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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ George W. Gray Kyle ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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George "Gray" W. Gray Kyle
LAST NAME: Kyle FIRST NAME: George MIDDLE NAME: W. Gray NICKNAME: Gray
MAIDEN NAME:  AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
TITLE:  GENDER: M MILITARY: 
BORN: 24 Jan 1896 DIED: 26 Jan 1919 BURIED: 27 Jan 1919
ETHNICITY:   OCCUPATION:  
BIRTH PLACE:  Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Seattle, King Co., Washington
NOTES: 

IOOF - Gray Kyle, male, age 23 y's 2 d's, died in Seattle, Washington of influenza

Name of father James McClenahan Kyle

Maiden name of mother Jennie M. Gray

1900 OR CENSUS - Geroge G. Kyle, age 4, b. Jan 1896 in Oregon, is enumerated with James M. Kyle, age 32, occupation fruit buyer, b. Jul 1867 in Ohio, and his wife of 5 years, Jennie, age 30, mother of 2, b. Dec 1869 in Iowa, along with Hugh W., age 2, b. Mar 1898 in Oregon.

1910 OR CENSUS - George W. Gray Kyle, age 16, b. Oregon, is enumerated with mother Jennie G. Kyle, age 48, divorced, mother of 2, b. Iowa, and Hugh Wallace, age 12, b. Oregon.

MARRIAGE - Gray Kyle md Mildred Mary Graham 25 Apr 1916 in Multnomah Co., Oregon

Kyle-Graham Wedding.

Miss Mildred Graham, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. J. N. Graham, 346 East Twentieth street, and Gray Kyle of Stanfield, son of James M. Kyle, mayor of Stanfield, were married at noon yesterday at St. David's Episcopal church. Miss Edith Olds was maid of honor and Hugh Kyle, brother of the bridegroom, was best man.

It was a simply arranged ceremony, the bride wearing her traveling suit. She approached the altar on the arm of her father and Rev. Thomas Jenkins read the ceremony. The church was decorated in palms and Easter lilies. A wedding breakfast followed the church services at the home of the bride's parents, with only the bridal party and family present.

Mr. Kyle formerly lived in Salem and is now connected with the Bank of Stanfield. He attended the Oregon Agricultural college and is a member of Gamma Upsilon franternity.

Mr. and Mrs. Kyle left for a two weeks' trip to Newport, after which they will be at home to their friends at Stanfield.

Oregon Journal 26 Apr 1916, pg 9

 

DEATH CERTIFICATE: 

"Grey" Kyle, in Washington State Death Index. 

OBITUARY: 

Former Salem Man Dies After Siege of Influenza
Coming as a shock to his many friends in Salem is the news of the death of Gray Kyle, former Salem young man, in Stanfield, Wash., following an attack of influenza. F.G. Myers, of the Spa, is making arrangements for the funeral which will be held at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon with services at the Webb & Clough chapel.
Gray Kyle is the son of James Kyle, who is now in Seattle. His brother, Hugh Kyle, is attending college at Corvallis. It will be remembered that his mother, whose family is among the oldest around here, was killed in an automobile accident in Salem about a year ago.
Besides his father and brother, the deceased leaves a wife and small daughter. His wife is a daughter of Captain Graham, president of the Oregon City Transportation company, and is well known in Salem.
Mr. Kyle attended school in Berkeley and since going to Washington was engaged in banking. He is the owner of the building occupied by The Spa.
Oregon Statesman 28 Jan 1919 1:6

INSCRIPTION: 

Gray Kyle
1896 - 1919

SOURCES: 

LR 

LD 

IOOF Register of Burials

Saucy Survey & Photographs

1900 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Salem Ward 2, ED 131, sheet 6B

1910 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Salem Ward 3, ED 223, sheet 8B)

Oregon Marriages, 1906-1920

OJ 26 Apr 1916, pg 9

OS 28 Jan 1919 1:6

John D. Richert

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