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Pea Info. Long but worth it

Linda Henson (Mullins) (View posts)
Posted: 1056847960000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pea, Taylor, Mullins, Wade, Selby, Kerr, Moore, Roehm, Stallcop, Mark, Morrow, Humphrey,
If you have any questions please let me know. Also you can view some of the obits mentioned in this post at my website
I think this information may be of some help to some.

Descendants of Daniel Pea

Generation No. 1

1. Daniel Pea (John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born October 18, 1795 in Kentucky, and died January 19, 1860 in Bethany Illinois, Moultrie County. He married Elizabeth Betty Selby October 26, 1820 in Pike County Indiana.

Children of Daniel Pea and Elizabeth Selby are:
+ 2 i. William Pea, born November 27, 1824 in Indiana; died April 26, 1874 in Sullivan County Missouri.
3 ii. Sylvester Pea, born April 21, 1823 in Indiana. He married Nancy J. Dowell July 18, 1850 in Moultrie county Illinois.

More About Sylvester Pea:
Burial: Suton County Cemetery, south or Greeley Kansas

Marriage Notes for Sylvester Pea and Nancy Dowell: has Sylvester Pea Married to Nancy J. Dowell on July 18, 1840.

+ 4 iii. Jacob Pea, born January 20, 1831 in Illinois; died April 06, 1927 in Moultrie County Illinois.
5 iv. Martha J. Pea, born 1835 in Illinois.
6 v. Susan Pea, born 1837 in Illinois.
7 vi. Pelina Pea, born 1839 in Illinois.
8 vii. Mariah Pea, born 1843 in Illinois. She married Benjamin F. Hudgings April 24, 1862 in Moultrie county Illinois.

Generation No. 2

2. William Pea (Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born November 27, 1824 in Indiana, and died April 26, 1874 in Sullivan County Missouri. He married Sophia Wade November 18, 1849 in Terra Haute, Indiana, daughter of Zephaniah Wade and Elizabeth Newlan. She was born April 27, 1832 in Ohio (maybe Adams County), and died October 03, 1911 in Kelso, Washington.

Notes for Sophia Wade:
Upon arriving in Kansas, Sophia nd her son, Nathan, homesteaded 80 acres along Kennedy creek. They lived in Coffey County Kansas until 1889, then moved to Kelso, Washington.

Sophia Ann and brothers were orphaned when young. She did not know much about her family or the Pea family.

Sophia's Death Announcement states that she came to Cowlitz county March 17, 1889 and resided in Kelso until her death.



Funeral Held From Family Residence yesterday Afternoon.
"Grandma" Pea, after a long life of usefulness, passed away at the family home in this city Tuesday afternoon, October 3. The funeral was held from the residence yesterday afternoon, Rev. F. Claude Stephens, pastor of the Christian church, conducting the services. The remains were followed to their last resting place in the I.O.O.F cemetery by a large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives.
Sophia Wade was born in Ohio April 27, 1832, and was married at Terra Haute, Indiana, November 18, 1849, to William Pea, who died April 26,1874. Mrs. Pea came to Cowlitz county March 17, 1889, and has resided in Kelso since that time.
Besides 35 grand-children and 67 great grand-childrens, deceased leaves the following children to mourn her loss: Nathan Pea of Ariel, Wash., Mrs. Sarah Vaughn of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs Pearlina Marks of Strawn, Kansas, Willis Pea of Pendleton, Oregon, Daniel Pea of Gridley, Kansas, Isaac Pea and Mrs. Melissa Jane Day of Kelso, John Pea of Strawn, Kansas, Oliver (Fred) and Thomas (Benton) Pea of Kelso. William Pea, a son, died years ago.
"Grandma" Pea was of the old school; of a kind and lovable disposition and ever ready to lend a hand where assistance was needed. She was well known throughout the country and her loss will be deeply felt by the community.

More About Sophia Wade:
Burial 1: Cowlitz View Memorial Gardens cemetery
Burial 2: I.O.O.F Cemetery

Marriage Notes for William Pea and Sophia Wade:
I was told that William Pea and Sophia Wade were married on Nov. 18, 1849 in "Moultrie County Illinois". The death announcement for Sohpia Wade/Pea states that they were married in "Terra Haute Indiana".

