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Dahlin, Augustus
Dailey, Chauncey
Dale, Carl S
Dalton, Charles Edward
Damm, Bertha Ehrhard
Dangerfield, Fred T
Danielson, Arthur Ernest
Danielson, Petra
Dann, Angeline Jane Shellor
Dannel, Oscor V
Danz, Cora B Schmidt
Danz, Fred C
Danz, Henry Julius
Danz, John H
Danz, William Lewis
Davidson, Abraham R Gray
Davidson, Ethel May Epperson
Davis, Annie Dick
Davis, E. Clark
Dawley, Clara Louise Revett
Day, Lillian Baker
Dearinger, John E
Delo, Grace Ferol
Demorest, John M
Dempsey, Herbert
Deppiesse, Anna E Dorrum
Dick, John F
Dick, Margaret
Dick, William
Dickens, Minnie Juliet Lange
Dickinson, James R
Dickinson, Sydna Anne Morris
Dilling, George Irwin
Dilling, Grace G Clegg
Dilling, John Franklin
Dilling, L E "Dutch"
Dinsmoor, Winfield S
Dippold, Margaret Munich
Dippold, William A
Dobson, Elizabeth B Wilson
Dobson, Mary A
Dobson, Nathalie Redick
Dodge, Warren Roosevelt
Domrude, Oscar
Domrude, Oscar E
Donahue, John
Donahue, Thomas John
Donovan, Leah Myers
Doran, Harry T
Doran, Ruth Short
Dorr, Wellington S
Dorst, Henry Sr
Dorst, Wilhelmina Oberg Wahlgren
Doty, Robert W
Doty, William Albert
Downs, Ruth Anna Maxfield
Drake, Blanche Townsley
Draper, Hannah
Draper, Sam
Dugdale, Katherine L Schmuck
Dummel, George A
Duncan, Amy Keeney
Duncan, Anna M Laskhas
Duncan, Frank M
Dunn, Robert
Dustman, Frank

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Captain Augustus Dahlin ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of Feb 19, 1917 )

Captain Augustus Dahlin, for 27 years a resident of Port Angeles, dropped dead from heart failure about 6pm Saturday while on his way to the tug Wallowa, of which he has been the first officer for a number of years.  He was near the Laird home on the way to the big mill, when one of the Laird boys noticed him staggering and ran to his assistance but he was dead when the boy reached him.  His widow, who has made her home in Mt. Vernon for several years, and a daughter, Mrs. Harry Spencer, of Seattle, arrived yesterday, also a brother of deceased, Al Dahlin, of Seattle.  There are 2 sons, one living in South America and the other is fighting at the front in the French Army.  The funeral will be held at the Fulmer Chapel tomorrow morning at 11 and will be conducted by the Elks.

[He is mentioned as being a member of the Puget Sound Co-Operative Colony by Thomas Aldwell in his book, "Conquering the Last Frontier."]

Chauncey Dailey ( Peninsula Daily News issue of Jul 14, 1991 )

Graveside services for Chauncey Dailey, 55, of Port Angeles, will be at 11am Monday at Ocean View Cemetery. Mr. Dailey died Wednesday, July 10, 1991 in Port Angeles. He was born March 12, 1936 in Port Angeles to Arthur and Martha Dailey.

Mr. Dailey lived his entire life in Port Angeles and had worked as a shake bolt cutter.

Survivors include sons James, Tom and Peter Dailey, all of Port Angeles; daughter Gianna Mason of Alaska; 6 grandchildren; brothers Marvin and Don Dailey, both of Port Angeles; and companion Marit Dailey of Port Angeles. Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge.

Carl Dale ( Sep 30, 1928 The Port Angeles Evening News issue of Oct 1, 1930 )

Carl S. Dale, 58, a resident of Port Angeles for the last 25 years, passed away at a local hospital Monday night. The deceased man was born in Sweden March 20, 1870. He came to Port Angeles 25 years ago and recently made his home with Mr. and Mrs. O. Sperstad at 536 E 9th St.

