Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  


                   submitted by Marge Womach 



Page Har through Hay

See cemetery introduction on page A 


Hard, Asa G:  (1845-1915);  d. 7-25-1915; Civil War; “Asa G Hard. Dated: Aug 7, 1915; Voucher #249, Amount: $50, funeral expense; Post #93.;  Mrs Emily Hard. Dated: Apr 22, 1915; Voucher #247; Amount: $30; Post #93.; Emily G Hard. May 1, 1916; $20. Widow of Asa.” (GAR Relief Application) “MI 1st Sgt. Co K 1st Regt. MI Cav.” (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hardin, Frank P:  (1851-1924);  “Frank P Hardin.  Died: March 26, 1924. Buried Davenport.” (Acacia Lodge Index) “Frank Hardin. Dated: March 1924.” (Presbyterian Ledger); “Frank P Hardin. Died: 26 March 1924, age 72, Davenport, Lincoln Co, WA. Father: John G Hardin. Mother: Lucinda Gallaher.”  (WA State Death Index);  " Hardin Funeral Was Held Friday, Old Friends Act as Pall Bearers-Odd Fellows Conduct Service. " The funeral of Frank P. Hardin, pioneer resident of the Larene district, was held from the Methodist church here Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. Rev W. L. Killian Officiating . Senator Charles E. Myers gave a eulogy of Mr. Hardin.  Music was furnished by Mrs. L. A. Cathcart, Mrs. A. A. Gaddy, Mrs. J. E. Fraser, Mrs. Margaret Schlicting, Fred W. Moe, and E. H. Paige, accompanied by Miss Mabel Inkster. Rev. C. A. Hodshire delivered the prayer.  Pall bearers were Senator Myers, Charles McKinnon, Charles VanSkiver, E. N. Imus, Charles Corbin and James Slater. The body was buried in Mountain View cemetery, the Odd Fellows lodge having charge of the services at the cemetery.  Mr. Hardin had been a member of the Odd Fellows lodge for 48 years.  He was also a Mason and Knight of Pythias.  Mr. Hardin died at his home near Larene Wednesday of last week, following a month's illness.  Mr. Hardin was born in Knox county, Tenn.  He came to this district in 1883 and took up a farm in the Larene district.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Julia Hardin, two daughters, Mrs. Ernest Minor and Mrs. Fred Jahns, Davenport and two sons, Richard M. Hardin Davenport and George Hardin, Kingston, Tenn.  Out of town people who attended the funeral included Mrs. Mag Bonners, Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. James Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tobler, Mrs. M. Tobler, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Will Hardin, John Smith, Colfax.  W. R. Gallaher, J. J. Gallaher, Mansfield." ( LCT Apr 3, 1924, Submitted by Barbara Curtis)


Hardin, Julia:  (1859-1927);  “Mrs Frank Hardin. Dated: Dec 7, 1927.” (Presbyterian Ledger); “Julia Hardin. Died: 5 Dec 1927, age 67, Davenport, Lincoln Co, WA. Father: Sam Browder. Mother: Mary Browder.” (WA State Death Index)


Hardin, Kenneth Paul:  (1910-1951); s/o Lola and Richard; “Kenneth Hardin. Died: June 1, 1951.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index); “Kenneth Hardin. Died: June 1951. Birth: 4-27-1910.”  (SS Death Index);


Hardin, Lola Putman:  (1890-1977); w/o Richard March Hardin; “Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at 11 a.m. for long time resident Mrs Lola Hardin.  Mrs Hardin was born in New Mexico on Nov 11, 1890 and died last Sunday morning at her home. As a child she had come with her parents through the Bridgeport, WA country and settled in the Hazlewood area, west of Spokane.  They later moved to Davenport, and on March 4, 1909, she was married to Richard Hardin. Mr and Mrs Hardin farmed north of town for many years, and retired to Davenport in 1956. Mr Hardin died in December, 1972.  Mrs Hardin was a member of the Davenport Presbyterian Church and had  been a charter member of the Larene Women’s Club, acting as treasurer of that organization for many years. Survivors include one sister, Floy Coffee of Las Vegas, NV; two brothers, Ed Putnam of Walla Walla, WA and Harold Burke of Falbrook, CA; two sons, William Hardin of Davenport, and Richard Hardin of Yakima. Eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren also survive as do numerous nieces and nephews. One son, Kenneth Hardin pre-deceased her in 1951.  The services, held at the Davenport Presbyterian Church will be conducted by the Strate Funeral Home, with the Rev Roger Muisiner officiating. Casket bearers include Harold Williams, Ken Jacobson, Robert Gunning, Earnest Beieler, Clifford Walker, and Vern Bumgarner. Soloist was Mrs Earl Davenport and organist was Mrs Jeanne Green.” (Davenport Times: 1-27-1977); 


