Krupp Valley Cemetery & Obituaries


                                       Also known as Marlin Cemetery


                            Grant County, Washington submitted by Marge Womach




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The Krupp Valley Cemetery at Marlin, Grant Co, WA is located west of town, taking the first graveled road/cow trail on the left side of the road (south) as one leaves the town to the west. Records of the cemetery compiled by Ruth Briscoe (undated) and Geo Beck were carefully studied and researched in an attempt to provide an accurate reading of the cemetery. I walked the cemetery in 1998 with several return trips to photograph and compare placements of graves and family plots.  Marge Womach  <>

The town went through a name change circa 1919, legally it is yet Town of Krupp, Marling PO, and the cemetery is deeded Krupp Valley Cemetery.


Unmarked Graves		        "Mother" "Father" surrounded by tall iron fence
Urquhart, Alastair M    +	1899-1966 (2 on 1)
Urquhart, Alice Mary	*	aged 19 months, d/o John and Katherine Urquhart
Urquhart, David Sime	*	1896-1932
Urquhart, Duncan		1888-1889 (3 on 1) (Hist of Cem; s/o Geo & Helen)
Urquhart, Elizabeth		1890-1892 (Hist of Cem; d/o Geo & Helen)
Urquhart, Elizabeth		(1880-1882) (Two listings on internet???)
Urquhart, George E	*	1847-1916 (3 on 1)
Urquhart, Helen S	*+	1863-1960 (3 on 1)
Urquhart, John		*	1860-1924 (or 1869-1925)
Urquhart, Lydia B		1911-2012   (2 on 1, with Alastair)
Wagner, Amiel J		        1875-1956 (2 on 1)
Wagner, Daisy O	        *+	1886-1973 (2 on 1, with Amiel J)
Wagner, Oscar A		        1890-1987(2 on 1)
Wagner, Selma B	        *	1891-1960 (2 on 1, with Oscar A)
Weber, Anna		+*	1886-1961 (2 on 1, with Conrad)
Weber, Conrad	        *	1888-1967 (2 on 1)
Weber, Eugene	        *+	1919-1938 (2 on 1)
Weber, Fred			1918-1918 (2 on 1)
Weber, Reinhold 'Reiny'  	Dec 24, 1922-June 13, 2002
Westenhiser, Dorothy H  --      Nov 1898-May 1978 
Woods, Victor Lansing	        July 14, 1920-Jan 18, 1977, Cpl. US Marine
Woods, Viola M	        +	May 13, 1921-Apr 16, 1991
Zickler, Anne M 	*	1874-1963 (2 on 1, with John)
Zickler, John		*	1867-1934 (2 on 1)
Zickler, Lydia			1903-1903, infant of John and Anna Zickler

(Items labeled “scrapbook news” most frequently were taken from the Odessa Record, the Wenatchee World, Grant County Journal, Big Bend Chief or the Spokesman Review, and were found in scrapbooks at local museums.)

Unmarked Graves;   “Mother” “Father” surrounded by tall iron fence

 Urquhart, Alistair M;  (1899-1966; 2 on 1) “In Loving Memory of Alistair M Urquhart. 1899-1966. Services in the Smith Funeral Home Chapel. Wednesday Nov 23 at 10 a.m. Rev John Smircich, First Presbyterian Church Officiating. Sacred Selections by Mr James White. Mrs James White, Organist. Casket Bearers: J C Perryman, Paul Liberty, LeRoy Moore, Harry Shockley, Ray Fadness, Jay Stark. Interment: Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA.” (Funeral Program: 11-23-1966) Birth of Alastair in school records was shown as May 27, 1899. “Alistair M Urquhart, 67, a Sunnyside, Wash., resident since 1948, died Nov 20 at the hospital there. Funeral services were held at Sunnyside, Nov 23 with burial in the Marlin Cemetery.  Mr Urquhart was born May 27, 1899 in Marlin. He received his education in Marlin and married in Spokane in 1937. The couple returned to Marlin where they lived until moving to Sunnyside.  While in Sunnyside he was employed as an iron worker on the Hanford project. He had retired due to ailing health.  Survivors include his wife, Lydia, Sunnyside; one son, George Urquhart, LaGrande, Oregon; two daughters, Mrs Barbara Jean Clark, Great Falls, Montana; and Mrs Helen Terzieff, Lynwood, Washington; one sister, Mrs Grace Cruickshank, formerly of Spokane, now of San Mateo, California and three grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: 12-01-1966)  “A marriage license was taken out at Spokane on Tuesday by Allister M Urquhart, cattle rancher of the Marlin area, and Miss Lydia Ramm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Ramm, Ruff.  Both are well known here, where they have many relatives and friends. They will make their home on the groom’s ranch near Marlin.” (Odessa Record: 7-01-1937) 