An injury, suffered in construction work, on the old Little River Railroad, paralyzed the late Mr. Dale, after he had been in Port Angeles but a short time and thereafter he was confined to a wheelchair. It was a familiar sight to people downtown to see him wheeling his vehicle down the street, and made many friends with him. He operated a confectionery for a number of years in the store location now occupied by Howe and Eubanks.

But one relative is known to survive, Mrs. Nils Nelson, a half sister, who lives in Brockton, MA. Funeral services will be announced Tuesday by the Christman Mortuary pending receipt of direction from Mrs. Nelson. The Modern Woodmen of America will have charge of services.

Charles Edward Dalton

Charles Edward Dalton, 81, resident of Port Angeles for the past 16 years passed away at 2pm Wednesday afternoon at his home 116 W 6th St after an illness of 2 months.

Dalton was born in London, England, on February 11, 1852 and came to the US 42 years ago, residing first in St. Paul, MN. There he became a dining car chef for the Northern Pacific Railway, and served in that capacity for a long period. He moved from St. Paul to Seattle and 15 years ago settled on a small farm at Ramapo, 12 miles west of here. Later he moved into town and constructed several houses.

He was married in London, England, on Jan 13, 1877 to Miss Sarah Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Dalton celebrated their golden wedding anniversary 6 years ago.

Besides his wife, Mr. Dalton leaves to mourn him 4 daughters, Mrs. Edward Thomas, Vancouver, BC; Mrs. A. Vooys in Alberta, Canada; Mrs. George Todd, Port Angeles; and Mrs. H. C. Smith, Seattle; one son, Charles F. Dalton, Port Angeles. He also leaves one sister in England and one in Australia. He also leaves 15 grandchildren, one of whom is Mrs. J. C. Hall of Port Angeles. 5 great-grandchildren survive him.

The funeral will be held from the Christman Mortuary at 2pm Saturday. Rev. L. L. Farmann of the Congregational Church reading the service, Interment will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.

Bertha (Bea) Ehrhard Damm ( d 2/26/82 )

Memorial service for former Port Angeles resident Bertha (Bea) Damm, 89, will be at 2pm Tuesday in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, with Rev. David Storm officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park, under the direction of Harper Ridgeview Chapel. Mrs. Damm died Friday in Crystal Lake, IL. She was born June 5, 1892 in Indianapolis, IN to Charles and Louisa Ehrhard. She had lived in Port Angeles for 30 years, leaving in Jan 1981 to live in the Midwest. She was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church alter guild and of the Port Angeles Garden Club. Her husband, Archie Damm, died in 1979. She is survived by 2 sons, Arthur of Crystal Lake, IL and Roger of Phoenix, AZ; 3 daughters, Dorothy Zboyan of Maple City, MI, Lucille Mraz of Wood Dale, IL; and Elsie Liles of West Chicago, IL; a sister, Estelle Dreibrodt of Elmwood Park IL, 20 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.

Fred T Dangerfield

Funeral services for Fred T Dangerfield, 78, will be held at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Saturday at 1pm. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park with the Rev. David Storm officiating; arrangements by Ridgeview Chapel.

Mr. Dangerfield died in Port Angeles Thursday. He resided at 324 E 6th. Born in Victoria Feb 4, 1895, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dangerfield. He attended schools in Victoria.

He married Elsie Hastings in Victoria in September 1926. He came to Port Angeles in 1920 and worked at the old Charles Nelson mill and then went to Rayonier where he retired in 1960 as a master mechanic.

He also served as custodian of the Episcopal Church for 8 years following retirement. He was a member of the American Legion and BPOE 353.

His widow survives at the family home. Other survivors include daughters Mrs. Jim Pill of Olympia and Mrs. George Gilbert of Seattle; brothers James and William and a sister Mrs. Juanita Johnson, all of Victoria and Mrs. TH Frazer, another sister, of Calgary, Alberta; and one grandchild.

