Descendents of Henry George Grabenhorst
Henry Christian Grabenhorst
William Henry Grabenhorst


William Harrison Grabenhorst


1-William Harrison Grabenhorst, son of  William Henry Grabenhorst and Eva Haight,, was born on 2 Jan 1890 in Dayton, Webster, Iowa, died on 3 Jan 1957 in Salem, Marion, Oregon at age 67, and was buried in Belcrest Memorial Park, Salem, Marion, Oregon. 

William married Lena Delle Coburn, daughter of Waterbury Maynard Coburn and Susie Elizabeth Quimby, on 14 Sep 1912 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. Lena was born on 8 Mar 1890 in Palouse, Whitman, Washington, died on 4 Mar 1975 in Salem, Marion, Oregon at age 84, and was buried in Belcrest Memorial Park, Salem, Marion, Oregon. They had four children: William Coburn, Donald Gail, Rex Avery, and Roberta Ann. (Note: for more information on Lena and the Coburn family see the website The Yankee Ancestors of Caroline Abigail Coburn)

2-William Coburn Grabenhorst was born on 3 Oct 1914 in Salem, Marion, Oregon and died on 9 Jul 2002 in Salem, Marion, Oregon at age 87. 

William married Freda Thomas in 1942. They were divorced. They had no children.

William next married Gladys Mabel Welsh, daughter of Fred Judson Welsh and Grace Adellia McCabe, on 2 Aug 1947 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. Gladys was born on 23 Sep 1913 in Wibaux, Wibaux, Montana and died on 26 Nov 2001 in Salem, Marion, Oregon at age 88. They had no children.

2-Donald Gail Grabenhorst was born on 26 Jan 1920 in Salem, Marion, Oregon, died on 8 Jun 1920 in Salem, Marion, Oregon of whooping cough, and was buried in City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon. 

2-Rex Avery Grabenhorst was born on 1 Feb 1922 in Salem, Marion, Oregon and died on 15 Oct 2012 in Silverton, Marion, Oregon at age 90. 

Rex first married Enid Johnstead, daughter of Arthur Leroy Johnstead and Helen Mary McNary, in 1942 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. Enid was born in 1923 in Oregon, died in 1965 at age 42, and was buried in City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon. They were divorced and had no children.

Rex next married Nita Fuson on 9 Sep 1950 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. Nita was born on 14 Apr 1924. They were divorced and had no children.

Rex next married Betty Lou Wellman, daughter of Roland Morton Wellman and Beulah Templeton, on 29 Nov 1957 in Stevenson, Skamania, Washington. Betty was born on 16 Apr 1930 in Enid, Garfield, Oklahoma and died on 1 Apr 1996 in Salem, Marion, Oregon at age 65. Betty had been married previously to Otto Brown and had two daughters: Evelyn Kay born in 1948 and Donna Lee born in 1953. Evelyn and Donna took the Grabenhorst name after their mother married Rex. Rex and Betty had one son: Rex Avery Jr.

3-Evelyn Kay Brown Grabenhorst was born in 1948 in Salem, Marion, Oregon.

Evelyn married  Jerry Joe Ditchen on 11 Nov 1972 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. Jerry was born in 1947 in Silverton, Marion, Oregon. They had one child Todd.

4-Todd Jason Ditchen was born in 1973 in Salem, Marion, Oregon.

3-Donna Lee Brown was born on 17 Feb 1953 in Salem, Marion, Oregon and died on 17 Jun 2013 in Vancouver, Clark, Washington at age 60. 

Donna first married Gary Lee Adams on 14 Aug 1971 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. They were divorced and had no children.

Donna next married Rick Taylor on 6 Jun 1981. They were divorced and had no children.

Donna next married Richard Knight on 1 Oct 1987. Rick was born in 1945. They had no children.

3-Rex Avery Grabenhorst Jr. was born on 23 Nov 1962 in Salem, Marion, Oregon, died on 23 Nov 1962 in Salem, Marion, Oregon, and was buried on 26 Nov 1962 in a grave with no marker in the children's section of Belcrest Memorial Park, Salem, Marion, Oregon. 

Rex next married Anne Isabel Howell on 6 Nov 2000 in Silverton, Marion, Oregon.

2-Roberta Ann Grabenhorst was born on 6 May 1925 in Salem, Marion, Oregon and died on 26 May, 2016 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. 

