Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  


                   submitted by Marge Womach 



 Page Ch through Cl

See cemetery introduction on  page A



Chappell, William:  (1854-1936);  “William Chappel, a pioneer of this region, died Monday. Although he died at the county farm north of Davenport, at one time he was one of the most extensive farm land holders in the region. A native of Illinois, 80 years old, he had lived in this county 49 years, farming most of the time near Rocklyn. A brother, Perry, in Seattle survives. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. form the J C Phillips chapel, Davenport.  The Rev F J Ahrendt officiating and burial was in Mountain View Cemetery.”  (Citizen: 10 July 1936) “Walt’s memories go much farther back than mine do, and that story will be his to tell one day.  Mine go back to the years of 1931 and 1932 when mother took us kids to the Hall place to pick pie cherries from the many fruit bearing trees that were there at that time.  Bill Chapel was living there in a single boarded shack with his pet sow Bertha, and a few pet chickens who would follow him into the house for a handout now and then. Mr Chapel had found a haven for a short period of time, and shared the cherries with whomever would pick them, as he welcomed the company. Bertha followed close at our heels, squealing and snorting at us, which sent us kids into a frightened frenzie. Chapel would chortle, ‘Come on Bertha baby, those kids won’t hurt you.’  When winter settled in and Bill Chapel became unable to care for himself any longer, county officials came and escorted him to the poor farm (on the Richard Gunning place), where he lived out the rest of his days. Walt tells me that old Bill Chapel sobbed at having to leave his beloved shack and especially Bertha, who was his constant companion. Bertha baby went where all good little pigs go, via the Spokane stockyards, and the money Bill received from her sale was of little comfort to a lonely old man.” (Davenport Times:  5-04-1978) (Edit: William Chappell was indeed admitted on Sept 28, 1932 to the Lincoln Co Poor Farm at the age of 76 years. He had been born in McHenry Co, IL and had a brother Henry located in Harrington. His record there does not give more details; however, someone cared enough to purchase a tombstone and pay for his burial in Davenport’s Mountain View Cemetery, 1854-1936.)


Chase, Elsie M Phillip:   (1896-1975);  “Elsie Mae Chase. Died: 6-27-1975. Birth: 1-26-1896, WA. Spouse: R W Chase. Father: Joseph Phillip; Mother: Josephine Matherly. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card); 


Chase, infant: “Lot 4, Block 126” (Davenport City);


Chase, James R:  (1930-1979); “Lot 4, Block 126” (Davenport City); “James Russell Chase. Died: 9-24-1979. Birth: 12-01-1930, WA. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health burial permit);  “Funeral services for James R Chase were held on Wednesday, Sept 26 with the Strate Funeral Home directing. Chase was born in Bellingham, WA, on Dec 1, 1930 and died in Spokane on Sept 24, 1979. He had come to Davenport as a child and completed his schooling here, graduating from Davenport High School.  Following his graduation from high school, he followed the rodeo circuit for a number of years, after which he was engaged in farming in the Davenport area and the raising and breeding of quarter horses.  He has been a resident of Spokane for the past 10 years. Survivors include his father, Russel Chase of Davenport; four daughters, Vickie Nicholls, and Toni Chase of Davenport, Connie Doucette of Port Orchard, WA; and Debbie Chase of Spokane; three brothers, Phil Chase of Seattle, Chevy Chase of Sunnyside, WA, and Robert Chase of Uruguay, South America; one sister, Jean Reinbold of Davenport.  Also surviving are three grandchildren. Interment took place at Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, with the Rev Roger V Muisiner officiating.” (Davenport Times:  9-27-1979); 


