here. Badgley lived here most of his life and for a short time in Creston. He retired from the state highway department, where he worked for many years, in 1964.  Badgley is survived by his wife, Eva Badgley, at the home; three sons, Wayne Badgley of Davenport; James Badgley of Federal Way; Dale Badgley of Wilbur; three daughters, Betty Fuzzell of Seattle; Shirley Anderson of Kettle Falls; Lyla K Gulliford of Davenport; one step-sister, Lydia Buck, of Davenport; 20 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren.” (Davenport Times: 4-01-1982);  (Edit:  80th  Birthday Reunion.  “Vernon Badgley was surprised Sunday, July 23, on his 80th birthday when 60 relatives and friends gathered at the city park. Those attending were Vernon and Eva’s six children and their families: Betty and Bill Fuzzell of Seattle; Kristie, Eric and Lisa Dustin of Sumner; Darla, Kenn, Tara and Lana Strand of Auburn; Debbie Severson of Ken; Jim, Judy and Liana Badgley of Federal Way.  Others were Cara Forsberg of Seattle; Dale, Marlene and Kai Badgley of Wilbur; Corinne Badgley of Davenport; Shirley and Neil Anderson of Kettle Falls; Julie, Jeff, Nyoka and Heather McGill of Kettle Falls; Wayne, Jeanne and John Badgley of Davenport; Nyla, Gary and Traci Gulliford of Spangle.  Others attending were Vernon’s sister, Helen Haapengarmer of Spokane; Ron and Pattie Badgley of Veradale; Bill and Lydia Buck of Davenport; Jo Doty and Darren Franz of Spokane; Chuck, Kathy and Heather Doty of Davenport; Lewis and Myrtle Lowary of Davenport; Floyd and Millie Lowary and Mayme Lowary of Fairfield; Ivan Lowary of Seattle; Zona Lowary of Sumner; Leslie, Jerrine, DeRoy, Jolynn, Jolene and Delaina Lowary of Lewiston, ID; Elsie Spining of Davenport; Nettie and Frank Severson of Spokane; Isabelle Duffy of Seattle and Kerry Guinn of Seattle. The birthday cake was made by Kelly Gunderson who owns and operates the Café Rotisserie at Federal Way. Kelly is a son-in-law of Jim and Judy Badgley.”  DT: 7-27-1978) {Son, James A Badgley of Tucson, AZ died Nov 20, 2001, burial not stated.}


Bailey, Margaret Buchanan Hall:  (1884-1972);  “Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon for Margaret C Bailey.  Pall bearers included Lyle Buchanan, Neil Buchanan, Lawrence Buchanan, Larry Buchanan, Delton Rodenbough and Ed Lust.  Mrs Bailey, born in North Dakota in 1884, was buried in Mountain View Cemetery after services at Strate Funeral Home.  The daughter of Mr and Mrs James Buchanan, she was married to William Hall in Davenport in 1909. They moved to Rocklyn in 1919 and Adrian in 1926.  He died in 1933 and she married William Bailey in 1937.  Mrs Bailey moved to Davenport again in 1956 and then to the Rebekah home in Walla Walla in 1967. She died there Sunday.  Three sons—Milton Hall of Davenport; Donald Hall of Dayton, NV; and Eldreth Hall of Pinehurst, ID—survive.  Eight grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews also survive, as do Mrs Bailey’s sister, Mary Hall, and her brother, Lemual Buchanan.” (Davenport Times:  12-14-1972);  


Bair, Samuel L:  (Civil War; d. 3-27-1903, age 69); Co E 11th Iowa Inf.  “Saturday morning, Prosecuting Attorney R M Dye was notified that Samuel Bair of Larene had committed suicide. In company with Deputy Sheriff Level, he went down to the place and found it was a clear case of suicide and no inquest was required. The deceased was 69 years of age, and leaves an aged wife and four grown children. The deceased came here in Nov 1902, from Tipton, Iowa, and was an old Union Veteran, having served in Co E 11th Iowa infantry, and was unfortunate in losing an arm. He has been a great sufferer from the portion of the arm remaining, and was at times very despondent.  He was in Davenport Friday, and when he went home he loaded an old revolver that he had a owned for the past 25 years. He got up Saturday morning, lighted the fire and went to the stable, where his body was found, having shot himself with the revolver.” (Dav. Tribune: 4-02-1903)


Bair, Susan:  “Mrs Susan Bair died at her home in Larene, Wednesday, of diabetes from which she has suffered for several months. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian Church in this city this afternoon. She leaves three sons, Hobert, George and William H, all of Davenport, and two daughters, Mrs Scott Graham of Larene, and Mrs Lyons of Spokane. Mrs Bair was one of Lincoln County’s well known and beloved women, whose death will bring sorrow to a large circle of friends.” (Dav Tribune: 4-13-1911; not confirmed)