Hardin, Richard Marsh:  (1887-1972);  “With the death of Richard Marsh Hardin Dec 20, a longtime resident passed from the Davenport scene. Hardin, who was born in Davenport July 17, 1887, spent his entire life in the area and was engaged in the wheat and cattle business throughout his working years.  March 4, 1909, he married Lola Putman in Spokane; they farmed north of Davenport until retirement in 1956 when they moved to Davenport.  He was a member of the Davenport Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife; two sons, William Hardin, Davenport; and M Richard Hardin, Wenatchee; one sister, Mae Jahns, Davenport; eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services were held under direction of the Strate Funeral Home, at the Presbyterian Church with the Rev Roger V Muisiner officiating.” (Dav. Times: 1-11-1973); 


Hardin, William F:  (1917-1979);  “Funeral services for William Hardin, 62, were held from the Davenport Presbyterian Church on Thursday, Dec 27 under the direction of the Strate Funeral Home with the Rev Roger V Muisiner officiating.  Hardin was born on April 18, 1917 on the Hardin ranch at Davenport and died Saturday, Dec 22 at his home in Davenport. Hardin completed six year of elementary school at the old Heid Country School and completed his secondary education at Davenport High School, graduating in 1934. He then attended Cheney Normal College for two years. He was employed by the Texaco Oil Co, in Chewelah for two years. Following this, he worked for the Lincoln County  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service as field man, draftsman and finally as manager.  He entered the US Army on Dec 29, 1943 and served in the Pacific Theatre of operations during WW II and was discharged in 1946, at which time he returned to the ASCS office as manager until 1954. From 1954 until 1956 he was associated with his father on the family farm and at the time of the retirement of his father, he assumed the manager ship of the farm. He was married to Margaret B Schultz on June 30, 1940 in Spokane.  Hardin was a member of the Davenport Presbyterian Church, the Community Grange, was a past commander of the Clinton S Brown, Post of the American Legion; was the first commander of the Jim M Gale Post 7480, VFW; was a  member of the Washington Cattlemen’s Association; the Washington Association of Wheat Growers; was a past director of the Davenport Union Warehouse and was a charter member of the past Active Club of Davenport. Survivors include his wife, Margaret Hardin of Davenport; two daughters, Gayle Smith of Mountlake Terrace, and Ann Hardin in Richland, WA; one son, Michael Hardin of Davenport; and three grandchildren. Also surviving is one brother, M R ‘Spud’ Hardin of Yakima, WA. Interment occurred at the Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport.” (Davenport Times: 12-27-1980)


Hardy, Edna Leona Schumaker:  (1917-1989);   “Edna Leona Hardy of Davenport died Dec 3, 1989. She was 72.  Mrs Hardy was born Nov 16, 1917 in Schragg to August and Adeline Schumaker. She was a graduate of Lind High School and had hoped to be a beautician. Riding horses was one of her favorite past times. She married Robert Hardy Nov 24, 1938 in Ritzville. The couple celebrated its 51st wedding anniversary last month. The couple made its first home in Rocklyn where they farmed with Bob’s father and brothers. In 1960, the Hardys sold their Rocklyn wheat ranch and moved to Harrington where they continued farming until their retirement in 1987. They then moved to Davenport.  Mrs Hardy was a member of the Davenport Assembly of God Church where she played the accordion with the orchestra, served as a Sunday school teacher, Women’s Missionary officer and Sunday school secretary/treasurer. Survivors include her husband, Robert, of Davenport; a son, Larry Hardy of Tenton; a daughter, Linda Eastham of Medical Lake; her mother, Adeline Schumaker of Ritzville; four sisters, Gerri Manke and Betty Schuler of Ritzville, Doris Shaw of Spokane, and Rosemary Morlan of Omaha, NE; one brother, Herbert Schumaker of Ritzville, six grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Services were held Dec 8 in the Davenport Assembly of God Church with Rev Rob Shipley officiating. Interment was in Davenport’s Mountain View Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home was in charge.”  (Dav. Times:  12-14-1989) 


