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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Anna Mount Kightlinger ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Anna Mount Kightlinger
MAIDEN NAME: Fleming AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 27 Jan 1862 DIED: 28 Aug 1895 BURIED: 1 Sep 1895
BIRTH PLACE:  Pennsylvania
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
IOOF - Annie Kitlinger [sic], age 33 years, died in S. Salem of stomach trouble, wife of Merion Kitlinger [sic].
St. Joseph record - Anna Mount Kightlinger, b. Pennsylvania, d. Aug. 28, 1895 at the age of 33 years of pertionitis
1880 OR CENSUS - Anna Fleming, age 20, b. Washington Territory, occupation chamber work, is enumerated as an employee of hotel keeper S. F. Matthews.
MARRIAGE - "E. M. Kightlinger, over 21 & A. (Anna) M. Fleming, over 18, m 01 Aug 1880 at office and by James Coffey, J. P. Wit: Mrs. A. L. Stinson & Mrs. Rosa Bernard. Aff: Martin Darr #2445 pg 97";
At their home in South Salem, Wednesday evening, August 28, 1895, Annie M., wife of E. Marion Kightlinger, aged 33 years, 2 months, 1 day. 
Deceased was taken ill with neuralgia of the stomach the first week in July and never fully recovered. After a few weeks her physicians discovered that an abscess had formed and a surgical operation became necessary. This she underwent heroically in her weak condition and seemed to recover from the shock nicely and to progress toward good health, until last Friday when she had a sinking spell which alarmed the family and since then her condition has been very weak. In another of those sinking spells her eternal sleep came at 6:30 last evening. 
Her maiden name was Flemming and she is a native of Pennsylvania, but has lived in Salem since quite young. She was married to Mr. Kightlinger here in 1879 and besides her husband leaves two daughters - Ethel, aged 15 years, and Lena, aged 12 years, whose grief and loss are beyond the calculation of any person who has not experienced like affliction. 
Mrs. Kightlinger’s relatives reside at Dallas, Texas, and were telegraphed the sad intelligence last night. Funeral arrangements have not been made yet. Mrs. Kightlinger was a kind hearted neighbor, ever willing and anxious to help in sickness or distress. She was zealous and industrious in all her undertakings and will be sadly missed by her associates. She was a member of the Catholic church and an earnest worker in its aid society; she was also a member of the Degree of Honor. 
Oregon Statesman 29 August 1895 4:4
No marker found as of Apr 2003, but there is 1 upright wooden marker, with no markings visible that is likely to belong to either Lulu or Annie Kightlinger.
IOOF Register of Burials 
Record of Interments 1889-1933, St. Joseph (Catholic) 
1880 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Salem Pct., FA #75) 
Marion Co. Oregon Marriage Records 1879-84, Vol IV, pg 8 
OS 29 August 1895 4:4
LOT: 917 SPACE: S½ LONGITUDE: N 44° 55.169' LATITUDE: W 123° 03.008'

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