Roberta married Earl Raymond Strausbaugh Jr., son of Earl Raymond Strausbaugh and Eva Lucille Weathers, on 9 Aug 1943 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. Earl was born on 11 May 1925 in Salem, Marion, Oregon and died on 4 Aug 1997 in Salem, Marion, Oregon at age 72. They had two children: Julie Ann and Earl Raymond.

3-Julie Ann Strausbaugh was born in 1947 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. 

Julie married Dewey Best on 25 Oct 1970 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada. They were divorced and had no children.

Julie next married Calvin (Kelly) Singer on 21 Sep 1974 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. They were divorced and had no children.

3-Earl Raymond Strausbaugh III was born on 27 Jul 1952 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. 

Earl married Debora Sue Bowles on 2 Aug 1977. They had three children: Earl Raymond IV, Charity Ann, and Cody William. They were divorced.

4-Earl Raymond Strausbaugh IV was born in 1980 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. 

Earl married Kaylee. They have one son together: Earl Raymond Strausbaugh V. They also each have a child from a previous relationship: Earl has a daughter Savannah Marie and Kaylee has a daughter Anna.

4-Charity Ann Strausbaugh was born in 1982 in Salem, Marion, Oregon. 

Charity married Lance Michael Welch on 12 Dec 2000 in Pierce County Washington. They were divorced.

Charity next married Kenneth Levi Ridgley, son of Clarence Richards and Betty Ridgley, on 9 Aug 2004 in Pierce County, Washington. Kenneth was born on 10 Sep 1974 in Olney, Richland, Illinois and died on 30 Mar 2005 in Iraq at age 30. They had one son: Dillon.

4-Cody William Strausbaugh was born in 1986 in Steilacoom, Pierce, Washington. 

Earl next married Jacqueline Ann Borgens on 14 Nov 1992 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington. They were divorced. They had no children.

Earl next married Linda Marilyn Cromkeecke on 30 Aug 1999 in Pierce County, Washington. They were divorced. They had one son Robert.

4-Robert Alyn Cromkeecke

Earl next married Laurie Louise Elioff in 2007. They were divorced in 2011. They had no children.


Biography
Photographs
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Records

Gravestones


Biography

William Harrison Grabenhorst was born on 2 Jan 1890 in Dayton, Webster, Iowa, the fourth born and second son of William and Eva's eight children. 1902, William and Eva and their family moved to Oregon from Iowa. They purchased the Frank C. Baker farm, consisting of three hundred and twenty-seven acres located four miles south of Salem in the Pringle area of Marion County. A highway intersection incorporating the farm area would later be mapped as Grabenhorst Corners. In 1910 William and Eva made the decision to subdivide the farm and sell it in small tracts of five acres while they moved into the city of Salem. That same year William and his older son, George Henry Grabenhorst, opened up W.H. Grabenhorst & Co. Real Estate in Salem to sell the tracts. The company was very successful and would go on to become a prominent real estate company in the Salem area.  

William, or Bill as he was called, attended public schools in Iowa and Salem. After graduation at eighth grade, his parents wanted him to attend Capital Business College but he had no interest in business. Bill wanted to be a farmer. While starting up his own farm in south Salem, he worked on the farms at Fairview Home. On 4 Sep 1912 in Salem, Bill married Lena Delle Coburn, daughter of Waterbury Maynard Coburn and Susie Elizabeth Quimby. Lena had the nickname Bob after she bobbed her hair one summer.

Bill and Lena had four children. Their first son, William Coburn, was born 4 Sep 1912. Their second son, Don Gail, was born on 26 Jan 1920 and tragically died at six months of whooping cough on 8 Jun 1920. Their third son, Rex Avery, was born 1 Feb 1922. Then on 6 May 1925 they had a daughter, Roberta Ann, or Bobbie Ann as she was always called.

Bill and Lena lived and farmed on the same land for many years. Bill died on 3 Jan 1957. Lena stayed on the farm and later moved in with her daughter Bobbie Ann. She died 4 March 1975 in a Salem nursing home.

