Mt. View Cemetery
Names Beginning with "U"

Name Dates Memo
Ulman, Mattie Ann 1875
Mattie Ann Hopper was born in December 1871 in Tennessee to Elizabeth [Edwards] and Daniel D. Hopper. On March 8, 1893, Mattie Hopper married Frank R. Streeter in Klickitat County. In the 1900 census, she and Frank were living in the Canyon Precinct of Klickitat County with their sons Guy (b.Dec. 1893) and Niva (b. June 1899) and their daughter Frances (b. May 1897). In the 1910 census in Klickitat County, Mattie is listed as widowed, so Frank died some time before 1910. Several years after Frank's death, Mattie married Ulysses J. Ulman. Mattie passed away at the age of 82 on June 6, 1956 in Spokane, Spokane County, WA. She is buried in Plot: Block 74 Lot 4.
[Researcher Note: There is a child buried in this cemetery by the name of Ralph Streeter who was born May 20, 1901 and died June 5, 1902. He is the son of F. R. & M.A. Streeter. I believe that Mattie is most likely the mother of this child. Resources utilized: WA State Archives, US Census 1900 (the writing is written over, so the "Frank" is hard to see and may be transcribed improperly. In the 1910 census, Mattie is widowed and living with her three children, Guy, Francis and Niva. 1930 Census: Mattie and Ulysses were living in Wabasha County, Minnesota and are owners of a fox ranch. In the 1940 Census: Mattie and Ulysses Ulman are living in Goldendale and are proprietors of a fox farm.]
Ulman, U. L.   [Researcher note: I can find no records of a U.L. Ulman in census records, death records or elsewhere in Klickitat County. The only Ulmans that I find are Ulyssis J and Mattie Ann Ulman and a Karl Ulman in White Salmon. This Ulman is buried in Plot: Bock 74. My curiosity is whether this is a duplicate of Ulyssis J., where someone inadvertently wrote U.L. instead of U.J. If anyone has clarification, please write to the GenWeb Coordinator.]
Ulman, Ulyssis J. 1864
Ulyssis J. Ulman was born in 1864. He was married to Mattie (Hopper - Streeter). Ulysses passed away on February 15, 1946 in Medical Lake, Spokane County, WA at the age of 80. He is buried in Plot: Block 74 Lot 4
[Researcher Note: In the 1930 census, Ulysses/Ulyssis is listed as born in Ohio. In the 1940 census, he is listed as born in Oklahoma.]
Umlauf, Gerhard Michael 02-14-1914
Gerhard Michael Unlauf was born on February 14, 1914 in Minnesota to Tekla Selma [Hieber] and Herman R. Umlauf. He enlisted in the US Army during WWII on September 24, 1942, and he served until November 4, 1945. He married Berneith Vivian [May] on May 12, 1946 in Klickitat County. Gerhard passed away November 6, 1982 in Multnomah County, Oregon. He is buried in Plot: Block V Lot 3 Space 2.
[Researcher Sources: (WA Marriage Records; Oregon Death Index; Soc Sec Death Index; 1930 & 1940 US Censuses; WWI Army Enlistment Records; US Veterans Affairs Death File]
Umlauf, Herman 03-20-1872
Herman Umlauf was born in Germany on March 20, 1872 to Josepha [Frank] and Joseph Umlauf. He married Tekla "Selma" Hieber. Herman died at the age of 84 on September 27, 1956 in Goldendale.   Plot: 8th Street, Lot 7  
[WA State Digital Archives - Death Records; 1930 & 1940 Censuses; US Index to Alien Case Files at the National Archives]
Umlauf, Herman R. (Jr) 09-29-1911
Herman R. Umlauf, Jr. was born in Minnesota on September 29, 1911 to Tekla Selma [Hieber] and Herman R. Umlauf. On November 25, 1936, Herman married Marguerite Spalding in Goldendale. He passed away on May 25, 1952 in Portland, Oregon and is buried on 2nd Street, Lot 16.  
[Researcher Sources: WA State Digital Archives (Marriage Records); (1930 & 1940 US Censuses; Oregon Death Index]
Umlauf, Tekla Selma 1875
Tekla Selma [Hieber] Umlauf was born in 1875 in Germany to Wilhelmina [Tegner] and Hans G. Hieber. (She appears to have primarily used the name "Selma".) Selma married Herman Umlauf. At the age of 70, Selma passed away on May 28, 1946 in Goldendale, WA. She is buried on 8th Street Lot 7 with her husband Herman Umlauf who died in 1956.
