REARDAN CEMETERY AND OBITUARIES

                                                                                Submitted by Sandra Brommer

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Reardan Cemetery is located at the Southeast edge of Reardan in the NW1/4 of SE1/4 of Sec. 15 Twp 25N Range 39EWM. Also known as the Reardan IOOF Cemetery, it was dedicated in September of 1894. In the 1911 Atlas it is on page 121 and the 1960 Atlas it is listed on page 69. I grew up in Reardan & my dad had the cemetery records. I have added names, obits, and other information of the people buried there. I included all the burials, and then included the obits that I have. There are 3 burials which were not in the cemetery records (Byrd, Dittmar, and Brandenberg) but according to death records, etc, they are buried at the Reardan Cemetery. All 3 died before the big Reardan fire, so I was thinking maybe some of the cemetery records were lost in the fire.

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Key:    *Asterisk shows a Veteran " " = Inscription on stone

Gaebel, Kurt (b. July 11, 1902 in Dresden, Germany; d. November 29, 1964 in Reardan, WA)
Block A, Lot 25, Plot 3
"Beloved Father", Father is Ernst Gaebel;  

  His home, Reardan, Wn. Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Barbara Zepeda; 1 granddaughter, Lydia Ann Zepeda, both of Seattle, Wn.; 2 sisters in Germany. Funeral services Thurs, Dec. 3, at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of the Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, Wn. Pastor Gottlieb Schmidt of Reardan, Wn., officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, Wash. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 12.2.1964; p. 22]

Garber, Florence (b. 1897; d. 1900)
Block W2, Lot 36, Plot 1

Garber, Fred (b. December 19, 1862 in Switzerland; d. February 20, 1953 in Los Angeles, CA)
Block W2, Lot 36, Plot 4
Shares stone with Grace

Garber, Grace Luretta (b. October 15, 1871 in KY; d. September 30, 1954 in Los Angeles, CA) nee Buckman
Block W2, Lot 36, Plot 3
Shares stone with Fred, Daughter of John Buckman & Lizzie Skoats

Garber, Johanna Gertrude (born c. 1873 in NY; d. between 1910 & 1920) [no dates] nee Berrigan
Block W1, Lot 21, Plot 3; d. between 1910 and 1920
Married Frank Garber on April 25, 1905 in LaFayette, NY

Garber, Robert Franklin (b. December 5, 1894 in WA; d. June 11, 1959 in Santa Clara, WA)
Block W2, Lot 36, Plot 2
Son of Fred Garber & Grace Buckman

Garber, Thomas B. (b. March 16, 1906; d. May 5, 1906 at Spokane, WA)
Block W1, Lot 21, Plot 4
Son of Frank Garber and Johanna Berrigan, died at SHMC, cause - structure of bowels

Gerber, Anna (b. October 27, 1884 in Mondovi, WA; d. December 30, 1972) nee Schultz
Block W1, Lot 11, Plot 4
"Beloved Aunt"
   Memorial services for Anna Schultz Gerber, 88, who died Dec 30th, were held Wednesday morning in the chapel of the Strate Funeral Home in Davenport. The Rev. Phil Falk, Reardan, officiated. Born at Mondovi on Oct 27, 1884, she lived in Reardan for many years. She was married to Joseph Gerber, a native of Perhan, MN, who died decades ago. She is survived by several nieces and nephews; they include Pete Schultz and Alvina King, Reardan. She was a member of Mother Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. [Davenport Times; 1-04-1973]

Gering, Selma A. Wendlandt (b. September 29, 1889 in MN; d. July 15, 1966)
Block E2, Lot 49, Plot 6
Selma was married to Paul Gering and GustaveWendlandt;   

Selma A. Gering.—Her home, E503 29th Ave. Mother of Clifford A Wendlandt, Clarence A. Wendlandt, Spokane; 5 grandchildren; one great granddaughter; sister of Mrs. William Kruger, Paynesville, MN; Mrs. Fred Moede, Hutchinson, MN; numerous nieces and nephews; step-mother of Mrs. Alberta Nickel, Everett, WA; Mrs. Lorena King, Maples, Idaho; Mrs. Lillian Kison, Ritzville, WA; Mrs. Lavina Sullivan, Moses Lake; Mrs. Lorena Hinkle, Reardan; Mrs. Dora James, Davenport; Adam Gering, Moses Lake, John Gering, Moscow, ID; Aaron Gering, Post Falls, ID; Chester Wendlandt, Davenport, WA; Harry Wendlandt, Reardan, Milton Wendlandt, Chewelah. Member of First Assembly of God Church. A resident of Spokane 37 years. Funeral service Tuesday, Aug 2, at 10 a.m. at the First Assembly of God Church, W Indiana . Rev Kenneth Woll officiating. Burial, the Reardan, WA, Cemetery. The Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home in charge.” (Spokesman Review: 8-03-1966)submitted by Marge Womach

Gessler, Dorothea (b. 1836; d. 1919)
Block W1, Lot 38, Plot 2
"Mother"

Gessler, Otto L. (b. 1860; d. December 11, 1943 in Spokane, WA)
Block W1, Lot 38, Plot 6
Son of Dorothea Gessler;  

 Home was at Waukon, Wn. Brother of Mrs. Anna Johnson, Coeur d’ Alene, Ida.; Mrs. .Marie Hauswick, Alexander Gessler of Russia. Funeral Wed., Dec. 15, at 3 p.m. from the Gothic Chapel at the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe St. Interment at Reardan, Wn. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 12.14.1943; p. 14]

Glotfelty, Edith Rosalia (b. March 31, 1898 in WA; d. October 5, 1973) nee McDougall
Block A, Lot 1, Plot 5
Shares stone with John F. Glotfelty, married on June 19, 1915 in Davenport, WA to John F. Glotfelty.  “Edith R Glotfelty.—Passed away Oct 5th in a nursing home in Davenport , WA . Her home Reardan , WA . Mother of Mrs Clair (Vera) Kelso, Reardan , WA ; Sister of Mrs Leon (Cora) Miller, Spokane ; Mrs Matt (Addie) Arnold & Mrs Bessie Wilson, both of Pasco , WA ; John D McDougal, Reardan , WA ; numerous nieces, and nephews. A resident of this area all her life. Funeral services Tuesday, Oct 9 at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel of Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, North Monroe. Graveside services Tuesday, Oct 9 at 3 p.m. at the Reardan, WA Cemetery. Dr Alexander Schiffner officiating.” (Spokesman Review: 10-07-1973)

Glotfelty, John F. (b. November 4, 1893 in PA; d. October 16, 1959)
Block A, Lot 1, Plot 6
Shares stone with Edith, married on June 19, 1915 in Davenport, WA to Edith Rosalia McDougall , son of Torrence Glotfelty (1864-1955; buried at Greenwood) and Alice Dolbow (1871-1955; buried at Greenwood)
His home, Reardan. Husband of Edith Glotfelty; father of Mrs. Clair Kelso, Reardan, Wash. Brother of Mrs. Ella Sailor, Mrs. Mildred Blue, both of Spokane; Mrs. Myrtle McClure, Davenport, Wash; Mrs. Millie Ogden, Anaheim, Calif.; Art Glotfelty, Los Angeles, Calif. A resident of Reardan 57 years. Funeral services Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1304 Monroe St. Dr. Alexander Schiffner officiating. Burial services Reardan, Wash. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 10.19.1959; p.22]

Gluesing, Henry (b. 1856; d. 1923)
Block E1, Lot 53, Plot 2
Stone is illegible

Gluesing, John (b. January 1842 in Germany; d. 1913)
Block E1, Lot 53, Plot 6

Goodman, Georgia May (b. April 6, 1902 in WA; d. May 24, 1969 in Spokane, WA) nee Weipert
Block W2, Lot 46, Plot 1
Married February 20, 1922 in Davenport to Peter Cernal Goodman;  “Georgia Mae Goodman.—Her home, N6028 Post St. Wife of Peter C Goodman, at the home; mother of Mrs Betty Miller, Los Alamitos, CA; Mrs Ina Krieger, Spokane; S A Goodman, Spokane; 9 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; sister of Mrs Helen Conroy, Long Beach, CA; Mrs Alice Patton, Harrington, WA; Mrs Goldie Barnes, Alhambra, CA, Mrs Edith Bennett, Chewelah, WA; Marie Weipert, Waukon, WA; Hershel Weipert, Spokane; Bud Weipert, Portland, OR; Roy Weipert of Vicksburg, MS; Roy Kurtz, Spokane. A member of the Presbyterian Church. A lifetime resident of Spokane and the Inland Empire . Funeral services Wednesday, May 28 at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe ST. Burial services, Reardan Cemetery , Reardan , WA.” (Spokesman Review: 5-26-1969)    

Goodman, Peter Cernal (b. October 7, 1900 in WA; d. December 4, 1975 in Spokane, WA)
Block W2, Lot 46, Plot 2
Married February 20, 1922 in Davenport to Georgia May Weipert.  Passed away Dec. 4, in Spokane. His home, 11405 Waikiki Road. Father of Mrs. Bernard (Betty) Johnson, Ellensburg, Wash; Mrs. Alfred (Ina) Schimanski, Colbert, Wash.; Sebastian (Bud) Goodman, Spokane; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Brother of Mrs. Florence Sutherland, San Diego, Calif. Numerous nieces and nephews. A resident of this area all his life. Funeral service Monday, Dec. 8, at 11 am in the Alwin Chapel, Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe St. Burial services, Reardan, Wash., Cemetery. Family suggests that memorial gifts may be given to any favorite charity. (Spokesman Review; 12/6/1975; p. 19)
 

*Graham, James Ernest (Jim) (b. August 20, 1938 at Ticonderoga, NY; d. August 6, 2005) ashes
Block W2, Lot 46, Plot 4
"Never Forget"
   (Age 66) James Ernest Graham of Reardan, WA passed away Saturday, August 6, 2005, after a struggle with lung disease. Jim was born August 20, 1938, to George and Agnes (Wolcott) Graham of Crown Point, NY. After graduating from Crown Point High School, he entered the U.S. Air Force in 1957. In 1960, he married Maxine Blair of Colville; his son, Gregory Ernest was born in 1962 at Fairchild Air Force Base. Jim married Janice Rose Giese of Odessa in 1966. In 1973, their daughter, Margret Rose was born in Minot, ND, followed by son, Jay Scott in 1975 in Riverside, CA. In 1977, Jim retired from the Air Force as a master sergeant and the Grahams moved to Reardan. Jim worked for Edwall Grain Growers for many years, followed by Western Millwrights and finally Ecolite Manufacturing of Spokane, from which he partially retired in 2004. Jim was a selfless member of Emmanuel Lutheran of Reardan and of his community. He is survived by his wife, Janice Graham of Reardan; sons, Greg Graham of Kennewick and Jay Graham of Seattle; daughter Margret Graham of Seattle; sister, Margaret (Peggy) Towne of Crown Point, New York; and two nieces and a nephew. A worship/celebration of life service will be held Sunday, August 14, at 11 a.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan, followed by a short graveside service at the Reardan Cemetery. The community is also invited to share memories at a lunch at the family home (405 E. Cottonwood) at 1 p.m. Sunday. Memorials may be made to either Emmanuel Lutheran, Reardan, or Lincoln Hospital Foundation, Davenport.
Reardan - Celebration of life worship service for James Ernest Graham, 66, of Reardan, is scheduled at 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug 14, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan, followed by a short graveside service at Reardan Cemetery.... Mr. Graham died Saturday, Aug 6, after a struggle with lung disease. Born Aug 20, 1938, in Ticonderoga, NY, he was the son of George and Agnes (Wolcott) Graham of Crown Point, NY... He entered the US Air Force in 1957. In 1960 he married Maxine Blair of Colville. His son, Gregory Ernest, was born in 1962 at Fairchild Air Force Base. He married Janice Rose Giese of Odessa in 1966 after being stationed in Glasgow, MT. The couple lived in Labrador and in northern CA before he was stationed in Thailand during the Vietnam Wars as a B52 mechanic. In 1973 the Grahams' daughter, Margret Rose, was born in Minot, ND, followed by son Jay Scott in 1975 in Riverside, CA. In 1977 he retired from the Air Force as a master sergeant and the Grahams moved to Reardan, where he worked for Edwall Grain Growers for many years, then Western Millwrights and finally Ecolite Manufacturing of Spokane, from which he partially retired in 2004. Active in his community, he belonged to Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Reardan and the Reardan Lions Club... Besides his wife, he leaves two sons, Greg Graham of Kennewick and Jay Graham of Seattle; a daughter, Margret Graham of Seattle; a sister Margaret (Peggy) Towne of Crown Point, NY; and two nieces and a nephew. [Davenport Times: 8-11-2005]

Graham, Nita V. (b. June 13, 1906; d. February 5, 1969 in Spokane, WA)
Block E1, Lot 30, Plot 4
"Mother"“Nita V Graham.—Mother of Mervin Canham, Auburn, WA; daughter of Vendia Anderson, Spokane; sister of Mrs. J. W. (Edith) Cassidy, Boise, ID; Mrs. Donald (Vera) Weed, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. Helen Klatt in New York; Vern Anderson, Edwall, WA, and Carl Anderson, Tolare, CA. Funeral service Monday, Feb 10, 11 a.m. in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home. Rev John Methone officiating. Burial service Reardan, WA.” (Spokesman Review: 2-10-1969)

Gray, Freda A. (b. January 5, 1873 in Germany; d. 1964)
Block E2, Lot 16, Plot 3
"Pioneer 1895"
Married Andrew Gray “Groom: Andrew Gray, 67, b. Canada, residing Reardan; widower, farmer. Father: Jeremiah Gray, born England . Mother: Mary Percy, born England. Bride: Freda Piost, 41, born Germany, residing Reardan; widow, housewife. Father: William Krumples, born Germany; Mother: Julia Krumples, born Germany. Maiden name of bride: Freda Krumples. Marriage: Nov 17, 1914, Spokane. Witness: J. G. Leghorn. Mrs. A. Boehme. S. C. Hyde, Justice of the Peace, Spokane, WA.” (Spokane Co Auditor: Certificate of Marriage, Statistical Particulars; License No A 18012)(Marge Womach)

Green, Anna H. (b. September 22, 1883 in IA; d. January 12, 1981 in OR) nee Guth
Block W1, Lot 4, Plot 4
Sister of Joseph Guth, married on November 27, 1907 in Reardan to George H. Green (MD)

Greer, David Harrison (b. February 20, 1888 in Arkansas; d. 1961)
Block W1, Lot 47, Plot 3
All 4 Greers on one long stone

Greer, Lorita M. (b. 1912; d. 1917)
Block W1, Lot 47, Plot 5
Daughter of Ollie Montgomery & David Greer

Greer, Ollie J. (b. October 22, 1888 in Arkansas; d. March 4, 1974) nee Montgomery
Block W1, Lot 47, Plot 2
Married about 1909 to David Greer, daughter of Wesley Montgomery & Emily M. Pendergrass
;   Passed away in Spokane March 4th. A resident of W2202 Dean. Survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Wilbur (Marcella) Blackman, Shade Cove, Oregon; Mrs. Eltion F. Greer, Coulee Dam, Wash.; Mrs. D.A. Thompson, Spokane; 5 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; 2 brothers, Mr. W..C. Montgomery, Arkansas. Funeral services Friday, March 8th at 10 am at Smith Funeral Home, W1124 Riverside. Brother Ralph F. Sawdy officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, Wash. (Spokesman Review; 3/6/1974; p. 18)

Greer, Wanita F. (b. May 20, 1911; d. May 23, 1911)
Block W1, Lot 47, Plot 6
Daughter of Ollie Montgomery & David Greer

Gunning, David (b. August 16, 1829; d. November 20, 1900)
Block W2, Lot 2, Plot 5
"Beloved Husband of Isabell Gunning", "Aged 71 Yrs", "He was an affectionate Husband a Loving Father and a friend to all"
   Reardan, WA. Nov 21. David Gunning, an old-time resident of this county died at his home, four miles west of here, yesterday. This is the fourth death to occur in this vicinity within a week. Mr. Gunning was about 72 years of age and was widely known. A wife and 8 grown children comprise the remaining members of the family. The funeral occurred today from the Baptist church. Interment in the Reardan Cemetery. [Citizen; 11/30/1900]

