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English Cemetery ~ Nettie Golden ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Golden, Nettie
MAIDEN NAME: Staats AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 24 Sep 1879 DIED: 25 Aug 1905 BURIED:  ~ English Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Airlie, Polk Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Portland, Multnomah Co, Oregon
Not found in Oregon Death index
Father: James Mortimer Staats
Maiden name of mother: Ann F. Burns
1900 OR CENSUS - Nettie Staats (b Sept 1879, OR), enumerated with her parents James M. (b May 1848, OR) and Anna (b July 1850, OR, mother of 7 children, all living at time of census), and 5 siblings Everett E. (b Feb 1870, OR), Dema (dau, b May 1875, OR), , Irma (b Feb 1887, OR), Roscoe B. (b Dec 1882, OR) and William S. (b Oct 1892, OR)
Mrs Nettie Golden Dead. She was the daughter of J.M. Staats and was born at Airlie nearly 26 years ago. She was educated at the state agricultural college and five years ago was married to Dr R.E. Golden, a graduate of that institution. She was recently taken quite ill at Shaniko where he was practicing medicine and he took her to Good Samaritan hospital in Portland where she died last week. Her brother, Everett, and cousin, Tracy Staats, went down and brought her remains to the parental home. Last Sunday after a touching funeral service by Rev D.V. Poling, they laid her to rest in the old English cemetery beside relatives gone before. The pall bearers were Joe Smith, R.M. Fowle, Marion Waters, Homer Link, Floyd Williams and Evertt Hiltebrand.
Polk County Itemizer, Friday, September 1, 1905, 2:1

Mrs Nettie Golden, wife of Dr R.E. Golden of Shaniko, Oregon, died from the effects of childbirth at the Good Samaritan hospital in Portland, Saturday. The life of the child was not saved. The body of Mrs Golden was brought to Polk county for burial. Mrs Golden was the daughter of Mr and Mrs J.M. Staats, and was born at the farm home near Airlie, September 24, 1879. She was educated at the Oregon agricultural College, and it was while attending school that she became acquainted with Dr Golden, whom she married on October 23, 1900. She was an intelligent and accomplished woman, and had many friends who will mourn her death. The funeral services were conducted by Rev D.V. Poling, of The Dalles, from the home of Mr and Mrs Staats, Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Burial took place in the English cemetery near Airlie.
Polk County Observer, Friday, September 1, 1905, 3:5
Wife of
R.E. Golden
Sept. 24, 1879
Aug. 25, 1905
Saucy & Tolle Survey and Photographs
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 176, FA#4)
Polk County Itemizer, Friday, September 1, 1905, 2:1
Polk County Observer, Friday, September 1, 1905, 3:5
ROW: 18-8  

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