Unknown Male Found:
The Man's Body found in a shack... (See Col 1)   The remains of an unidentified man... (See Col 5)   This man's body was found on January 2, 1925 below Lyle at the Swan-Hammond spur on the S.P. & Railway track. He appeared to have frozen to death and was about 65 years of age.
Unknown Male abt 1866
White Male [WA Select Death Certificates estimates the birth of this Male was 1866. He died in Wishram, Klickitat, WA in August 1931. Cemetery records show a date of death (or possibly when he was found) of August 2, 1931. They specify that he was married; however, there is no name of the individual, his parents or his spouse.
Unknown Male abt 1919
*Negro M about 30 yrs. Row 1 Lot 29 Sp 1   [Note: On this information is available: The Washington Death Index cites that this man was about 30 years old, with an estimated birth year of 1919. He passed away on July 2, 1949 in Klickitat County. The name assigned to him is merely "Man".]
Unknown Male Found:
According to the WA State Death Records, An unknown male, age 55, was found on December 2, 1957 in Roosevelt, Klickitat, WA.] *Welfare burial
Unknown Male 1959 Block 100, Lot 3 (W Male)
[Research Question: Is it possible that this is James Pearl Powers who was initially an unknown transient who died in 1958? -- His record on this site, as well as on the findagrave site originally had his year of death identified as 1959.]
Uptmor, Betty Lorene 03-18-1925
Betty Lorene [Brokaw] Uptmor was born on March 18, 1925. She married Eugene Bradford on June 5, 1940 in Klickitat County. on May 30, 1950, Betty married Chester Warren Uptmor in Goldendale, Klickitat County -- (*See Note below). Betty passed away on September 18, 1981 in Klickitat County, WA. She is buried on 1st Street, Lot 22.
[Researcher Sources: Findagrave Memorial; (WA Marriage Records; 1940 US Census; WA Death Index; Soc Sec Death Index.   *Note: There is also a record of a Chester W. Uptmor marrying a Betty Bradford on April 28, 1948 in Shoshone County, Idaho in the Idaho Marriage Index. Note: Betty's parents are buried in the Holy Trinity Cemetery near Goldendale.]
Uptmor, Chester Warren 07-09-1922
Chester Warren Uptmore was born July 9, 1922 to Willa Mae [Gilstrap] and Frank Uptmor. Chester married Betty Lorene Brokaw on May 30, 1950 in Goldendale, Klickitat County -- (*See Note below). He passed away on September 15, 1988 in Wasco County, WA. He is buried on 1st Street, Lot 22
[Researcher Sources: Father's Obituary; (WA Marriage Certificate, Oregon Death Index; 1930 & 1940 US Censuses.   *Note: There is also a record of a Chester W. Uptmor marrying a Betty Bradford on April 28, 1948 in Shoshone County, Idaho in the Idaho Marriage Index.]
Upton, Phyllis A. 1940
Phyllis A. Upton passed away in Klickitat County on November 28, 1966. Her place of residence was Walla Walla, WA. She is buried in Plot: Block 2Y Lot 5 Space 3
[Researcher Sources: (Death Index)]
Urquhart, Alexander James 01-10-1893
Gravestone   Services Friday for A. Urquhart (column 4)   Hearts were saddened this week by the sudden death (column 1)   Alexander James Urquhart was born on January 10, 1893 in Cumberland, Wisconsin to Martha and Alexander Urquhart. He was married to Minnie [Kleinsmith] on March 17, 1917. The Urquhart family settled in Washington in 1938. Alexander passed away on January 20, 1958 at home in Wishram, Klickitat, WA at the age of 65. He is buried in Plot: Block H Lot 2 Sp 2.
[Researcher Sources: Obituary; (WA Deaths; 1930 & 1940 US Censuses; WWI & WWII Draft Registrations); WA State Digital Archives]
Urquhart, Minnie 1897-1974 Gravestone   Minnie Urquhart was born in 1897 in Wisconsin. She married Alexander James Urquhart. Alexander died in 1958 at their home in Wishram. Minnie passed away in 1974. She is buried in Block H Lot 2 Space 1
[Researcher Sources: Husband's Obituary; (1930 & 1940 US censuses).   Note: There was a Minnie Urquhart who passed away on May 1, 1974 in Vancouver, Clark County, WA; however, have not found a secondary reference to know that it was "this Minnie" absolutely. A family tree on cited Minnie's last name as Kleinsmith, and there was a Minnie Kleinsmith born on October 26 1897 in Wisconsin. However, this researcher could not find corroborating resources to verify, and it is mentioned here only as a possible tool for further research purposes.]