Gunning, David Alexander (b. 1871 in WI; d. 1933)
Block W2, Lot 17, Plot 3
Son of David Gunning & Isabella McNeal, married on November 17, 1902 in Reardan to Winnie Jackson
; 

 Age 63. Passed away Oct. 1 at the home in Reardan, Wash. Survived by his wife, Winnie, at the home; 2 daughters, Mrs. Mildred DeVoc and Miss Marjorie Gunning of Spokane; 4 brothers, Dr. J. M. Gunning of Spokane, George Gunning of Raymond, Alta, Canada, William Gunning of McMinnville, Ore., Henry Gunning of Oroville, Wash.; 1 sister, Mrs. Grace McYlea of Clinton, Wash. The body is in care of Hennessey & Calloway. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 10.2.1933; p.15]

Gunning, Infant Son (b. February 11, 1906; d. 1906)
Block W2, Lot 17, Plot 1
Son of Mr. & Mrs. D.A. Gunning

Gunning, Isabella (b. February 21, 1836; d. October 22, 1922) nee Clegg - or McNeal
Block W2, Lot 2, Plot 4
"Beloved Wife of David Gunning"

Gunning, Winnie J. (b. February 10, 1883 in IL; d. April 17, 1956 in OR) nee Jackson
Block W2, Lot 17, Plot 2
Married on November 17, 1902 in Reardan to David A. Gunning, daughter of Ida & John Jackson;   She was a resident of W524 Seventh Ave. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Marjorie McCallum, Puyallup, Wash.; Mrs. Mildred Devoe, Medford, Ore.; 3 grandchildren; 1 sister, Mrs. Irma Lathum, Seattle, Wash.; 1 nephew, George Jackson, Jr., Spokane. Funeral Sat., April 21, at 11 a.m. from the Smith Funeral Home, W1124 Riverside Ave. Dr. GT. Christie Swain officiating. Interment Reardan, Wash, cemetery. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 4.18.1956; p.37]

Guth, Joseph (b. July 27, 1882; d. November 21, 1909 in Reardan, WA)
Block W1, Lot 15, Plot 1
Stone says son of Joseph & Annie Guth; Attorney Joseph Guth, aged 28 years, died at his home at Reardan, Nov 21st, of typhoid fever. He was buried on Wednesday. [Citizen; 11/26/1909]

Guth, Louis Jr. (b. February 12, 1915; d. December 25, 1936)
Block W1, Lot 4, Plot 5

Guth, Marjorie (b. February 2, 1911; d. January 12, 1923)
Block W1, Lot 4, Plot 6

Haak, Peter (b. June 24, 1843; d. May 25, 1907)
Block E2, Lot 10, Plot 3

Hadley, Herbert L. (b. 1882 in OR; d. 1932)
Block E1, Lot 9, Plot 1
"At Rest", married on April 30, 1919 to Anna M. Overdorff (daughter of Charles H. Overdorff and Anna Anderson; Anna married a Frank Peterson after Herbert died) “Mondovi Resident Dies.  Herbert I Hadley, age 50, who has had charge of the Washington Grain and Milling company elevator and warehouse at Mondovi for about seven years, died at his home in Mondovi Monday night. He had been in poor health for several years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Hadley, and three children, Robert, Evelyn and Delbert, also by three brothers and two sisters.  Funeral services for Mr. Hadley will be held at the Reardan Evangelical Church at 1 p.m. today. Interment will be in the Reardan Cemetery.” (Davenport Times: 11-17-1932; contributed by Marge Womach)

Hagreen, Michael Scott (b. May 23, 1999; d. May 23, 1999)
Block A, Lot 76, Plot 6
Son of Chris Leroy Hagreen & Tina Jean West, "Our Baby Boy", "In God's Care"

Hall, Chauncey M. (b. February 22, 1864; d. May 1, 1955)
Block E1, Lot 21, Plot 2;                                                                                                                                                                                                           

He was a resident of Reardan, Wash., and a retired farmer. Survived by a niece, Dorothy Jenneskena, Enaville, Idaho. Funeral Wed., May 4, at 1:30 p.m. from the Evangelical church at Reardan, Wash. Mr. Backer officiating. Interment Reardan cemetery. The Smith Funeral Home, W1124 Riverside Ave, in charge. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 5.3.1955; p. 20]

Hall, Gwendolyn (b. June 6, 1979 at Spokane Valley General Hospital; d. June 4, 1981 in Spokane, WA)
Block A, Lot 51, Plot 6
Daughter of Richard E. Hall & Suellen Nash, "Our Beloved Daughter", "She Gave Us All Of Her Love"

Hall, Millie E. (b. March 22, 1864; d. June 14, 1927)
Block E1, Lot 21, Plot 1

Hamilton, Doreen Fay (b. ___; d. April 4, 1972) no stone
Block W1, Lot 27, Plot 3
   Doreen F. Hamilton, Reardan resident and owner of Faye's Tavern in Reardan, died last week when she apparently lost control of her car on the Waukon Road south of Reardan... She was thrown out of the car and suffered a broken neck and internal injuries. The car was a total loss. Mrs. Hamilton is survived by her husband Stanley D. Hamilton. [Davenport Times; 4-13-1972]

Hamilton, Martha [no stone]
Block W1, Lot 27, Plot 2
Stanley & Doreen's daughter
   

Martha Ann Hamilton, 9, was fatally shot Sunday night in an incident at the family home on Highway 2 just east of Airway Heights. The victim was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Hamilton. According to authorities at the scene, the youngster was in a bedroom at the home when the shooting occurred. She reportedly was shot in the side of the neck and was killed outright. Spokane County Sheriff’s detectives were at the scene late Sunday night investigating the incident. The youngster is survived by her parents and several brothers and sisters. The body was taken to Ball and Dodd Funeral Home. [Spokesman Review; 4/13/1970; p.1]   Her home, Route 4, Spokane. Survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Hamilton, at the home; 2 brothers, Mervin Hamilton and Edward L. Hamilton, both at the home; 1 sister, Deborah J. Hamilton, at the home. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hayes of Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 15, 11 a.m. at the Ball & Dodd Funeral Home, Medical Lake, WN. Interment Reardan Cemetery. Ball & Dodd Funeral Home, Medical Lake, Wash., in charge. [Spokesman Review; 4/14/1970; p.18]

Hanel, Alois Dudley (b. October 31, 1875 in KY; d. May 22, 1961)
Block W2, Lot 4, Plot 4
Married Victoria Jones on December 12, 1903 in Spokane
; His home, Reardan, Wn. Father of Ward Hanel, Spokane. William H. Hanel, Houston, Texas, 1 grandson. Funeral services Friday, May 26, at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe St. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 5.24.1961; p.30]

Hanel, Victoria M. (b. October 11, 1878 in WA; d. July 12, 1950) nee Jones
Block W2, Lot 4, Plot 3  

 Passed away July 12. Her home was at Reardan, Wash. She had been a resident of the community since 1904. Survived by her husband, A.D. Hanel, at the home; 2 sons, Warden Hanel, Spokane, William H. Hanel, Seattle, Wn. 1 brother E.F. Jones, Sorum, SD. The Bumgarner Funeral Home, Davenport, Wash., in charge of arrangements.  [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 7.13.1950; p. 22]
Home at Reardan, Wn. She had been a resident of the community since 1904. Survived by her husband, A.D. Hanel, at the home; 2 sons, Warden Hanel, Spokane, William H. Hanel, Seattle, Wn. 1 brother E.F. Jones, Sorum, SD. Funeral Friday, July 14 at 2 p.m. from the Reardan Presbyterian Church. Rev. Richard Logan officiating. Interment in the Reardan cemetery. The Bumgarner Funeral home, Davenport, Wn., in charge. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 7.13.1950; p. 22]

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Hanel, Vincent (b. November 2, 1904; d. August 18, 1906)
Block W2, Lot 4, Plot 1                                                                                                                                                                                                

Passed away July 12. 

Hanes, Donovan L. (b. January 31, 1908; d. January 26, 1995)
Block A, Lot 68, Plot 3
Married on 1/20/1937 in Reardan to Esther A. Adams, "Together Forever"

Hanes, John (Doc) [no stone]
Block W2, Lot 32, Plot 5
There is a John Arthur Hanes that was born June 18, 1877 in WI and died December 13, 1934 in Lincoln Co, WA; he had two children: James & Elsie - he has the same parents as Otis

Age 58 years. His home was at Lincoln, Wash. Survived by 1 daughter, Elsie Sutton of Lincoln, Wash.; 1 son, James of Lincoln, Wash.; 3 brothers, Daniel and Otis, both of Spokane; George of Minnesota; 4 sisters, Mrs. Eliza Maddock of Spokane, Mrs. Alma Bordwell of Grandview, Mrs. Nellie Fiman of Minnesota, Mrs. Olive Kurth of Wisconsin. Funeral Mon., Dec. 17 at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel at Hazen and Jaeger’s. Rev. O. P. Shenefelt officiating. Interment at Reardan, Wash. [Spokesman Review; December 17, 1934; p. 9]

 John (Doc) Hanes, age 58, a resident of Davenport in pioneer days and in recent years a resident of Lincoln, died in Spokane Friday. The funeral was held in Spokane Monday afternoon, with the Rev. O. P. Shenefelt officiating, and interment was at Reardan. Hanes is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Sutton and a son, James, of Lincoln, three brothers and four sisters. [Davenport Times Tribune; 12/20/1934; p. 8]

Hanes, Mary A. (b. November 1878 in CA; d. 1912) nee Davidson
Block W2, Lot 32, Plot 3
Married on March 13, 1901 to Otis Alvin Hanes, "Wife of O. A. Hanes"

Hanes, Otis Alvin (b. March 12, 1875 in Racine Co, WI; d. January 30, 1935 in Waukon, WA)
Block W2, Lot 32, Plot 4
Married on March 13, 1901 to Mary A. Davidson
Son of George M. Hanes and Anna Speigiell;   Age 59 years. His home was at Waukon, Wash. He had resided at Waukon 25 years. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Bernice Schalock and Miss Norma Hanes of Waukon, 2 sons, Don of Waukon and Harold of Spokane; 2 brothers, Dan of Spokane, George of Minnesota; 4 sisters, Mrs. Nellie Finon of Minn., Mrs. Olive Kurth of Wis., Mrs. Alma Bordwell of Grandview, Wash.; Mrs. Liza Maddock of Spokane; granddaughter Alvina Schalock of Waukon, Wash. He was a member of the IOOF of Reardan, Wash. Funeral Sun., Feb 3, at 2:30 p.m. from the Lutheran church at Reardan, Wash. Rev. Ketner officiating. Interment in the Reardan cemetery. Hazen & Jaeger’s Funeral Home N1306 Monroe St in charge. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 2/1/1935; p. 12]

Hanning, Maggie Valeria (b. December 25, 1874; d. September 20, 1962) nee Hutton
Block A, Lot 23, Plot 5
Married on January 4, 1899 at Preston, MN to William F. Hanning, Daughter of David Hutton and Mary Elizabeth Vickerman

Hanning, William F. (b. April 6, 1866 in Germany; d. March 1954)
Block A, Lot 23, Plot 6
Married on January 4, 1899 at Preston, MN to Maggie V. Hutton;  Age 86. Hish ome was in Waukon, Wash. Husband of Maggie V. Hanning at the home. Father of Mrs. Eleanor Matlock, Spokane; Mrs. Helen Schultz, Edwall, Wash., Mrs. Mary Schadolnik, Prosser, Wash., David Hanning, Waukon, Wash., Arthur Hanning, Reardan, Wash.; William Hanning, at the home; 7 grandchildren; 2 sisters, 4 brothers. He was a member of the Lutheran church and had been a resident of the Waukon area for 67 years. Funeral Fri., Mar 5  at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1304 Monroe St. Rev. Edward Wagner officiating. Burial services Reardan, Wash. Family request in lieu of flowers, memorial gifts be made to the Reardan Wash. Memorial Clinic. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 3.4.1954; [.18]

Hansen, Anna Marie (b. 1882 in WA; d. July 26, 1968) nee Mahrt
Block E2, Lot 28, Plot 5
Daughter of John Mahrt & Julia

Hansen, Bernard August (b. January 13, 1908 in Reardan, WA; d. March 2, 1990 in Davenport, WA)
Block E2, Lot 28, Plot 6

Hansen, Boyd Julius (b. 1877; d. May 14, 1940)
Block E2, Lot 23, Plot 4
Shares stone with Mary;  Age 63 years. His home was at Mount Hope, Wash. Survived by his wife, Marie Hansen, at the home, a son, Henry Hansen of Sprague, Wash.; a daughter, Mrs. Marie Howes of Deep Creek, Wash; 2 stepsons, George Manz of Colville, Wash., William Manz of Tyler, Wash.; 4 stepdaughters, Mrs. Martha Thorpe of Edwall, Wash.; Mrs. Amelia Logan of Mount Hope, Wash.; Mrs. Elizabeth Blom and Miss Anna Manz of Spokane. He was a member of the Danish Brotherhood. Funeral Thurs., May 16, at 2 p.m. from the Hennessey Funeral Home, N2203 Division St. Rev. Gehring of Rockford, Wn. will officiate. Cremation will follow. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 5.15.1940; p.17]

Hansen, Doris (b. June 10, 1837 in Germany; d. November 7, 1919 in Reardan, WA) nee Fredrickson
Block E2, Lot 28, Plot 2
Married in 1867 to John Hansen
   Mrs. Hansen is Dead at Age of 82. Mrs. John Hansen died at her home in Reardan Friday, Nov 7, 1919, after a long illness, having attained the age of 82 years, 4 months and 27 days. Mrs. Hansen was born in Germany June 10, 1837. In 1867 she immigrated to America to the state of Wisconsin and in the same year was united in marriage with John Hansen. This union was blessed with 5 children, two of whom died in early childhood. In the spring of 18__ she, with her husband and children came to Washington where they lived on a farm southeast of Reardan, until 1900 when they retired from farming and made their home in Reardan. She is survived by three children: Peter C. Hansen, of Davenport; J.A. Hansen and Mrs. Emma Carstens of Reardan; and four grandchildren. Also one sister, Mrs. Peter Tramm of Reardan, and two brothers and one sister residing in Germany, besides a number of other relatives. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from the Evangelical Lutheran church of which she was a lifelong member. Rev. William Schoeler of Wilbur preached the funeral sermon. [Reardan Gazette: 11-13-1919]

Hansen, John (b. June 16, 1835; d. March 21, 1907)
Block E2, Lot 28, Plot 3
Husband of Doris Hansen

Hansen, John August (b. February 24, 1870 in Ozaukee Co, WI; d. 1956)
Block E2, Lot 28, Pot 4
;   His home Reardan, Wash. Husband of Anna M. Hansen at the home. Father of Mrs. Carter B. Amundson of Mountain Home AFB, Idaho; Albert Hansen of Wapato, Wn.; Bernard Hansen at the home. Grandfather of Jean Marie and John Carter Amundson, both Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. Brother of Mrs. Emma Carstens, Reardan, Wn. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran church of Reardan, Wash. Funeral services, Thurs., June 21, at 3 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1304 Monroe St. Rev. John Groachupf officiating. Burial services Reardan cemetery, Reardan, Wash. Family requests no flowers. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 6.20.1956; p. 27]

Hansen, Mary (b. 1874; d. 1940)
Block E2, Lot 23, Plot 5
Shares stone with Boyd Julius

Harder, Annie Elsie (b. 1881 in Waukon, WA; d. 1893)
Block E2, Lot 27, Plot 6
Daughter of Henry Wilhelm Harder and Wilhelmina Christina Hard

Harder, Carl Frederick (b. January 15, 1890; d. 1953)
Block E2, Lot 27, Plot 2
Son of Henry Wilhelm Harder and Wilhelmina Christina Hard

Harder, Henry Wilhelm (b. March 23, 1841 in Holstein, Germany; d. 1924)
Block E2, Lot 27, Plot 4

