Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Eliza Elizabeth Field ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
Eliza Elizabeth Field
MAIDEN NAME: Cassety AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 9 Aug 1843 DIED: 4 Sep 1934 BURIED: 5 Sep 1934
BIRTH PLACE:  Reed Twp., Seneca Co., Ohio
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
OSBH DC (Marion County 1934) #576 - Mrs. Eliza E. Field, female, widowed (Dexter Field), b. 9 Aug 1843 in Michigan, d. 4 Sep 1934 in Salem, Oregon (R.F.D. #6 Box 440) at the age of 91 y’s 25 d’s, name of father [Franklin]* Cassety, maiden name of mother Charity [Gilbert]*, interment 5 Sep, undertaker: Clough-Barrick, informant: Mrs. Edith Bagley of Salem, Oregon.
POB shown as Michigan on DC, Ohio in Obituary; *Corrections made by Margaret Folston.
1850 OH CENSUS -  Eliza E. Cassidy [Cassety], age 6, b. Ohio, is enumerated with Franklin, age 29, occupation farmer, b. New York, and Charity age 28, b. Ohio,along with Samuel J., age 4, b. Ohio, and Hannah L., age 1, b. Ohio.  
1860 MI CENSUS - Eliza E. Cassety, age 17, occupation school teacher, b. Ohio, is enumerated with Thomas Champion, age 38, occupation mast. carpenter, b. Pennsylvania, and Charity Champion, age 38, b. Ohio, along with Julius Champion, age 15, b. Ohio, James D., Champion, age 12, b. Ohio, Mary A., Champion, age 10, b. Ohio, Alice Champion, age 7, b. Ohio, Ellen L. Champion, age 3, b. Michigan, Samuel J. Cassety, age 15, b. Ohio, Hannah L. Cassety, age 12, b. Ohio, and Alice A., Cassety, age 6, b. Michigan.
1910 OR CENSUS - Eliza Field, age 66, mother of 11 children 8 of whom are still living at the time of the census, born in Ohio, is enumerated with husband Dexter Field, age 68, married 44 years, born in Ohio, occupation gardener, along with daughter Hetta, single, age 32, and mother, Charity Champion, widow, age 88, born in Ohio.
1920 OR CENSUS - Eliza E. Field, age 76, widow, b. Ohio, is enumerated in the home of Hatta Field, age 42, single, b. Oregon.  Also enumerated in the home are  Edith F. Bagley, identified as sister [of Hatta], age 47, widow, b. Oregon, along with Ferris Bagley, age 21, b. Oregon, and Grace C. Bagley, age 19, b. Oregon, and Ambrie, age 17, b. Oregon.
Services were held for Mrs. Elizabeth E. Field at the residence, Route 6, Box 440, Sept. 4, aged 91 years. Survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ada Rae of The Dalles, Mrs. Alice Cobleigh of Tacoma, Washington; two sons, Ambrie Field of Lendown, Pennsylvania, and Floyd Fields of Atlanta, Georgia; five daughters, Mrs. Edith F. Bagley of Salem, Mrs. Inez F. Heritage of Spokane, Washington, Mrs. Mary F. Whipple of Vancouver, Washington, Miss Hetta Field of Salem and Miss Ruth Field of Calcutta, India; 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held September 5 at 3 p. m. at the I. O. O. F. cemetery under the direction of Clough-Barrick company, Dr. B. E. Parker officiating minister.
Oregon Statesman 7 Sept 1934, 2:2 

Mrs. Eliza E. Field was born August 9, 1843, in Seneca county, Ohio, and moved by covered wagon to Michigan in early childhood. She was married to Dexter Field, November 4, 1865, came to Oregon in 1871 and located at Chestnut Farm. Eleven children, of which eight grew to maturity, were born to the family. 
Mrs. Field died at the family home September 4, 1934, and was buried in the family lot in the Odd Fellows' cemetery by the side of her husband who passed on in 1914. Private graveside services were conducted by her pastor, Dr. B. Earle Parker. 
Mrs. Field is survived by 11 great grandchildren, 12 grandchildren, and seven children. The children are Ambria Field; Lansdown; Pennsylvania, Floyd Field, Atlanta, Georgia; Mrs. Mary F. Whipple, Vancouver, Washington; Mrs. Inez F. Heritage, Spokane, Washington; Mrs. Edith F. Bagley and Hetta Field of Salem, and Ruth Field, of Calcutta, India.
Oregon Statesman 11 Sept 1934, 7:2

AUBURN, Sept. 7.--Graveside services were held Wednesday, September 6, for Mrs. Elizabeth E. Field who passed away at her home on route 6, on Tuesday.  Mrs. Field was 91 years of age and had lived in Auburn since 1871, coming here from Michigan in that year.
  She conducted a private school several years ago. Lute Savage, who now lives in Auburn, had her for his first grade teacher 62 years ago.
  She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ada Rae of The Dalles, Mrs. Alice Cobleigh of Tacoma, Wash.; two sons, Ambrie Field off Atlanta, Ga.; five daughters, Mrs. Edith F. Bagley of Salem, Mrs. Inez F. Heritage of Spokane, Mrs. Mary F. Whipple of Vancouver, Wash.; Miss Hetta Field of Salem, and Miss Ruth Field of Calcutta, India; 13 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.
  Interment was at the I.O.O.F. cemetery under the direction of Clough-Barrick comapny. Dr. B. E. Parker was the officiating minister.
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Eliza E. Field 
1843 - 1934
OSBH DC (Marion Co., 1934) #576 
S&H pg 73 
Saucy marker photo
1850 OH CENSUS (Seneca Co., Reed, FA #15)
1860 MI CENSUS (Muskegon Co., Casnovia, FA 267)
1910 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Chemawa Pct., pg 70A) 
1920 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Englewood, ED 321, sheet 9B) 
OS 7 Sep 1934 2:2 
OS 11 Sep 1934 7:2 
Billy R. Folston (cousin)
LOT: 681 SPACE: 3 SW LONGITUDE: N 44° 55.186' LATITUDE: W 123° 02.925'