Chase, Russell W:   (1894-1983);  “Lot 3 Block 142” (Davenport City); “Russell Ward Chase. Died:  10-15-1983, Davenport, WA.  Spouse: Widowed. Father: Frank Miller Chase. Mother: Teresa Fisher. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);  “Funeral services for Russell W Chase, who died Oct 5, 1983 were held Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church in Davenport. Rev Jeffrey Callender officiated, and Sarah Jane Johnson and Dixie Guhlke provided music.  Chase was born Oct 31, 1894 in Ohio, and came to WA in 1913 to work on an orchard for his uncle. He received his degree in horticulture from WSU in 1919 where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and the Crimson Circle. He married Elsie Phillips of Davenport in 1919, and the couple operated an orchard near Grant Orchards, for 13  years. In 1926 they moved to Bellingham where he operated a tire business and service station. The family came to Davenport in 1936 to operate a wheat farm which had been his home ever since.  Chase’s main interests were connected with agriculture. He was Lincoln County Fair Board president from 1956 to 1961, and was always an active worker in the fair having been chairman of the vegetable department for many years.  He was a past master of Community Grange and served a term on the board of directors of the Federal Production Credit Association. Aside from these activities he was an elder in the Davenport Presbyterian Church and an ardent Democrat, working actively in the party in Lincoln County.  Whenever he went into anything, Chase gave it his all with great enthusiasm. Friends remember seeing him on a high ladder painting window frames on the back of the Presbyterian not too many years ago.  When Chase retired frm farming, he took a job selling promotion business material for a Kansas firm. He traveled many miles in his car making calls and meeting new people.  Three days before his death, Chase still was working diligently getting his yard ready for winter and picking apples frm his fruit trees. He always distributed apples to his friends and neighbors every fall, and he was very proud of his home and his yard full of flowers. His wife died in 1975, and son James died in 1979. Survivors include three sons, Phil Chase, Seattle; Chevy Chase, Sunnyside; Robert Chase, College Station, TX, but now on government assignment in Australia; a daughter, Jean Reinbold, Davenport; one sister, Maude Campbell, Denver, CO; 19 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren plus numerous nieces and nephews. Chase was interred at Mountain View Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  10-20-1983; photo in original); 


Chilton, Henry E: (1863-1928);  h/o Belle;  “Henry E Chilton. Died: 26 May 1928, Davenport, WA. Birth: 27 Oct 1862, born Ottumwa, Iowa. (cemetery book shows birth as 12 Oct 1863) Spouse: Jeanetta Belle Phillips. Father: Joseph Chilton, born Wales; Mother: Sarah Price, b. PA. Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card) “Lot 2 Block 103”  (Davenport City); “Rev E C Scott was called upon to preach the funeral sermon Monday at Davenport for Mr Henry Chilton, a pioneer of Lincoln County, 65 years old, and who has resided here since 1883. The funeral was conducted from the Presbyterian Church and was very largely attended. Interment in the Davenport Cemetery.  Mr Chilton was a man of excellent character and liked by all good citizens as attested by the large attendance of old friends and acquaintances who assembled to pay their last respects to the departed.  By reference to The Citizen subscription books, we find that Henry Chilton was among the older subscribers to this paper, and has been a continuous subscriber since January 1, 1909. Time pays no heed to mankind in its unceasing, onward march. The ranks of the older population are thinning. Here one steps out of line today, there one tomorrow. ‘Twas ever so. ‘Twill ever be so.” (Citizen: 6-01-1928); “Mr and Mrs Henry Chilton, who have been visiting for two or three months at the St Louis fair, and with some of their old friends down in Arkansas, Iowa and other states are again at home. Mr Chilton remarks that they had a fine visit, that he chased the festive ‘possum by moonlight, and otherwise enjoyed himself. It is twenty-four years since he left for the west, and of course he found great changes in the community where he played marbles as a boy, and caught fish with a crooked pin.—Lincoln County Times.” (Citizen: 12-23-1904) "Local Pioneer Dies At Home Here, Henry Chilton Passes Away After Long Illness, funeral Monday.  Henry Chilton, age 66, died at his home in Davenport about 2 a.m. Saturday.  He had been ailing for several years and about ten weeks ago underwent a major operation in Spokane.  He was brought home about six weeks ago and was apparently getting along nicely until a little over a week before his death, when his condition took a turn for the worse and he gradually grew weaker.  Mr. Chilton was born in Ottumwa, Iowa, October 27, 1862.  He came to the Bluestem district in 1883, and took up a homestead, the place now farmed by his son-in-law, Charles Lindstrum about eight miles from Davenport on the present North Central highway.  There he resided until 1908, when he retired from farming and moved to Davenport.  He was married to Belle Phillips of Bluestem in 1894.  Mr. Chilton was active in community affairs while a resident of Davenport and served two years as city councilman.  During the world war he served 11 months on the draft exemption board in Spokane.  He had a great interest in the public schools and rarely missed attending school athletic contests or other affairs of that nature.  He was a member of Lincoln lodge No. 50., Knights of Pythias, and took an active interest in the work of that organization.  Mr. Chilton is survived by his widow, Mrs. Belle Chilton, two daughters, Mrs. Charles Lindstrum, Davenport and Miss Veryl Chilton, Washington State college student, one grandson Joseph Chilton Lindstrum, a sister, Mrs. Amelia Whitsel, Chadron, Neb., a brother William Chilton, Given, Iowa, and a half brother Francis Chilton, Park City, Utah.  Funeral services for Mr. Chilton were held at the Davenport Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m., Reverent Clarence Scott of Harrington, and old time  friend of Mr. Chilton officiated. Senator Charles W. Myers also gave a talk.  A male quartet, J. D. McCallum, L. D. Baker, E. H. Page and W. W. Foley sang accompanied by Miss Mabel Inkster. Davenport Knights of Knights attended the funeral in a body, and had charge of the cemetery service.  Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery.  Pallbearers were J. W. Sawyer, John Paul, Lloyd Campbell, Fred Denson, Lee Spining and Wendell Owens." Submitted by Joann Vestal, relative, November, 2009.