Harder, Wilhelmina Christina (b. 1851 in Germany; d. 1923 in Reardan, WA) nee Hard
Block E2, Lot 27, Plot 5
Married on August 1, 1872 in NY to Carl Harder

Hauenstein, Leland Adrian (Lee) (b. October 20, 1927 in Mt. Vernon, WA; d. March 16, 2005 in Spokane, WA)
Block A, Lot 88, Plot 6
Son of Marion George Hauenstein and Pearl Adell Moore
Married Dorothy Darlene McClure, "God is our Refuge and our Strength", "Gone Golfing"
   Visitation for Leland A. Hauenstein, 77, will be Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. at Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, Wash. Memorial service will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Reardan Presbyterian Church. Mr. Hauenstein, who was born in Mount Vernon, Wash., died Wednesday. He worked in construction, and was a member of the Harrington Golf and Country Club, Spring Creek Grange. He was a former member of the Reardan Lions Club and the Reardan Volunteer Fire Department. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; three sons, Russ Hauenstein of Indianapolis, Ron Hauenstein of Spokane and Steve Hauenstein of Reardan; two daughters, Cindy McCall of Reardan and Darlene Gable of Spokane; three brothers, DeWayne Hauenstein of Utah, Delbert Hauenstein of Everett and Glenn Hauenstein of Oroville, Wash.; and 12 grandchildren. [From Spokesman Review, March 22, 2005]
Reardan - Memorial service for Leland A. Hauenstein, 77, of Reardan, is scheduled at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 24, at the Reardan Presbyterian Church, with Pastor Mike Welch and Father Pat MacMahon officiating. Mr. Hauenstein died March 16 in Spokane. He was born to Marion Hauenstein and Pearl (Moore) Hauenstein on Oct 20, 1927 in Mt. Vernon, WA. He was a member of the Harrington Golf and Country Club, Spring Creek Grange and a former member of the Reardan Lions Club and the Reardan Volunteer Fire Department. He leaves his wife, Dorothy, at the home; three sons, Russ (and Lori) Hauenstein of Indianapolis, IN; Ron (Becky) Hauenstein of Spokane; and Steve (Cheri) Hauenstein of Reardan; two daughters, Cindy (and Brian) McCall of Reardan; and Darlene (Dave) Gable of Spokane; three brothers, DeWayne Hauenstein of Utah; Delbert Hauenstein of Everett; and Glenn Hauenstein of Oroville; 12 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport handled arrangements. [Davenport Times: 3-24-2005]

Heden, Ann (b. September 1841; d. 1928 in Conrad, Montana)
Block E1, Lot 52, Plot 2
   Former Mondovi Woman Buried. The remains of Mrs. J. J. Heden, who died at Conrad, Montana, were brought here Friday and buried in the Reardan Cemetery beside the grave of her husband who died about 16 years ago. Mrs. Heden, who was 86 years of age at the time of her death, was a former resident of the Mondovi country. For a number of years she has resided with children at Conrad. Brief services were conducted by Rev. M. E. Hunsberger at the Hard mortuary and at the grave. Mrs. Heden is survived by two daughters and two sons in Montana and a daughter at Telford, Wash., also a son in California. [Reardan Gazette: 3-01-1928]

Heden, John J. (b. May 1834; d. 1912)
Block E1, Lot 52, Plot 5

Heden, Myrtle (b. 1889; d. 1959)
Block E1, Lot 39, Plot 1

Heden, Nellie (b. 1868; d. 1955)
Block E1, Lot 39, Plot 3

Heden, Peter (b. 1873; d. 1954)
Block E1, Lot 39, Plot 4

Heden, William (b. 1867; d. 1957)
Block E1, Lot 39, Plot 2

Hedenberg, John E. (b. 1886; d. 1903)
Block W1, Lot 52, Plot 6

Hein, Blanche S. (b. 1915 in WA; d. 1938)
Block A, Lot 8, Plot 6
Daughter of William & Sophia, May have been born in February 1915

Hein, Clarence George (b. January 28, 1915; d. October 15, 1966)
Block E2, Lot 34, Plot 3
Son of George Michael Hein and Katherine Elizabeth Reinbold, Married Ruth Kinnan   

 “George J. (Shorty) Hein of Reardan died April 8, 1988, in Davenport’s Lincoln Nursing Home. He was 84. Mr. Hein was born March 2, 1904, to William J. Hein and Sophia Zeimantz on the family farm near Gravelle, WA.  He attended Gravelle School and graduated from the eighth grade. He then worked with his father on the farm.  On Nov 24, 1926, he married Florence I. Moon and the couple took over the family farm, working together and raising a family.  Mr. Hein retired in 1969 and he and his wife built a new home in Reardan. Mr. Hein was a charter member of both the Reardan Lions Club and the Spring Creek Grange. Survivors include: his wife, Florence of the home; three sons and daughters-in-law, Jim and Doris Hein, Davenport, Bill and Lynn Hein, Reardan, and Nick and Diana Hein, Midland, MO; two daughters and sons-in-law, Carol and Roy Dahl, Kennewick, Rita and Jim Rooks, Mobile, Alabama; 21 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren; three brothers, Don Hein, Davenport, Ed Hein, Walla Walla, and Fred Hein, Spokane; three sisters, Martha Hein, Spokane, Sister Mildred Hein, Jonestown, Mississippi, and Phyllis Wendlandt, Reardan; and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were held April 11 in St Michaels Catholic Church, Reardan. Funeral Mass was held April 12 in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Davenport. Father John Sands officiated. Interment was in the Reardan Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home was in charge.” (Davenport Times: 4-14-1988) Marge Womach 

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Hein, Earl F. (b. February 1, 1923 in WA; d. August 7, 1998)
Block E2, Lot 34, Plot 4
"A Free Spirit", Son of George Michael Hein and Katherine Elizabeth Reinbold, married 1) Aileen Ruth Helme, married 2) Dorothy J. Schmauder;
                                                                                                                                                                          “A memorial service for Earl F Hein, who passed away on Aug 7, 1998 was held Aug 15 at 11 a.m. at St Michael’s Catholic Church in Reardan. Rev Jack Krier officiated the service. Mr. Hein is survived by two daughters, Barbara Whitney of Veradale and Kathy Meyers of Bridgeport; one grandson; one niece, Judith Schultz; and two nephews, David and Melvin Hein. Ball & Dodd Funeral Home in Spokane was in charge of cremation.” (Davenport Times: 8-20-1998)submitted by Marge Womach

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Hein, Florence Irene (b. September 18, 1906 in Reardan, WA; d. May 31, 1991 in Davenport, WA) nee Moon
Block W2, Lot 11, Plot 5
"Married 61 Yrs", Daughter of Nathan & Rose Moon, married on November 24, 1926 in Reardan to George Jacob Hein,

   Rosary for Florence I. Hein, 84, a descendant of Eastern Washington pioneers, was recited Monday night at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in Reardan, where she was a member. Funeral Mass was celebrated Tuesday at the church. Burial followed at the Reardan Cemetery, with Strate Funeral Home in Davenport in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Hein passed away May 31. Born on the Moon family homestead north of Reardan to Nathan and Rose (Harder) Hein (sic), she graduated from Reardan High School in 1924 and attended the old Spokane Millinery School. Her grandparents had settled south of Reardan in 1876. She married George Hein in 1926 and they moved to the Hein family homestead southwest of Reardan, where they farmed until they moved into town in 1968. Mrs. Hein moved to Davenport after her husband passed away in 1988. She was a member of Spring Creek Grange. Survivors include three sons, Jim Hein of Davenport, Bill Hein of Reardan and Nick Hein of Indianapolis, Ind.; two daughters, Carol Dahl of Vienna, Austria, and Rita Rooks of Mobile, Ala.; two sisters, Billie Peterson of Calistoga, Calif., and Mae Portz of Tucson, Ariz.; 21 grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren. [Davenport Times; June 6, 1991; Nathan and Rose’s last name reported as Hein in error – last name was “Moon”]

Hein, George Jacob (b. March 2, 1904 in Gravelle, WA; d. April 8, 1988 in Davenport, WA)
Block W2, Lot 11, Plot 6
"Married 61 Yrs"
   Passed away April 8, 1988 in Davenport, WA. His home, Reardan, WA. Survived by his wife, Florence, at the home; three sons and daughters-in-law, Jim and Doris Hein, Davenport, WA, Bill and Lynn Hein, Reardan, WA, Nick and Diana Hein, Midland, MI; two daughters and sons-in-law, Carol and Roy Dahl, Kennewick, WA, Rita and Jim Rooks, Mobile, AL; 21 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Don Hein, Davenport, WA, Ed Hein, Walla Walla, WA, Fred Hein, Spokane; three sisters, Martha Hein, Spokane, Sister Mildred Hein, Jonestown MS, Phyllis Wendlandt, Reardan, WA; numerous nieces and nephews. Rosary, Monday, April 11, 1988 at 7:30 pm St. Michael's Catholic Church, Reardan, WA. Funeral Mass, Tuesday, April 12, 1988 at 11 am Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Davenport, WA. Fr. John Sands, officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Michael's Catholic Church. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, in charge. [Spokesman Review 4/9/1988]

Hein, George Michael (b. June 7, 1878 in WI; d. Aug 13, 1955 in Spokane, Spokane, WA)
Block E2, Lot 34, Plot 6
Shares stone with Katherine E.;
  Son of William Hein & Margaret Diehl ;  

His home Reardan, Wash. Husband of Kate E. Hein at the home. Father of Clarence Hein, Reardan, Wash., Earl F. Hein, Selah, Wash.; 6 grandchildren. Brother of Mrs. Laura Price, Okanogan, Wash., Mrs. Mary Osterbrink, Marathon, Wisc., William Hein, Reardan, numerous nieces and nephews. He was a member of the Catholic church and Mondovi Grange No. 822. Funeral Tues., Aug. 16, at 10 a.m. from St. Michael’s Catholic church, Reardan, Wash., Rev. Raymond McDonald officiating. Burial services, Reardan cemetery. The Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe St., in charge. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 8/15/1955; p. 18]  

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Hein, Jerry Little (b. April 12, 1939; d. November 11, 1944)
Block W2, Lot 34, Plot 3
;  

 Age 5 years.  His home was at Reardan, Wash. Survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hein, 1 brother, Paul Hein, at the home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hein; grandmother, Mrs. Eva Jackson, all of Reardan; great-grandmother, Mrs. Mary Postlethwait, Nine Mile Falls, Wn. Funeral Thurs., Nov. 16, at 9 a.m. from St. Anthony’s church, Cedar street and Montgomery ave. Rev. G. Feisst officiating. Interment Reardan, Wash. The Hennessey Funeral Home, N2203 Division, in charge. (Spokane Daily Chronicle; 11/14/1944; p. 13]

Hein, Katherine Elizabeth (Kate) (b. 1883 in WA; d. 1963)
Block E2, Lot 34, Plot 5
Shares stone with George M. Hein, Martha Ann (b. August 9, 1905; d. December 12, 1994)

Hein, Martha Ann (b. August 9, 1905; d. December 12, 1994 in Spokane, WA) 

Funeral Mass will be held for Martha A. Hein today (Thursday) at 11 a.m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Reardan. Father Albert Paretsky, O.P., will officiate and interment will be at the Reardan Cemetery. Martha Hein died on Dec. 12 in Spokane. She is survived by two sisters, Mildred Hein of Spokane and Phyllis Wendlandt of Reardan; one brother, Fred Hein of Spokane; and several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Reardan Cemetery or to the House of Charity in Spokane. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, is in charge of arrangements. [Davenport Times; 12/15/1994; p. 8]

Hein, Melvin Ralph (Mel) (b. October 3, 1947 in Seattle, WA; d. August 22, 2002 in Reardan, WA) ashes
Block E2, Lot 34, Plot 1
"Husband, Dad, Grandfather, Son, Brother, Uncle", "Good Friend to All"
   (Age 54) Passed away August 22, 2002 in Reardan, WA. He leaves behind his wife, Kathleen at the home; two sons, Tim Hein of Spokane, WA and Gordon (and Lucy) Hein of Coeur d' Alene, ID; two grandchildren, Sydney and Maxwell Hein; his mother, Ruth Hein of Reardan, WA; a sister, Judith K. Schultz of Palo Alto, CA; a brother, David Hein (and Janet) of Reardan; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his identical twin brother, Michael, and his father, Clarence. Mel was a third generation farmer west of Reardan along with his brother, David. He had a great love of classic cars and was an active member and president of the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America in Spokane. He also worked for many years on The Auto, Boat and Speed Show in Spokane. Mel was a member and past Master of the Spring Creek Grange in Reardan. A Memorial Service will be held Monday, August 26th at 11:00 AM at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan, WA. Pastor Dave Kappus officiating. Memorials may be made to the Reardan Fire and Rescue. Services directed by Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, WA.
Reardan - A memorial service for Melvin R. Hein, 54, took place Monday, Aug 26, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan with Pastor Dave Kappus officiating. Mr. Hein, a lifelong Reardan area resident, died Aug 22 at his home. Born Oct 3, 1947, in Seattle to Clarence G. and Ruth (Kinnan) Hein, he moved at age one with his family to the family farm at Reardan. He graduated from Reardan High School in 1966 and married Kathleen Erickson in Reardan on Dec 14, 1980.... He served in the Air National Guard. He was preceded in death by his identical twin brother, Michael, and his father. He leaves his wife at the home; two sons, Tim Hein of Spokane and Gordon (and Lucy) Hein of Coeur d'Alene, ID; two grandchildren, Sydney and Maxwell Hein; his mother, of Reardan; a sister, Judith K. Schultz of Palo Alto, CA; a brother, David (and Janet) Hein, of Reardan, and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were directed by Strate Funeral Home of Davenport. [Davenport Times: 8-29-2002]

Hein, Micheal G. (b. October 3, 1947; d. September 22, 1960)
Block E2, Lot 34, Plot 1
Son of Ruth Kinnan and Clarence George Hein

 Rites Slated for Victim of Horse; Davenport, Wash., Sept. 23. Last rites have been set for Michael Hein, 13-year-old Reardan boy, apparently stepped on or kicked by his pony last night in the barn at the farm of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hein. Asphyxiation was immediate cause of death, report Willard A. Zellmer, Lincoln County coroner, who arranged this morning for an autopsy. He said a bruise on the boy’s chest indicated the chest wall had been compressed against the heart to halt circulation. The bruise was about five inches in size and it was logical to believe it was caused by the horse’s hoof, said Zellmer. The funeral service has been set for 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Lutheran church in Reardan. The young lad was found on the barn floor gasping for breath Thursday evening and was dead when a physician arrived from Davenport. The boy had gone to the barn to feed his pony and was found a few minutes later by his twin brother, Melvin. Survivors includes parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hein, twin brother Melvin, a second brother, David, senior at Reardan high school, and sister Judy, student at Washington State University. [Spokesman Review; 9/24/1960; p. 6]

Hein, Ruth Mae (b. February 2, 1918 in Colville, WA; d. December 31, 2003 in Spokane, WA) nee Kinnan
Block E2, Lot 34, Plot 3
   (Age 85) Passed away on December 31, 2003 in Spokane, Washington. She was born on February 2, 1918 to Ralph and Hulda (Anderson) Kinnan in Colville, Washington. She is survived by her son, David Hein and his wife, Janet, of Reardan, Washington; her daughter, Judith Schultz of Palo Alto, California; her daughter-in-law, Kathleen Hein of Reardan, Washington; her brother Loren Kinnan, of Kent, Washington; her sister, Lois Windsor, of Everett, Washington; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence; twin sons, Michael and Mel; one sister, Helen Bryant; and one brother, Lee Kinnan. Memorial Services will be at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Reardan, Washington, on Monday, January 5, 2004 at 2:00 p.m., with Pastor David Kappus, officiating. Memorials can be made to the Lutheran Community Services of the Northwest, 7 South Howard, Spokane, Washington, 99201, or to the donor's choice. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, Washington, is in charge of arrangements. [Spokesman Review]

Hein, Sophia (b. 1879 in MN; d. 1958) nee Zeimantz
Block A, Lot 8, Plot 5
Shares stone with William J., Married February 19, 1901 in Reardan, WA to William J. Hein, daughter of Theodore Zeimantz & Catherine Lahr (?)

