Sarah Emily "Emma" Farris (1) B 19Mar1857 (1) Page county IA D 6July1944 Oakland, Alameda county CA (2) buried Lower Lake cemetery Lake county CA (8) Parents Young and Mary "Polly" Dunbar Farris (11) M 17Dec1878 (3) William A. Clayton B c1848 IN (4) 12Apr1848 (12) D 24Dec1883 Modesto, Stanislaus county CA (12) Parents probably Simeon D. and Anna White Clayton (13) Children 2 Anna Edna 1880-1953 2 Winifred 1882-1907 (8) Obituary "Clayton - In Oakland, July 6, 1944, Sarah Emily, beloved mother of Edna Clayton Orr; a native of Iowa, aged 87 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service Saturday, July 8, at 11a.m. at the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N. Cooper Mortuary, 1380 Fruitvale Avenue."(2) Obituary CLAYTON - At Modesto, December 24, W. A. Clayton, a native of Indiana, aged 35 years, 8 months, and 12 days. (Nevada papers please copy)(12) Chronology 1880 CA San Francisco, San Francisco one child and nephew C. W. Stockton, son of Nancy(4) 1892 CA Lake county land transactions(9) 1900 ID Latah county, Moscow ID(5) 1903 WA King county, West Seattle with daughter Edna (14) 1905 CA Santa Cruz county CA with daughter Edna (14) 1910 CA Santa Cruz county, Santa Cruz in home of daughter Edna(6) 1920 CA Oakland county, Brooklin twp…Sarah is enumerated with her daughters family(7) 1930 CA Alameda county Oakland enumerated as Sarah with her daughters family(10) Notes: (1) CA death index gives full name CA Death Index Clayton Sarah Emily 19Mar1857 Dunbar Farris Iowa Alameda 6Jul1944 87y (2) Obituary Oakland Tribune (CA) 7July1944 pD21 (3) Lake County Marriage Index, Book 1 P 296 Farris, Emma 21, IA m W. A. Clayton 17Dec1878 (4) 1880 CA R77 SanFrancisco county San Francisco 6Eva St Ward 11 E.D159P184L20 Wm A. Clayton 32 IN AL US works for telephone company S.E. 23 IA KY IN A. E. 1 mo CA C. W. Stockton nephew 16 OR IL IN in school (5} 1900 Census, Latah County, West Moscow Precinct, ED 71, page 6B Clayton, Sarah E. March 1857 43 Widow married 5 years 2 children 2 living IA KY IN Teacher Ana E. April 1880 20 Single CA IN IA Student Winifred F. May 1882 18 Single CA IN IA Student (6) 1910 CA R106 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Ward 3 E.D128P6B L58 James B. Orr 44 head married 6y Can Can Can minister Edna C. 29 wife married 6y Children 2/ living 2 CA IN IA Dorothea 5 WA Winifred 9 CA S. Emily Clayton MIL 23 Wd Children 2/living 1 IA KY IN (7) 1920 CA R91 Oakland county, Brooklin twp ED225S4AL2 James R. Orr 53 imm1882 nat.1902 minister Can Can Can Edna 39 CA Dorthea 15 WA Winifred 10 CA James C. 8 CA Eliz 4 CA Sarah Clayton 63 MIL IA (8) Material collected during visit to Lake County Genealogy and Historical Society and the Lower Lake cemetery. Gravestones noted. A picture has been found showing two teenage girls labeled Edna and Winifred. (9) Land transactions, Lake county 120N 60W sec005 3/26/92 Sarah E. Clayton 120N 60W sec006 3/26/92 Sarah E. Clayton 120N 60W sec008 (10) 1930 CA Alameda county Ashland 1520 76th Ave ED144P25BL27 James B. Orr 63 married at 36 Can Can Can minister Congregational church Edna C. 49 married at 23 CA IN IA Dorothea 25 WA Winifred 20 CA Clayton 18 CA Bonnie E. 14 CA Sarah E. Clayton MIL 73 wd married at 21 IA KY IN (11) Lake County CA Superior Court, #277 filed 25Feb1889, Probate for the estate of Young Farris – Emma Clayton, aged 32 years (12) San Francisco Call, 26 Dec 1883, page 4 (13) 1850IN Washington county Washington P327L38 Simeon Clayton 39 farmer NC Ann 25 Ruth A. 3 William A. 2 Louisa A. 11/12 Ancestry.com Clayton and Allied Families Tony Clayton email@example.com update 21Aug01 Simeon D. Clayton B 7Dec1810 Roxbora, Person county NC D 11Feb1892 VanMeter, Lawrence county IA M 6Feb1845 IN Anna White Children Ruth Ann 7Jan1847 William Alexander 12Apr1848 Louisa Adeliade 16Jan1850 Susanna Marie 12Nov1851 Lewis Woody 20Aug1853 John Daniel 7Dec1855 Elmira Jane 22Oct1860 (14) notes from Book I, 1899-1914 West Seattle Congregational Church [currently the Admiral Congregational Church] Children: 2 ANNA EDNA B18Apr1880 SanFrancisco CA D 3Apr1953 Alameda Oakland CA M 3June1903 Wallace, Shoshone county ID James Burmash Orr (full name found on birth registration of dtr Winifred, Santa Cruz courthouse book 1P178)(death record shows Burwash) B 6June1866 Canada D 3Oct1953 Alameda county In the 1920 census, James is listed as a Canadian, immigrating in 1882 and naturalized in 1902. He is 53 and a minister . the Catalogue of Students at the University of Idaho 1898 - 1902. 