William Coburn, or young Bill as he was called when his father was alive, as born on 3 Oct 1914 in Salem. He started working in construction after graduating from public school. He enlisted in the navy on 16 Mar 1942. The year before he enlisted,  the Naval Construction Battalions had been formed. They were given the name Seabees after the initials C and B. Because they were expected to engage in combat as well as construction, their motto was To Build and Fight. Bill was deployed as a naval Seabee and saw action in Dutch Harbor and Okinawa. After being honorably discharged in 1945 he returned to Salem and worked at the State Highway Department for more than 30 years where he was a heavy duty construction equipment expert. Bill married Gladys M. Welsh, daughter of Fred Judson Welsh and Grace Adellia McCabe on Aug. 2, 1947 in Salem. Gladys was born on 23 Sep 1913 in Wibaux, Wibaux, Montana. Bill and Gladys wintered in Quartzite, Ariz., for many years. They loved to explore old mines, pan for gold, and spend time together. They were each other's right hand. Although they did not have children of their own, Bill and Gladys were closely involved in the lives of their nieces and nephews. Gladys died on 26 Nov. 2001 in Salem and Bill died six months later on 9 July 2002 in Salem.

Rex Avery was born on 1 Feb 1922 in Salem. He had two earlier short marriages to Enid Johnstead and Nina Fuson and then married Betty L. Wellman in 1957. Betty had been married previously to Otto Brown and had two daughters: Evelyn Kay born in 1948 and Donna Lee born in 1953. Evelyn and Donna took the Grabenhorst name after their mother married Rex. Rex and Betty had a stillborn son: Rex Avery Jr., on 23 Nov 1962. Rex enlisted in the navy on 26 Sept 1942 where he was deployed as a sub tender. After being honorably discharged in 1945, he went to work for Steelco steel company in Salem where he worked until retirement. Rex liked to hunt and fish on the Siletz River, the coast, and Eastern Oregon and travel to Quartzite, Arizona. Betty died on 1 Apr 1996 in Silverton. After her death Rex married Anne Howell Johnson on 6 Nov 2000. Rex died on 15 Oct 2012 in Silverton. Rex and Betty's daughter, Evelyn, married Jerry Joe Ditchen in 1972. They had one son, Todd Jason, born in 1973. Rex and Betty's daughter, Donna, died 17 Jun 2013 in Vancouver, Washington. She had no children.

Bobbie Ann born on 6 May 1925 in Salem. She married Earl Raymond Strausbaugh Jr., son of Earl Raymond Strausbaugh and Eva Lucille Weathers, on 9 Aug 1943 in Salem. Earl was born on 11 May 1925 in Salem, Marion, Oregon and died on 4 Aug 1997 in Salem, Marion, Oregon at age 72. Earl graduated from North Salem High School in 1943 and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He was a manger for OK Tire store until he retired. He was a member of the Scottish Rite and Shriners and was on the Willamette Christmas Association's board of directors. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. Earl and Bobbie Ann had two children: Julie who was born in 1947 in Salem and Raymond Earl Strausbaugh III who was born in 1952 in Salem. Julie has no children. Earl has four children: Earl Raymond IV, Charity Ann, Cody William and Robert Alyn Cromkeecke.


 Photographs  

William (Bill) Grabenhorst
"Wee Willie"

William (Bill) Grabenhorst
"Wee Willie"

Lillian, George, Charles, Bill,
Anna  Grabenhorst

Waterbury Maynard Coburn and Susie Elizabeth Quimby Family
Lena, Waterbury, Hester, Justus, Caroline
Susie in front with Harriet

       
 

 

William (Bill) Grabenhorst

Lena Delle Coburn
Grabenhorst

William (Bill) Grabenhorst and
Lena Delle Coburn Grabenhorst

Lena Delle Coburn
Grabenhorst

William (Bill) Grabenhorst

           

 

William (Bill) Grabenhorst and Lena Coburn Grabenhorst

William (Bill) and Lena Grabenhorst

William (Bill), Lena and Billie Grabenhorst

 
 
   

"Tikey" Bill Grabenhorst

 

William (Bill), Billie and Lena Grabenhorst

William (Bill) and
son Bill Grabenhorst Jr.

Bill Grabenhorst Jr.
July 1922

 

           

Henry Christian, William Henry, William (Bill) and Bill Jr
6 March 1921.

Bill Grabenhorst Jr.

Bill Jr. and Gladys Grabenhorst

Avery Rex Grabenhorst and
Bill Grabenhorst Jr.