Arthur Ernest Danielson

At his request, there will be no service for Arthur Ernest Danielson, 86, of Port Angeles. Mr. Danielson. Mr. Danielson died Monday, October 23, 1989 in Seattle.

He was born August 19, 1903, in Chicago to Alfred and Augusta Kemper Danielson. Mr. Danielson came to Port Angeles with his parents in 1906. The family settled at Lake Ozette on a homestead. He worked for the Clallam County Road Department as a heavy equipment operator, retiring after 40 years of service.

He married L. Marguerite Knibbs March 3, 1928 in Port Angeles.

Mr. Danielson was a charter member of Mount Pleasant Grange, a charter member of the first barbershop singing club in Port Angeles, a member of Teamsters Local 589 and the Senior Citizens.

Survivors include his wife Marguerite of Port Angeles; 4 daughters, Carol Lannoye and Gayle Johnson, both of Port Angeles, June Bozanich of Everett, and Janice Bucknell of Issaquah; 10 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren; 1 brother, George Danielson of Port Angeles; and 3 sisters, Esther Boe of Clallam Bay, Emily Murray and Helen Taylor, both of Port Angeles. A great-grandchild preceded him in death. Harper-Ridgeview Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Petra Danielson (d Aug 1, 1940; in Aug 15, 1940 Port Angeles Evening News )

Friends of Mrs. Petra Danielson, beloved West End Pioneer, who died August first at her home in the Big River Valley country near Lake Ozette, have submitted the following tribute to their late friend and neighbor.

"Friends and neighbors in the Big River Valley country mourn the passing of Mrs. Petra Danielson. 'Grandma' Danielson, as she was known to us, was a pioneer. She came to Clallam County in 1906 and homesteaded about 12 miles out on the Clallam Bay-Lake Ozette trail. At that time, life for the pioneer was not easy. During the 34 years since it has been a lot of hard work to make a home in the tall timber.

"In 1908 Grandma Danielson cooked for William Kemper at Sekiu when he ran a small stopping place for settlers traveling back and forth to the outside world. In those days it took a day's hike over rough trails to get to Sekiu.

"In 1928 Grandma made a trip to Chicago to visit her two son, but she was happy to return to her busy life in the woods--to her fishing trios which she enjoyed to the utmost. She took her last fishing trip only a few weeks before her death. The Hoko river was her delight, and on one occasion she became so absorbed in fishing that darkness overtook her. She got lost, and was forced to spend the night in the woods.

"Although Grandma Danielson was almost 90, she was very active. A week before her death she danced the schottische [thus] with another oldtimer, Mrs. Brit Boe.

The fact that Grandma was deaf did not dampen her spirits one bit. She did not miss out on anything. Her health was good and she loved life. She was content in her modest little cottage where she lived with her son Alfred. Busy with daily chores of housekeeping and her garden, which she cared for tenderly, Grandma also found time to crochet, knit, and piece quilts all by hand from intricate patterns which she copied. Her work was beautiful

"This she did until the last few days when she was stricken with pneumonia, passing away on August first. Hers was a rich full life. Three sons, 16 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren survive.

"Grandma Danielson did not have much of this worlds goods. She had something more valuable--a happy lovable personality that will live on in the hearts of those who knew her."

Angeline Jane Shellor Dann ( May 14, 1929 )

Mrs. Angeline Jane Shellor Dann, 87, grandmother of Frank Dann, of Log Cabin In, Lake Crescent, passed away at 7:30 this morning. Her body will be shipped tomorrow by the Christman Mortuary to Kearney, NE for burial. Mrs. Guy Dann of Port Angeles is in Kearney now and will arrange for funeral services.

Mrs. Dann was born at Adeline, IL, on Jan 27, 1842 and moved to Port Angeles in 1913 with her son, A. U. Dann. She has resided here since his death, with her grandson, Frank Dann.

