10. John Thomas Parkinson1 was born on 14 Feb 1862 in Omaha,
Douglas, NE. He died on 7 Dec 1936 in Portland, Multnomah, OR.
He was buried on 10 Dec 1936 in Portland, Multnomah, OR. SOURCE
CENSUS RECORDS: 1900 Census of North Sumpter Precinct, Baker, OR; 1920 Census
of Portland, Multnomah, OR.
MARRIAGE RECORD: Baker County Book 1 p.170; on 23 Jan 1894 at house of
S. Grier, married J.T. Parkinson of County of Baker and Daisy E. Stiles,
County of Baker, presence of S. Grier and Mr. Grier, by Geo. T. Ellis,
Washington County, ID; John T. Parkinson and Allie Lentz, 21 Jul 1886.
OBITUARY: The Morning Oregonian (Portland), Wed, 9 Dec 1936, p.13, col. 6; Parkinson-In
this city, 7 Dec, John Thomas Parkinson, age 74 years, late of 3016 N.E. 27th
Ave., husband of LaDorna Parkinson; father of Eugene B., city; E.T., Beaverton,
OR, and Mary A. Parkinson, city; stepfather of Edmund J. Thompson of San Francisco,
CA; brother of Mrs. Grace H. Holloway of Canby, OR; Mrs. Isophene Alexander,
Baker, OR, member of W.O.W. No. 77, Neighbors of Woodcraft; cosmopolitan lodge,
K. of P.; Ivannette temple, Phythian Sisters. Friends are invited to attend
funeral services Thursday at 1 p.m. under the auspices of A.J. Rose & Sons,
S.E. 6th and Alder. Concluding services, Rose City cemetery. Baker, OR, papers
BIOGRAPHY: Baker County Sketch Book, 1920, Yarns at the Alexanders, A girl who
was teaching at McEwen came home to Auburn for the weekend and returned by stage.
One of the boys wrote a letter to Charles Duckworth asking him to come after
her and drive her home. This letter was supposed to come from the young woman.
Duckworth lived just out of McEwen. Receiving the letter he hastened to borrow
his brother's horse and rode to Auburn. The girl had gone back by stage. The
local girls didn't like Charles Duckworth, and the trick would be enjoyed by
many of them. One night there was a dance at Auburn. Charles Duckworth rode
about three miles for his girl. His brothers, John and Jim and John Parkinson
borrowed Dave Littlefield's wagon and tried to get to the girl before Charles
could. But they all rode back in the wagon without the girl. A miner wanted
to marry Jim Sykes daughter. "No, Siree!" Not unless the boys buy
a keg of whiskey. They scurried up a silk dress for the girl. Someone yelled,
"Sykes is coming." The fellows grabbed up the girl in her finery and
made a dash through the brush to get her to the minister's house before being
caught by her father. In the mad haste the bride's dress was torn from her body--almost.
It was all useless. Sykes was not coming at all. Just a false alarm. A dinner
dance was given. They wanted oyster soup served. Where could they get milk?
Men scurried around in the darkness to find milk? No luck. It was kept in
a cave. They used water instead. Some women had gone to the dance and left
two old bachelors to care for their babies until their return. The bachelors
tore up shirts to make sugar teats to keep the babies from crying.
FURTHER RESEARCH NEEDED: There is an Earl T. Parkinson, born 1890, living with
wife Daisy, in 1920, in Portland, Multnomah, OR. Is this the E.T. Parkinson?
Thomas Parkinson and Allie Rosella Lentz were married on 21 Jul 1886 in Washington,
Id. Allie Rosella Lentz1 was born on 22 Feb 1870 in Cherokee, , IA.
She died on 29 Sep 1935 in Beaverton, Washington, OR. She was buried
on 2 Oct 1935 in Camas, Clark, WA. SOURCE
PARENTAGE: Allie, daughter of William and Mary (or May) (Boyd) Lentz. Parents,
1870 Census of Benton Twp, Keokuk, IA.
CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Census of Baker City, living with Nancy Rush who was
raising her. There is also a William Lantz, age 40, teamster, born OH,
and son Frank, age 12, born IA, living in county.
OTHER MARRIAGES: Baker County, OR; H.J. Perry and Allie Parkinson, 25 Aug 1895.
1900 Census of Baker City, Baker, OR. Harvey J. Perry, born May 1863,
CA; also 1920 Census of Portland, Multnomah, OR; living alone, age 56, born CA.
