Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  

    

                   submitted by Marge Womach 

 

 

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Cambridge, Mary E:  (1839-1912); w/o Milton; (TS shown in 1974 listing)

 

Cambridge, Milton:  (1834-1916); h/o Mary E; (TS shown in 1974 listing)

 

Camp, J L:  (1841-1927) “John L Camp. Died Sept 22, 1927. Buried Davenport.” (Acacia Lodge Index); See item John L Camp in History of Big Bend. “Petition to be named guardian of John L Camp, aged Davenport resident, who is alleged to be incompetent to manage his affairs, has been filed by John F Michael, his son-in-law.” (Odessa Record: 4-02-1926) “John Lasoitte Camp. Died: 22 Sept 1927, Davenport, WA. Birth: 15 August 1837, Campbell County, Georgia. Spouse: Divorced, no name stated. Father: Wesley Camp. Mother: unknown. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);“The will of John L Camp, deceased, was admitted to probate by the court July 30th and Alice Michael of Davenport was appointed executrix.” (Citizen: 8-09-1929)

 

Campbell, Frank (added) “Frank Campbell, age 96.—Passed away on Aug 25, 2009 in Davenport, WA. He was born on Aug 26, 1913 in Keller Ferry, WA to Angus and Lucy (Cox) Campbell. Frank is survived by his two sons, Mike Campbell and Yvonne of Lake Oswego, OR and Gary Campbell and Nancy of Boise, ID; two grandchildren, Sarah Olsen and her husband Chris and Samantha Herbert and husband Greg, all of Beaverton, OR, two great grandchildren, William and Juliet, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Frank was a 40-year member of the VFW where he was a Quartermaster and also served as a Deacon at the First Presbyterian Church in Davenport. A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held on Monday, Sept 28, 2009 at 11 a.m. at the Davenport First Presbyterian Church with Rev Ted Broadway officiating. Military Graveside Services will precede Memorial Service at Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, is caring for the family.” (Spokesman Review: submitted by relative) 

 

Campbell, Gladys Llewellyn:  (1913-2003);  “Memorial service for Gladys R (Llewellyn) Campbell, 90, was Wednesday, Nov 5, at Davenport First Presbyterian Church, with Pastor Ted Broadway officiating, following a private graveside service.  Mrs Campbell died Thursday, Oct 30, in Davenport, her home of 70 years.  She was born July 12, 1913, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, to William and Sally Llewellyn. Her family moved to Aberdeen, WA, when she was a young child. She received her education in Western Washington and attended Nursing School in Tacoma. She married William L Campbell in 1933. Together they owned and operated the Richfield Service Station, Campbell’s Motel and Campbell’s Market, retiring in 1969, when they enjoyed traveling, community involvement and their many friends. She belonged to Davenport First Presbyterian Church, Order of Eastern Star, Chapter 131, and PEO, Sisterhood, Chapter N, where she ‘Entered Chapter Eternal’.  Her husband of 61 years and her brother, Ralph Llewellyn of Wilbur, preceded her in death. She leaves a son, William L Campbell, Jr (and Carol), of Spokane Valley, Patricia Campbell Taylor (and Robin) of Devizes, England; four grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, 4 step grandchildren, 5 step great grandchildren; a brother-in-law, Fred Campbell of Davenport; and several nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport handled arrangements.” (Dav. Times: 11-06-2003)

 

Campbell, Infant Male:  “Infant Male Campbell. Died: 12-12-1937. Birth: 12-12-1937, WA. Father: Frederick G Campbell. Mother: Olive C Moe. Burial: Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card); 

 