Chilton, Jeanetta Belle: (1869-1963); w/o H E;  “Jeanetta Belle Chilton. Died: 1-09-1963, Davenport, WA.  Father: Ben Phillips. Mother: Elisa Creelman; Spouse: widowed, (Henry E Chilton, b. Ottumwa, Iowa) Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card) “Lot 2 Block 103” (Davenport City);


Chilton, Joseph W:  (1894-1915); “Lot 2 Block 103” (Davenport City); “Joseph Chilton. D. Feb 24, 1915” (Davenport Presbyterian ledger)


Chrisman, Barbara J Olsen:  (1936-1985); w/o Gordon; d/o Bud & Beulah;  “Funeral services for Barbara (Olsen) Chrisman, a longtime Gray’s Harbor resident and the daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin (Bud) and Beulah Olsen of Davenport, take place tomorrow, on Friday, Jan 11 at the Assembly of God Church here in Davenport. Mrs Chrisman, 48, died on Saturday, Jan 5, 1985.  Rev Jim Terry of Chewelah and Rev Rick Johnson of Olympia officiate the service at the church building on the corner of Seventh St and Logan St. Interment follows at Mt View Cemetery in Davenport. Pall bearers include Milt Hardy, Rich Hardy, Bob Hardy, Denny Hardy, Veral Klein and Eugene Kruger. Mrs Chrisman was born on March 1, 1936 in Spokane. After graduation from Davenport High School in 1954, she later attended Whitworth College in Spokane, where she became a graduate in 1979. She received medical technician training at Seattle’s Virginia Mason Hospital. She served as a medical technician for 20 years at Gray’s Harbor Medial Center. She served as a member of the Evergreen Christian Center and the Shelton Art Club, and as president of the Gray’s Harbor Arts League.  Mrs Chrisman also served as a volunteer representative for Youth For Understanding, as well as remained active in the Washington State International Farm Youth Exchange Alumni Association. In 1957, she went as an exchange student to Germany, and later served as a host mother for international students.  She married Gordon Chrisman on Sept 5, 1959 in Davenport. He survives her at the Lost Lake home.  Other survivors include two sons, Randall Chrisman of Bellevue, and Bryan Chrisman of Lost Lake; three sisters, Mrs Leonard (Bonnie) Schlottmann of Aloha, OR, Mrs Lee (Melanie) Sperry of Woodinville and Brenna Olsen of Davenport; two nieces, Corinne and Selena Sperry; and her mother and father, Marvin (Bud) and Beulah Olsen of Davenport.” (Davenport Times:  1-10-1985; errors edited  by family)


