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Boston, Arilla

1914 - 1921

Boston, John W.

1826 - 1896

Boston, John William

1892 - 1961

Boston, Lizzie

1871 - 1921

Boston, Nancy

1840 - 1918

Boston, Rose M.

1901 - 1986

Boston, William

1867 - 1931

Bouse, John Russell

 1944 -2007

Bouse, Linda Carol

 1942 - 2000

Bowman, Justin

1984 - 2010

Boyse, Mattie

1878 - 1885

Bramhall, Viola

1866 - 1885

Brandt, Annis E.

 1878 - 1912

Brandt, Charles A.

 1834 - 1879

Brandt, Fredericka M.

 1846 - 1931

Last Name:  BOSTON First:  Arilla Middle: 

Lot # :  45

Plot # :  9

Gender:  F Birth Name:  Boston
Born:  2 Feb 1914 Died:  7 Jun 1921 Burial Date:  June 19, 1921
Notes:  Daughter of William A. Boston and Louisa "Lizzie" (Wilson) Boston
Ledger Notes:  Age:  7 Yrs., 3 Mos., 12 Days     Funeral:  W.W. Hollingsworth  

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Granite monument and concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  Apron is partly covered; minor mower chips
Engraving:                  Mint condition
Illustrations: None
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
  Top inscription, reading from the East:

ARILLA BOSTON
1914 - 1921
 

Date Surveyed:   8-10-06 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOSTON First:  John Middle: W.

Lot # :  45

Plot # :  12

Gender:  M Birth Name:  Boston
Born:  26 Aug 1826 Died:  18 Jun 1896 Burial Date:  June 18, 1896
Notes:  Likely Pioneer; Veteran, probably of the Civil War.   Ledger says 69 Yrs., 11 Mos., but monument says 69 Yrs., 10 Mos.; Adoptive father of William A. Boston
Ledger Notes:  Age:  69 Yrs. 11 Mos.  

   
 

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Marble monument and plinth on concrete base
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  Monument was loose and off-set from the base; was re-secured in 5/08
Engraving:                  Clear, but worn with some lichen
Illustrations: Baskets of flowers, lily & fronds, banner with "Rest in Peace", ivy on 4 sides of plinth
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
  South face:     

JOHN W.
BOSTON
DIED
JUNE 18, 1896
AGED
69 YS. 10 MS.
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North face:

 

NANCY
BOSTON
1840 - 1918

Date Surveyed:   8-10-06 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOSTON First:  John Middle:  William
Lot # :  27 Plot # :  1 Gender:  M Birth Name:  Boston
Born:  6 Apr 1892 Died:  6 Sep 1961 Burial Date:  Sept. 9, 1961
Ledger Notes:    Age: 69 Yrs., 5 Mos.      Funeral:  Mannenbach Funeral Home
Other Notes:  World War I Veteran
                       Son of William A. Boston and Louisa "Lizzie" (Wilson) Boston
Neighbor Contribution:  
Had a family farm (hay, cattle, filberts) on the east side of S.W. Brown Road and near the main entrance to Dammasch State Hospital, north of the Otto Jaeger farm and south of the William (Bill) Bischoff farm.  Now part of Villebois.
 
Stephen Baker
310-490-8510
 

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Granite monument and base on a concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  None
Engraving:                  Mint condition
Illustrations: WW I insignia (?)
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
Inscriptions, East face:     

B O S T O N

ROSE  M.
1901  ----  1986

JOHN  W.
1892          1961
UNIT 418
U.S.  ARMY  W.W. 1

West face:

B O S T O N

Date Surveyed:   9-02-07 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOSTON First:  Louisa "Lizzie" Middle: 

Lot # :  45

Plot # :  8

Gender:  F Birth Name:  Louisa Wilson
Born:  13 Apr 1871 Died:  13 Jun 1921 Burial Date:  June 14, 1921
Notes:  Daughter of Charles Wilson and Fredericka Wilson
            Mother of Mary, John, Charles, Anna, Homer, Leatha, Nola, and Arilla

Ledger Notes:  Age:  50 Yrs., 2 Mos., 22 Days     Funeral:  W.W. Hollingsworth  

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Granite monument and concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  Apron is covered
Engraving:                  Mint condition but legibility reduced due to lichen
Illustrations: None
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
  Top inscription, reading from the East:

B O S T O N
MOTHER                       FATHER
  LIZZIE                  WILLIAM
1871 --- 1921        1867 --- 1931
 

Date Surveyed:   8-10-06 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOSTON First:  Nancy Middle: O.

Lot # :  45

Plot # :  11

Gender:  F Birth Name:  Beavert
Born:  15 March 1840
Conway Co., Arkansas
Died:  11 Jul 1918
Newberg, OR
Burial Date:  July 13, 1918
Notes:  Oregon Trail Pioneer  1852/3      Married John W. Boston, Nov. 13, 1856, Clackamas Co.
             Adoptive mother of William A. Boston;

Ledger Notes:  Age:  78 Yrs., 3 Mos., 26 Days     Funeral:  W.W. Hollingsworth  
Obituary:      Tualatin Valley News, July 26, 1918
Mrs. Nancey  O. Boston, born in Conway county, Arkansas March 15, 1840. Married John Boston at Oregon City 1855. Died at the home of her grand daughter Mrs. George Underwood. In Newberg July 11, 1918. She leaves to morn her loss: one sister Mrs. Newby, one brother J. M. Bevert of Penelton. Also an adopted son, W. Boston of Sherwood, her husband having passed from this life June 18, 1896. Funeral services held at the Chapel of Hollingsworth's Undertaking Parlors Interment at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery July 13, 1918
                                      Contributed by Vicki Bonagofski          beavert53 at aol.com

 

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Marble monument and plinth on concrete base
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  Monument was loose and off-set from the base; was re-secured in 5/08
Engraving:                  Clear, but worn with some lichen
Illustrations: Baskets of flowers, lily & fronds, banner with "Rest in Peace", ivy on 4 sides of plinth
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
  South face:     

JOHN W.
BOSTON
DIED
JUNE 18, 1896
AGED
69 YS. 10 MS.
--------------
 

North face:

 

NANCY
BOSTON
1840 - 1918

Date Surveyed:   8-10-06 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOSTON First:  Rose Middle:  Maria
Lot # :  27 Plot # :  2 Gender:  F Birth Name:  Jaeger
Other Surname:  Wheaton
Born:  16 Mar 1901 Died:  8 May 1986 Burial Date:  May 13, 1986
Ledger Notes:    Age: 85 Yrs., 1 Mos., 22 Days      Funeral:  Attrell's Chapels
Other Notes:  Listed in the ledger under "Wheaton", 1980 marriage to Harry Wheaton
                      Daughter of Emil F. Jaeger and Augusta C. (Dieckman) Jaeger
 

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Granite monument and base on a concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  None
Engraving:                  Mint condition
Illustrations: WW I insignia (?)
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
Inscriptions, East face:     

B O S T O N

ROSE  M.
1901  ----  1986

JOHN  W.
1892          1961
UNIT 418
U.S.  ARMY  W.W. 1

West face:

B O S T O N

Date Surveyed:   9-02-07 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOSTON First:  William Middle: A.

Lot # :  45

Plot # :  7

Gender:  M Birth Name:  Weston 
Born:  18 Apr 1867 Died:  20 Mar 1931 Burial Date:  March 22, 1931
Notes:  Adopted son of John W. Boston and Nancy O. (Beavert) Boston
            Son of William Weston and Catherine Beagle
            Father of Mary, John, Charles, Anna, Homer, Leatha, Nola, and Arilla

Ledger Notes:  Age:  63 Yrs., 11 Mos., 2 Days     Funeral:  Holman & Pace

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Granite monument and concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  Apron is covered
Engraving:                  Mint condition but legibility reduced due to lichen
Illustrations: None
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
  Inscription, top reading from the East:

