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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Charles W. Haines ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Charles W. Haines
LAST NAME: Haines FIRST NAME: Charles MIDDLE NAME: W. NICKNAME: 
MAIDEN NAME:  AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
TITLE: Mr. GENDER: M MILITARY: Spanish American War
BORN: 31 Jul 1884 DIED: 12 Aug 1942 BURIED: 17 Aug 1942
ETHNICITY:   OCCUPATION:  
BIRTH PLACE:  Cherokee Co., Kansas
DEATH PLACE: Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon
NOTES: 

Moved from Lot #046

1910 OK CENSUS Charles W. Haines (26y, b Kansas, married 5y, occupation farmer) enumerated with wife Nora M. (23y, b Missouri, mother of 2 children) and 2 children, Forest W. (4y, b Oklahoma) and Veria A. (2y, b Oklahoma)

WWI Draft Registration card Charles W. Haines, 34y, of 418 Cleveland, Sand Springs, Tulsa Co, Oklahoma; born 31 July 1884; occupation machinist; nearest relative wife Nora B. Haines, 418 Cleveland, Sand Springs, Oklahoma

1920 CO CENSUS - Charles W. Haines, age 34, occupation farm laborer, b. Kansas, is enumerated with wife Nora, age 32, b. Arkansas, along with Forrest, age 13, Veria [Vera], age 12, Hubert, age 9, Chester, age 6, and Lester, age 2 yrs 6 months, all born in Oklahoma.

1930 CO CENSUS Charles W. Haines (46y, b Kansas, married at age 21y, occupation farmer) enumerated with wife Nora B. (43y, b Arkansas, married at age 18y) 5 children, Hubert L. (19y, b Oklahoma), Chester L. (16y, b Oklahoma), Lester O. (12y, b Oklahoma) , Alice A. (4y9m, b Colorado) and Forest W. (23y, b Oklahoma, married at age 19y, occupation farmer), Forest’s wife Charlotte E. (24y, b Colorado, married at age 19y) and their 3 children, Forest W. (3y5m, b Colorado), Eliot G. (1y8m, b Colorado) and Francis L. (7m, b Colorado)

1940 OR CENSUS Charles W. Haines (56y, b Kansas, occupation farmer) enumerated with wife Nora (53y, b Arkansas) and daughter Alice (14y, b Colorado); family was living in Caldwell, Idaho in 1935

WWII Draft Registration Card Charles W. Haines, 58, of Red Prairie Road, Buell, Polk co, Oregon (Rt 1, Sheridan); born 31 July 1883, Labette Co, Kansas; veteran of Spanish American War; person who knows address Mrs Nora Belle Haines, Rt 1, Sheridan, Oregon

DEATH CERTIFICATE: 

OSBH DC (Portland 1942) #2860 Charles W. Haines, male, married (Nora B., age 55), b. 31 Jul 1883 [sic?] in Cherokee Co., Kansas, d. 12 Aug 1942 in Portland, Oregon (Vetran's Administration Facility) at the age of 59 y's 11 d's, usual residence 2480 N. Nob Hill), name of father Norman Haines (b. Ohio), name of mother not given, undertaker Holman & Lutz, informant VAF records; AFB - Next of kin: Lester O. Haines of Wheeling, Ohio, and Chester Haines of Salem, Oregon.

OBITUARY: 

Charles W. Haines, late resident of 2480 West Nob Hill street, Salem, at the Veterans’ hospital, Portland, Wednesday, August 12, at the age of 58 years. Husband of Mrs. Nora Haines, of Salem; father of Mrs. Norman McCallister, of The Dalles, Miss Alice Haines, of Salem. Forest and Hubert Haines, of Colorado, Lester Haines of Camp Davis, NCC, and Chester Haines, of Fort Stevens, Ore.; brother of Frank Haines, in Idaho, and Mrs. Clessie Gates of Seattle; survived also by 13 grandchildren. Services will be held Monday, August 17, at 10 a.m. from Clough-Barrick chapel. Ritualistic services by Spanish-American War Veterans. 
Oregon Statesman 14 August 1942 5:1
Oregon Statesman 15 August 1942 5:1

INSCRIPTION: 

Chas. W. Haines
1884 - 1942

SOURCES: 

LR 
LD 
OSBH DC (Portland 1942) #2860 

1910 OK CENSUS (Craig Co, Township 8, ED 37, sheet 1A)

WWI Draft Registration Card (Ancestry.com)

1920 CO CENSUS (Pueblo Co., Precinct 17, ED 198, sheet 14B)

1930 CO CENSUS (Pueblo Co, Precinct 14, ED 57, sheet 1A)

1940 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, McCoy, ED 27-27, sheet 1A)

WWI Draft Registration Card (Ancestry.com)

Authorization for Burial S&H pg 25 
OS 14 August 1942 5:1 
OS 15 August 1942 5:1

CONTACTS: 
LOT: 547 SPACE: 2 NE N½ LONGITUDE: N 44 55.191' LATITUDE: W 123 02.877'
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