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Guy Barnes and Bonnie Ruth Ricker




Husband Guy Barnes

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       Father: Ephraim Barnes
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Wife Bonnie Ruth Ricker

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       Father: Nathan Dempsey Ricker
       Mother: Mary Bradford



 Other Spouse: Benjamin Allen Reynolds 1



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1 M Guy Barnes

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2 F Jane Barnes

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3 F June Barnes

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John J. Barnes and Hannah Douglas




Husband John J. Barnes 2

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Wife Hannah Douglas 2

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1 M John Ray Barnes 3 4 5 6

         Born: 12 May 1892 - Downey, Idaho
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John Ray Barnes and Ina Matelda Rumsey




Husband John Ray Barnes 3 4 5 6

         Born: 12 May 1892 - Downey, Idaho
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       Father: John J. Barnes 2
       Mother: Hannah Douglas 2


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Wife Ina Matelda Rumsey 4 7

         Born: 21 Sep 1896 - Malad City, Idaho
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       Father: Frank E. Rumsey 4 8
       Mother: Charlotte Bateman 8





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1 F Bernice Barnes

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2 F Hazel Barnes

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3 F Thora Barnes

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4 F Afton or Aften Barnes

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5 F Wilma or Wilmia or Wilmea Rea Barnes

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Josiah Barnes




Husband Josiah Barnes

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1 F Martha L. Barnes 9 10

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Christian D. Nickelsen and Martha Ellen Barnes




Husband Christian D. Nickelsen 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

         Born: 1870 - , , Germany orIsle of Fuhr
         Died: 18 Sep 1946 - , Hood River, Oregon
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       Father: Martin Henry Nickelsen 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
       Mother: Inge Rorden 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 31 32


     Marriage: 23 Dec 1898 - Antelope, Oregon

 Other Spouse: Gertrude M. Rigby 15 19 33 34 35 - 13 Jun 1893 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon




Wife Martha Ellen Barnes 12 17 19 20 21 36

         Born: 8 Sep 1870 - Prineville, , Oregon
         Died: 4 Nov 1959 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
       Buried:  - Idlewilde Cemetery, Hood River, Oregon


       Father: George W. Barnes 36
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1 M Lowell Martin Nickelsen 12 14 19 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

         Born: 16 Sep 1898 or 1899 - , , Oregon
         Died: 7 Dec 1968 - , Multnomah, Oregon
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2 F Vernita May Nickelsen 12 14 19 42 48 49 50 51

         Born: 5 Jul 1902 or 1905 - , , Oregon
         Died: 22 Apr 1963 - , Nevada, California
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3 M Ollie Vere Nickelsen

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4 F Genevra or Ginevra Ellen Nickelsen

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5 F Verlene or VerLane N. Nickelsen