B O S T O N
MOTHER                FATHER
  LIZZIE             WILLIAM
1871 - 1921        1867 - 1931
 

Date Surveyed:   8-10-06 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOUSE First:  John Middle: Russell

Lot # :  226

Plot # :  2

Gender:  M Birth Name: 
Born:  1944 Died:  2007 Burial Date:  May 2, 2007
Notes:  U.S. Navy Veteran
Ledger Notes:  Age:  62 Yrs., 11 Mos., 19 Days       

Monument Material:    Granite monument with concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  None
Engraving:                  Mint condition
Illustrations:                  Two open books, flowers and heart with marriage date
Flower Containers:    One container and cup
Other Remarks:  
Inscriptions, top reading from the East:  
 
B O U S E
John R.
1944 -- 2007
Married
April 8
1978
Linda C.
1942 -- 2000
Date Surveyed:   4-02-08 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOUSE First:  Linda Middle: Carol

Lot # :  226

Plot # :  1

Gender:  F Birth Name: 
Born:  1942 Died:  2000 Burial Date:  May 9, 2000
Notes: 
Ledger Notes:  Age:  57 Yrs., 7 Mos., 21 Days        Funeral:  Young's Funeral Home

Monument Material:    Granite monument with concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  None
Engraving:                  Mint condition
Illustrations:                  Two open books, flowers and heart with marriage date
Flower Containers:    One container and cup
Other Remarks:  
Inscriptions, top reading from the East:  
 
B O U S E
John R.
1944 -- 2007
Married
April 8
1978
Linda C.
1942 -- 2000
Date Surveyed:   4-02-08 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOWMAN First:  Justin Middle:  John Dudley

Lot # :  194

Plot # :  5

Gender:  M Birth Name:  Bowman
Born:  7 Apr 1984 Died:  15 Feb 2010  
Ledger Notes:  Age:  25 years     Funeral:  Attrell's

Church Obituary:  Justin John Dudley Bowman was born April 7th, 1984 to John and Darla Bowman at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Portland OR.  He had a great love of life and enjoyed many things.  He had a quick wit and always had a comeback.  This always seemed to surprise people as he was really a shy, quiet person.  Justin was always a great big brother to his little “sista” Karen.  He served as a role model and confidant.  They were best friends!

In his childhood years, Justin was a member of 4H and enjoyed raising and showing steers at the Washington County Fair.  He always had a great love of animals, which he continued throughout his life.  He had a dog named Sierra, and cat, River.  Justin also played soccer and was on the track team in high school, competing in the shot-put and discus.   Justin could also be classified as a “trekkie”, knowing an absurd amount of detail about each Star Trek ship.


He graduated from Tualatin High School in 2003 where he learned the craft of Technical Theater.  Justin was very gifted at sound
and lights and worked occasionally at the PCC Theater.  He also ran sound regularly at the Tigard United Methodist Church. 

Justin worked multiple jobs over the years starting as a weekend animal caretaker and cleaner at Canterbury Animal Hospital when he was only 14 years old.  He continued to work there on weekends and nights.  His main job was working at Beaverton High School as a groundsman/custodian.  He always came home with great stories and truly enjoyed his co-workers.  He was a member of OSEA
and he had just completed training to be the shop steward at Beaverton High School. 

While working three jobs, Justin was continuing his education at PCC and was a diligent student.  He always expressed his wish to complete his degree before Karen received hers.  Some things that Justin enjoyed doing were camping at East Lake, fishing, reading, playing his tuba in the Tualatin Valley Community Band, listening to music and going on long drives in his truck, which was his pride and joy.

Justin died of a heart attack on February 15th, 2010 in Yamhill, OR where he was out helping trim trees for his grandparents.  He died doing what he loved: using his chainsaw (J) and helping those who needed help.  Justin touched many lives in his 25 years here on Earth and he will be truly missed by all who love him.

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Granite monument with concrete apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  None
Engraving:                  Mint condition, black paint in engraved letters
Illustrations: Forest mountain scene with fishing boat on lake; bird and numerous stars
Flower Containers:    None
Inscriptions, top reading from the East:    

Justin John Dudley Bowman
April 7, 1984  February 15, 2010

 


Be true to your work,
your word, and your friend.
               