She leaves to mourn her loss a grandson, Frank Dann, Lake Crescent; 2 daughters-in-law, Mrs. A. U. Dann, living in South Dakota, and Mrs. Guy Dann, living in Port Angeles; a great-grandson and several nieces and nephews.

Oscor V. Dannel

Funeral arrangements for Oscor V. Dannel, 60, will be at 1pm Tuesday at the Assembly of God Church in Neah Bay with the Rev. Al Brown officiating. Visitation will be from 10am to 5pm Monday at Harper-Ridgeview Chapel. Burial will be at Neah Bay Cemetery. Mr. Dannel died Friday, April 26, 1991 in Neah Bay.

Mr. Dannel was born Feb 2, 1931, in Chattanooga, TN, to Charles and Lula Mae Hines Boyd. He married Lois I. Claplanoo March 1, 1953 in Neah Bay.

Mr. Dannel served 8 years in the Air Force during the Korean War. He worked as a logger for the majority of his life and was a volunteer member of the Neah Bay Fire Department.

He was a member of the Assembly of God Church, American Legion.

Survivors include a son Thomas V. Dannel of Neah Bay; daughters Amy Mae Auman of Texas, Lucille Burlingame of Neah Bay and Sonya Tetnowski of Germany; 5 grandchildren; brother Spurgeon Dannel of NC; sisters Mabel Kirkpatrick and Frances Berger, both of TN and Ruth Rigsby and Beulah Morgan, both of GA. Pallbearers are Jeff Smith, Steve Schneck, Dick Baty, Mark Welch, William Bill and Palmer Smith. Honorary pallbearers are Jack Vogt, John Brevik, Charles Claplanhoo, Wilbur Claplanhoo, Eugene Grace, William Hopkins and Harry Claplanhoo.

Cora B Schmidt Danz ( 7/5/1974  The Daily News issue of Jul 5, 1974 )

There was no funeral service for Cora B Danz, 85, of Port Angeles at her request. Cremation was at Mt. Angeles Crematory with arrangements by Harper Funeral Home.

Mrs. Danz was born Nov 29, 1888, in Chelsea, MI, and died Monday in Sequim. Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt.

Survivors include a son, John H Danz of Port Angeles and one grandchild.

Fred C Danz ( 9 May 1971 The Port Angeles Evening News issue of May 11, 1971 )

Fred C Danz, 86, died in Port Angeles May 9. Funeral services were held May 12, at Harper Funeral Home. Officiant, Rev. Andrew Lambert; burial Mt. Angeles Memorial Park.

Mr. Danz was born Feb 19, 1885 in Cleveland, OH and has lived in Port Angeles for (illegible) years. Mr. Danz enjoyed hunting and fishing, served as a guide in the mountains for many years. He was a member of the Historical Society and charter member of Fairview Grange. Survivors are sisters Theresa Winters and Harriet Powless both of Port Angeles.

Henry Julius Danz ( 1959 )

Henry Julius Danz, 72, son of a pioneer Port Angeles family, died this morning after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at the Harper Funeral Home Monday at 1pm with the Rev. James McDowell officiating. Cremation will follow.

Mr. Danz was born in Cleveland, OH July 13, 1887. He came to Port Angeles with his family more than 60 years ago. His father, Julius Danz, was a harness maker who had his shop on W 1st St near Oak. The family homesteaded on a farm west of Port Angeles and moved there when the harness shop was closed. Henry attended Old Central School.

He was a logger and pulp wood cutter in Clallam County during his lifetime. Mr. Danz served in the Army in WW1.

Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Cora Danz and a son, John Danz, both of Port Angeles; 2 sisters, Mrs. Robert Winters, Sequim, and Mrs. Harriet Powless, Port Angeles; 2 brothers, Fred and William Danz, both of Port Angeles; and 2 grandchildren.