1897 - 1898 Sophomores Anna Edna Clayton of Moscow 1899-1900 Seniors Anna Edna Clayton of Moscow the Western States Marriage Index, LDS ID Number 133365 Grooms First Name James B. Grooms Last Name ORR Grooms Residence Brides First Name Edna Brides Last Name CLAYTON Brides Residence County of Record Shoshone Co., Idaho Place of Marriage Wallace Date of Marriage 03 Jun 1903 Volume 3 Page 50 CA Death Index - rootsweb ORR EDNA CLAYTON FEMALE 18 Apr 1880 3 Apr 1953 CALIFORNIA ALAMEDA 0 FERRIS CLAYTON Obituary "Orr-In Oakland, April 3, 1953, Edna Clayton Orr, beloved wife of Rev. James B. Orr; loving mother of Mrs. Paul Bowerman, Mrs. William O. Cheny, J. Clayton Orr and Mrs. Clarence G. Carlson; dearly beloved grandmother of 10 grandchildren. A native of San Francisco, California. Private funeral services were held at Grant Miller Mortuaries April 4, 1953." Oakland Tribune (CA) 5April1953 p C6 CA Death Index ORR JAMES BURWASH MALE 6 Jun 1866 3 Oct 1953 CANADA ALAMEDA 0 DAVIS ORR Oakland Tribune, Monday, October 5, 1953: Obit - page 37 Orr - In Oakland, October 3, 1953, Rev. James B. Orr, husband of the late Edna Clayton Orr; loving father of Mrs. Paul Bowerman of Pasadena, Mrs. William O. Chaney, Mrs. Clarence Carlson of Pasadena and J. Clayton Orr. Ten grandchildren survive; a native of California; aged 87 years, 3 months, and 27 days. Friends are invited to attend services at the East Oakland chapel of Grant Miller Mortuaries, 2372 East 14th Street, Oakland, Wednesday, October 7, 1953, at 11 o'clock a.m. Rev. Ralph C. Waddell officiating. Article - page 4 Rev. Jas. B. Orr Funeral to Be On Wednesday Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday for the Rev. James B. Orr, 87, retired pastor of the Fruitvale Congregational Church and an Oakland resident for more than 40 years, who died Saturday. Rev. Mr. Orr, who was a native of Toronto, Ont., was pastor of the Fruitvale church for 10 years before he retired in 1947 and an ordained minister for over 50 years. He was the pastor of the Boulevard Congregational Church (now thePilgrimCongregational Church) and the Myrtle Street Congregational Church before he went to the Fruitvale church. Rev. Mr. Orr graduated from the Chicago Theological Seminary and served churches in Benicia, San Francisco and Santa Cruz before coming to Oakland. He was an honorary member of a number of civic and fraternal groups and was a frequent speaker at meetings before his retirement. Rev. Mr. Orr, who lived at 7520 Ney Avenue, is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Paul Bowerman, Sierra Madre; Mrs. William Cheney, San Leandro; and Mrs. Clarence G. Carlson, Pasadena; one son, J. Clayton Orr, a prominent Oakland attorney and president of the Civil Service Commission, and 10 grandchildren. His wife, the late Edna Clayton Orr, died in April. Services will be held at the Grant Miller Mortuaries, 2372 East 14th Street. Interment will be in Santa Cruz. NOTE: For additional material re James Orr’s career see the end of the worksheet. Children 3 Dorothea 1904-1983 3 Winifred 1909-1962 3 James Clayton 1911-1994 3 Bonnie Elizabeth 1915-1982 3 DOROTHEA B 6Oct1904 Seattle, King county WA D 12July1983 LosAngeles CA; M Paul Bowerman B D possibly 15Jan1992 Los Angeles CA Seattle Post Intelligencer Sunday 9Oct1904 page 11 West Seattle October 8th – Rev. Orr is the happy father of a fine daughter who arrived last Thursday. CA Death Index BOWERMAN DOROTHEA ORR FEMALE 6 Oct 1904 12 Jul 1983 WASHINGTON LOS ANGELES CLAYTON ORR No obituary in LA Times for Dorothea Orr Bowerman. No obituary in LA Times for Paul Bowerman. 