Hardy, Milton R:  (1921-1995); “Longtime area resident Milton R Hardy went home to be with the Lord on Feb 9.  Hardy, 73, was a resident and farmer in the Davenport area and a member of the Davenport Assembly of God Church.  Hardy was born July 20, 1921, to William and Lydia (Thees) Hardy on the family homestead near Rocklyn. He graduated from Harrington High School in 1938. After graduation, he attended one year of college at Northwest Bible College and then returned home to farm.  Upon his return, Hardy married Ruth A Miller of Spokane and the two of them continued to farm in the Rocklyn area. In 1973, they were joined in the family farming business by their son Dennis and wife Candee. Hardy continued to be involved in farming until his passing last week.  Hardy is survived by his wife of 52 years, Ruth a Hardy, of Davenport; one son and daughter-in-law, Dennis M and Candee Hardy of Davenport; one daughter, Diane K Henderson of Medical Lake; five grandchildren, including Daren Henderson of Medical Lake, Dwight Henderson of Alabama, Dolores Peterson of Virginia; and Matthew and Monica Hardy, both of Spokane; one brother, Robert Hardy of Davenport; and numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside service was held Tuesday at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport with funeral services following at the Davenport Assembly of God Church with Pastor Pat Hogan officiating.” (Dav. Times: 2-16-1995);


Hardy, Robert J: (1916-1998);  “Robert John Hardy passed away on June 17, 1998 in Spokane. He was 82.  Graveside service took place Monday in Davenport, followed by a memorial service at the Davenport Assembly of God Church, where Mr Hardy was a member for 62 years. The Rev Dave Phillips officiated.  Mr Hardy was born in Rocklyn on Nov 25, 1916, and was a graduate of Harrington High School. He went to a diesel mechanic trade school in California and then returned home to the family farm in Rocklyn.  Mr Hardy married Edna Schumaker of Lind on Nov 24, 1938. He continued to maintain the family farm until 1956, when they purchased a farm 10 miles south of Harrington and continued to farm until he retired in 1986. They then moved to Davenport where Mr Hardy resided until his death.  Mr Hardy was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Edna Schumaker Hardy; his mother and father, William and Lydia Hardy; his sister, Esther Jolly; and his brothers, Milton, Richard and Wilbur Hardy. Survivors include his two children, the Rev Larry Hardy and wife Juanita of Renton, and Linda Eastham and husband Wayne of Medical Lake; 6 grandchildren; and 9 great grandchildren. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  6-25-1998) 


Hardy, Ruth A:  (1921-2003); w/o Milton;  “Memorial service for Ruth A Hardy, 81, will be at 2 p.m. today at Strate Funeral Home, with burial preceding at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. A longtime resident of the Davenport area, Mrs Hardy died Jan 4 in a Spokane hospital, after a period of deteriorating health.  Born Feb 8, 1921, in Spokane, she married Milton R Hardy of Davenport on Nov 7, 1942. They lived in the Coulee City area following their marriage and moved to Spokane for a period, then joined the family farming operation in the Rocklyn area about 1948. They moved into Davenport in the mid-1960s. She had been an active member of the Assembly of God Church, where she served many years in the Women’s Ministries Group and taught Sunday school. She also was active in many other church-related functions. She was well known for her cooking ability and as a cake decorator, which she did as a hobby.  Her husband preceded her in death in 1995. She leaves a son, Denny Hardy of Davenport; a daughter, Diane Henderson of Medical Lake; 5 grandchildren; ... a sister, Edith Olsen of Spokane; a brother, C W (Bud) Miller of CA, and numerous nieces and nephews.” (Davenport Times: 1-09-2003)


Harper, Laura E:  (1848-1917); d. 11-14-1917;  “Laura E Harper. Dated: March 1918? (with a ?); widow.” (Davenport Methodist Ledger);


Harper, Thomas Jameson: (d. 5-10-1906, aged 76 yrs); “Thomas Jameson Harper died in Davenport, Washington, Thursday morning, May 10, 1906. The deceased would have been 76 years of age the 6th of next month. He had been failing in health for some time and when death called he passed into the great beyond without a struggle. During his life he had been honored with office by the Federal government and by his county. He was a man of exemplary habits, honored by all. He was laid at rest last Saturday, Elder Thomason of the Christian Church giving a short but impressive talk. Mr Harper was a member of the Christian Church for over thirty year and died in the faith that in the hereafter all will be well.” (Dav. Tribune: 5-17-1906) “Mr T J Harper, who died last Thursday morning, May 10, was buried on Saturday, the funeral taking place in the undertaking parlors of O W Stone, it being the wish of the deceased that the funeral be quiet and without ostentation. He was 76 years old, and is survived by a wife and two daughters, Mrs James Odgers of this place, and Mrs McCarty of Spokane.  Deceased came to this state from Nebraska a few years ago, where he had once been prominent in the affairs of Otoe County. He served a term as postmaster under Grover Cleveland, and for six consecutive terms was elected assessor in his county by the democrats and independents in a strongly republican district. During the last few months Mr Harper had failed rapidly. He suffered a stroke of paralysis about a year ago, but almost entirely recovered from its effects. Of late he had moved around with difficulty, and was the constant care of Mrs Odgers, who remained with him most of the time.” (LCT: 5-18-1906)


