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William Jessie Creson
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Birth: Aug. 27, 1873
Iowa, USA
Death: Sep. 11, 1945
McMinnville
Yamhill County
Oregon, USA

The Telephone Register, McMinnville, Oregon, Thursday, September 13, 1945

W.J. CRESON, 72, DIES HERE; FINAL SERVICES CONDUCTED TODAY

William J. Creson, 72, died Tuesday in McMinnville where he had been residing. Funeral services were at 3 p.m. in Macy's memorial chapel Thursday (today) and interment was at Brookside cemetery at Dayton. Rev. S.J. Osborne officiated.

Creson was born in Iowa, Aug. 27, 1873, the son of Samuel Creson and Nancy Hutchens Creson. His wife, who was Lulu Craven before her marriage, died in 1933. He is survived by a son, Donald O. Creson of Bremerton, Wash., and by two sisters, Mrs. Anna Owen of Salem and Mrs. Rachel E. Jefferies of McMinnville. 
 
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 Parents:
  Samuel Davis Creson (1836 - 1918)
  Nancy Adaline Hutchens Creson (1850 - 1894)
 
 Spouse:
  Lula May Doud Craven Creson (1876 - 1933)
 
 Siblings:
  John Thomas Creson (1867 - 1922)*
  William Jessie Creson (1873 - 1945)
  Oscar Henry Creson (1874 - 1930)*
  Lilly Ann Creson Abdill (1876 - 1967)*
  Leonard Clarence Creson (1888 - 1926)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Brookside Cemetery
Dayton
Yamhill County
Oregon, USA
 
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Record added: Jan 10, 2005
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