785. R. B.1 Conover (372933) was born circa 1838 Pennsylvania; m. Thurza W. Rozell (372934) 1861.
R. B. Conover (372933) and Thurza W. Rozell (372934) appeared on the census of 1870 Northfield, Rice County, Minnesota. He and Thurza W. Rozell (372934) removed to Oregon in 1872.
R. B. Conover (372933) and Thurza W. Rozell (372934) appeared on the census of June 11, 1880 East Salem, Marion County, Oregon. He was shown in the census on June 11, 1880 as a printer. He was was interested in the Dayton Herald in 1890 Dayton, Yamhill County, Oregon.
Thurza W. Rozell (372934) was born in March, 1841 near, Connersville, Fayette County, Indiana. She died on March 27, 1907 Salem, Marion County, Oregon. She was buried on April 2, 1907 Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon. She was also known as Theresa Rozell. She was also known as Thirza Rozell. ANOTHER PIONEER GONE -- Mrs. R. B. Conover Goes to Join the Great Majority of Pathfinders Passed On. In the death of Mrs. R. B. Conover Wednesday night at her home, 1528 Asylum avenue, another pioneer has ended her long journey. Mrs. Conover, whose maiden name was Therza Rozell, was born March, 1841, near Connersville, Indian. She was married in 1861 to R. B. Conover who, with two children, Frank of Butte, Montana, and Miss Lula, of this city survive her, one child having died in infancy, and another daughter Daisy, a beautiful girl of 20, dying some seventeen years ago.
In 1872 Mr. and Mrs. Conover came to Oregon, coming to San Francisco and thence northward by sailing vessel. She was a devoted wife and mother, and a loyal member of the Presbyterian Church. She been ailing for some time, but the end came unexpectedly at about 10 o'clock Wednesday night, when she was seized with heart failure, and passed away in a short time.
No arrangement have been made for the funeral pending the arrival of her son Frank from Butte, Montana. Chapman Scrapbook, pg. 134.[Salem newspaper -- hand-written date, Wed. Mar. 28, 1907].
Children of R. B.1 Conover (372933) and Thurza W. Rozell (372934) were as follows:
He was employed by the Corvallis Gazette in 1890 Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon. He resided at 926 Antimony, Butte, Silver Bow County, Montana, in 1902. He was shown in the census in 1902 as a salesman for the Passmore Paper Company. He resided at Butte, Silver Bow County, Montana, in 1907.
Frank Conover (372935) appeared on the census of 1910 Butte, Silver Bow County, Montana.
At her home in East Salem, on Asylum avenue, at 1 o'clock a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1890, Miss Daisy Conover, aged 20 years, 10 months and 27 days.
The deceased died of consumption, after an illness of ten months. She was the daughter of R. B. Conover, well known in Salem newspaper circles in the past, but who at this time is interested in the Dayton Herald. Frank Conover, of the Corvallis Gazette, is her brother.
Rev. E. J. Thompson, of Corvallis, will conduct the funeral services at the Presbyterian church this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Weekly Oregon Statesman 15 August 1900 12:4.
She resided at Salem, Marion County, Oregon, in 1907.
Lula Conover (372937) appeared on the census of April 17, 1930 a boarder with Morris and Margaret Race, Salem, Marion County, Oregon. She was shown in the census on April 17, 1930 as a Mission School teacher.