|Hogue, William E. (1874 - 1949)|
|HOGUE PTERSON BUHITE O'CONNOR RATHDRUM TRIPP SIMERSON|
----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection
MARSHFIELD NEWS HERALD 4/14/1949
WILLIAM E. HOGUE
Greenwood William E. Hogue, 75, died at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 12, 1949 at his home at Greenwood, Clark County, after a 6 year illness following a stroke.
The body will lie in state at the Stabnow Funeral Home, Greenwood, where funeral rites will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock by the Rev. Lee H. Holmes of the Methodist Church. Interment will take place at Greenwood.
Mr. Hogue, son of the late Charles and Mathilda Hogue, was born in Greenwood Feb. 17, 1874, and was married there July 3, 1899, to Ingebor Peterson. He spent his early years in the woods and lumber camps and later served as a marshal for the City of Greenwood for 20 years. He resigned that position to go into dairy farming and to operate a milk rout. In 1942 he resigned when he became ill.
Surviving besides his widow are two sons, Bernar, Cadahy, and Clarence, Merrillan three granddaughters, Kathleen, Carol, and Sharon Hogue, Cudahy two brothers, Harry, Greenwood, and Oscar, Protland, Ore., and five sisters, Mrs. Owen (Stella) O'Connor, Rathdrum, Idaho Mrs. Nellie Buhite, Mrs. Ethel Tripp, and Miss Della Mae Hogue, all of Portland, Ore. and Mrs. Pearl Simerson, Chicago. Another brother, Ray of Idaho, preceded him in death.
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