Advertisement

Advertisement

Esther Viola Edmonds Parker

Birth
Saint Joseph, Berrien County, Michigan, USA
Death
29 Oct 1944 (aged 79)
Langley, Island County, Washington, USA
Burial
Coupeville, Island County, Washington, USA Add to Map
Plot
Block 1, Lot 1
Memorial ID
View Source
Mrs. Parker grew up in Nebraska. She married William Thomas Howard in Schuyler, Nebraska on December 21, 1879. In 1906 they moved to Coueville, Washington where Mr. Howard purchased the Island County Times which he published until he died in 1924. In 1926 Mrs. Howard married Joseph H. Parker who died in 1928.

She was survived by three sons, William Thomas Howard of Olympia, Chester T. Howard of Coupeville, and James E. Howard of Gig Harbor; four daughters, Mrs. Burton (Mary Alice) Gadsden of Victoria, B.C., Mrs. Robert (Bernice) Miller of Mount Vernon, Mrs. Ellwood (Marvel) Melling of Clinton and Mrs. Jacob (Mabel) Beach of Mount Vernon; one sister, Mrs. A. R. Coles of Langley; and two brothers, George Edmonds of Glenwood, Iowa and Charles Edmonds of Retsil, Washington.
Mrs. Parker grew up in Nebraska. She married William Thomas Howard in Schuyler, Nebraska on December 21, 1879. In 1906 they moved to Coueville, Washington where Mr. Howard purchased the Island County Times which he published until he died in 1924. In 1926 Mrs. Howard married Joseph H. Parker who died in 1928.

She was survived by three sons, William Thomas Howard of Olympia, Chester T. Howard of Coupeville, and James E. Howard of Gig Harbor; four daughters, Mrs. Burton (Mary Alice) Gadsden of Victoria, B.C., Mrs. Robert (Bernice) Miller of Mount Vernon, Mrs. Ellwood (Marvel) Melling of Clinton and Mrs. Jacob (Mabel) Beach of Mount Vernon; one sister, Mrs. A. R. Coles of Langley; and two brothers, George Edmonds of Glenwood, Iowa and Charles Edmonds of Retsil, Washington.

Gravesite Details

There is no marker on her grave.


Sponsored by Ancestry

Advertisement

See more Parker or Edmonds memorials in:

Flower Delivery Sponsor and Remove Ads

Advertisement