Urquhart, Alice Mary;  (aged 19 months, d/o John and Katherine Urquhart) “Alice Mary Urquhart. Female, white, infant. Birth: Jan 10, 1912, Krupp, WA. Age 1 yr 7 mos 20 days. Father: John Urquhart, born Scotland; Mother: Katherine Sime, born Scotland. Informant: John Urquhart, Krupp, WA.  Death: Aug 30, 1913, 3:15 p.m. at Krupp, Grant Co, WA. Cause: Ilio-colitis, duration 18 days. E K Wolfe, MD, Krupp, WA. Burial: Krupp, WA on Aug 31, 1913. Undertaker: none.” (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death) 

Urquhart, David Sime;  (1896-1932) “David Sime Urquhart. Male, white, single. Birth: June 12, 1896; age: 34 yrs 6 mos 23 days. Birth: Marlin, (Krupp), WA. Father: Geo Urquhart, born Scotland; Mother: Helen Sime, born Scotland. Informant: Alistair Urquhart, Marlin, WA. Death: 1-04-1931, R-3, near Marlin, Grant Co, WA. 8:20 p.m.  Cause: Septic Pneumonia of 2 days duration. Contributory: Flu and past ____ abscess of 8 days duration. Operated on abscess. L M Thompson, MD, Odessa, WA. Burial: Marlin, WA on Jan 6, 1931. Undertaker: T E Jenkins, Ephrata, WA.” (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death)

Urquhart, Duncan  (1888-1889;  3 on 1) (Hist of Cem; s/o Geo & Helen)

 Urquhart, Elizabeth  (1890-1892 (Hist of Cem; d/o Geo & Helen)

Urquhart, George E; (1847-1916;  3 on 1)  “George Urquhart. Male, white, married. Birth: Jan 22, 1847, Scotland. Age: 69 yrs 3 days. Occupation: Stock and fruit grower. Father: Duncan Urquhart, born Scotland; Mother: Catherine McIntosh, born Scotland. Informant: Helen Urquhart, Krupp, WA.  Death: Jan 25, 1916, at 8:20 a.m.  Cause: apoplexy. E K Wolfe, MD, Krupp. Burial: Krupp, WA. Undertaker: C M Phillips, Almira, WA.” (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death) 

Urquhart, Helen S;  (1863-1960;  3 on 1) “Helen Sime Urquhart.  Died: 12-06-1960.  Birth: 9-29-1863. Buried: Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health Burial Permit card; d. 12-06-1960) “Mrs Helen Sime Urquhart, 97, died Tuesday at Marlin. She established the first home in Marlin in 1887.  Her husband, George Urquhart, was one of the Urquhart brothers who purchased the Crab Creek cattle ranch from Henry Marlin in 1876. Mr and Mrs Urquhart were married the following year, June 22, 1887, and came directly to Marlin from Scotland.  They arrived at Ritzville, the nearest railway station, on July 10, and drove across country to the ranch at Marlin, where a new home was under construction. They would make the Ritzville trip, about 40 miles away, about twice a year to get groceries, and the young bride would often go for six months without seeing another woman. Bands of friendly Indians traveled through the Urquhart meadow on the way to Yakima. They usually stopped a few days to dig camas roots and would measure the Urquhart chldren’s feet and make beautiful beaded moccasins for them. Young Indians mothers proudly brought their babies on beaded boards to show her.  She was living there when the railway was built through this area. When homesteaders began to come at the turn of the century the Urquharts platted the Town of Krupp (now Marlin) and built a hotel, which Mrs Urquhart managed.  In her 73 years there Mrs Urquhart saw the changes ________  ________ cattle country to the dry land wheat farms, the coming of the military, adoption of airplanes to farming. George Urquhart died in 1916. The pioneer family had six children, three preceding their mother in death. Survivors are the two daughters, Mrs Catherine Cater and Mrs Grace Cruickshank in Marlin, with whom Mrs Urquhart made her home, and a son, Allister, of Sunnyside.  There are seven grandchildren, Jennie Schell, Marlin; Helen Phillips, Newport; Nora Cizik, Quincy; Charlotte Larson, Winston-Salem, NC; Barbara Urquhart, Portland; George Urquhart, Ellensburg; Helen Urquhart, Spokane. There are 12 great grandchildren and three nieces, Helen James, Sunnyside; Isabel Carmichael and Dora Keigley of Spokane, and one nephew, John Urquhart, Seattle. Funeral services have been set for Thursday afternoon from the Marlin United Presbyterian Church, at 2:00 p.m., the Rev A Hausauer, officiating. Burial will be in the Marlin cemetery.” (Odessa Record: 12-08-1960)