Children of William Pea and Sophia Wade are:
+ 9 i. Nathan E. Pea, born September 10, 1850 in Moultrie County, Missouri; died December 07, 1918 in Ariel Washington, Cowlitz County.
+ 10 ii. Sarah Pea, born 1852.
+ 11 iii. Paulina Pea, born April 09, 1854 in Near Decatur Ill.; died May 23, 1938 in In home of son (I.N. Mark)Ottumwa Kansas.
12 iv. Willis Pea, born 1856. He married Margaret Wilson.

More About Willis Pea:
Residence: 1911, Pendleton Oregon

+ 13 v. Daniel Spencer Pea, born December 28, 1858 in Grundy County,Missouri; died October 22, 1931 in Pingree Idaho.
14 vi. Isaac Newton Pea, born 1861 in Mo.; died August 05, 1942.

More About Isaac Newton Pea:
Burial: Cowlitz View Memorial Gardens cemetery
Residence 1: 1938, Tacoma Washington
Residence 2: 1911, Kelso Washington

+ 15 vii. Melissa Jane Pea, born Abt. 1864 in Mo..
16 viii. John Pea.

More About John Pea:
Residence: 1911, Strawn Kansas

17 ix. Oliver P. Pea, born Abt. 1870 in Mo..

Notes for Oliver P. Pea:
In the Naturalization record for Thomas Kerr Sr. it was witnessed by O.P. Pea (that is the sorce for the middle init. "P")
It was also witnessed by Alex Day. The naturalization took place in Cowlitz County Washington on Sept. 18, 1906.

More About Oliver P. Pea:
Residence: 1911, Kelso Washington

18 x. Thomas Benton Pea, born November 23, 1873 in Missouri; died January 10, 1953. He married Lizzie.

More About Thomas Benton Pea:
Burial: Cowlitz View Memorial Gardens cemetery
Residence: 1911, Kelso Washington

19 xi. William Pea, born 1860; died Bef. 1911 in Moultrie County, Illinois.

More About William Pea:
Burial: Pea cemetary, Lovington tws, Near Sullivan Illinois

4. Jacob Pea (Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born January 20, 1831 in Illinois, and died April 06, 1927 in Moultrie County Illinois. He married Mary B. Hastings February 19, 1852 in Moultrie county Illinois. She was born December 18, 1833, and died December 21, 1912.

Children of Jacob Pea and Mary Hastings are:
+ 20 i. Debbie Ann Pea, born September 24, 1854 in Moultrie County Illinois; died March 08, 1938.
21 ii. Thomas Clinton Pea, born February 26, 1857 in Moultrie County Illinois; died June 01, 1934. He married Rachel E. Newland September 22, 1886.
22 iii. Sylvanius B. Pea, born February 13, 1859 in Moultrie County Illinois; died August 19, 1865 in Moultrie County Illinois.
23 iv. Laura Jane Pea, born July 06, 1861 in Moultrie County Illinois; died May 19, 1890 in Moultrie County Illinois.
24 v. George Button Mack Pea, born September 07, 1863 in Moultrie County Illinois; died April 10, 1948. He married Rose Siler December 07, 1916.
25 vi. Harriet Elizabeth Pea, born October 19, 1865 in Moultrie County Illinois; died September 17, 1887 in Moultrie County Illinois.
26 vii. Lorenzo Erick Pea, born August 05, 1868 in Moultrie County Illinois; died January 17, 1951. He married Laura Humphrey December 04, 1894.
27 viii. Mary Etta Pea, born August 25, 1870 in Moultrie County Illinois; died September 16, 1963. She married William F. Rhodes July 04, 1892.
28 ix. Peter J. Pea, born August 30, 1872 in Moultrie County Illinois; died 1960 in Moultrie County Illinois. He married Mary Feast November 13, 1895.

Generation No. 3

9. Nathan E. Pea (William, Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born September 10, 1850 in Moultrie County, Missouri, and died December 07, 1918 in Ariel Washington, Cowlitz County. He married Sarah Jane Moore May 22, 1870 in Putnam, Sullivan County, Missouri, daughter of William Moore and Priscilla Goodwin. She was born May 03, 1852 in Missouri, and died December 06, 1939 in Ariel Washington, Cowlitz County.

