Smith Cemetery ~ Myrta Jane Lindeman ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
Lindeman, Myrta Jane
LAST: Lindeman FIRST: Myrta MID: Jane
BORN: 22 Sept 1872 DIED: 20 Nov 1938 BURIED: 23 Nov 1938 (Smith Cemetery)
BIRTH PLACE:  Lewisville, Polk Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Lewisville, Polk Co, Oregon
MARRIAGE - A.A. Lindeman & Murtie J. Burns md 16 Oct 1894, Polk Co, Oregon
1900 OR CENSUS - Myrta J. Lindeman (b Sept 1872, Oregon, mother of 1 child) enumerated with husband of 6 years Augustus (b Nov 1863, Indiana), 1 son Laird N. (b Aug 1896, Oregon) & father [of Augustus] John (b Oct 1825, Germany, immigrated 1827, widowed)
Mrs. A.A. Lindeman died Sunday, November 20, at the family home at Lewisville, following an illness of nearly two years. 
Myrta Jane Burns was the daughter of W.E. and Druscilla Burns, well known pioneers. She was born September 22, 1872 on the Burns donation land claim near Lewisville. She was a member of the Lewisville Evangelical church. 
She was married to A.A. Lindeman October 17, 1894 at the home place where her entire life was spent with the exception fo five years in Corvallis and a few years spent in Newport and Dallas. She is survived by the widower; a son Laird; and a grandson, Leland Lindeman, all of Lewisville; a granddaughter, Mrs. Jimmie Riddell of Monmouth; a twin sister, Mrs. J.L. Alexander of Portland and by a number of cousins. 
Funeral services were held at the church at Lewisville Wednesday, November 23 at 2 p.m. Burial was in the Smith cemetery near Lewisville. Rev. Victor Ballantyne of Salem officiated. Arrangements were in charge of the Smith-Baun mortuary. 
Monmouth Herald, Thursday, 24 Nov 1938, 4:4-5

Mrs Myrtie Jane (Burns) Lindeman, wife of A.A. Lindeman of the Lewisville community, passed away Sunday, November 20, at her home. Mrs Lindeman was stricken almost two years ago with paralysis and had been an invalid since. She was born September 22, 1872, near Lewisville, the daughter of W.E. and Druscilla Burns, Polk county pioneers She was married to Mr Lindeman on October 17, 1894,a t the old home where she had grown to womanhood. She had spent the remainder of her life in that community, with the exception of five years in Corvallis and a few years in Newport and Dallas. Mrs Lindeman was a member of the Lewisville Evangelical church. She is survived by her husband, one son Laird Lindeman of the same community; one grandson, Leland Lindeman of Lewisville; a granddaughter, Mrs James Riddle Jr of Monmouth; and one sister, Mrs J.T. Alexander of Portland. A large number of relatives reside throughout the valley. Funeral services were held at 2:00 pm Wednesday at the Lewisville Evangelical church with interment in the Smith cemetery near Lewisville.
Itemizer Observer, Thursday, November 24, 1938, 1:5
Myrta J.

[shares marker with Augustus A. Lindeman]
OSBH DC (Polk County 1938) #142 
Polk Co, Oregon, Marriage Records, Vol 4
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 176, FA#55)
MH 24 Nov 1938, 4:4-5
Itemizer Observer, 24 Nov 1938, 1:5
ROW: 24-7