Campbell, Olive C:  ( 1912-1984);   “Funeral services for Olive Campbell will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, at First Presbyterian Church of Davenport.  Mrs Campbell was born May 17, 1912, in Cutbank, MT, to Oscar Moe and the former Alma Leverson. She spent part of her childhood in Havre, and later her family moved to Stanwood, WA.  She attended the University of Washington, and for a brief time during college, she was sent to California to open a new law office. She returned to school, and married Fred Campbell upon their graduation. The couple then moved to Davenport, where they have lived ever since.  She passed away Jan 14, 1984 in Glendale, CA. She is survived by her husband Fred; her son John and daughter-in-law Julann Campbell, of Seattle; daughter Judith and son-in-law Harold Janett, of Royal City; grandchildren Jason and Chalon Campbell of Seattle, and Ann, Craig and Mark Janett, of Royal City. She was a member of Davenport First Presbyterian Church, PEO, Sigma Kappa sorority, and was past matron of Order of Eastern Star. Services will be conducted by Revs Jeff Callender and Roger Muisiner. Dixie Guhlke will be soloist, and Jean Green, organist.  Pall bearers will include Norm Brock, Ken Carpenter, Patrick Cerutti, Jay Leipham, Thomas Luciani, and Roger Underwood.”  (Davenport Times:  1-19-1984);  “Olive Corrinne Campbell. Died: 14 Jan 1984, Los Angeles County, CA. Birth: 17 May 1912. Spouse: Fred Campbell. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial permit);

 
Campbell, Suzanne:   (1934-1997);  “Suzanne Lake Campbell.  Death: 5-31-1997. Birth: 11-29-1934, Wallace, ID.  Father: D Millard Lake. Mother: Hazel Wilks. Spouse: Fred Guard Campbell. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);  “Funeral service was held Wednesday for longtime Davenport resident Suzanne Lake Campbell, 62, who entered into eternal rest at her home on May 31, 1997.  The service was held at Davenport’s First Presbyterian Church, where Mrs Campbell was a member, with the Rev Martha Montovani officiating.  Concluding service, including vault interment, was held at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. She was born on Nov 29, 1934, to D Millard and Hazel (Wilks) Lake in Kellogg, ID. Besides her church membership, Mrs Campbell served on the Davenport Library Board. She previously was a principal legal assistant in the law offices of Underwood, Campbell, Brock and Cerutti. She will be remembered for her gardening, cooking, creative sewing and entertaining of friends. Mrs Campbell is survived by her adoring husband, Fred G Campbell, at the home; one son, Scott Wilks Miles of San Francisco, CA; and two daughters, Lisa Suzanne Miles and her husband Paul Conrad of Davenport, and Melinda Dianne Miles of Anchorage, Alaska. Most importantly, she was ‘Granny’ to the light of her life for five years, granddaughter Jessica Suzanne Miles-Conrad of Davenport. Strate Funeral Home of Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 6-05-1997) 


Campbell, William L:  (1908-1994)  “William Lloyd Campbell. Date of Petition: May 13, 1940. Born: Aug 11, 1908 in Spokane, Spokane Co, WA. Occupation: Service Station Operator. Residence: Davenport. Dues paid 1940-1963, transfer to new ledger.” (Acacia Lodge Ledger Data;  Edit: another Wm Loyd Campbell appeared in the ledgers, died Jan 29, 1937, buried Spokane.)  “William Lloyd Campbell. Died: 8-17-1994. Birth: 8-11-1908, WA.  Father: William Lloyd Campbell, Sr. Mother: Ruby Martha Frederick. Spouse: Gladys Ruth Llewellyn. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);    “Funeral service for William L (Bill) Campbell, who ran a grocery store in Davenport for many years, was Saturday, Aug 20, at the Davenport First Presbyterian Church, with the Rev Roger Muisiner officiating. Interment was a Mountain View Cemetery.  Mr Campbell, 86, died Aug 17, 1994 in Davenport.  He was born Aug 8, 1908, in Spokane to William and Ruby Campbell Sr, and grew up in Davenport, attending school here. He graduated from Davenport High School, and attended both Washington State University and the University of Washington. He married Gladys Llewellyn of Davenport on April 27, 1933, in Spokane. The Campbells made their home in Davenport, where Bill operated the family-owned grocery business. It was originally opened as The Farmer’s Store by his father, Lloyd Campbell, who purchased the business in 1915.  The supermarket remained in the family after his father’s death in 1937. His mother helped him run the store until her death in 1962, and he retired in 1969.  Mr Campbell was a member of the Davenport First Presbyterian Church, Eastern Star and Royal Arch, and a past member of the Davenport Lions Club. He was past president of the Commercial club, was a member of the Chamber of Commerce and served on the Lincoln County Board of Equalization. He was a 50-year member of the Acacia Lodge F & AM No. 58.  Mr Campbell also was an avid fisherman.  He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Gladys, at the home in Davenport; one son, William Campbell Jr, and his wife Carol of Spokane; one daughter, Patricia Taylor and her husband Robin of Devizes, Wiltshire, …two great grandchildren; three brothers, Kitchell Campbell of Eugene, OR, Fred Campbell of Davenport, and Richard Campbell of Blaine, WA; and numerous nieces and nephews.  Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  8-25-1994); 

