Surname: Herbert

Herbert, Ila – Obituary

Haines, Baker County, Oregon Ila Herbert, School Girl, Dies At Hot Lake Hospital Ila, the twelve year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Herbert, who reside on a farm east of Haines, died at 6 o’clock Wednesday evening at the Hot Lake hospital. She had been a patient at the hospital for the past month. The death of the young girl saddened the pupils of the local school, where she had been a student in the fifth grade. Pupils of this and the sixth grade, together with Mrs. Martha Zimmerman, teacher, will attend the funeral to be held at

Biographical Sketch of George A. Herbert

GEORGE A. HERBERT. – The parents of George A. Herbert crossed the plains in 1850, locating in Wasco county, where our subject was born January 22, 1860, on Fifteen-mile creek. The early years of George’s life were spent on the farm of his father until he reached the age of sixteen years. Previous to this time his opportunities for securing an education were very limited; but afterwards he was able to attend The Dalles Public School during the winter, while he still rode the ranges during the summer. In 1879 he commenced a regular course of study at the Oregon

Biography of George F. Herbert

GEORGE F. HERBERT. – This gentleman and his wife were a venerable couple whose lives as pioneers in our state, and as citizens of great merit in social, religious and business life, have made them well known and highly respected in the entire circle of their acquaintances. Mr. Herbert was born in Frederick County, Virginia, in September, 1815. Mrs. Herbert (Elizabeth) née McCormick, was born May 1, 1818, in the same state. They were married in 1838, and emigrated to the frontier of Illinois, where they remained until 1842, when they moved to Iowa, making a second prairie home. In