Obit: Lee, Lillian
May (1860? - 1937)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Lee, Franks, Zehring, Lewis, Johnson, Turnbull, Trumbull, Mills, Anderson, Roberts
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 22 April 1937
Lee, Lillian May (1860? - *16 April 1937) *Could be off.
Mrs. Lillian M. Lee, aged 76 years, died Friday night at her home on North 10th Street, and funeral services were held at the home Monday at 2:30 p.m., with Rev. J. Thomas Lewis, rector of Trinity Episcopal church of Bend officiating.
Mrs. L. W. Franks and Mrs. Guy Zehring sang at the funeral, and members of Ray Johnson post of the American Legion were pallbearers. Mrs. Lee’s son, the late Ralph Lee, former Redmond rural mail carrier, was a member of the post. The Pythian Sisters, with which Mrs. Lee was affiliated, had charge of services at the cemetery. She also belonged to the Redmond Birthday Club.
Mrs. Lee was Lillian May *Turnbull, descendant of the Connecticut family prominent in early American History. She lived in Wisconsin before coming to Oregon, her home being within 12 miles of that of Mrs. Carrie Mills, who lived at Black Rivers Falls. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Mills, mother of Mrs. O. E. Anderson, were lifelong friends.
Mrs. Lee is survived by one brother, Ed *Trumbull of Portland and by cousins in Wisconsin. Dwight Roberts of Redmond was her first cousin. - The Redmond (Ore.) Spokesman.
*This is how this surname was typed in the original write up.
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