SCOBEE, Julian

Date of birth: 02 Jan 1895 – Quincey, Indiana
Date of death: 03 Aug 1977 – Multnomah County, Oregon

Columbus Republic, August 4, 1977

Formerly of Edinburg

Julian Scobee

EDINBURGH — Word has been received here of the death of Julian Scobee, 83, Redlands, Calif. An Edinburg resident from 1939 to 1959, he died Wednesday in Portland, Ore.

Scobee and his wife, Elsie, came to Edinburg in 1939 when he bought a hardware store. They later moved to Florida and then California. He was a farmer in his early life. While in Edinburg he belonged to the Grange and Oddfellows and Masonic Lodges. He was a member of Redlands Christ­ian Church.

Memorial services were to be conducted today in Portland with burial to be at Redlands.

Scobee was born Jan. 2, 1894, near Quincey. His wife, the former Elsie Long of Bloomington, died in 1973.

Survivors include a son, Robert Scobee of Redlands; a granddaughter. Elaine Walsman of Greenwood, and several great-grandchildren.

Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, August 10, 1977

Julian Scobee Dies In Oregon

  Julian Scobee,
83,  former Edinburg
resident and hard-
ware merchant, died
last Wednesday  in
Portland,  Oregon.
  His home was  at
Redlands, Calif-
  Mr. Scobee  and
his wife, the for-
mer Elsie Long of
Bloomington, came
to Edinburg in 1939.
In 1959 they moved
to Ellenton, Flori-
da, and later to
Redlands, Calif-
ornia, where Mrs.
Scobee died.
  He was a farmer
in his early years.
He belonged to the
Edinburg Odd Fell-
ows Lodge, the Ed-
inburg Masonic
Lodge and the Gra-
nge. He also was a
member of the Red-
lands Christian
  Memorial services
were conducted in
Portland and burial
was at Redlands.
  Surviving are a
son, Robert, of Red-
lands, a granddaugh-
ter, Elaine Walsman
of Greenwood, In-
diana, and several

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey