Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  


                   submitted by Marge Womach  




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Buchanan, James:  (1857-1944); “James Buchanan. Dated: Sept 25, 1944.” (Presbyterian Ledger) “James Buchanan. Died: Sept 25, 1944.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Buchanan, James L:  (1889-1914);  (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buchanan, Lemuel A:  (1896-1980)


Buchanan, Opal H:  (1900-1962); w/o Lemuel A; (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buchanan, Whelmina:  (1862-1946); “Mrs James W Buchanan. Sept 29, 1946” (Presbyterian Ledger) “Whelmina Buchanan. Died: Sept 26, 1946.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Buchser, Beatrix Horn:  (1922-1995); “A memorial service was held I Arizona for 73 year old Beatrix Horn Buchser, who died Feb 7 in Queen Valley, and interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport.  She was born Jan 28, 1922, to Carl and Belva (Tobiasen) Horn in Davenport. Graduating from Davenport High School in 1940, she entered Sacred Heart School of Nursing, from which she graduated in 1944. She married Donald Terry Buchser in 1944 in Davenport, where she lived over 60 years before retiring to winter in Arizona. In addition to being housewife and mother, she worked with her husband in the Buchser’s store until she continued her career as a registered nurse as one of the original staff members at Lincoln Hospital from 1963 to 1982.  Mrs Buchser was a member of the Davenport Presbyterian Church and Queen Valley Golf Association, and pianist for the Queen Valley Community Church. She is survived by her husband Terry of Queen Valley; three children, Ronald T Buchser of Canoga Park, CA; Rolline J Behrens of Republic; and Rodney H Buchser of Northridge, CA; three sisters, Dolores Moeller of Kanoehe, Hawaii, Carla Boleneus of Davenport; and Jeanne Ross of Spokane; her mother-in-law, Thelma Newton of Mesa, AZ; four grandchildren; one great grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews.”  (Dav. Times: 2-23-1995) “Inurnment service for Beatrix Horn Buchser will be held at 2 p.m. this Saturday at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. Previously, a memorial service was held in Arizona for Mrs Buchser, who died Feb 7 in Queen Valley. She was 73. Officiating at the inurnment will be the Rev Roger Muisiner…” (Dav. Times: 7-27-1995) 


Buchser, Donald T:  (1922-1996); “Memorial service and inurnment for former longtime Davenport resident Donald ‘Terry’ Buchser, 74, was held Monday at Mountain View Cemetery, with the Rev Roger Muisiner officiating. Mr Buchser, of Queen Valley, AZ, died Aug 14 in Coeur d’Alene. He was born June 17, 1922, in Worley, Idaho, to Rolland H and Thelma (Zornes) Buchser. His youth was spent in his grandfather’s logging camps, where both his parents worked. He settled in Davenport in 1934 and kept residence here until the late 1980s…. He was graduated from high school in 1940 and went on to attend WSU. In 1944 he married his boyhood sweetheart, Bea Horn. They had a short time together before Terry was called overseas, where he was attached to the Special Services Division. Mr Buchser served as an infantry company commander in the Pacific and earned a bronze star. He ended his duty as a decorated captain. Following his discharge from the Army, Mr Buchser went into the retail business. He was 30-year owner and operator of Buchser’s Apparel in Davenport, and ran a clothing store in Sprague during the 1960s… After selling the clothing store, Mr Buchser went into the real estate business until his retirement in 1980. He and his wife, Bea, then moved to Queen Valley, AZ, in the winters to help care for his parents, Edwin and Thelma Newton, and in the summer stayed at their lake home in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Mr Buchser is survived by his mother, Thelma (Zornes) Newton of Mesa, AZ; 3 children, Ronald T Buchser of Canoga Park, CA; Rodney H Buchser and his wife Nancy of Northridge, CA; and Rolline Behrens and her husband Randy of Harrington; four grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; and 15 nieces and nephews.  Mr Buchser was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Bea, on Feb 7, 1995, as well as his father.” (Dav. Times: 8-22-1996)Buchser: Graveside inurnment for Donald ‘Terry’ Buchser, a former Davenport, WA, resident, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Mountain ViewCemetery in Davenport. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport is in charge of arrangements. Mr Buchser, 74, died Wednesday in Coeur d’Alene. He was born in Worley, Idaho. He graduated from Davenport High School and served in the Army during WW II. For 30 years, he operated Buchser Apparel in Davenport. He also operated Buchser Apparel in Sprague, WA, during the 1960s (and in Odessa). He was a 62 year resident of Davenport and was a charter member of the Davenport Lions Club and a member of the Davenport Chamber of Commerce. His wife of 50 years, Bea Buchser, died in 1995. He is survived by two sons, Ronald Buchser, of Canoga Park, CA, and Rodney Buchser of Northridge, CA; a daughter, Rolline Behrens of Harrington, WA; his mother, Thelma Newton of Mesa, AZ; four grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.” (scrapbook item: 8-14-1996)


Buchser, Rolland H:  (1900-1947); “Roland Herman Buchser. Died: March 22, 1947.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index) “Rolland H Buchser. Date of Petition: Jan 21, 1939. Born: Nov 21, 1900 in Chattaroy, Spokane Co, WA. Occupation: Highway Patrolman. Residence: Davenport. ‘dues paid 1939-1946. Died: Mar 22, 1947. Buried: Davenport, WA.” (Acacia Lodge Ledger Data and  Index) Roland H Buchser, 46, state highway patrolman stationed at Davenport for 15 years, died at his home there shortly after midnight Friday following a heart attack... He was reared in the Chatteroy neighborhood in Spokane County. Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon from the Davenport Presbyterian church, Rev Lee Knoll officiating. Interment was in the Davenport Cemetery, the Davenport Masonic lodge in charge at the grave.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs Thelma Buchser, at the home; one son, Terry Buchser, who operates a grocery store in Spokane; a grandson, a brother and a sister in California, and a brother in Seattle. (details from Odessa Record: 3-27-1947)


