Marion Friends Cemetery ~ Edith Arminta Wilson ~ part of the Marion County Cemeteries of Oregon
Wilson, Edith Arminta
LAST: Wilson FIRST: Edith MID: Arminta
BORN: 4 Jan 1884 DIED: 27 Feb 1937 BURIED: 2 Mar 1937
DEATH PLACE: Jefferson, Marion Co., Oregon
OSBH DC (Marion County 1937) #269 – Edith A. Wilson, female, married (Ananias Wilson), housewife, b. 4 Jan 188 in Ohio, d. 27 Feb 1837 in Jefferson, Oregon at the age of 53 y’s 1 m’s 23 d’s, name of father Marcus D. Swabb (b. Ohio), maiden name of mother Edith Coulson (b. Ohio), interment 2 Mar at Marion, undertaker E.E. Howell, informant Dora Chiles of Salem, Oregon. 1900 OR CENSUS - A. Edith, age 16, b. Jan 1884 in Ohio, is enumerated with Marcus, age 41, occupation farmer, b. Mar 1859 in Ohio, and J. Mary, age 35, b. May 1865 in Ohio, along with J. Mary, age 14, b. Jan 1886 in Ohio, H. Pearly, age 12, b. Oct 1887 in Ohio, C. George, age 10, b. Sep 1889 in Ohio, D. Nathaniel, age 9, b. Feb 1892 in Ohio, and A. Gracey, age 9 months, b. Aug 1899 in Oregon.
MARRIAGE – Ananias Wilson md Edith Arminta Swabb on 12 Apr 1908 in Marion Co., Oregon
1910 OR CENSUS - Edith Wilson, age 25, mother of 1 child who is no longer living, b. Ohio, is enumerated with her husband of 2 years, Ananias, age 25, occupation farmer, b. Iowa, is enumerated with his wife of 2 years.
1920 OR CENSUS - Edith Wilson, age 35, b. Ohio, is enumerated with husband Ananias, age 37, occupation railroad laborer, b. Iowa, along with Vernon, age 9, George, age 7, Raymond, age 6, Glenn, age 5, Clifford, age 4, Beulah, age 2, and Virgil, age 2 months, all born in Oregon.
Jefferson—Mrs. Edith Wilson, 53, passed away at the family home here at 12:30 o’clock Saturday morning, following a stroke while attending church last Sunday evening. She was the daughter of M. D. and Mary J. Swabb, and was born January 4, 1884, at Malta, Ohio. When a child she came west with the family and settled in Tillamook county. In 1902 they moved to the Willamette valley where she taught school. She was married to A. Wilson April 12, 1908, in Salem. The family later lived at Marion and in 1929 moved to Jefferson. When a child Mrs. Wilson united with the United Brethren church, later at Marion she became a member of the Friends church, and in 1929 joined the Evangelical church at Jefferson. At the time of her death she was assistant Sunday school superintendent, teacher of a class of junior girls, and president of the Women’s Missionary society. Besides her widower she is survived by seven sons, Vernon L. and Raymond E. of Portland. W. Glen of Yakima, Wash., George M. of Red Bluffs, Cal., Clifford A., Virgil L. and Clarence A. of Jefferson. Two children died in infancy. Also survived by her mother, Mary J. Swabb of Salem; brothers, Perl H. of Portland, George C. of Yakima, Wash., and Nathan D. of Red Bluffs, Cal.; sister, Mrs. Dora Chiles of Salem; and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Evangelical church here Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. with interment in the Marion cemetery, Rev. Charles Fogg officiating.
Capital Journal 1 Mar 1937 8:7
1884- 1937
(shares marker with Ananias)
OSBH DC (Marion County 1937) #269 
1900 OR CENSUS (Tillamook Co., Beaver, ED 74, sheet 3B)
Oregon Marriages 1906-1920
1910 OR CENSUS (Benton Co., Summit, ED 8, sheet 5A)
1920 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Marion, ED 335, sheet 1A)
CJ 1 Mar 1937 8:7
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