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Wallowa County Obituaries
~ Williams ~
Stephen Ray WILLIAMS
George Williams, the man who was scalded to death by the
boiler explosion on the Knapp thresher outfit near
Wallowa, resided in Enterprise several months. He ran the boot black stand in Hamblen’s barber shop and was
generally known as “Shorty”.
Enterprise Record Chieftain
August 31, 1911
Contributed by Charlotte Carper
Word was received last week that Glenn Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Williams, former residents of Wallowa, had been killed in a railroad accident at Selby, Cal. He was a tunnel watchman for the S. P. and it is supposed he was struck by a train. He was only about 15 years of age. His parents now reside in Modesto.
Enterprise Record Chieftain
Thurs. OCT. 10, 1911
Stephen Ray Williams
Stephen Ray Williams of Elgin, 26, died at the University of Oregon Hospital in Portland on Saturday July 12, 1980, of injuries he received in a one-car accident just west of Enterprise on July 4. He was a resident of Wallowa most of his life.
He was born in La Grande on July 28, 1953, the son of Fred and Myrtle Williams. In 1957, he moved with his family to Wallowa, where he lived until approximately seven years ago.
On August 31, 1973, he was married to Linda Cameron in Elgin.
He was a log truck driver by occupation, and was a member of the Christian Church.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 17 (today) at Bramlett Memorial Cemetery, Wallowa, where he will be interred. Bill Miller of Elgin will officiate. Bollman Funeral Home is in change of all arrangements.
Survivors include his wife, Linda, one son, Andy Williams, and two daughters, Kristy Taylor and Erica Williams, all of Elgin; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams, Wallowa; two sisters, Mrs. Bob (Cherry) Taylor of Uion and Mrs. Steve (Vickie) Hocker, La Grande; a grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Graf, Wallowa; a grandfather, George Gilmore, Portland; and other relatives.
Those who wish may contribute to his memory to the University of Oregon Health Science Center, care of Bollman Funeral Home, Enterprise.
Wallowa County Chieftain
Thursday July 17, 1980
W. A. Williams
The community was shocked when the news came that W. A. Williams had died from influenza Sunday evening. He and his family came here in the spring and were living on one of S.W. Miles farms.
He was buried in the Lostine cemetery Monday afternoon. He leaves a wife and one child. Mrs. Williams mother came over from Freewater Monday and will assist in caring for her daughter who is sick with the influenza. Mr. William's brother and wife arrived from the east Tuesday for a visit and it was a great shock to them when they found that he had passed away.
Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday November 7, 1918
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