Buchser, Ronald T., (burial; Davenport City) “Ronald Terry Buchser passed away Dec 4 in West Hills, CA. He was 54.  Born Aug 4, 1945, in Spokane, he was a 1963 graduate of Davenport High School. He was well-known for his gentle spirit, love of children and generous heart.  Mr Buchser was preceded in death by his parents, Donald ‘Terry’ Buchser and Beatrix Horn Buchser.  He is survived by his sister, Rolline Behrens of Harrington; one brother, Rodney Buchser of Northridge, CA; three close aunts and uncles, Dolores and Vic Moeller of Kaneohe, Hawaii, Carla and Everett Boleneus of Davenport, and Jeanne and Jack Ross of Spokane; numerous nieces and nephews and cousins; and his beloved girlfriend, Amy Yago. Memorial service was held Dec 12 in Reseda, CA.” (Dav. Times: 12-23-1999)


Buck, Anna Laura:  (1865-1948); w/o John; “Anna Buck. Died: Nov 16, 1948.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index) {Edit: this would apparently be the second wife of John Buck, as shown on the 1930 census in Spokane. John died the following year, 1931, per his TS.}


Buck, Barbara A:  (d. 3-14-1889; aged 11 yr 5 mos 26 days); d/o Chas C; (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, Beulah:  (1906-1928);  w/o Ted; (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, Carl:  see Karl Buck.


Buck, Caroline:1867-1947); “Carolina Buck. Died: July 18, 1947.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index); (TS shown in 1974 listing; with Charles 1860-1930)“Mr (Charles) Buck married to Caroline Straub, a native of Alsace, on Aug 12, 1889. She was born May 9, 1867. Mrs Buck is the daughter of John and Elizabeth (Roth) Straub, both, likewise, natives of Alsace. Her father was a soldier in the Franco-Prussian war, being in the French army.  After leaving this army he was for twenty-eight years in the employ of the German government, and is now living in Strasburg,Germany, at the age of seventy-five years.  Mrs Buck’s mother is still living and is seventy years old. Her brothers and sisters are John, Charles, Jacob, Mrs Alice Chirly, Mrs Emily Miller, Mrs Louisa Wolf and Mrs Sophia Miller. The last names is now dead.” (excerpt History of Big Bend-1904)  


Buck, Catherine: (1865-1936); (TS shown in 1974 listing as Feb 12, 1865-Dec 8, 1936 with Michael Buck)


Buck, Charles: (1860-1930);  An article on Charles Buck Jr is located in the History of Big Bend. (TS shown in 1974 listing with Caroline)“Charles Buck, Jr, resides on a farm six and one-half miles north of Davenport . He was born in Alsace, Germany, Feb 29, 1860, the son of David and Barbara (Glass) Buck. The father, also a native of Alsace, was a well-to-do farmer, and died in his native country, Jan 18, 1903, in his sixty-fifth year. The mother was born in Alsace, and is still living in the house in which she was born, sixty-seven years ago.  The brothers and sisters of Mr Buck are, Mrs Barbara Wohlmuth, Michael, Frederick, Mrs Louisa Reinbold, David and Mary Auntoz.  Mr Buck grew up on a farm in his native country, received a good common school education, and served in the German army between the years 1880-83.  The year after his leaving the army he sailed from Havre, France, for America. Arriving in New York he proceeded at once to San Francisco, and thence to Petaluma, CA.  In the spring of 1887 he came to Lincoln and settled on his present homestead, and commenced at once to build up and improve his claim. He now owns two hundred and forty acres, for the most part good grain land, and makes a specialty of grain farming, though he has a first class orchard, and raises some stock.  Mr Buck married to Caroline Straub, a native of Alsace , on Aug 12, 1889. She was born May 9, 1867. Mrs Buck is the daughter of John and Elizabeth (Roth) Straub, both, likewise, natives of Alsace . Her father was a soldier in the Franco-Prussian war, being in the French army.  After leaving this army he was for twenty-eight years in the employ of the German government, and is now living in Strasburg , Germany , at the age of seventy-five years.  Mrs Buck’s mother is still living and is seventy years old. Her brothers and sisters are John, Charles, Jacob, Mrs Alice Chirly, Mrs Emily Miller, Mrs Louisa Wolf and Mrs Sophia Miller. The last names is now dead.  Mr and Mrs Buck have no children of their own, but have one adopted son, Frank C Buck, born Dec 5, 1894.  Both Mr and Mrs Buck are members of the Lutheran Church. With their son they took a trip back to Germany recently, which journey consumed four months.  Mr Buck returned more firm in the conviction than ever that this is the most desirable country in which to live on the face of the globe, and he intends remaining here during the rest of his life.” (History of Big Bend-1904);  “Charles Buck. Died: 8 Jan 1930, age 69, Davenport, Lincoln Co, WA.  Father: David Buck. Mother: Barbara Glass. Spouse: Caroline Buck.” (WA State Death Records: #276518)


Buck, Charles C:  (1845-1921); {Edit:  “First Methodist Episcopal Church of Davenport. Signed 22 March 1892; Davenport Circuit, Columbia District Columbia River Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. George A Oswalt; George L Oman; J P Lawrence; J W Earles; A P Oliver; Charles C Buck; and J F West.” (Lincoln Co Auditor: Articles of Incorporation)};  (TS shown in 1974 listing as Charles C Buck with Lurana P)


