English Cemetery ~ Sarah Emily Staats ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
Staats, Sarah Emily
LAST: Staats FIRST: Sarah MID: Emily
BORN: 19 Jan 1865 DIED: 11 Jul 1947 BURIED:  (English Cemetery)
BIRTH PLACE:  Airlie, Polk Co., Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Carlton, Yamhill Co., Oregon
MARRIAGE - Clarence E. Staats & Sarah E. Tarter m 10 Nov 1881 at res of Wayne W. Williams by M.S. Pipes, recorder. Wit: W.W. Williams & Robert Tarter Jr
1900 OR CENSUS - Sarah E. Staats (b Jan 1865, OR; mother of 3 children, all living) enumerated with husand of 19 years Clarence (b Feb 1858, OR), and 3 children, Vivian C. (son, b Apr 1883, OR), Eva C. (dau, b Feb 1885, OR) and Vere (son, b Sept 1898, OR)
A resident of Polk County for most of her life and of Dallas for 26 years until 1945, Mrs. Sarah Emily Staats, 82, died Friday at the home of her son, Dr. V.C. Staats of Carlton. Funeral services were held from the Henkle and Bollman chapel at 2 pm Tuesday with interment in the Old English cemetery south of Monmouth. 
Mrs. Staats was born on January 19, 1865, at Airlie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tarter. In 1881 she was married to Clarence E. Staats at Independence. They lived in the Airlie community until 1919 when they came to Dallas. Upon Mr. Staats’ death in 1945 Mrs. Staats swent to Carlton to be with her son. Prominent in civic and social affairs, Mrs. Staats had been a member of the Neighbors of Woodcraft for 35 years. She was a past worthy martron of Naomi chapter, Order of Eastern Star and was also a member of the Daughters of the Nile. Surviving are two sons, Dr. Staats of Carlton and Vere L. Staats of Oceanlake; seven grandchildren; five great grandchildren. One daughter, Eva Ritner, preceded her in death.
Itemizer Observer, Thursday, 17 Jul 1947, 2:4

Sarah Emily
1865 - 1947
[shares marker with Clarence]

OSBH DC (Yamhill County 1947) #5354
Saucy/Tolle Survey & Photographs 
Polk Co, Oregon, Marriage Records, 1879-1888, Page 11
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 176, FA#28)
IO 17 Jul 1947, 2:4
ROW: 21-4