John H. Danz

Sequim--At his request, there will be no service for John Henry Danz, 72, who died Tuesday Dec 22, 1992 in Sequim.

He was born Sep 12, 1920, in Chelsey, MI to Henry and Cora Danz. He served with the US Army in Germany during WWII. A Clallam County resident for 70 years, Mr. Danz worked for the state highway department.

He is survived by a son David Danz of Port Angeles; stepson Doug Elzner of Port Angeles; stepdaughters Teresa Jackson of Sequim, and Sue Wyant of Port Angeles; several grandchildren and some great-grandchildren; and fiance Maxine Partin of Port Angeles.

Drennan-Ford Funeral Home is in charge.

William Lewis Danz ( Jan 22, 1990 )

Graveside services for William Lewis Danz, 78, will be held at Mt. Angeles Memorial Park Monday at 1pm with the Rev. LaVerne Nelsen as officiant. Arrangements by Harper Funeral Home.

Mr. Danz died in Port Orchard Thursday, where he resided. He was born Aug 26, 1891, in Port Angeles, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Danz, who then lived at Second and Albert. The family soon moved to a farm at the end of Deer Park Road and Mr. Danz attended schools there.

Oct 30, 1922 he married Pauline Peterson in Port Angeles. Following school he worked as a logger in this area until he entered the US Army serving in WW1 as part of the Spruce Division. Following service, he returned to Port Angeles, and worked for the US Forest Service as a Park Ranger for 25 years, building the now existing Nation Park Trails. For the next 20 years he worked for Port Angeles City Water before retiring in 1956. He moved to Port Orchard after retirement to be near his daughter. He belonged to the Port Angeles Eagles Lodge and the American Legion.

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Gordon Fitch of Port Orchard, one brother, Fred Dan of Port Angeles, 2 sisters.

Abraham R Gray Davidson

Abraham (Abe) Gray Davidson, 78, died Saturday. Services will be 2pm in the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas Hostetler officiating. Interment is to be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.

Mr. Davidson was found dead in the snow Sunday morning near his home. He apparently had died Saturday afternoon.

Born Feb 11, 1886 in Nanaimo, BC, he came to the US shortly after his birth.

He was a resident of Port Angeles the rest of his life. A former automobile dealer in Port Angeles, he had retired years ago. He was an avid fisherman most of his life and was well-known as the designer of the Abe and Al Flasher used throughout the West for salmon fishing.

Mr. Davidson was a widower, Mrs. Davidson having died in June of 1964. Survivors include a son Earl Davidson, and a brother, Chester Davidson, both of Port Angeles; and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Blake of Sequim.

Ethel May Epperson Davidson

Ethel May Davidson, 73, Rt. 3, Box 164, died Friday following an extended illness. Funeral services will be held Monday, June 8 at 1pm at McDonald Funeral Home with Rev. Thomas Hostetler officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.

Mrs. Davidson was born Ethel May Epperson, Dec 2, 1890, in Iowa. She married Abe Davidson in Port Angeles in 1907. She has been a resident of Port Angeles for 65 years.

Surviving relatives include her husband Abe and a son, Earl, both of Port Angeles, 3 sisters, Mrs. Lela Winston and Mrs. Doris Hudson, both of Port Angeles; and Mrs. Marie Beck, Reno, NE, and a brother Arthur Epperson of Port Angeles.

Annie Dick Davis ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of 17 Jan 1920 )

The sad news of the sudden death of Mrs. Annie Davis, sister of Mrs. Frank Fisher and Mrs. H M Fisher, was phoned them last evening about 9pm and came as a great shock in spite of the fact that they had been in communication with members of the family in Seattle a number of times during the day and held themselves in readiness to go whenever notified of a change for the worse.  Though Mrs. Davis' condition was known to be critical, those in attendance did not realize death was hovering so near and were hopeful for a change for the better until a very short time before she passed away.