Buck, David D:  (1897-1939);  “David Buck. Died: 2-24-1940.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Buck, Ella E Ahlf:  (1897-1926); w/o Philip; “The entire community was shocked last Saturday to learn of the sudden death of Mrs Phillip Buck of this city. Early that morning she had seemed in the best of health and had gone out to the car to see her husband off to his day’s work on the North Central highway patrol and had discussed with him the plans for a day’s outing on the river. A few hours later she came up town to seek medical attention as she was suffering a severe pain in the abdominal cavity. About noon her husband was sent for and he arrived perhaps an hour before she died. Two physicians were in attendance at the time of death, the cause being given as internal hemorrhage.  Ella Esther Ahlf, 29, was born at Davenport and attended the schools in that city. In 1913, while still a girl, she married Phillip Buck of Davenport and until two years ago they made their home in Davenport.  The family then moved to Harrington where Mr Buck could be near his work on the highway patrol.  Their only child, Floyd, a boy of 12 years, was placed in school here. An unusual circumstance appears in that three sisters and a brother in the Ahlf family married three brothers and a sister in the Buck family.  Mrs Ella Esther Buck is survived by her husband, one son, Floyd, two sisters, Mrs Lizzie and Mrs Sadie Buck, both of Davenport; and three brothers, Edward and Cecil Ahlf of Davenport; and John Ahlf of Medical Lake. In 1920 Mrs Buck was confirmed in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Davenport and the funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in that church. The body was in charge of J E Turner and interment took place at the Lutheran Cemetery at Davenport. Mr Buck stated that he would leave his son with relatives at Davenport to attend school.” (Harrington Citizen: 11-19-1926) 


Buck, Elsa Elsie M: (1901-1999);  “Former Davenport resident Elsa ‘Elsie’ Mathilde Buck, 97, passed away Nov 3, at a Roseburg, OR, care center.  She was born Dec 19, 1901, the eldest child of William and Bertha (Conrad) Reinbold in Egypt. In a double wedding with the groom’s sister, Katherine and George Slater, Elsie was married to Frederick George Buck on Sept 14, 1921, in Coeur d’Alene. Fred and Elsie made their home in Davenport where they had a wheat farm and later started Buck’s Dairy.  She was very active in her church, where she taught Sunday school and Bible school, and she and Fred sang in the church choir. Elsie worked as the afternoon shift telephone operator for about 15 years…. Mrs Buck moved to Roseburg, OR, in 1995 to be with her daughter.  She is survived by one daughter, Bernadine and husband Kenneth Kittelson of Roseburg; David Johnson, MD, of Issaquah, who was like a special son to Elsie; 5 grandchildren… two sisters-in-law, Esther Reinbold, and Anita and husband Elroy Luiten; and a brother-in-law, Kenneth Ferguson. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband of 53 years; two brothers, Norman and Adolph Reinbold; three sisters, Helen Ferguson, Edna and husband Solon Ellis; and Mata and husband Ervin Webber… Interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport.” (Dav. Times: 11-11-1999) {Per the Reinbold Genealogy, Elsa Mathilda (Elsie) Reinbold was the first born child of William and Bertha (Conrad) Reinbold. She was born 12-19-1901. Elsie and Fred had one daughter, Bernadine Eve Kittelson.}


Buck, Emil Carl:  (1901-1967);  (TS shown in 1974 listing); WA Pvt 41 Armor 11, WW II, March 24, 1901-Oct 15, 1967;


Buck, Evelyn G:  (1918-1938); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, Father:  (1857-1931) {Edit: This is presumably John Buck, who was residing in Spokane in 1920 and 1930. Lincoln Co Birth records show John Buck as father, and Eva Wagner as mother for the birth in 1892 of John Buck, who failed to thrive, as well as the birth of David (sic) Buck in 1893 (Fred G Buck). The TS “Mother Buck” represents Eva Wagner Buck, who died in 1921, following the 1920 census, and John Buck on the 1930 census had since remarried as his spouse on that document is shown as Anna.  “The residence of John Buck, who lives a short distance south of town, took fire and burned to the ground last Saturday morning, with very little being saved. The fire originated from a defective stove pipe, which passed through the roof. Mr Buck had left a little before for a load of wood and Mrs Buck was busy with her daily work when she discovered the ceiling was on fire. Mr Buck did not learn of the loss until his return that evening. Only a little over $250 insurance was carried on the building and its contents.” (Davenport Times of April 25, 1996 in 100 Yrs Ago reflecting LCT: 4-24-1896)  “John Buck of Spokane, 66, 2nd marriage, born Alsace-Lorraine, farmer, son of David Buck and Barbara Buck.  Marriage: July 21, 1923. Bride:  Anna L Deems, of Spokane, age 58, 1st marriage, born Ohio, nurse. Daughter of Gilbert C Deems and Anna C Grave.” (Spokane County Certificate of Marriage)  “John Buck of Lincoln County, WA; Eva Wagner of Spokane County, WA; Marriage: 25 Nov 1889 at Rathdrum, Kootenai County, Idaho.” (Marriage #6190, Kootenai Co Auditor, Volume B page 53)} 


Buck, Frank: (1894-1969);  (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, Frederick G:  (1893-1974)  “Funeral services were held Monday morning in Zion Lutheran Church for Fred G Buck, who died in Davenport Thursday. The Rev Stanley Williamsen officiated and pall bearers included Wayne Buck, Robert Buck, John Buck, Richard Buck, Jack Buck and Donald Slater. Burial followed at Mountain View Cemetery. Buck, who was born in Davenport Oct 16, 1893, is survived by his wife Elsie and one daughter, Bernadine Kittelson, Roseburg, OR, three grandchildren and one great grandchild. A sister, Kathryn Slater, Electric City, and three brothers, John, Des Moines, Iowa, William and Ted, both of Davenport, also survived, as do several nieces and nephews. A lifelong Davenport resident, Buck had operated a wheat and dairy farm south of town. A member of Zion Lutheran Church, he was active in the congregation and the choir.” (Dav. Times: 10-31-1974) {From the Reinbold Genealogy, Frederick G Buck was born 10-16-1893. He married Elsa Mathilda (Elsie) Buck. They had one daughter, Bernadine Eve, who married Kenneth A Kittelson.} {Edit: “David Buck. Birth: Oct 16, 1893. Father: John Buck, 35, Germany.  Mother: Eva Wagner, 29, Germany.” (Lincoln Co Auditor Birth Ledger)}


Buck, Harry D:  (1874-1960); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, John Philip:  (1892-1892); {Edit: “John Buck. Birth: June 11, 1892. Father: John Buck, 35, Germany.  Mother: Eva Wagner, 29, Germany.” (Lincoln Co Auditor Birth Ledger)}


