Mondovi Pleasant View Cemetery  

Submitted by Marge Womach

Introduction and Historic Comments on Page A 

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Jacobsen, Betty M .Reagan;  (Apr 1, 1920-June 14, 1957);  “Edward H. Reagan, 41; Mary E. Reagan, 40; Robert E. Reagan, 12; Bertha M. Reagan, 10; Barney E. Reagan, 8 mos.” (1930 Cut Bank, Glacier Co, MT census); “Graveside services were held Wednesday at Mondovi Cemetery for Betty (Regan) Jacobsen, 37, formerly of Davenport, who died June 14 at her home at Cutbank, Montana.  The Rev John A. Christensen of the Presbyterian Church officiated at the rite arranged by Strate Funeral Home.  Mrs. Jacobsen was a niece of Mrs. Rose McClure Aronson, wife of the governor of Montana , and was a member of the McClure family which pioneered the Bald Ridge region northeast of Davenport.  Survivors include a daughter, Brookie; father, Edward Reagan; two brothers, Robert and Barney Reagan, all of Cutbank.” (Davenport Times: 6-20-1957)

Johnson, Adolph G.;   (1897-1971);  “Funeral services for Adolph Johnson, 65-year resident and farmer in the Davenport-Mondovi area, were held Dec 21, 1971 at the Strate Funeral Home in Davenport.  Johnson passed away Dec 16 at the age of 74.  He was born in Iowa in 1897 and moved west with his family sometime around 1908-1910.  He was a charter member and past master of the Mondovi Grange and a member of the Davenport lodge of the IOOF. He is survived by his wife, the former Della Cole, in Davenport; two sons, Earl in Mondovi and Melvin in Davenport, and two grandchildren. He is also survived by four brothers and two sisters in the Davenport-Spokane areas.” (Davenport Times: 1-06-1972)  “Adolph Gustav Johnson. Died: 12-16-1971. Birth: 3-05-1897, Iowa. Spouse: Della Galland. Father: Edgar Johnson. Mother: Hylda (sic) Swanson. Burial: Mondovi Cemetery, Mondovi, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card); {Della Golland Cole Johnson died 12-02-1983 in Davenport with burial in Davenport’s Mt View Cemetery.}

Johnson, Earl E.;   (Mar 4, 1922-Aug 29, 1996);   “Lifelong resident Earl E. Johnson, 74, died Thursday, Aug 29, 1996, at his home on Bald Ridge Road.  He was born on March 4, 1922, to Adolph and Susan (Zeimantz) Johnson in Reardan and graduated from Davenport High School in 1940.  He married Adeline Stelzer of Rocklyn in 1952 and farmed in Mondovi until he retired in 1984.  He was a member of the Mondovi Grange, Lincoln County Historical Society, Davenport Gun Club and Washington Association of Wheat Growers. He also was a former board member of the Mondovi Cemetery Association. IN addition, he was a former member of Davenport Odd Fellows Lodge and of the Bald Ridge Volunteer Fire Dept. He was a life member of the National Rifle Association. Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Adeline; a brother, Melvin Johnson of Davenport; one daughter, Arlene Cook of Deer Park; one son, Kenneth Johnson of Davenport; three grandchildren, Taunia Cook of Deer Park, Shallan Miller of Newport, and Joshua Cook of Deer Park; three great grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Graveside service was held Tuesday, Sept 3 at the Mondovi Cemetery, with Pastor Pat Hogan officiating. A reception followed at the Mondovi Grange. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 9-05-1996)  “Earl Edgar Johnson. Died: 8-20-1996. Birth: 3-04-1922, Reardan, WA. Spouse: Adeline E. Stelzer. Father: Adolph Johnson. Mother: Susan Elizabeth Zeimantz.  Burial: Mondovi Cemetery, Mondovi, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);