 

Canfield surname:  Hazel Canfield,  2nd wife of Guy Canfield:  d. 3-19-1973, previous marr. burial Greenwood Memorial in Spokane, WA; Birth: 6-15-1891, Indiana. Father: Elias Snover; Mother: Mary. (Lincoln Co Health death card; obit in DT: 3-29-1973);

 

Canfield, Anna L: (1874-1928); w/o Carl; “Mrs Carl Canfield; buried July 7, 1928” (Davenport Presbyterian Ledger) “Mrs Carl Canfield was laid to rest Wednesday afternoon in the Davenport Cemetery, the Rev E C Scott of Harrington conducting the funeral which was very largely attended. The Canfields located on a farm northeast of Harrington, midway towards Davenport, in 1900 and moved to Davenport in 1917. Mrs Canfield had been in poor health for a long time. She is survived by her husband, one  daughter, Mrs C Marcus Wienand, and her brothers and sisters, Charles Phillips of Harrington, Jack and Frank Phillips of Bluestem, and Mrs Henry Chilton of Davenport. She was 52 years old. The pallbearers were her three brothers and three nephews. The floral offerings were beautiful and there were gardens of them. The sorrowing ones have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends from pioneer days on down to the present time.” (Citizen: 7-13-1928)  “Anna Laurie Canfield. Died: 9 July 1928, Davenport, WA.  Birth: 16 Nov 1874, Farwell, Arkansas. Spouse: Carl Canfield.  Father: Benjamin Phillips, born Arkansas. Mother: Elizabeth Creelman, born Arkansas.  Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card); 

 

Canfield, Carl Lucien: (1874-1971); “Funeral services for Carlton L Canfield, pioneer farmer of the Davenport area, were held at the Strate Funeral Chapel August 7. Graveside services were held at Mountain View Cemetery by the Acacia Masonic Lodge 58.  The son of Lucian F and Imogene F Canfield, he was born in 1874 in Brownton, Minnesota. He was 96 when he passed away at his farm home August 4. His father and several uncles were veterans of the Union Army in the Civil War.  When he was 13 years old, his family moved to Springdale, Arkansas, where he married his first wife, Annie L Phillips, in Feb 1898. That fall they came to Washington State to visit her sister and brother-in-law, Henry and Belle Chilton, who were pioneers in the Bluestem area. The Canfields spent the following three years in Snohomish, Washington. In 1901 they returned to the Bluestem area to buy the old Obadiah Hall homestead and an adjoining quarter.  Both diligent workers, they prospered in their farming business and retired in 1917. They built a home in Davenport. He was left a widower in 1928 by the death of his wife, Annie L Canfield.  In June, 1930, he married Verna M Makepeace, a teacher in the Davenport High School. At the beginning of the Depression of the thirties they returned to his farm eight miles south of Davenport, where they were living at the time of his death.  Canfield was a member of the Davenport Presbyterian Church for many years. He served as a member of the city council and was a vice president of the former Lincoln County State Bank. He was a member of Acacia Lodge 58 of the Masonic Order, the Davenport Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, the Bluestem Grange and other fraternal organizations. He is survived by his widow, Verna M Canfield; two daughters—Mrs C D Lord (the former Rudy I Canfield) of Seattle; Nancy C Robieu, of Louisville, KY; one son, Carl M Canfield, of Westminster, CA; 9 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; two sisters—Mrs Al Smith and Mrs William Baker, both of Sunnyside, Washington and two brothers—Guy Canfield of Davenport and Earl L Canfield of Lynwood, WA.” (Davenport Times: 8-12-1971)  “Carl Lucien Canfield. Died:  8-04-1971. Birth: 12-07-1874, MN.  Spouse: Verna Makepeace. Father: Lucian Canfield. Mother: Imogene Townsend. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card); 