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The Hood River News, Hood River, OR., September 20, 1946, page 1 Includes portrait NICKELSEN LONG ACTIVE IN THIS COUNTY Played Prominent Part In War Financing Death, following a brief illness, ended the many activities of County Judge Christian D. Nickelsen, Wednesday of this week. Last week end he developed pneumonia and on Monday word came that his condition was critical. When members of the family were called, friends realized that the end was not far away. “Chris” Nickelsen, as he was known to friends, was born on the island of Fohr, off the coast of Denmark and came to the United States with his mother and brother, John R., in 1878, when he was seven years of age, to join his father, Martin, who had preceded them in the Atlantic crossing and had established himself at Marysville, Calif. Shortly afterwards, the family traveled by boat up to Portland, and went to The Dalles, where Martin H. Nickelsen established himself as a blacksmith. The family moved to Hood River in 1882, where Chris went to school. In 1892 he married Gertrude Rigby, who died in 1896, leaving him with one daughter, Gertrude. Two years later, he married Mattie Barnes, who survives him. To this union were born four daughters and a son, and three of the daughters are still living. Chris Nickelsen had a wide range of interests in this county. He at one time played a leading part in the development of irrigation in this area, as one of the contractors who built a large section of the first irrigation ditch. He organized the first band here, members of which, for a long period, wore Indian garb. He was one of the first members of the Port commission, and ran for Congress on the Republican ticket, with backing of the Townsend clubs of Oregon. In 1938, he was elected county judge and held this office till his death. He was also owner of the Merchants Credit Exchange for many years. He entered newspaper work as editor of the former Glacier and was, for a time, editor and part owner of the Hood River News in the earlier years of this century. For a long time he has been a member of the public land committee of the Association of Oregon counties, and one of his last activities in that connection appeared in the form of an analysis in last week’s News. Two of many residents he was best known for his work as a member of the county war finance committee, and in the interests of financing the recent war he played a prominent part in the many programs which carried Hood River county to the top, in nation and state, in its participation in the various war-financing campaigns. He was one of twelve residents of this county to be awarded the Silver medal of the Treasury department, and one of 11 county members to wear the emblem of the Million Dollar club for his war efforts. Chris Nickelsen was a Mason, a member of Knights of Pythias and the Grange. For years he operated his cherry ranch just south of town and was one of the first growers to install an orchard sprinkling system in the valley, with excellent results. He is survived by his widow, Mattie, four daughters, Mrs. Vernita Towne, Sacramento; Mrs. Ver Lene Wright, Hood River; Mrs. Genevra Green, Laguna Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Gertrude Johnson, of Bend, Ore.; and a son Lowell, Hood River. A brother, John R. Nickelsen, of Portland; and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Bullard, Gold Beach, and Mrs. Ida Frohn, of Hood River, also survive him. Day and time of funeral services had not been decided upon when the News went to press yesterday.

