Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  


                   submitted by Marge Womach 



Page Hol through Hoo

See cemetery introduction on page A 


Holbert, Joseph W:  (1872-1945); “Joseph W Holbert. Died: May 29, 1945.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index);  (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Holbert, Rosa:  (1883-1930); “Rosa Holbert. Died: June 28, 1930.” (Davenport Presbyterian Ledger);


Holburt, Joseph:  (d. 6-05-1900);  “Joseph Hulburt.  #436.  Filed 13 Sept 1900. Died: June 5, 1900 in Lincoln County. Spouse: Martha J. Children: S T, John C, J W, G, W B, Jennie A McAviney, and Eva Rice.” (notes from Lincoln County Superior Court Probate #436)“License: March 23, 1893. Groom: Joseph Hulbert, age 55, 2nd marriage, residing Davenport, born MO, farmer. Father: Joseph Hulburt. Mother: Charlotty Aldridge. Bride: Martha J Woods. Maiden name: Martha J Bell, age 50, 2nd marriage, residing Davenport, born OH. Father: Denis Bell; Mother: Elizabeth Cohann. Marriage: March 29/24, 1893, at (residence of) Martha J Wood. Officiant: O B Parks, Justice of the Peace. Witnesses: John Hulburt. Leila Bell.” (Lincoln Co Marriage Return: #104);


Holburt, Martha J: (d. 10-26-1903); age 62 yrs 2 mos;  (see probate #671 and 673, not viewed) “Mrs Martha Hulbert, who has been quite sick at her home about 3 miles from town for several weeks, passed away Sunday night at 12 o’clock. She was one of the earliest settlers in the county. Her first husband, Mr Wood, died in 1890, and a few years afterwards was married to James Hulbert, who also died about 2 years since. Burial services were held at her home on Tuesday, conducted by Rev J A Rodgers. Deceased was well known to the earlier settlers, and was held in high esteem. She was in her 62nd  year.—Lincoln County Times.” (Citizen: 11-06-1903)


Holderby surname: {See also Holderby family gathers in DT: 12-02-1982}


Holderby, Chloie Emma:  (1911-1912); d. 1-06-1912; d/o DW & EE; (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Holderby, Ellen L Robinson: (1890-1983);  w/o Vernon;  “Ellen L Holderby, life-long resident of the Davenport area, died at Lincoln Hospital Jan 16, 1983 at the age of 92.  She was born in Bluestem on Jan 18, 1890, to James E Robinson and the former Caroline Mecklenburg. She married Vernon E Holderby on Jan 15, 1914 at Davenport Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband, Vernon; her sons Quentin of Honolulu, Hawaii, James of Davenport, and Ermit of Davenport; daughters, Jessie Willey and Mrs John (Florence) Hattemer, both of Davenport; one brother, Dewey Robinson of Davenport; sisters, Mrs Chester (Lillie) Teel of Davenport, and Mrs Wilfred (Verna) Welch of Walla Walla; as well as 11 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by brothers John and Chester, who died in childhood, brothers Everett and Earnest, and her sister Maybelle.  Holderby was a 50-year member of the Community Grange, as well as Pomona Grange, WA State Grange, National Grange, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary in Davenport.  Funeral services will be held at the Davenport Presbyterian Church Jan 20 at 11 a.m., with Rev Jeff Callender officiating. Pallbearers will be her 6 grandsons: Jeff Holderby, Steve Holderby, Wayne Holderby, Dennis Hattemer, Larry Hattemer and Rodney Willey. Music will be sung by Jana Callender, soloist, with Sarah Jane Johnson, organist. Burial will follow at Mountain View Cemetery.” (Davenport Times:  1-20-1983) 


