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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Rose Anna Friebert ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Rose Anna Friebert
LAST NAME: Friebert FIRST NAME: Rose MIDDLE NAME: Anna NICKNAME: 
MAIDEN NAME: Spong AKA 1: Byrn AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
TITLE:  GENDER: F MILITARY: 
BORN: Abt 1847 DIED: 11 Dec 1914 BURIED: 12 Dec 1914
ETHNICITY:   OCCUPATION:  Housewife
BIRTH PLACE:  Logansport, Cass Co., Indiana
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
NOTES: 
Funeral Chg to Max Friebert, 1095 Broadway.

1st MARRIAGE - John Byrn, 4 Dec 1864
2nd MARRIAGE - Max Friebert 16 Oct 1887
DEATH CERTIFICATE: 
OSBH DC (Marion Co., 1914) #3359 - Rose Anna Freibert, age 67, b. Indiana, father A. Spong (b. Indiana), d. 11 Dec. 1914, Salem, Oregon, informant, Antona Byrn of 1095 Broadway St., Salem, Or.
OBITUARY: 
At the family residence, 1095 Broadway, Salem. Oregon, Friday, November 11, 1914, at 8:30 o'clock p.m., Mrs. Roseanna Friebert, aged 67 years, of paralysis. 
Mrs. Friebert was born in Logansport, Indiana in 1847, and crossed the plains to Oregon at the age of 4 years with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Spong, settling at Lincoln, in Polk County upon a homestead. She was married to John Byrn December 4, 1864, and later to Max Friebert, October 16, 1887. 
Deceased was a resident of North Salem for several years and was well known and made many friends among her neighbors. Mrs. Friebert was in good health until five weeks ago when she had a severe stroke of paralysis. 
Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters and two sons. Those are Mrs. Georgia West of Portland, Or.; Mrs. Arthur Glover, of 796 Market street; Miss Detonia Byrn and Frank Friebert, of Salem, and Claud D. Byrn of Portland; also three brothers and two sisters: Captain A. J. and J. M. Sprong of Lincoln; Phil Sprong of Cottage Grover; Mrs. Walter Black, of Carson, Wash., and Mrs. G. W. Johns of Salem. The funeral services will be held at the First Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will take place in Odd Fellows cemetery. Rev. H. E. Marshall will conduct the services. 
Daily Oregon Statesman 13 Dec 1914 2:5
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No marker

SOURCES: 
LR 
J. Plant Register
OSHB DC (Marion Co., 1914) #3359 
Saucy Survey
DOS 13 Dec 1914 2:5
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LOT: 880 SPACE: 2 SW LONGITUDE:  LATITUDE: 
 
 

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