Buck, Karl D:   (b.7-04-1884; d. 3-13-1913)  “Carl D Buck, son of Mr & Mrs C C Buck of Davenport, died Thursday, March 13, 1913, at the home of his sister, Mrs A H Styles, near Cedarville, WA. The body was brought to Davenport and the funeral took place at the ME church Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock. The Rev  Wm Hoskins officiated at the service. A large number of relatives and friends assembled to pay their last respects to the deceased, and the body was laid to rest in Mountain View Cemetery.  The deceased leaves a father and mother, and two sisters, Mrs M C Mossler, of Marshall Junction, WA and Mrs A H Styles, who resides near Cedarville, Stevens Co. Carl Buck was born in 1884 near Davenport where he lived during the early period of his life.  Later he went to Cedarville and vicinity, where he was employed in the mines of that region until his death. (Dav. Tribune: 3-20-1913)


Buck, Kenneth Lee:  (1931-1990);  “Kenneth L Buck died August 1, 1990 at Holy Family Hospital in Spokane. He was 58.  Graveside services were held Monday at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. The Rev Philip Falk officiated and Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Mr Buck was born in Spokane on Oct 20, 1931, to William D and Lydia (Doty) Buck.  He grew up  south of Davenport on the family farm and attended Davenport schools.  He graduated with the Davenport High School Class of 1949. After graduation, Mr Buck attended Washington State College and served in the US Army during the Korean conflict. He then moved to Los Angeles, CA, where he was employed for many years as a florist.  In the fall of 1989, Mr Buck moved and retired at Loon Lake, WA.  Mr Buck is remembered by his relatives and friends mostly for his love of flowers, gardening, cooking, and creative talents with floral arrangements and crafts. He was preceded in death by his mother in 1987 and his father in 1988. He is survived by three brothers, Richard, Jack and Robert Buck, all of Davenport, and several nieces and nephews.” (Davenport Times:  8-09-1990); 


Buck, Lurana P: (1844-1929);  w/o Charles; “Laura Buck. Dated: 10-15-1929; married) (Methodist Ledger) “W W Downie, L A Cathcart and J E Fraser of Davenport have appraised the property of the estate of Lurana P Buck at $850.00.” (Citizen: 4-11-1930)


Buck, Lydia:  (1900-1987); w/o William D; “Lydia Buck. Birth: 25 Jan 1900; Death: 11 Dec 1987 at Davenport, WA.” (WA State Death Index);  “Lydia Buck of Davenport died Dec 11, 1987 in Lincoln Hospital in Davenport. She was 87.  She was born Lydia Doty on Jan 25, 1900, in Davenport to Charles M and Alice (Walton) Doty. She grew up north of Davenport and graduated from Davenport High School with the class of 1918. She attended Cheney Normal College at Cheney, WA and there obtained her teaching certificate. She taught elementary schools for six years in the Chelan and Davenport areas. She was married to William D (Bill) Buck on Sept 10, 1925, in Spokane. She and her husband farmed south of Davenport on the Buck family homestead for 35 years until they retired and moved to town in 1960. She and Bill celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends in September 1975, and observed their 62nd wedding anniversary in September of this year.  Mrs Buck was very active all of her life and was known for her petite stature, friendly personality and special love for her family and many friends. She was an avid member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport and taught Sunday School at the church for many years and was active in many clubs and church activities there. She was also a member of the Country Homes Club and a sewing club. She dedicated a lot of time and personal efforts to the Lincoln Nursing Home as a volunteer in the arts and crafts department for over 20 years.  Mrs Buck’s favorite hobbies were gardening, making floral arrangements and painting.  She is survived by her husband, Bill, at the Lincoln Nursing Home; 4 sons, and 3 daughters-in-law; Richard and Celia Buck, Jack and Sharon Buck, Robert and Joanne Buck, all of Davenport, and Kenneth Buck of Manhattan Beach, CA; 8 grandchildren: Diane (Buck) Markins, Gig Harbor, WA; Gary Buck, Davenport; Judy (Buck) Miller, Davenport; Debra (Buck) Means, Spokane; Brian Buck, Genesee, Idaho; Michael Buck, Davenport; Lori (Buck) Pecha, Spokane; and Tina Buck, Davenport; and 7 great grandchildren. Services will be held on Thursday, Dec 17, at 1 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church with Pastor Stanley Williamson officiating. Interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery. The Strate Funeral Home is in charge.” (Davenport Times: 12-17-1987)


Buck, Mary D:  (1884-1913); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, Michael:  (1861-1906); b. June 1, 1861; d. May 19, 1906.  “Mr Mike Buck, one of our best known and most respected German farmers, died quite suddenly at his home about a mile and a half north of town early last Saturday morning. The news of his death came as a shock and a surprise to most of his neighbors and friends for he was a man of robust appearance, who knew little sickness. It seems, however, that he had not recovered from a severe attack of the grip….Funeral services were held from the Lutheran church…” (LCT:5-25-1906) “The local camp Modern Woodmen of America, received Tuesday a draft for $2,000 for the insurance of Mike Buck, which has been paid over to Mrs Buck.”  (D. Tribune: 6-28-1906) (Edit: Michael Buck was one of the signing charter members of the Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport which organized Nov 12, 1891.); (Michael Buck; Lincoln Co Superior Court Probate File #883 was filed in 1906; did not view)


Buck, Michael Wagner:  (1876-1932); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, Mother: (1863-1921);  {Edit: This is presumably Eva Wagner Buck as shown by birth records in Lincoln County, ie, the births of John (1892-1892) and David (b. 10-16-1893). Eva Buck appears with John on the 1920 Spokane census with two children, Kate E and Walter A. According to her TS, she died the following year. The 1900 Davenport, Lincoln Co census shows the family as:  John and Eva with the following children: Anna B, Mary S, Fred G, William D, Catherine and John J. Walter was apparently born  about 1907.  “John Buck of Lincoln County, WA; Eva Wagner of Spokane County, WA; Marriage: 25 Nov 1889 at Rathdrum, Kootenai County, Idaho.” (Marriage #6190, Kootenai Co Auditor, Volume B page 53) Mary Buck, daughter of John and Eva (Wagner) Buck was married on Jan 17, 1912 to E G Reed in Spokane.} 