Johnson, Harry; (1905-1979);  “Harry Johnson. Died: 4-02-1979. Birth: 10-29-1905, Iowa. Spouse: Louise Laupp.  Father: Edgar Johnson. Mother: Hulda Swanson. Burial: Mondovi, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);“Funeral services were held yesterday, April 4 at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home here for Harry Johnson, who died Monday, April 2, in Davenport.  Johnson was a member of the American Legion, the Mondovi Grange and the Eagles Lodge of Spokane. He is survived by his wife, Louise, at the home in Davenport; two sons, Alvin E Johnson and Ernie Lawson, both of Davenport; two daughters, Ellen of Pleasantville, Iowa, Mrs. Katherine M. Sickles of Tewksberry, Mass.; four grandchildren, Christine Lee and Tommy Sickles and Little Ernie Lawson of Davenport; three brothers, Clarence of Davenport, Edward of Medical Lake, and Dean of Latah; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Stone of Spokane, and Mrs. Ruth Jahns of Newport, WA; numerous nieces and nephews. The Rev John Martin officiated the services and interment was held at Mondovi Cemetery.”  (Davenport Times: 4-05-1979)

Johnson, Louise Laupp Lawson;  (b. 1918;  d. _____) “This is to certify, that the undersigned, a ordained minister by authority of a License bearing date the 7th day of August AD 1937 and issued by the County Auditor of the County of Spokane did, on the 7th day of August, AD 1937, at Spokane, in the county and State aforesaid, join in lawful wedlock Thomas Lawson of Spokane, State of WA, and Louise Laupp, of Spokane, State of WA, with their mutual assent, in the presence of Mrs. A. E. Butterfield and A. E. Butterfield witnesses. In Testimony Whereof, witness the signatures of the parties to said ceremony, the witnesses and myself this 7th day of August, AD, 1937. Henry Allen Winkle, Pastor, Central Christian, Spokane, WA.” (Spokane Co Auditor: Certificate of Marriage; #54928)

Johnson, Susan E.; (1901-1959; w/o Adolph G); “Elizabeth Susan Zeimantz. Birth: 2-17-1901, Mondovi, Lincoln Co, WA. Father: John Christopher Zeimantz. Mother: Susanna Elizabeth Weber. Died: October 1959, Mondovi, Lincoln Co, WA.” (Zeimantz Data Collection); “License Date: Dec 1, 1920. Adolph Johnson, of Lincoln Co, groom; Susan Zeimantz, of Lincoln Co, bride; Marriage: Dec 2, 1920 at Harrington, Lincoln Co, WA by M. P. Shiel, Catholic Priest.” (Lincoln Co Auditor: Details from Marriage Certificate: U-2711; 137650);

Jones, D. J.: 63

Jones, Maggie E.;  (d. 1882);  “Died.—Near Mondovi, 18th inst., of inflammation of the bowels, Maggie E., infant daughter of David J. and Maggie H. Jones, aged 23 days.” (NW Tribune: 12-29-1882; no indication of burial);

Kelso surname:  {“Mondovi News.—The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Kelso was taken very sick Tuesday.” (D Tribune: 4-07-1910); Lincoln Co Auditor’s Birth Ledger to 1907 shows in the Reardan vicinity births to the following parents: J/I N. and M. A. (Stevenson) Kelso; E. G. T. and Harriet L. (Brell/Brill) Kelso; and  Lenard and Althea (Lair) Kelso.}

Kelso, HerbertL.;  (Oct 6, 1847-Nov 5, 1914; father; shared stone w/ Martha);  “Hubert L Kelso, age 62; Martha Kelso, 54; Iowa Kelso, 18; Media Plummer, granddaughter, 2.” (abstract of 1910 Mondovi, Lincoln Co census);

Kelso, Martha: 143

Kelso, Martha Arnole; (May 23, 1855-Mar 16, 1919; mother; shared stone w/Herbert);

(Edit: Martha Arnold’s mother was  Martha Brener and her  father was Grande Arnold.    Husband: Herbert)