Hein, William J. (b. 1871 in WI; d. 1956)
Block A, Lot 8, Plot 4
Shares stone with Sophia, married on February 19, 1901 in Reardan WA to Sophia Zeimantz, son of William Hein & Margarete Diehl, brother of Laura Price

Heldstab, Casper C. (b. July 31, 1906 in Davenport, WA; d. May 18, 1980 in Spokane, WA)
Block A, Lot 53, Plot 1
"Married December 10, 1932", Shares stone with Elva
   (Casey) Passed away May 18, 1980 in Spokane. His home Rt. 3, Davenport, WA. Survived by his wife, Elva Heldstab, at the home; one daughter, Joyce Nonnemacher, Davenport, WA; three grandchildren, Christie Nonnemacher, Spokane; Julie Nonnemacher, WSU-Pullman, WA; Casey Nonnemacher, Davenport, WA; one sister, Mary Beavers, Kennewick, WA. A member of the Reardan Presbyterian Church. A 50 year member of the Masonic Lodge, Reardan, WA; the Spring Creek Grange. Funeral services are pending. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA in charge. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1980" page 56 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1980]“Funeral services were held on Friday, May 23, at the Presbyterian Church in Reardan for Casper C. (Casey) Heldstab, who died May  18 in a Spokane hospital.  Heldstab was born in the Gravelle area July 31, 1906. He attended grade school at Gravelle and graduated from Reardan High School. He retired from farming in 1975 and continued to live at the family home. He was a 50-year member of the Reardan Masonic Lodge, Reardan Presbyterian Church and Spring Creek Grange. Rev Steve Kliewer officiated. Paul Lillengreen was organist and Glenna Zwainz was soloist.  Masonic graveside services and interment were at the Reardan Cemetery.  Casket bearers included Rodger Hein, Dee L. Reilly, Richard Simpson, Gerald Brommer, Harold Wagner and Jack Paul.  Honorary bearers were Albert Hein, Ted Janett, Leonard King, Pete Brommer, Frank Schultz and Lewis McKay. He is survived by his wife, Elva, at the home; daughter, Joyce Nonnemacher, Davenport; son-in-law, Frank Nonnemacher, Davenport; three grandchildren, Christie Nonnemacher, Spokane, Julie Nonnemacher, WSU, Pullman, Casey Nonnemacher, Davenport; one sister Mary Beavers, Kennewick.” (Davenport Times: 5-29-1980) by Marge Womach

Heldstab, Elva Elizabeth (b. March 26, 1910 in Reardan, WA; d. March 8, 1995 in Spokane, WA) nee Clinton
Block A, Lot 53, Plot 2
"Married December 10, 1932", Shares stone with Casper
   (Age 84) Passed away March 8, 1995 in Spokane, WA, her home, Reardan, WA. Survived by her daughter and her husband, Joyce and Frank Nonnemacher of Davenport, WA; three grandchildren, Christie MacRae of Renton, WA, Julie Langenheim of Medical Lake, WA, Casey Nonnemacher of Davenport, WA; twin great grandsons, Michael and Mitchell Langenheim of Medical Lake, WA; one sister, Velma Speegle of Yakima, WA; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Casper (Casey) Heldstab in 1980. She was a 50-year member of the Spring Creek Grange and the Eastern Star Chapter #131. Member of the Reardan Presbyterian Church and Senior Citizens, and the Washington Wheat Growers. Funeral Services Monday, March 13, 1995 at 10:00 A.M. at the Reardan Presbyterian Church, Reardan, WA. Rev. Cynthia Rodkey, officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Mrs. Heldstab will lie-in-state at the Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA on Sunday afternoon from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Reardan Presbyterian Church or the Lincoln Hospital Foundation. [Spokesman Review]  Funeral service for longtime Reardan resident Elva E. Heldstab was held Monday at the Reardan Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Cynthia Rodkey officiating. Internment was at the Reardan Cemetery. Mrs. Heldstab, 84, died March 8 in Spokane. She was born March 26, 1910, in Reardan to Clarence and Anne May (Breneman) Clinton. She grew up in the area, graduating from Reardan High School in 1928. She married Casper (Casey) Heldstab on Dec. 10, 1932. They lived and farmed for a short time north of Reardan before moving to the Heldstab family homestead in the Gravelle area west of Reardan. The couple retired from farming in 1974, but continued to live on the family homestead until Mr. Heldstab's death in 1980. In 1981, Mrs. Heldstab moved into Reardan, where she lived until her health forced her to move to a retirement apartment in Spokane in 1993. Mrs. Heldstab was a 50-year member of Spring Creek Grange and Eastern Star Chapter No. 131. She also was a member of the Reardan Presbyterian Church, Reardan Senior Citizens and Washington Association of Wheat Growers. Mrs. Heldstab is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Joyce and Frank Nonnemacher of Davenport, one grandson, Casey Nonnemacher of Davenport; two granddaughters, Christie MacRae of Renton and Julie Langenheim of Medical Lake; twin great-grandsons, Michael and Mitchell Langenheim of Medical Lake; and one sister, Velma Speegle of Yakima. Memorials may be made to the Reardan Presbyterian Church or the Lincoln Hospital Foundation. [Davenport Times; 3/16/1995; p. 10

Heldstab, Peter (b. 1861; d. 1939)
Block W1, Lot 7, Plot 4

Helman, George W. (b. 1872; d. 1920)
Block W1, Lot 39, Plot 5
Married on October 12, 1898 to Birdie L. Buckman (daughter of John & Lizzie Buckman)

Hendrix, June G. (b. January 22, 1920; d. August 31, 1996)
Block A, Lot 48, Plot 4
"In Loving Memory", "Grandma" 

 Memorial service for June G. Hendrix was held Wednesday afternoon this week at the Reardan United Methodist Church, with Carolyn Krupke officiating. Mrs. Hendrix of Reardan passed away on Aug. 31 at the Cheney Care Center. She was 76. Mrs. Hendrix owned and operated Junes Grill in Reardan. She will be greatly missed by her family and many friends. Mrs. Hendrix is survived by her two sons, James Hendrix II and his wife Lowanna of Davenport, and John Hendrix and his wife Claire of Tum Tum; one daughter, Janice Roberts and her husband Conrad of Reardan; her mother, Fay Patterson, 96, of Ewan, Wash.; two brothers Homer Dickerson of Cheney and Larry Dickerson of St. John; three sisters, Virginia Randolph of Olympia, and Retha Lucas and Yvonne Kemper, both of Cheney; 16 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, James, in 1974 and one sister, Joyce McCarty, in 1995. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Reardan Library. Cremation was entrusted to Cheney Funeral Chapel. [Davenport Times; 9/5/1996; p. 6]

*Henry, Charles C. (b. February 27, 1923; d. October 23, 1995)
Block A, Lot 28, Plot 6
"PV1 US Army World War II"

Henry, Emery Judson (b. November 20, 1890; d. March 30, 1987 in Davenport, WA)
Block A, Lot 28, Plot 5
Shares stone with Esther
   (96) Passed away, March 30, 1987 in Davenport, WA. His home, Reardan, WA. Survived by three sons, Robert E. Henry, Spokane, Richard C. Henry, Charles C. Henry, both of Elk, WA; one daughter, Norma Jean Lundgren, Spokane; five grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; one great-great grandson; one sister and brother-in-law, Marguerite and Alfred Krupke, Davenport, WA; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Service, Thursday, April 2, 1987 at 11 am Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Rev. V. T. Speece and Rev. Tom Telfer, officiating. Interment, Reardan Cemetery. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1987" page 148 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1987]

Henry, Esther Margaret (b. August 27, 1897; d. July 16, 1984 in Davenport, WA) nee Clark
Block A, Lot 28, Plot 4
Shares stone with Emery
   (86) Passed away July 16, 1984 in Davenport, WA. Her home formerly Reardan, WA. Survived by her husband, Emery Henry, Davenport, WA; three sons, Robert E. Henry, Spokane, Richard C. Henry, Charles C. Henry, both of Elk, WA; one daughter, Norma J. Lundgren, Spokane; one sister, Iva Stassard, Boise, ID; five grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Service Thursday, July 19, 1984 at 10:30 a.m. Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1984" page 190 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1984]

*Henry, Richard Calvin (b. June 15, 1921 in Milton, OR; d. January 12, 2004)
Block A, Lot 28, Plot 1
"TEC 5 US Army World War II"
   Funeral for Richard Calvin Henry, 82, was Tuesday at Lauer Funeral Home in Deer Park. Burial was at the Reardan Cemetery. Mr. Henry, a longtime resident of Elk, died Jan. 12. He was born in Milton, Ore. He graduated from Reardan (Wash.) High School and served in the Army during World War II. He saw combat action in the South Pacific at the Bismarck Archipelago, New Guinea and the southern Philippines with the 489th Amphibious Company. Mr. Henry and his brother, Charles, owned a ranch near Eloischultka Lake for more than 50 years. Survivors include his brother, Robert Henry of Medical Lake; and numerous nieces and nephews. [From Spokesman Review, January 22, 2004]

Hobart, Bert L. (b. 1890 in ID; d. May 7, 1954 in Stevens Co, WA)
Block A, Lot 14, Plot 5

Hobart, Emma (b. 1863; d. 1933)
Block E1, Lot 37, Plot 4

Hobart, Lizzie D. (b. 1891 in NY; d. November 8, 1947 in Stevens Co, WA)
Block A, Lot 14, Plot 6

Hobart, William Samuel (b. January 5, 1880; d. 1928)
Block E1, Lot 37, Plot 2
Married Ruby F. Campbell - she later married William Rogers

Holmage, John G. (b. 1880; d. 1958)
Block LC, Lot 1, Plot 2

Hopkins, Edward (b. December 14, 1884 in England; d. November 3, 1970 in Lincoln Co, WA)
Block A, Lot 32, Plot 3
Shares stone with Margaret , "Together Forever", married on August 17, 1916 in Spokane to Margaret A. Frame , Son of William Hopkins and Mary Golley   

 “Edward Hopkins.—His home Reardan, WA. Survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Isabelle Schy, Seattle; Mrs. Mary Jean Erskine, Boulder, CO; Mrs. Eleanor Hoople, Ephrata; 5 grandchildren; one brother, Bill Hopkins, Reardan, and a brother and a sister in England. A member of the Odd Fellows Lodge, Reardan, WA. Funeral services will be held Friday, Nov 6 at 1 p.m. from the Reardan Presbyterian Church. The Rev C. C. Saunders and the Rev Forrest Travielle officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, in charge.” Marge Womach(Spokesman Review: 11-06-1970)

Hopkins, Margaret A. (b. October 1885 in MO; d. November 21, 1968) nee Frame
Block A, Lot 32, Plot 4
Shares stone with Edward, "Together Forever", middle initial on marriage cert is A., daughter of James Frame and Margaret Anderson, married on August 17, 1916 in Spokane to Edward Hopkins,                                                                                                                                 “Margaret F. Hopkins.—Her home Reardan,WA. Survived by her husband, Edward Hopkins, at the home; 3 daughters, Mrs. Isabelle Schy, and Mrs. Mary Jean Erskine, both Seattle, WA, and Mrs. Eleanor Hoople, Ephrata, WA; 5 grandchildren, 3 brothers and 4 sisters, all in Wisconsin. A member of the Reardan Presbyterian Church, a life member of the Starlite Chapter No. 90, OES of Reardan. Funeral services, Monday, Nov 25, at 11 a.m. from the Presbyterian Church, Reardan, WA, Rev C. C. Saundters and Rev A. R. Thompson officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. The Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: 11-25-1968)Marge Womach

Horne, Anna E. (b. 1856; d. 1926)
Block E1, Lot 47, Plot 2

Hoye, Bertram J. (Bert) (b. January 1895 in MN; d. 1956)
Block W1, Lot 14, Plot 1
Son of Joseph Hoye & Laura Johnson

Hoye, Joseph H. (b. January 16, 1860 in Rochester, NY; d. February 22, 1904 in Spokane, WA)
Block W1, Lot 14, Plot 3
"Farewell my wife and children dear
I am not dead but sleeping here
And after me no sorrow take
But love each other for my sake"
J. H. Hoye; married white male, age 44; place of birth: New York; last residing at Reardan, WA; Date of Death: 2/22/1904 at Spokane, WA; cause of death: Atrophy of liver; died at St. Luke's hospital; occupation was harness maker
[http://spokane.net/town_resources/finalform.aspx?id=4585]
Funeral home was Gilman & Co; malnutrition was also listed as a cause of death

Hoye, Laura M. (b. August 1866 in Norway; d. 1908) nee Johnson
Block W1, Lot 14, Plot 2

Huffman, Elfean (b. November 1851 in IA; d. October 1929) nee Manzer (spelling?)
Block E1, Lot 45, Plot 5
Wife of Jonathan B. Huffman

*Huffman, Harry Vernon (b. May 8, 1919; d. September 4, 2001)
Block E1, Lot 34, Plot 4
"WW II Vet", "Together Forever", "Married January 12, 1942"
(   Age 82) Passed away peacefully in his home, Tuesday, September 4, 2001. He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Verla; his daughter, Gayle Hennings of Cheney; and his son, Terry and wife, Sharon Huffman of Nine Mile Falls, WA. He is also survived by three grandchildren, Mike Hennings of Cheney, Lisa Swannack of St. John, and Paul Huffman of Nine Mile Falls; and six great-grandchildren. Harry was preceded in death by his parents, Jess and Minnie Huffman; brothers, Joe, Earl, and Jack Huffman; and sister, Avis Jones. He is survived by his sister, Vera Mazour of Spokane. Harry was born at Long Lake on May 8, 1919. He attended and graduated from North Central High School in 1937. He attended WSC for 3½ years, then went into Air Force Cadet training in March of 1941. He received an Air Force commission of 2nd Lieutenant in November of 1941. He then received a 1st Lieutenant commission at Paine Field, 57th squadron and was sent to Baton Rouge, LA. Harry retired as a captain in the Air Force in 1942. Harry and his family moved to Long Lake where he worked for the Washington Water Power. He retired from the Washington Water Power in 1981 after 30 years of service. He continued with the Washington Water Power as a "Trailblazer" for 50 years. Harry enjoyed his retirement; one of his favorite pastimes was looking after the family property in Rail Canyon. He also worked tirelessly for the Tum Tum Senior Citizen Center where he and Verla were named Senior Volunteers of the Year. Harry was a loving husband, father, and grandfather who will be dearly missed by all who knew him. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2001 at 3:30 p.m. at the Community Church of Our Savior, 6418-A Highway 291. Pastor Bob Silver officiating. A reception will follow at the Tum Tum Community Center. Memorials may be made to the "Myelin Project Headquarters", Suite 950, 1747 Pennsylvania Ave N.W., Washington D.C. 20006. Riplinger Funeral Home, 4305 N Division St. in charge of arrangements.

Huffman, Jessie Allen (b. April 13, 1881 in IA; d. July 1, 1950)
Block E1, Lot 45, Plot 3
Married October 23, 1905 in Reardan to Minnie Rupprath
Son of Jonathan B & Elfean Huffman; 

 Home at Long Lake, Wash. Husband of Minnie P. Huffman, at the home. Father of Mrs. Vera Finch, Wilbur, Wash.; Mrs. Avis Rollins, Everett, Wash.; Joe Huffman, Spokane; Harry Huffman, Pullman; Earl Huffman, Mohler, Ore.; Jack Huffman of Chewelah; 10 grandchildren. He was a member of Spokane Aerie No. 2 F. O. E. and the Trail Blazers. He was a retired operator for the Washington Water Power Co. Funeral Wednesday, July 5, at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel at the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe St., Rev. Arthur Thorpe officiating. Interment at Reardan, Wash. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 7/3/1950; p. 11]

*Huffman, Jonathan B. (b. September 1842 in IA; d. ___) [no date]
Block E1, Lot 45, Plot 6
"CO.A. 34 IA INF."

