|Birth: ||Nov. 28, 1862|
|Death: ||Oct. 29, 1922|
Mrs. Hannah Junkin Dies Sunday Night
Mrs. Hannah Junkin died at her home at 9 p. m. Sunday following a second attack of paralysis. Mrs. Junkin had been in poor health for some time, and suffered a second stroke of paralysis about September 27. The funeral will be held in the Baptist church at 2 p. m. Wednesday. The services will be conducted by Re. C. S. Treadwell. The body will be buried in the Okanogan cemetery.
The deceased was a true pioneer, born of pioneer parents. She came to this county in the early days, settling with her husband in the Olema country. She has been long and favorably known in this city where she has resided for some time.
The deceased was born in Lynn county, Oregon fourteen miles north of Salem on November 28, 1862. She spent most of her childhood there. Later, after moving to eastern Oregon, she was married to Thomas B. Junkin. Her maiden name was Hannah E. Hoskins.
Ten children, seven of whom are still living, were born to the couple. The deceased is survived by Clyde Junkin and Mrs. Blanch Key of Omak, Raymond Junkin, Myrtle Gordon and Pearl Rossborough of this city, Lloyd Junkin of Portland and Theresa Wick of Olema, besides sixteen grandchildren and an only brother who lives in Twin Falls, Idaho. The deceased was a member of the Baptist church of this city.
The Okanogan Independent - Okanogan, Washington - October 31, 1922
Thomas B Junkin (1862 - 1938)*
Ora Lloyd Junkin (1888 - 1946)*
Pearl Annie Junkin Rossborough (1889 - 1968)*
Okanogan City Cemetery
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