 

Canfield, Effie: (1895-1961); “Effie Oral Canfield. Died: 2-08-1961. Birth: 3-15-1895. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit); “Mrs Effie Canfield of Creston was this week appointed administratrix of the $24,000 estate of Robert R Stewart, Davenport’s last GAR member, and his wife, Eva Ellen Stewart, her parents. The heirs include two sons and six daughters.” (Odessa Record: 8-16-1935)

 

Canfield, Floyd R:   (1917-1993) “Floyd Robert Canfield.  Died: 1-28-1993. Birth: 4-25-1917, NB. Spouse: Verna Martha Wolfrum. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit); 

 

Canfield, Guy:  (1892-1982) “Guy Willis Canfield. Died: 1-02-1982, 809 Sinclair, Davenport, WA. Spouse: Effie O Stewart, deceased. Father: Lucien Canfield. Mother: Imogene Townsend. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card); 

 

Canfield, Verna Makepeace:(1895-1975; 2nd wife of Carlton) “Verna M Canfield. Died: 7-09-1975. Birth: 9-18-1895, Iowa. Spouse: Widowed. Father: Charles Thomas Makepeace. Mother: Ella Mae Buckman. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.”  (Lincoln County Health death card);“Verna M Canfield, age 79.—Passed away July 9, 1975 in Davenport. Her home, Davenport, WA. Survived by one son, Carl M Canfield, Westminster, CA; one daughter, Mrs Nancy Roubieu, Louisville, KY; one brother: Otis Makepeace, Comstock Park, MI; one sister, Mrs Gladys Perry, in Iowa; five grandchildren. She was a member of the Davenport Eastern Star; the Town and Country Study Club; the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Bluestem Grange, and the Harrington Golf and Country Club. Funeral services will be Monday, July 14 at 1 p.m. at Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, with Rev John A Christensen officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: 7-15-1975) 


Canfield, Wilma Nadine Ward Bartley:  (1922-1992)  “Wilma Nadine Canfield, 69, died Friday in Davenport, where she had lived with her husband on the Canfield family farm since 1984.  Service was held Wednesday at Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, followed by burial at Mountain View Cemetery.  Daughter of Wilfred Henry Ward and Jessie Ann Woodin, she was born in Port Orchard, WA, on April 23, 1922. She had two brothers, who preceded her in death.  She lived with her parents—her mother, a school teacher, and her father, a naval design draftsman in the Bremerton ship yards. Her father was transferred to Valejo, CA, where she was raised and attended school. She did her part during WW II, working as a secretary in the San Francisco ship yards. During this time, she married and had two children, Rodney and Alan. Due in large part to the aftermath of the war, Rodney and Alan were adopted and raised by friends.  In 1947, she married William Norman Bartley and had three more children. In 1956, she married Carl Canfield, who adopted Darrell, Celia and Peter, her children from the previous marriage. In 1957, their son, Tony, was born in Southern California.  The Canfields moved to Rock Springs, WY in 1960. Their daughter, Patricia, was born there in 1962. In 1964, Mrs Canfield’s family moved back to Southern California, where her children grew to adulthood. As her family responsibilities changed, she wa able to devote more time to her lifelong love of writing, poetry and music.”  (Davenport Times: 1-23-1992);  “Wilma Nadine Canfield. Died: 1-17-1992. Birth: 4-232-1922, WA.  Spouse: Carl Makepeace Canfield. Father: Wilford Henry Ward. Mother:  Jessie Ann Woodin. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.”  (Lincoln County Health death card);