Huffman, Minnie P. (b. 1889; d. June 19, 1967 in Chewelah, WA) nee Rupprath
Block E1, Lot 45, Plot 2
Shares stone with Margaret Rupprath (her mother), married on October 23, 1905 in Reardan to Jessie Huffman

Humphrey, Claude Melvin (b. April 7, 1917 in Tekoa, WA; d. September 13, 2002 in Spokane, WA)
Block E1, Lot 12, Plot 4
Married on October 10, 1937 in Reardan to Mildred Fern McLaughlin, "Married Oct. 10, 1939", Shares stone with Mildred, son of Lyle Frank Humphrey and Pearl Mable Griffith
   (Age 85) Passed away September 13, 2002 in Spokane, WA, his home; formerly of Reardan, WA. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Mildred Humphrey at the home. Four children: Dennis Humphrey (and Bev) of Cheney, WA, Karen Meye and (Charley) of Ritzville, WA, Brian Humphrey (and Teresa) of Edwall, WA and Mark Humphrey of Reardan, WA; 10 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; one niece and two nephews. Preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Glenn and Leonard and two infant sisters, Audrey and Violet. Honorary Chapter Farmer of the Reardan FFA, member of the West Deep Creek Grange. Funeral Services, Wednesday, September 18, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Memorials may be made to the Reardan Fire and EMT's or the Reardan High School FFA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA in charge of arrangements.

Humphrey, Daniel Cable (b. October 5, 1861; d. November 11, 1934 in Hood River, OR)
Block W2, Lot 50, Plot 1 "Father"
Married on March 9, 1890 in Spokane to Margaret Eliza Wolford (Maggie)

Age 73. His home was in Hood River, Ore. Survived by his wife, Margaret, at the home; 1 daughter, Mrs. Amy Adams of Hood River; 3 sons, George of Hood River, Charles and Lauren, both of Reardan, Wash.; 4 grandchildren and 1 brother, S.W. Humphrey of Seibert, Col. Funeral services will be held Wed., Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. at Reardan, Wash. The I.O.O.F. will have charge of the services. Interment Reardan. Hard Mortuary in charge. [Spokesman Review; November 14, 1934; p. 11] "Reardan Pioneer Taken by Death; Dan C. Humphrey, pioneer of Reardan, died Sunday at Hood River, Ore. He was 73 and an old-time member of the Odd Fellows lodge. He came to Reardan in 1888. In 1900 he was married to Miss Margaret Wolford of Spokane. Surviving are his widow, Margaret; a daughter, Mrs. Amy Adams of Hood River; three sons, George of Hood River, and Charles and Lauren, both of Reardan; four grandchildren and a brother, S.W. of Siebert, Col. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Reardan with burial in the Reardan cemetery." [Spokane Daily Chronicle; November 12, 1934; p.6]

Humphrey, Margaret Eliza (Maggie) (b. June 22, 1871; d. January 18, 1947 - or 1946) nee Wolford
Block W2, Lot 50, Plot 2
Married on March 9, 1890 in Spokane to Daniel Cable Humphrey

Humphrey, Mildred F. (Midge) (b. July 24, 1918 by Reardan, WA; d. September 2007) nee: McLaughlin
Block E1, Lot 12
Daughter of J. J. McLaughlin and Cora Bentley, Shares stone with Claude.  

 Born July 24, 1918 to J. J. and Cora (Bentley) McLaughlin on the family homestead northeast of Reardan, WA. She attended Reardan schools graduating in 1936. She married Claude M. Humphrey on October 10th, 1936 at the family home. They were the third generation to be married on October 10th. They farmed the area until Claude's retirement and then moving to Reardan. They then moved to The Waterford on South Hill in Spokane in 2000, where she remained after Claude's death in 2002. Midge is survived by her four children: Dennis Humphrey and Bev of Cheney, WA, Karen Meye and Charles of Ritzville, WA, Brian Humphrey and Teresa of Edwall, WA, and Mark Humphrey and Deb of Reardan, WA; 13 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren; one great-great granddaughter; one step sister, Iva Thiringer and Carl, two step brothers, Richard Atkinson and Judy and Glenn Atkinson and Betty, all of Spokane, WA; as well as a niece and two nephews. She loved her family and her chicken collection. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, September 7th, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at Reardan Presbyterian Church with Pastor Phil Falk officiating. Concluding Services and Vault Interment will follow services at Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Memorials may be made to the Reardan Fire Department or to Hospice of Spokane. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA is caring for the family. [Spokesman Review]

Hyslop, (Ella) Nora Weller (b. April 1885 in WA; d. May 06, 1956 in Spokane, Spokane, WA) Bartholomew
Block W2, Lot 42, Plot 5; daughter of J. J. Bartholomew & Margaret Hamilton
Married 1) on June 8, 1904 to Harry W. Weller: b. 1875; d. 1915; buried at Reardan Cemetery; married 2) George Maynard Hyslop: b. March 31, 1881 in WA (son of Robert Hyslop: b. April 1848 in Canada and Emma Hyslop: b. December 1856 in Canada)                                                Her home, W2008 Augusta. Sister of Mrs. Gertie Magers of Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho; Jake Bartholomew of Seattle; Bert Bartholomew of Ukiah, Calif. Aunt of Mrs. Arlene Platts of Spokane; Mrs. Mildred Munday of Ukiah, Calif.; Lawrence Bartholomew of Berkeley, Calif.; Frank Crosby of Spokane. She was a member of the Starlight chapter No. 90 O.E.S. of Reardan, Wash., and the Rebekah lodge of Reardan, Wash., and Deep Creek Grange. Funeral services Wed., May 9, at 1 p.m. in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe St. Rev. J. Hiram Hogberg officiating. Burial services Reardan cemetery, Reardan, Wash. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; 5/8/1956; p. 22]

Imhoff, Amelia (b. December 19, 1878 in WI; d. November 2, 1908) nee Flood
Block W1, Lot 19, Plot 5
Married on November 30, 1898 in Lincoln Co, WA to A.E. Imhoff (son of Peter Imhoff)

Imhoff, Anna (b. February 15, 1834 in OH; d. December 16, 1904 in Lincoln Co, WA) nee Menson
Block W1, Lot 20, Plot 5
"Rest in Peace"
Annie Imhoff; 70-year-old married white female; died in Lincoln Co of Cerebral Hemorrhage; born in Ohio, lived in Lincoln Co; father: Jacob Mentzer, born in Pennsylvania; mother: Eva Boyer, born in U.S.; informant: B.J. Ellis.
Shares stone with Peter Imhoff

Imhoff, Helen C. (b. 1876; d. 1962) nee Buffington
Block W1, Lot 20, Plot 2
Married on November 24, 1926 in Spokane to Henry Imhoff, Daughter of Thomas Buffington and Adelia Gyer

Imhoff, Henry L. (b. January 1870 in OH; d. April 9, 1949)
Block W1, Lot 20, Plot 3
Son of Peter & Anna, Temp stone only, married 1) on January 28, 1900 to Francis Baldwin, married 2) on November 24, 1926 to Helen C. Bennett

Imhoff, Peter (b. December 22, 1831 in OH; d. April 23, 1906 near Mondovi, WA)
Block W1, Lot 20, Plot 4
Shares stone with Anna, "Rest in Peace"
Peter Imhoff, another old pioneer, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Alfred Hughes, near Mondovi, Monday of this week. He was 74 years of age, and was quite well known throughout the Reardan and Davenport country where he had lived many years. [LCT; 4/27/1906]

Irvine, Jr. Bertha Emelia (b. July 11, 1911; d. August 14, 1978)
Block W1, Lot 16, Plot 5

Jackson, Eva Mae (b. May 1, 1890 in Wilkins, MN; d. January 23, 1989 in Spokane, WA) nee Postlethwait
Block W2, Lot 34, Plot 1
Married On December 6, 1911 in Spokane to Waldo Jackson

Jackson, Helen L. (b. December 30, 1926; d. February 5, 1984) nee Landt
Block E1, Lot 36, Plot 5
   Entered into rest February 5, 1984 in a local hospital. Her home, Spokane. Survived by her husband, Larry Jackson, at the home; one daughter, Nancy Hall, Bonny Lake, WA; one son, Richard Holien, Sumner, WA; one step-daughter, Kathy O'Kelly, Spokane; four stepsons, Allen Jackson, Spokane, Stephen Jackson, Moses Lake, WA, Scott Jackson, Bakersfield, CA, Bruce Jackson, Spokane; two sisters, Lorraine Ratray, Reardan, WA, Mary Peitz, Nine Mile Falls, WA; two brothers, Ellwood Landt, Nine Mile Falls, WA, Vern Landt, Reardan, WA; 14 grandchildren. Member of Crestline Church of the Nazarene. Funeral Service, Wednesday, February 8, 1984 at 10 a.m. Crestline Church of the Nazarene, N4520 Crestline. Rev. Terry Irish, officiating. Private Family interment, Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Family suggests memorial contributions to American Cancer Society, 1717 NW Blvd., Spokane, 99205. Riplinger Funeral Home, N4305 Division St. in charge. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1984" page 43 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1984]

Jackson, Ida (b. March 1856 in OH; d. February 19, 1942) nee Clark
Block W2, Lot 34, Plot 6
Married on February 8, 1882 in IL to John Jackson

Jackson, John (b. March 1849 in England; d. 1911)
Block W2, Lot 34, Plot 5
Married on February 8, 1882 in IL to Ida Clark

Jackson, Tey Von Marcell (b. May 10, 1997; d. March 6, 2005) (not online)
Block A, Lot 57, Plot 6
Son of Ginger Allison Wolfe & Rodrick Jackson, "Our Amazing Tey Tey"

Jackson, Waldo Emerson (b. February 10, 1883; d. August 7, 1944)
Block W2, Lot 34, Plot 2
Son of John & Ida Jackson, married on December 6, 1911 in Spokane to Eva Mae Postlethwait - name on cert is Walter E. Jackson

Johnson, Ellen (b. November 1860 in Sweden; d. January 26, 1930 in Spokane, WA)
Block E2, Lot 8, Plot 3
There was an Ellen Svenson that married John Johnson on 2/3/1896 - they both listed that they were born in Sweden
   Mrs. Ellen Johnson Buried Here Tuesday. The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Johnson who died in Spokane Sunday at the age of 71 was held Tuesday from the Emmanuel Lutheran church with Rev. A.R.M. Kettner officiating. She is survived by one daughter, Martha Johnson, Spokane. Mrs. Johnson was a former Reardan resident and was well known here. Interment was in the Reardan cemetery. [Reardan Gazette: 1-30-1930]

Johnson, Erick Albert (b. June 18, 1897 in WA; d. October 1, 1910)
Block E2, Lot 8, Plot 5
Son of John & Ellen

*Johnson, James Henry (Jim) (b. February 29, 1936 in Clarinda, IA; d. August 26, 1993 in Reardan, WA)
Block E1, Lot 1A, Plot 6
"Lt Col US Air Force"

Johnson, John Albert (b. July 1854 in Sweden; d. 1920)
Block E2, Lot 8, Plot 1
  

Johnson, John A., added12/22/08    

“Monday last John A Johnson, residing 8 miles N of Davenport, died of paralysis of the heart. Born in England , Mr. Johnson came to America many years ago, settling near Larene in the early 80’s. He was a man well and favorably known throughout Lincoln County. With the exception of one son, his children are all married.”  (Citizen: 2-07-1908) {Research shows that John A. Johnson was buried in the Reardan City Cemetery. He married Katherine A. Johnson, daughter of Joseph Stolz and his wife Agatha.  Following John’s death, Kate was head of household in Larene with son Eugene residing with her. In 1920 she had moved to Anacortes, Skagit Co, and was living with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McCully. IN 1930, Kate was living with her daughter, Lucretia McCully in Anacortes. Katherine A. Johnson died 5-29-1933 at Walla Walla.} by Marge Womach

Johnson, Louis P. (b. 1874; d. 1895)
Block W1, Lot 38, Plot 1

Johnson, Martha (b. January 26, 1899 in WA; d. November 2, 1966)
Block E2, Lot 8, Plot 6
Daughter of John & Ellen

 Her home, Rt. 1, Deer Park, Wash. Survived by two foster sisters, Mrs. Bessie Howard, Spokane, Mrs. Hazel Bell, Mt. Vernon, Wash.; one foster brother, Ross Edwards, Espanola, Wash. She was a member of the Williams Valley Grange. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Nov. 5 at 1 pm at the Zion Lutheran Church, Deer Park, Wash. Rev. S. F. Veldey, officiating. Burial services, Reardan Cemetery, 3 pm., Saturday. The Lauer Funeral Home, Deer Park, Wash., in charge of arrangements. (Spokesman Review; 11/4/1966; p.24)

Johnson, Richard James (b. ___; d. January 1917)
Block E1, Lot 27, Plot 4
"Infant"

Johnston, B. Graham (b. September 30, 1923; d. November 15, 1998)
Block W2, Lot 9, Plot 3
Name on stone is "Graham B. Johnston"

Johnston, Shirley Maxine (Maxine) (b. 1927; d. November 6, 1966)
Block W2, Lot 9, Plot 1
Name on stone is "Maxine Johnston"
;  

 Passed away Nov. 6 in Spokane, her home, Rt. 1, Medical Lake, Wn. Wife of Graham B. Johnston, at the home. Mother of Cheryl Johnston, LaVonne Johnston, Robin Johnston, Scott Johnston and Craig Johnston, all at the home. Sister of Wesley Sheldon, New York City, NY.; Warren Sheldon, Burgenfield, New Jersey; Vern Sheldon, Deer Lodge, Mont. Several nieces and nephews. Member of Emanuel Lutheran Church, Reardan, Wn, and Mary Stranahan Chapter O.E.S., Judith Gap, Mont. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home, N1306 Monroe St. (Spokesman Review; 11/7/1966; p. 19)

Johnston, R.G. Scott (b. December 3, 1952; d. April 1977)
Block W2, Lot 9, Plot 2

Jones, George Edward (Ed) (b. December 21, 1902 in KS; d. November 16, 1987 in Spokane Valley, WA)
Block E1, Lot 9A, Plot 5
Shares stone with Mary
   Service for George E. "Ed" Jones, 84, will be at 1 pm Saturday at Ball & Dodd Funeral Home - South in Spokane. Burial will follow at Reardan (Wash) Cemetery. Mr. Jones died Monday at Good Samaritan Center in the Spokane Valley. Born in Kansas, he came to Reardan from Oregon in 1944 and owned and operated Jones Motor Service for 34 years. He operated it as a Mobil service station from 1944-1968 and then as a gasoline engine repair business from his home until 1978. He moved to Good Samaritan Center in 1985. Mr. Jones was a member of the Davenport (Wash) Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Mary E.; three sons, Clyde E. and Clair M. Jones, both of Spokane, and Neal L. Jones of Hayden Lake, Idaho; four sisters; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1987" page 514 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1987]
   Passed away November 16, 1987. His home Greenacres, WA. Survived by his wife, Mary E. Jones at the home; three sons, Clyde E. Jones, Clair M. Jones, both Spokane, Neal L. Jones, Hayden Lake, ID; eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; four sisters, Laura Smith, Dodge City, KS, Ellen Olsen, Larned, KS, Grace Waterhouse, Burdett, KS, Charlotte Scothorn, Klowa, CO. A member of Davenport congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. Funeral services Saturday, November 21, 1987, at 1 pm at Ball & Dodd Funeral Home - South; 421 S. Division St. Interment, Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to Good Samaritan Home, E17121 8th, Greenacres, WA 99016. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1987" page 514 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1987]

Jones, Gladys (b. February 28, 1922 in Creston, WA; d. February 7, 2004) nee Anyan
Block A, Lot 75, Plot 5
Shares stone with Robert, "Married Aug. 1, 1942"
Funeral for Gladys Jones, 81, will be today at 1 p.m. at Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, Wash. Mrs. Jones, a former longtime resident of Reardan, Wash., died Saturday. She was born in Creston, Wash. She was a homemaker. Her husband, Robert, died in 1996. Survivors include five sons, Robert Jones of Colbert, Mike and Frank Jones, both of Spokane, Reve Jones of Baker, Ore., and Paul Jones of Reardan; two daughters, Dorothy Federspiel of Mead and Tina Teaford of Reardan; two sisters, Ethel Loomis of Tacoma and Jean Loiseau of Seattle; three brothers, Glen and Roy Anyan, both of Spokane and Merle Anyan of Edwall, Wash.; 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. [From Spokesman Review, February 12, 2004]

