Re: Charles N. Thompson IL,NE, ID, OR
NO Relation...and maybe you have all this already...
The following THOMPSONs were found buried in Eureka Pioneer Cemetery,Newport, Oregon :
Thompson, — (?-?);
Thompson, — (1897-1940);
Thompson, Chas Nelson (1838-1912 Fulton Co, IL);
Thompson, Cora B (1870-1939);
Thompson, Eugene C (1901-1956) pfc OR US Army WWI;
burial info plus a lot of data:
also, maybe this "Misty" may have more info to share,
It was not unusual to see a person who had been divorced show up on census as widowed.The reasoning behind this can be varied, including to save face (better widowed than divorced) or simply the info could have been given by a neighbor.However, according to Misty's info, it appears that he was divorced and remarried by the 1900 census and that he was living apart from his 2nd wife.
Lincoln County was created by the Oregon Legislative Assembly on February 20, 1893, from the western portion of Benton and Polk counties.
1900 census for Eva C Thompson shows she was born in Canada (English) in Dec 1861, shown as a widow (according to transcription), imm 1865, her mother was Julia Beauchamp (b. IN); daughter Blanche Carr b. Apr 1879 MO, father b. Canada (English), married 2 yearshad 1 child; grandaughter Irene Carr, b. July 1899 MO, father born MO,also there were numerous persons with various surnames.The census image was unavailable at the time I was searching.
Joseph BeauchampM 53y
Julia BeauchampF 45y
Jennie BeauchampF 22y
Emma BeauchampF 17y
Eva BeauchampF 15y
Georginana BeauchampF 13y