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The Hood River County Sun, Hood River, OR., October 27, 1934, page 4 "Pioneers of the Hood River Valley…"
CHRIS NICKELSEN
A few miles off the western coast of Denmark lies the wind-swept little island of Fohr (pronounced "fur"). Some seven miles square, it is protected from the North Sea by a dike 75 feet high and 150 feet wide at the base, that completely surrounds it. Its inhabitants are peace-loving, industrious and frugal Danes, but Fohr has long been a possession of Germany. Long ago there lived on Fohr a young farmer and blacksmith named Martin Nickelsen. He and his wife, whose maiden name had been Inge Rorden, had been born there, has had their parents, and so on as far back as anyone can remember. Like all his neighbors, Nickelsen's house was of red brick, with a straw-thatched roof, tile floors, and the beds built against the wall. The house had six rooms, and like the brick barn nearby, was kept immaculate by Inge Nickelsen, a good Danish housewife. When not blacksmithing, Nickelsen raised the fine rye that retains a height of eight feet height in Friesian Islands. Besides being made into flour, the rye straw made excellent fuel. Other pursuits were fishing and the capture of wild ducks and geese by the use of trained decoys. Foul and feathers were shipped to Hamburg markets, and provided Fohr with a major portion of its income. A thorn in the side of Fohr was its domination by Prussia. Martin Nickelsen had gone so far as to slip one dark night with some comrades into a German military camp, and toss their stacked rifles into the sea. But in 1871, just after the Franco-Prussian War, he was called to serve his three-year period of military service. Nickelsen was strongly opposed to war, but especially Prussian wars, and he avoided conscription by simply saying good-bye to his wife and two-year-old son, John, and sailing for America. Shortly after he left, on July 3, 1871, a second son was born to the Nickelsens, and was named Christian by his mother. Martin Nickelsen meanwhile established himself in California, awaiting the time when he could bring his family to the new country. He opened a blacksmith shop in Marysville, situated in the upper part of the Sacramento Valley. The day came in 1878, when the money arrived from the father to pay the passage for the family. Mrs. Nickelsen had the two children sailed from Hamburg on an old windjammer, out of the North Sea into the Atlantic, then south, south, around stormy Cape Horn, then north to San Francisco, a 14,000 mile voyage that took over three months. Chris was seven years old at that time. His strongest memories of the journey was the food. This consisted almost solely of lentil soup, which was brought to the passengers three times a day in buckets. Martinet Nickelsen was at the San Francisco wharf to joyfully meet his family and take them to Marysville. It was, of course, the first time he had seen Chris. They were there only a short time. A brother of Nickelsen's had come to the United States in the '60s, and settled at The Dalles, and it was decided to join with him. The Nickelsens once again went to sea, this time to Portland, and from there traveled up the Columbia River to The Dalles by the "Mountain Queen." At The Dalles of the elder Nickelsen found employment in the railway shops. In the summer of 1881, when Chris was 10, he and a companion, William Potter, secured a couple of Indian cayuse horses and rowed bareback to the settlement of the Hood River. There he spent the summer season working on what was then known as the Potter Homestead in the Belmont district, earning enough to pay for his cayuse Returning to The Dalles in September to enter the public school, he persuaded his mother, whose health had not been good, to move to what was regarded as the more salubrious climate of Hood River. In 1882, Mrs. Nickelsen did so, taking with her the two sons, and she lived there until the time of her death. Martin Nickelsen remained at his job in The Dalles for several years, then he to came to Hood River, making the family united once more. He purchased land, built a home, and opened a blacksmith shop in Belmont. Three daughters were born to the Nickelsens in Oregon, all of them living in the state today. Mrs. Ida Frohn lives on 12th Street in Hood River. Rosa, Mrs. Ike Nealeigh, is married to an Oregon City real estate man. Margaret, Mrs. W.E. Bullard, is the wife of a Gold Beach druggist. Brother John has retired, and is now living at Cannon Beach, aged 68. He owns considerable Hood River property. In Hood River, Chris completed his public school education in the old Court House, then the city's school. Later he was a student at both Spokane University and Portland University. On June 13, 1892, Chris Nickelsen was married to Gertrude Rigby, the daughter of a pioneer Methodist preacher. Miss Rigby had been born in Des Moines, Iowa, on August 14, 1872. The couple had two children, Viola, who is no longer living, and Gertrude. The latter is the wife of Dr. Joseph Johnson of Bend. The first Mrs. Nickelsen died in 1896 and on December 23, 1898, Nickelsen married Mattie Barnes, who had been born in Prineville on September 8, 1870, and was a daughter of the noted criminal lawyer, George W. Barnes. Four daughters and a son were born of this union, all but one, Ollie Ver, living. Vesnita is Mrs. Frank Towne of San Pedro, Calif. Ver Lene lives in Bend. Ginevra is married to Gordon Green, manager of the American Fruit Co. at Bend, and Lowell Nickelsen has a farm in the Hood River Valley. Chris Nickelsen has worked in a very wide range of activities in Hood River. He was one of the contractors who constructed a large section of the first irrigation ditch in the valley, now the Farmer's Irrigation Co. ditch. He has served as a secretary of the Hood River Commercial Club. Nickelsen was for two years editor of the Hood River Glacier and for a time was part owner and editor of the Hood River News. During those years he wrote many features stories for Portland and Seattle papers. He was a member of the first band organized in Hood River, which was over 50 years ago. He is manager of Hood River's Pythian Band today. He is a Mason as well as a Pythian. Chris Nickelsen has been a member of the Hood River Port Commission Sense it was first formed, having been appointed by the late Governor Meier. He has also been very active in the Hood River Townsend Club. Two years ago he campaigned for nomination on the Republican ticket for the position of U.S. Representative for the Second District. Of five nominees, he ran a close second. His time is largely taken up with his work as operator of the Merchants' Credit Exchange in Hood River, in which he furnishes business firms with credit ratings of local residents. Mr. and Mrs. Nickelsen lived today on a small ranch one and a half miles south of Hood River. Here Nickelsen has one of the finest cherry orchards in the valley, one that is entirely irrigated by a power sprinkling system. He rises at dawn each morning, works on the farm for three or four hours, then put in a full day at the office, to return home to work outdoors until dark. He gives credit for his excellent health to this vigorous life.
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The Hood River News, Hood River, OR., November 12, 1959, page 4 MARTHA E. NICKELSEN Martha Ellen Nickelsen, who came to Hood River 60 years ago, passed away at Hood River Memorial hospital last Wednesday, November 4. Her home had been on route 4, Box 159, Hood River. She was 89. Reverend Paul Walker conducted the funeral services held Saturday, November 7, at Asbury Methodist church. Interment at Idlewilde cemetery followed. Among Mrs. Nickelsen’s survivors are a son, Lowell M. Nickelsen, Hood River; four daughters, Mrs. R.E. Johnson of Bend, Mrs. Frank L. Towne of Auburn, Calif., Mrs. Geneva Laux of Laguna Beach, Calif. and Mrs. L.E. Wright of Vancouver. A sister, Mrs. Tom Coon, lives in Newport, Ore. There are five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes, she was born on September 8, 1870, at Prineville, Ore. She was a housewife and a member of the Asbury Methodist church, the Neighbors of Woodcraft and the Wauna circle.