Jones, Mary Elna (b. June 10, 1908; d. May 4, 1999)
Block E1, Lot 9A, Plot 6
Shares stone with George  

Mary Elna Jones passed away May 4, 1999. She was 90.  Mary was born June 10, 1908, in Cimarron , Kansas , to Joseph Martin Fisher and Nettie Gertrude Holden Fisher. She went on to graduate from Hodgeman Community High School in 1926, where she received the highest grades in the history of the school.  She married George Edward Jones on Aug 14, 1928 and was a homemaker. They lived in Rozel , Kansas , then Oregon and eventually in Reardan in 1944. In 1948 they built a Mobil service station, which they operated for 20 years.  Elna, as she commonly went by, raised a large garden as well as goats and chickens. She was also devoted to sharing her faith as a Jehovah’s Witness, and she kept busy with this since 1941. Another passion of Elna’s was poetry.  Mrs. Jones is survived by one sister, Jenne Renick of Yuba City, CA; three sons and their spouses, Clyde and Janice Jones of Spokane; Clair and Betty Jones of Spokane; and Neal and Sharon Jones of Hayden, Idaho; 8 grandchildren; and 12 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Ed in 1987; one brother, Kermit Fisher; and one sister, Iro Hansen. Graveside service for Mrs. Jones was held Friday at the Reardan Cemetery, and a memorial was held Saturday at Ball and Dodd Funeral Home-South in Spokane.” Obit by Marge Womach (Davenport Times:  5-13-1999; photo in original)

Jones, Robert H. (Bob) (b. August 21, 1916; d. November 12, 1996 in Spokane, WA)
Block A, Lot 75, Plot 6
Shares stone with Gladys, "Married Aug. 1, 1942"
   Funeral service for former Reardan resident Robert H. Jones was held here Saturday at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, with pastors Elliott Hull and Phil Falk officiating. Interment was at the Reardan Cemetery. Mr. Jones, who made his home in Medical Lake, passed away Nov 12 in Spokane. He is survived by his wife, Gladys, at the home; five sons, Robert L. Jones and his wife Barbara of Colbert; Mike Jones and his wife Janelle of Spokane; Frank Jones and his wife Kathy of Spokane; Rev. Jones and his wife Sharon of Baker, OR; and Paul Jones and his wife Jody of Reardan; two daughters, Dorothy Federspiel and her husband Glen of Mead; and Tina Teaford and her husband Terry of Reardan; 16 grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements. [Davenport Times: 11-21-1996]

Joslin, Baby [no stone]
Block E1, Lot 1, Plot 5

Kasten, Helen I. (b. June 13, 1920; d. April 12, 2001) nee Mahrt
Block A, Lot 20, Plot 6
Married on June 20, 1943 to Edward Kasten

Keller, Diane Jane (b. January 3, 1947; d. February 23, 2006) (not online)
Block W1, Lot 49, Plot 1
(Age 59)
Daughter of Betty Wilson, Passed away February 23, 2006, Funeral Service Saturday, March 4th, 10 AM
St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 1620 N. Monroe, Ball & Dodd Funeral Home, Spokane, WA, [Spokesman Review; 3/1/2006] 

 (Age 59) Passed away February 23, 2006. She is survived by her father, Charles Wilson of Spokane, WA; brother Bill (Samra) Keller of San Juan Capistrano, CA; sisters, Sandy (Dale) Zehm, Sue (Joe) Heidenreich, and Patty (Ken) Hughey, all of Spokane, WA; nieces and nephews, Christine Zellinger of Wheaton, IL, Regina Heidenreich of Bellevue, WA, Ryan Zehm, Heidi Heidenreich, Katie Heidenreich, Elizabeth Hughey, Sam Hughey, and Annie Hughey, all of Spokane; great-nephew, Brock Zellinger; and special family friend, Martha Keller. She is preceded in death by her parents, Elizabeth Wilson and William Keller. She did pioneering work with newborns that had respiratory complications at Deaconess Hospital, as well as assisting to develop an aircraft evacuation system for Spokane area hospitals. Also working in mechanical cardio-pulmonary management for patients both in hospitals and homes., Diane was very active in professional organizations within her field. Diane had an adventurous spirit that led to travels to Africa and a climb to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Diane was very thankful to her dear friends who provided love and support throughout her life. Special thanks also go to Cancer Care Northwest and Hospice of Spokane. A Funeral Service will be held at 10:00 am, Saturday, March 4, 2006 at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 1620 N. Monroe St., Rev. Sonny Westbrook officiating. Visitation will be held Friday, March 3rd, from 2:00 to 8:00 pm at Hazen & Jaegar Funeral Home, 1306 N. Monroe St. Interment at Reardan Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to: Diane Keller Celebration of Life Scholarship, PO Box 6000, Spokane, WA 99217. [Spokesman Review]

Kelly, June E. (b. June 10, 1945; d. November 14, 2000) ashes
Block E1, Lot 44, Plot 5&6

Kelso, Althea Catherine (b. January 17, 1887 in Creston, IA; d. November 3, 1975) nee Lair
Block A, Lot 11, Plot 5
Married on August 1, 1906 at her home in Lincoln Co to Leonard H. Kelso , Daughter of Nancy Ellen McNees and Albert Augusta Lair; sister to Grace Maude Lair (Kelso)“Althea C Kelso. Died: 11-03-1975. Burial: Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial permit) by Marge Womach

Kelso, Betty Ferne (b. February 1, 1925; d. November 9, 1941)
Block A, Lot 4, Plot 4

Kelso, Isaac Edgar Glaize (Edgar) (b. June 17, 1869 in Capon, Hampshire, WV; d. December 27, 1951 in Spokane, WA)
Block W2, Lot 22, Plot 5
Married on January 20, 1904 at Capon Chapel, Hampshire, WV to Harriett Elizabeth Brill
  “Isaac Edgar Glaize Kelso. Died: 12-27-1951. Burial: Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial permit) by Marge Womach

Kelso, Elizabeth C. (b. 1830; d. 1916)
Block W2, Lot 22, Plot 6

 

Kelso, Everett Hutton (b. April 30, 1907 in Reardan, WA; d. August 31, 1981 in Davenport, WA)
Block A, Lot 11, Plot 2
   Passed away August 31, 1981 in Davenport, WA. A lifetime resident of Reardan, WA. Survived by one son, Donald E. Kelso, Edmonds, WA; one daughter, Mrs. Lloyd (Karol) Banks, Spokane; five grandchildren, Gail and Mike Panther, Chehalis, WA; David Banks, Eugene, OR; Steven Banks, Seattle, WA; Lisa Kelso, Edmonds, WA; three great-grandchildren, two brothers, Jasper Kelso, Reardan, WA; Clair Skeet, Reardan, WA; two sisters, Eileen Bussert, Electric City, WA; Vinnie Stuthelt, Spokane; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. A Charter and lifetime member of the Reardan Lions Club. A graduate of Reardan High School. A member of the Hassle Club. Past Pres. of West. Steam Friends. Funeral services Thursday, September 3, 1981 at 2:00 p.m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Reardan, WA. Pastor Philip Falk officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Memorials may be made to the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Reardan, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA in charge. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1981" page 122 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1981]

“Funeral services for Everett Kelso, lifetime resident and civic leader of Reardan, are to be held today, Thursday, at 2 p.m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan with the Rev Philip Falk officiating. Kelso, who has served as president of the Reardan Lions Club and headed the Mules Days community celebration a couple times, died in Davenport on Monday, Aug 31.  He was a partner in the Kelso Brothers Garage in Reardan for several years before retiring from that operation a few years ago.  He is survived by one son, Donald E. Kelso, Edmonds, WA; one daughter, Mrs. Lloyd (Karol) Banks of Spokane; 5 grandchildren, Gail and Mike Panther of Chehalis, WA, David Banks of Eugene, OR, Steven Banks of Seattle, WA, Lisa Kelso of Reardan and Clair ‘Skeet’ Kelso of Reardan; two sisters, Eileen Bussert of Electric City, WA, and Vinnie Stutheit of Spokane; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was a charter and lifetime member of the Reardan Lions Club and a graduate of Reardan High School. He was also a member of the Hessie Club and past president of Western Steam Fiends.  Interment will be at the Reardan Cemetery.” (Davenport Times: 9-03-1981)by Marge Womach

Kelso, Grace Maude (b. May 7, 1885 in IA; d. June 25, 1977 in Spokane, WA) nee Lair
Block W1, Lot 30, Plot 2
Shares stone with John Grandville Kelso, Daughter of Nancy Ellen McNees and Albert Augusta Lair, “Grace Kelso. Died: 6-25-1977. Widowed. Burial: Reardan Cemetery, Reardan,WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial permit) by Marge Womach

Kelso, John Gordon (b. February 13, 1915; d. March 13, 1915)
Block W2, Lot 22, Plot 3
Son of Edgar Kelso and Harriett Elizabeth Brill

Kelso, John Grandville (b. August 22, 1883 in IA; d. October 30, 1932)
Block W1, Lot 30, Plot 3
Shares stone with Grace Maude Lair

Kelso, Leonard H. (b. February 15, 1879 in IA; d. January 2, 1941)
Block A, Lot 11, Plot 6
Married on August 1, 1906 at bride's home in Lincoln Co, WA to Althea Catherine Lair

Kelso, Melvin Ellis (b. March 20, 1906 in Reardan, WA; d. January 31, 1914)
Block W2, Lot 22, Plot 2
Stone is illegible, son of Edgar Kelso & Harriett Brill

Kelso, Roberta Mary (b. May 11, 1926 in Struthers, OH; d. December 11, 1999 in Spokane, WA) nee McPhilliamy
Block A, Lot 1, Plot 2
2nd wife of Clair (Skeet) Kelso
   Passed away December 11, 1999 in Spokane, WA her home Reardan, WA. She is survived by her husband, Clair "Skeet" Kelso at the home in Reardan, WA; two daughters, Peg and Michael Carter of Spokane, WA, Joyce and Leon Dunn of Reardan, WA; four sons, David Gongaware of Spokane, WA, Jamie and Karen Gongaware of Camas, WA, Dwayne Brauhn of Vancouver, WA, Eugene VanDorn Jr. of Reardan, WA; 12 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by one brother and three sisters. Member of the Reardan United Methodist Church, Reardan TOP's group, Reardan Sr. Citizens. Memorials may be made to the Reardan United Methodist Church, Reardan, WA. Pastor Paul Brilla officiating. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA in charge of arrangements.
   Roberta Kelso of Reardan passed away Dec 11 in Spokane. She was 73. Roberta was born May 11, 1926, in Struthers, Ohio, to William and Isetta (Mattem) McPhilliamy. She married Clair 'Skeet' Kelso on Dec 6, 1986 in Spokane. Mrs. Kelso was a member of the Reardan United Methodist Church, Reardan TOPS group and Reardan Senior Citizens. She is survived by her husband Clair of Reardan; two daughters, Peg and her husband Michael Carter of Spokane; and Joyce and her husband Leon Dunn of Reardan; four sons, David Gongaware of Spokane, Jamie and his wife Karen Gongaware of Camas, Dwayne Brauhn of Vancouver, and Eugene VanDorn Jr., of Reardan; 12 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one brother and three sisters. Funeral service was Tuesday at the Reardan United Methodist Church, with Pastor Paul Brilla officiating. [Davenport Times: est. 12-16-1999]

Kelso, Ruth Madaline (b. August 23, 1916; d. February 25, 1979) nee Schulz
Block A, Lot 11, Plot 1, “Ruth Madaline Kelso. Died: 2-25-1979. Burial: Reardan Cemetery, Reardan,WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial permit)by Marge Womach

Kelso, Vera Mae (b. August 16, 1916 in WA; d. April 27, 1983) nee Glotfelty
Block A, Lot 1, Plot 4
Married on June 19, 1937 in Spokane to Clair Kelso, Daughter of John & Edith Glotfelty
   Passed away April 27, 1983 at her home in Reardan, WA. Survived by her husband, Clair (Skeet) at the home; one foster daughter, Glenda Eastman, Reardan, WA; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Saturday, April 30, 1983 at 1:00 p.m. from the Chapel of The Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Pastor Philip Falk officiating. Interment Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Memorial gifts may be made to the memorial of your choice. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1983" page 119 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1983]“Funeral services were held April 30 in honor of Vera Mae Kelso, who died April 27, 1983. Born in Reardan in 1916, she was a local resident for most of her life.  She was married to Clair Kelso on Jun 19, 1937.  Services were in Davenport at Strate Funeral Home with Pastor Philip Falk officiating. Dennis Fiess sang two selections to the accompaniment of Norman Fiess, organist. Interment was at the Reardan Cemetery.  Casket bearers for the ceremony were Bob Rogers, Daryl Rogers, Keith Carlson, Wayne Plummer, Dale Sailor, and Bob Zwainz.  She was survived by her husband, Clair (Skeet), at their Reardan home; three aunts, Myrtle McClure of Davenport, Bessie Bell of Pasco, and Cora Miller of Spokane; a foster daughter-in-law, Glenda Eastman of Reardan, as well as numerous cousins.” obit submitted by Marge Womach (Davenport Times:  5-05-1983) 

Kelso, William Wallace (b. January 15, 1909 in Reardan, WA; d. September 1909 in Reardan, WA)
Block W2, Lot 22, Plot 1
Son of Edgar G. Kelso and Harriet Elizabeth Brill

Kemper, Judy L. (b. March 28, 1960; d. June 8, 2001) (not online)
Block A, Lot 48, Plot 4
"Our Beloved Mother"

Kemper, Yvonne J. (b. January 12, 1933; d. July 22, 2003) (not online)
Block A, Lot 48, Plot 4
"Our Beloved Mother & Grandmother"

Kempf, Amos (b. December 27, 1884 in OH; d. October 6, 1906 in Colfax, Whitman, WA)
Block E2, Lot 31, plot 6
Son of G&R Kempf, Death record has death date as 10/7/1906; died from Typhoid at hospital in Colfax, Whitman, WA

Kempf, Rose (b. October 1896; d. 1918)
Block E2, Lot 31, Plot 5
Rosena & Godfrey/Fred's daughter

Kempf, Rosena (b. October 31, 1855 in Switzerland; d. May 3, 1915) nee Williams
Block E2, Lot 31, Plot 3
Married about 1882 to Frederick Kempf (he also went by Godfrey, Godfried, Gottlieb)

Kerns, George Monroe (b. 1842; d. 1920)
Block W2, Lot 41, Plot 5

Kerns, Keziah Stroud (b. 1844; d. 1915)
Block W2, Lot 41, Plot 6

Kerrison, Dr. William Alfred (b. December 24, 1880 in England; d. 1927)
Block W2, Lot 43, Plot 4
Married on December 12, 1920 to Anna Hudkins, Son of Henry Kerrison and Emily A. Usher

Kimble, Henry W. (b. May 1853 in OH; d. September 7, 1942 in Lincoln Co, WA)
Block E1, Lot 54, Plot 6

King, Alfred Percival (b. November, 28, 1895 in Reardan, WA; d. April 19, 1898 ar Reardan, WA)
Block W1, Lot 50, Plot 6
King, Alfred. Died: April 19, 1898 at Reardan, age 2. Cause: influenza epidemic. Birth: WA. Residence: Reardan. Father: J King, born England. Mother: Sarah Adams, born England. [Lincoln Co Auditor: 4-19-1898)]

King, Alvina Amanda (b. December 6, 1886; d. October 8, 1979) nee Schultz
Block A, Lot 34, Plot 2
Shares stone with Garbutt, Miss Alvina A. Schultz and Mr. Garbutt L. King, both of Reardan, were married on Sunday, Nov. 12th. [Citizen: 11-24-1911]

