Smith Cemetery ~ Jobe McLeod ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
McLeod, Jobe
LAST: McLeod FIRST: Jobe MID: 
BORN: 12 Sept 1859 DIED: 7 Oct 1933 BURIED: 9 Oct 1933 (Smith Cemetery)
BIRTH PLACE:  Gaston, Washington Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Independence, Polk Co, Oregon
1st MARRIAGE - Job McLeod & Rose Sappington md 22 Nov 1880, Washington Co, Oregon
2nd MARRIAGE - Jobe McLeod & Nellie Harris md 6 Nov 1909, Polk Co, Oregon
1920 OR CENSUS - Jobe McLeod (60y, b Oregon) enumerated with wife Nellie (53y, b Ohio)
NOTE - 2nd wife Nellie Harris McLeod died 29 Feb 1952 in Monmouth, Polk Co, Oregon, and was buried in the Locke Cemetery in Benton Co, Oregon [OSBH DC 1952 Polk Co #3536]
Jobe McLeod died at the family home in Independence October 7. He was ill for a long time with an incurable malady, life gradually ebbing. Mr McLeod was past 72 years. He was born at Gaston, Ore, September 12, 1859, and his entire life was spent in the state. He grew to manhood in Gaston and in his early 20s entered the employ of the Southern Pacific railroad company as a bridge carpenter, which occupation he continued to follow for 25 years. He came to Independence 26 years ago, and for 17 years was janitor of the public school building. Mr McLeod was married to Rose Sappington at Gaston in 1879. A son and daughter were born: Mrs F.J. McGee of Lewisville and Captain C.W. McLeod, United States marine corps stationed at Heber, Utah. Mrs McLeod died July 31, 1897. Mr McLeod was married to Nellie Harris in Independence in 1907,who survives, and in addition to the son and daughter there are seven grandchildren: Mrs Frederick Stonefield, Mapleton, Ore; Miss Laurence Kemp, Independence; John, Emmett and Joe McGee, Lewwisville; Micky and Joe McLeod, San Diego, Cal; a great granddaughter, Laurene Stonefield, Mapleton, and a niece, Mrs H.N. Mattison, Independence. Services were held at the Keeney funeral home Monday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock, Rev K.A. Nelson officiating. Mrs C.W. Irvine was soloist and Mrs Guy G. Walker, organist. Pall bearers were Odd Fellows, Mr McLeod having been a member of Valley lodge for a number of years. They were: J.E. Hubbard, J.N. Jones, Peter Kurre, O.B. Travis, Adam Baskin, Walter Huntley. Committal service was in the Smith cemetery in the Elkins district.
Independence Enterprise, Friday, October 13, 1933, 1:4
Job McLeod
OSBH DC (1933 Polk co) #113 
Washington Co, Oregon, Marriage Records
Oregon Marriage Index
1920 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Independence, ED 378, Page 256A)
Independence Enterprise, 13 Oct 1933, 1:4
ROW: 45-1