Smith Cemetery ~ Frances Dorothy Horton ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
Horton, Frances Dorothy
LAST: Horton FIRST: Frances MID: Dorothy
BORN: 22 May 1921 DIED: 27 Jan 2010 BURIED:  (Smith Cemetery)
BIRTH PLACE:  Ashland, Jackson Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Monmouth, Polk Co, Oregon
1930 OR CENSUS - Frances D. Loosley (8y, b Oregon) enumerated with parents Cary V. (44y, b Oregon, married at age 28y, occupation stockman) and Monsey D. (37y, b Washington, married at age 31y)
MARRIAGE - Alan Gilbert Horton & Frances Dorothy Loosley md 16 June 1943, Multnomah Co, Oregon
Frances D. Horton, May 22, 1921-January 27, 2010
Monmouth – Frances D. Horton of Monmouth passed away at her home in Monmouth at the age of 88. Frances was born May 22, 1921 in Ashland, to C.V. and Monica Burns Loosley. Raised in Klamath County, to a pioneer family, graduated from Oregon State University. On June 16, 1943 she married Alan G. Horton and in 1951 they moved to Airlie district and ranched until 1985. She went into the Peace Corps and served in Belize and lied in Tigard from 1988-1998 and returned to Polk Cunty in 1998. Frances was a member of St Phillip Catholic Church in Dallas and DAR – Chemeketa Chapter in Salem. Survivors include her husband, Alan G. Horton of Monmouth; son, Chris (Joan) Horton of Monmouth; daughter, Paula Horton of Clackamas; 4 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents. C.V. and Monica Loosley; and sister Carol Kreutzer. Recitation of the Holy Rosary will be held at 10 am on Tuesday, February 2 at St Phillips Catholic Church in Dallas, followed by a memorial mass at 10:30 am. Contributions can be made to Marion-Polk Food Share, 1660 Salem Industrial Dr, NE, Salem, OR 97301, Arrangements entrusted to Farnstrom Mortuary, Independence. Online condolences can be placed at
Statesman Journal, Sunday, January 31, 2010, 10C
Frances D.

[shares marker with Alan  G. Horton]
1930 OR CENSUS (Klamath Co, Klamath Falls, ED 23, sheet 2B)
Oregon Marriage Index
Statesman Journal, 31 Jan 2010, 10C