|Birth: ||Feb. 1, 1868|
|Death: ||Jul. 12, 1958|
HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
JULY 18, 1958
When Charles Marion Noah of Fort Klamath died in Klamath Falls July 12th, the
Wood River Pioneer and Old Timer's organization of Fort Klamath lost another of
its honorary pioneer members.
Mr. Noah celebrated his 90th birthday at his home in Fort Klamath, with his
wife, Rose June (now 84) and family. He moved here in the spring of 1910 from
Glendale, in Douglas county. The family has made the Wood River Valley its home
In the early days Noah drove freight wagon between here and the nearest railroad
point, Chiloquin, and many were the tales he could tell of those times! Old
timers will recollect how he played for the old-time dances, here until some 25
years ago. With the advent of modern trucks, he went into the haying business,
working for many years putting up hay crops throughout the valley for ranchers.
Eight years ago Noah retired from active work and lived quietly at his home with
his wife and son Lloyd (Cap) Noah.
Final services were held at the Fort Klamath Community Church and concluding
services and interment were at the Fort Klamath Cemetery.
In addition to the widow, Rose June, and son Lloyd of Fort Klamath, survivors
include the daughter, Mrs. Marucie Benedict of Klamath Falls; son Roy Noah of
Port Orford, and another son Benjamin Noah presently of Fort Klamath, and eleven
CHARLES MARION NOAH born Feb 1, 1868 Deer Creek, Oregon
Died July 12, 1958 Klamath Falls, Klamath county, Oregon
Submitted by Jeanie Sawyer
Rose June Noah (1874 - 1963)
Lloyd M. "Cap" Noah (1905 - 1973)*
Fort Klamath Cemetery
Created by: USA Grannie
Record added: Jun 16, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27596280