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.



Lakoduk, Jack, b. 1882, d. 1967, father, 167/6, w/Mary

Lakoduk, Mary, b. 1891, d. 1979, mother, 167/5, w/Jack

Lakoduk, Molly Dobowey, b. 1/1/1915, d. 1/7/1998, mother

Lakoduk, Patricia Gloria, b. 11/20/1939, d. 2/2/1953, 171/5, daughter & sister, RB=‘Petsey’

Lakoduk, Peter J., b. 11/20/1907, d. 2/2/1953, 171/6, father

Lamburth, John, b. 1844, d. 1931, 92/4

Lamburth, Mary C., b. 1860, d. 1939, 92/5

Larsen, Loren Leo, b. 1926, d. 1975, 192/5, vet Gy Sgt US Marine Corps, Korea

Larson, Violet Ester, not marked, RB, 76/4, 5 or 6

Lawter, Mckinley W., b. 2/91896, d. 12/3/1955, 124/1, vet Pvt 43 Co 156 Depot Brigade WW I

Liegh, Orsen, not marked, RB, 114/2


Lietzow, H. F., 14/4, *unmarked

Lietzow, Henery, not marked, RB, 13/2 “The eastbound freight, last Thursday, was recalled to Hartline, after reaching Davenport, to carry Henry Litzow, a prominent farmer, into Spokane for treatment. He had been severely injured by a horse falling on him…..Henry Lietson, the Hartline man who was brought to Spokane by a special train to be operated on for peritonitis, lies at Sacred Heart hospital in a dying condition.” And “Henry Lietzow, the Hartline farmer, who was injured by a horse falling on him, one day last week, and who was taken to the Spokane hospital and operated upon, died from the effects of his injury.” (LCT: 12-29-1903)


Lietzow, Martha, not marked, RB, 13/1

Lillie, Mary, 50/6, *unmarked


Lillie, Naomi L., b. 2/10/1831, d. 4/6/1905, 50/3, "The community was saddened last Friday to learn of the death of Mrs. Naomi I. Lillie, which occurred the previous evening. She died with all her children about her, they having been expecting death momentarily for over five days. Mrs. Lillie was born in Perry Co, OH, Feb 10, 1831, and departed this life April 6, 1905, aged 74 years, one month and 27 days.—Hartline Standard." (LCT: 4-21-1905)


Lindley, Florence G., b. 1897, d. 1902, 23/1, daughter

Lindley, M. Allie, not marked, RB, 85/1

Lindley, Nancy Alice, b. 1858, d. 1910, 23/2, mother

Lindley, William T., b. 1857, d. 1939, 23/3

Lippard, D., 113/1, *unmarked

Litt, Andrew William,  “Andrew William ‘Willie’ Litt died Friday, May 28, 2004, at the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center. He was born on the family homestead at Wilson Creek to George and Anna Litt on April 3, 1919. He attended schools at Wilson Creek and Hartline, graduating from Hartline High School in 1938. He was a wheat farmer. He was an avid gardener and enjoyed sharing his produce with his neighbors and relatives. He was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Coulee City. He served on many church boards, including being treasurer for more than 20 years. He retired in 1973 and lived in Hartline until ill health caused him to move to the long term care unit at Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center. He enjoyed participating in most all of the center’s activities, including doing crossword puzzles, reading rodeos and visiting. Mr Litt was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Peter and Jacob; sisters, Anna Murphy, Louise McLeod, Lena Tschritter and Elizabeth Litt.  Survivors include his sister, Mollie Fish, of Spokane, several nephews and one niece, Doris Wilson and her husband Tom, of Lamona. There was no public funeral service. Burial was in Hartline Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” (Odessa Record: 6-03-2004)  

Litt, Anna K., b. 1891, d. 1975, 151/2 mother;  “Anna K Litt.—Passed away in Soap Lake, WA, June 13. A resident of Hartline, WA for the past 35 years. A member of Hartline Grange. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs Mary (Russell) Cline, Hartline, WA; Mrs Molly (Glenn) Coley, Hartline, WA; 4 sons, Fred Litt, Hartline; Andrew Litt, Almira; Jack Litt, Fresno, CA; Pete Litt, Coulee City, WA; 11 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday June 17 at 11 a.m. from the Hartline Methodist Church, Hartline, WA. Interment Hartline Cemetery. Nicoles Funeral Home, Ephrata, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: 6-17-1975)


Litt, Anna, b. 1878, d. 1958, 169/1, w/George
Litt, Betty, b. 1924, d. 1964169/3
Litt, Elizabeth, b. 1921, d., w/Fred, mother
Litt, Fred, b. 1916, d. 1978, 166/2, w/Elizabeth, father, m=4/5/1940
Litt, George, b. 1877, d. 1958, 169/2, w/Anna

Litt, Jacob, b. 3/20/1915, d. 8/6/2000, 169/5;  Jacob Litt, 85, a long-time resident of Hartline and since 1998 a resident of Odessa, died at Lincoln Hospital on Sunday, August 6, 2000.  He was born March 20, 1915, at the family homestead near Wilson Creek, the son of German Russian immigrants George and Anna Litt.  He attended school in Wilson Creek and Hartline, graduation as salutatorian from Hartline High School in 1935. He played basketball on the Hartline team, which won the Grant County championship in 1935. After graduation, he farmed the family land three miles south of Hartline until he was drafted into the US Army, where he served from 1942 to 1945 as a mechanic in northern Africa and Italy. After discharge from the Army, he returned to the family farm, where he farmed until his retirement in 1973. He then moved from the farm into Hartline.  He was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Coulee City. He held the church offices of treasurer and president. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing cards, bingo and working crossword puzzles. Mr Litt moved into the Odessa Convalescent Center in Oct 1998. He participated in almost all the activities at the center.  He is survived by one brother, William Litt, of Odessa; sisters, Louise McLeod and Mollie Fish, both of Spokane; one niece, Doris Wilson of Lamona, and several nephews and cousins.  He was precededin death by his parents, brother Pete Litt and sisters, Anna Murphy, Lena Tschritter and Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Litt.  At his request, no services will be held. Burial was at Hartline Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” (Odessa Record: 1998)  

Litt, Peter A., b. 1883, d. 1938, 151/1, father

Litt, Peter, b. 1914, d. 1981, 169/4, vet S.Sgt US Army 1914 – 1981

Long, Annie Fay, b. 7/17/1893, d. 3/11/1895, 23/6, d/o N.& A.

Long, Annie, b. 1852, d. 1926, 23/5, w/Newton

Long, Cyrus J., not marked, RB, 110/2

Long, Eliza A., b. 5/16/1886, d. 3/5/1966, 140/1

Long, Emma T., b. 1881, d. 1941, 81/5

Long, Fernando, not marked, RB, 110/1, 140/2

Long, Newton, b. 1851, d. 192, 23/4, w/Annie

Long, Roy W., b. 1/4/1882, d. 5/25/1957, 147/6



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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