Harper, William S: (1838-1911);  “Wm S Harper. Died: March 24, 1911. Buried Davenport.” (Acacia Lodge Index);  “Wm S Harper. Dated 1906. Voucher #184, amount $20, Post #93.; Wm Harper. (undated about 1910-11) Voucher #219 for fuel; Voucher #221 for $15 relief for Mr Harper.; Wm S Harper. Dated April 29, 1911; Voucher #222 Amount: $50, funeral. Post #93.” (GAR Relief Application);


Harper, Wilson: (1877-1973);  (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Harris, Emma A (____) Lennon: (see also Emma Lennon for TS;) “Service for Emma A (Lennon) Harris was Sept 29 at Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, followed by burial at Mountain View Cemetery.  Mrs Harris, 93, died Sept 25, 1993 in Davenport.  She was born in Dayton, WA. She started Lennon’s Café in Davenport in 1945 and operated it until 1961. Her first husband, James Lennon, died in 1966 and her second husband, Tom Harris, died in 1983.  She is survived by her daughter, Shirley Larson of Davenport; a son, Robert E Lennon of Otis Orchards; a sister, Louella Bristol of Red Bluff, CA; three grandchildren, Brad Lennon of Bothell, Karlene Boyd of Montesano, and Bill Larson of Wilbur; and 7 great grandchildren.” (Davenport Times: 10-07-1993)


Harris, Harold D:  (1902-1972);  “Harold Harris, who lived north of Davenport for many years, passed away at a Spokane hospital Wednesday after a long illness. Funeral services for him are pending with Strate Funeral Home making the arrangements.  He is survived by his wife, Lucille, at the home here;  two daughters, Mrs Donna Gardener of Colorado and Mrs Caryle Mead of Boise; one son Joe Harris of Spokane.” (Davenport Times:  11-09-1972);


Harris, Lucile C:  (1905-1989);   “Lucille C Harris died Dec 1, 1989 in Aurora, Colorado. She was 84.  Mrs Harris was born March 17, 1905 in Sherman Creek to John and Nellie Charlton. She was a homemaker and teacher.  Mrs Harris was a member of the Davenport Chapter 131 of Eastern Star and the Zion Lutheran Church. A former resident of the Davenport area, Mrs Harris is survived by three children, Donna Gardner of Aurora, CO, Carol Mead of Tucson, AZ, and Joseph Harris of Tucson; 8 grandchildren, ….; 11 great grandchildren; a sister, Carmen Lawson of Yakima; three brothers, Alan Charlton of Medford, OR; Kyle Charlton of Grants Pass, OR; and Kermit Charlton of Chicago, IL; and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were held in the Zion Lutheran Church, Davenport, on Dec 8. Pastor David Daugs officiated. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport.” (Dav. Times: 12-14-1989) 


Hart, Alfred:  (1855-1897) (Davenport City); “Mr Alfred V Hart, brother of Wm J Hart, of Larene, who arrived last spring at his brother’s home from Bucoda, a town in the western part of the state, died Tuesday of this week, at 12:30 p.m., after a lingering illness of several years.  Mr Hart many years ago was afflicted with pleurisy, which slowly but gradually developed into other trouble, which had been mistaken and treated for consumption for some time.  Last spring he became so ill that he could no longer do anything for himself, and was brought from his home to Davenport by his brother, where a surgical operation was performed upon him, which afforded some relief for a time.  He has been slowly declining for the last two or three months, however, and Tuesday noon quietly passed away at the home of his brother, Wm Hart, near Larene.  His remains were taken in charge by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, of which order he was a member. Funeral services were held at the ME church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock, at which time the members of the Rebekah and Odd Fellows lodges marched in a body from the lodge room to the church, where a brief sermon was preached by Rev T H Fertig. At the graveyard the members of the order conducted the burial services, in which Hon. J H Shively, visiting past grand, took the leading part.  Deceased was born in Kingston, Canada, Dec 15, 1855, and with his father, brothers and sister came to Walla Walla in 1879. In 1880 he engaged in the lumber business at Bucoda, in western Washington, and the rest of the family came to Lincoln County. Eight years ago he was married and one child was born to the union, but mother and child have since died. Deceased was nearly forty-three years of age at the time of his death, and is survived by three brothers and a sister, two brothers and the sister being at the bedside when he passed away.” (LCT: 10-22-1897) Alfred V Hart married Olive McCafferty in Lewis County, WA on May 2, 1887. (Death record for Olive was not located).