Notes for Nathan E. Pea:
Land Patent Details:
Accession/Serial #:WAVAA 077424
BLM Serial #: WAVAA 077424
State: Washington
Patentee name: Nathan Pea
Document #:---
Misc. Doc. Nr:---
Indian Allotment Nr:---
Issue Date: November 26, 1904
Cancelled: No
Warrantee Name:
US Reservations: Yes
Mineral Reservations: No
Geographic Name: ---
Metes/Bounds: No
Survey Date: ---
Authority: May 20, 1862: HOMESTEAD ENTRY-ORIGINAL (1 Stat. 392)
Acres 160
Land Office: Washington OFC

"Nathan moved with his mother Sophia Ann Wade Pea Morrow to Washington state in the late 1800's early 1900.

More About Nathan E. Pea:
Property: November 26, 1904, Issued a Land Patent
Residence 1: 1891, Moved to Washington State

More About Sarah Jane Moore:
Date born 2: May 03, 1852, Tennessee
Burial: Lone Pine Cemetery Cowlitz county Washington
Residence: April 18, 1915, Ariel Washington

Children of Nathan Pea and Sarah Moore are:
+ 29 i. Susie Jane Pea, born December 14, 1881 in Barton County, Missouri; died January 12, 1916 in Los Angeles, California.
30 ii. Paulina Elizabeth Pea, born October 20, 1872 in Missouri; died September 28, 1911 in Castle Rock, Washington. She married Thomas Kerr March 05, 1894 in Kelso, Washington at residence of bride; born October 17, 1865 in Mi.; died March 21, 1915.

Notes for Paulina Elizabeth Pea:
Mrs. Tom Kerr
The remains of Mrs. Tom Kerr, who died at her home at Castle Rock Thursday, Sept 28, 1911, were laid at rest at Castle Rock last Sunday, a number of friends and relatives from this city attending the funeral.
Mrs. Kerr was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pea of Ariel, Wa., and formerly resided in this city where she was well known.
Besides her husband, two sons, a daughter, and parents, she is survived by five sisters and four brothers - Mrs. C.A. Taylor of Kelso, Mrs. Charles Hartsock of Lexington, Mrs. Pearl Eaton of Woodland, Mrs. F.N. Stallcop of Algona, Will Pea of Kelso, and John Charles and Frank Pea of Ariel.

More About Paulina Elizabeth Pea:
Burial: Castle Rock I.O.O.F Cemetery Cowlitz County, Washington

More About Thomas Kerr:
Burial: Castle Rock I.O.O.F Cemetery Cowlitz County, Washington
Occupation: 1894, Laborer

Marriage Notes for Paulina Pea and Thomas Kerr:
From Cowlitz County Longview Library marriage records, Washington..... KERR. Thomas a 26 of Wooley, Kng Co WA b MI oc Laborer f Thomas Kerr m A Laland Mar 5 Mar 1894 at res of bride Kelso to Paulina Elizabeth PEA a 22 of Kelso b MO f Nathan Pea m Sarah Moore by CP Stayton MG w Geo H Kerr and Emma B Pea.

31 iii. William Andrew Pea, born February 21, 1874 in Kansas.

More About William Andrew Pea:
Residence: 1916, Cathlamet, Washington

32 iv. Emma Belle Pea, born November 22, 1875 in Kansas.
33 v. Charles Edward Pea, born June 06, 1877 in Kansas.

More About Charles Edward Pea:
Residence: 1916, Ariel Washington

+ 34 vi. Mattie May Pea, born November 05, 1878 in Missouri; died December 16, 1975 in Woodland Washington, Cowlitz County.
+ 35 vii. John Wesley Pea, born October 03, 1880 in Barton County Missouri; died April 21, 1975.
36 viii. Evert Frankland Pea, born November 06, 1885.

More About Evert Frankland Pea:
Residence: 1916, Ariel Washigton

37 ix. Pearly Manole Pea, born June 28, 1887.
38 x. Mora Gertrude Pea, born December 23, 1883; died March 14, 1971. She married Ernest Gaylord Stallcop.

