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English Cemetery ~ Hugo E. Wienert ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Wienert, Hugo E.
BORN: 6 Feb 1887 DIED: 14 Oct 1942 BURIED: 19 Oct 1942 ~ English Cemetery
OCCUPATION:  Postal Clerk
BIRTH PLACE:  Doon, Lyon Co., Iowa
DEATH PLACE: Eugene, Lane Co., Oregon
Name of father John Wienert
Maiden name of mother Kate Schuman
1900 IA CENSUS - Hugo E. Wienert (b Feb 1887, IA), enumerated with parents John F. (b Feb 1862, Germany, immigrated 1870, naturalized, married 15 years) and Kate (b Feb 1864, Germany, immigrated 1868, mother of 9 children, 8 living at time of census) and 7 siblings, Julius R. (b Mar 1889, IA), Katie A. (b Mar 1891, IA), John F. (b Mar 1891, IA), Nora E. (b Mar 1893, IA), William H. (b Dec 1894, IA), Louis T. (b Dec 1896, IA) and Hulda S. (b Feb 1899, IA)
OSBH DC (Lane County 1942) #519 - Hugo E. Wienert, male, occupation railway mail clerk, single, b. 6 Feb 1887 at Doon, Iowa, d. 14 Oct 1942 at Eugene, Oregon (Eugene hospital) at the age of 55 yrs 8 mos 8 dys, name of father John Wienert (b. Holstein, Germany), maiden name of mother Kate Schuman (b. Holstein, Germany); bur Monmouth [English cem]; informant J.F. Wienert, of Airlie, Oregon.
Hugo E. Wienert, brother of John Wienert, president of the First National Bank of Monmouth, was buried in the newly-moved Airlie English cemetery, south of town, Monday. Mr. Wienert was a railroad mail clerk and was taken suddenly ill on the train. Arriving at Eugene he was taken to a hospital and died shortly after arrival. 
Mr. Wienert, 55, was born in Iowa. He came to Oregon in 1901, his parents locating in Gilliam county. They came to the vicinity of Airlie in 1908. He has been in the postal service since 1909. Mr. Wienert was a bachelor and was interested in the Masonic, Elks and KP lodges. He was a graduate of the Weston Normal school. Albany was his home. 
He is survived by four sisters: Mrs. W.D. Butler, Medford; Mrs. E.D. Brown, Airlie; Mrs. Harry Worthylake, Seaside; Mrs. Lyle Hadley, Seattle; and by four brothers, Julius, Kings Valley; John F., Airlie; William H., Toledo; and Alfred G., Long Beach, Calif. Ralph Wienert, a brother, was on the cruiser Houston, sunk in the south seas, and a brother Louis was drowned in the Luckiamute in 1917. Funeral services were held in the Keeney funeral home, Corvallis, on Monday.
Monmouth Herald, Thursday, 22 Oct 1942, 5:3

Hugo E. Wienert, 55, a railway mail clerk and former resident of the Airlie community, passed away in the Sacred Heart hospital in Eugene Wednesday, October 14. Mr. Wienert was taken suddenly ill as the southbound Southern Pacific train, on which he was working, arrived at Eugene and was rushed to the hospital where he died a short time later. 
The deceased was the son of John and Kate Schuman Wienert and was born at Boon, Iowa, February 6, 1887. In 1901 he came to Oregon with his parents the family locating in Gilliam county near Arlington, and in 1908 they came to Polk county and resided at Airlie. In 1909 he entered the U.S. postal service in which he served continuously until his death. Mr. Wienert was never married. He was a member of Al Kader Temple, Ancient Arabic Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Albany lodge No. 359, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Knights of Pythian lodge and the postal clerk’s association. He was a graduate of the Western Normal school and a past high priest of the Royal Arch Masons of Albany. 
Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. W.D. Butler of Medford, Mrs. E.D. Brown of Airlie, Mrs. Harry Worthylake of Seaside, Ore., and Mrs. Lyle Hadley of Seattle; four brothers, Julius R. Wienert of Kings Valley, John F. Wienert of Airlie, William H. Wienert of Toledo and Alfred G. Wienert of Long Beach, Calif, now on duty aboard a U.S. submarine in the Pacific waters. Another brother, Ralph M. Wienert was aboard the U.S. Huston when it was sunk and his fate is unknown. Services were held from the Keeney Funeral home in Corvallis Monday, October 19 with Rev. Clarence W. Reynolds officiating and interment was in the New English cemetery at Monmouth.
Independence Enterprise, Friday, 23 Oct 1942, 1:6
Hugo E.
1887 - 1942
Saucy/Tolle Survey & Photographs
Branigar Survey
OSBH DC (1942 Lane co) #519
1900 IA CENSUS (Lyon Co, Doon, ED 55, Sheet 11B)
MH 22 Oct 1942, 5:3 
IE 23 Oct 1942, 1:6
ROW: 19-4  

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