Chrisman, Dorothea E:  (d. 3-14-1929); infant; “infant female Chrisman. Died: 14 March 1929, stillborn.  (Dorothea E Chrisman,  Probable Father: Samuel Aubrey Chrisman, Probable Mother: Irene Helbig) Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA”. (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Chrisman, Ella V:  (1877-1948);  w/o Ernest; “Lot 2 Block 127” (Davenport City); “Ella Virginia Chrisman. Died: Sept 1, 1948.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Chrisman, Ernest S: (1874-1929); h/o Ella; “Lot 2 Block 127” (Davenport City); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Chrisman, Esther Pershall:  (1911-2003) “Funeral for Esther Chrisman, 91, was Monday, March 24, at Strate Funeral Home Chapel in Davenport, with interment following at Mountain View Cemetery.  Mrs Chrisman, a former Ford resident, died March 17 in Spokane, where she had resided. Born Oct 5, 1911, in Long Lake to Samuel and Grace (Dolbow) Pershall, she married Joseph Chrisman on May 12, 1928 in Davenport.  She belonged to the Eastern Star Chapter No 151 and the Ellivore Rebekah Lodge No 234, both in Oroville.  She was preceded in death by her husband in 1990; an infant daughter, Dorthea; two brothers, Clyde and Ben Pershall; and a sister, Olive (Dottie) McCulloch. She leaves two sons, Joseph (and Lorene) Chrisman of Peachtree City, GA; Garry (and Ginger) Chrisman of Republic; a daughter, Velma (and Bruce) Markee of Spokane; seven grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren and 11 great great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.”  (Dav. Times: 3-27-2003)


Chrisman, infant female:  “Lot 1 Block 127")(Davenport City);infant female Chrisman. Died: 14 March 1929, stillborn.  (Dorothea E. Chrisman, name taken from cemetery TS book. Probable Father: Samuel Aubrey Chrisman, Mother: Irene Helbig) Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA”. (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Chrisman, Irene:  (1906-1996); w/o Samuel;  “Irene (Chrisman) Schmidt passed away at the Lincoln Nursing Home in Davenport on Nov 24, 1996. She was 90 years old. Funeral service was held Wednesday this week at the Davenport Assembly of God Church, with Rev Jim Terry of Silver Lake officiating. Interment followed at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport.  Irene was born on June 14, 1906, in Greensburg, IN, to Jacob and Barbara (Hanson) Helblig. On March 31, 1929 she married Samuel Aubrey Chrisman. The couple came West to Indian Creek, northwest of Davenport, in 1931. Aubrey passed away in 1966.  Irene continued to live on the family farm at Indian Creek until marrying Jack Schmidt of Seven Bays on March 31, 1980. She had been a resident of the nursing home for four years before her death.  She was a member of the Davenport Assembly of God Church, the Larene Ladies Club and the Wilson Grange. Always a hard worker, Irene grew an enormous garden each year and shared her produce with friends. In later years, she helped care for an orchard at her home in Seven Bays. Survivors include her three sons and their wives, George and Janie Chrisman of Davenport, Gordon and Fran Chrisman of Olympia, and Merlin and Alice Chrisman of Creston;  and two daughters and their husbands, Barbara and Raymond White of The Dalles, Oregon, and Arlou and Jerry Ives of Creston.  She also is survived by 16 grandchildren, Linda Kriebel of Moscow, ID; Marjie Wright of Highlands Ranch, CO; Carolyn Bradley of Colorado Springs, CO; Kevin White of Spokane; Susan Postelwait of Cowich; Rod Chrisman of Tieton; Sharon Chrisman of Creston; Ron Chrisman of Davenport; Randall Chrisman of Bellevue; Bryan Chrisman of Shelton; Polly McIrvin of Jacksonville, FL; Jeff Chrisman of Creston; Yvonne DeMar of Harrington; Sherri McKay of Creston; and Travis Ives of Fort Leonard Wood, MO; 15 great grandchildren; one great-great grandson; one step-daughter, Kay Clayton of Seattle and Kay’s son Jack Clayton; and numerous nieces and nephews.  Irene was preceded in death by her first husband, Aubrey, on Dec 10, 1966; her second husband, Jack, in Feb 1985; and one daughter-in-law, Barbara (Olsen) Chrisman on Jan 5, 1985. Irene’s eight grandsons were pall bearers at her funeral. Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 11-28-1996); 


Chrisman, J:  “Lot 1, Block 127” (Davenport City);


Chrisman, Joseph G:  (1907-1990)  “Services were officiated by Pastor Cynthia Rodkey Aug 31 at the Strate Funeral Home in Davenport for Joseph G Chrisman. Chrisman died Aug 27 at his home near Little Falls, north of Reardan. He was 83.  Married to Esther Pershall May 12, 1928, Chrisman retired from Washington Water Power in 1972. He was a Past Master of the Masonic Lodge and Past Worthy Patron of Orger of the Eastern Star, both of Oroville, WA. Also in Oroville, he was a member of IOOF and Rebekah Lodge.  Chrisman is survived by his wife, Esther; two sons, Joseph S Chrisman of San Antonio and Garry S Chrisman of Republic, WA; one daughter, Velma Markee of Ford, WA; seven grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and four sisters.” (Davenport Times:  9-13-1990); 


