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Former Sheepman Dies in Ireland
Jim Doherty, former long-time Sheepman in Lake County, died Saturday march 15, 1975, in Ireland. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus and the Elks Lodge while residing in Lake County.
   Mr. Doherty was Born in Newmarket County Cork, Ireland in 1899. He came To Lake county in 1920 and in 1946, as an American citizen, He returned to Ireland and remained there. He married and is survived by four children, Julia, Marie, Batt and Cathleen.

Tim, Tom and Jim Doherty
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Thomas Doherty
Services were held Sunday and Monday, march 22 and 23, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Lakeview, for Thomas Fitzpatrick Doherty, who died March 20, 1981at the age of 77.
Mr. Doherty was born August 6, 1903 at Newmarket, county Cork, Ireland, The son of Batt and Julia Fitzpatrick Doherty. he came to the United States in 1920 as a sheepherder. Mr. Doherty worked in various mills. At his retirement in 1970, he was superintendent of Fremont Sawmill.
He is survived by daughters Marie Murray of Klamath Falls and Julia Flynn of Lakeview; brothers Tim of Burns, Batt and Dennis of ireland, sisters Nellie Savage and Julia O'Leary of Ireland and Margaret Daly of New York; eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Ushers: Con Flynn and Dave Murphy, Pallbearers Doyle Barber, Dan collins, jack Flynn, Rod Bell, John Cremin, Pat McCarthy,
Honorary Pall Bearers: Mike Deely, Pat Fitzpatrick, Mike Guiney, Bill M0orris, Jack Murphy, Paddy Ben Murphy, Jerry O'Leary, Choc Shelton.
Interment; Sunset Park Cemetery Lakeview Oregon.

Doherty Slide
Doherty Slide
Located on Highway 140 east of Adel, was named after Jim and Tom Doherty of Lakeview.

Doherty Ranch in Guano Valley still standing

  Batt and Tom Doherty
Batt and Tom Doherty