Waldron Family History & Genealogy
Waldron Last Name History & Origin
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Waldron Biographies & Family Trees
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Most Common First Names
- John 4.1%
- William 3.4%
- James 3.0%
- Mary 2.3%
- Charles 2.0%
- Thomas 1.9%
- Robert 1.7%
- George 1.6%
- Margaret 1.2%
- Joseph 1.0%
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- Nettie Waldron lived 108 years
- Clara Waldron lived 106 years
- Alice Waldron lived 104 years
- Olive S Waldron lived 104 years
- Emma Waldron lived 103 years
- Lena Waldron lived 104 years
- Wilda Waldron lived 102 years
- Henry Waldron lived 103 years
- Wayman B Waldron lived 102 years
- Helen C Waldron lived 100 years
Most of the family lived and worked in the city or in nearby, New Jersey.
Grandma was "famous" for her prayerful vigils, homemaking and philosophy, summed up in her saying: "Take a little longer, do a little less and you'll last a little longer to do a little more". Her patience was legendary and their family is too!
The Oregonian (Portland, OR)
June 8, 1990
WINNIFRED L. WALDRON
The funeral for Winnifred L. Waldron of Cornelius will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in First Christian Church in Forest Grove. She died in a Hillsboro hospital Tuesday of causes related to age. She was 84.
Mrs. Waldron, whose maiden name Zweifel, was born March 24, 1906, in Summerfield, and reared in Elgin. She attended Eastern Oregon College of Education in La Grande for two years.
Following her marriage in 1923, she moved to Kansas City, Ore., where she and her husband, Earl, lived until 1925. They moved to Idaho and in 1928 returned to Kansas City, where they farmed. They moved to Forest Grove in 1972 and to Cornelius in 1977.
Her husband died in 1982. Surviving are sons, Urban and Robert, both of Forest Grove; daughters, Echo Waldron of Cornelius and Earlawin Horner of Vancouver, Wash.; nine grandchildren; five stepgrandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and six stepgreat-grandchildren.
The family suggests that remembrances be contributions to the Elks Eye Bank or First Christian Church in Forest Grove.
Vault entombment will be in Forest View Cemetery in Forest Grove.