Chrisman, Samuel Aubrey:  (1900-1966); “Samuel Aubrey Chrisman. Died: 12-10-1966, Davenport, WA. Father: Ernest S Chrisman; Mother: Ella Funkhouser; Spouse: Irene Chrisman. Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card) “S A Chrisman; Lot 3 Block 166” (Davenport City);“Samuel A Chrisman.—His home, Davenport, WA. Survived by his wife, Irene, at the home; 3 sons, George and Merlin Chrisman of Creston, WA; and Gordon of Aberdeen, WA; 2 daughters, Mrs Barbara White of Dallas, OR, Mrs Arlaw Ives, Davenport, WA; 13 grandchildren; one brother, Joe Chrisman of Ford, WA; 6 sisters, Mrs Leta Dellinger of Valley, WA; Mrs Martha Lamp, Colfax; Mrs Sada Mass, Abbeyville, S Carolina; Imogene Stiles, Port Angeles, WA; Mrs Elva Johnson, Yakima, WA; Mrs Lucile Dayton, Bellingham, WA. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Dec 14, 1 p.m. from Chapel of Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, WA, Rev Clyde Johnson officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: scrapbook item)


Christman, Gary Allen: “Gary Allen Christman. Died: 6-17-1969, Davenport, WA.  Father: Galien Christman.  Mother: Patricia Haynme.  Spouse: never married. Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card) “Gary Christman; Lot 1 Block 75 ½”  (Davenport City);


Christy, E J:  “Lot 3 Block 7” (Davenport City);  “Mr A Christie, aged 74, died at his  home near Larene, Nov 27, from cancer in the tongue and on the following day was buried in the cemetery near Davenport, Rev J A Rogers conducting the funeral services.” (LCT: 12-02-1902)


Christy, Mrs:  “Lot 3 Block 7” (Davenport City);  “Mrs Eliza Christie of Larene, aged about 60 years, died, burial in Davenport with funeral by Rev Gow of the Presbyterian church.”  (LCT: 4-12-1895)see also obitscounty1894


Clark, Bertrand:  (d. 1-26-1904, aged 3 yr 3 mos 9 days); s/o JB and Jessie M; “Bertram M Clark; Lot 1 Block 26” (Davenport City); (TS shown in 1974 listing). The 3 year old son of Mr. John B. and Jessie Clark was buried in the cemetery near town (Davenport) last Saturday, the funeral services being conducted in O W Stone’s undertaking parlors by Rev. O. J. Gist. The little fellow was accidentally and fatally burned at the home of his aunt at Twisp, Okonagan County on Jan 26th, while playing with a lighted match. The match dropped down among his outer garments, which took fire, and as he ran out it fanned the fire into a blaze, and though he was quickly overtaken and the fire extinguished, the front part of his body was severely burned, and the poor little child only lived a few hours. The mother was in Spokane and the father north of Davenport when the accident occurred. He is said to have been a very bright little boy, and his untimely taking off was a sad blow to the family. Lincoln Co Times. (Citizen)  


Clark, Chas:  “Lot 1 Block 135” (Davenport City) “Charles Clark. Died; 4 Feb 1930. Davenport, WA. Birth: unknown. Born NY app. 1857. Spouse: Single. Father: unknown. Mother: unknown. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);


Clark, Clara Helen:   “Lot 3 Block 105” (Davenport City)