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The Hood River Glacier, Hood River, OR., December 30, 1898, page 3 "Married"
In Antelope, Or., Friday, Dec. 23, 1898, Rev. C. D. Nickelsen and Miss Mattie Barnes. The bride is the eldest daughter of Hon. Geo. W. Barnes, a prominent attorney of Prineville. She was educated at the state university, and has been in the school room in Crook county for several years, being popular and successful. The groom is pastor of the M.E. church at Moro. He has served one year and is now in the second. He has been largely instrumental in having an elegant church erected here, and is very popular, drawing crowded houses at all times with his eloquence. The Leader joins the people of Moro and wishing them a long and happy life. Moro Leader
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William E. McNeal and Martha L. Barnes




Husband William E. McNeal 9 10

         Born: 1849 - Chucky, Tennessee
         Died: 1932 - The Dalles, Wasco, Oregon
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       Father: John McNeal 10
       Mother: Lavina Pullen 10


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Wife Martha L. Barnes 9 10

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1 M Frank McNeal 9 10

         Born: 3 Sep 1876
         Died: 3 Feb 1893
       Buried:  - Cascade Locks, Hood River, Oregon



2 F Edith McNeal 9 10

         Born: 10 Jun 1874
         Died: 31 Dec 1892 - Cascade Locks, Hood River, Oregon
       Buried:  - Cascade Locks, Hood River, Oregon
       Spouse: Jacob Dircks 9 10



3 M Orwin or Orvin O. McNeal 52

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         Marr: 18 May 1898 - , Hood River, Oregon



4 M Claude McNeal

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Bert Edmond Holtby and Myrl Barnes




Husband Bert Edmond Holtby

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       Father: Albert E. Holtby 53
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Wife Myrl Barnes 53

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1 M Ralph Holtby

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2 M David Holtby

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August Michael Paasch and Nelta Armina Barnes




Husband August Michael Paasch 38 54 55 56 57 58 59

         Born: 1912 - , , Oregon
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       Father: Frederick Paasch 16 55 56 57 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67
       Mother: Mary Altman 55 56 57 59 60 67


     Marriage: 24 Nov 1938 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon




Wife Nelta Armina Barnes 38 58 68 69 70

         Born: 3 Nov 1914 - , Hood River, Oregon
         Died: 27 Jul 2005 - White Salmon, Washington
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       Father: Charles Eugene Barnes 54 58 67 68 69 70 71 72
       Mother: Delina Chuinard 54 58 68 69 71 72 73