Buck, Philip:  (1859-1887); (TS shown in 1974 listing; death record not located; no probate located)


Buck, Richard:  (1927-1998)  “Richard William ‘Dick’ Buck, who was born and raised in Davenport passed away in Spokane, Oct 2, 1998. He was 71.  Dick was born April 7, 1927, in Spokane to William and Lydia (Doty) Buck. He graduated from Davenport High School in 1945.  He was drafted into the US Army and left for the service two days after graduation. Dick was a WW II veteran, spending time in Japan and other areas. He married Celia Greenwood on April 22, 1949, I Davenport, and they would have been married for 50 years this spring.  After working for the Lincoln County Road Dept for about 5 years, Dick and his family moved to Othello, where he owned and operated a Shell station from 1956 to 1960. From there they moved to Kennewick for three years, where Dick owned and operated another Shell station. The family then returned to Davenport and he began working for the Lincoln County Road Dept, where he retired as superintendent in 1983. After Celia retired five years later, they bought a motor home and became ‘snowbirds’, spending their winters in AZ and their summers on Lake Roosevelt. A few years later, a dream came true for Dick and Celia when they, along with several friends, took their motor home to Alaska, where they visited the sights and fished… Dick is survived by his wife of 49 years, Celia, in Davenport; one son, Gary and his wife Sharon Buck of Davenport; one daughter, Diana and her husband Tom Makins of Gig Harbor; three grandchildren, Michelle Buck of Spokane, Jeremy William Buck of Davenport and Kellee Makins of Gig Harbor; two brothers, Jack Buck and Robert Buck, both of Davenport; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Dick was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Kenneth. Memorial service was held Oct 6 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport, with Pastor Mark Egerston officiating.  A family graveside service preceded at Davenport’s Mountain View Cemetery. Pall bearers were Gary Buck, Jeremy Buck, Tom Makins, Bob Guhlke, Jerry Guhlke, and Brian Buck. Honorary bearers were Merlin Buchanan, Ronnie Buchanan, Larry Buchanan, Dewayne Guhlke and Jake Guhlke. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 10-08-1998) 


Buck, Ted:  (1902-1979)  “Funeral services were held for Ted Buck on Nov 3 at Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport. He was born on July 5, 1902 and died at his home after spending almost his entire life in the Davenport area. He died on Oct 26, 1979. His first marriage ended in tragedy when his first wife, Beulah Herdstrum died after a very few years of marriage. His first son, Wayne, was born in this marriage. Later, Buck married Rosie Neff and this marriage was blessed with two children, Rosemarie and John, and many years.  Ted and Rosie farmed south of town for several years and then moved to town where they owned and operated Ted’s Recreation in Davenport. After 29 years in this business they retired in 1970. Ted was baptized and confirmed in Zion Lutheran Church and was a charter member of the Davenport Lions Club.  The service was conducted by Rev Stanley Williamsen. Dixie Guhlke was the soloist and Ellen Brodin was at the organ. The active pall bearers were Tom Talkington, Wayne Buck, John Buck, Bill Buck, Geoff Talkington, Larry Talkington, Ted Buck and Jay Buck. The honorary bearers were Joe Paul, Les Seimer, Rich Ziemer, Ben Ottmar, Howard Jantz, Marvin Dietrich and Walter Krueger.  He is survived by his wife, Rosie of Davenport, two sons, Wayne of Vancouver, WA, and John of Spokane, and one daughter, Rosemarie Talkington of Alexandria, VA. He also has six grandchildren. Ted is also survived by one brother, Bill Buck, of Davenport and one sister, Kate Slater of Electric City, WA. The interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery.” (Davenport Times: 11-15-1979);


Buck, Tina M: (unconfirmed; d. 11-04-1999); “Tina M Buck, 32, passed away Nov 4 in Davenport. Tina was born Oct 6, 1967 in Davenport to Jack and Sharon (Nate) Buck. She attended schools here and graduated from Davenport High School in 1987. She helped her father with the family cattle and wheat operation, as well as volunteering at the Sunshine Preschool and with special education students in the Davenport School District. Tina was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport. She moved into her home in 1988 and lived independently there until her health forced her into Lincoln Nursing Home. Tina courageously battled cancer for three and a half years.  Tina is survived by her parents in Davenport; one brother, Mike and wife Becky of Davenport; one sister, Lori and husband Tom Pecha of Spokane; two nieces; three nephews; and her grandmother, Hazel (Nate) Painter of Davenport.  She was preceded in death by three grandparents, Bill and Lydia Buck, and Floyd Nate. Memorial service was held Tuesday, Nov 8, at 11 a.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, with Pastor Mark Egertson officiating.” (Dav. Times: 11-11-1999)


Buck, Vera M:  (1889-1950); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Buck, Wm D:  (1895-1988); “Birth: 2-26-1895; Death: 6-07-1988 in Davenport, WA” (WA State Death Index);  h/o Lydia;  {Edit:  “Wm D Buck, of Davenport, aged 30, farmer, s/o John Buck and Eva Wagner. Bride: Lydia E Doty, of Davenport, aged 25, teacher, d/o Chas M Doty and Alice Walton. Marriage: (undated); Witnesses Kathrine Hein and Emil C Buck. John M Groschup of Spokane, officiating clergyman.” (Spokane County Certificate of Marriage, No. 36934)} “William D Buck, an area pioneer, died June 7, 1988 in Lincoln Nursing Home in Davenport. He was 93.  Mr Buck was born William David Buck, known to many as ‘Bill’, in Davenport on Feb 26, 1895 to John and Eva Buck.  He was raised south of Davenport on the family farm there and went to school in Davenport. Later he served in WW I, and upon returning home from the war, he started farming on the family farm with some of his brothers until his marriage when he took over the farm completely. He married Lydia Doty on Sept 10, 1925 in Spokane. He and his wife continued to farm on the Buck family homestead for 35 years until they retired and moved to town in 1960. Bill and Lydia were married for 62 years. His wife preceded him in death in Dec 1987.  Mr Buck was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church and the Community Grange. His hobbies were fishing and gardening.  He is survived by four sons, and three daughters-in-law, Richard and Celia Buck, Jack and Sharon Buck, Robert and Joanne Buck, all of Davenport, and Kenneth Buck of Manhattan Beach, CA; 8 grandchildren: Diane (Buck) Makins, Gig Harbor; Gary Buck, Davenport; Judy (Buck) Miller, Davenport; Debra (Buck) Means, Spokane; Brian Buck, Genesee, ID; Michael Buck, Davenport; Lori (Buck) Pecha, Spokane, and Tina Buck, Davenport; nine great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were held June 13 at 1 p.m. in Zion Lutheran Church with Pastor David Daugs officiating. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. The Strate Funeral Home was in charge.” (Davenport Times: 6-16-1988) 


