Hartline Cemetery Obituaries


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                                                 Tombstone data and cemetery placements of Hartline Cemetery, Hartline,

                                              Grant County, Washington,  provided by Pat Rice, which will not be updated. 

                                               The cemetery that serves the community of Hartline in Grant County is on

                                         Highway  2 just south east of town which is located in the SE 1/4 of Sec 1 T25N R29E.

                                              Death records provided by Marge Womach with a request for contributions.



Calahan, Mary Jane,no stone, RB=70/3

Calkins, Barton Roy, b. 3/11/1948, d. 6/8/1995, 93/3, g-s/o Harry & Golda Fulton, gt-g-s/o A.T & M. Hampton

Campbell, Charlotte Dee, b. 1864, d. 1937, 133/2

Campbell, Grace, 88/1, *unmarked

Campbell, John C., b. 5/29/1852, d. 4/20/1922, 133/3

Campbell, Miles A., b. 1877, d. 1929, 133/1

Carey, Alta G., b. 1896, d. 1982, 128/1, mother

Carey, Rodney A., b. 4/22/1935, d. 9/26/2001, 128/3

Carey, Roy E., b. 12/24/1886, d. 10/27/1948, 128/2, vet Washington wagoner 346 Field Artillary 91 Div WW I

Carlson, Ivan Seigtart, b. 5/31/1893, d. 2/22/1983, 63/2, father, w/Ruby

Carlson, Oscar, b. 1891, d. 1969, 63/1

Carlson, Ruby E, b. 7/6/1894, d. 11/23/199, mother

Chaffee, Donald L, b. 1/16/1893, d. 6/15/1958, 177/6, vet Cpl US Army WW I

Chaffee, Francis Wilbur, b. 4/22/1926, d. 6/3/199, vet US Army WW II

Chaffee, Hazel, b. 2/2/1887, d. 7/2/1954, 177/5

Chitwood, J. C., no stone, RB=32/4

Christy, Calvin S., b. 4/3/1919, d. 11/5/1975, 146/6, vet MOMM 1 US Navy WW II

Christy, Carlisle Ray, b. 2/18/1921, d. 3/24/1979, 147/3, vet MM I US Navy WW II

Cline, Edith, b. 1922, d. 1938, 134/4

Cline, Fred W., b. 1883, d. 1958

Cline, Grace, b. 1883, d. 1964

Cline, Mary I., b. 1911, d., w/Russell C.

Cline, Russell C., b. 1904, d. 1994, 167/2, m 63 years

Coates, Benjamin F., b. 1900, d. 1986, 165/5, w/Viola

Coates, Viola May, b. 1903, d., w/Benjamin, not in RB

Coley, Ada W., b. 1892, d. 1987, 192/1, w/Perry, mother

Coley, Elmer Wilson, b. 1890, d. 1910, 26/2, son



Coley, Ernest Allen, b. 1892, d. 1985, 86/6

“Private services for Ernest A Coley, 92, of Davenport took place at the Hartline Cemetery in Hartline recently. Mr Coley died on Sunday, May 12, 1985 in Davenport.  The son of Issac and Martha Wilson Coley, he was born near Hartline on May 17, 1892.  He moved to the Hawk Creek area near Davenport in 1935.  Survivors include two sons, Grover and Clarence Coley, both of Davenport; 7 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Mr Coley was preceded in death by his wife, Gertrude; and two sons, Stanley Coley and Lawrence Coley.” (Davenport Times:  5-23-1985) 


Coley, Francis Myrtle, b. 9/21/1894, d. 8/29/1905, 26/5, w/Goldy, d/o I.I. & M.A.


Coley, Gertrude Ann, b. 1855, d. 1981, 86/4

“Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 6 in Davenport for Gertrude Ann Coley, with the Rev Roger Muisiner officiating. Mrs Coley, born in Rhone County, TN, on March 21, 1885, had been a Davenport resident for almost 50 years.  She was the daughter of John and Nora Jenkins. The family moved to the Wilbur area in 1892 and Mrs Coley was the second student to graduate from Wilbur High School Following her graduation, she attended Cheney Normal, where she received a teaching certificate. Her school teaching included posts at Republic, Del Rio, and Steamboat Rock, all in the state of Washington.  She was married to Ernest Coley on May 20, 1913 and together they farmed in the Hartline area until moving to Davenport in 1934. Mrs Coley was a member of the Community Grange; the Larene Ladies Club and had been active in the Women’s Association of the Presbyterian Church during her more active years. Survivors include her husband, Ernest Coley of Davenport; three sons, Clarence, Grover, both of Davenport, and Lawrence of Spokane; 7 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren; 3 sisters, Elma Mitchell of Ephrata, Ada Coley of Hartline and Effie Anderson of Wilbur. She was preceded in death by one son, Stanley Coley. Interment followed the local service at the Hartline Cemetery.” (Davenport Times: 5-07-1981) 


Coley, Glenn Homer, b. 12/30/1907, d. 12/10/1982, 151/3, vet US Navy WW II

Coley, Goldy P., Aug 30 to Sep 3, 1888, 26/6, w/Francis, d/o I.I. & M.A.