       
   

Roberta Ann Grabenhorst
(Bobbie Ann)

Bobbie Ann, Julie, Earl and Earl III
Strausbaugh  1952

Earl III and Julie Strausbaugh 1958

   

 

 


Documents and Articles

Obituaries

William Harrison Grabenhorst

Obituary: Statesman Journal

Last Rites for Farmer Set
Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. today at W.T. Rigdon Chapel for William Harrison Grabenhorst, 67, who died Thursday at a Salem hospital A resident of the Salem area for 54 years, Grabenhorst was the son of William H and Eva Haight Grabenhorst. He had operated a farm for many years in the Pringle area of Salem at Route 4 Box3. The Rev Rodger Smith will officiate at the services and internment will follow at Belcrest Memorial Park.
Statesman Journal Obituary: March 5, 1975

Lena Coburn Grabenhorst

Statesman Journal Obituary: March 5, 1975
 
Lena Grabenhorst
Lena Delle Coburn Grabenhorst, 84, 2482 Kubler Road S, died Tuesday at a local nursing home. Mrs. Grabenhorst was born in Washington. She came to the Pringle area south of Salem with her family when she was one year old. She was the widow of William Grabenhorst. Surviving are daughter Roberta Strausbaugh and sons Rex and Bill, all Salem; sister Harriet Wechter, North Bend; four grandchildren; two great grandchildren. Services will be 1:30 pm Tuesday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Rev Chester Smith officiating. Internment will be in Belcrest Memorial Park.

Donald G. Grabenhorst

Salem Newspaper Obituary: 9 June 1920

Donald G. Grabenhorst, the 4 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Grabenhorst Jr., died yesterday died yesterday noon at the at the family home four miles south of Salem. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family home. Burial will be held in City View Cemetery.

Salem Newspaper Funeral Notice

The funeral for Donald Grabenhorst, four months old son of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Grabenhorst Jr., residing four miles south of Salem, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel of Rigdon & Son. Little Donald was born January 26. The funeral was conducted by the Rev. William Nichols, and burial was in City View cemetery.

William Coburn Grabenhorst

Obituary: Statesman-Journal August 9, 2002
 
William Coburn Grabenhorst October 03, 1914 - July 10, 2002 SALEM - William Coburn 'Bill' Grabenhorst, 87, died July 10, 2002. Bill was in the Navy SEABEES and saw action in Dutch Harbor and Okinawa. He worked for the State Highway Dept. for more than 30 years. He married Gladys M. Welsh on Aug. 2, 1947; she preceded him in death on Nov. 26, 2001. Survivors include his brother, Rex Grabenhorst, and sister, Roberta Ann Strausbaugh, both of Salem; nephew, Earl Strausbaugh III; and nieces, Julie Singer, Evelyn Ditchen and Donna Knight. Bill and Gladys wintered in Quartzite, Ariz., for many years. They loved to explore old mines, pan for gold, and spend time together. They were each other's right hand. Although they did not have children of their own, Bill and Gladys were involved in many children's lives; they are survived by many whose lives were wonderfully affected by their caring and love. A Celebration of Life will be held in September, date and place to be determined. Arrangements are by Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors in Salem. Contributions may be made to an organization of your choice.

Gladys M. Welsh Grabenhorst (wife of William Coburn Grabenhorst)

Obituary: Statesman-Journal August 9, 2002
 
Gladys M. Welsh-Grabenhorst September 23, 1913 - November 26, 2001 SALEM - Gladys M. Welsh-Grabenhorst, 87, died Nov. 26, 2001. Born in Wilbaux, Mont.; she worked part-time for Salem School for the Blind, and was a homemaker. She married William C. Grabenhorst on Aug. 2, 1947; she preceded him in death by seven months. Survivors include her sister, Jennie Welsh Landolt of Beaverton; and numerous nieces and nephews. Bill and Gladys wintered in Quartzite, Ariz., for many years. They loved to explore old mines, pan for gold, and spend time together. They were each other's right hand. Although they did not have children of their own, Bill and Gladys were involved in many children's lives; they are survived by many whose lives were wonderfully affected by their caring and love. A Celebration of Life will be held in September, date and place to be determined. Arrangements are by Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors in Salem. Contributions may be made to an organization of your choice. Obituary: Salem Statesman Journal Gladys Grabenhorst September 23, 1913 - November 26, 2001 SALEM - No services will be held. Surviving: her husband, William. Arrangements: Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors, Salem.

