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dlrb (#47092929)
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Bio Photo Researcher for the Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, 18th & University St., Eugene, OR
For a map of the cemetery, go to

If you have an addition or correction, please give me the SOURCE of your information in your request as I also maintain the database of burials for the cemetery association.

The obituaries for Eugene deaths may be searched at

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Jim Dezotell
Thank you
I didn't know that the University actively moved burials to West Lawn Cemetery. Something that I will watch out for in the future.
Added by Jim Dezotell on Dec 12, 2014 9:17 AM
Jim Dezotell
Wrong Cemetery
Hi, just to let you know, your posting for Celia Hooning is in the wrong cemetery. I have a Find A Grave marker for her as well with her headstone. It is at:
Added by Jim Dezotell on Nov 30, 2014 11:06 AM
Irving Loomis
Relative of a relative. I don't need to maintain it. Hopefully someday a closer relative will ask.
I have been doing extensive research on the family, so I was just trying to be helpful and link everyone I found. I accomplished that for most of his siblings; can't locate death/burial for his dad yet, Charles Herbert Loomis. His mother, Meritta I. Loomis, was present when a tragic incident happened in Brown Co., Minnesota April 1862, which resulted in the death of many of her family and neighbors. I got fascinated with the story; I wanted to learn what became of the people, and learned how closely my relative was related to them.

Interesting history if you find time to read it.
Thanks for your help with Irving. DiAnn
Added by DiAnn on Nov 14, 2014 10:09 AM
Daniel Haynes
Thank you.
Added by DHistorian on Jul 09, 2014 10:52 AM
RE: Re Mary Kenney
Thanks to the Eugene newspaper link you provided I was also able to find her obituary which mentions her son Frank:

Added by Scott on May 28, 2014 6:39 AM
RE: Re Mary Kenney
Her marriage record & census records. Mary Ann Weininger married Joseph Kinny on July 5, 1865 in Winnebago County, Ill.

They are listed on the 1870 census in Pecatonia, Winnebago County: Joseph Kinney, 38, Ireland; Mary A., 29, Ohio; Nora, 4, Ill.; George, 13, Minnesota; Wm., 12, Iowa (George and Wm. were Joseph's sons by his 1st wife). Mary's parents John & Elizabeth Wynegar are listed in nearby.

In 1880 they are listed in Ulysses Township, Butler County, Nebr.; Joseph A. Kinney, 37, Ireland; Mary A. (wife), 35, Ohio; Nora (daughter), 14, Ill.; Franklin (son), 5, Nebr. Joseph and Mary's parents are buried in Ulysses.

The son Franklin must be the "Frank" listed in Mary's mortuary record. Her death in Eugene, Oregon was also mentioned in the Ulysses paper which notes she was a member of the Wynegar family.


Added by Scott on May 28, 2014 6:34 AM
Sidney Wakefield
Hi again DLRB, There are several Wakefields, listed in the white pages, that live in Eugene, Oregon. Maybe one of them can help you for info on next of living kin for Sidney.
Added by Bonnie on Apr 21, 2014 8:51 AM
RE: Sidney Wakefield
Hi DRLB, Sorry I am not a descendent of Sidney's.
I gather info on all fallen soldiers from Trumbull Co., Ohio.

Added by Bonnie on Apr 21, 2014 8:28 AM
Michael Kokes
RE: Charles W. Fitch memorial.
Looks like you already found C. W. Fitch's father buried in Pennsylvania. I see the memorials are now attached. I haven't been to the Eugene cemetery and don't know about the Linn's there. Nannie Linn I know moved to Portland about 1895. She was from Jacksonville and had at least 1 brother living there in 1883. I don't know where Nanny is buried, might be hard to find her if she remarried. Thanks for the correction.
Added by Michael Kokes on Mar 21, 2014 5:28 PM
Wendy Guion
Winfield St. John
I appreciate that you tried to find a burial site for Winfield. Thanks for the attempt.
Added by Wendy Guion on Feb 25, 2014 1:01 PM
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