Hart, Caroline:  (1841-1892);  (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hart, D D:  (unconfirmed burial) “Gone To Rest. D D Hart, who has been in feeble health during the past year or so, began to fail rapidly a few weeks ago, and although all known remedies were applied it was evident to all that he could not long survive, and on Tuesday evening at 10 o’clock he joined the silent majority surrounded by sorrowing relatives and friends. Bright’s disease was the ailment. He was among the first settlers in this locality, and was now in his sixty-third year. He leaves a wife and six grown sons and daughters to mourn his loss.” (NW Tribune: 10-21-1887)


Hart, James: (1854-1895—unconfirmed burial)  “Mr James Hart, of Duck Lake Draw, one of the oldest settlers of that section, died on the 15th of this month at the home of his mother in Colorado, where he went about a month ago on a visit. He had been in poor health for some years, and recently went to Colorado hoping the change would benefit him. He leaves a wife and 5 children to mourn his loss, who are all on the farm on Duck Lake Draw.” (Davenport Times: 1-25-1895)  {The family of James Hart of Duck Lake was shown on the 1892 census as: J N Hart, 38, IA; Wife Emma, 35, TN; Bertie, f, 14, NV; Minnie, 10, WA; Claude, 8, WA; and Myrtle, 5, WA.} 


Hart, Thomas:  (1852-1939);  “Thomas Hart. Died: July 14, 1939.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index); 


Hart, William J:  (1849-1932);  “William J Hart. Died: Sept 19, 1932. Buried: Davenport.” (Acacia Lodge Index); “Wm Hart. Dated: 9-19-1932. married.” (Davenport Methodist Ledger); (Wm J Hart and wife Martha are on the 1892 census. A Martha E Hart died in Portland on 10-18-1930, but this was not confirmed to be his wife.)


Hasting, Lottie:  (1885-1974);  “Graveside services were held Tuesday at Mountain View Cemetery for Lottie Hasting, who died Nov 29 in Spokane.  Mrs Hasting, who was born in 1885 in Coffeyville, KS, came to Davenport as a young child with her parents, Abraham and Florence Mobley. They farmed near Egypt and their daughter attended classes in the little schoolhouse in Davenport.  In 1904 Mrs Hasting wed George Hasting and they farmed in Egypt. Later she ran the general store at Egypt and served as postmistress. In the mid 1920s she moved to Spokane for a few years and then returned to Davenport in 1928.  She bought the former A D Strout home and converted it to apartments. She also cooked for the county jail inmates.  Mrs Hasting left Davenport six years ago to live in a convalescent home. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Beatrice and Floyd Underwood, and three grandchildren, Lt Col David (Bert) Underwood, Carlyle, PA, Roger Hastings Underwood, Spokane, and Joy Glover, Pasco. Sever great grandchildren survive. Mrs Hasting belonged to the Central Christian Church of Spokane, and Eastern Star, Davenport.” (Dav. Times: 12-05-1974);


Hattemer, Emma:  (1876-1935);  w/o John Sr; (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hattemer, Florence L: (b. 1917-2003);  “Graveside service for Florence L Hattemer, 86, of Davenport, is scheduled at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept 20, at Mountain View Cemetery with Pastor Mark Egertson officiating… Mrs Hattemer died Sept 13 in Davenport.  Born June 4, 1917, in Davenport to Vernon and Ellen (Robinson) Holderby, she graduated from Davenport High School in 1936 and worked as a substitute clerk from 1936 to 1940 at the Davenport Post Office. Suring that time, she married her high School sweetheart, John D Hattemer. The couple lived in Lacrosse, WA, for 26 years before returning to Davenport. She enjoyed sports, gardening hunting, fishing, canning and baked goods and was active in several community organizations, including Boy and Girl Scouts, PTA and the Grace Baptist Church in Dusty, WA.  She was preceded in death by her husband in 1989 and three brothers, James, Quentin and Ermit.  She leaves three children, Larry (and Joan) Hattemer of Edwall, Dennis (and Carol) Hattemer of Kennewick and Janet (and Vincent) Julius of Davenport; six grandchildren: Renee, Laurie, Lance, Derek, Heather and Casey; four great grandchildren; a sister, Jessie Willey, who resides on the family farm in Davenport.”  (Dav. Times: 4-18-2003);