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1 M George Paasch

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3 August 2005 Hood River News
Nelta Paasch Nelta Armina Barnes Paasch, who lived in Home Valley for the past 60 years and who was well known for her strawberries, quilting, wit and generosity of spirit, passed away at Skyline Hospital Wednesday, July 27, 2005, after a full and rewarding life of 91 years, eight months and 25 days. Nelta was born Nov. 2, 1913, in Hood River County, the daughter of Charles Eugene Barnes and Delina Chuinard. An avid reader of local history and current events, Nelta was always an active member of her community until infirmity curbed her seemingly boundless energy in the last few years. Growing up in the Hood River Valley, Nelta saw the landscape change over the near-century of her life. Later in life, she would recall the many “Friday night hops” where furniture was moved into the yard, her father played fiddle and the neighbors would come to dance in the family home. “Everybody was a friend in those days,” recalled Nelta recently. Growing up on the family farm in the Middle Valley area with five brothers, Nelta, a tomboy, always kept pace and although at times a victim, was often an instigator of the family tradition of practical jokes and teasing. The love, closeness and hospitality Nelta learned as a child were defining factors throughout her life. She always had a place in her home and in her heart for those who needed a little extra love and nurturing, often functioning as a second mother to many nieces, nephews and neighborhood kids. After graduating from Odell Union High School in 1931, Nelta went to beauty school, becoming a certified beautician and working in Portland until marriage. On Thanksgiving Day, 1938, she married August Michael Paasch at her parents’ home in Hood River, a partnership that lasted 61 years until Augie’s death in 1999. During World War II, Nelta and Augie moved to Portland and joined the war effort workforce. First Nelta assembled army truck parts and later joined Augie working in the shipyards in Portland, Ore. Nelta worked on a female crew of pipe fitters. After the war, Nelta and Augie purchased land in Home Valley, Wash., in 1945, where she has lived since. Nelta began growing strawberries and other fruit to sell locally. Many may remember working for her in the summer picking those strawberries. Nelta once said that she loved farming. She also loved watching all the local kids grow up. Many in the community may also remember the beautiful quilts Nelta made for family and friends. Her approach to quilting was somewhat akin to her easy approach to life: You learn as you go and small mistakes only make the quilt more unique. Nelta Paasch was preceded in death by her husband, August Paasch, both parents, four brothers, and an adopted son, George Paasch. She is survived by one brother, George Barnes, of Home Valley, Wash., many nieces and nephews, numerous great-nieces and nephews and many friends, close and afar. There will be a celebration of Nelta’s life and memory Thursday, Aug. 4, at 2 p.m. at the Rock Creek Center in Stevenson, Wash., with a potluck to follow. Donations may be made in Nelta Barnes’ name to the Skyline Hospital Foundation. Gardner Funeral Home handled arrangements. Please send condolences to Nelta’s family by visiting www.gardnerfh.com <http://www.gardnerfh.com>
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Patrick Barnes and Shari Brashears




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Wife Shari Brashears

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1 M Brent Barnes

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Terrence E. Barnes and Frieda or Freida (Fritz) M. Paasch




Husband Terrence E. Barnes 39 54 60 68 69 71

         Born: 9 Apr 1907 - , , Oregon
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       Father: Charles Eugene Barnes 54 58 67 68 69 70 71 72
       Mother: Delina Chuinard 54 58 68 69 71 72 73


     Marriage: 31 Mar 1940 - Seattle, King, Washington




Wife Frieda or Freida (Fritz) M. Paasch 55 56 57 59 60 63 74

         Born: 18 Nov 1916 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
         Died: 4 Mar 2002 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
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       Father: Frederick Paasch 16 55 56 57 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67
       Mother: Mary Altman 55 56 57 59 60 67