3 WINIFRED B 17July1909 D 19Aug1962 Oakland Alameda county CA; M William Owen Cheney The following data would appear to be re Winifred’s husband. B 15Nov1902 CA D 6Mar1986 Yuba county CA Parents Eston and Elsie Lamb Cheney CA Death Index CHENEY WINIFRED O FEMALE 17 Jul 1909 19 Aug 1962 CALIFORNIA ALAMEDA CLAYTON Obituary "Cheney, Winifred O., in San Leandro, August 19, 1962, beloved wife of William O. Cheny.. A native of California; aged 53 years. A member of the International Order of Foresters. Will in favor of University of California Medical School. No services. Contribution to the American Heart Fund appreciated." Oakland Tribune 20Aug1962 Is this William, Winifred’s husband? California Death Index: Cheney, William Owen b. 15 Nov 1902 California d. 6 Mar 1986 Yuba County mother's maiden name, Lamb Cheney, Marysville Press Democrat, 12 Mar 1986 William O. Cheney Memorial services are planned Saturday for William O. Cheney, 83, of Penn Valley, who died Thursday in Beale Air Force Base Hospital. A retired U.S. Navy commander, he had for 20 years been a chief of research for 20 years for the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. Born in Oakland, he had lived here for the past 18 years. He was a member of the Fleet Reserve. Survivors include his wife, Madeline Cheney of Penn Valley; and a sister, Eston Cheney of the Bay Area. Memorial services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Lipp and Sullivan Chapel. Memorials to charities of choice have been suggested by the family. 1910 CA Alameda Oakland 7Wd R71 P148 L61 William P. Lamb H 60 M35y MI Engl Engl bookkeeper advertising Alice F. wife 55 m 35y 1/1 MA MA MA Eaton S. Cheney SIL 35 M 8y N.D. CT CT proprietor advertising Co. Elsie L. dtr 30 m8y 2/2 CA MI MA William O. gson 7 CA Eaton S. gson 2 6/12 CA 1930 Census, California, Alameda County: Cheney, Eston S. 56 married at age 30 b. Iowa Photographer, Fish and Game Comm. Elsie wife 50 married at age 24 b. CA Author ? William son 25 single b. CA Civil Engineer Eston S. son 20 single b. CA Clerk, Ins. Co. . Oakland 1933 phone book Cheney E. S. 1825 5th Av Cheney Photo Adv Co 1825 5th Ave W. O. 1636 High CA Death Index CHENEY ELSIE FEMALE 6 May 1873 2 Dec 1952 CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES 0 JOHNSON LAMB Cheney, Eston S. b. 7 Jul 1907 California d. 12 Jan 1992 San Francisco mother's maiden name, Lamb 3 JAMES CLAYTON B 10Aug1911 D 10Dec1994 Oakland Alameda county M Helen Kittle Children 4 son 4 James David 1943-1973 4 daughter CA Death Index ORR JAMES CLAYTON MALE 10 Aug 1911 10 Dec 1994 CALIFORNIA ALAMEDA CLAYTON No obituary in the Oakland Tribune for James Clayton Orr. J. Clayton Orr was, in 1962, Board Chairman of Stiles Hall at UC Berkeley, which must have an auditorium, and got involved in a major free-speech issue. Details are on the California OnLine Archives, searce text area for Clayton Orr. Email of 2Jul04 from a great granddaughter of Sarah Emily - "James Clayton Orr was my mother's brother. He was married to Helen Kittle Orr for 29 years before they divorced. They had three children - ____, James David (deceased) and ___. Uncle Clayton was a prominent Oakland attorney with an interest in industrial real estate, in potential recreational areas, and in selective rural development. He busied himself with local politics, with interracial organizations and was the first white man on the local board of the NAACP, a member and ultimately chairman of the Civil Service Board, and he was active in the Brotherhood of Christians and Jews as well as his own church. Children 4 son 4 James David CA Birth Index James David Orr 25Feb1943 mother Kittle Alameda CA Death Index James D. Orr 25Feb1943 CA - 20May1973 Alameda 4 daughter 3 BONNIE ELIZABETH B Nov1915 CA D 22Dec1996 ContraCosta county CA buried Lower Lake cemetery Lake county CA M Clarence G. Carlson B 22Feb1913 AK D 6June1982 Solano county CA Material collected during visit to Lake County Genealogy and Historical Society and the Lower Lake cemetery noted gravestones -- Clarence G. Carlson 1913-1982 Bonnie E. Carlson 1915-1996 CA Death Index CARLSON BONNIE ELIZABETH FEMALE 1 Nov 1915 22 Dec 1996 CALIFORNIA CONTRA COSTA CLAYTON ORR No obituary in the Oakland Tribune or the Walnut Creek, Contra Costa county paper for Bonnie Orr Carlson. CA Death Index CARLSON CLARENCE G 1913 02 22 WAECHTER MALE AK SOLANO 1982 06 16 2 WINIFRED B 7May1882 California D 18Dec1907 Seattle, Kin g county Washington gravestone 1882-1907, Lower Lake Cemetery, Lake county CA Washington State Board of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics Certificate of Death #1151/file #1127/registration #1154 King county City of Seattle Seattle General Hospital WINIFRED CLAYTON Sex: Female Color: White Date of Birth: May 7, 1882 Age: 25y, 7m, 12d Marital: Single Birthplace: California Father: W. A. Clayton Birthplace: Indiana Mother: S. E. Ferris [sic] Birthplace: Iowa Occupation: Secretary Informant: G. S. Peterkin Seattle, Wash. Date of Death: December 18 1907 I hereby certify that I attended deceased: December 16 1907 to December 18 1907 death occurred on the date above at 9 P.M. the cause of death embolism of the pulmonary artery with contributory - operation for appendicitis Place of burial: cremation Undertaker: Bonney-Watson Co. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer (WA) 20December1907 page 4 CLAYTON - In this city, December 18, 1907, Winifred Clayton, aged 25 years. Announcement of funeral hereafter. Remains at the new parlors of Bonney-Watson Company, Third avenue and University street. [I checked the newspapers through 24Dec but found no further notice of funeral arrangements] the Catalogue of Students at the University of Idaho 1898 – 1902 1897 - 1898 Freshman Winifred Clayton of Moscow 1899-1900 Juniors Winifred Farris Clayton of Moscow 1901-1902 Senior Winifred Clayton Piano and Voice Moscow 1907 Polk Seattle Directory p326 Winnifrid (sic) F. Clayton stenographer Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition residence 715 7th Ave 1908 Polk Seattle Directory p344 Winifred F. Clayton secretary G. S. Peterkin board F706 9th Ave Attempting to locate Sarah Emily and daughters c1900 – San Francisco City Directory 1882 - Clayton, William A., foreman, Pacbell Telephone Co. r. 1861 1/2 Stevenson 1883 - Clayton, William A., construction foreman, same as above. There is also listed a Sarah Clayton, widow, 647 Natoma 1884 - Clayton, Sarah Mrs. 1120 Mission, no William A. in the directory (he died in December, 1883, and the directory was published in April of the listed year) 1885 - Clayton, Sarah, widow, 322 7th 1886 - No Sarah Clayton 1887 - No Sarah Clayton 1890 - Clayton, Sarah Mrs. Nurse, St. Mary's Hospital, no address 1895 - Park Congregational Church, corner of Fell and Baker Streets, Pastor is Houlding. Listed is Sarah F. Clayton, widow, 212 1/2 Noe, no James Orr 1896 - Rev James B. Orr, r. 1010 Page, Pastor Park Congregational Church, corner of Fell and Baker. No residence at church, just a study. And, there is no Sarah Clayton in the SF directory. 1897 - ditto on James; no Sarah. 1896 – 1902 Sarah and daughters located in Moscow Idaho attending University of Idaho NOTES re career of James Orr: from the history of the First Congregational Church of Santa Cruz The Rev. James B. Orr (1898-1900 and 1907-1912 Whether present members of the church knew him in person or only by reputation, there appears to be no question in anyones mind but that James B. Orr was a highly stimulating personality. After his first Sundy in the Santa Cruz pulpit, the "Sentinel" carried a glowing account of this new shepherd of the flock. We quote about one- third of this news story: "Rev. Jas. B. Orr, whom the First Congregational Church of Santa Cruz has decided to engage as its future pastor, delivered his first two sermons at the church Sunday. In appearance, as well as oratorical ability, Rev. Mr. Orr proved himself well adapted to inspire respect and affection, such as any congregation should always bear towards its minister, thus promoting the union which should exist between a pastor and his parish. " As a speaker Mr. Orr fulfills those requirements demanded by the younger church goers. The young ladies and gentlemen who are attracted by graceful delivery and plain statements, as well as a distinguished appearance, will find in Mr. Orr an ideal minister. The men whom it is so difficult to convince that they may gather information and knowledge in the church, will certainly not fail to give their attention to this young man, whose sermons are saturated with wisdom, whose phrases breathe devout principles, whose logic penetrates to the heart, and whose utterances bespeak sincerity and a true Christian spirit. "There can be not the slightest doubt that Mr. Orr will infuse life and activity into the church, and that his beneficial influence will cause a revolution which will tear the church out from