Hattemer, John:  (1870-1932); h/o Emma; (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hattemer, John D:  (1914-1989); h/o Florence;  “John D Hattemer of Davenport died April 3, 1989 in Spokane, He was 74.  Mr Hattemer was born June 25, 1914 in Davenport to John and Emma Hattemer. He attended Davenport schools and graduated from Davenport High School in 1935. He attended Diesel and Gas Engineering School in Los Angeles, CA, and graduated in 1940. In 1941, he moved to LaCrosse and opened and operated hi s own farm equipment repair and service shop. In the summer of 1966 he moved to Davenport where he lived and farmed north of town until he retired in 1978 and moved into Davenport. He lived in this city until his death.  Mr Hattemer was city and rural fire chief in LaCrosse for 17 years and served on the school board and city council there. He was an avid hunting and fishing enthusiast and followed his children’s athletic activities.  He is survived by his wife, Florence, at home; two sons, Larry Hattemer of Cheney and Dennis Hattemer of Kennewick; one daughter, Jan Hattemer of Davenport; six grandchildren, Derek and Heather Hattemer of Kennewick, Laurie and Lance Hattemer of Cheney, Renee Hattemer of Spokane and Casey Breithaupt of Davenport; one great grandson, Jered Dawson of Kennewick and a brother, Fred Hattemer of Los Angeles. Funeral services were held April 7, 1989 in the Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport. Pastor David Daugs officiated. Strate Funeral Home was in charge.” (Davenport Times: 4-13-1989) 


Hattemer, William:  (1876-1952); h/o Helen; “Wm Hattimer. Died: June 10, 1952.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index);  “William Hattimer. Dated: 6-09-1952. Buried at Mt View Cemetery.” (Presbyterian Ledger);


Hattie, Frank P: (1893-1893) age 10 weeks; s/o JR & L; (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hattie, Infant:  (d. 2-10-1900); s/o JR & L; (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hattie, Laura:  (1862-1901); w/o JR; “Executor’s Notice. In the Superior Court of the State of WA in and for Lincoln County, In the matter of the Estate of Laura Hattie, deceased. Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary on the Estate of Laura Hattie deceased were granted to the undersigned, on the 7th day of May 1901… John R Hattie.” (excerpt of Dav. Tribune: 5-09-1901) “Laura Hattie. #494, filed May 7, 1901. Will, in file. Died: March 28, 1901 in Lincoln County. Husband: John R Hattie of Moscow, WA; Children: Saida May Hattie, 10 yrs; John Hattie, 6 yrs; George W, 5 yrs; Minnie E, 3 yrs.”  (notes: Probate file #494);


Hause, Sarah A:  (1842-1926);  “Funeral services for Mrs Sarah Hause, a Davenport pioneer, who died at Reardan Friday was held Tuesday at the residence of her son, Frank Denson, at Davenport.” (Odessa Record: 8-20-1926) “Warren C Hause died at Enumclaw, Mar 31, 1911, of Bright’s disease. He was born in Fowlerville, MI on July 12, 1875. He is the son of Mrs S A Hause of this city. He leaves to mourn his loss, a widow and daughter, Thelma, and brothers Fred and Bert.” (D Tribune: 4-13-1911, excerpt) “Mrs Sarah Hause, age 86, suffered a fractured hip when she had a fall at the home of her son, Frank Denson, at Davenport, Sunday.” (Odessa Record: 5-28-1926); 


Hawes, Richard E:  (1928-1951); (TS listings of 1974 show: ‘Lt Richard E Hawes; USAF Feb 28, 1928. Died serving his country in Korea May 7, 1951.’);


Hawes, Walter C:  (1886-1969); h/o Lucile; (Tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974)