Baker, Paul:  (1941-1942); s/o Wm; “An infant son was burned to death several years ago when fire destroyed the Baker farm home just southwest of Davenport.”  (Citizen:  3-10-1944) “Paul, 11 month old son of Mr and Mrs William Baker, who farm southwest of Davenport, was burned to death last week Monday when the house in which the family resided was entirely destroyed by fire.  The mother is a deaf mute. The fire started in the kitchen where the baby was asleep in an iron crib.” (Citizen: 8-28-1942) “Paul Ellis Baker. Died: Aug 17, 1942.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Baker, William:  (1897-1944);  “William Baker, age 46, farm hand in this area for many years, was taken to Spokane by Sheriff Charles E McCaffery Tuesday of last week when he became seriously ill with pneumonia. He failed to rally and died Friday. Baker is survived by his widow, Mrs Doris Baker, and one daughter. An infant son was burned to death several years ago when fire destroyed the Baker farm home just southwest of Davenport.”  (Citizen:  3-10-1944) “Wm Baker.  Died: March 2, 1944.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Bandy, W M:  (1873-1934); “William Bandy. Died: 17 April 1934, age 60, Davenport, Lincoln Co, WA. Spouse: Lillian Bandy. Batch id # 276613.” (WA State Death Index)


Bard, Anna L Buck Allen:  (1900-1981);  “Funeral services for Anna Louise Bard, who died Feb 21, 1981 were held here Tuesday, Feb 24. Mrs Bard was born on May 30, 1900 in Davenport to Michael Buck and Kathryn Wagner. She attended school in Davenport and was baptized and confirmed in Zion Lutheran Church. Anna and Joe Allen were married on Jan 1, 1931 and they operated a grocery store in Davenport. Her husband died as a result of an auto accident in 1935.  IN 1940 Anna married William Bard and after moving around some, they lived in Wenatchee where he died in 1962. Mrs Bard moved back to Davenport where she lived until her death. She was a resident of the nursing home at the time.  While she was in Davenport she took care of her mother until she died and then she took care of her sister, Liz. Mrs Bard was the last of her immediate family.  She is survived by her four step-children, Robert Bard and Gertrude LeVecesque, both of Minneapolis, MN, and Marjorie Neumiller and Dorothy Folkes, both of Wenatchee. Ann is also survived by 11 grandchildren and seven nephews.  The service was conducted by Rev Stanley Williamsen at Zion Lutheran Church. The organ was played by Ellen Brodin and Dixie Guhlke sang solo. Pall bearers were nephews and sons-in-law. Interment was at the Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport.” (Davenport Times: 2-26-1981); 


Barlett, Elizabeth:  (1842-1934); w/o Nicholas; (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Barlett, Nicholas:  (1829-1901); h/o Elizabeth;  “Mr Nicholas Barlott of Egypt passed away Thursday morning of this week, leaving his wife, 4 daughters and 3 sons (all grown) to mourn his loss.” (LCT: 3-08-1901)


Barnes, Ellen D:  (1882-1972); w/o John; “Funeral services for Ellen Drusilla Barnes were held form the Strate Funeral Home April 3, with the Rev Roger V Muisiner officiating.  Mrs Barnes was born Feb 28, 1886, in Nebraska and died in Newport, WA, March 30, 1972.  She was married to John Barnes in Waterville, WA, in 1903. Mr Barnes preceded his wife in death.  She had been a long-time resident of Davenport, having farmed northwest of Davenport for many years.  For the past four years, she had made her home with her son, Oliver, at Priest Lake, Idaho.  Survivors, other than her son, include two brothers, Charles Thomas of Spokane and Floyd Thomas of Boise, Idaho; two sisters, Minnie Sawyer of Spokane and Lela Paul of Seattle; one grandson, Richard Barnes of Priest Lake; and a granddaughter, Jane Luck of Davenport. Also surviving were seven great grandchildren and one great great granddaughter. Interment took place at the Mountain View Cemetery of Davenport.” (Dav. Times: 4-13-1972) “Ellen Barnes. Died: 3-30-1972, Pend Orielle.  Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit); 


Barnes, John T:  (1881-1951); h/o Ellen; “John Thomas Barnes. Dated: 6-06-1951; proprietor Mitten Café; buried Mt View” (Presbyterian Ledger by J A Christensen) “John Thomas Barnes. Died: Aug 6, 1951.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)  “Funeral services for John T Barnes, 69, long-time resident of Davenport, are being held from the Presbyterian church there this afternoon.” (Odessa Record: 8-09-1951)  (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Barnes, Ronald B:  (1923-1996);  “Commander Ronald B Barnes Sr, 74, was buried Sept 3, 1997 at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. He died Dec 15, 1996.  Commander Barnes was with the maritime service and is buried near the gravesite of his beloved mother-in-law, Eva Mae Young Armfield Pittman and her mother Phebe Louise Young.  Barnes is survived by children Deborah Adolfson of Goldbar, WA, Ronald Barnes, Jr, of Bellevue, WA, and Scott Barnes of Tacoma, WA. He is also missed by nephew Shane Dawe of Bellingham.” (Davenport Times:  9-18-1997)


