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Marion Friends Cemetery ~ George Thomas Slyter ~ part of the Marion County Cemeteries of Oregon
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Slyter, George Thomas
LAST: Slyter FIRST: George MID: Thomas
BORN: 26 Aug 1900 DIED: 9 Apr 1985 BURIED: 12 Apr 1985
OCCUPATION:  Merchant - Shoe repair
BIRTH PLACE:  Etna Green, Kosciusko Co., Indiana
DEATH PLACE: Clackamas Co., Oregon
OSBH DC (Clackamas County 1985) #85-07040 – George Tho. Slyter b. 26 Aug 1900, d. 9 Apr 1985 in Clackamas Co., Oregon at the age of 84, name of spouse Charlotte.
1910 OR CENSUS - George T. Slyter, age 9, b. Indiana, is enumerated with James M. Slyter, age 48, occupation carpenter, b. Indiana, and Jennie A., age 45, mother of 7 children 6 of whom are living at the time of the census, b. Kentucky, along with James. L., age 18, b. Kansas, Ina T., age 16, b. Kentucky, Millie O., age 11, b. Indiana, Seth, age 6, b. Indiana, and Samuel L., age 1, b. Oregon. Also enumerated with the family are Mattie E. Brown, identified as mother-in-law, age 63, widowed, b. Kentucky, William M. Brown, identified as brother-in-law, age 22, b. Kentucky, Kathleen M., identified as sister-in-law, age 18, b. Kentucky, John R. W. Fischer, identified as nephew, age 16, b. Kentucky, and Irene L Fisher, identified as niece, age 8, b. Kentucky.
Slyters to Celebrate 50 Years
WOODBURN—Mr. and Mrs. George T. Slyter will be honored at a reception in observance of their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday, July 2 at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Plumb, 890 Marion St., Woodburn.
The 50th anniversary party will be given by their two daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevens of Aberdeen, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Plumb.
Mr. and Mrs. Slyter, who were married on July 4, 1922 at Marion, Ore., have eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Mr. Slyter retired in 1971 after 22 years as owner of the Woodburn Shoe Service.

Oregon Statesman 30 Jun 1972 25:3
WOODBURN—George T. Slyter, 84, of 2103 Country Club Road, died Tuesday.
Born in Etna Green, Ind., he moved here from Carlton in 1948. He operated a shoe repair service, and was a member of the United Methodist Church and the IOOF.
He is survived by his daughters, Rose M. Plumb, Woodburn, and Blanchie Stevens, Aberdeen, Wash.; and sisters, Ina King, Salem, and Millie Hurd, Springfield.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Cornwell mortuary, and interment in Marion Friends Cemetery, Marion. 
Oregon Statesman 10 Apr 1985 2B:3
George T.
1900 – 1985
(shares marker with Charlotte)
OSBH DC (Clackamas County 1985) #85-07040 
1910 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Marion, ED 215, sheet 4A)
OS 30 Jun 1972 25:3
OS 10 Apr 1985 2B:3
SPACE: 136  

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