More About Mora Gertrude Pea:
Burial: Cowlitz View Memorial Gardens cemetery
Residence: 1916, Lebam, Washington

Notes for Ernest Gaylord Stallcop:
The 1883 Census for Cowlitz county, Washington Territory has Stalcop (only with one "L") Ernest. Male age 10 MS:S birth place:IA. (found it the Cowlitz county, Longview Library)

More About Ernest Gaylord Stallcop:
Census: 1883, Cowlitz County Washington Territory
Residence: 1916, Lebam

39 xi. Priscilla Ann Pea, born February 05, 1871.
40 xii. Unknown Pea, born May 22, 1889; died May 1889.

Notes for Unknown Pea:
Died at birth.

10. Sarah Pea (William, Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born 1852. She married (1) Asa Humphrey Abt. 1870. She married (2) Unknown Vaughn Aft. 1871.

More About Sarah Pea:
Residence: 1911, Kansas City, Kansas

Child of Sarah Pea and Unknown Vaughn is:
41 i. Mandy D. Nora Vaughn.

11. Paulina Pea (William, Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born April 09, 1854 in Near Decatur Ill., and died May 23, 1938 in In home of son (I.N. Mark)Ottumwa Kansas. She married Robert Newton Mark June 04, 1876 in Ottumwa Kansas, son of Isaac Mark and Mary Glidwell. He died May 03, 1928 in Ottumwa Kansas.

Notes for Paulina Pea:
The obit. of Sophia Wade/Pea lists Paulina as "Pearlina".

"Paulina was small when Abraham Lincoln became president of the United States of America. Her family lived in Illinois and one memory she never forgot was shaking Abraham Lincoln's hand at a meeting. " "Paulinas obit. states her place of birth as Appleton city Mo., her death cert. gives her birthplace as ,near Decatur Illinois. She is on the census with her parents 1850&1860 as born in Illinois". "Survivors in her obit, other than her 7 children, were sister Jan Day, Portland, Oregon; Isacc Pea, Tacoma, Wa.; John Pea burlington, Ks.;Perry and Benton of Portland, Oregon"."She died at the home of her son I.N. Mark in Ottumwa, Kansas." "Funeral at the Strawn Christian Church".

More About Paulina Pea:
Burial: Kite Cemetery, Old Strawn, Kansas
Residence: 1911, Strawn Kansas

Notes for Robert Newton Mark:
Obituary of Robert Mark:

Robert Mark dies at Ottumwa home- an old resident
Ottumwa-Robert Mark died at 9:15 o'clock, Thursday night, May 3, 1928 at his home west of the Ottumwa store. Mr. Mark would have been 78 years old had he lived until October 2, 1928. He had been sick for sometime. He leaves besides his wife, three sons, I.N. Mark, ross Mark, and Earl Mark of Ottumwa, and four daughters, Miss Elsie Mark, who lives at home, Mrs. Will Wheeler, north of Strawn, Mrs. Charles Farmer of Strawn, and Mrs. Pearl Barnett of Ottumwa. One son James, died four years ago.

Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in charge of Rev. W.C. Melendy. The Ottumwa choir sang, "The Old Rugged Cross," "No Night There," and "Safe in the Arems of Jesus." The Pall bearers were O.L> Porter, O.C. Applegate, Dick Fry, Robert Craig, Henry McCormick and John Bowman. Internment was in the Strawn Cemetery.

robert Newton Mark, oldest son of Isaac and Mary Ann Mark was born October 2, 1850 at Greencastle, Putnam county, Indiana and passed away at his home near Ottumwa May 3, 1928, at the age of 77 years, 7 months and 1 day. He was in a fmaily of nine children of which only two brothers remain. He came to Kansas with his parents in th fall of 1886 adn settled in Lyon county. They lived there nine years, then moved to Coffey county, at which place he resided until his death. He was married to Paulina Pea, June 4, 1876 at Ottumwa. To this union were born, May, James, Isaac, Pearl, Earl, Roscoe, Sadie, and Elsie. He amde a cofession and baptized into the Christion Church at Ottumwa in September, 1910. He leaves to mourn his departure his wife, Paulina Mark, four daughters, mrs. May Wheeler, Mrs. Pearl Barnett, Mrs. Sadie farmer and Elsie Mark, three sons, Isaac, Earl, and Roscoe, 24 grand children, and three great grand children. One son James preceded his father in death, April 5, 1925. He also leaves two brothers, John T. Mark of Madison, and F.M. Mark of Gridley; three aunts, Mrs. Margaret Allen of Ottumwa, Mrs. Lavina Mark of Madison, and Mrs. Vina Mark of Greenville, Illinois, besides other relatives and friends.
(taken from the Daily republican, May 8, 1928) (Provided by Marilyn Sue Wheeler/Knight)