Clark, Elizabeth M:  (1916-1995) “Elizabeth M Clark, 78, was born Sept 12, 1916 in Egypt to August and May (Willis) Reinbold and died April 20, 1995 in Davenport. Burial was at Mt View Cemetery.  Elizabeth Reinbold married Paul Clark on June 17, 1934. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul, and brother Lawrence Reinbold. Survivors include three daughters: Marlene Knapp of Redmond, WA; Marjorie Huddle of Redmond; and Judy Scrupps of Odessa.” (notes from undated scrapbook obit); Funeral service for longtime Davenport resident Elizabeth M Clark was held Monday at Zion Lutheran Church, with burial at Mountain View Cemetery.  Mrs Clark died April 20 in Davenport. She was 78.  She was born Sept 12, 1916, in Egypt to August and May (Willia) Reinbold, and attended school in the Davenport area.  A longtime florist in Davenport, she married Paul Clark on June 17, 1934.  She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, a certified floral designer and 1991 grand marshal of the Pioneer Days Parade. In addition, she volunteered at various community activities.  Mrs Clark is survived by three daughters, Marlene Knapp and her husband Nils of Redmond, Marjorie Huddle and her husband Bill of Redmond, and Judy Scrupps and her husband Lorus of Odessa; grandchildren, Matt and Beth Huddle of Bothell, Sidney and Randy Pepple of Kirkland, Lisa and Keith Blume of Yakima, and Amy Marie Scrupps of the University of Idaho at Moscow; five great grandchildren; two brothers, Milton and Willard Reinbold, both of Davenport; one sister, Agnes Arsenault of Spokane; and numerous nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul, and one brother, Laurence Reinbold. Mrs Clark will be missed by her family and friends.” (Davenport Times: undated, submitted by family); “Elizabeth May Clark. Died: 4-20-1995. Birth: 9-12-1916, WA. Widowed. Father: August Reinbold. Mother: May Willis. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card); 


Clark, John B: “Lot 1 Block 26” (Davenport City);  “The 3 year old son of Mr John B and Jessie Clark was buried in the cemetery near town (Davenport) last Saturday, the funeral services being conducted in O W Stone’s undertaking parlors by Rev O J Gist. The little fellow was accidentally and fatally burned at the home of his aunt at Twisp, Okanogan County on Jan 26th, while playing with a lighted match. The match dropped down among his outer garments, which took fire, and as he ran out it fanned the fire into a blaze, and though he was quickly overtaken and the fire extinguished, the front part of his body was severely burned, and the poor little child only lived a few hours. The mother was in Spokane and the father north of Davenport when the accident occurred. He is said to have been a very bright little boy, and his untimely taking off was a sad blow to the family. Lincoln County Times.” (Citizen: 2-12-1904)


Clark, infant:  “The funeral of the infant of Mr and Mrs F Clark was held Saturday with burial at Mt View Cemetery.”  (LCT: 9-17-1915)


Clark, Lewis J:  (1873-1933); “Lot 1 Block 114” (Davenport City) “Lewis James Clark. Died: 15 Dec 1933, Davenport, WA. Birth: 21 Jan 1872, Ohio. Spouse: Maude A Greening?; Father: William Clark, born Ohio; Mother: unknown, born Ohio. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);


Clark, Maude:  “Lot 3 Block 116” (Davenport City); “Maude Clarke. Died: Aug 7, 1940.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)


Clark, Paul:  (1903-1992) h/o Elizabeth Reinbold Clark; “Funeral service for Paul Clark, 89, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 25 at Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport, with Pastor David Daugs officiating. Burial will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  Mr Clark died last Saturday.  Born in Wilbur, he was raised in the Marshall, Wash. area, graduating from Marshall High School. He worked for the railroad and farmed for a short time. He married Elizabeth M Reinbold on June 17, 1934.  Mr Clark attended mechanical engineering school and then moved to Davenport. He was a farm equipment dealer and mechanic, retiring at age 83.  He was grand marshal of the 1991 Davenport Pioneer Days parade and was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church, where he served on the board for 18 years.  Mr Clark was a past school board director and board chairman in Davenport, as well as a former city councilman.  Survivors include his wife of 58 years at the home; three daughters and sons-in-law, Marlene and Nils Knapp, of Redmond, WA; Marjie and Bill Huddle of Redmond, WA, and Judy and Lorus Scrupps of Odessa; eight grandchildren, Matt and Beth Huddle of Woodinville, WA, Sidney and Randy Pepple of Kirkland, WA, Lisa and Keith Blume of Seattle, Tom Scrupps of Colfax, and Amy Scrupps of Moscow, Idaho; two great grandsons, Judson and Jacob Huddle of Woodinville; two nephews, of Seattle and one niece, Diane McLary of Lynnwood, WA.” (Davenport Times: 11-26-1992);  “Paul Clark will be missed.   Paul A Clark, aged 89, a long time Davenport resident, passed away Nov 21, 1992 in Davenport, WA. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth Clark of Davenport; three daughters and sons-in-law: Marlene and Nils Knapp of Redmond, WA, Marjie and Bill Huddle of Redmond, WA, Judy and Lorus Scrupps of Odessa; several grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.  Paul enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and spending time with his family. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church, of which he served 18 years on the Board of Directors; a school board member for many years; a former City Councilman; and Grand Marshall of Davenport’s 1991 Pioneer Days Parade.  Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, Nov 25, 1992 at 1:00 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport, Pastor David Daugs officiating. Interment will be at Mt View Cemetery, Davenport.”  (dated: Nov 25, 1992; submitted by family);  “Paul Augustus Clark. Birth: April 13, 1903, Wilbur, WA. Father: Olin W Clark; Mother: Anna Denberger.”  (Lincoln County Superior Court: Delayed Birth Returns); “Paul A Clark, Groom, of Lincoln Co, and Elizabeth Reinbold, Bride, of Lincoln Co. License Date: June 15, 1934. Marriage: June 17, 1934 at 12:15 p.m. in Lincoln Co. Clergyman: S J Ahrendt of Davenport.  Witnesses: Andrew Reinbold and August Reinbold.”  (Marriage Certificate: #354. Files: July 20, 1934)  “Paul Augustus Clark. Died: 11-21-1992. Birth: 4-13-1903, WA.  Spouse: Elizabeth May Reinbold. Father: Olin Clark. Mother: Anna Denberger. Burial: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card); *