Holderby, Ermit P:  (1929-2000); d. 7-28-2000;  “Funeral service for Ermit P Holderby, 70, a lifetime Davenport resident, were Wednesday, Aug 2, at First Presbyterian Church in Davenport, with Pastor Martha Montovani officiating.  Interment followed at Mountain View Cemetery. Mr Holderby died Friday, July 28, in Spokane. Born Sept 24, 1929, at the family farm eight miles north of Davenport, he was the son of Vernon and Ellen L (Robinson) Holderby.  While attending school, he participated in track and football and was a 1947 Davenport High School graduate. He farmed with his father and continued farming for more than 50 years. He married Lorraine Delores Schuh on Feb 18, 1951, at the Harrington Community Church. He belonged to First Presbyterian Church in Davenport, the Davenport Union and Odessa Union warehouses and the Washington Horse Breeders Association. He raised and raced thoroughbred horses for more than 25 years, hunted and attended local high school athletic events.  His parents and two brothers, Jim and Quentin, preceded him in death. He leaves his wife of 49 years, Lorraine (Schuh) Holderby, at the home; a daughter, Trudy Holderby of Davenport; two sons, Steve Holderby of Spokane and Jeff Holderby of Davenport; four grandchildren, Chris, Jeremy, Justin and Sheryl; two sisters, Jessie Willey and Florence Hattemer, both of Davenport; and numerous nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport handled arrangements.” (Dav. Times: 8-03-2000) 


Holford, Ray Cecil see Rohlman.


Hollis surname:  (Melvin LeRoi Hollis, 44, was the victim of auto accident on Aug 19, 1982. He was born 11-11-1937, son of Clayton and June Hollis. He served in both the US Navy and then the Air Force National Guard. Cremation followed. Survived by father and step-mother, Clayton and Florence Hollis; and mother and step-father, June and Willard Gamble.  Clayton L Hollis died Jan 17, 1985, burial not shown, see his obit 19082nd file.)


Hollis, Beulah: (unconfirmed burial)  “Beulah Hollis. Female. White. Birth: Jan 30, 1909, WA. Aged: 27 days. Father: W J Hollis, born Conn. Mother: Belle Coats, born Iowa. Death: 2-26-1909, 9 a.m.  Cause: pneumonia of 5 days duration. R P Moore, MD, Davenport, WA.” (Burial not shown; WA State Board of Health: Certificate of Death);


Hollis, Edward L:  (1931-1981); d. 2-08-1981;  “Funeral services were held here at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home Tuesday, Feb 10 for Edward L Hollis of Spokane, who died Sunday, Feb 8, 1981 in Spokane at the age of 50.  Hollis, who was born in Spokane and reared in Davenport, is survived by his fiancée, Della Sikes of Spokane; his mother, Mary McCullough, Davenport; two brothers, Jack Hollis, Spokane, and Eldred Hollis of Davenport; six sisters, Eve Nafie of Prosser, WA, Loretta Barker of Port Orchard, WA, Ilene Johnston of Kingston, ID, Patty Frazier of Pinehurst, ID, Donna McDowell of Davenport, Carol Pring of Spokane, numerous nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his step-father, Roy McCullough, and his brother, Ted Hollis.  He was a veteran of the Korean War, a member of VFW Post No 7480. He was a member of the American Postal Service Union, FOE No 3433, Spokane Valley. Pastor David Sutton officiated the services and interment was at Mountain View Cemetery here.” (Davenport Times: 2-12-1981); 


Hollis, James A:  (1890-1954); (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hollis, Kay M: (1955-1957); (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974) “Kay Marie Hollis. Died: 10-04-1957. Burial: Mt View Cemetery , Davenport , WA .” (Lincoln Co Health burial permit);


Hollis, Michael E:  (1960-1960); aged 3 mos; “Michael Eugene Hollis.  Dated: 8-25-1960.  Wee one who struggled to live.” (Davenport Presbyterian Ledger); (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)“Michael Eugene Hollis. Died: 8-25-1960. Birth: 5-19-1960. Burial: Mt View Cemetery , Davenport , WA .” (Lincoln Co Health burial permit)