Rex Avery Grabenhorst

Obituary: Statesman Journal: October 18, 2012

Rex Avery Grabenhorst
February 1, 1922 - October 15, 2012
SALEM - Rex passed away Oct 15, 2012. He was born and raised in Salem. He married Betty L. Wellman in 1957 and they had three children. Rex was a WWII vet and served in the United States Navy as a sub tender. He liked to hunt and fish on the Siletz River, the coast, and Eastern Oregon and travel to Quartzite, Arizona. Rex wanted to be remembered as a happy, loving father. He will be missed by his family and many friends. Rex is preceded in death by his brother Bill and survived by his sister Bobby Strausbaugh, daughters Evelyn Brown Grabenhorst (Jerry Ditchen), and Donna Grabenhorst (Rich Knight), former spouse Anne Johnson, grandchild Todd Ditchen (Jennifer), and great-grandchildren Tyler, Alexis, and Jason. At dad's request, no services will be held. Arrangements provided by Keizer Funeral Chapel.

Betty L. Grabenhorst (wife of Rex Avery Grabenhorst)

Obituary: Salem Statesman Journal

Betty L. Grabenhorst
April 16, 1930 - April 1, 1996
SILVERTON - Betty L. Grabenhorst, 65, died Monday. She was born in Enid, Okla., and moved from Arkansas to Salem in 1940. She worked in the cost accounting department of the Salem City Water Department. She was a member of Avion Travelcade RV Club and enjoyed fishing and crafts. Survivors include her husband Rex; daughters Evelyn Ditchen of Salem and Donna Knight of Vancouver, Wash.; brother, Roe Wellman of Salem; sister, Maysile Monroe of Keizer; one grandchild and one great-grandchild. Private family services will be held. Contributions: American Diabetes Association, care of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary in Salem.

Earl Raymond Strausbaugh (husband of Roberta Anne Grabenhorst Strausbaugh)

Obituary:  Statesman-Journal

Earl Raymond Strausbaugh
May 11, 1925 - Aug. 4, 1997
Earl R., Strausbaugh, 72, died Monday. Cause of death was not available. Born in Salem, he graduated from North Salem High School in 1943 and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He was a manger for OK Tire store until retiring. He was a member of the Scottish Rite and Shriners and was on the Willamette Christmas Association's board of directors. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. He married Roberts Grabenhorst on Aug. 9, 1943. Survivors include his wife; daughter, Julie Singer of Salem; son, Earl III of Steilacoom, Wash.; brother, Don of Tigard; sister, Bethalene Kuper of Bend; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Private memorial services are Saturday. Arrangements are by Rigdon-Ransom Colonial Chapel.


Records

Census Records

1900 census

 

 

 

William Grabenhorst age 40 born in Maryland farmer
Evelyn Grabenhorst age 38 born in Iowa
Anna A Grabenhorst age 16 born in Iowa
Lillian A Grabenhorst age 14 born in Iowa
George W Grabenhorst age 12 born in Iowa
William H Grabenhorst age 10 born in Iowa
Charley W Grabenhorst age 8 born in Iowa
Eugene B Grabenhorst age 6 born in Iowa
Nellie C Grabenhorst age 3 born in Iowa
Amos Mores age 38 born in New York farm laborer
Elmer L Ruby age 24 born in Pennsylvania farm laborer
Dayton, Webster, Iowa; Roll: 465; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 0172; FHL microfilm: 1240465

1910 census

 

 

 

William Grabenhorst age 20 attending FM school
Census page shows many other students and staff
Liberty, Marion, Oregon; Roll: T624_1284; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0214; FHL microfilm: 1375297

1920 census

 

 

 

William H Grabenhorst age 30 born in Oregon occupation farmer
Lena D age 29 born in Washington
William C age 5 born in Oregon
Pringle, Marion, Oregon; Roll: T625_1497; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 334; Image:1046.

(2 pages)

1930 census

 

 

 

William H Grabenhorst age 40 born in Oregon occupation farmer
Lena D age 39 born in Washington
William C age 15 born in Oregon
Rex A age 8 born in Oregon
Roberta Anne age 4 born in Oregon
Pringle, Marion, Oregon; Roll: 1947; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 1132.0.

