Cloverdale Cemetery ~ George Vincent Naderman ~ part of the Marion County Cemeteries of Oregon
Naderman, George Vincent
LAST: Naderman FIRST: George MID: Vincent
BORN: 16 Apr 1899 DIED: 1 Oct 1987 BURIED: 
OCCUPATION:  Engineer; Cartographer
BIRTH PLACE:  Billings, Yellowstone Co., Montana
DEATH PLACE: Marion Co., Oregon
Spouse – Evelynn Martin
Name of [step-father] John P. Naderman 
Maiden name of mother Johanna Theis
OSBH DC (Marion County 1987) #87-18260 
1900 MT CENSUS - George V. Naderman, identified as step-son, age 1, b. Apr 1899 in Montana, is enumerated in the home of John P. Naderman, age 41, occupation wool grower, b. Jun 1847 in Germany, year of immigration 1872, and Johanna L., age 41, mother of 7 children 6 of whom are living at the time of the census, b. Jan 1859 in Germany, year of immigration 1895, along with John C., age 15, b. Mar 1885 in Montana, Catherine J., age 12, b. Nov 1887 in Montana, Theodore H., age 9, b. Jul 1890 in Montana, Gherhard W., age 7, b. Nov 1892, Hans H. Doertizes, identified as step-son, age 7, b. Dec 1892 in Germany, John C. Naderman, identified as father [of John P.], age 85, widowed, b. Sep 1814 in Germany, year of immigration 1883. Several others, identified as servants are also enumerated with the family.
1930 OR CENSUS - George Naderman, age 30, married at age 21, occupation garage mechanic, b. Montana, is enumerated with Evelyn, age 28, married at age 19, b. Oregon, along with Gerald, age 7, b. Oregon, and Cleonna, age 6, b. Oregon.
Services for George V. Naderman, 88, of Salem, who died Thursday, will begin at 1 p.m. Monday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Salem. Ritualistic services will be performed by Salem IOOF lodges. Interment will be in Cloverdale Cemetery, Turner.
Visiting will be from noon to 8 p.m. today, from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday in the mortuary.
He was born in Billings, Mont., and came to Turner in 1909. He attended school in Turner and moved to Salem in 1922. He graduated from Oregon Agricultural College, now Oregon State University in 1917 with a degree in engineering. He was employed by the State of Oregon Engineers Office, now the Water Resources Department, as water rights commissioner until his retirement. He was also a cartographer for the state. He was a veteran of World War I. He was a member of the IOOF Salem lodge No. 1, and he was a past grand patriarch of the Grand Encampment of Oregon. He was a member of Jason Lee Methodist Church.
Survivors include his son Gerald Winston “Jack” Naderman of Sloatsburg, N.T.; daughter Cleonna Content Appelgate of Brookings.
Contributions may be made to the memorial fund in care of the church, or the Odd Fellows Home friendship fund, Portland.
Statesman Journal 3 Oct 1987 pg 2B
George Vincent
April 16, 1899
October 1, 1987
May 25, 1921
(shares marker with Evelynn)
1900 MT CENSUS (Fergus Co., Lavina, ED 30, sheet 2B)
1930 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Salem, ED 62, sheet 9B)
SJ 3 Oct 1987 pg 2B
SPACE: 3-6-1