Buckingham, Ricky:  (1970-1987);  “Ricky M (Wilson) Buckingham of Colville died Nov 14, 1987 in Spokane. He was 17.  He was formerly a resident of Davenport. He was a dependent member of FOE Aerie #2 and attended Davenport and Harrington schools. He also attended Johnson Christian School in Colville. Survivors include: His mother and step-father, Jo and Tom Wilson of Colville; father and stepmother, Rick and Kay Buckingham of Anchorage, Alaska; one sister, Bobbie Jo Buckingham (Wilson) of Colville; a brother, Thomas Wade Wilson, Colville; grandparents, Bill and Billie Warwick, Davenport, Bill and Ruth Buckingham, Portland, OR, Thelma and Paul Stewart, Spokane; great grandparents, Ray and Wilma Ogston, Des Moines; Mildred Cripe, Portland, OR, Josie Murphy, Spokane, and William Buckingham, Spokane; numerous nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Services were held Wednesday, Nov 18 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the Strate Funeral Home, Davenport. Bishop Merv Preston officiated. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport. Strate Funeral Home was in charge.” (Davenport Times: 11-19-1987)


Buckingham, Willy:  “Willy Buckingham, age 33.—Born April 16, 1976 in Spokane, WA, to Robert Buckingham and Diana Hall. Leaves behind his son, Mikey, sisters, Billie Jean, Trina and Nikki Hall, and his girlfriend Angelia Larson and her children Jordan and Kailey, step-parents Ken Hall and Alycyn Buckingham and her children, Katie and Ryan. He left us suddenly on Feb 16, 2010. Willy attended and graduated  from Deer Park High School in 1994. Worked in Landscaping. Willy was the life of the party and loved to have fun. We will miss you son. Services will be held at the Open Door Congregational Church in Deer Park on Feb 26, 2010 at 2 p.m.  Burial will be at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. Lauer Funeral Home, Deer Park, WA,” (Spokesman Review: 2-24-2010; submitted) 


Bumgarner, C S:  (1873-1937); Dr C S Bumgarner was a physician in Davenport in 1918. “Chas S Bumgarner. Born: 1873, Jefferson, NC. Occupation: Physician. Residence: Davenport. Admitted on Dimit from Thornton Lodge No 195, Thornton, WA. Died: Jan 4, 1937. Buried Davenport, WA, Jan 7, 1937.” (Acacia Lodge Data);  “Business houses were closed Thursday at Davenport for the funeral of Dr C S Bumgarner, county health officer, who died at Spokane last Monday of pneumonia. The services were held in the Presbyterian church, the Rev O P Schenefelt, Spokane, and the Rev Lee Knoll, Davenport, officiating. Members of the commercial club, Masons, Eastern Star, Knights of Pythias and other organizations of which Dr Bumgarner was a member, attended. Burial was in the Davenport Cemetery.” (Odessa Record: 1-14-1937)  “Dr H R Bankerd, formerly of Toppenish and Ephrata, has purchased the office equipment and good will of the late Dr C S Bumgarner and will move to Davenport to practice. Dr Bumgarner, county health officer, died in January.”  (Odessa Record: 4-08-1937) “Ill with pneumonia contracted while caring for his patients, Dr Charles S Bumgarner, 63, Lincoln County health officer and a physician at Davenport more than 20 years, died at the Sacred Heart hospital on Monday of pneumonia. He was taken ill with a severe cold Dec 26 and was confined to his bed two days, but insisted on arising last Tuesday to care for patients who were quite ill. He became worse New Year’s Eve and was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. A native of North Carolina, Dr Bumgarner graduated from Vanderbilt medical school in Tennessee. He practiced at Thorton  and Marcus, Wash., before coming to this county. He was active in community affairs, was county health officer many years, served six years on the school board and was a past president of the commercial club. He had memberships in the Knights of Pythias, Masons and Eastern Star. Survivors include the widow, at home, a daughter, Mrs George Kuchs, Davenport; six sons, Earl and Paul, Portland; Wendell, Spokane, and Verne, Gale and Hugh, Davenport, and three grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: 1-07-1937)“Dr Bumgarner Passes In Spokane Monday.  The entire community was shocked and saddened Monday morning by the news that Dr C S Bumgarner, county health officer and a practicing physician here for 21 years, had passed away at the Sacred Heart hospital in Spokane about 8 a.m.  Relatives were informed about 7 a.m. that the doctor’s condition was critical, and started for Spokane, but he had passed away before they arrived.  Dr Bumgarner contracted a bad cold Christmas night, and was forced to take to his bed Dec 27 and 28. He insisted on arising Tuesday of last week to care for patients who were quite ill, and refused to return to his bed until he became critically ill New Year’s Eve.  The next morning his son, Vern, and J C Phillips took him to Sacred Heart hospital in the Phillips ambulance and he was placed in an oxygen tent. He seemed to be rallying nicely Sunday evening, but suffered a setback during the night.  The funeral will be held at the Presbyterian church here at 1:30 pm. today, Thursday, with the Rev Lee Knoll of Davenport and the Rev I O Shenefelt of Spokane officiating. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Members of the various lodges of which he was a member will attend the funeral in a body, but there will be no lodge ceremonial at the cemetery. Dr Bumgarner was born at Jefferson, North Carolina, Aug 29, 1873. He graduated from the Tennessee Medical College at Knoxville, TN, in 1900, and came west to practice at Thornton, WA, where the family resided for 14 years. They then moved to Marcus, where the doctor had charge of hospitals at Marcus and Northport. Twenty-one years ago the family came to Davenport. Few residents of Davenport in all its history have played as important a part in community life as did Dr Bumgarner. He was county health officer for 20 years, and also served as city health officer at various times. He served six years on the Davenport school board and was one of those instrumental in the consolidation of rural districts with the city school, and in establishing the first school bus routes.  He was always an active member of the commercial club and served as its president in 1931. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, the Masons, the Eastern Star, the Modern Woodmen and the Woodmen of the World lodges. He is survived by his widow, Mrs Foy Bumgarner, at the home; one daughter, Mrs George Handel, of Davenport; six sons, Earl and Paul Bumgarner of Portland, OR; Wendell Bumgarner of Spokane; Vern, Gale and Hugh Bumgarner of Davenport; four grandchildren; his parents, Mr and Mrs Wesley Bumgarner of Olympia, WA four brothers, Walter of LaCrosse, WA, Frank of Diamond, WA, Harvey and Lane Bumgarner of Olympia; five sisters, Mrs Lizzie Cunningham, Oaksdale, WA, Nell, Cecilia and Margaret of Olympia; and Dora of Seattle.” (scrapbook item: undated)  