Coley, Grover Woodrow Wilson, b. 1914, d. 1990, 86/6

Coley, Isaac I., b 1847, d. 1922, 26/1

Coley, Joseph C, b. 1906, d. 1920, 61/3

Coley, Larry D, b. 1924, d. 1984, 86/5, RB=Lawrence Dean

Coley, Martha A., b. 1867, d. 1928, 26/4

Coley, Myrtle, b. 1909, d. 1918, 26/3, d/o Elmer

Coley, Perry E., b. 1896, d. 1975, 192/2, w/Ada, father

Coley, Stanley J., b. 1919, d. 1927, 86/5

Cook, Emma J, b. 1861, d. 1950, 131/6

Corder, F. M., not marked, RB, 97/4

Cox, Lucian M, b. 4/9/1899, d. 3/3/1911, 108/2

Cox, William H, 1864, d. 1933, 93/2

Cunningham, Alice Ida, b. 1913, d. 1978, 201/3

Cunningham, Claire, b. 1895, d. 1978, 230/2, w/Genevieve

Cunningham, Genevieve M., b. 1906, d. 1979, 230/1, w/Claire

Cunningham, Marsha R, b. 1957, d. 1958, 201/2, RB=March R. infant

Cunningham, Randy Wm., b-d 1954, 201/1, infant


Dalrymple, Geo. W., no dates, 85/6, Co. C 22 Pa Cav

Dalrymple, Henriett M., not marked, RB, 85/5

Davidson, Infant, not marked, RB, 61/4

Davidson, John Thomas, b. 1860, d. 1941, 115/4, father

Davidson, Rosabel, b. 1870, d. 1953, 115/5, mother

Davis, Eliza (Aunty), not marked, RB, 109/1

Day, Mary, d. 3/8/1896, age 71y, 117/6, w/Nellie

Day, Nellie, d. 3/17/1896, 117/5, age 6 weeks, w/Mary

Deeter, Isaac, b. 1834, d. 1898, 18/5, w/Mary

Deeter, Mary E, b. 1842, d. 1924, 18/6, w/Isaac

Deffenbacher, Donald, Nov 28 to Dec 9, 1910, 74/1, s/o W.J. & S.G., RB=Joseph D.

Densow, Bessie E., b. 1913, d. 1978, 136/2, w/Walter

Densow, Walter A., b. 1893, d. 1967, 136/1, w/Bessie

Dickerboom, Lora Ida, not marked, RB, 87/2

Dillman, A. Lynn, not marked, RB, 7/1

Dimmick, F. M. Theone, b. 8/6/1903, d. 2/14/1904, 43/1, s/o A.B. & M.P.

Doggett, Addie Fanny, not marked, RB, 57/3

Doggett, Infant, not marked, RB, 57/4

Donica, Kenneth L., b. 3/3/1911, d. 7/23/1993, 159/6, vet Pfc US Army WW II

Dormaier, Eunice, b. 12/4/1927, d. 12/1928, 12/6, c/o C.& C.

Dormaier, George H., b. 1921, d.

Dormaier, Helen A., b. 1918, d. 1999, w/Raymond, m=7/29/1940, 121/5

Dormaier, Joanne T., b. 1927, d. 1976, 1631, George
Dormaier, Lloyd John, b. 5/13/1938, d. 7/21/1940, 12/5

 Dormaier, Raymond W., b. 1915, d., w/Helen;  “Raymond Wilmar Dormaier, 90, longtime Coulee City and Hartline resident, a man who loved the Lord, his church, and his family, passed away Wednesday, Dec 21, 2005, in Yakima.  Funeral Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec 29, 2005, at the Coulee City Assembly of God Church with Pastor Allan Fox officiating. Arrangements are in care of Kayser’s Chapel & Crematory, Moses Lake.  Raymond, the oldest of 12 children, was born in Wheeler, WA on Nov 14, 1915, son of the late Christian and Clara (Roduner) Dormaier. Later the family moved to Wilson Creek, WA for a short period of time. He married Helen Miner of Oakesdale, WA on July 29, 1940. They were married 58 and a half years before her passing in March 1999. They made their home in Hartline, WA until 1965, when they moved to Coulee City and built their own home. They resided there until Helen’s death when he then chose to move to Yakima to be closer to family. He is survived by four daughters and their spouses, Catherine and Crandle Dormaier-Sims, Yakima, WA; Irene and Darroll Grant, Aumsville, OR; Jerene and Ray Miller, Redmond, WA; and Janice and Steve Hale, Las Vegas, NV; six brothers, Ted, George, Lourence, Harry, Allen and Leo; several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Besides his wife, Helen; and parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Clara and Eunice; three brothers, Lloyd, Earl and an infant.” (excerpt Wenatchee World: 12-25-2005)    

Dormaier, Rita Elaine, b. 4/12/1959, d. 8/27, 2001, 122/4

Drinkard, Electa May, b. 1876, d. 1950, 59/2

Drinkard, Eva Viola,, d. 12/26/1905, 59/1, age 2 years 6 mo 19 dys, d/o W.E.& L.M.

Dudley, Nancy Ellen, d. 1950, 131/3, baby

Duncan, Fred, b., d. 1902, 47/3

Duncan, J. H., 47/6, *unmarked

Duncan, Ruby L., Nov 11 to Sep 20, 1900, 47/1, d/o J.F. & Minnie

Dunn, Charles F., b. 6/9/1895, d. 10/5/1959, 170/4, vet S.Dakota Pvt US Army WWI

Dunn, Tessie, b. 1887, d. 1901, 6/1, RB=Jessie



Hartline Cemetery, Douglas County, Washington

files used with permission of Pat Rice, Thank you Pat!

Obituaries submitted  to the WAGenWeb by

Marge Womach, January 2010.

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