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SHATTUCK, Nancy, obituary

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SHATTUCK, Nancy, obituary

Posted: 1083681025000
Classification: Obituary
Edited: 1110052959000
Surnames: SHATTUCK, BONES, COLEMAN, BECKNER
The Bickleton News, Bickleton, WA., June 23, 1911, page 8 "Obituary"
SHATTUCK
Mrs. D.P. Shattuck died at the old Shattuck place, north of Bickleton, Wednesday, June 21, 1911, and was buried Thursday in Oddfellows cemetery. The obituary will be printed next week.
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The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, WA., July 1, 1911, page 4

"Eastern Klickitat"

Mrs. D.P. Shattuck died at the old Shattuck place north of Bickleton, Wednesday, June 21, 1911, and was buried Thursday in Oddfellows cemetery.

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The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, WA., July 8, 1911, page 5

"Eastern Klickitat"

The funeral of Mrs. D.P. Shattuck last Thursday afternoon was largely attended, and many beautiful flowers were sent by friends. She laid to rest in Oddfellows cemetery, Bickleton.
Mrs. Shattuck was born in Missouri May 24, 1811. Her maiden name was Nancy Bones. She married D.P. Shattuck May 13, 1858. To this union nine children were born, of whom six are living. She came with her mother, sisters, and brothers to California in the early '40s, and was a pioneer of that state. She came to the Alder Creek country in 1880, being a pioneer here also, and has since resided here. Mr. Shattuck died in 1906, since which time Mrs. Shattuck has lived with her children.

Besides numerous relatives and friends, Grandma Shattuck leaves to mourn her six children, H.S. and Richard Shattuck of Bickleton, L.H. Shattuck and Mrs. Rena Coleman of Mabton, E.L. Shattuck of Granger, and Mrs. Gertrude Beckner of Seattle.

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