Cleghorn, infant of J Pearl: (not known to be buried in Mt View)  “Infant female Cleghorn. Death: 30 Aug 1925. Father: unknown. Mother: Pearl Cleghorn. Age: 2 months at death. Buried on Cleghorn farm, 14 miles north of Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Cleghorn, Jennie P:  (1868-1955); “Lot 3 Block 122” (Davenport City); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Cleghorn, William Arthur: (1868-1935);  “William Arthur Cleghorn. Died: 20 Dec 1935, Davenport, WA. Birth: 20 May 1867, Iowa. Spouse: Jennie, nee not stated. Father: Andrew M Cleghorn, born IL. Mother: Mary Salor, born Iowa. Buried: Mt View Cemetery, Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card) “W A Cleghorn; Lot 3 Block 122” (Davenport City) “William A Cleghorn, 69, Davenport, dropped dead while splitting wood in a shed at his farm home 13 miles northwest of Davenport Friday. Mr Cleghorn, a native of Iowa, lived at Plum, Wash, 10 years before coming to Davenport in 1920. He is survived by his widow, Jennie, and five daughters.” (Odessa Record: 12-27-1935);


Clem, Sarah:  (1846-1902);  “Lot 2 Block 31” (Davenport City); (TS shown in 1974 listing)


Clem, W H:  “Lot 2 Block 31” (Davenport City);


Clements, Anna:  “Lot 2 Block 133” (Davenport City);


Clements, Jack:  “Lot 4 Block 114” (Davenport City); “Jack Clements. Died: March 14, 1939.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index) “Jack Clements. Died: 3-14-1939. Birth: 10-21-1877, Iowa. Spouse: Anna Clements. Parents: Unobtainable. Buried: Davenport, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);


Cline, Ardith:  (1920-1996) “Ardith J Cline, 76, of Davenport passed away on May 3 at Sacred Heart Medical Center after an extended illness with cancer. She was born Feb 8, 1920, in Spokane to Herman and Laura Huesman, but spent most of her life on the family farm in Davenport. She graduated from Davenport High School in 1938 and attended Kinman Business College. She married Don Cline on Feb 11, 1945, and during WW II, she worked as a bookkeeper for Rural Electric in Davenport.  Mrs Cline most enjoyed being a housewife and mother and was active with close friends in a local sewing club. The Clines have been longtime members of Davenport United Methodist Church. They recently celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary and have enjoyed spending their winter months in Mesa, AZ, for the last 13 years.  Mrs Cline is survived by her husband Don of Davenport; three sons, Greg of Denver; Jerry of Davenport; and Steven of St Louis, MO; 8 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; and her mother, Laura Huesman of Davenport. She was preceded in death by her sister, Velma Huesman. A memorial service for Mrs Cline was held Monday at the United Methodist Church in Davenport, which was preceded by a family graveside service.” (Dav. Times: 5-09-1996)



Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA submitted

to the WAGenWeb by Marge Womach, January 2009

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