|Birth: ||Jun. 18, 1819|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 12, 1898|
FUNERAL OF TALLMAN DE CLARKE - The funeral of Tallman De Clarke the pioneer railroad constructor, who died Tuesday afternoon, took place yesterday afternoon from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Haffenden. There was a large attendance of he friends of the family, and also railroad men from the city, who came to pay their last respects. At 3 o'slock two cars loaded with friends from the city arrived at the house, and filled the house and yard. The pallbearers were" J.N. Wheeler, James Wickersham, Max Young, J.W. Strait, H.E. Happersert and J.M. Quaid, railroad men , except the last, who was an old friend. Rev. J.E. Snyder, pastor of the Third Presbyterian church, conducted the services at the house in an impressive manner.
After appropriate music by the choir, Mr. Snyder read a ssketch of the deceased, speaking of his great age, which was something more than 79 years, and his long years of active service in building many miles of railroad in the early days of Oregon. He had been a very useful man in his tie. After an earnest prayer by the preacher, the choir rendered "Nearer, My God, to Thee." The remains then were conveyed to Lone Fir cemetery, where the last rites were performed. There were many floral tributes from friends.
Morning Oregonian 07-15-1898
Buried 15 Jul 1898 Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon & married Eliza D. Johnson 30 Dec 1841 Tappan, Rockland, New York.
James (Jacobus) De Clark (1785 - 1840)
Charity (Geertje) Stevens De Clark (1787 - 1857)
Eliza Johnson DeClark (1826 - 1891)*
Sarah Jane De Clark Mink (1846 - 1894)*
Clara Stephens DeClark Haffenden (1848 - 1912)*
Mary Ella DeClark Maybe (1855 - 1887)*
Annie DeClark (1856 - 1909)*
Walter DeClark (1863 - 1892)*
Margaret (Margrietje) De Clark (1809 - 1810)*
John De Clark (1811 - 1885)*
Sally Ann De Clark Stultz (1814 - 1896)*
Tallman DeClark (1819 - 1898)
Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery
Plot: Sec 21, Lot 2, Grave 1N
Created by: VDR
Record added: Sep 20, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58923764