|Birth: ||Jul. 11, 1855|
|Death: ||May 17, 1925|
Spokane Daily Chronicle
Old Pioneer Taken By Death
Mrs. Anna Bonham Came Here 40 Years Ago-Died Here Yesterday , May 17, 1925.
Mrs. Anna Bonham, 65, a real pioneer resident of Spokane and the Inland Empire, died yesterday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hal J. Cole, W716 Third avenue. Mrs. Bonham had resided in the Inland Empire 40 years. For two years she taught school on the Colville reservation at Tonasket. In 1900 she was an enumerator in the taking of the United State census.
She crossed the plains in a covered wagon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mires, in 1853. In 1895, with her husband Calvin R. Bonham, she moved to Tyler, Washington, where Calvin Bonham died on July 2, 1911.
Besides her sister, Mrs. Bonham is survived by three brothers, Benton Mires of Drain, Oregon, Austin Mires of Ellensburg, Washington and John S. Mires of Daisy, Washington, a sister, Mrs. Hannibal J. Cole of Spokane, Washington and one son, Miles K. Bonham, of Tyler, Washington.
John Harris Mires (1823 - 1888)
Anna Maria Deardorff Mires (1817 - 1894)
Calvin Rule Bonham (1844 - 1911)*
Mires K. Bonham (1884 - 1932)*
Anna Mires Bonham (1855 - 1925)
Margaret M. Mires Roadman (1857 - 1889)*
John Solomon Mires (1863 - 1939)*
Lance Hill Cemetery
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