the temporary inactivity which existed since Rev. Mr. Taylor's departure. May his efforts be crowned with success!" James Orr came from the Park Congregational Church of San Francisco, beginning his duties in August 1898, over four months after Mr. Taylor had left, hence the reference to a lapse between the pastorates. Another splendid appreciation of the Rev. Mr. Orr appeared in the "Sentinel" in late June, 1900 at the end of a story of the early pastors of the church, presumably written by Duncan McPherson, editor: "The last pastor, the Rev. J. B. Orr, who starts at once for the East and Europe, probably never to return, although his congregation has unanimously refused to accept his resignation, has toiled in the Santa Cruz vineyard for less than two years, yet his success has not been surpassed, or equaled, by any of his predecessors. During the last two years the church has grown largely in membership and interest, only to be exceeded in growth by the Sunday-school, and one-half of the church indebtedness has been paid off within a year. At no time has Mr. Orr been more universally popuilar with all classes of his church and congregation, and at no time in the future could he sever his connection and create a greater void than his departure this week will. Only long years of acquaintance and friendship produce stronger ties than now exist between leave-of-absence pastor and people." After completing the special assignments named, Mr. Orr returned to the West and for a time was pastor of West Seattle Congregational Church. In 1907 he came for his Second pastorate here, just in time to arrange for the Golden Jubilee of the church in September 1907, when several former pastors came to participate in one of our most elaborate anniversaries. (See chapter 7.) About this time the second floor was put in over the old Sunday School room, improving the school equipment and providing an excellent social hall. In 1908 the East Side Chapel on Hammond Avenue was acquired, the lot being given by Mrs. J. S. Greene. For many years our church maintained a Sunday School there. Another improvement introduced by the Rev. James Orr was the change to the modern use of individual communion cups. His productive leadership lasted well through the year 1912. Santa Cruz Daily Sentinal I did find the front page "Farewell" article, mostly covering the same ground, and all his good works, and all the people who gave "vocal selections", and who made the cake and icings. "The members of his Sunday School class gave him a pair of field glasses, saying that through them they hoped he would be able to see his way back to Santa Cruz." A couple of items of interest... "The Christian Endeavor Society and the Sunday School teachers drew up very kind resolutions, expressing the hope that he would return after his year's leave of absence." And, "He will go almost directly to New York, from where he will sail for London, to attend the international Christian Endeavor convention. He has not definitely decided on his work after his return to America." I also found an article printed in the Santa Cruz Sentinal on February 19, 1907 reprinting an article in a Seattle newspaper which praised Orr for his fine work there. The Seattle article also had a paragraph on Mrs. Orr's work with the women's church group and the social club. Jim West Seattle Congregational Church "Book I 1899-1914" Page 1 Pastors: James B. Orr 18Oct1903 - 31Dec1906 Recalled to former pastorate at Santa Cruz California Page 35 Members Received: James B. Orr 3Jan1904 by letter from 1st Congregational Church of Santa Cruz California Edna Clayton Orr 3Jan1904 by letter from th 1st Presbyterian Church of Moscow Idaho Page 36 Mrs. S. Clayton 1Jan1905 by letter Page 46 Members Removed: J. B. Orr 2Apr1907 to Congregational Church of Santa Cruz California Mrs. J. B. Orr same entry Mrs. Clayton same entry Page 100 Church committee minutes: "The Church Committee then reported upon a pastor recommending the calling of Rev. J. B. Orr, Wallace Idaho, whom we had the pleasure of hearing the previous Sunday favorably impressing all who heard him. He was unanimously elected by ballot." Page 101 Church committee minutes: West Seattle Wash., September 9th 1903 A meeting of the members