Cloverdale Cemetery ~ Jeannette 'Nettie' S. Morris ~ part of the Marion County Cemeteries of Oregon
Morris, Jeannette 'Nettie' S.
LAST: Morris FIRST: Jeannette 'Nettie' MID: S.
BORN: 2 Feb 1866 DIED: 14 Mar 1960 BURIED: 16 Mar 1960
BIRTH PLACE:  Knightstown, Henry Co., Indiana
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
Name of father Calvin Dixon
Maiden name of mother Mary Hastings
Name of spouse Joseph C. Morris
1900 OR CENSUS - Nettie Morris, age 34, married 11 years, mother of 5, b. Feb 1866 in Indiana, is enumerated with Anna, age 10, b. Oct 1889 in Oregon, Edith, age 8, Bertha, age 7, b. Oct 1892 in Oregon b. Jun 1891 in Oregon, Frances, age 4, b. Apr 1896 in Oregon, and Elizabeth, age 2, b. Mar 1898 in Oregon. [Note – Joseph is not enumerated with the family]

NOTE - Photograph of Joseph and Nettie, undated, courtesy of Jean Hunsaker.
NOTE - Photograph of Morris family, circa 1900, courtesy of Jean Hunsaker.  From left to right: Florence, Nettie, Edith, John, Francis (in front), Joe, Elizabeth (in front) Bertha, and Anna.
Nettie Morris
Turner (Special) – Services will be held Wednesday morning for Mrs. Nettie Morris, 94, longtime Turner area resident, who died Monday at a Salem nursing home.
She was born Feb. 2, 1866, at Knightstown, Ind. She was married to Joseph Morris in 1887. They lived at Newberg for many years before moving to Turner. He died in 1943.
She was a member of the Friends Church at Newberg.
Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Howard Hunsaker and Mrs. J.E. Francis Whitehead, both of Salem; Mrs. R.H. Struck, Portland; Mrs. E.T. Hennies, Lancaster, Calif.; and Mrs. A.D. Case, Whittier, Calif.; four sons, John, Oilsdale, Calif.; Nathan, Indian Valley, Idaho; Joseph, Little Rock, Ark.; and William, Idaho; 24 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Clough-Barrick Funeral Home in Salem. Burial will follow at Turner Odd Fellows Cemetery.
[source - newspaper clipping, not cited]
Nettie S.
1866 – 1960
(shares marker with Joseph)
1900 OR CENSUS (Yamhill Co., Newberg, ED 167, sheet 18A)
SPACE: 4-2-1