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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Albert Linegar ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Albert Linegar
LAST NAME: Linegar FIRST NAME: Albert MIDDLE NAME:  NICKNAME: 
MAIDEN NAME:  AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
TITLE:  GENDER: M MILITARY: 
BORN: 2 Jul 1874 DIED: 11 Feb 1941 BURIED: 14 Feb 1941
ETHNICITY:   OCCUPATION:  Farmer
BIRTH PLACE:  Plano, Kendall Co., Illinois
DEATH PLACE: Monmouth, Polk Co., Oregon
NOTES: 

Name of father William Linegar
[His parents (and older siblings), William and Harriet Linegar are enumerated in Lady Wood, Birmingham, Warwickshire , England in 1871]
1880 IL CENSUS - Albert Linegar, age 6, b. Illinois, is enumerated with father William, age 45, occupation machinist, b. England, and Harriet, age 47, b. England, along with Kate, age 19, b. England, Arthur, age 15, b. England, Fred, age 14, b. England, Harry, age 12, b. England, Ely, age 10, b. England, and Edward, age 8, b. Illinois. 
1900 NE CENSUS – Albert Linegar (b July 1874, Illinois, occupation farmer) enumerated with mother Harriet (b Sept 1832, England, widowed, mother of 8 children, 8 living at time of census), brother Edward (b Jan 1872, Illinois, married 1y, occupation farmer), Edward’s wife Alpha A. (b Oct 1868, Indiana, mother of 1 child) and Alpha’s son Clarence Fredrick (b Sept 1892, Nebraska)

1910 NE CENSUS - Albert Linegar, age 34, single, farmer, enuemrated with mother Harriet (77y, b England, widowed, mother of 8 children, 7 living at time of census)
MARRIAGE - to Hotoqua Nellie Cade, 1915

WWI Draft Registration Card – Albert Linegar, 44y, of Rt 2, Ayr, Adams co, Nebraska; born 2 July 1874; occupation farmer; nearest relative wife Hotuqua Linegar, Rt 2, Ayr, Nebraska

1920 OR CENSUS – Albert Linegar (45y, b Illinois) enumerated with wife Hutoqua N. (33y, b Nebraska) and son Arthur R. (7m, b Oregon)

1930 OR CENSUS - Albert Linegar, male, age 55, married at age 40, farmer, b. Illinois, is enumerated with wife Hutoqua, age 43, married at age 28, b. Nebraska, anong with Russell, age 11, b. Oregon and Carl, age 9, b. Oregon.

1940 OR CENSUS – Alfred Linegar (65y, b Illinois, occupation farmer) enumerated with wife Hutoqua (54y, b Nebraska) and son Carl E. (28y, b Oregon); family was living in same house in 1935

DEATH CERTIFICATE: 

OSBH DC (Polk County 1941) #16 - Albert Linegar, male, married (Hutoqua), occupation farmer, b. 2 Jul 1874 in Plano, Illinois, d. 11 Feb 1941 in Monmouth, Oregon at the age of 67 years, name of father William LInegar (b. England), maiden name of mother not given, interment 14 Feb IOOF, undertaker Walter L. Smith, informant Leslie Cade.

OBITUARY: 

Albert Linegar, well known farmer, died at his home near Monmouth Tuesday [Feb 11]. He was 66 years of age, having been born July 2, 1874. Funeral services will be held in the local Christian church on Friday, February 14, at 2:00 p.m. Rev W.A. Elkins officiating. Burial will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery, Salem. The Smith Baun mortuary is in charge of arrangements. 
Mr. Linegar died at his home in the Fairview district, five miles south of Monmouth. He was born in Plano, Ill., the youngest of a large family. In 1880 the family moved to a farm near Hastings, Neb. where his early life was spent. Following the death of his mother he came west, spending one year in California before coming to Oregon. November 10, 1915 Mr. Linegar married Hotoqua Nellie Cade and to this union two sons were born, Arthur Russell of Portland and Carl, who resides at home. He is also survived by two brothers: Harry of Hastings, Neb., and Eli of Shenandoah, Iowa. 
In 1919 they purchased a small farm northwest of Monmouth where the family lived for 10 years. They then moved to the Fairview district where they have since resided. The following were named as pallbearers: Ed Riddell, Lyman Parker, Milton Lehman, Steve Benedict, John Heffley and George Marleman. 
Monmouth Herald (Monmouth, Oregon) 13 Feb 1941, 4:5

INSCRIPTION: 

Linegar 
Albert 
1874 - 1941 
[shares east face of Cade monument with Hutoqua Cade Linegar]

SOURCES: 

LD
OSBH DC (Polk County 1941) #16
Saucy Survey & Photographs
1880 IL CENSUS (Kendall CO., Plano, pg 370D) 

1900 NE CENSUS (Adams Co, Blaine, ED 2, sheet 2B)

1910 NE CENSUS (Polk Co., Arilie, ED 13, sheet 3-B)

WWI Draft Registration Card (Ancestry.com)

1920 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, N Monmouth, ED 375, sheet 5B)

1930 OR CENSUS (Polk Co., Arilie, ED 13, sheet 3B)

1940 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Airlie, ED 27-1, sheet 2B)

MH 13 Feb 1941, 4:5

CONTACTS: 
LOT: 912 SPACE:  LONGITUDE: N 44 55.223' LATITUDE: W 123 03.000'
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