of the West Seattle Congregational Church was called by the Clerk for 8 o'clock Sept 9th 1903. ......... The Clerk read the following letter from Rev. J. B. Orr: "Your letter of August 26th expressing to me the call of the Congregational Church of West Seattle received. For some time God has told me I would labor for Him on Puget Sound. I did not know just where but when I saw your work and its opportunity I felt this is my parish. The success of our labors depends upon the blessing of God and the hearty cooperation of His people. I trust you are calling me to lead the Church into large activity. The renumeration is smaller than I am accustomed to receive but I join in your sacrifice for the good of our divine cause. The church no doubt will grant me a months vacation each year. It will be the middle of October before I can leave the work here. I accept the call of the chuirch and crave your prayers that God will richly bless people and pastor. I am sincerely yours, J. B. Orr" ******************** And checking on Wallace Idaho on the internet I came up with Local History: WALLACE PUBLIC LIBRARY (from the History of North Idaho, page 1033) In December, 1902, the Wallace Public Library, near the corner of Sixth and Bank Streets, was opened with pleasing demonstrations. To the effort of Rev. J.B. Orr, pastor of the Congregational Church, the foundation and success of this institution are due and he, at present, donates his services as librarian. At its inception, he paid the first month's rent, $30. On going to a coal dealer, he was informed that the dealers in the city would undertake to heat the building gratuitously. Thus it was with the electric light company, and Mayor Connor's suggestion that Mr. Orr apply for aid in paying the rent met with a cheerful response from the city council. Contributions of books flowed in, Mr. Orr taking the initiative with a liberal donation of volumes, and he was followed by the Episcopalians, who placed a generous addition in the city library. A free traveling library is sent out from the parent institution. No fees are charged for the use of books. Two committees are assisting in this commendable work, the male members being representatives of fraternal societies in the city. ... the library contains over 1,000 volumes, and the patronage of Wallace and surrounding country is increasing A book at the library entitled Till Time Be Conquered by Elizabeth Montgomery gives the history of the first fifty years of the Alki Congregational Church. Alki was a tiny community over by the then West Seattle village. You could reach it by going around the point by boat or you could trek by foot or horse through the heavy forrest on a trail that went up then down. Close as the crow flies but remote secondary to geography. page 12 "By common consent the Congregational denomination was chosen. Its emphasis on Faith, Freedom, and Fellowship appealed to the majority. In Congregationalism they would be free to interpret God's Word in their own individual ways. The Church Extension Society was asked to supply ministers for the new congregation. During the summer of 1907 regular preaching services were held in the little day school. Mr. Strong, Mr. Orr, and others took turns, making the long trip out from Seattle for the purpose." An Illustrated History of Northern Idaho embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai and Shoshone Counties, pbl Western Historical Publishing Company, 1903 P1034 "The Congregational church, of which Rev. J. B. Orr is pastor, is a thriving organization of five years/ growth. Previous to 1898 Rev. Jonathan Edwards, at that time of Wardner, came occasionally to Wallace and preached to the Congregationalists, as did, also, Rev. Samuel Green, state Sunday school superintendent of Washington. At present the Congregationalists are holding services in Masonic Temple and other halls, but in August they will occupy a new church building, now in process of erection, corner of Fourth and Cedar streets, costing $3,500, exclusive of the lots. One lot is reserved, adjoining the new church, on which will be erected a gymnasium and bath rooms. The Congregational Sunday school numbers seventy-five pupils. On alternate Sundays Rev. Orr preaches at Kellogg."