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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Addie Scott Pape ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Addie Scott Pape
MAIDEN NAME: Plamondon AKA 1: Plamandon AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 22 Aug 1871 DIED: 7 Jan 1915 BURIED: 9 Jan 1915
BIRTH PLACE:  Salem, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
Funeral charged to Henry Pape
OSBH DC (Marion County 1915) #614 - Addie S. Pape, female, married, housewife, b. 22 Aug 1871 in Salem, Oregon, d. 7 Jan 1915 in Salem, Oregon at the age of 43 y's 4 m's 16 d's, name of father E. M. Plamondon (b. Canada), maiden name of mother Mary A. Scott, interment 9 Jan, undertaker Terwilliger, informant Henry Pape of 975 Center St.
At the residence 975 Center street, Thursday, January 7, 1917, at 10 o’clock a.m. , Mrs. Henry Pape, aged 43 years. She is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. E. M. Plamondon, and a brother, Dr. Dillon Plamondon, of eastern Oregon. She was a native Salemite, having been born in Salem, August 22, 1871. Her father was Dr. E. M. Plamondon, a pioneer physician of Oregon. She was married 14 years to Henry Pape, a well known printer of this city. 
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. from the Episcopal church, Rev. R. S. Gill, officiating. 
Daily Oregon Statesman 8 Jan 1915, 3:2. 

Mrs. Pape Buried. 
There was a large attendance at the funeral services of Addie S., wife of Henry Pape, which were held from St. Paul’s church yesterday afternoon. Rev. R. S. Gill read the beautiful and impressive Episcopal service. The pall bearers were Messers C. Galloway, H. Meyers, Jr. McNary, E. C. Patton, Max Buren and Judge Gatens of Portland. Many beautiful floral tributes were received and both the junior and senior Guilds attended in a body. The interment was in the I. O. O. F. cemetery under direction of the Terwilliger home parlors.
Daily Oregon Statesman 10 Jan 1915 5:4. 

Addie Scott Plamondon Pape was born in Salem, August 22, 1871. She had been a Salem resident all her life and was born and married in the house of her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Plamondon, of Summer and Center streets, and died one block from her old home at 975 Center street. 
Her father the late Dr. E. M. Plamondon, was a well-known Salem physician. She was graduated from the Sacred Heart academy of Salem in 1890. Later she was married to Henry Pape, a local printer, who survives her. For many years Mrs. Pape was a member of the Episcopal church and at the time of her death was an active member of the Junior Guild. Her death brings a great sorrow to her relatives and many friends in Salem, among whom is a life-long friend, Miss Mary Chadwick. A brother, Dr. J. D. Plamondon of Athena, Oregon, who was called to Salem during the illness of his sister, returned to his home last week. 
17 Jan 1915 5:2.
Addie His Wife 
1871 - 1915
[shares marker with husband Henry Pape]
J. Plant Register
OSBH DC (Marion County 1915) #614  
Terwilliger Records Vol. B pg 24 
Saucy Survey & Phoptographs
S&H pg 10 
DOS 8 Jan 1915, 3:2 
DOS 10 Jan 1915 5:4 
DOS 17 Jan 1915 5:2.

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