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 Grace Eleanor <I>Heston</I> Hamlin

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Grace Eleanor Heston Hamlin

Birth
Knox County, Illinois, USA
Death
7 Dec 1965 (aged 86)
Medford, Jackson County, Oregon, USA
Burial
Medford, Jackson County, Oregon, USA
Plot
Old Section Row 47, Crypt D
Memorial ID
34350546 View Source

Daughter of John W Heston & Hester A (Unknown), married James William Hamlin.
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Medford Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore., Wednesday, December 8, 1965
Longtime Resident Grace Hamlin Dies
Mrs. Grace Hamlin, 94, widow of the late James William Hamlin and a longtime resident of the Rogue Valley, died Tuesday night in a Medford nursing home.
As Grace Heston, Mrs. Hamlin came to Southern Oregon from Iowa in 1895. Christmas day of the same year she was married in Grants Pass to Mr. Hamlin.
They made their home in Grants Pass for about 10 years, then moved to Brownsville in the Willamette Valley. In 1918, they returned to Jackson County and established their home at 137 N. Oakdale Ave., where they resided until after Mr. Hamlin's death.
Mrs. Hamlin was a member of the Rebekah Lodge for more than 40 years and of the First Methodist Church of Medford.
She is survived by one son, Lloyd Hamlin, Medford; and four daughters, Mrs. Stella Darby, Ashland, Mrs. Ruth Elder, Ontario, Ore., and Mrs. Ruby Smith and Mrs. Edna Mole, both of Medford.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Perl Funeral Home.
(Note: Josephine County marriage records give a date of 31 Dec 1896)

Daughter of John W Heston & Hester A (Unknown), married James William Hamlin.
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Medford Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore., Wednesday, December 8, 1965
Longtime Resident Grace Hamlin Dies
Mrs. Grace Hamlin, 94, widow of the late James William Hamlin and a longtime resident of the Rogue Valley, died Tuesday night in a Medford nursing home.
As Grace Heston, Mrs. Hamlin came to Southern Oregon from Iowa in 1895. Christmas day of the same year she was married in Grants Pass to Mr. Hamlin.
They made their home in Grants Pass for about 10 years, then moved to Brownsville in the Willamette Valley. In 1918, they returned to Jackson County and established their home at 137 N. Oakdale Ave., where they resided until after Mr. Hamlin's death.
Mrs. Hamlin was a member of the Rebekah Lodge for more than 40 years and of the First Methodist Church of Medford.
She is survived by one son, Lloyd Hamlin, Medford; and four daughters, Mrs. Stella Darby, Ashland, Mrs. Ruth Elder, Ontario, Ore., and Mrs. Ruby Smith and Mrs. Edna Mole, both of Medford.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Perl Funeral Home.
(Note: Josephine County marriage records give a date of 31 Dec 1896)


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