Urquhart, John;  (1860-1924 (or 1869-1925)  “Marlin pioneer John Urquhart died in Spokane January 19. He was born in Sutherlin, Scotland, 62 years ago and in 1905 married Katherine Sime, who survives him together with their four children. Urquhart came to the Big Bend area of Washington Territory in 1885, joining his brothers who had come to the Crab Creek Valley in 1876. He went into the cattle and sheep business and planted a large orchard just out of Marlin. He served in three sessions of the state legislature as Grant County’s representative, beginning in 1913. He was the author of the Quincy Valley Irrigation Bill. In 1915, he established the North Central Highway.” (75 Yrs Ago in 1-27-2000 representing Odessa Record: 1-23-1925) “John Urquhart. Male, white, married, farmer. Husband of Kathrine Urquhart. Birth: March 18, 1864, Scotland. Age: 60 yrs 10 mos 2 days. Father: Duncan Urquhart, born Scotland; Mother: Katrine McIntosh, born Scotland. Informant: Mrs Kathrine Urquhart, Marlin, WA. Death: Jan 19, 1925, 9:15 p.m. at Sacred Heart Hospital, Spokane, WA. Cause: Luetic Aortitis; contributory: aortic stenosis; coroner’s case. A C Baker, MD, coroner. Burial: Marlin, WA on Jan 22, 1925. Undertaker: Hennessey & Calloway, Spokane, WA.” (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death);

Urquhart, Lydia B;  (1911-2012;   2 on 1, with Alastair) Urquhart , Lydia B Ramm;  (1911-2012);   2 on 1, with Alastair);   “Lydia B. Urquhart died March 29, 2012 in Puyallup , Wash. She was born April 12, 1912 to Herman and Magdalena Ramm at Ruff. She lived her early years on the family farm near Ruff.  Lydia married Alistair Urquhart in 1937. They lived in Marlin and Sunnyside. After Alistair’s death, Lydia moved to Spokane and eventually to Puyallup Lydia is survived by a daughter, Barbara Clark of Puyallup , and a son, George Urquhart, of Enterprise , Ore. ; four grandchildren; James Clark and Scott, Ross and Tammy Urquhart; two great-grandchildren, Holly Clark and Leo Urquhart and numerous nieces and nephews.  Lydia was preceded in death by her husband Alistair and daughter Helen Terzieff.  Burial will be at the Marlin Cemetery on April 14, 2012.” ( Odessa Record: 4-05-2012) 

Wagner, Amiel J;  (1875-1956; 2 on 1) Amiel John Wagner, son of Johannes and Anna Marie (Hose) Wagner, was born in Germany on 5-13-1875. He married Daisy Olive Weldon on 12-03-1913 in Seattle. They had two children, John W Wagner and Esther Mary Wagner Miller. He died 9-21-1956.  “Emil Wagner.—His home, Vista, CA. Survived by wife, Daisy, at the home; one daughter, Esther Miller of Vista, CA; one son, John Wagner of Spokane; 2 brothers, William Wagner of Clovis, NM, Oscar of Marlin, WA; 3 sisters, Mrs Anna Zickler of Marlin, WA; Mrs Mary Mundy of Flemming, CO, Mrs Hannah Lock of Toppenish, WA. Graveside services, Thursday, Sept 27 at 2 p.m. in the Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA. Mr Glessner officiating. Strate Funeral Home, Odessa, in charge.”  (scrapbook obit: 1956)