 

Carman, Thaine David:  (1929-1993);  “Thaine David Carman.  Died: 5-19-1993. Birth: 6-14-1929, ID. Spouse: Martha Ellen Knauft. Father: Fred Carman. Mother: Ila Moatz. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);“Thaine D Carman. Funeral service was held for longtime local resident Thaine D Carman on Saturday, May 22, at Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, followed by burial at Mountain View Cemetery.  Mr Carman died May 19, (1993). He was 63. He was born in Gooding, Idaho, June 14, 1929. He moved to Davenport in 1969 where he owned and operated Carman’s Bakery for 27 years. Mr Carman was a former member of the volunteer fire department and ambulance crew. He also was a past member of the Davenport Lions Club. A 10-year Scout master, Mr Carman remained active in scouting until his death by participating in and being a member of the Order of the Arrow. Survivors include his wife, Martha E Carman, at the home; two daughters, Debbie Orvis of Davenport and Christie Duncan of Spokane; one son, Ken Carman of Janesville, WI; three sisters, Dorothy Brattain of Seattle, and Lois Foster and Phyllis Vandegrift, both of Napavine, WA; and six grandchildren, David and Eric Orvis of Davenport, Max Stormo of Spokane, and Steven, Jacob and Susan Carman of Janesville. He was preceded in death by his parents, Fred Carman and Ila Carman Reinhart; one sister, Esther Story; and one son, Thaine David Carman Jr.” (Davenport Times: 5-27-1993)

Carney, J E:  (1868-1921); “John Edgar Carney. Died 1921” (Presbyterian Ledger) (TS shown in 1974 listing)

 

Carney, Sabina:  (d. 2-17-1912, aged 71 yr 2 mo 12 days; 1974 TS listing states “see Teter stone; burial not investigated); 

 

Carpenter, Dorothy S:   (1902-1986)  “Dorothy S Carpenter.  Died: 2-27-1986, Davenport, WA. Father: Harold Sunderland. Mother: Susan Gillespie. Burial: Evergreen Crematorium, Spokane, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);

 

Carpenter, Edwin David: (1901-1996)  “Memorial service for longtime former Davenport resident and retired vocational agriculture teacher Edwin David (Carp) Carpenter will be held Saturday at the Davenport First Presbyterian Church, where he was a member. Mr Carpenter, 94, died April 7 in Portland.  He was born on April 7, 1901—Easter Sunday—on the family farm near Ethan, SD, the 10th of 11 children of Edwin David and Olive Blackman Carpenter. His parents moved from Michigan in 1882 to homestead on 160 acres near Ethan, then in 1912, they moved to the Bitter Root Valley in Hamilton, MT, where they farmed.  Dave graduated from Hamilton High School, then received a bachelor of science degree in vocational agriculture from Montana State College… He married Dorothy Susan Sunderland in Opheim, MT, on Nov 28, 1930, and he always said she was the best thing that happened to them. The Carpenters had two children, Edwin David, Jr, who was a professor of horticulture at University of Connecticut, and a daughter, Ruth Menicosy of Portland… Mr Carpenter was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy in 1986 and his son Edwin D in 1991. He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Ruth and Don Menicosy of Portland; his daughter-in-law, Susan Carpenter of Mansfield Center, CT; a sister, Eunice Vial of Hamilton, MT; four grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.” (excerpt: Dav. Times: 4-11-1996) “Edwin David Carpenter. Died: 4-01-1996. Birth: 4-07-1905. Burial: Wilhelm Crematory, Portland, OR.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit); 

