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Subject: INGALLS, Emma, obituary
Date: 19 Mar 2005 22:13:35 -0700
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Surnames: INGALLS, HOWE, LOWNSBERRY, ALTNO
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The Hood River Glacier, Hood River, OR., October 21, 1920, page 1
MRS. INGALLS’ FUNERAL LAST WEEK
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Ingalls, aged 78, were held at the Anderson chapel Wednesday afternoon of last week, Rev. J.L. Hershner officiating.
Mrs. Ingalls, whose death occurred Monday morning, arrived in Hood River November 10, 1875, with the Parkhurst colony, a party recruited from New York towns. Her husband, who died 18 years ago, homesteaded a place in the Barrett district, planting one of the first commercial orchards.
The following sons and daughters survive: James and Fred Ingalls and Mrs. Fred Howe, of Hood River, and Mrs. Jesse Altno, of Southern California.
Emmett Josephine Lownsberry was born in Tioga county, Pennsylvania, July 31, 1842. She was married to Alfred Ingalls May 1, 1862. The latter died January 3, 1904. She with her husband united with the Valley Christian church in April, 1886.
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