Ukiah Republican Press
Ukiah Republican Press
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Description: Obituary of Mrs. Clora Langland-Osborn (nee Alley)

Date: May 11 1927

Newspaper published in: Ukiah

Mrs. Clora O. Langland Died At Covelo On Saturday Last

Mrs. Clora Osborn Dies.

Mrs. Clora Langland Osborn passed to her final rest last Saturday, after a lingering illness of several months duration. The end came at four o'clock Saturday morning. Organic heart trouble was the cause of death. Mrs. Osborn was a resident of Ukiah for several years and was the owner of Langland hospital there. Funeral services were held at the Osborn home at two o'clock Sunday afternoon. After the services the body was taken to Cypress Lawn Cemetery at Piedmont, Oakland, Calif. Clora Osborn was born in Lake county March 12, 1872. She was the oldest of seven children born to Mr. and Mrs. Alley. Mrs. Osborn studied nursing in the San Francisco hospital and was graduated from that hospital. In March, 1898, she was married to Robert Langland. To this union four children were born- John, Robert and Raymond Langland and Mrs. Madelin Langland Moore. Mr. Langland died March 25, 1911. Mrs. Osborn lived for many years in Ukiah where she founded Langland hospital. In 1920 she married Dr. G. K. Osborn and moved to Covelo where she lived until her death Saturday, May 7. She was a member of the United Presbyterian church in San Francisco and on October 26, 1924, she joined the Covelo Presbyterian church. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. J. L. Alley, four sisters, two brothers, one step-daughter, three sons, one daughter two grandchildren, Betty Jean and Robert Moore, and by her husband, Dr. G. K. Osborn. The burial will be in Oakland at Mountain View Cemetery.

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