 

Carr, Artie:  (1863-1937); “Artie L Carr. Died: Dec 8, 1938.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)  “Artie L Carr. Died: 12-08-1938. Birth: 9-22-1864, OH. Spouse: John C Carr. Father: Frances Palmer. Mother: Margaret Meldrum. Burial: Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card); 

 

Carr, Hoyt P:  (1885-1967) h/o Stella M; “Hoyt Palmer Carr. Died: 9-02-1967 (sic). Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit);  Hoyt Carr married Estella M Douglas Murphy on Oct 5, 1909 in Spokane, WA, by Judge Henry L Kennan. Witnesses were C F Eaton and R C Harband. Estella was 25 and Hoyt was 24. Hoyt P Carr reported his father as John Carr, born Ohio, and his mother as Artie Palmer, born Ohio. (Details from Spokane Co marriage certificate, License No 8749) Hoyt P Carr died in Spokane, WA on Sept 22, 1967, where his birth was recorded as July 3, 1885. Hoyt, Estella and Osa were together on the 1910 East Davenport census. Osa was reportedly born in Oklahoma.

 

Carr, Stella M:  (1884-1973) {Edit: no cards in Lincoln Co Health. Estella M Douglas was the daughter of William Douglas, born IL, and his wife Emma Long, born MO. She was married first to a Mr Murphy, by whom she has at least one daughter, Osa Mae Fowler, who died in Yakima in 1957, with burial in Davenport. Osa was born in Oklahoma according to the 1910 census.  On Oct 5, 1909 in Spokane, Estella M Murphy, age 25, married Hoyt P Carr, both residing in Davenport at that time.  Estella was born in Kansas. Her first marriage was not researched, however, she reported herself as divorced when she married Hoyt Carr. (Details from Certificate of Marriage with personal and statistical particulars. Spokane Co; License No. 8749) Estella M Carr died in Calaveras, CA on Jan 11, 1973. Her birth was recorded there as June 4, 1884.}

 

Carstensen, Ingwart Carl: (1864-1921); (TS shown in 1974 listing)

 

Carstensen, Peter:  (1894-1937); “#3855. Notice of Hearing of Final Report… In the Matter of the Estate of Peter Carstensen, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Julius Carstensen, administrator of the Estate of Peter Carstensen, deceased, has filed with the Clerk of the Superior Court of said County and State, his final report and petition for distribution as such administrator…” (Citizen: 7-01-1938) “An appraisal of the estate of Peter Carstensen, Rocklyn, who died recently in the veterans’ hospital at American Lake, has been made by H E Thompson, J E Fraser and W W Downie of Davenport, who value the property at $9,012.”  (Odessa Record: 2-10-1938)  “An order was signed in the superior court appointing J C Carstensen of Rocklyn as administrator of the estate of his brother, Peter Carstensen, who died Dec 13 at a veterans’ hospital. The estate is valued at $6000 and the heirs are two sisters and three brothers.” (Odessa Record: 12-30-1937)

 

Casey, George Edward:  (1821-1978)  “George Edward Casey. Died:  2-12-1978. Birth: 1-05-1921, WA.  Spouse: Virginia E Reed. Burial: Davenport Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit);

 

Caskey, Bertha:  (burial: Davenport City );  “Bertha J Caskey. Died: 28 June 1914, age 31, Lincoln Co, WA.  Father: Thomas Boggs. Mother: Elizabeth Kesler.” (WA State Death Index: id #275621)  (Per family, Bertha was the wife of Jesse Benjamin Caskey, who she married in Iowa. Jesse apparently died about 1917 in an accidental drowning.) 

