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The Oregonian, Portland, OR., August 9, 1945, page 8

            CONBOY -- Aug. 7. Peter Conboy, late of Glenwood, Wash.; father of Ralph Conboy, Goldendale, Wash.; Walter Conboy, Salem; Roy and Orie Conboy, Mrs. Grace Avery, Ada Conboy, Glenwood, Wash.; Lee Conboy, U.S. army; Mrs. Katherine Gaither, Vancouver, Wash. Also brother of Mrs. Catherine Pierce, San Francisco, Calf. Remains will be forwarded Monday, Aug. 9, to Glenwood, Wash., where services will be held and interment made. Edward Holman & Son, the House of Holman, SE 27th and Hawthorne. 


 

The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA., August 13, 1945, page 1

GLENWOOD PIONEER PASSES AWAY IN PORTLAND

            GLENWOOD, Aug. 11 -- (Special) Peter Conboy died suddenly August 7th in Portland of heart attack while on his way to have his glasses changed. His daughter, Ada, was with him at the time. Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 14th, at White Salmon and he will be laid to rest beside his wife, Katie, in the Glenwood Grange cemetery. Obituary will follow later. 


 

The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA., August 13, 1945, page 3

PETER ALBERT CONBOY

            Peter Albert Conboy, pioneer Glenwood rancher, died suddenly August 7 in Portland at the Oregon Journal building. Funeral services will be held here in White Salmon tomorrow, Saturday, at Gardner's Chapel at 10:00 A.M.
            Prominent in all Glenwood affairs for the past many years, Peters Conboy left to mourn his loss many friends throughout Klickitat county. He was the father of Ralph Conboy, Goldendale, Washington; Walter Conboy, Salem, Oregon; Roy and Orie Conboy, Mrs. Grace Avery, Ada Conboy, all of Glenwood; Lee Conboy, U.S. army; Mrs. Katherine Gaither, Vancouver, Washington. He was the brother of Mrs. Katherine Pierce, San Francisco, California. Remains were brought to White Salmon Thursday.

 

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