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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Myrtle Emma Beyerle ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Myrtle Emma Beyerle
MAIDEN NAME: Sturgis AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 25 Feb 1881 DIED: 22 Jun 1963 BURIED: 26 Jun 1963
DEATH PLACE: Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon

Name of father George W.  Sturgis
Maiden name of mother Emma Ramp
1900 OR CENSUS - Myrtle Sturgis, age 19, b. Feb 1881 in Oregon, is enumerated with George W., age 48, occupation farmer, b. Mar 1852 in Oregon, and his wife of 26 years, Emma, age 43, mother of 7 children 6 of whom are living at the time of the census, b. Sep 1856 in Oregon, along with Ralph, age 17, b. May 1883 in Oregon, Charles, age 15, b. Nov 1884 in Oregon, and Monroe, age 9, b. May 1891 in Oregon.
1910 OR CENSUS - Myrtle Beyerle, age 29, mother of 5 children, b. Oregon, is enumerated with her husband of 9 years, John T., age 36, occupation farmer, b. Illinois, along with William J., age 8, b. Oregon, Mary R., age 7, b. Oregon, George, age 5, b. Oregon, Richard, age 3, b. Oregon, and James, age 1, b. Oregon. 

1920 OR CENSUS Myrtle Beyerle (37y, b Oregon) enumerated with husband J.T. (46y, b Illinois, occupation farmer) and 5 children, all born in Oregon, William J. (18y), Ruth (16y), George (15y), Richard (13y) and James (10y)

1930 OR CENSUS Myrtle Beyerle (49y, b Oregon) enumerated with husband John T. (56y, b Illinois, occupation farmer) and son James (21y, b Oregon)

1940 OR CENSUS Myrtle Beyerle (59y, b Oregon) enumerated with husband John (65y, b Illinois, occupation farmer) and son George (35y, b Oregon, occupation farmer); family was living in same house in 1935


OSBH DC (Multnomah County 1963) #8714 - Myrtle Emma Beyerle, female, married (John), b. 25 Feb 1881 in Oregon, d. 22 Jun 1963 in Portland, Oregon at the age of 82 years, name of father George Sturgis, maiden name of mother Emma Ramp, bur 26 Jun Pioneer Cemetery, informant Mrs. Earl Johnson, Daughter. 


Mrs. Myrtle E. Beyerle, 82, who had spent most of her active life in the Smithfield district of Polk county, died Saturday night in Portland. She became suddenly ill earlier in the day and died within a few hours. 
Mrs. Beyerle was born Feb 27, 1881, in Salem and was married to John T. Beyerle Dec 12, 1900. Most of her life was spent in Polk and Marion counties. They lived 33 years on the farm at Smithfield now occupied by a son, George. She later moved to Dolph and then to Portland, where she had lived the past 12 years. Mr. Beyerle preceded her in death by ten years. She leaves a warm circle of friends in the county. 
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Earl (Ruth) Johnson, Portland, and four sons, William, McCoy; George, Smithfield; Richard, Portland and James, Newport. Miss Audrey Beyerle, Polk county dairy princess of 1962-63, is a granddaughter. There are ten other grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Three brothers also survive, Charles and Frank Sturgis, both Brooks and Monroe Sturgis, Cloverdale.
Services were Wednesday in Portland with graveside in City View [sic] cemetery, Salem, in the afternoon.
Itemizer Observer, Thursday, 27 Jun 1963, 6:5 


OSBH DC (Multnomah County 1963) #8714
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co., Dallas, ED 173, sheet 9A)
1910 OR CENSUS (Polk Co., Dallas, ED 240, sheet 15B)

1920 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Salt Creek, ED 363, sheet 9B-10A)

1930 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Salt Creek, ED 15, sheet 8A)

1940 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Salt Creek, ED 27-40, sheet 4A)

IO, 27 Jun 1963, 6:5


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