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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ George W. Bigham ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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George W. Bigham
LAST NAME: Bigham FIRST NAME: George MIDDLE NAME: W. NICKNAME: 
MAIDEN NAME:  AKA 1: Bingham AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
TITLE: Mr. GENDER: M MILITARY: 
BORN: 26 Sep 1862 DIED: 30 Oct 1913 BURIED: 4 Nov 1913
ETHNICITY:   OCCUPATION:  Manufacturer (Soda Water)
BIRTH PLACE:  Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Jackson Co., Oregon
NOTES: 
OSBH DC (Jackson County 1913) #3809 - George W. Bigham - male, married, Soda Water manufacturer, b. 26 Sep 1862 in Oregon, d. 30 Oct 1913 in Oregon (32 South, Range 1 West, Jackson Co.) at the age of 51 y's 1 m 4 d's, name of father John Bigham (b. Ireland), maiden name of mother Allie Cathey (b. North Carolina), interment 5 Nov, undertaker J. A. Perl of Medford, Oregon, informant P. C. Bigham of Medford, Oregon; died of an accidental gunshot wound through the liver.
1910 OR CENSUS - George W. Bigham, age 47, occupation soda maker, b. Iowa, is enumerated with his wife Mollie, age 47, mother of 4 children 3 of whom are living at the time of the census, b. Oregon, along with Hazel, age 21, b. Oregon, and Cheat, age 12, b. Oregon.
DEATH CERTIFICATE: 
OBITUARY: 
Funeral of George W. Bingham.  The funeral of George W. Bingham was held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 from the First Christian church.  Rev. F. T. Porter officiated.  Members of the B. P. O. Elks held services following the regular services at the church. Special music was given by the Christian church quartet.  The pall bearers were: Frank Pape, Frank Ward, August E. Huckenstein and Arthur Moore.  The burial took place in the Odd Fellows cemetery. 
Oregon Statesman 5 Nov 1913 5:3
INSCRIPTION: 
No marker has been placed.
SOURCES: 
OSBH DC (Jackson County 1913) #3809 
Barrick #40 
1910 OR CENSUS (Clackamas Co., Oregon City, ED 42, sheet 10B)
OS 5 Nov 1913 5:3
CONTACTS: 
LOT: 171 SPACE: 3 SW - S 1/2 LONGITUDE:  LATITUDE: 
 
 

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