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Orsborn, Emily
MAIDEN NAME: Marks AKA 1: Chamberlain AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 17 Sep 1870 DIED: 1 Apr 1936 BURIED: 4 Apr 1936 ~ Smith Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Garden Home, Washington Co., Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Monmouth, Polk Co., Oregon
1st MARRIAGE - to Clinton Chamberlain 1900 OR CENSUS - Emily Chamberlain (b Sept 1870, OR, mother of 5 children, 5 living at time of census) enumerated with husband of 10 years Clinton (b Dec 1861, NJ) and 5 children, Joseph (b Jan 1892, OR), James (b Jan 1893, OR), Charles (b Dec 1894, OR), Ethel (b Jan 1896, OR) & Mabel (b May 1897, OR) 1910 OR CENSUS - Emily J. Chamberlain (35y, b OR, mother of 6 children, 5 living at time of census) enumerated with husband of 18 years Clinton (48y, b NJ) and 5 children Joseph F. (18y, b OR), James C. (16y, b OR), Mable (15y, b OR), Ethel P. (13y, b OR) and Rosa L. (6y, b OR) 2nd MARRIAGE - 1915 to John Thomas Orsborn 2nd husband John Thomas Orsborn died 17 Nov 1926 and was buried in Hilltop Cemetery
OSBH DC (Polk County 1936) #65 - Emma Orsborn, female, widowed (Thomas), b. 17 Sep 1870 in Garden Home, Oregon, d. 1 Apr 1936 in Monmouth, Oregon at the age of 65 yrs 6 mos 14 dys, name of father William Marks (b. Indiana), maiden name of mother Frances Leasey (b. Ohio), interment Smith Cemetery 4 Apr, undertaker Keeney Funeral Home, informant Chris C. Marks of Monmouth.
Emma Marks Orsborn, 65, passed away at the home of her brother, Chris C. Marks, Monmouth, late Wednesday afternoon after suffering a stroke. Mrs Orsborn was stricken about 4:10 and passed away about half an hour later. She was a native Oregonian, being born at Garden Home, September 17, 1870,and later moving with her family to Astoria where she spent her girlhood. She was married there in 1891 to Clinton P. Chamberlain and to this union six children were born. They lived for 13 years in Yamhill county, going back to Astoria where he passed away February 1913. She was married to Thomas Orsborn at Dallas April 14, 1915. Mr Orsborn passed away November 17, 1926. Following the death of Mrs Chris Marks in 1929 she went to Monmouth to keep house for her brother, where she was living when she was called. Mrs Orsborn is survived by three daughters, Mrs Mabel Seufert of Neskowin, Mrs Ethel Hall of Oroville, Cal, and Mrs Lillian Rose of Gervais; two sons, Joseph F. and James C. Chamberlain of Dallas; a sister, Mrs Lizzie Orsborn, Monmouth; five brothers, C.C. Marks and C.T. Marks of Monmouth, C.F. Marks of St Louis, Ore, W.E. Marks of Sheridan and Albert of Canby, and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon from the Keeney funeral home with Rev W.A. Elkins officiating. Interment will be held in the Smith cemetery. Independence Enterprise, Friday, April 3, 1936, 4:4
Mother Emily Orsborn 1870-1936
OSBH DC (Polk County 1936) #65 1900 OR CENSUS (Clatsop Co, Young's Bay, ED 138, FA#70) 1910 OR CENSUS (Yamhill Co, Whiteson, ED 285, sheet 4A) Independence Enterprise, 3 Apr 1936, 4:4
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