Mrs. George Lotzgesell, another sister of the deceased, was sent for on Tuesday and has been with her sister ever since at the Seattle General Hospital where she was taken on Monday suffering from blood poisoning.

Mrs. Annie Davis was well known in Port Angeles where she lived for several years and were her 2 sons Clark and Harold graduated from high school.  Previous to that time she lived most of her life at Dungeness.  she was born August 15, 1872 at Brazil, IN, coming west with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B Dick, who became well known farmers of the East End.  They had a family of 13 children, Mrs. Davis being the 4th to have passed out of this life, the parents, too, having long since been laid to rest in the family lot at the Dungeness Cemetery where Mrs. Davis' body will be brought for interment on Monday.

Besides the 3 sisters, Mrs. F P and Mrs. H M Fisher and Mrs. George Lotzgesell of Angeles, there are 3 other sisters: Mrs. Harry Cook and Mrs. Margaret Morrison, of Seattle, and Mrs. Charles O'Brien of Los Angeles, and 3 brothers, James and William Dick prominent farmers of Dungeness and David Dick.

Mrs. Davis has devoted her life to her 4 children and they were her pride and comfort.  Clark and Harold, the 2 older boys, were both in the service and each served a year in France.  Clark is now an employee in the Seattle post office and Harold is attending the University while the 2 younger children, Fritz, 18,  and Emily, 13, are in school.  Mrs. Davis recently bought a home in Seattle and was happy to have her children all with her after last year's anxiety and worry while the boys were overseas.

The funeral will be held at Dungeness on Monday afternoon. NOTE: In paper of the 19th--Burial to be in Seattle.

E. Clark Davis ( 1-25-1959 )

E. Clark Davis, 64, Seattle, died there July 18. Funeral services were Wednesday in Seattle. Mr. Davis was born in Dungeness, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Davis. His grandparents were Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Dick, pioneers of the Dungeness Valley.

Local relatives include Mrs. H. Maurice Fisher and Mrs. Grace Fisher Thompson, aunts; James Lotzgesell, Dungeness; Carl H. Fisher, Portland and Frank Fisher, Jr. of Port Angeles are cousins.

He went from Seattle to Dungeness in 1914 and was in the plumbing contracting business. He was a graduate of the University of Washington. He served in Mexico and overseas in WW1. He was a member of the American Legion and Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity.

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mary Davis, Seattle; a son, Eugene Clark Davis, Jr., stationed in Germany; a brother Harold A. Davis, San Francisco, and sister, Mrs. Paul A Lagerquist, Fresno, CA.

Clara Louise Revett Dawley ( The Daily News issue of Jul 30, 1979 )

In accordance with her wish, there was no funeral service for Clara Louise Dawley, 93, of Sequim, who died Wednesday in Sequim. Bleitz Funeral Home of Seattle was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Dawley was born Oct 11, 1885 in Ortonville, MN. She came to Sequim in 1915 with her husband, Frank, who died in 1970. She worked as a telegraph operator for many years, owned and operated a grocery store. She was a member of the Sequim Garden Club and Order of Eastern Star. Survivors included 2 sons, Curtis Dawley of Hansville and Cecil Dawley of Sequim; a brother, Carmen Revett of Port Angeles; 2 sisters, Lillian Dawley of Lacey and Alma Flaberg of Seattle; a grandson and two great-grandchildren.

Lillian Baker Day

Honolulu--Memorial services for Lillian Baker Day, 94, of Honolulu, will be at 1pm Friday at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Port Angeles, with the Rev. David Storm officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park at a later date. Mrs. Day died Thursday, Oct 22, 1992, at the Kaiser Moanalua Medical Center at Honolulu.

She was born June 2, 1898 in Chicago, IL to William Barrow and Minnie Bell Overhiser Baker. She earned a degree in education through Washington State University, Holy Names College in Seattle and the University of Washington. Beginning in 1919, Mrs. Day had a longtime teaching career in Sequim-Port Angeles and the Spokane area; she retired in 1960 after 18 years as principal of Dry Creek Elementary School.