More About Robert Newton Mark:
Burial: Kite Cemetery, Old Strawn, Kansas
Occupation 1: Ran engines and trashing machines
Occupation 2: Owned a saw mill west of Ottumwa
Residence 1: Bet. 1868 - 1877, Lyon County, Kansas
Residence 2: Bet. 1877 - 1928, Coffey County

Children of Paulina Pea and Robert Mark are:
+ 42 i. Mary Ann Mark, born June 08, 1877 in Ottumwa Kansas Coffey County; died July 29, 1974 in Burlington Kansas.
43 ii. James Robert Mark, born February 15, 1879; died April 05, 1925 in Colorado. He married Maggie Beavers April 05, 1925.

More About James Robert Mark:
Burial: Kite Cemetery, Old Strawn, Kansas

44 iii. Isaac Mark, born May 04, 1881; died February 07, 1966 in Coffeey County Kansas.
45 iv. William Earl Mark, born September 20, 1883 in Coffeey County Kansas; died September 26, 1965.
46 v. Elizabeth Pearl Mark, born September 20, 1883; died February 28, 1958.
47 vi. Roscoe Mark, born September 23, 1887 in Coffeey County Kansas; died May 28, 1981.
48 vii. Sara Jane Mark, born January 08, 1891; died 1989.
49 viii. Elsie Vivian Mark, born August 14, 1896. She married Walter Holmquist November 01, 1948 in Woodson County Kansas.

13. Daniel Spencer Pea (William, Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born December 28, 1858 in Grundy County,Missouri, and died October 22, 1931 in Pingree Idaho. He married Mary Jane Morrow July 28, 1878 in Neosho Twp,Coffey,Kansas, daughter of Thomas Morrow and Mary Denton. She was born December 09, 1859 in IA, and died January 20, 1912 in Liberty Township, Coffee, Kansas..

Notes for Daniel Spencer Pea: has Daniel Pea's birth date as being Dec. 28, 1857 .

More About Daniel Spencer Pea:
Burial: October 27, 1931, Thomas Riverside Cemetery, Bingham, Idaho
Residence: 1911, Gridley Kansas, Coffey County

More About Mary Jane Morrow:
Burial: January 23, 1912, Teachout Cemetery

Children of Daniel Pea and Mary Morrow are:
50 i. Rosa Pinkston Pea, born April 28, 1879 in Coffeey County Kansas. She married Horace Taylor Wheeler January 05, 1903; born June 11, 1874 in Gridley Coffey County, Kansas; died October 31, 1939.
+ 51 ii. Clara Florence Pea, born July 26, 1886 in Gridley Kansas, Coffey County; died June 07, 1971 in Blackfoot, Idaho Bingham County.
52 iii. Edna May Pea, born April 08, 1896 in Coffeey County Kansas.
53 iv. Sylvia Marie Pea, born November 24, 1900 in Coffeey County Kansas.
54 v. Unkown Pea.
55 vi. Isaac Orland Pea, born November 28, 1881 in Coffeey County Kansas; died November 17, 1953.
56 vii. Miles Albert Pea, born May 26, 1889 in Strawn Kansas, Coffey County; died March 17, 1974 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho.

More About Miles Albert Pea:
Burial: March 21, 1974, Riverside-Thomas Cemetery, Bingham Idaho

15. Melissa Jane Pea (William, Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born Abt. 1864 in Mo.. She married (1) Unknown Fuqua. She married (2) Alec Day.

More About Melissa Jane Pea:
Residence: 1911, Kelso Washingtons

Child of Melissa Pea and Unknown Fuqua is:
57 i. Ray Fuqua.

