Pioneer Memorial Cemetery ~ Lusina Allison
Allison, Lusina
LAST: Allison FIRST: Lusina MID: 
BORN: 27 Apr 1868 DIED: 26 Feb 1934 BURIED: 28 Feb 1934
OCCUPATION:  Housewife
BIRTH PLACE:  Monroe, Benton Co., Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon
Name of father William Harris
Maiden name of mother Elizabeth Baird
1880 CENSUS - Lucina Harris, age 12, b. Oregon, is enumerated with father William, age 52, b. Missouri, occupation blacksmith, and Elizabeth J., age 43, b. Arkansas, along with John T., age 21, Mary E., age 16, Sarah M., age 14, Lucinda, age 12, and Ida May, age 6, all born in Oregon
MARRIAGE - "J. E. Allison, over 21, & Sina Harris, over 18, m 2 Jun 1892 at house of Mr. Harris by C. R. Kellerman, M. G. Aff: W. A. Harris. Wit: W. S. Clement & J. L. Freelin. #4243 pg 124"
1930 CENSUS - Sina Allison, age 61, b. Oregon, is enumerated with husband James E., age 62, occupation life insurance agent, b. Kentucky, along with Donald J., age 24, single, b. Oregon.
Funeral services for Lina [sic] H. Allison, wife of James E. Allison, 2090 Ferry street, who died at a Salem hospital early Monday morning will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. from Rigdon's morturary with Rev. H. C. Stover of the Knight Memorial church officating.
Mrs. Allison was born near Monroe, Benton county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Harris, pioneers. A few years after her birth the family moved to Brooks where they lived until 1889 when they removed to Salem. With the exception of the four years spent in Eugene while Mr. Allison, to whom she was married in 1892, was connected with the University of Oregon, she spent the remainder of her life here.
Mrs. Allison was for over 50 years a church member, the past 16 or 16 years, with the Knight Memorial church and was active in chruch work. She is survived by her widower; a son, Donald J. Allsion, Salem; two sisters, Mrs. Frank E. Brown and Mrs. H. D. Emerick, and a brother, J. F. Harris, all of Salem. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Rigdon's, burial at Pioneer cemetery, Brooks. The Rev. H. C. Stover of the Knight Memorial church will officiate.
(uncited newspaper clipping)
[shares marker with James, and with Lucinda and David Craven]
Saucy Survey & Photographs
OSBH DC (Marion County 1934) #143
1880 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Labish Pct., pg 62D)
Marriage Records of Marion Co., OR, Vol. VII, pg 10
1930 OR CENSUS (Marion Co., Salem, ED 59, sheet 3B)