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Grace Ellen <I>McKenzie</I> Morgan

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Grace Ellen McKenzie Morgan

Birth
Silver City, Owyhee County, Idaho, USA
Death
21 Oct 1963 (aged 70)
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, USA
Burial
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, USA GPS-Latitude: 45.5513334, Longitude: -122.6105528
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The following obituary appeared in the Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, on October 24, 1963:
"Mrs. Grace Ellen Morgan, 2259 N. Dekum St., died Monday at Vancouver, Washington, after a lengthy illness. Her funeral will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at Miller and Tracey's with burial at Rose City Cemetery.
"A native of Silver City, Idaho, Mrs. Morgan was born September 10, 1893, and was a resident of Portland since 1915. She organized a musical group called the 'Mountain Jennys' at Portland and also taught ceramics at her home studio.
"Mrs. Morgan was a member of the Selectra Club, American Federation of Musicians Local 99 AFL-CIO, Dolly Madison Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Pepco Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary.
"She is survived by one daughter, Lois Vahl, of Vancouver, Washington; one son, Guy R. Morgan, and one foster daughter, Elaine King, both of Portland; one sister, Mrs. Winifred Larrabee, of Bainbridge Island, Washington; one brother, George McKenzie, of Daly City, California; 13 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren."
The following obituary appeared in the Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, on October 24, 1963:
"Mrs. Grace Ellen Morgan, 2259 N. Dekum St., died Monday at Vancouver, Washington, after a lengthy illness. Her funeral will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at Miller and Tracey's with burial at Rose City Cemetery.
"A native of Silver City, Idaho, Mrs. Morgan was born September 10, 1893, and was a resident of Portland since 1915. She organized a musical group called the 'Mountain Jennys' at Portland and also taught ceramics at her home studio.
"Mrs. Morgan was a member of the Selectra Club, American Federation of Musicians Local 99 AFL-CIO, Dolly Madison Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Pepco Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary.
"She is survived by one daughter, Lois Vahl, of Vancouver, Washington; one son, Guy R. Morgan, and one foster daughter, Elaine King, both of Portland; one sister, Mrs. Winifred Larrabee, of Bainbridge Island, Washington; one brother, George McKenzie, of Daly City, California; 13 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren."


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