Kenney, Emma Cooper;  (1837-1934; daughter of Geo Cooper);  “Emma Jane Kenney.  Died: 29 Sept 1934, age 76, Waits Lake, Stevens Co, WA. Father: Geo J. Cooper. Mother: Joanne Stanley. Spouse: Isaac Kenney.” (WA State Death Records);

Kenney, Isaac;  (d. 2-08-1943); (recorded in 1974  as Henney, Isaac: 1851-1943) “Isaac Kenney. Died: 8 Feb 1943, age 91, Valley, Stevens Co, WA. Father: John Kenney. Mother: not shown. Spouse: Emma.” (WA State Death Records); {Kenney, Edward A; hired man; m, Jan 1873, 27, KS, single, farm laborer. 1900 Census}

Kirkwood, Charles E.;  (Nov 1, 1885-May 31, 1977);  “Funeral services were held for Charles E. Kirkwood, a 60-year resident of Davenport, last Friday morning under direction of the Strate Funeral Home, with the Rev Roger V. Muisiner, officiating. Kirkwood was born in Colfax on Nov 1, 1885 and died on May 31, 1977 at the Lincoln Nursing Home. He had lived near the old Hart School as a child. As a young man, he hauled ore by horse and wagon from the old Deer Trail Mine to Davenport. He also engaged in farming. He worked on the construction crew of the Little Falls Dam and installed the Delco system at Fort Spokane. He married Trissie McClure on May 2, 1912. She died in 1968. The Kirkwoods moved to Davenport in 1917. IN 1932, Mr. Kirkwood went to work for the State Highway Dept and retired in 1950. He was a member of the Davenport Presbyterian Church and the Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodge. He is survived by one sister, Caroline Moss of Kelso, and numerous nieces and nephews.  Interment occurred at the Mondovi Cemetery.” (Davenport Times: 6-09-1977)  “Charles Edward Kirkwood. Died: 5-31-1977. Birth: 11-01-1885, WA. Widowed. Father: Daniel Kirkwood. Mother: Elizabeth Blake. Burial: Mondovi Cemetery, Mondovi, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card); “Daniel Kirkwood, July 1855, 44, OR, marr. 19 yrs, farmer. Elizabeth: Sept 1864, 35, OR, marr. 19 yrs; 8/8 children born/living. James F., 15; Charles E., 14; Millard, 12; Joseph, 11; Caroline, 8; Margaret, 7; William S., 4; and John A., 2.” (Details from 1900 Inkster Precinct, Lincoln Co, WA census); {Edit: Daniel Kirkwood and Elizabeth Blake, parents of Charles E., were buried in Davenport’s Mountain View Cemetery.  Another sister and brother, George, were born following the 1900 census.}

Kirkwood, Trissie McClure;   (Feb 1, 1892-July 21, 1968; wife of Charles Kirkwood);  “Trissie Adelia Kirkwood. Died: 7-21-1968. Birth: 2-01-1892, WA. Spouse: Charles E. Kirkwood. Father: William Green McClure. Mother: Myrtle Brink. Burial: Pleasant View Cemetery, Mondovi, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);

