Washington County OR

Atfalati Indians

Atfalati Indians were located on the Atfalati plains, the hills about Forest Grove and the shores and vicinity of Wapato; they are also said to have extended as far as the site of Portland, all in the present state of Oregon.

Biography of Charles W. Shaff, M. D.

Holding marked prestige as a member of the medical profession of Idaho is Dr. Charles W. Shaff, of Lewiston, now the honored president of the State Medical Association. In the learned professions advancement depends upon the man, his talents, his skill and his ambition. The physician’s power is especially his own; not by purchase, by …

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Wilson, T. J. – Obituary

T. J. Wilson of Greenville, formerly county assessor for Washington County died on Monday last at the Good Samariton Hospital in Portland. Mr. Wilson has been in poor health for several years and had to submit to surgical operations at different times, his constitution finally giving way to the strain. Mr. Wilson was a native …

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Smith, Byron M. – Obituary

Byron M. Smith, 2404 N. E. Flint Avenue died Monday, September 7, 1936 Mr. Smith was the stepfather of Mrs. Eva Harrington. Funeral services Friday 1:30 P. M. at Forest Grove. Oregonian – Friday September 1936 – Furneral Notice

Wilson, Martha J. – Obituary

Died at Hillsboro, March 21; mother of Mrs. Maude W. Boscow and Mrs. Mattie W. Imlay of Hillsboro. Services at Donnelson, Sewell Chapel in Hillsboro Wednesday, March 25 at 2 o’clock. Interment Riverview Cemetery. (this is the Martha on the death ceritficate) Funeral Notice – Wednesday, 25 March 1942 – The Oregonian

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