Mrs. Day was active as a performing musician, first with a professional orchestra and later as a volunteer. She had been concertmistress and first violin with the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra. She also held memberships in Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, Mu Phi Epsilon Music Sorority, Delta Kappa Gamma Teachers Society, Order of Eastern Star, Order of the Amaranth, and the Retired Teacher's Association. In Hawaii, she was a member of the Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Kailua and, in Port Angeles, belonged to St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.

She was widowed twice, having been married to Neil S. Thomas from 1920 until his death in 1955, and to H. Leslie Day from 1964 until 1982, after which she located in Kaneohe, Hawaii.

Survivors include sons Neil S. Thomas, Jr. and Richard B. Thomas, both of Hawaii; stepdaughter Edith Ann Day Fint of Olympia, 7 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren.

John E. Dearinger ( abt 1959 )

John E. Dearinger, 77, of Sequim, died there Monday after a long illness. Graveside funeral services will be held Thursday at 3pm by the Fraternal Order of Eagles at Mt. Angeles Cemetery under the direction of the McDonald Funeral Home. Mr. Dearinger was born in Marion County, KY July 21, 1882. He came to Port Townsend in 1905 and moved to Sequim in 1906 where he and his father John T. Dearinger purchased a 10-acre farm. Later he moved to Mountain Home, Idaho and took up a homestead. He married Sadie Cook in Idaho Sep 3, 1908. The couple came to Sequim soon after their marriage. They landed at Port Williams and went to Sequim by stage. The town of Sequim then consisted of a small business district. Mr. Dearinger owned and operated a restaurant in the main business district in early days. George Sherbourne and Mr. Dearinger cleared a Sequim baseball diamond using a team of horses, stump puller and grader. Their compensation was season tickets to ball games. He drove a school bus with a team of horses in pioneer days. In 1910 he purchased the land on which he lived until his death. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and Modern Woodmen. Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Sadie Dearinger, Sequim; two daughters; Mary Frances Stevens in Kansas, Mary Elizabeth Hall, Seattle, a son Howard Dearinger, Edmonds; a brother George Dearinger, Seattle; two nephews, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Grace Ferol Delo [ bu Ocean View Cemetery 4-4-1966 ]

Funeral services will be held Monday, 1pm at McDonald Funeral Home for Grace Ferol Delo, 77, who died Friday. Rev. James Ledbetter will officiate with interment following at Ocean View Cemetery.

Mrs. Delo was born March 4, 1889 to Mr. and Mrs. George E McDonald in Iowa. She has been a resident of Port Angeles since 1913. Mrs. Delo was the first president to Dry Creek PTA and a 4-H leader in that area in the 1920's. She also had been a member of Dry Creek Grange, and a current member of the Angeles Grange.

On Sep 11, 1955 she married Harry W. Delo in Port Angeles. He survives at their home at 118 Motor Ave. Other survivors include 3 daughters, Mrs. LeRoy Kitselman, Port Angeles; Mrs. Wayne Perryman, Sequim; and Mrs. Cecil Hinshaw, Long Beach, CA; and 2 sons, Howard Hutton, Port Angeles; and Harry E Scott, Gladstone, OR; 24 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren.

John M. Demorest

Forks--Private family memorial services for John M. Demorest, 92, of Forks, were held Friday at Forks Congregational Church with Pastor Don Haase officiating. Mr. Demorest died Tuesday, Nov 3, 1992, in Forks.

He was born Feb 24, 1990, in Pocatello, ID to John and Jenny Demorest. He married Nettie E. Chase on Nov. 9, 1923 in Port Angeles.