Henry David Thoreau

Love Life              

Date Surveyed:   7-24-10 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BOYSE First:  Mattie (Martha) Middle: 

Lot # :  51

Plot # :  10

Gender:  F Birth Name: 
Born:  June 30, 1878 Died:  Aug. 1, 1885 Burial Date:  Aug. 2, 1885
Notes:  Ledger lists her as 'Martha' but stone says 'Mattie'
Ledger Notes:  Age:  7 Yrs. 1 Mo.   Nativity:  Oregon
Family Notes:  See more info on this individual under Frankie Brown.

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Marble monument and concrete base
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  Has been broken in past; re-set in concrete, now covers part of inscription; top is chipped
Engraving:                  Legibility reduced due to wear; illegible under the concrete
Illustrations: Carved flower bud with broken stem
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
Inscriptions:  East face:     

MATTIE,
Daughter of
JOHN & EMMA
BOYSE,
Born June 30, 1878;
Died Aug. 1, 1885.
--------------
(Poem here is largely illegible and some lines are below the concrete.)

Date Surveyed:   6-30-06 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BRAMHALL First:  Viola Middle:  J.

Lot # :  8

Plot # :  12

Gender:  F Birth Name: 
Born:  1866 Died:  1885 Burial Date:  June 3, 1885
Notes:  Possible Pioneer
Ledger Notes:  Age:  18 Yrs., 6 Mos., 20 Days    Nativity:  Illinois
Monument is missing but burial is recorded in the ledgers.
Date Surveyed:   5-29-06 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BRANDT First:  Annis Middle:  E.
Lot # :  17 Plot # :  7 Gender:  F Birth Name:  McQuilkin
Born:  Feb. 7, 1878 Died:  Feb. 7, 1912 Burial Date:  Feb. 9, 1912
Ledger Notes:    Age:  34 Yrs.        
                         Nativity:  Minnesota
Other Notes:  Annis (Annie) E. Brandt was married to Henry A. Brandt (death & burial unknown), son of Charles and Fredericka Brandt in 17-9 & 10.
Family Contribution: 
Annis ("Annie") E. (McQuilkin) Brandt.  The record of Annie's marriage is extracted in May R. Lepschat & G.S. Balfour, Washington County Oregon Records, Marriage Records, vol. 2, 1881-1896, p. 82 (Genealogy Forum of Portland, 1972):   "H A Brandt, 20, & Miss Annie McQuilkin, both of Washington co, m 29 Nov 1894 at house of D McQuilken; Oliver K Brown, Rose [sic] Brown, Wits; J W Eldredge, Minister, p. 566." 
(The witnesses to this wedding actually were Rosa Lee Brandt -- a sister of Henry's and Gertrude's, who was married to Oliver K. Brown.) 
The 1900 census lists "Annis E" Brandt, 22, born in Feb. 1878 in Minnesota, living with her husband "Henry A," 26, and two children born in Oregon: Harold W., 4, b. Feb. 1896, and "Emery A," 2, b. 1878. The census further shows that her father was born in Scotland, her mother in New York. 1900 U.S. Census, E. Cedar Crk Pct, Washington Cnty, OR.  
 

Photos:

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Granite monument on a concrete base with a apron
Auxiliary Stones:   None
Monument Problems:  Minor sinking
Engraving:                  Mint condition; "MOTHER" in relief
Illustrations: None
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks:  
Inscriptions, top reading from the West:     
 

