The Oregonian October 2, 1955 Page 49 Funeral Notices Hankin-Nathan, 7342 N Villard; husband of Virtue. Private services were held Saturday. Arrangements in care of Mikeworth's Peninsula Funeral Home 3018 N Lombard.
Virtue died April 1961 The Oregonian April 23, 1961 Page 41 Hankin-Virtue, 7342 N Villard. Mikeworth's Penninsula Funeral Home.
Nathan and Elizabeth seem to have a colorful history. I found that he sued her for divorce in 1919 on a charge of desertion. They must have reconcilled because in April 1930 she filed for divorce against him.
He was shot in December 1916, allegedly by a masked bandit...two days later he requested that the police drop the case as "it would cause trouble." Police theorized there was a woman involved. The newspaper articles state that his wife was visiting in Australia at the time. Mr. Hankin had been separated from his wife for about a year. Mrs. Hankin had their two children with her. (Looks like the two children were from a previous marriage for her)
The Oregonian January 3, 1937 Page 22 Hankin, Late of 5421 NE 34th Ave., Jan. 1, Elizabeth, aged 60 years, beloved mother of Mrs. A Bader, Nicholas, Theresa and Margaret Jaeger; sister of Mrs. Eva Fishbeck, Mrs N M Wusz, and Mrs, W Jones. Funeral cortege will leave the chapel of Miller & Tracey Monday, Jan. 4 at 8:30 am thence to St. Charles Church NE 33rd & Webster, where mass will be offered at 9 am. Interment Mt. Cavalry cemetery.
Nathan married Virtue post 1937, as Virtue is listed in her mother's obituary as Mrs. Virtue Knight. Virtue's mother, Hattie Linter, resided at 7342 N Villard...
You can obtain Nathan's birth and death certificates from the Oregon State Archives: Oregon State Archives 800 Summer St NE Salem, OR 97310 503-373-0701 ext. 1 Fax: 503-378-4118 firstname.lastname@example.org
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I don't know if you noticed but all of his listings, (Census, draft reg, etc) state that he was born in the US.