Surname: Springer

Springer, Albert C. – Obituary

Haines Man Killed At Cove Ore Cove, Ore., Feb. 26, Albert C. Springer of Haines was electrocuted Saturday afternoon while repairing electric transmission wires three miles east of here. The dead man had been visiting at the home of John Rutter, electrician, and when Mr. Rutter was called to town Saturday afternoon Springer volunteered to repair the wires which had broken and fallen to the ground. Two hours after leaving Springer, Rutter and a friend, Mr. Evans of Baker, who was accompanying Mr. Rutter home to spend the night found Springer’s body in the road where it had fallen. The

Springer, Lucinda Mrs. – Obituary

Come From Portland To Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. James Dalton, of Oak Grove, a suburb of Portland, arrived in Baker the latter part of last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Dalton’s mother, Mrs. Lucinda Springer, who passed away Wednesday, of last week, from heart failure. Funeral services for the deceased were held from West’s Chapel in Baker, and interment was made in that city. Mrs. Springer was 67 years of age, and had been a resident of Baker county for 35 years. She is survived by six children; George E., of Ione, Wash.; Mrs. James Dalton, of

Springer, Dorothy Davis Mrs. – Obituary

Dorothy M. Springer, 66, a resident of Baker City, died Sunday July 28 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Graveside services for Mrs. Springer were held Wednesday July 31 at 2:00 p.m. in the Mt. Hope Cemetery. Mrs. Springer was born December 31, 1924 on a ranch near Haines, Oregon, the daughter of George and Cora (Jenkins) Davis. She married Theron Springer March 16, 1943 at La Grande, Oregon. She loved fishing, hunting and her family and most of all, life. She is survived by four children, Terry Steve, and Jim Springer, daughter, Rebecca Henry, all of Baker City, Oregon; two sisters,

Biographical Sketch of J. Springer

J. Springer, farmer; P. O. Charleston. The subject of this sketch was born on the line between Fayette and Jessamine Counties, Ky., Feb. 13, 1808; he married Miss Lucy A. Payton on Easter Sunday, 1838; she was born in Fayette Co., Ky., Sept. 7, 1814. They had six children, three Sept., viz., Angeline, Nannie J. and Mary M. He lived in Kentucky twenty-one years; he then went to Missouri and settled in Clay Co., where he engaged at his trade of wagon making, and remained seven or eight years; he then returned to Kentucky and followed his trade about twelve