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He was employed here by the Coos Bay Lumber company. Injury by falling Limb Proves Fatal to Logger Marshfield, Or., Dec 6 (Special) -- The present storm which has continued intermittently for three days, has filled the Coquille river and its tributaries. Anderson Funeral To Be Saturday Saceus "Sig" Anderson, Bay Park, died Wednesday night at Mc Auley hospital in Coos Bay, where he had been a patient since Monday. 22, 1877, he came to Minnesota in 1905 and to Coos Bay in 1907. He was an Irishman, 82 years of age, and though he had two children, one in California and one in Scotland, he bequeathed his property to the wife of a neighbor. On the Coquille river transportation was made difficult and dangerous by loose logs. Guy & Dewey Stutsman's barn on south Coos river collapsed last night and Marshall Redell of Myrtle Point lost a horse killed by a falling tree. Arnot, who was injured by a falling limb at a logging camp yesterday, died today at Mercy Hospital.
Information in brackets  is based on other outside sources, and was not present in the original newspaper clippings. After her father retired from the Coast Guard, they settled in North Bend, Oregon where she graduated from high school in 1985. After her time in the Air Force, she returned to Oregon and lived in North Bend, the Portland area, and most recently had been living and renovating a historic home in Vancouver, Washington. Still he recovered sufficiently to do some work in the office in July, and again early in September, when it was thought sea voyage and change of climate might benefit him he went to Oregon.
who took part in the service were Simeon Miller, E. Kinley Henderson, and one grandson, John Henderson who is flying here from Winter Park, Fla.
Survivors include his widow, Esther, a daughter, Mrs. Hillstrom, Robert Hillstrom, William Hillstrom, Fred Osborne, Larry Ipshur and W.
The coroners jury returned a charge of carelessness against Phillips, and he has been held to await the action of the grand jury. Carl Nord, Granada, Minn., and two brothers, Eric Anderson, Minnesota and Carl Anderson, Sweden. Archer, an old man who lived alone about four miles from Marshfield, was recently found in a dying condition by a neighbor.
Born in Josephine County, Oregon, she had lived in Powers for 40 years. Surviving are two sons and four daughters, Steven and Donald Gibbs, Broadbent; Mrs. Phillips, in a shooting gallery at Marshfield, Coos county.