Wagner, Daisy O;  (1886-1973; 2 on 1, with Amiel J) “Graveside services were held Friday morning at 11 a.m. at the Marlin Cemetery for Mrs Daisy Olive Wagner who died Feb 11, 1973, at Tri-City Hospital, Oceanside, CA.  She was born Daisy Olive Welden at San Gabriel, CA on July 14, 1886. On Dec 3, 1913 she was married to Amiel John Wagner at Seattle. They made their home at Wilson Creek and later went to Post Falls, Idaho where they operated a dairy ranch. She was a long-time member of the Cedar Creek Club of that city.  They made their home in Vista, CA after retirement. Her husband passed away on Sept 21, 1956. She is survived by one son: John W Wagner of Deer Park, and one daughter, Esther Mary (Mrs Albert Miller of Vista, CA).  She is also survived by three grandsons; two brothers: Oscar Welden, Sr of Seattle, and Walter I Welden of El Centro, CA.  The graveside service was under the direction of the Strate Funeral Home with the Rev A Hausauer officiating.” (Odessa Record: 2-22-1973) “Word has been received from Vista, CA, that Mrs Daisy Wagner has died at the home of her daughter, Mrs Esther Miller. There will be graveside services this week at the Marlin Cemetery, where he husband Emil Wagner is buried. Daisy Wagner was a sister-in-law of Oscar Wagner and an aunt of Archie Zickler. Her daughter, Mrs Esther Miller, lived in Vista, CA and son John Wagner, in Deer Park. The Emil Wagners were pioneer farmers south of Marlin.” (Odessa Record: 2-15-1973)

Wagner, Oscar A;  (1890-1987;  2 on 1)  Oscar A Wagner was born 1-17-1890 in Iowa, married Selma Bertha Bruhst in Krupp on 6-30-1915, and died 3-31-1987 in College Place, Walla Walla Co, WA.

Wagner, Selma B;  (1891-1960;  2 on 1, with Oscar A) “Selma Bertha Wagner.  Died: 8-31-1960; Birth: 7-23-1891. Burial: Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial card: d. 8-31-1960) “Funeral services for Selma Bertha Wagner, 69, were held from the Odessa Baptist Church on Saturday. The Rev Galen Glessner of Marlin and the Rev Edward Kopf, Odessa, officiated at the service. The service was arranged by the Strate Funeral Home. Pall bearers were Ingwer Thomsen, Elmer Thomsen, Christ Larson, Lester Friend, Ernie Lundquist and Adam Roth, Marlin neighbors.  Mrs Wagner was born at Seattle on July 23, 1891. She grew to womanhood there and on June 30, 1915 was married to Oscar Wagner at Marlin. She lived 45 years on the farm there. She died Aug 31, 1960, at the home four miles southwest of Marlin, after an extended illness. She is survived by her husband, Oscar Wagner, at the home.” (Odessa Record: 9-08-1960)

Weber, Anna;  (1886-1961;  2 on 1, with Conrad) “Anna Weber.  Died: 9-03-1961; Birth: 9-10-1886. Buried: Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial card) “Funeral services for Anna Weber, 74, who died Sunday at her Marlin home, were held from the Marlin Presbyterian church at 11 a.m. today, Thursday. The Rev A H Grabow officiated. Arrangements were in charge of the Strate Funeral Home.  Nephews served as pallbearers, including Peter, Jacob and William Litt and Andrew, Fred and Peter Litt.  Edna Mae Pfeifer and Phyllis Underwood sang ‘Nearer my God to Thee’ and ‘Asleep in Jesus’, accompanied by Delores Cook.  Anna Litt was born Sept 10, 1886, in Dingle, Russia, where she grew to womanhood. She was married in Russia on Feb 26, 1908, to Conrad Weber. They came to America in 1912 to Lincoln, NE, then on to Washington in 1914 to Wilson Creek. They then farmed south of Marlin until 1946, when they retired to a home in Marlin.  She is survived by her husband at the home; four sons, Peter, of Wilson Creek; Jacob, Lincoln, NE; Henry, Odessa; and Reinhold, Marlin; two daughters, Mrs Clara Haase, Odessa; and Mrs Rose Anna Cramer, Portland; and 12 grandchildren.” (Odessa Record: Sept 7, 1961) “Anna Weber.—Her home, Marlin, WA. Survived by her husband, Conrad, at the home; 4 sons, Peter Weber, Wilson Creek, WA; Jacob Weber, Lincoln, NE; Henry Weber, Odessa, WA; Reinhold Weber, Marlin, WA; 2 daughters, Mrs Clara Haase, Odessa, WA; Mrs Rose Anna Kramer, Portland, OR; 12 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Sept 7 at 11 a.m. from Presbyterian Church, Marlin, WA, Rev Grabow officiating. Interment Marlin Cemetery. Strate Funeral Home, Odessa, WA, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: Sept 1961)

Weber, Conrad;  (1888-1967;  2 on 1) “Conrad Weber.  Died: 12-12-1967. Buried: Marlin Cemetery.” (Lincoln Co Health burial card) “Conrad Weber.  Died: 12-12-1967; Birth: 9-25-1888, Russia; Widowed; Father: George C Weber. Mother: unknown. Buried: Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA.”  (Lincoln Co Health death card) “Conrad Weber.—His home, Marlin, WA. Survived by 4 sons, Peter Weber, Wilson Creek, WA; Jacob Weber, Lincoln, NE; Henry Weber, Odessa, WA; Reinhold Weber, Marlin, WA; 2 daughters, Mrs Clara Haase, Odessa, WA; Mrs Rose Anna Kramer, Linwood, WA; 12 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren. Funeral services Friday, Dec 15, 11 a.m., Zion Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Odessa, WA, Pastor Elmer Wenzel officiating. Interment Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Odessa, WA, in charge.” (Spokesman Review: 12-11-1967) {Edit: son Peter Weber buried Wilson Creek Cemetery.}

Weber, Eugene;  (1919-1938;  2 on 1) “Eugene Weber; Died Jan 2, 1938; Funeral at church at Marlin; Minister was Rev Grabow of Marlin, WA; Member of Lutheran Church and Marlin High School; Bearers: Jack Goetz, Robert Engle; Roger Schlimmer; Dick Goetz, Otto Schell, Delmer Deife. Burial: Cemetery at Marlin. (Mortuary Ledger) “Eugene Weber, 18, Marlin high school youth, will be buried from the Marlin Lutheran church on Friday, with the Rev A Grabow officiating. The youth died at a Spokane hospital on Sunday, after spending six weeks there.  Born Feb 21, 1919, Eugene Weber had spent his lifetime in the Marlin region and at the time of his last illness was a student in the high school there, taking ill on Nov 18.  Survivors include his parents, Mr and Mrs Conrad Weber of Marlin; four brothers, Pete, Marlin; Jacob, Lincoln, NE; Henry and Reinhold, at home; two sisters, Clara and Rosie, at home.  Pallbearers will be selected from youthful friends and will include Jack Goetz, Robert Engle, Roger Schlimmer, Dick Goetz, Otto Schell, and Velmor Deife. The Strate Funeral Home will be in charge.” (Odessa Record: 1-06-1938)

Weber, Fred; (1918-1918;  2 on 1;  Children of Conrad and Anna Litt Weber)

Weber, Reinhold ‘Reiny’  (Dec 24, 1922-June 13, 2002)  “Reinhold (Reiny) Weber, 79, a lifelong Marlin resident, died Thursday, June 13, at Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center. He was born Dec 24, 1922, on a dryland farm northeast of Marlin to Conrad and Anna (Litt) Weber. He graduated from Marlin High School in 1942, where he excelled in basketball. His love of basketball continued as he played on the town team for years.  He served in the US Army, stationed in Okinawa for a tour of duty. He received an honorable discharge in 1949. He married June Alling, of Almira, on Feb 12, 1950. He worked on the Fiess farms for 32 years until he retired, then did occasional work on the Mayberry farm. Through the years, Reiny enjoyed his garden and taking care of his yard, but one of his greatest hoys was his grandchildren visiting.  Reiny is survived by June, his wife of 52 years, and four children, Luanne and her husband Rob Lehman and their daughter Emily, of Hillsboro, OR; Carla and her husband Keith Sams, her sons Charles and Travis Stevens, and Keith’s children Ben, Jacob and Jessica, of Moses Lake; Ernie and his wife Debbie Weber and their children Kelsi and Cade, of Moses Lake, and Shelley and her husband Mark Bergman and their boys Tanner and Tyler, of Spokane.  He is also survived by his brother Henry Weber and his wife Olga and sisters Clara Haase and Rosanne Kramer, all of Odessa, and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Conrad and Anna (Litt) Weber, and brothers Fred, Eugene, Pete and just a month ago, Jake.  Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 22, at 11 a.m. at the Wilson Creek School Commons in Wilson Creek. There will be a private interment at Marlin Cemetery.” (Odessa Record: June 2002) 

Westenhiser, Dorothy H (Nov 1898-May 1978)  (Dorothy Westenhiser was buried in the Seattle area.)

