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English Cemetery ~ Ann F. Staats ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Staats, Ann F.
MAIDEN NAME: Burns AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 4 July 1849 DIED: 22 Dec 1923 BURIED:  ~ English Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Yamhill Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Airlie, Polk Co, Oregon
Name of father William Burns
Maiden name of mother Rachel Ford
[Mother is buried in Smith Cemetery]
MARRIAGE - J.M. Staats & N.F. Burns m 5 Dec 1867 at house of Wm Burns; W.C. Whitson, Co J. Wit: Robt Ford & John Burns. Book B, page 31
1900 OR CENSUS - Anna Staats (b July 1850, OR, mother of 7 children, all living at time of census) enumerated with husband of 33 years James M. (b May 1848, OR) and 6 children Everett E. (b Feb 1870, OR), Dema (dau, b May 1875, OR), Nettie (b Sept 1879, OR), Irma (b Feb 1887, OR), Roscoe B. (b Dec 1882, OR) and William S. (b Oct 1892, OR)
DIVORCE - Ann F. Staats vs James M. Staats (Polk County Circuit Court Case 3904), divorce granted 3 May 1911; custory of minor son William Isaac Staats awarded to plaintiff.
OSBH DC (Polk County 1923) #153 - Ann F. Staats, female, housewife, divorced (James Staats), b. 4 July 1849 in Yamhill Co., Oregon, d. 22 Dec 1923 in Airlie, Oregon at the age of 74 yrs 5 mos 18 days, name of father William Burns (b. Kentucky), name of mother Rachel [Ford] (b. Ohio), lived in town 52 years, bur English cem; informant Willie Staats of Airlie.
Mrs. Ann F. Staats, a resident of Airlie for the past 35 years, died at the family home in that place on December 22, after an illness of several years. Funeral services were held from the home Monday forenoon at 11 o’clock, Dr. H. Charles Dunsmore officiating, with Funeral Director Keeney in charge, and interment was made in the old English cemetery. Mrs. Staats is survived by two daughters, two sons and two sisters: Mrs. F.M. Waters of Airlie, Mrs. L.A. Hecker of Albany, Willie Staats of Airlie and Roscoe Staats of Independence, Mrs. B.F. Smith of Lewisville and Mrs. Phya Daly of Portland. 
Mrs. Staats was born July 4, 1849 in Yamhill county, being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Burns, early pioneers of Yamhill county.
Independence Enterprise, Friday, 28 Dec, 1923, 1:1

Ann F. Staats, a native Oregonian and pioneer resident of Airlie died at her home there December 22. She was born in Yamhill county, July 4, 1849 and has lived in the Airlie district nearly forty years. She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Burtns, pioneer residents of Yamhill county. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs F.M. Waters of Airlie and Mrs L.A. Hecker of Albany; two sons, Willie Staats of Airlie and Roscoe Staats of Independence; two sisters, Mrs B.F. Smith of Lewisville and Mrs Phya Daly of Portland. Funeral services were held at the residence near Airlie on Monday, December 24 at 11 o’clock, Rev H. Charles Dunsmore officiating with A.L. Keeney as undertaker. Burial was in the family plat in the English cemetery at Airlie.
Monmouth Herald, Friday, December 28, 1923, 1:3
Ann F.
At Rest
OSBH DC (Polk County 1923) #153
Polk Co, Oregon, Marriage Records, 1849-1879, page 39
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 176, FA#4)
Polk Co, Oregon, Circuit Court Journal, Vol 13, page 600
IE, 28 Dec 1923, 1:1 
MH 28 Dec 1923, 1:3
ROW: 18-8  

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