 

Casper, Karen Marie:  (1962-1980)  “Karen Marie Casper. Died: 11-02-1980, 3 miles E of Davenport.  Spouse: none.  Father: David Fredrick Casper. Mother: Patricia Lucile Guerin. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);  “Karen M Casper, a Davenport High School senior involved in several scholastic activities and a member of the community royalty, died Early Sunday evening in an automobile accident which also injured her brother, Andy Casper, 19.  Miss Casper was a passenger in a 1973 four-door Subaru driven by her brother, who lost control of the vehicle on Childs Road 2.5 miles east of Davenport. She was thrown from the vehicle and her body was struck by another vehicle trailing the Subaru. The accident occurred at 6:40 p.m. on the gravel road just beyond the point where the pavement ends at an intersection. According to State Patrolman Roy Meye, there were three cars driving the road, one car behind another and all the passengers were Davenport youths.  He said Casper appeared to lose control after hitting the gravel portion. The east-bound vehicle skidded and then rolled, coming to rest on its wheels and facing west on the north side of the road. The only other injury incurred was to Theresa Casper, 13, a sister, who was released from the hospital Sunday evening. Andy Casper suffered a concussion, multiple lacerations and contusions. He was listed in satisfactory condition at Lincoln Hospital Tuesday. Following the Casper vehicle was Michael G Reinbold, 16, driving a 1977 Volkswagen Dasher. According to Trooper Meye, Reinbold’s vehicle came to rest facing west after striking the body and dragging it 59 feet. It is not determinable whether Miss Casper died upon being thrown from the Subaru or being struck by the following vehicle, according to Trooper Meye.  Miss Casper, 18, was a member of the band and high school chorus, of which she was president. She was also active in drama, volleyball and as a cheerleader.  She was Pep Club president and secretary of the senior class. She was also a 1980 homecoming princess and a Davenport princess. She was a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church here. The high school held a memorial service in her memory during the school day Monday. Miss Casper is survived by her parents, Dave and Pat Casper at the home; three brothers, David F Casper Jr, US Navy on the USS Coral Sea, Andy Casper at the home, and Ed Casper at the home; one sister, Theresa, at the home; one grandmother, Bernice Casper, Auburn, NY; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.  Funeral services were held Wednesday, Nov 5, at 10:30 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church here with Father Aloysius Breznik and Father Bernard R Casper officiating. Burial was at Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport.” (Davenport Times:  11-06-1980)“Karen Casper. Died:  11-02-80, age 18, car accident; Davenport . By: _____ Breznik.”  ( Davenport Catholic Ledger); 

 

Castro, Mariano P:  (1896-1987)  d. 7-06-1987;  “Mariano Patrick Castro. Died: 7-06-1987. Davenport, WA. Spouse: Alvina Bernardi, Divorced. Father: Jose Castro. Mother: Paulina Espinoza. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card and burial permit); 

 

Cathcart, Anna:  (1847-1927);  “Mrs Anna Cathcart died at the home of her son, L A Cathcart, here Monday following several months illness. The funeral was held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday, Rev W L Killian officiating. Special music was furnished by a quartet: Mrs J L Thayer, Mrs R D Whitney, E H Page and C W Richards, accompanied by Miss Mabel Inkster. The church was crowded with friends of Mrs Cathcart who came to pay their last respects.  Mrs Cathcart was buried in Mountain View Cemetery. Pall bearers were J E Fraser, Alf Hughes, J D McCallum, Chas Lindstrum, H H McMillan and M B Jarvis. Mrs Cathcart was born in New Garden, PA, and later moved to Philadelphia, where she lived until 1882. On June 6, 1872 she was married to Robert Cathcart. They moved to WA in 1882 and took up a homestead 3 miles north of Davenport. While on a visit to their old home in PA in 1903, Mr Cathcart died of typhoid fever. Mr Cathcart is survived by 2 sons, Louis A and Robert R Cathcart, both of Davenport, and one grandson.  She was an active worker in the Davenport Presbyterian church and was one of the ideal type of pioneer women of this district. Out of town persons who attended included Mr and Mrs R E Kuhlman of Vera, Mr and Mrs George N Lowe of Lamona, Miss Emma Kipp, C T Kipp and C R Millard of Spokane.”  (Dav Trib:2-17-1927) “Mrs Anna Cathcart; died Feb 14, 1927; burial: Feb 16, 1927” (Davenport Presbyterian ledger); 

