|Death: ||Jan., 1903|
1903 (local clip)
Several from Garfield attended the funeral of Mrs. Emily Gibson in the Douglass settlement the 25th of January. She was an aged woman and a pioneer of '65, and had raised a large and well respected family, all of which survive her save one daughter who died several years ago. All her living children, save one son, were present at her bedside to see her go. She was a kind mother and grandmother, a faithful wife and neighbor, with no enemies and many friends. To know her was to love her for many good old motherly qualities. We are loth to see those good old pioneers go but they are awaiting us on the other shore.
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Death of Mrs. Gibson
Mrs. Emily Gibson died last Friday at Eagle Creek of pneumonia, age 74 years. She came to Oregon in 1868. Mrs. Gibson is survived by several children among then Ex-County School Superintendent Gibson. She was ill about one week. The interment took place in Eagle Creek.
Published in Clackamas County Record, Jan 26, 1903.
MARRIAGES: 1) Rev. Silas Garrison; 2) James Junior Gibson.
David Scott (1795 - 1849)
Holly Skinner Scott (1803 - 1923)
James Gibson (1826 - 1920)
Silas Garrison (____ - 1859)*
Phoebe Garrison Palmateer (1859 - 1914)*
Hennan Scott Gibson (1862 - 1938)*
Halley F. Gibson (1866 - 1946)*
Harry Gibson (1868 - 1888)*
Richard Byron Gibson (1869 - 1928)*
Nora Isabell Gibson Kandle (1871 - 1940)*
Cora M. Gibson Udell (1873 - 1969)*
John Scott (____ - 1852)*
Eda Edith Scott Perkins (1819 - 1883)*
Rosanna Scott (1827 - 1865)*
Hannah Scott (1827 - 1838)*
Emily Scott Gibson (1833 - 1903)
Marion Scott (1834 - 1896)*
shares with James Gibson Jr
Plot: Row 1-2
Maintained by: Craig (Gibson/Tucker) Hu...
Originally Created by: Cathy Osburn
Record added: Jul 28, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11436730
Added: Nov. 23, 2012
Mentioned in EAST GOES WEST: A History of Craft-Hill-Harris and Deshazer-Faubion-Douglass-Howlett Families by Alta D. Craft, published 1981.|
Kay and Duane Douglass
Added: Mar. 15, 2010
In memory and honor for a Grandmother that came over on the Oregon Trail. For this my daughter has taken your family name.|
Craig (Gibson/Tucker) Humes
Added: Feb. 9, 2010