20. Debbie Ann Pea (Jacob, Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born September 24, 1854 in Moultrie County Illinois, and died March 08, 1938. She married William Wright April 19, 1876.

Children of Debbie Pea and William Wright are:
58 i. Herschel Wright.
59 ii. Arthur Wright.
60 iii. Clinton Wright.
61 iv. Owsey Wright.
62 v. Ethel Wright.
63 vi. Henry Wright.
64 vii. Hillory Wright.
65 viii. Otto Wright.
66 ix. Delia Wright.
67 x. Luddie Wright.

Generation No. 4

29. Susie Jane Pea (Nathan E., William, Daniel, John Jacob, Jacob, Unknown) was born December 14, 1881 in Barton County, Missouri, and died January 12, 1916 in Los Angeles, California. She married Clarence Alfred Taylor April 21, 1902 in Kelso, Washington. He was born March 29, 1873 in Wapaloo County, Iowa, and died April 22, 1939 in Kalama, Washington.

Notes for Susie Jane Pea:
Mrs. C.A. Taylor
Susie Jane Pea was born in Barton County, Missouri, December 14 1881, and died near Los Angeles, California, January 12,1916, aged 34 years and 29 days. When ten years of age she came to Kelso with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pea, arriving here May 17, 1891. After residing here for three years the family moved to Ariel on the Lewis river in July, 1894, and her parents continue to make their home at that place. They were among the early settlers in that community. In April 1902 she married C.A. Taylor at Kelso, and she made her home here continuously until about two years ago, when Mr. Taylor disposed of his local interests and moved onto a farm near Cascade Locks, Oregon. Recently the family moved to Oregon city, Oregon. Mrs. Taylor went to California about a month ago and it was near Los Angeles that the end came.
Besides her grief stricken husband she leaves six children and one step daughter to mourn her untimely demise. These are Ethel, Alfred, Dorothy, Earl, Martha, Donald and Nellie. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pea of Aried; four sisters, Mrs. C.W. Eaton or Ariel, Mrs. Charles Hartsock of Oregon City, Mrs. E.G. Stallcop of Lebam and Mrs. F.M. Stallcop of this place; four brothers, Charles, John and Frank Pea of Ariel and William Pea of Cathlamet also survive to mourn her loss. Her kind and affectionate presence will be greatly missed by the large family circle and by her many intimate friends in this community.
Funeral services will be conducted Monday morning at 10 o'clock from the Christian church of which deceased was a member, with Rev. David Norcross officiating. Mrs. Taylor was for many years a member of St. Helens Rebekah Lodge No. 57, Interment will be made here.

More About Susie Jane Pea:
Burial: Cowlitz View Memorial Gardens cemetery, Washington
Residence 1: 1891, Kelso Washington
Residence 2: 1894, Ariel Washintong
Residence 3: 1914, Cascade Locks Oregon
Residence 4: 1916, Oregon City, Oregon

Notes for Clarence Alfred Taylor:

Death Claims C.A. Taylor On Saturday

Early Mill Operator Succumbs at Home in Kalama

C.A. "Fred" Taylor, a resident of Kalama and Kelso for 53 years, passed away Saturday afternoon at his home in Kalama following a six month's illness.
The deceased engaged in the lumbering and logging business for many years and operated the C.A. Taylor mill in west Kelso, on the Cowlitz river. Much of the lumber used in the early construction at Longview was cut in the plant.
Taylor also operated the Clark Creek Logging company, with a mill on the west bank of the Cowlitz river here, that logged most of the timber in the Columbia Heights region.
During recent years he has been associated in a logging concern known as C.A. Taylor and Sons, which has been operating in the southern part of the county.
Taylor also served as a deputy sheriff for a time during the regime of G.H. (Teed) Gray.
Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Veroca Taylor of Kalama; sons, Mc A. Taylor of Longview, Earl Taylor of Castle Rock, Donald Taylor of Tacoma, John, Frank, Bill and Clarence Taylor all of Kalama; Daughters, Mrs. Ethyle Oyster of Longview, Mrs. Dorothy Roehm of Seattle, Mrs. Martha Smith of Seattle, Mrs. nellie Mullins of Longview; sisters, Mrs. J.E. Johnson of Kelso and Mrs. E.J. Ballinger of Los Angeles; half-sisters, Mrs. Cecil Embree of Portland, Mrs. Aldie Burch of Kelso and Mrs. Harold Anderson of Longbeach, Wash.; and one brother, John W. Taylor of Olympia.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the chapel of the Ditlevsen Funeral Home with Rev. Philip Laurie officiating and committment following in the Odd Fellows Cemetery at Kelso.