King, A.P. [stone states A. P. K. only in King area]
Block W1, Lot 50, Plot 2

King, Garbutt Leonard (b. April 28, 1880 or 1881; d. June 10, 1951)
Block A, Lot 34, Plot 1
Shares stone with Alvina, Son of Joseph Howard King and Sarah Adams, On registration for military he listed dob as 3/27/1880; date on stone is 3/26/1880
Miss Alvina A. Schultz and Mr. Garbutt L. King, both of Reardan, were married on Sunday, Nov. 12th. [Citizen: 11-24-1911]

King, Joseph Howard (b. December 25, 1844 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England; d. August 20, 1909)
Check DOB - ancestry.com has 12/25/1849 and story below has 12/26/1840; stone has 12/25/1944
Block W1, Lot 50, Plot 3
J. H. King of Reardan, last Saturday, while alone and dressing a sore on his leg, broke an artery and bled to death. [Citizen; 8/27/1909]

 

*King, Leonard Charles (b. August 23, 1912; d. August 21, 1988 in Lincoln Co, WA)
Block A, Lot 34, Plot 4
S SGT US Army Air Corps World War II, USA AC WWII Ssgt, King, Leonard Charles. Died: 8-21-1988. Born: 8-23-1912. Spouse: Vivian Robertson. Father: Garbert Leonard King. Mother: Alvina Schultz. Burial: Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. [Lincoln County Health death card: 8-21-1988]

Leonard C. King, 75, died Sunday, August 21, 1988 at the Lincoln Nursing Home in Davenport where he had been a resident for the past seven months. A memorial service was held Tuesday, August 23, at the United Methodist Church in Reardan. Graveside service and burial followed at the Reardan Cemetery. Mr. King was born in Reardan on August 23, 1912 to Alvina Schultz King and Garbutt King. He lived moved of his life in the Reardan area, graduating from Reardan High School in 1933. Following high school graduation, Mr. King worked as a furnace repairman until 1942 when he joined the Army Air Force. He served from 1942-1945, seeing action primarily in the South Pacific and achieving the rank of Staff Sargeant. He was wounded during his action in the second World War and received several recognition medals for his military service. Mr. King married Vera Faubian in 1940. She died in 1955. He married Vivian Robertson Triplett in 1957. Mr. King retired from the Reardan Grain Growers Association in 1978. He was a past member of the National Grange Association, past President of the Senior Citizen Association, a member of the Reardan Town Council and a member of the Reardan United Methodist Church Administrative Board. Mr. King was very interested in the growing of roses and remained an active member of a testing board for monitoring the growth and development of various species of roses. He is survived by his wife, Vivian at the home; one son, Robert King of Nine Mile Falls; four daughters, Janet King of Spokane, Lavina Anderson of Reardan, Virginia Zaagman and Bonnie Evans both of Spokane; 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services were directed by Strate Funeral Home of Davenport. [Davenport Times; 8/25/1988; p. 5]

King, Sarah (b. July 30, 1852 in Swaadlincote, Derby, England; d. March 24, 1908 in Reardan, WA) nee Adams
Block W1, Lot 50, Plot 5
Married on August 3, 1874 at Swaadlincote, Derby, England to Joseph King

King, Vera Audrey (b. March 28, 1918 in Lewiston, Montana; d. November 19, 1955) nee Faubion?
Block A, Lot 34, Plot 5
King, Vera Audrey. Died about 11-19-1955. Birth: 3-28-1918 at Lewiston, MT. Married: Leonard C. King. Father: Clifford Faubion. Mother: Sue Elliott. Buried: Reardan, WA. [Lincoln Co Health Death Card: 11-19-1955]

King, Walter Howard (b. December 11, 1867; d. May 26, 1915)
Block E1, Lot 38, Plot 4
"Gone but not forgotten", Son of Joseph Howard King and Sarah Adams, married in October 16, 1901 to Emma M. Adams
[Emma then married Gustave Finrow on 8/18/1916 in Spokane; he was widowed in 1915]

Kingery, June Laura (b. July 26, 1924; d. October 12, 1971)
Block A, Lot 25, Plot 1Shares stone with John C. Kingery (b. 1909) still living   379-24-7227  

 Death Takes June Kingery.  June Kingery died suddenly October 12 at her home at the Reardan Trailer Court. Mrs. Kingery was born July 16, 1924 in Detroit, Michigan. She attended school at Ferndale, Michigan where she graduated from high school. She was married to John Kingery April 17, 1948. During World War II Mrs. Kingery was a government inspector at an auto plant in Detroit. She moved with her family to Reardan in late 1970. She is survived by four children: Richard in the military service in Virginia, Arthur and Robert at the home and a daughter, Sue Laughlin. Graveside services for Mrs. Kingery were held Saturday at the Reardan Cemetery with the Rev. Philip Falk officiating. [Davenport Times; 10/28/1971; p. 5]

Kinservik, Rudolph Johannus (b. February 28, 1906; d. January 7, 1980 in Reardan, WA)
Block A, Lot 49, Plot 6
   (Rudy) Passed away Jan. 7, 1980 in Reardan, WA. His home, Reardan, WA. Survived by his wife, Ida B. Kinservik, at the home; three sons, Douglas D. Kinservik, Bountiful, UT; James A. Kinservik, Creston, WA; Gary D. Kinservik, Reardan, WA; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia A. Plummer, Reardan, WA; Joan E. Sumner, Cheyenne, WY; one brother, Henry Kinservik, Springfield, MN; two sisters, Mrs. Ina Mee, Newport, WA; Mrs. Martha Gralum, Fargo, ND; 16 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. Family graveside services Wednesday, Jan. 9, 1980 at the Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Rev. Dale Cockrum officiating. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Assoc., NE Chapter, S11 Washington, Spokane, WA 99204. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA in charge. [From "Obituaries in Spokane Washington Newspapers, 1980" page 5 at the Downtown Spokane Library; GEN 979.737 OBITUAR 1980]

Klatt, Helen D. (b. March 4, 1912; d. March 17, 1993 in Spokane, WA)
Block E1, Lot 30, Plot 4
"Always Loving, Always Loved"

Klawunder, Emile S. (b. August 11, 1848; d. January 6, 1919) nee Mache
Block E2, Lot 24, Plot 1
First name may be Emelia/Amelia, married about 1868 to Frederick Klawunder

Klawunder, Emma E. (b. 1888; d. 1914)
Block E2, Lot 24, Plot 5

Klawunder, Frederick C. (b. December 17, 1835; d. November 30, 1910)
Block E2, Lot 24, Plot 4
Or Fredrick; Name on ship list is Friedrich, married about 1868 to E. Mache

Klawunder, Waldemar (b. January 18, 1879; d. May 13, 1906 in Reardan, WA)
Block E2, Lot 24, Plot 6
"Son of F. & E. Klawunder"
27-year-old single white male, died in Reardan of cancer of the bowel; foreign birth; lived in Reardan; farmer; father: F. Klawunder, foreign birth; mother: A. Mache, foreign birth; informant: H.J. Dean [Registration of Deaths in Lincoln Co, WA]

Koeller, Dale David (b. November 3, 1917; d. June 24, 2002) ashes
Block E2, Lot 40, Plot 2
Shares stone with Janet M., "Dad", married on July 8, 1950 in Davenport to Janet Marie Olson

Koeller, Dorothy (b. 1889; d. 1926)
Block E2, Lot 40 Plot 3
"Mother", "At Rest"

Koeller, Dorthy (b. April 9, 1956; d. April 9, 1956)
Block E2, Lot 40, Plot 6
Temp stone only, may be Dorothy, daughter of Dale & Janet

Koeller, Edwin G. (b. 1887; d. 1921)
Block E2, Lot 41, Plot 5
No dates on stone - only name - buried next to Maria & William

Koeller, Eugene (b. 1914; d. 1917)
Block E2, Lot 40, Plot 4
Temp stone only

Koeller, Janet Marie (b. April 30, 1930 in Spokane, WA; d. April 14, 1991 in Davenport, WA) nee Olson
Block E2, Lot 40, Plot 2
Shares stone with Dale D., "Mom", death date may be January 13, 1990, or January 12, 1991,

Service for longtime Reardan librarian Janet Marie (Olson) Koeller will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow (Friday) at Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport, with the Rev. Philip Falk officiating. Interment will precede the service at the Reardan cemetery. Mrs. Koeller passed away Jan. 14 in Davenport. Born in Spokane on April 30, 1930, she attended Davenport schools graduating in 1948. She attended Pacific Lutheran College for two years and married Dale Koeller July 8, 1950. Librarian in Reardan for 25 years, Mrs. Koeller enjoyed working with children of all ages and always had a summer reading program. She also worked as a certified nurses aide at Lincoln Hospital for 19 years, a job she enjoyed very much. A 4-H Club member in her youth, Mrs. Koeller was a leader for several years. It was in 4-H that she completed her wedding ensemble. She was a member of Emmanual Lutheran Church and Rainbow Girls, both in Reardan, and was past president of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Koeller was involved in other community work as well. At home, she enjoyed tending to her flower garden. Mrs. Koeller is survived by her husband Dale of 40 years; son Larry and daughter-in-law Sue Koeller of Pendleton, Ore.; daughter Shirley and son-in-law David Wesley of North Powder, Ore.; six grandchildren; mother Lea Olson, and brothers Dale and Jerry Olson, all of Davenport; and a sister, Mary Schultz of Tacoma. Memorials may be made to the Reardan Library or to the charity of one’s choice. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport is handling the arrangements. [Davenport Times; January 17, 1991]

Koeller, Maria (b. August 31, 1865; d. February 20, 1945)
Block E2, Lot 41, Plot 3
Shares stone with William

Koeller, William F. (b. August 20, 1860; d. May 31, 1943)
Block E2, Lot 41, Plot 4
Shares stone with Maria

Kramer, C.A. (b. 1870 in Germany; d. August 8, 1945)
Block W2, Lot 15, Plot 4
Came to US in 1894; became citizen in 1908; was married to a woman named Mina; no marriage record found

Krupke, Alfred E. (b. January 23, 1902 in Painsville, MN; d. August 12, 1995)
Block W1, Lot 4A, Plot 5
Married on June 29, 1929 at Albion, Whitman, WA to Marguerite Henry, Son of Herman Krupke and Amelia Brechlene   

Alfred E. Krupke, 93, died Saturday, Aug. 12, in Spokane. He had lived in Spokane in recent years, but was formerly of the Davenport-Reardan area. Mr. Krupke was born on Jan. 23, 1902 in Paynesville, Minn., to Herman E. and Emelie (Brechlin) Krupke. In 1911, his family moved to the Reardan-Davenport area, where he farmed most of his life. He married Marguerite Henry on June 29, 1929, in Albion, Wash. Mr. Krupke is survived by three brothers, Erick Krupke, Eldred Krupke and his wife Madge, and Earl Krupke and his wife Mertus, all of Spokane; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marguerite, in 1988. Funeral service was held on Wednesday, Aug. 16, at 11 a.m. at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, with Pastor Herb Parrish officiating. Interment was at Reardan Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Reardan United Methodist Church. [Davenport Times; 8/10/1995; p. 8]

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Krupke, Earl W. (b. June 15, 1909; d. July 4, 2000)
Block W1, Lot 3A, Plot 6
Married on September 3, 1931 to Murtis Jackson  

 "Davenport.—Memorial services for Earl W. Krupke, 91, were Saturday, July 8, at the Strate Funeral Home in Davenport.  Mr. Krupke, a lifelong resident of the Reardan area until his 1979 move into Spokane, died Tuesday, July 4, at his Spokane home.  Born at Denney Station near Reardan in 1909, he grew up in the Reardan-Mondovi area and graduated in 1928 from Reardan High School.  He farmed in the Mondovi  area for more than 60 years. He was a lifelong member of the Reardan United Methodist Church formerly known as the Evangelical United Brethren Church. He helped construct that church and the Newman Lake EUB Church Camp. Before his move into Spokane he was an active member of theWashington Association of Wheat Growers, the Spring Creek Grange and the Lions Club.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Herman and Emilie Krupke; seven brothers and sisters, Elsie Goebel, Amanda Travis, Arno Krupke, Erick Krupke, Rose Ensminger, Alfred Krupke and Eldred Krupke. He leaves his wife of 68 years, Murtis Jackson Krupke, at the Spokane home; a son, Leslie and Judy Krupke of Richland; a daughter, Cheryl and Rob Liljenberg of Spokane; five grandchildren, Dawn Krupke, Matt Krupke, Shelley Swanson, Shannon Depew, and Shawna Swanson; and a great grandson, Zachary Wright.” ( Davenport Times: 7-13-2000) (b. Jan 24, 1927, in Spokane, Spokane, WA; d. Jun 07, 2008, in Spokane, Spokane, WA) by Marge Womach

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*Krupke, Gordon Erick (b. Jan 24, 1927 in Spokane, Spokane, WA; d. Jun 07, 2008, in Spokane, Spokane, WA) 

 Block A, Lot l03, Plot 3   

  (age 81) Gordon was a lifetime member of the Reardan Community. He was born on January 24, 1927 to Erick and Helen Harmon Krupke in Spokane, WA, rasied (sic) in the Mondovi area, and graduated from Reardan High School in 1945. He joined the Navy that year and served as a Pharmacist’s Mate Third Class in the US Navy until the end of WWII. He married Mary Jane Grossman, who survives him, on April 17, 60 years ago. They started by wheat farming in the Reardan area and continued to farm until his retirement in 1992. A 30-year member of the Reardan Lions Club and a past president of that organization, member of the Reardan School Board for 12 years,  60-year member and past Master of Spring Creek Grange #951 and a 7th degree member of The National Grange, president of the Reardan Grain Growers board, 1973-1986. Awarded the Golden Acorn by the local PTA for community service and was the community Santa Claus for many years, enjoyed singing Spokane Melody Singers. But, the most important organization that he belonged to was the Reardan United Methodist Church. His faith in God and quiet leadership were an inspiration to many. 20 winters were spent on the island of Kauai. Survived by his wife Mary Jane, daughter Gail and Dean Daniels, son Stephen and Cheryl Krupke; grandchildren Joseph and Sara Holwegner, Jacqueline and Beau Hedrich, Nathaniel Krupke, Lindsay Krupke, Chad and Cami Daniels, and Craig Daniels; great-grandchildren Carson and Emma Holwegner, Benjamin Hedrick, David and Ryan Daniels; brother Carroll and Carolyn Krupke; brothers-in-law George Grossman of Ellensberg, and Robert and Charleigh Grossman of Camano Island; Auntie Lila Adrian of Tempe, Arizona; one niece, several nephews, and numerous cousins. A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday June 12 at 2 pm at the Reardan United Methodist Church with Pastor Larry Anderson officiating. Memorials can be made to the Reardan United Methodist Church, Reardan Fire and Rescue, or charity of your choice. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA is caring for the family. [Spokesman Review; 6/11/2008; p.C8]

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Krupke, Harold E.  (Nov 03, 1932 in Edwall, Lincoln, WA; d. May 02, 2008 in Spokane, Spokane, WA)                                   
Block A, Lot 102, Plot 3    

(Age 75) Passed away May 2, 2008 at Sacred Heart Medical Center surrounded by his the love and prayers of family. He is survived his wife of 57 years Helen Krupke at the home, six children Eugene (JoAnne) Krupke of Edwall, WA, Susan (Dave) Hepton, Lynne Cordier, Rick Krupke, all of Spokane, WA, Jan (Tim) McCanna of Yakima, WA and Teresa (Monty) Lindbloom of Edwall, WA. He has 16 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren along with one brother, Russell (Yvonne) Krupke of Spokane, WA and sister Hazel Scholer of Reardan, WA along with numerous nieces and nephews and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents Arno and Marie Krupke, sister Gladys Michael, son in law George Cordier. He was a 1950 Reardan HS graduate, farmed in the Reardan and Edwall area, his passion was raising thoroughbred race horses. He received the Breeders award in 2004 and 2006, he also raised and breed several champion shorthorn bulls. A celebration of Life Memorial Services will be held on Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at 1:00 pm at the Reardan Methodist church, Pastor Carolyn Krupke, officiating. Mr. Krupke will lie-in-state at the Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA on Tuesday, May 6, 2008 from 5-7 pm. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA is caring for the family. [Spokesman Review; 5/5/2008]  