Barlett, Elizabeth:  (1842-1934); w/o Nicholas;  “Elisabeth Barlett. Died: 1-01-1934, Omak, Okanogan Co, WA. Batch id # 276614.” (WA State Death Records; identity not confirmed) 


Batson, C R:  (1828-1910);  (TS shown in 1974 listing; mother)


Batson, Mrs C R:  (1825-1907) “Mrs C R Batson, mother of Mrs C R Petree of this city, died at Medical Lake last Saturday at the advanced age of 82 years. Mrs Batson was born in TN and came to this county 22 years ago. She had been confined in the Washington State Hospital at Medical Lake for the past 16 years with the exception of about 7 months which she had spent with her daughter about 10 years ago. Funeral services were held in the Christian Church in this city Tuesday and her body laid to rest in Mt View Cemetery.” (LCT: 4-26-1907)


Bauerfeind, Louis B:  (1884-1914); “Louis Bauerfeind. Male, white, married, farmer. Born: 1-19-1884, WI. Age: 30 yrs 5 mos 24 days. Father: Joseph Bauerfeind, born don’t know; Mother: Ida Milke, born WI. Informant: Hazel Bauerfeind, Creston, WA. Death: July 13, 1914 at Davenport, Lincoln Co, WA.  Cause: shot himself with revolver (suicide). Signed: O Adams, MD, Davenport, WA. Burial:  Davenport, WA. Undertaker: J T Lyse, Davenport, WA.” (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death) 


Bauerfeind, Ralph V:  (1912-1913); “Rolf Bauerfeind. Male, white, infant, single. Birth: May 25, 1912, WI.  Age: one yr 2 mos 16 days. Father: Louis Bauerfeind, born WI.  Mother: Hazel Axtel born WI. Informant: (not shown). Death: Aug 10, 1913 at 10 p.m., Davenport, Lincoln Co, WA. Cause: Tubercular meningitis. H Z Dean, MD, Davenport, WA. Burial:  Davenport, WA.  Undertaker: O W Stone, Davenport.” (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death) 


Baxter surname: (see Freeman Baxter estate, est. 1912, #1427; did not view)


Baxter, Bert; (b. Apr 1884; burial)


Baxter, Clyde Evan:  (1887-1959) “Clyde Evan Baxter; dated 12-16-1959; Father of new members, Milford and Gladys.” (Presbyterian church ledger, burial not shown) “Clyde Ereon (sic) Baxter. Died: 12-16-1959, Davenport, WA. Spouse: Eliza Baxter. Father: Freeman Baxter. Mother: Martha Huntly. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);


Baxter, Dorothy Ruth:  (1930-1930); age 6 wks; “Dorothy Ruth Baxter. Died: 11-02-1930, Davenport, WA.  Birth: 9-14-1930, Davenport, WA. Father: Clyde E Baxter, born SD; Mother: Elizabeth Campbell, born IN. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);


Baxter, Eliza B: (1890-1977) “Eliza Bernice Baxter. Died: 6-25-1977; Birth: 12-25-1890, IN; Widowed.  Father: William Clampitt. Mother: unknown.  Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);


Baxter, Leroy Freeman:  (b. Mar 1890; burial; d. 10-12-1974; age 84) s/o Freeman and Martha; 


Baxter, Lola:  (Davenport City); d. 11-15-1959; 


Baxter, Loretta; (b. June 1896; burial) d/o Freeman and Martha; (TS shown in 1974 listing; daughter, undated)


Baxter, Martha;  (b. Dec 1865; d. 10-27-1944; w/o Freeman) “Martha Baxter. Died: 10-27-1944. Birth: 12-25-1882. Spouse: Freeman Baxter. Parents: Unobtainable. Burial: Sprague (sic), WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card); (TS shown in 1974 listing; mother, undated)


Baxter, Olga Ann:  (1900-1971); “Olga Ann Baxter.  Died:  11-23-1971 in Lincoln Co, WA; Birth: 10-31-1900, Michigan; Spouse: Leroy Baxter.  Father: Jacob Voise. Mother: Ludvicka Volenski. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card); (TS shown in 1974 listing)“Olga Anne Baxter.—Her home N4619 Howard, Spokane, WA. A former resident of Davenport, WA. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs E A (Margie) Holm, Mrs M H (Gladys) Baxter; 5 grandchildren, Mrs Bob (Sandy) Coleman, Mrs Joe (Linda) Kaiser, Ron Holm, Dan Holm and Jeff Holm, all of Spokane; 6 great grandchildren; 2 brothers, Jake Voise, Montana; William Voise, Moses Lake, WA. A member of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Spokane. Funeral services Saturday, Nov 27, at 11 a.m. from the First Presbyterian Church, Davenport, WA. The Rev Roger V Muisiner officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Spokesman Review: 11-27-1971; scrapbook item)


Baxter, Raymond: (burial); (TS shown in 1974 listing, son, undated)


Bayley, Emery S:  (Sept 17, 1886-Dec 16, 1962); (TS shown in 1974 listing)



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