MOTHER
ANNIS  E.  BRANDT
FEB. 7, 1878  ---  FEB. 7, 1912

Date Surveyed:   9-02-07 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BRANDT First:  Charles Middle:  A.
Lot # :  17 Plot # :  10 Gender:  M Birth Name: 
Born:  April 3, 1834 Died:  Jan. 10, 1879 Burial Date:  Jan. 11, 1879
Ledger Notes:    Age:  44 Yrs., 9 Mos., 7 Days                   Nativity:  Germany
Other Notes:  Oregon Pioneer of 1851    
                      Father of Gertrude Campbell in 204-7, and Liona Marks in 17-12.
Family Contribution: 
Charles A. Brandt.  Born about 1830 in "Prussia," Germany (not Russia, as your records have it).  Although he was dead by the time of the 1880 census, the census does record data on the various children in the family, and notes that their father was born in "Prussia."  Charles may have been a minister. There is at least one Washington County, OR, marriage recorded in which "Rev. Chas A Brandt" presided on 3 June 1877. The record was extracted from the Washington County Marriage Records, Book Two, and it states: "George Galbreath and Miss Emma Viola Walker m 3 June 1877 at house of the bride's mother at Tualatin in the presence of many wits; Rev. Chas A Brandt, p. 161." May R. Lepschat & G.S. Balfour, Washington County Oregon Records, Marriage Records, 1842-1880, vol. 1, p. 51 (Genealogy Forum of Portland, 1972).
 

 

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Marble monument and plinth on a sandstone base
Auxiliary Stones:   "FATHER" and "MOTHER" marble side stones
Monument Problems:  Plinth was loose from the base; was re-secured in 5/08; trimmer chips on the base; aux. stones are badly chipped by mowers; "MOTHER" stone is partly sunken
Engraving:                  Clear, but worn; legibility reduced due to lichen
Illustrations: Base is carved
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks: There is a concrete border remnant on the south side
Inscriptions:    
South North West
CHARLES  A.
BRANDT
BORN
APR. 3, 1834
DIED
JAN. 10, 1879
______
The mistry is solved.
FREDERICKA  M.
WIFE OF

CHARLES
BORN
DEC. 8, 1846
DIED
FEB. 18, 1931
 
    BRANDT
Date Surveyed:   9-02-07 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

Last Name:  BRANDT First:  Fredericka Middle:  Margaret
Lot # :  17 Plot # :  9 Gender:  F Birth Name:  (Wickert/Weckert)
Other Surname: Eldridge
Born:  Dec. 8, 1846 Died:  Feb. 18, 1931 Burial Date:  Feb. 25, 1931
Ledger Notes:    Age:  84 Yrs., 2 Mos., 10 Days     Funeral:  W. W. Hollingsworth
Other Notes:  Recorded in the ledger under Eldridge, likely a subsequent married name.
                      Likely Pioneer    Mother of Gertrude Campbell in 204-7, and Liona Marks in 17-12.
Family Contribution: 
Frederika Margaret (Wickert/Weckert) Brandt.  Born in "Wurttemberg" Germany.  The census recorded on 15 & 16 June, 1880, shows Frederika as head of the family, aged 33, born in "Wurtemberg," and lists her occupation as a farmer. The census lists 6 children living with her at the time: "Gertrude U", 11; Rosa L, 9; Liona M, 8; Henry A, 6; Frank D, 3; and Charles D, 1. 1880 U.S. Census, Cedar Creek Prct, Washington Cnty, OR [LDS Film 1255084] (the handwritten "a" in Frederika is so tiny that indexers list her as "Frederick").  The 1920 census reported that she emigrated to the U.S. in 1850.   
 

Monument Survey

Monument Material:    Marble monument and plinth on a sandstone base
Auxiliary Stones:   "FATHER" and "MOTHER" marble side stones
Monument Problems:  Plinth was loose from the base; was re-secured in 5/08; trimmer chips on the base; aux. stones are badly chipped by mowers; "MOTHER" stone is partly sunken
Engraving:                  Clear, but worn; legibility reduced due to lichen
Illustrations: Base is carved
Flower Containers:    None
Other Remarks: There is a concrete border remnant on the south side
Inscriptions:    
South North West
CHARLES  A.
BRANDT
BORN
APR. 3, 1834
DIED
JAN. 10, 1879
______
The mistry is solved.
FREDERICKA  M.
WIFE OF

CHARLES
BORN
DEC. 8, 1846
DIED
FEB. 18, 1931
 
    BRANDT
Date Surveyed:   9-02-07 Surveyor:  C. Lehan

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