More About Clarence Alfred Taylor:
Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Kalama, Washington
Occupation 1: Owned CA Taylor Mill in West Kelso
Occupation 2: Was a deputy sherif cowlitz county?
Occupation 3: Bef. 1939, Logging concern CA Taylor and Sons

Children of Susie Pea and Clarence Taylor are:
68 i. McNulty Alfred Taylor, born March 14, 1903; died November 14, 1944. He married Unknown July 05, 1923.

More About McNulty Alfred Taylor:
Burial: Cowlitz View Memorial Gardens cemetery

69 ii. Nathan Earl Taylor, born February 04, 1906 in Cowlitz County Washington; died October 30, 1974. He married Unknown September 22, 1927.

Notes for Nathan Earl Taylor:
Taylor- Nathan (earl), 68, 5349 Meeker Drive, Kalama, died Oct. 30 in a local hospital. Ditlevsen-Moore Funeral Home.

70 iii. Donald Clair Taylor, born March 20, 1910 in Cowlitz County Washington. He married Unknown April 27, 1935.
71 iv. Martha Elizabeth Taylor, born July 23, 1908 in Cowlitz County Washington; died December 13, 1975. She married Irv Smith March 31, 1929.
72 v. Dorothy Jane Taylor, born August 28, 1904 in Kelso, Washington; died May 08, 1951 in Seaside, Oregon. She married Eugene Roehm December 10, 1932 in Seattle, Washington.

Notes for Dorothy Jane Taylor:
Services To Be Friday for Mrs. Dorothy Roehm

Mrs. Dorothy Taylor Roehm, wife of Eugene Roehm, died Tuesday, May 8, at 9 p.m. at Seaside hospital, after a short illness.
Born August 28, 1907, at Kelso Wash., Mrs. Roehm was married in 1932 at Seattle, to her surviving husband, and they established their home in Tacoma before comming to Seaside. She was a member of Maple chapter, Order of Eastern Star, chairman of the advisory board of Maple assembly, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, and a member of Calvary Episcopal church, all of Seaside.
Mrs. Roehm was the mother of three children, all of whom survive; tow sons, James and Jeffery and a daughter, Ann. Other survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Ethyl Oyster and Mrs. Martha Smith of Tacoma, and Mrs. Nellie Mullins, Longview Wash.; six brothers, Earl Taylor and Clarence Taylor, Longview; Donald Taylor, Cutler City, Ore.; John Taylor, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Frank Taylor, Long Island N.Y. and William Taylor, Kalama Wash.
Funeral services under the direction of Hughes-Ransom mortuary will be held Friday, May 11, at 10:30 a.m. at Calvary Episcopal Church with Rev. Peter Barker efficiating. Serving as casket bearers will be Charles Cartwright, Roy G. Clark, Emmett Cole, Ed Nimmo, Arvin Sabey, Gordon Shaw and Duncan Shield. Members of Maple chaper, O.E. S. and Maple assembly, Order of Rainbow, will participate in the services. Burial will be in Ocean View cemetery.

More About Dorothy Jane Taylor:
Burial: Ocean View Cemetery, Seaside, Oregon

More About Eugene Roehm:
Residence: Seaside, Oregon

73 vi. Nellie Aileen Taylor, born March 24, 1915 in Cascade Locks, Oregon; died July 12, 1983 in Yuma, Az Yuma County zip.85364. She married (1) William Grover Cleveland Mullins August 31, 1935; born December 25, 1892 in Sans Bois Oklahoma ; died February 28, 1959 in Seal Rock Waldport, Oregon. She married (2) Matt E. Dixon 1960 in Washington; born June 09, 1899 in Mississippi; died September 06, 1980 in 98632 Longview, WA Cowlitz county.
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