Kloburg, Ida: 92 N ½

Kloberg, Ida Richmond Roges; ; (1839-1934); d. 5-02-1934 in Davenport, Lincoln Co, WA; marriage record filed in Lincoln Co auditor’s office, date of marriage: 11-20-1923; date of filing: 12-12-1923); “Ida Kloberg. Died: 2 May 1934, Davenport. Birth: 13 Feb 1859, IN. Spouse: widow of John Kloberg, died 15 July 1930. Father: Perry Richmond, b. IN. Mother: Bessie Ingall, b. IN. Burial: Pleasant View Cemetery, Mondovi, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card);  “William Rogers, head, Jan 1843, 57, married 18 yrs, b. NY, farmer.  Ida Rogers, wife, Feb 1862, 38, 3 children born, 1 living child, b. IN. Bessie Rogers, daughter, Mar 1891, 9, MI.” (Mondovi Twp 26 Precinct, 1900 Census); “Wm Rogers, 78, NY; Ida Rogers, 60; John Kloburg, 49.” (Mondovi, Lincoln Co 1920 census) “Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Kloberg, age 77, who died at the Henry F. Gale farm home north of town Wednesday evening of last week, were held at the J. C. Phillips mortuary chapel here Saturday at 11 a.m., with the Rev R. K. Fogal officiating. Mrs. Lloyd B. Peffley and Mrs. L. A. Cathcart sang, accompanied by Miss Mabel Inkster. Interment was in the cemetery at Mondovi. Pall bearers were Jacob Hansen, Walter Riddle, Frank Boleneus, Henry P Gale, Frank Lang and Oscar Hanes. Mrs. Kloberg was a native of Indiana, and came to this region 43 years ago. She resided northeast of town for many years. Her husband, John Kloberg died July 15, 1930. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Bessie Eichelberger, Valier, Montana .” (Davenport Times-Tribune: 5-10-1934)

Kloberg, John;  (b. 7-15-1872; d. 7-15-1930); “Marriage license was issued Nov 20 to John Kloburg of Mondovi and Ida Rogers of the same place. The couple were married the same day by Judge Sessions.” (Odessa Record: 11-30-1923);  “John Kloberg. Died: 15 July 1930, Davenport. Birth: 15 July 1872, Germany. Spouse: Ida.  Father/Mother: unknown. Burial: Pleasant View Cemetery, Mondovi.” (Lincoln Co Health death card) “John Kloberg, age 58 years, a resident of this district for about 18 years, died at his home 12 miles northeast of Davenport, Tuesday evening, of cancer of the throat. The funeral was held at the J C Philips chapel yesterday afternoon, with the Rev W. L. Killian officiating. A number of friends and neighbors attended.  Interment was in the Mondovi Cemetery. Pall bearers included C. A. Level, G. A. Hane, Oscar Hane, Sam Rudy, Carl Hansen and G. Schmidt.  Mr Kloberg was born in Germany and was a sailor for many years. He came to Davenport 18 years ago and worked as a farm hand for many years, finally settling on his present farm about 10 years ago. He is survived only by his widow, Mrs. Ida Kloberg at the farm home.” (Davenport Times: 7-17-1930)

Kunz, Marcia K.;   (June 30, 1951-Dec 18, 1995);   “Lifelong Davenport resident Marcia Kunz, 44, passed away in her home on Dec 18, 1995. Born on June 30, 1951 in Spokane to Raymond and Barbara (Reinbold) Riddle, Marcia grew up in Davenport and attended school here, graduating in 1969. She then attended Portland Community College where she graduated in 1977 with a degree in Dental Hygiene. Here in Davenport, she was in employed with Dr R. Douglas Teel.  In October 1980, Marcia married Michael Kunz and started a family, including daughters Natasha, 13 and Tara, age 9. Most of Marcia’s time was involved in raising her girls and helping her husband with the operation of the family farm.  Marcia is survived by the husband, Michael Kunz, and daughters, Natasha and Tara, all at the home; her father, Raymond Riddle of Davenport; grandmother, Nona Rux of Davenport; one sister, Susan and her husband Roy Alspach of Ritzville; one niece, Jamie Alspach and one nephew, Brett Alspach and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She is also survived by her in-laws, Charles and Irma Kunz of Davenport. Preceding Marcia in death is her mother, Barbara Riddle in 1988 and one brother, Randy Riddle in 1980. A member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, a vigil for Marcia will be held Wednesday, Dec 20 at 8:30 p.m. at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home in Davenport. Requiem Mass will be held Thursday, Dec 21 at 11 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Davenport before interment at the Mondovi Cemetery. Father Albert Paretsky will be officiating. Strate Funeral Home is handling arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  12-21-1995)


Mondovi Cemetery Obituaries, Lincoln County,

Washington submitted to the WAGenWeb by

Marge Womach, January 2009.

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