FUNERAL HOME RECORD: Camas Funeral Home, Swank, p.93; Ollie Rosella Parkinson,
b. 22 Feb 1870, IA, died 29 Sep 1935, Beaverton, OR, Rt. 2, Box 288, charge to:
son, Earl Parkinson, Beaverton, OR, Rt. 2, Box 288; res. same, dfs. 3 Oct 1935,
chapel, ph. Mason, Beaverton, OR; cd. myocarditis; occ. retired; Protestant;
age 65 years, 7 months, 7 days, father. William Lentz, i. Camas Cem., (v/p. 6/228,
lot 14, block 8; mother); 60 years in state.
DEATH RECORD: OR; Washington County, R #2, Beaverton, Allie Parkinson, Box 288,
F, W, widow, age 65 y 7 m 7 d, retired, Home Housekeeper, born IA, father, William
Lentz, b. unknown, m. Boyd, b. unknown, informant, Earl Parkinson, Beaverton,
buried 2 Oct 1935, Camas Cemetery, undertaker, Wilmer Swank, Camas, WA, died
29 Sep 1935, myocarditis.
DEATH NOTICE: Beaverton Enterprise, Fri 4 Oct 1935, p.1 Col. 5; Mrs. Allie Parkinson,
late of route 2, Beaverton, passed away at the age of 65 years. She is survived
by a son Earl Parkinson, Beaverton, a sister, Mrs. Frona Fisher, Salem; brother,
Frank Lentz of Grants Pass and two grandchildren, William and Robert Parkinson
of Beaverton. Funeral services were held Thursday at Camas with interment at
that place. John Thomas Parkinson and Allie Rosella Lentz had the following
|William Franklin (Frank) Parkinson1 was born on 29 Jun 1887 in Granite,
Grant, OR. He died on 26 Sep 1922 in Camas, Clark, WA.
He was buried on 28 Sep 1922 in Camas, Clark, WA. SOURCE
CENSUS RECORDS: In 1900 was living with uncle Rufus Littlefield at South Baker,
Baker, OR. 1910, age 31, born California, Portland 23, Multnomah, living with
Charles Venable, lodger, E.D. 152, Sheet 6, line 74.
OBITUARY: The Oregorian (Portland), Sunday, 1 Oct 1922; Frank Parkinson, one
of the proprietors of the Camas Stage company, died in Camas, WA, last Tuesday
following an illness from typhoid fever. He had lost his eye sight in a mining
accident in Butte, MT, several years ago, but in spite of this took an active
part in the management of the company with which he was associated. Mr. Parkinson
was born at Granite, Grant county, Or., June 29, 1887. His early school days
were spent in Sumpter and Baker City. When he was 17 years of age he took up
mining and engaged in this work until the accident which caused him to become
blind. He attended the school for the blind in Salem for two years and afterwards
entered the confectionery business at that place. He moved to Vancouver, WA,
in 1917 and entered the confectionery business there. In 1919, he purchased
a part interest in the Camas Stage company. He was a director of the Oregon
Auto Stage terminal and of the Washington Association of Stage Owners. He helped
draft the law which put auto stages in Washington under state control. He was
a member of the Knights of Pythias lodge.
FUNERAL HOME RECORD: Camas Funeral Home, Swank; p.176; Parkinson, William Franklin,
b. 29 Jun 1887, Grant county, OR-d. 26 Sep 1922, Camas; dfs. 28 Sep 1922, 10:00
a.m. Swanks Chapel; charge to Alice R. Parkinsens; ph. D.C. Urie, Camas; cd.
typhoid fever; occ. auto stage co., V. Pres; single, 35 years, 2 mos, 27 days;
father. John Thomas Parkinson, b. Omaha, NE; mo. Alice R. Lentz, b. Cherokee
Co., IA; i. Camas Cem., lot 14, block 8; (v/p 6/228).
John Thomas Parkinson and Daisy Ellen
Styles were married on 23 Jan 1894 in , Baker, Or. Daisy
Ellen Styles1 was born
in Jan 1870 in Forest Grove, Mo. She died on 4 May 1901 in Sumpter,
Baker, Or. She was buried on 5 May 1901 in Baker, Baker, OR.
FUNERAL RECORD: Mrs. John Parkinson, age 30, died 4 May 1901, buried 5 May
1901, Mt.Hope Cemetery, shipped from Sumpter, OR, funeral ordered by
W.D. Holloway, Vol. 2 West & Co.
IGI: Daisy Ellen Ferry or Stiles, born 20 Jun 1871, Forest Grove, MO, born MO,
f. MA, m. UT.
