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Smith, Beatrice Annata
MAIDEN NAME: Swann AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 12 Dec 1865 DIED: 12 May 1949 BURIED: 14 May 1949 ~ Smith Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Iredell Co, North Carolina
DEATH PLACE: Portland, Multnomah Co, Oregon
1880 IA CENSUS - Annata Swann (14y, b NC) enumerated with parents David C. (43y, b NC, occupation farmer) and Martha (45y, b NC) and 7 siblings Wickliffe (18y, b NC), Winfred (16y, b NC), Brenns (male, 13y, b NC), Mary (10y, b Iowa), Leolin (male, 7y, b Iowa), Mattie (5y, b Iowa) & Lela (2y, b Iowa) MARRIAGE - W.W. Smith & Bonnie Swann married 18 Oct 1893, Linn Co, Oregon 1900 OR CENSUS - A. Beatrice Smith (b Dec 1865, NC, married 6 years, mother of 3 children, all living) enumerated with husband Wright W. (b July 1865, Oregon) and 3 children, Zora (b Sept 1894, Oregon), Leonilla (b July 1896, Oregon) & Evadna (b Nov 1898, Oregon) 1910 OR CENSUS - Beatrice A. Smith (43y, b NC, married 16 years, mother of 4 children, all living) enumerated with husband William W. (43y, b Oregon), 4 children, Zora L. (15y, b Oregon), Leonilla (13y, b Oregon), Evadna E. (11y, b Oregon ) & Lillie I. (6y, b Oregon) and a lodger Cecil Embree (20y, b Oregon)
OSBH DC (1949 Multnomah co) #5560 Bonnie Smith, female, housewife, widowed, spouse W. Wright Smith; b 12 Dec 1865, Iredell co, NC; father David C. Swann; mother Martha Naylor; d 12 May 1949, Portland hosp, of 1555 NE 75th, Portland, age 83y; lived in town 7y; bur Lewisville [Smith]; informant Leonilla Weaver
Mrs Bonnie Smith, pioneer Polk county school teacher and a resident of Oregon since 1888, passed away in Portland Thursday morning after an illness of five days. She was born in Iredell county, North Carolina, December 12, 1865, moving to Iowa at the age of seven and coming to Oregon with her parents, Mr and Mrs D.C. Swann in 1888. She received her teacher’s training in Iowa, later attending Oregon Normal school at Monmouth and taught in both Iowa and Oregon. She was united in marriage to a native Oregonian, William Wright Smith of Lewisville October 18, 1893, and they lived on a farm there for many years. Mr Smith passed away in 1916. When Camp Adair was formed and the home place sold, Mrs Smith moved to Portland. At the time of her death she was a member of Rose City Methodist church, Portland. She was always interested in church and community activities. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs Cecil Embree, Lodi, Calif, Mrs J.E. Weaver and Mrs J. Paul Doughty, Portland, and Mrs Leland Prather, Buena Vista; two sisters, Miss Mattie Swann of Portland, Mrs Lela Abrams of Tillamook; one brother, L.L. Swann of Albany, eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Services were held Saturday, May 14, at the Henkle and Bollman chapel in Dallas, with Rev V.A. Ballantyne Jr of Portland officiating. Final rites were at the Lewisville cemetery near Monmouth. Itemizer Observer, Thursday, May 19, 1949, II:3:3
Smith Bonnie 1865-1949 [shares marker with William Wright Smith]
OSBH DC (1949 Multnomah co) #5560 1880 IA CENSUS (Marshall Co, Timber Creek, ED 297, FA#45) Linn Co, Oregon, Marriage Records 1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 176, FA#54) 1910 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 244, sheet 4A) Itemizer Observer, 19 May 1949, II:3:3
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