Krupke, Marguerite Cora (b. December 8, 1909; d. December 8, 1988 in Davenport, WA) nee Henry
Block W1, Lot 4A, Plot 4
   Married on June 29, 1929 at Albion, Whitman, WA to Alfred Krupke, Daughter of Eli K. Henry & Sophia Berry
Passed away December 8, 1988 in Davenport, WA. Her home, Davenport, WA. Survived by her husband, Alfred Krupke, at the home; numerous nieces and nephews. Member of United Methodist Church and Womens Group, both of Reardan, WA. 1927 Reardan High School Graduate. Funeral Service, Tuesday, December 13, 1988 at 11 am Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Rev. Eric Starr and Rev. Tom Telfer, officiating. Interment, Reardan Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Lincoln County Cancer Society, c/o Mrs. Russell Krupke, Box 248, Davenport, WA 99122. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, in charge. [Spokesman Review; 12/10/1988]
  “Margurrite C. Krupke died Dec 8, 1988 in Davenport. She was 79.  Mrs. Krupke was born Dec 8, 1909 in Milton-Freewater,Oregon. Mrs. Krupke was a homemaker. She was a 1927 graduate of Reardan High School.  She was a member of the Reardan United Methodist Church and its women’s groups. Survivors include her husband, Alfred Krupke of Davenport.  Services were held Dec 13 in the chapel of the Strate Funeral Home, Davenport. Rev Eric Stam and Tom Telfer officiated. Burial was in the Reardan Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home was in charge.” submitted by Marge Womach (Davenport Times:  12-22-1988)

Kurtz, Joseph (b. about 1869 in MO; d. April 8, 1897 in Reardan, WA)
Block W1, Lot 46, Plot 6
Kurtz, Joseph. Died: April 8, 1897 at Reardan. Age: 28, born: MO. Cause: Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Residence: Reardan. Married. Father: Joseph Kurtz, born Germany. Mother: Pauline ____, born Germany. {Edit: Buried in Reardan Cemetery with probable erroneous death date of 1892} [Lincoln Co Auditor: 4-08-1897]

Kurtz, Olga E. (b. September 21, 1908; d. September 11, 1965) nee Larsen
Block W1, Lot 46, Plot 4
"In Loving Memory", married on March 7, 1936 to Raymond E. Kurtz

*Kurtz, Raymond E. (b. February 16, 1893; d. June 13, 1974)
Block W1, Lot 46, Plot 3
"US Army", married on March 7, 1936 to Olga E. Larson

Lair, Nancy Ellen (b. October 7, 1857 in NY or KY; d. December 28, 1936 in Reardan, WA) nee McNees
Block W1, Lot 30, Plot 1
Married Albert Augusta Lair

Landreth, Infant Daughter (b. __; d. 1927)
Block W2, Lot 49, Plot 1
Daughter of Milton & Mabel Landreth

Landt, Baby Boy (b. __; d. 1937)
Block E1, Lot 36, Plot 2
Buried next to Ellwood and Mildred

Landt, Baby Girl (b. ___; d. 1928)
Block E1, Lot 36, Plot 1
Buried next to Ellwood and Mildred

Landt, Fred (b. February 5, 1868; d. April 5, 1938)
Block W2, Lot 20, Plot 4
"A light from our household is gone, A voice we loved is stilled, A place is vacant in our hearts, That never can be filled", Stone is illegible

Landt, L. Ellwood (b. 1900 in WA; d. 1962)
Block E1, Lot 36, Plot 4
Married Mildred Lena Pulliam

Landt, Mary E. (b. October 1862; d. March 25, 1906 at Reardan, WA)
Block W2, Lot 20, Plot 3
DOB on stone, but cannot read, Saying on stone, but cannot read
   Mrs. Fred Landt, who was taken sick last Friday, died rather suddenly on Sunday, to the surprise and regret of a host of friends in Reardan and vicinity. The funeral services were held at the Lutheran Church on Tuesday. [Gazette. LCT; 4/6/1906]
Landt, Mary E. Lincoln County probate file #875 was filed on April 30, 1906 showing the death of Mary E. Landt on March 25, 1906 at Reardan. The petitioner was Fred Landt. Property was owned in 1-25-1939 as well as in Spokane County. [probate notes: 3-25-1906]
43-year-old married white female, died in Reardan of septicemia; foreign birth; lived in Reardan

Landt, Mildred Lena (b. August 30, 1898 in St. Andrews, Douglas, WA; d. 1954) nee Pulliam
Block E1, Lot 36, Plot 3
Married L. Ellwood Landt

Lane, Richard (b. August 13, 1835; d. November 3, 1913)
Block W2, Lot 38, Plot 6
Saying on stone, but cannot read; “ Richard Lane . Died: 5 Nov 1913, age 78, Reardan, Lincoln Co, WA. Father: Robert Lane . Mother: Harriet Schott. Batch id # 284208.” (WA State Death Records) Submitted by Marge Womach

Langfeldt, Erwin E. (b. March 23, 1920; d. July 20, 1967 in Spokane, WA)
Block W2, Lot 10, Plot 2

Langfeldt, Lynn S. (b. August 18, 1945; d. December 21, 1971 in Spokane, WA)
Block W2, Lot 10, Plot 4
  

"Lynn Sherman Langfeldt.—His home, Reardan, WA. Son of Bernadine Langfeldt, at the home; brother of Mrs Dennis (Paula) Heimbigner, Columbus, GA; Pamela Langfeldt, at the home; grandson of Mrs Edna Curry, Richmond, VA; Mrs Louise Langfeldt, Neillsville, WI; several aunts, uncles and cousins. A member of the Reardan Presbyterian Church. Former explorer leader of Troop No 82, Reardan , WA ; member of Cystic Fibrosis Association. Memorial services Friday, Dec 24 at 11 a.m. from the Reardan Presbyterian Church, Reardan, WA, The Rev Philip Falk officiating. Burial Reardan Cemetery . The Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home is in charge.” (Spokesman Review: 12-23-1971)

Langfeldt, Myrna E. (b. 1953; d. November 10, 1966 in Spokane, WA)
Block W2, Lot 10, Block 1

Lanman, Ida L. (b. 1890 in WA; d. 1956)
Block A, Lot 27, Plot 1

Lathrom, Bonnie Rae (b. October 11, 1942; d. October 1942)
Block E1, Lot 5, Plot 1
There was an "infant Lathrom" b. & d. 10/23/1942 in Spokane

Lathrom, Dow Lorenzo (b. January 5, 1897 in Rayborn, MO; d. 1924)
Block E1, Lot 5, Plot 2
Son of Sarah & Stephen, Draft card has dob as 1/5/1896, "At Rest"

*Lathrom, Roy Lawrence (b. June 16, 1893 in MO; d. November 1963)
Block E1, Lot 5, Plot 5
Son of Sarah & Stephen, "ENG2 US Navy World War I"

Lathrom, Sarah A. (b. September 1858 in TN; d. 1930 in Spokane, WA)
Block E1, Lot 5, Plot 3
Married about 1879 to Stephen Lathrom
   Mrs. S.W. Lathrom passed away in a Spokane hospital Monday evening after a short illness with pneumonia. Mrs. Lathrom was 71 years old and was widely known, having lived for many years in the Reardan country. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, Steve; one daughter, Mrs. William Gott of Oregon; four sons, Walter of Coeur d'Alene; Ben and Roy of Reardan; Fred of Copeland, Idaho; one brother and three sisters in the east. The funeral services are to be held from the Evangelical Church at 10:30 a.m. this morning. Rev. Hunsburger will officiate and interment will be in the local cemetery. [Reardan Gazette: 1-30-1930]

Lathrom, Stephen W. (b. May 1858 in MO; d. 1935)
Block E1, Lot 5, Plot 4
Married about 1879 to Sarah, "Father"
  Son of Alexander Lathrom and Peggy Ellis;  

Final rites for Stephen Lathrom of Reardan will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Evangelical church at Reardan with the Rev. Mr. Abel officiating. Interment will be at Reardan. Mr. Lathrom, who was 77, died Wednesday in a Spokane hospital. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. W.M. Gott of Wamic, Ore.; three sons, Ben of Tacoma, Fred of Bonners Ferry, and Roy of Reardan. [Spokane Daily Chronicle; May 10, 1935; p.3]

Leck, Bertha M. (b. September 1, 1889 in IA; d. July 15, 1924 in Worley, ID)
Block E1, Lot 40, Plot 3
Daughter of William & Nancy Leck. “Bertha Leak. Died: 15 July 1924, age 34 yrs 10 mos 14 days, Worley, Kootenai, Idaho. Father: William Leak, born Germany. Mother: Nancy Moore, born IL. Birth: 1 Sept 1889, Iowa. Single. Occupation: Trained Nurse. Residence: Spokane, WA. Informant: Ed Leck, Reardan, Washington. Cause of death: Suicide, throat cut. Burial Date: 16 July 1924, Spokane (sic), WA. Undertaker: R B (not legible), Coeur d’Alene.” (Idaho Death Certificates: 1911-1937; Kootenai Co, City of Worley.)

Leck, Nancy J; (added)

“The final report of W H Padley as executor of the estate of Nancy J Leck of Reardan has been approved, and the $26,290.00 estate was ordered distributed to two daughters and three sons of Mrs Leck.” (Citizen: 5-11-1945)  “Nancy Jane Leck. Died: 8 Feb 1944, Los Angeles, CA. Birth: 15 June 1859, IL. Father: Moore. Mother: Knapp.” (CA Death Index) “Leck. Birth: 14 Feb 1888, Sheridan Twp, Scott Co, Iowa. Father: William Leck. Mother: Nancy Moore Leck.” (Iowa County Births: 1880-1935) “The final report of W H Padley as executor of the estate of Nancy J Leck of Reardan has been approved, and the $26,290.00 estate was ordered distributed to two daughters and three sons of Mrs Leck.” (Citizen: 5-11-1945) “Nellie Leck. Birth: 4 April 1894. Died: Jan 1985, age 91, CA. Mother: Moore.” (CA Death Index) “Edward W Leck. Birth: 2-12-1892, WA. Died: 5-22-1974, San Diego, CA.” (CA Death Index) {Nancy Leck is on the 1940 CA Census with her daughter Nellie.)

Leck, William F. (b. April 1863 in Germany; d. 1914)
Block E1, Lot 40, Plot 6
"Father", married about 1887 to Nancy Jane Moore.  “William Leck. Died: 10 June 1914, aged 51 yrs 2 mos 8 days. Father: Henry Leck.” (WA State Death Certificates: 1907-1960)

Leipper, John (b. 1893; d. 1933)
Block W2, Lot 12, Plot 1

Linscott [no marker]
Block E1, Lot 19, Plot 1

Litton, Allison Monroe (Allie) (b. July 9, 1877 in Kansas; d. March 22, 1965)
Block A, Lot 9, Plot 4
Son of James & Eva Litton
  

 His home Reardan, Wn. Survived by 2 brothers, Harry Litton, Needles, Calif., and Bruce Lytton, Bellingham, Wn. Graveside funeral service Thurs., Mar. 25 at 1:30 pm at the Reardan, Wn, Cemetery. Rev. V. T. Speece officiating. The Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, Wash. in charge of arrangements. (Spokesman Review; 3/25/1965; p.15)

Logsdon, Christa Lee (b. September 20, 1931; d. April 3, 1997)
Block A, Lot 80, Plot 5
"Beloved Wife", "We lived together in happiness, we rest together in peace"

Long, Anna G. (b. August 14, 1915 in Moorland, IA; d. August 7, 2003)
Block A, Lot 72, Plot 2
Shares stone with Ronald
   Funeral for Anna G. Long, 87, will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, Wash., is in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Long, who was born in Moorland, Iowa, died Thursday. She was a resident of Reardan for 32 years. She was a homemaker and was a member of the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan, and enjoyed quilting. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ronald. Survivors include a son, Darwin Long of Cheney; a brother, Marion Dosland; six grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and numerous step grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan. [From Spokesman Review, August 12, 2003]  “Reardan.—Funeral for Anna G Long, 87, a Reardan resident, took place Wednesday, Aug 13, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Reardan, with Pastor Dave Kappus officiating. Interment followed at Reardan Cemetery . Mrs Long died Aug 7 in Spokane . Born Aug 14, 1915, in Moorland, Iowa, she moved to Reardan in 1971. She belonged to Emmanuel Lutheran Church and was noted for quilts she designed and made. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ronald, and a son, Gerald. She leaves a son, Darwin (and Michaela) Long of Cheney; six grandchildren: Ronald (and Bonnie) Long, Steven (and Angela) Long, Deborah (and Kevin) Olson, Dwayne Long, Daryl (and Courtney) Long and Michelle (and Patrick) Myers; 12 great grandchildren; a brother, Marion (and Genevive) Dosland; a former daughter-in-law, Jexis Whaley; numerous nieces and step-grandchildren. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport directed services.” ( Davenport Times: 8-14-2003)

Long, Ronald Earl (Shorty) (b. April 28, 1910; d. August 13, 1986 in Davenport, WA)
Block A, Lot 72, Plot 2
Shares stone with Anna, "Shorty"
   (Shorty) Passed away August 13, 1986 in Davenport, WA. His home, Reardan, WA. Survived by his wife, Anna G. Long, at the home; two sons, Gerald D. Long, Spokane, Darwin L. Long, Reardan, WA; six grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Owner and Operator Long's Service Station, Reardan, WA. Funeral Service, Saturday, August 16, 1986, at 11 am, Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, Pastor Philip Falk, officiating. Interment, Reardan Cemetery, Reardan, WA. Memorials may be made to Inland Empire Chapter, Multiple Sclerosis Society, c/o Mrs. Lawrence Peterson, Edwall, WA 99008 or Lincoln Hospital Memorial Fund, Davenport, WA 99122. [Spokesman Review 8/13/1986]

Lutzhoft, Anna M. (b. June 9, 1870 in Germany; d. May 2, 1963) nee Larson
Block E2, Lot 45, Plot 4
Married about 1887 to August Lutzhoft, Anna's sister was Bangta Wiese; 

"Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Lutzhoft was held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church with Rev Gottlieb Schmitt officiating. Burial was in Reardan Cemetery . Anna Margaret Wiese was born in Burg, Germany , June 9, 1870.  She emigrated with her mother and two sisters to America in 1883. Her father having preceded his family to America in 1880 had a log cabin prepared for them on his homestead southeast of Reardan.  She was married to August Lutzhoft on Feb 10, 1887. They lived on a homestead northeast of Reardan until the fall of 1889, when Mr. Lutzhoft started a hardware store in Reardan.  She was confirmed in the Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Reardan in 1892.  She has lived alone in her own home since her husband passed away in 1931. She passed away May 2, 1963. Mrs. Lutzhoft was an aunt to Walter Wendlandt and a great aunt to Mrs. Jack (Evelyn) Freeze of Otis Orchards.  Soloist was Mrs. Earl Williams, organist was Mrs. Donald Naff. Pall bearers were Otto Mahrt, Emil Stuhlmiller, Arthur Carstens, John Brommer, Herman Brommer, Emil Wegner.  Those coming from a distance for her last rites were Rev Karl Ufer, Pullman ; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wendlandt, Tacoma ; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown, Cashmere ; Mr. Warren Wendlandt, Larson AFB.” (Davenport Times: 5-09-1963; contributed by Marge Womach)

Lutzhoft, August (b. May 25, 1853 in Germany; d. August 18, 1931)
Block E2, Lot 45, Plot 5
Married about 1887 to Anna Larson

Lutzhoft, Jacob C. (b. March 1856 in Germany; d. 1928 in Sacramento, CA)
Block E2, Lot 33, Plot 4
"At Rest", dob may be March 1857, married Dora C. Hartwigsen

Lutzhoft, Johny A. (b. November 22, 1905; d. December 25, 1916)
Block E2, Lot 33, Plot 1
"Son of J&D Lutzhoft", "gone but not forgotten"

Lyons, Joy (b. 1936; d. 1961)
Block E1, Lot 37, Plot 1
Buried next to Emma & William Hobart

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 Reardan Cemetery and Obituaries of Reardan, Washington submitted 

by Sandra Brommer to the Lincoln County WAGenWeb, January 2008.

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