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2 M Gary Barnes

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13 Mar 2002 Hood River News

FREIDA "FRITZ" PAASCH BARNES Freida "Fritz" Paasch Barnes, a Hood River, Ore., resident, died March 4, 2002 at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital. She was 85 years of age. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2002, at Anderson's Tribute Center. Freida "Fritz" Barnes was born in Hood River, Ore., November 18, 1916 to Fred and Mary Altman Paasch. She grew up along with four sisters and one brother in a pioneer family in Hood River Valley. She left the valley as a young woman to work in Seattle, Wash. Fritz met he husband, Terry Barnes, also of Hood River at her brother's wedding. They were married March 31, 1940, in Seattle, Wash. She and her husband lived in Port Orchard, Wash., where he was employed at the Bremerton Shipyards. Their two sons, Mike and Gary were born in Port Orchard. The family returned to the Hood River Valley in 1947 where they raised their family and became involved in community life. Fritz and Terry enjoyed Square Dancing and were members for several years of the Wy'east Whirlers. They enjoyed camping and the outdoors. Fritz assisted her husband in cooking for Crag Rat outings. Terry was a longtime volunteer of the West Side fire department and Fritz helped with many activities over the years. During the fall, she packed fruit for Duckwall-Pooley and others. Following her husband's death in 1970, she returned to school and completed her education, receiving and associates degree from Lane Community College. In her spare time Fritz volunteered as a greeter for the Hood River Chamber of Commerce and acted as a docent for the Historical Museum. She traveled extensively. In 1977 she took part in the Bingen, Wash., "sister city" trip to Bingen, Germany. Throughout her life, Fritz enjoyed gardening and sewing and had a great love for nature, particularly birds. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother and great grandmother. She will be greatly missed. Survivors include her sons, Mike Barnes of Shippeville, Penn., and Gary Barnes of Vancouver, WA; two sisters, Ann Parsons of Tumwater, Wash., and Evelyn Kotter of Clarksville, Ark., grandchildren Cheryl Adcock, Terri Jones and Andrew Barnes and great grandchildren Ben and Justin Adcock and Liam Barnes. Memorial contributions may be made to the Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital Foundation c/o Anderson's Tribute Center, 1401 Belmont, Hood River, OR 97031.



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3 Ibid, #128, 129.

4 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 199B Dee.

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6 Hood River School Census 1940, District 14.

7 LDS Film 001974, Hood River Branch Records, #128, 127.

8 Ibid, #91.

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16 Reprinted by Columbia Gorge Genealogical Society, Directory, Oregon-Washington Telephone Company, Hood River, Oregon January 1st, 1919.

17 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 196B Center.

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43 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 196A Center.

44 Hood River Mascot, 1918 - HRHS Boys in the Service of their Country.

45 Hood River News Obituary, 22 Jan 1954.

46 Hood River Mascot Yearbook, Class of 1918 (1917 Mascot).

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57 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, Page 266B, Pine Grove Precinct.

58 Hood River News Obituary, 3 August 2005.

59 Ibid, 26 July 1973.

60 Ibid, 13 Mar 2002.

61 United States Census, 1900, Wasco County, Oregon, East Hood River, page 71A.

62 Heritage Quest, United States Census, 1910, Hood River County, Oregon, page 256B.

63 Hood River School Census 1933, District 7.

64 Hood River School Census 1940, District 7.

65 Oregon State Archives, Genealogical Information Locator
http://159.121.172.88/genealogy/search.lasso, Naturalization.

66 History of the Columbia River Valley, from The Dalles to the Sea, by Fred Lockley, Vol. III, page 607-608.

67 World War I Draft Registration Cards, FHL US/CAN Film 1852057.

68 United States Census, 1920, Hood River County, Oregon, page 83A, Baldwin.

69 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 180A Baldwin.

70 Hood River School Census 1933, District 9.

71 Heritage Quest, United States Census, 1910, Hood River County, Oregon, page 248A.

72 Hood River News Obituary, 13 January 2007.

73 History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1987, page 126.

74 Social Security Death Index, http://ssdi.rootsweb.com/, Last Residence: Hood River, Oregon.


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