 

Cathcart, Bertha A:  (1892-1982)  “Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan 13 for long-time resident Bertha A Cathcart, 89, who died here Jan 9, 1982.  Services were held at the First Presbyterian Church of Davenport with the Rev Donald Cornish officiating. She was born Jan 17, 1892 in Greenwood County, KS, and moved here to live with her aunt and uncle. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church here, a 50-year member of Chapter N of PEO, Davenport, and a 50-year member of Chapter 131 Order of Eastern Star, Davenport.  She is survived by three nephews, Bob Cathcart of Spokane, William T Kuhlman, retired air force man of Moore Park, CA; Byden Kuhlman of Seattle; two nieces, Geraldine Ghormley of Seattle and Frances Jones of Ottawa, Kansas.” (Davenport Times:  1-14-1982);  “Bertha Alice Cathcart.  Died: 1-09-1982, Davenport, WA. Father: William T Kuhlman. Mother: Mary Marklin. Spouse: Louis A Cathcart, deceased. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card); 

 

Cathcart, Catherine A:  (1882-1947);  “Mrs Kate Cathcart, 67, a resident of Davenport for many years, died suddenly Monday at the home of her son, Robert Cathcart, in Tekoa. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church in Davenport this afternoon with burial in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Mrs Cathcart came to the Davenport area as a girl. She was a member of the first graduating class from the Davenport High School, and married Robert Cathcart, member of another pioneer family, in 1904. They resided on a farm north of town for many years, and then lived in town while he was in the insurance business. They moved to Sprague in 1935 and he died in Spokane in 1938. She is survived by her son, four sisters including Mrs Clyde Millard, Spokane, Lizzie and Addie Rodgers, Davenport; one brother, Robert Rodgers, Davenport.” (Odessa Record: 7-17-1947)

 

Cathcart, Katherine E:  (1918-1984) “Katherine Cathcart.  Died: 5-17-1984, Spokane County, WA.  Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit); 

 

Cathcart, Louis:  (1876-1937);  “Louis Andrew Cathcart. Died: April 17, 1937; burial date: Apr 17, 1937” (Davenport Presbyterian ledger; also shown, a Robert Runley Cathcart died in 1938) “Lewis Andrew Cathcart. Date of Petition: Feb 26, 1917. Born: Aug 20, 1876, Philadelphia, PA. Occupation: Real Estate. Residence: Davenport. Died: April 17, 1937.” (Acacia Lodge Data)

 

Cathcart, Robert: (1849-1903); “Robert Cathcart; d. 1903” (Davenport Presbyterian ledger); (TS shown in 1974 listing)

 

Cathcart, Robert E:  (1917-1986) “Robert Ellis Cathcart. Died: 5-20-1986, Spokane, WA. Widowed. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit); 

 

Cathcart, Robert R:  (1873-1938) “Robert R Cathcart. Died: Oct 27, 1938.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)

 

Caudle surname:  A large Caudle family resided in the Egypt vicinity, north of Davenport, and they also appeared in Montana records. M G (Manlif Graham) Caudle was born July 16, 1875 in North Carolina.  M G and his wife Mary had atleast seven children.)

 

Caudle, Eugene:  (Davenport City) “Eugene Caudle. Died: Aug 21, 1940.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index) (Edit: Date of birth for Erasmus Eugene Caudle has been recorded as May 24, 1879 and died in Spokane on Aug 21, 1940.)

 

Caudle, Rex:  (1898-1917); (Edit: William R Caudle, age 12, was shown as a son of M G Caudle on the Teton Co, MT 1910 census.) (TS shown in 1974 listing)

 

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Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA submitted

to the WAGenWeb by Marge Womach, January 2009

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