Submitted by Marge Womach 


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Neely, son of Wm, Feb 18, 1910

At Odessa, Feb 5th, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm U. Neely fell through a hole in the ice on the creek, where he was playing, and was carried beneath it where he was drowned before rescuers could recover his body. Physicians worked for two hours trying to resuscitate him but to no avail. The little fellow was five years old and the joy and pride of his parents. (Citizen)  


Newland, Joe, May 16, 1941

Joseph M. Newland, pioneer of this district, died at his home in Spokane, Monday (12th). Funeral services were held Thursday morning, May 15, from the Smith Funeral Home, and interment was in Fairmount Cemetery. Dr H. L. Caldwell officiated. (Citizen excerpt)


Newport, Georgia,  Aug 1, 1930

Georgia Newport, two year old adopted daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William Newport, was instantly killed at Downs when she was struck by a special Great Northern Passenger train during the noon hour Wednesday. The child had wandered away from home and was playing on the railroad crossing. Mr. Newport, who was working at the Otto Kramer ranch, was brought by automobile to Odessa, arriving before the train pulled in. He said that the child was a daughter of his wife’s sister, and that he and Mrs. Newport had adopted her when she was a tiny baby shortly after her mother’s death. The whereabouts of its father, Harley Watkins, is unknown. He made arrangements to have Georgia’s remains taken to Spokane to be buried beside those of her mother.—Odessa Record. (Citizen excerpt)  


Nipp, Ella M., Nov 2, 1911

Miss Ella M. Nipp, aged 20, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William Nipp of Coulee City, died in this city Sunday of tuberculosis following a severe attack of pneumonia contracted about one year ago. The young lady was brought to Davenport by her parents to receive treatment, but her condition was beyond relief. The remains were shipped to Hartline for burial Monday afternoon. (D Tribune)  


Nissen, Grace Huffman Feb 28, 1974

"Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Slater recently attended services in Spokane for Grace Huffman Nissen of Tacoma, who died Feb 13. She worked for many years for the county engineer and later for the extension office in Davenport." (Dav. Times: 2-28-1974)


Northrup, Rufus Glen, May 31, 1912

Rufus Glen Northrup died at his home in Northrup canyon, near Almira, May 17, 1912. (Citizen)  




Oakley, Mrs. Cyrilla B., Dec 7, 1967

(Notes) Funeral services for Mrs. Cyrilla B. Oakley (Overdorff) of Edwall, were held Wednesday, Dec 6, at Alwin Chapel in Spokane. Mrs. Oakley was born in 1886 at Johnstown, PA, and in 1909 married Leonard H. Oakley in Spokane. In 1939 they moved to Edwall. She is survived by her husband, two daughters…. Interment was at Riverside Memorial Park… (Dav Times)  




Parker, Horace, Apr 8, 1910

Horace Parker, a Sprague pioneer, aged 77 years, died March 26th. (Citizen)  


Partridge, J. W., Nov 19, 1920

After an illness of some three weeks, J. W. Partridge of Harrington died Monday in Sacred Heart hospital, following an operation for gall stones. Deceased was 65 years of age. He was born in Ohio and was the father of 11 children, three of whom died in childhood. His wife died four years ago and lies buried at Rockford, WA, where the deceased was taken for burial on Wednesday. Deceased is well-known here where 3 of his sons have made their home for several years. He is survived by the following: C. C. Partridge, C. O. and Emery Partridge, all of Harrington, Ernest Partridge of Rockford, WA; Mrs. Gladys Scarberry of Bend, OR; Mrs. Ollie Pettis of Spokane; Mrs. Maude Oliver of St Joe, MO; and Mrs. Goldie Edwards of Marysville, MO. (Citizen)  


Plaster, Albert C., Mar 5, 1931

The funeral services for Albert C. Plaster was held Saturday morning from the Evangelical church here with the Rev M. E Hunsberger officiating. Albert C. Plaster, 73, pioneer farmer, died at his home here Wednesday evening of apoplexy and Paralysis. Mr. Plaster was born in Poyton Co, IL, and in 1883 moved to Cheney…. In 1888 he was married to Luella Robinson. In 1899 the family moved here where they homesteaded 160 acres. … (D T & T)  


Pytcher, A. D., Feb 18, 1910

A. D. Pytcher, a former resident of the Lamona country, dropped dead on Riverside Avenue, Spokane, Thursday evening, Feb 10, 1910. He had sold out last fall and moved to Bonner’s Ferry, Idaho. (Citizen)  



Quirk, Johnnie., Apr 29, 1910

Johnnie, son of David Quirk, died at Govan, April 19, 1910, of kidney trouble. (Citizen)



Lincoln County, Washington obituaries submitted November, 2005

to the Lincoln County WAGenWeb by Marge Womach

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