Bumgarner, Chas W:  (1908-1960);  “Charles W Bumgarner. Dated: 2-26-1960; a long time funeral director.” (Presbyterian Ledger by J A Christensen)


Bumgarner, Foy N: (1882-1968); (TS shown in 1974 listing)“Foy N Bumgarner.—Her home, Davenport, WA. Survived by four sons, Paul Bumgarner, Portland, OR; Gale Bumgarner, Seattle; Hugh Bumgarner, Puyallup, WA; Vern Bumgarner, Davenport, WA; 6 grandchildren; 29 great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild. Funeral services Monday, June 17, 2 p.m. from the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, Rev Roger V Muisiner officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: 6-17-1968; scrapbook item)


Bumgarner, Kathleen:  (1917-1943); d/o CS; (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Bumgarner, Margaret Louise:  (1911-2004) “Memorial service for Margaret Louise Bumgarner, 93, a longtime Davenport resident, was Monday, July 19, at First Presbyterian Church in Davenport with Pastor Michael Wise officiating.  Mrs Bumgarner died July 10 in Spokane. Born in Hoquiam, WA, on March 24, 1911, she was the daughter of Thomas Billings and Kessie May (Porter) Stinchfield. She was the eldest of five children.  After completing high school in 1927 at age 16, she enrolled at the University of Washington where she was active in academic and sorority life. After graduating in 1932 with a degree in education and home economics, she taught two years of high school in Ferndale, WA. She taught science and home economics courses and coached tennis and a championship girls’ basketball team. She moved to Davenport and continued teaching in Davenport High School. In 1936 she married Vern O Bumgarner and retired from teaching, as was the custom of the day.  She excelled in the kitchen and was renowned for her cinnamon rolls, which she shared generously with friends and family. She was an accomplished seamstress, knitter and handweaver, eagerly sharing her knowledge and skills with others. She appreciated music, poetry and writing letters to family and friends. Her childhood experiences of hiking and camping imparted a love of the outdoors, which remained with her throughout her life…. She was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Vern; her parents; two brothers, Franklin and Allen, and a sister, Kathleen. She leaves a son, Richard (and Linda) Bumgarner of Hanover, MD; grandsons, Scott Bumgarner of Falls Church, VA; and Neal Bumgarner of Annapolis, MD; a daughter, Sally Bumgarner of Spokane; a brother, Bill Stinchfield of Shelton, WA; and numerous nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home of Davenport handled arrangements.” (Dav. Times: 7-22-2004)


Bumgarner, Marjorie D:  (1907-1952); w/o Chas W; “Marjorie Bumgarner; Dated: 9-10-1952; wife of undertaker; died prematurely; buried Mt View” (Presbyterian Ledger by J A Christensen)


Bumgarner, Vern O:  (1912-1991) son of Dr C S Bumgarner; d. 2-01-1991; “Vern O Bumgarner.  Date of Petition: March 25, 1935. Born: March 17, 1912 in Thornton, Whitman Co, WA.  Occupation: Service Station. Residence: Davenport. Dues Paid 1935-1959 to new ledger.” (Acacia Lodge Ledger Data)  “A memorial service was held Wednesday last week at the First Presbyterian Church for long time Davenport resident Vern Bumgarner, who passed away Feb 1. He was 78.  The service was officiated by the Rev Walter Estelle. It was preceded by a private graveside service at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport.  Mr Bumgarner was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, past master and 50-year member of the Acacia Lodge, board member of Lincoln Hospital and oldest living past president of the Davenport Chamber of Commerce. He is survived by his wife Margaret at the home in Davenport; one son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Linda Bumgarner of Hanover, MD; one daughter, Sally Bumgarner of Spokane; two grandsons, Scott Bumgarner of Falls Church, VA, and Neal Bumgarner of Miami, FL; one cousin, Ralph Bumgarner of Colfax, and numerous nieces and nephews. Ball & Dodd Funeral Home of Spokane handled the arrangements.” (DT: 2-14-1991);


Burge, Clyde S:  (1903-1985) w/o Mary H; “Clyde Stanton Burge. Died: 5-06-1985, Davenport, WA.  Father: Fredrick Stanton Burge. Mother: Gertrude Estep. Spouse: Mary Yarwood. Buried: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health Death Card); “Funeral services for Clyde Burge, 82, a longtime Davenport resident, take place today, Thursday, May 9 at 11 a.m. in the chapel at Strates Funeral Home in Davenport.  Pastor Michael L Roberts officiates the services.  Mr Burge died last Monday, May 6, 1985. He was born on Oct 5, 1903, and lived in the Davenport area for 40 years.  Survivors include his wife, Mary H Burge; a son and daughter-in-law, Fred S and Elana Burge of Davenport; a  daughter, Linda L Burge of Spokane; and three grandchildren.” (Davenport Times:  5-09-1985);


