Le Roy S. Davidson
1896 PCD pg. 240 “Davidson, Le Roy A, photographer, res Montavilla”
1897 PCD pg. 235 “Davidson, Le Roy S, photographer, res Montavilla”
1898 PCD pg. 241 “Davidson, LaRoy S, r Kinzel Park”
News Items and Advertisements:
1903: “DAMAGE SUIT AGAINST ASTORIA. L. S. Davidson Wants $3800 for Injuries Received. ASTORIA, Or., Sept. 3. (Special.) A suit to recover damages in the sum of $3800 was filed In the Circuit Court today by La Roy S. Davidson against the City of Astoria. The complaint alleges that at 9:30 P. M. on September 3, 1901, the plaintiff landed from a steamer at the foot of Sixth street, and, starting to walk up the street, stepped into a hole in the planking, negligently left open by the city, and fell a distance of nine feet, breaking the bones of his left shoulder and cutting and bruising his head, face and hands. Davidson Is alleged to have been injured at the railway crossing near the Kinney cannery, and he some time ago sued the Astoria & Columbia River Railroad Company in a Portland court. On being called for trial the case was nonsuited.” Morning Oregonian, September 04, 1903, pg. 4, col. 4.
1914: “L. S. Davidson Is Dead. La Roy S. Davidson died Tuesday at the family residence, 124 East Twenty-sixth street, at the age of 61. He was father of R. L. and J. C. Davidson, and brother of L. M. Davidson, of Oswego, Or.; A. K. Davidson. Vancouver, Wash.. and C. N. Davidson, Magers, Or. The funeral will be conducted Friday at 3 P. M. from F. S. Dunnings’ chapel, 414 East Aider street, and interment will be made in Lone Fir Cemetery. The serviaes will be under the auspices of the Multnomah Camp, No. 77, Woodmen of the World.” Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, October 01, 1914, Image 11, col. 1.
1914: “FUNERAL NOTICES. DAVIDSON In this city, Sept. 29. at his late residence, 1114 East 20th st.. La Roy S. Davidson, aged 6l years, father of R. L. Davidson. J. Clarence Davidson, and brother of L. M. Davidson, of Oswego, Or.; A. K. Davidson, of Vancouver, Wash. ; C. N. Davidson, of Maygers, Or. The funeral services will be held at the chapel of F. S. Dunning. Inc.. 414 East Alder St., at 3 P. M. today (Friday), under the auspices of Multnomah Camp, No. 77, W. O. W., of which the deceased was a member. Friends Invited. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.” Morning Oregonian, October 02, 1914, pg. 14, col. 1.