Hawley, Hadie M Dittert:  (1910-1986);  w/o Sheldon;  {Edit:  “Hadie M Hawley of Davenport took her first flight of her life to Twin Cities, MN, where she was met by a cousin who took her to Blue Earth, MN, for a family reunion.  About 80 attended the reunion on her father’s side of the family, many who were cousins she had never before met. Relatives attended from NJ, TX, MN, SD, WA, IL, and CA. Only two cousins were from Washington. She attended a cousin’s 83rd birthday while there. She had been in Minnesota previously, visiting in 1949 and 1973. Glenn Hawley of Bellingham spent most of the month of August helping his sister harvest.” (Davenport Times: 9-16-1982) 


Hawley, Sheldon A: (1901-1985);  “Funeral services for Sheldon A (Slim) Hawley, 83, of Davenport took place at the Strate Funeral Home in Davenport last Saturday, Feb 2. Mr Hawley died on Tuesday, Jan 29, 1985. Rev Jeff Callender of the Davenport Presbyterian Church led funeral services. Pall bearers included Dave Mandere, Bill Livingston, Les Hansen, Harry Schneider, Bud Olson and Clyde Bowman.  Mr Hawley, born on Sept 9, 1901 to Charles A Hawley and the former Mollie Weaver in Pella, Iowa, came as the second of five children in the family.  At 4 years old, Slim Hawley and his parents moved to west Texas because of his mother’s poor health. Charles Hawley managed the general store for a quicksilver mining company in west Texas, and a few months after Slim’s and his parents’ move, the other children of the family came to West Texas also.  Mrs Mollie Hawley died a short time after the family reunited in west Texas, but the family remained at the mine until 1913.  Then the Hawleys moved to Puyallup, and from there to Douglas County, where Charles Hawley served as the superintendent of schools, and later as county auditor.  In Douglas County, Slim Hawley met Hadie Dittert, whom he married on Dec 14, 1929.  Mr Hawley started farming north of Davenport in 1925, which he continued until 1933. Then he and Hadie moved to Rocklyn, and on to Creston from 1936 to 1944. After 1944, the couple moved to the present Hawley home here in Davenport.  Mr Hawley served as a former member of the Wilson Grange, where he obtained the seventh degree in 1942.  Survivors of Mr Hawley include his wife, Hadie; his son and daughter-in-law, Glenn and Bess Hawley of Bellingham; his daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Leonard Abbott of Davenport; his brother, William F Hawley of Lynnwood; his sisters, Gretchen Hawley of Seattle and Mary Ellen Burt of Yuma, AZ; his grandsons, Patrick and Michael Abbott of Davenport; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.” (Davenport Times:  2-07-1985) 


Haynie surname:  (Davenport Times of July 27, 1972 has item ‘Haynie Family Reunion notes 50th Anniversary’. Harold Haynie. All eight of their children were able to be present besides other close relatives.)


Haynie, Harold W: (1897-1980);  “Funeral services were held under direction of the Strate Funeral Home on Saturday, May 3 for Harold Haynie, former county auditor and Davenport resident.  Officiating at the service was the Rev Roger V Muisiner, pastor of the Davenport Presbyterian Church.  Haynie was born in Aphol, KS, on May 10, 1897 and died on April 30, 1980 in Seattle, following a brief illness.  In his early life, he lived in Forest Grove, OR, where he graduated from high school. He entered the US Navy in 1918 and served until 1919 at which time he was discharged and returned to eastern Oregon, where he was employed by the J C Penney company for the next 15 years.  In the latter years of his employment with J C Penney, he was transferred to Davenport. When he terminated his employment with Penney’s, he became employed with the Lincoln County auditor’s office and remained in the auditor’s office for 34 years, 16 of which he served as Lincoln County auditor.  Following his retirement from the auditor’s office, he and his wife made their residence in Seattle, where he was in residence until his death. Haynie was a member of the American Legion and also was  a member of the Davenport Presbyterian Church. He had been active in a supporting role of the Davenport Memorial Hall, acting as treasurer of that organization for some time. He had also acted as treasurer of the central committee of the Democratic party in the county.  Survivors include his wife, Thelma, of Seattle; four sons, William B Haynie of Seattle, Gerald of Tacoma, Robert of the US Navy, stationed in Washington, DC, and James of Kennewick, WA. Also surviving are four daughters, Haroldine Debord of Creston, WA, Patricia Chrisman of Yakima, WA, Janis Wacker of Odessa, WA, and Lois Ann of Chewelah, WA; one brother, Rex Haynie of McMinnville, OR; one sister, Clara Keller of Bend, OR; 31 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Interment occurred at the Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport, WA.” (Davenport Times: 5-08-1980); 