Burge, Fred S:  (1872-1948); “Fred S. Burge. Died: May 2, 1948.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index) “Fred Stanton Burge. Died: 2 May 1948, age 75, Medical Lake, Spokane Co, WA. Father: R A Burge. Mother: Mary E. Kirkpatrick. Spouse: Gertrude L. Esteps. Batch ID #517156.” (WA State Death Records)


Burge, Gertrude L Estep: (1880-1966); “Mrs Fred Burge (Gertrude) passed away of a massive occlusion, Saturday afternoon (Sept 3) at Lincoln hospital in Davenport. She became ill Friday night, at the home of her daughter, Mrs Henry Vick, in Harrington, and was brought to the hospital that night. Mrs Burge spent much of the summer of 1965 at the Vick home following a long hospitalization after she was injured in a car accident. She returned to her home late last fall, and this Feb 27, she fell at her home, fracturing her hip. Again she was hospitalized for several weeks.  She went to the home of her son, Clyde Burge, when she could leave the hospital, and July 12 went to her daughter’s home, the Henry Vick’s in Harrington.  Gertrude Estep was born Sept 5, 1880 at Petalena, CA, to Mr and Mrs Henry Estep. She was brought by her parents to Washington Territory, when she was a baby. The travelers came by covered wagon, and during this long trip, baby Gertrude learned to walk.  The Esteps settled on a farm north of Davenport. Gertrude and others of the Estep children rode horseback to attend the Davenport schools. As a young woman, Miss Estep joined the Methodist church. In 1889, in the Methodist parsonage, Miss Estep and Fred Burge exchanged their marriage vows. Their children, Beatrice and Clyde, were born in Davenport. In 1905 the Burge family moved to the Coast and in 1917 they returned to Lincoln County, settling on  a farm in the Mohler area.  Mr Burge passed away in 1949 and Mrs Burge returned to make her home in Davenport. Besides her membership in the Methodist church, she was a member of Naomi Circle, and the Homemakers Demonstration Club.  Surviving are her children, Mrs Henry Vick (Beatrice) of Harrington, and Clyde Burge of Davenport; a brother, Gloyd Estep, College Place, Washington; four grandchildren and three great grandchildren; also nephews and nieces, including Mrs Hazel Burge Defabaugh of Harrington. Last rites were conducted from the Methodist church Wednesday, Rev Joseph L Woodford officiated. Gordon Larson sang ‘In The Garden’ and ‘It’s Goodnight Here, But Good Morning Over There’. Organist was Mrs Orville Rux. Pallbearers were Richard Hardy, Steve Huss, Harold Roloff, Walter Tanke, Claudius Horwege, and John Yarwood. Burial was in the Davenport Cemetery beside her husband.  Relatives and friends coming from out of town for the rites included Dale Vick from Mr Vernon; Mr and Mrs Fred Burge and baby, and Miss Linda Burge, Seattle; Mrs John Reynolds (niece of Mrs Burge), and daughter Mrs Dick Gruber, Mrs Ralph Reynolds, Mrs Marvin Hambright, Spokane; and Mr and Mrs Harold Roloff, Creston.” (Dav. Times: 9-15-1966)


Burge, Mary E:  (1835-1905); w/o RA; “Mary E Burge. Dated May 23, 1905. Married” (Methodist Ledger) Mary Elizabeth Burge was born at Winchester, Scott County, Illinois, July 30. 1835; and died at her home in Davenport Monday afternoon, May 22, 1905. Sister Burge was a sufferer for months from a complication of physical troubles. Her sufferings were at times very severe. But she bore up under them all with delightful Christian resignation and peace of mind. Her life of patient suffering during her illness proved her strong faith in the living God, who was able to keep and succor her. Sister Burge was the daughter of Rev. I. M. Kirkpatrick. Her early life was therefore blessed by the benedictions and influences of a Christian home. It was while under the care of a Christian father and a devoted mother that she happily converted and joined the Methodist church. Her conversion was bright and her Christian life consistent. Sister Burge was never very demonstrative in her religious feelings, yet she had a fervent faith and a bright experience. Whenever asked by her pastor concerning her hope in the future bliss of eternal life, she invariably expressed her undying love for her Savior and her face would brighten with the radiance of the bright hope that possessed her heart, well may we say of her “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.” Mrs. Burge was married to Mr. Reason Anderson Burge at New London, Iowa, on April 6, 1854. Their married life, of over 51 years, was blessed with the issue of eight children, six of whom survive their mother. (submitted) {Edit: Some of these children were: William, Estella, Fred, Alice, Emma, Eliza, James, and Jessie (male).}

Burge, Mary H.,   (1910-1998) w/o Clyde Burge; “”Mary Hannah Burge. Died: Nov 6, 1998. Birth: Oct 16, 1910, Mohler, WA. Spouse: widowed. Father: Joseph Yarwood; Mother: Nettie Patty. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health Death Card)


Burgess, Charles A: (1882-1958);  (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Burgett, Albert:  (1875-1906); h/o Nellie; Albert L Burgett died Aug 12, 1906, as did his wife Nellie. Their probate file, #901, is filed in Lincoln County Superior Court. The guardianship of their children was in a separate file, #907 and #1123. “Five Davenport people drown in the Spokane River, Sunday August 12, about 12 miles NE of Davenport on the Laughbon place. Among the victims, Mrs Nellie Burgett, age 28, and Albert  Burgett, age 36.” (Dav. Tribune: 8-17-1906)


Burgett, Nellie:  (1877-1906); w/o Albert;  “Five Davenport people drown in the Spokane River, Sunday August 12, about 12 miles NE of Davenport on the Laughbon place. Among the victims, Mrs Nellie Burgett, age 28, and Albert  Burgett, age 36.” (Dav. Tribune: 8-17-1906)


Button, Lee:  (d. 9-26-1912; age 73 years, b. NY; pioneer of the Earl and Zion-Rocklyn area); Probate file for Lee Button was Lincoln County Probate #1462.



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