Woods, Victor Lansing;  (July 14, 1920-Jan 18, 1977, Cpl. US Marine)  “Victor L Woods. Died: 18 Jan 1977, age 56, Spokane City, Spokane Co, WA. Residence: Grant Co, WA.” (WA Death Index: Certificate #001794); “Victor Woods. Born: 14 July 1920. Died: Jan 1977. Last Residence: Soap Lake, Grant Co, WA.” (SS Death Index)

Woods, Viola M;  (May 13, 1921-Apr 16, 1991; parents, Guy and Emma Ralls)  “Viola May Woods, born May 12, 1921 in Almira, had lived most of her life in this area. She passed away on April 16 in Seattle. She served with the US Army in World War II.  She is survived by two sons, Gregg Woods of Spokane, and Doug Woods of Seattle, and a sister, Merle Fiess of Wilson Creek. Funeral services were held Saturday, April 20 at Ephrata’s Nicoles Funeral Chapel, which was in charge. Burial followed at the Marlin Cemetery. Rev David Vanderdoes officiated.”  (Odessa Record: 4-25-1991)

Zickler, Anne M;   (1874-1963; 2 on 1, with John) “Anna Marie Zickler.  Died: 6-04-1963, Marlin, WA. Father: John Wagner. Mother: Marie Hose.  Spouse: widowed.  Buried: Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA.” (Lincoln County Health death card) “Anna Marie Zickler. Died: 6-04-1963; Birth: 2-04-1874; Buried: Marlin Cemetery, Marlin, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health burial card) “Funeral services for Anna Marie Zickler, 89, were held from the Marlin Presbyterian church Friday morning. The Rev A Hausauer officiated with burial in the Marlin Cemetery, under the direction of the Strate Funeral Home.  Pallbearers were Edward Batterman, Lester Friend, Ray Gilbertson, J D Keller, Chris Larsen Sr, and Ingwer Thomsen.  Mrs Zickler died in the Odessa Memorial hospital the previous Tuesday after a two week stay. Her death closed another chapter of the homestead days in the Marlin area. Born in Essen, Germany, Feb 4, 1874, she had come to America and located in Iowa, where she married John Zickler. When a colony of relatives decided to come west to homestead, she and Mr Zickler joined the group later. The Zickler family was persistent, remaining on the same property until now, successful operators. Survivors include two sons, Archie Zickler, Marlin; William J Zickler, Abilene, TX; two daughters, Mrs Elsie Joy, Spokane; Mrs Eleanor Norton, Glendale, CA; 8 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; one great great grandchild; one sister, Mrs Mary Munday, Sterling, Colo.; one brother, Oscar Wagner, Marlin.” (1892 wedding photo in obit; Odessa Record: 6-13-1963)  “William Zickler of Abilene, Texas, arrived on Wednesday evening, and Mrs Eleanor Norton of Glendale, CA, and her son, Lamoyne Norton of Woodland, CA, arrived on Thursday evening, all traveling by plane, for their mother’s funeral. Mrs Norton and son left on Monday for their home.” (Odessa Record: 6-13-1963)

 Zickler, John;  (1867-1934;  2 on 1)  “John Zickler, residing Marlin, WA, Length in Reg. District: 32 yrs 4 mos; In US, 63 yrs. Male, white, married, husband of Anna Mary Zickler. Birth: 12-13-1867, aged 66 yrs 1 mos 9 days. Birth: Essen Germany. Farmer.  Father: William Zickler, born Germany; Mother: Marg/Mary Wartenbach, born Germany. Informant: Archie Zickler, Marlin, WA. Death: Jan 22, 1934, 1 p.m.; Marlin, Grant Co, WA. Cause: Cerebral thrombosis of 2 days. Contributory: Hypertension and arteriosclerosis of 2 months. John Anderson, MD, Almira, WA. Burial: Marlin, WA on Jan 28, 1934. T E Jenkins, Undertaker, Ephrata, WA.” (WA State Board of Health: Cert. of Death)

Zickler, Lydia;  (1903-1903, infant of John and Anna Zickler)


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