Haynie, Robert Eugene:  (1942-2004; unconfirmed); Robert Eugene Haynie died Dec 7, 2004 in Yuma, AZ. Burial was planned to be held in the Davenport Cemetery, WA, in the family plot. He was born Jan 20, 1942 to Harold and Thelma (Kretzer) Haynie. He was raised in Davenport, WA. He served 20 years in the US Navy. He married first DeEtta M Rousseau and is survived by their three children; he married Clarence F Weaver in 1980, and is survived by his step-son. (notes from Odessa Record: 12-23-2004) 


Haynie, Thelma Kretzer: (1903-2000); d. 9-24-2000;  “Funeral service for Thelma K Haynie, 97, a resident of Davenport between 1928 and 1978, was Sept 29 at Strate Funeral Home in Davenport. Mrs Haynie died Sept 24 in Chewelah, where she lived since 1997. Pastor Martha Montavani officiated. Vault interment was at Mountain View Cemetery.  Born Jan 5, 1903, to Minnie (Ogilvy) and Lewis H Kretzer, she attended school in The Dalles, Oregon, and Eugene Bible College in Eugene, where she became chief operator for the local telephone company.  She later worked for Haynie and Sons grocery and drug store, where she met Harold W Haynie, who had recently returned from serving with the US Navy in WW I. They married in June 1922 in Pendleton, Oregon, where he was a bookkeeper and later assistant manager of the J C Penney Store.  The couple moved to Davenport in 1928 to become manager of the new Penney store here. He later was a deputy county auditor and county auditor. She belonged to First Presbyterian Church, where she was involved in choir and women’s association; as well as being active in Camp Fire Girls, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. She also was a lifetime member of the American Legion Auxiliary.  She and her husband helped in the construction of the Davenport Memorial Hall. She worked as a supervisor and head cook for 12 years for the Davenport School District and had the food service at the Lincoln County Fair. She also was active in the Democratic Party. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1980; a son, James C Haynie, in 1993; a grandson, Gary A Christman, in 1969; her parents, three brothers and a sister. She leaves seven children:  William and Joan Haynie  of Chewelah; Gerald and Joy Haynie of Tacoma; Robert and Clarence Haynie of Odessa; Haroldine and Carl Debord of Yuma, AZ; Patricia Christman of Davenport; Janis and Don Wacker of Yuma, AZ; and Lois Ann Mosby of Chewelah. She also leaves 31 grandchildren, 55 great grandchildren and 12 great great grandchildren.” (Dav. Times: 10-19-2000)


Hayter, Leslie Foster:  (1896-1964); {Edit: Leslie Foster Hayter was a son of Samuel Foster Hayter and Margaret Jane Davies Hayter.}


Hayter, Margaret:  (1867-1940); “Margaret Hayter. Died: March 21, 1940.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index);  {Edit: Margaret Jane Davies was born Oct 31, 1867 in Springfield, WI. She married Samuel Foster Hayter about 1888. Samuel had four known children from a previous marriage in Missouri. Samuel and Margaret had at least ten children, seven of whom survived to adulthood. Three infants and a four-year old son were buried in the Frans Cemetery: Daisy, Johnny, William and Franklin. Samuel Foster Hayter died April  15, 1934 in Spokane County, WA and was buried in Davenport’s Catholic Cemetery. Margaret remained close to her children and died March 21, 1940 in Spokane. Data provided by family}


Hayter, Maude Sherwood:  (1884-1903); “Two little strangers came to the home of Mr & Mrs Asa Hayter—a boy and a girl. The children are said to be doing well,--but Mrs Hayter (nee Maude Sherwood), _____ rallied, and last Sunday evening, death relieved her of her suffering. Mrs Hayter had grown up here during childhood, and her friends are _______. She was of a jolly, cheerful disposition, and was well liked by everyone.” (poor print in Egypt column, LCT: 4-03-1903)


Hayter, Robert B:  (1908-1984);  “Former Davenport resident Robert B Huyter (sic) died April 12, 1984 in Cashmere, WA, where he had lived for many years. Born Nov 20, 1908 at Davenport, Huyter (sic) served as town marshal here during the early 1940s.  Survivors include his sister, Dorothy Light of Colville and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were held in Cashmere but he was buried in Davenport.” (Davenport Times:  4-19-1984)  {Edit: Robert Buchanan Hayter was a son of Samuel Foster Hayter and Margaret Jane Davies Hayter.}


Hayter, Ruth:  (1917-1980); d. 12-31-1980; (Davenport City)



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