Census Place: Hampton, Rush, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254395 National Archives Film T9-0395 Page 552C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Curtis STILES Self M M W 57 CANADA
Occ: Farmer Fa: MA Mo: MA
Mary J. STILES Wife F M W 56 NY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NY Mo: NY
Edgar S. STILES Son M S W 14 IL
Occ: At Home Fa: CANADA Mo: NY
Lillian S. STILES Dau F S W 12 IA
Occ: At Home Fa: CANADA Mo: NY
Daisy E. STILES Dau F S W 9 MO
Fa: CANADA Mo: NY
Anna B. STILES Dau F S W 6 MO
Fa: CANADA Mo: NY
Eugene C. STILES Son M S W 3 MO
Fa: CANADA Mo: NY John Thomas Parkinson and Daisy Ellen Styles had the following
|Mary Ann Parkinson1 was born on 18 Jul 1894 in Sumpter, Baker, Or.
She died on 12 Jul 1985 in Portland, Multnomah, OR. SOURCE
DEATH RECORD: Social Security Death Index.
OBITUARY: Mary Ann Parkinson, The Oregorian (Portland), 15 Jul 1985; Funeral
for Mary Ann Parkinson will be at 1 p.m. Monday in Ross Hollywood Chapel. Miss
Parkinson died Friday in her Northeast Portland home. She was 90. Miss Parkinson,
born in Sumpter, was a school teacher for 36 years until 1959. She was a member
of Fremont United Methodist Church and she had lived in Portland for 55 years.
Miss Parkinson is survived by her brother, Eugene B. Parkinson of Portland.
Entombment will be private. Remembrances may be contibutions to the Fremont
United Methodist Church Memorial Fund.
CENSUS RECORDS: Mary Parkinson, age 17, b. OR, Portland 51, Multnomah, E.D.
186, Sheet 15, line 89, enumerated with Edmond M. Elledridge, servant.
|Eugene Bryan Parkinson1 was born on 16 Oct 1896 in Sumpter,
Baker, Or. He died on 29 Jul 1985 in Portland, Multnomah, OR.
He was buried on 1 Aug 1985 in Portland, Multnomah, OR. SOURCE
FUNERAL HOME RECORDS: Eugene Bryan Parkinson, died 29 Jul 1985, W, M, 88, born
16 Oct 1896, died Multnomah County, died 7:00 a.m., at Portland, at Porthaven
Nursing Home, born Sumpter, night foreman, Greyhound bus lines, worked 30 years,
last worked 1961, residence, 3016 NE 27th, f. John Thomas Parkinson, m. Daisy
Ellen Styles, informant, Vearl Overton, enlisted, 28 Aug 1918, discharged, 4
Feb 1919, army, private, friend, Vearl Overton, 2933 NE 31st, service, Thurs,
1 Aug, 2 p.m., Ross Hollywood, Rev. Dan Pitney, death, hypoxemia consequence
CENSUS RECORDS: 1920 Census of Portland, Multnomah, OR.
Thomas Parkinson and Ladorna Amelia Benner were married in 1915.
Ladorna Amelia Benner1
was born on 3 Sep 1871 of Saint Louis, Gratiot, Mi. She died on 26
Nov 1942 in Portland, Multnomah, OR. She was buried on 28 Nov 1942
in Portland, Multnomah, OR. SOURCE
PARENTAGE: LaDorna, daughter of Edmund and Lavina (Sutrugh) Benner. Parents,
1880 Census of Saint Louis, Pine River Twp, Gratiot, MI.
OBITUARY: Portland, Oregonina, Saturday, 28 Nov 1942; Parkinson-Nov. 26, La Dorna
Amelia Parkinson, late of 3016 NE 27th, mother of Edmond J. Thompson, San Francisco,
CA, and Mary A. Parkinson and Eugene B. Parkinson, city; sister of Mrs. Winifred
Brown, city. Member of Ivanette temple, Pythian Sisters. Friends invited to
attend funeral services, Saturday, 10:30 a.m. at the Conservatory Chapel of A.J.
Rose & Son, SE 6th and Alder. Concluding services Rose City cemetery.
OTHER MARRIAGES: married Fields.
DEATH RECORD: Portland, Multnomah, 3016 NE 27th, since 1908, La Dorna Amelia
Parkinson, F, W, widowed, husband, John, born 3 Sep 1871, age 71 y 2 m 23 d,
born MI, at home, f. Edmund Benner, b. PA, m. Lavina Sutrugh, b. Belta, CAanda,
informant, Mary A. Parkinson, 3016 NE 27th, burial, 28 Nov 1942, Rose City Cemetery,
A.J. Rose and Son, died 26 Nov 1942, hypertensive, heart disease, about 6 years.