Hollis, Ted W:  (1936-1980);  d. 12-31-1980;  “Funeral services were held Friday, Jan 2 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport for Theodore W Hollis, who died here Dec 31, 1980 at the age of 44.  Hollis, born in Spokane on April 13, 1936, married Joanne Thiringer on August 9, 1956 in Davenport. He lived 10 years in Kennewick and worked at the IGA grocery there. He moved to Davenport in 1970 where he cut meat at the Grange Supply, worked at Don’s Thrift and later at Odessa Union Warehouse. Hollis was a member of Zion Lutheran Church where he was a deacon and Luther League sponsor. He was also an emergency medical technician, as well as a volunteer fireman. Hollis was one of the performers in the Whistling Midgets troupe which performed at various functions in this county and other counties in the state. He was also active in community sports programs, serving as umpire for women’s and men’s town softball teams.  He is survived by his wife, Joanne, at the home; two sons, Ron of Davenport and Cory; one daughter, Dawn; his mother, Mary McCullough of Davenport; three brothers, Ed Hollis of Spokane, Jack Hollis and Eldred Hollis of Davenport; six sisters, Eva Nafie of Prosser, WA, Loretta Barker of Port Orchard, WA, Illene Johnston of Kingston, ID, Patty Frazier of Pinehurst, Idaho, Donna McDowell of Davenport, and Carol Pring of Spokane; nieces and nephews. Interment was at Mountain View Cemetery here. The Rev Stanley Williamsen of Davenport Zion Lutheran Church officiated the services.” (Davenport Times: 1-08-1981); 


Honaker, Harry A.:  (1873-1941);  “Harry A Honaker, 68, passed away Friday in a Spokane hospital where he was taken from his home at Rocklyn. Funeral services were held Tuesday from the Davenport Funeral Home. Born in Quincy, Kentucky, he had resided in the Harrington and Rocklyn districts 41 years. A brother, William Honaker, San Francisco, is the only known relative.”  (Citizen: 5-16-1941) “Harry Honaker. Died: May 9, 1941.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index); 


Hoople surname:  An extensive article was written on the historic Hoople house built by Joseph Hoople and his wife Hattie in about 1893. The house was passed to their son, Archie, after Mrs Hoople’s death in 1921. After Archie’s marriage to Clara Shallup in 1923, they lived in the house until Archie’s death in 1969. Joseph Hoople came to Davenport in 1886 and operated a harness shop. He served as town treasurer from 1890 to 1909, when his stepson Edward Imus succeeded him. The article is found in the Davenport Times (6-14-1973) with reference also to the History of Big Bend (1904)


Hoople, Archie:  (1887-1969); s/o Joseph & Hattie; (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hoople, Clara Shallup:  (1903-1992); w/o Archie;   “Clara M Hoople, 88, a longtime Davenport resident, died Feb 6, 1992 at the Lincoln Nursing Home.  Graveside service was held Feb 8 at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport, with the Rev Walter Estelle officiating. Davenport’s Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  She was born July 14, 1903, at Moscow, Idaho, to Henry E and Gertrude M Shallop. IN 1913, they moved to Davenport, where she has resided since. She attended Davenport schools. Mrs Hoople was a homemaker and hired out to do housekeeping in the community. She and her husband did janitorial work and were custodians for the Presbyterian Church here for many years.  She married Archie Hoople, who preceded her in death in 1969. Survivors include one daughter, Irene Machart of Spokane;  two sons, Ray E Hoople of Soap Lake, WA, and Edward J Hoople of Camano Island, WA; six grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband and two sisters.” (Davenport Times: 2-13-1992); 


Hoople, Fay:  (1889-1952); d. 11-03-1952; s/o Joseph & Hattie;  “Jay Hoople. Died: Nov 3, 1952.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index);  “Faye Hoople. Dated: 11-03-1952.  Brother of sexton; died in Veterans Hospital.” (Presbyterian Ledger);


Hoople, Hattie A:  (1854-1921); “Hattie A Hoople. Died: Dec 11, 1921.” (Davenport Presbyterian Ledger); Hattie’s name was Agnes Hale Imus, a widow with one son, in MN where she married Joseph Hoople following the death of his first wife. Hattie and Joseph had at least three children, Archie, Fay, and Ada (who married J B Darling).


Hoople, Joseph A:  (1831-1912); “Joseph A Hoople. Died: April 12, 1910; Buried: Davenport, WA.” (Acacia Lodge Index) (See also: Egypt Mining. Dated: 4-17-1893);


Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA submitted

to the WAGenWeb by Marge Womach, January 2009

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