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.





Wagner, Ruth Ellen, b. 3/21/1947, d. 5/12/1988, 57/5

Wagner, Viola Haase, b. 9/18/1909, d. 6/12/1984, 57/5

Wagnild, Gerald C., b. 10/22/1947, d. 8/2/1967, 123/6; “Gerald C Wagnild.—His home, Hartline, WA.  Member of the Hartline Methodist Church; Blind Springs Grange. Student at Pacific Lutheran University. Survived by his parents, Mr and Mrs George Wagnild; one brother, Edwin G Wagnild, all at the home. Funeral services Saturday, Aug 5, at 2:30 p.m. from the Hartline Methodist Church; Rev Mack E Farmer officiating. Burial at the Hartline, WA, Cemetery. The Robertson Funeral Home in charge.” (scrapbook item; undated) “A Hartline boy was found unconscious Wednesday night in the water off the Coulee City Public Beach on Banks Lake and later expired at McKay Memorial Hospital in Soap Lake. The boy, Jerry Wagnild, 19, was discovered at 7 p.m. by Mrs Clara Lillquist, Coulee City, who pulled him out of the water. Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation was applied by Coreen Porter, Victoria, BC, and he was taken by ambulance to the Soap Lake Hospital. The Grant County Sheriff’s department reports that he passed away at 10:45 that night. The incident is still under investigation by the Grant County Coroner’s office and the cause of death has not yet been determined.” (Grant Co Journal: 8-03-1967)

Wagnild, Oscar G., b. 8/25/1914, d. 12/23/1970, 123/5, vet, Washington Ssgt Army AF WW II;  “George Wagnild.—His home S320 Raymond, Spokane, formerly Hartline, WA. A member of the Hartline Methodist Church, Highland Grange, a veteran of WW II. Survived by his wife, Vera L Wagnild, at the home; one son, Edwin Wagnild, at the home; one brother, Clarence Wagnild, Plentywood, MT; 3 sisters, Mrs Margaret Smith, MN; Mrs Helen Stoner, Outlook, MT; Mrs Mabel Foss, Plentywood, MT; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Dec 29, at 1 p.m. from the Hartline Methodist Church, The rev Mack E Farmer officiating. Interment Hartline, WA, Cemetery. The Robertson Funeral Home, Wilbur, WA, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: Dec 1970; G Beck data card collection)


Wagnild, Vera Lois, b. 10/8/1915, d. 9/6/1987, 123/5; 
Walker, Cynthia, b. 1860, d. 1946, 104/5, w/William

Walker, Mary C., not marked, RB, 217/1

Walker, William, b. 1856, d. 1930, 104/6

Walker, Willis, b. 1887, d. 1957, not in RB

Walton, Bill, 7/12/1933, d. 6/24/1996, 52/4, m=8/30/1941, RB=William J.

Walton, Rada, b. 9/14/1923, d. --, w/Bill

Warner, Bess Roberts, 102/1, per book, no Warner in this position, possibly Kate Roberts whose stone is here

Warren, Edward J., b. 1899, d. 1943, 173/6

Webb, Addie, b. 1/31/1883, d. 11/7/1976, 99/6

Webb, Elisha A., b. 1855, d. 1939, 99/5, mother

Webb, Eliza J., b. 1869, d. 1944, 158/1, w/James H., RB=Elizza

Webb, James H., b. 1869, d. 1958, 158/2, w/Eliza

Webb, Sarah Ellen, b. 12/25/1858, d. 2/8/1920, 99/4

Weber, Barbara Jean, b. 1931, d. 1965, 180/3, RN symbol on stone

Webley, Eliza Jane, b. 1864, d. 1931, 39/5

Webley, Frank H., b. 3/4/1874, d. 11/23/1904, 39/1

Webley, Harrison Jerome, b. 1834, d. 1917, 39/3

Webley, Lester Bruce, b. 1867, d. 1937, 39/6

“Bruce Webley, born at Richland Center, Wisconsin, Oct 20, 1865, passed away at a Pasco hospital on Feb 10, 1937, while visiting his brother, Oliver. In 1866 he came west to Odessa, later moving to a ranch north of Wilson Creek where he has since resided, successfully managing his farm in spite of the physical handicap of a paralytic disease.  He was well known through this district for his courage, bkeen mind, cheerfulness and hope, as he wrested a living from the soil, under handicap, giving generously to the aid of friends and relatives in time of need. The funeral services were conducted from the Wilson Creek church on Sunday, Feb 14, and interment made in the Hartline Cemetery. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs H Meyer of Brewster and Mrs James Roberson of Oroville; five brothers, Clyde of Wilson Creek, Irvin of Quincy, Newell of Marlin, Jay of Neppel, and Oliver of Pasco.” (Odessa Record:  2-25-1937) 