1940 census

 

 

 

William H Grabenhorst age 50 born in Oregon occupation farmer
Lena D Grabenhorst age 50 born in Washington
William C Grabenhorst age 25 born in Oregon
Rex A Grabenhorst age 18 born in Oregon
Roberta A Grabenhorst age 14 born in Oregon
Pringle, Marion, Oregon; Roll: T627_3374; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 24-46.

Military Records

World War I Draft Registration

 

NAME: William Harrison Grabenhorst
COUNTY: Marion
STATE: Oregon
BIRTHPLACE: Iowa, United States of America
BIRTH DATE: 2 Jan 1890
RACE: American

World War II Draft Registration

 

NAME: William Harrison Grabenhorst
BIRTH DATE: 2 Jan 1890
BIRTH PLACE: Dayton, Iowa, USA
RESIDENCE: Salem, Oregon, USA
RACE: White

Vital Records

Marriage Records

Salem Newspaper Marriage Notice
MARRIED
GRABENHORST - COBURN - At the parsonage of Leslie M.E. church, Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, Miss Lena D. Coburn, of Salem, to  William H. Grabenhorst Jr., of Salem. Rev. A.C. Brackenburg officiating. The young people will make their home on a farm four miles south of this city.

Birth Records

Salem Newspaper Birth Notice
Son is Born
An eight pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grabenhorst Jr. Monday, January 26. He has been named Donald Gail.

Salem Newspaper Birth Notice
BORN: GRABENHORST
To Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Grabenhorst, Jr., October 3, 1914, an eight pound boy. The new arrival will be named William Coburn.

Salem Newspaper Birth Notice
Son is Born
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Grabenhorst, Jr., report the arrival of a baby son at their home on rural route No. 4, Wednesday, February 1. He has been named Rex Avery.

Salem Newspaper Birth Notice
Birth is Reported
Roberta Anne Grabenhorst is the name given to the baby daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Grabenhorst, who lives four miles south of Salem. The birth was reported May 6.

Death Records

Oregon Death Index

NAME: William H Grabenhorst
DEATH DATE: 3 Jan 1957
DEATH PLACE: Marion
SPOUSE: Lena
CERTIFICATE: 487

NAME: Lena Del Grabenhorst
AGE: 85
BIRTH DATE: Mar 1890
DEATH DATE: 4 Mar 1975
DEATH PLACE: Marion
SPOUSE: William
CERTIFICATE: 75-04277

NAME: Donald Grabenhorst
DEATH DATE: 8 Jun 1920
DEATH PLACE: Marion
CERTIFICATE: 412

NAME: William Coburn Grabenhorst
AGE: 88
BIRTH DATE: 1914
DEATH DATE: 10 Jul 2002
DEATH PLACE: Marion
SPOUSE: Gladys

NAME: Gladys Grabenhorst (wife of William Coburn Grabenhorst)
AGE: 88
BIRTH DATE: 1913
DEATH DATE: 26 Nov 2001
DEATH PLACE: Marion
SPOUSE: William

NAME: Betty Lou Grabenhorst (wife of Rex Avery Grabenhorst)
AGE: 65
BIRTH DATE: 16 Apr 1930
DEATH DATE: 1 Apr 1996
DEATH PLACE: Marion
SPOUSE: Rex
CERTIFICATE: 96-07427

Social Security Death Index

NAME: Lena Grabenhorst
SSN: 540-78-7118
LAST RESIDENCE: 97302 Salem, Marion, Oregon, USA
BORN: 8 Mar 1890
DIED: Mar 1975
STATE (YEAR) SSN ISSUED: Oregon (1973

NAME: William C Grabenhorst
SSN: 544-16-7206
LAST RESIDENCE: 97701 Bend, Deschutes, Oregon, USA
BORN: 3 Oct 1914
DIED; 10 Jul 2002
STATE (YEAR) SSN ISSUED: Oregon (Before 1951)

NAME: Gladys Grabenhorst (wife of William Coburn Grabenhorst)
SSN: 543-22-8592
LAST RESIDENCE: 97701 Bend, Deschutes, Oregon, USA
BORN: 23 Sep 1913
DIED: 26 Nov 2001
STATE (YEAR) SSN ISSUED: Oregon (Before 1951)


Gravestones

William and Lena Grabenhorst
Belcrest Cemetery
Salem, Marion, Oregon

Donald Grabenhorst
Belcrest Cemetery
Salem, Marion, Oregon

     

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