Webley, Martha, b. 1904, d. 1914, 39/2

Webley, Rance Frederick "Bud", b. 1877, d. 1927, 39/4

Weeden, Stephen E., b. 5/19/1917, d. 4/17/1968, 196/1, vet, Washington Lt. USNR WW II

Weeks, Ethel, b. 1845, d. 1933, 175/4

Weeks, George J., b. 1863, d. 1948, 175/5

Weston, Ray N., b. 1878, d. 1897, 37/3

White, Alice L., b. 9/11/1903, d. 1/27/1980, 138/3

White, Andrew Ben, b. 1899, d. 1970, 138/4

Whited, Major, b. 12/6/1862, d. 6/24/1908, 90/6

Whitney, Eugene O., b. 1856, d. 1930, 45/5, w/Flora, mason

Whitney, Flora, b. 1859, d. 1950, 45/6, w/Eugene, Eastern Star

Wilcox, Olive, not marked, RB, 106/1

Wilcox, Paul J., not marked, RB, 106/2

Willis, Elwood E., b. 1915, d. 1948, 126/2

Willis, Franklin E., b. 1885, d. 1963, 161/2, w/Marcena

Willis, Geona M., b. 1876, d. 1937, 127/4, w/John

Willis, James Bertrand, b. 1895, d. 1977, 126/3

Willis, John M., b. 1862, d. 1949, 127/5, w/Geona

Willis, Lizza, b. 1869, d. 1943, 126/4

Willis, Marcena, b. 1894, d. 1965,161/1, w/Franklin

Willis, Walker, b. 1885, d. 1957, 127/6

Willis, William Berkly, b. 1899, d. 1993, 126/2

Willis, William C., b. 1860, d. 1944, 126/5

Winters, Emma E., b. 1923, d. 1946, 174/4

Wood, Cora F., b. 3/7/1888, d. 10/29/1913, 95/1, d/o F.A. & E.C.

Wood, Elwena C., b. 1865, d. 1949, 95/4, w/Franklin

Wood, Franklin A., b. 1861, d. 1948, 95/3, w/Elwena C.

Wosoba, Anna, b. 1879, d. 1955, 135/6

Wosoba, Father, b. 1856, d. 1938, w/Frank & mother, no given name, 83/5 or 6

Wosoba, Frank C., b. 1888, d. 1925, 83/5, w/father, mother

Wosoba, Mother, b. 1851, d. 1932, w/Frank & father, no given name, 83/4


Young, A. H., b. 6/8/1859, d. 6/11/1941, 14/3;


Youngk, Charles F., not marked, RB, 14/1;

“The history of the Big Bend reports that 'It was in 1883 that the first religious services were held in Douglas County . Rev Charles Yungck who settled in eastern Douglas County that year, began holding services in German at his house upon his arrival, and for many years thereafter, held services regularly every week.'  Rev Younkck died January 10, 1894, at age 82. He was the second man to be buried in the Hartline Cemetery ."  (excerpt from article entitled: ‘Young Family History by Philip A Young’ page 186 of Family Memories of Wilson Creek Area, printed by Rev David Crawford.)


Zetty, Maude D, b. 3/23/1890, d. 1/19/1979, 65/5, (Tarter), Mom, Grandma;

Zundel, Eunice E., 1/3/1922, d. 7/28/1997, w/Theodore, m=2/14/1941, not in RB;

Zundel, Larry T, b. 1943, d. 1947, 214/1, son and brother

Zundel, Theodore J., b. 3/29/1918, d. 10/10/1997, w/Eunice,not in RB



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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