Mr. Demorest moved to the North Olympic Peninsula from Oakland, CA in 1929 and operated a saw and shingle mill in the Forks area with his brother into the 1930's. Later, he worked as a district manager with the Farmer's Insurance Company in Mt. Vernon. He and his brother operated a marina in LaConner and worked as commercial fishermen in Alaska. In 1989 he and his wife returned to Forks. He belonged to the Masonic Lodge at LaConner and was a longtime member of Forks Grange.

Survivors included wife Nettie of Forks; sons Glenn M. Demorest of Forks and Allan H. Demorest of Olympia; 3 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Brother Fred Demorest preceded him in death. Drennan-Ford Funeral Home & Crematory is in charge.

Herbert Dempsey ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of 2 Feb 1925 )

Herbert Dempsey, who was killed yesterday morning at the Webb Logging camp at Duckabush, met his death from a rolling log that struck him and pinned him down.  Mr. Dempsey, who  was superintendent of the camp, was taking men into the woods to show them where to equip a spar tree.  He walked along a log on a side hill and the jar of his footsteps loosened another log above the one he was on and it came rolling down and before he could get out of the way, struck him.  He had one companion with him at the time of the accident.

The late Herbert Dempsey, himself born at Port Crescent, in this county, September 27, 1897, is the son of Herbert Dempsey of Joyce who is a pioneer logging man of the county.  The young man has followed the logging business almost all of his life and was superintendent of the Snow Creek Logging camp before he went to Duckabush.

Mr. Dempsey leaves a wife, Mrs. Mildred Dempsey to whom he was married in Port Angeles in the fall of 1924.  His father, Herbert Dempsey, lives at Joyce as do his brothers Francis and James and his sister Katherine Marie Dempsey.  Another brother, Lawrence, lives at Duckabush and is employed in the Webb Logging Camp.

Mr. Dempsey was a member of the Elks and Eagles lodges of this city.  He spent practically all his life in Clallam County and attended the Ramapo school.  General regret has been expressed that this young man, with a life full of promise before him, should meet with such an untimely fate.

Anna E. Dorrum Deppiesse

Mrs. Anne E Deppiesse, 80, a former resident of Royal and Port Townsend, died June 10 in Tacoma. The funeral service was June 13 at Garden Chapel, Mountain View Cemetery, Tacoma, with cremation and internment in Mountain View Memorial Park.

Mrs. Deppiesse was born Jan 10, 1894, near Taylor, WI, to Lars and Sigrid Dorrum. She grew up there.

Her mother was a sister of the brothers, Ole and Ole H Boe, who carved out farms from the wilderness at Royal, and Mrs. Annie Palmquist who pioneered both at Royal and Lake Ozette.

Mrs. Deppiesse first came to Royal in 1913 to keep house for her unmarried uncle, Ole H Boe and her grandmother, Mrs. Hans Boe. Her grandmother died that summer, and Mrs. Deppiesse was called home due to her mother's illness.

In 1916 she returned to Royal as the bride of Albert Deppiesse, also from Wisconsin and a nephew of Peter Deppiesse, a pioneer neighbor of the Boes.

Two daughters were born to the couple while they lived in Royal. In 1929 the family moved to Port Townsend where Mrs. Deppiesse made her home until 1950. For most of the past 23 years she has lived with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John D Vekich, in various locations where his Army career dictated.

Mrs. Deppiesse is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. John (Florence) Vekich of Tacoma and Mrs. Patricia Kennedy of Spokane; 3 grandsons; 2 great-grandchildren; a brother, Henry Dorrum in MI; and cousins in Clallam county. (Feb 21, 1874)

Sydna Anne Morris Dickinson ( 26 Nov 1963 Port Angeles Evening News )

Mrs. Sydna Anne Dickinson, 84, of 810 W 7th St., died Sunday after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at the McDonald Funeral Home Wednesday at 1pm with the Rev. Mackenzie Murray officiating. Burial will be in Dungeness Cemetery.

She was the daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Frederick Morris, born in Texas, Feb 28, 1879. She married Reuben J. Dickinson here in 1908.

Mrs. Dickinson lived in Clallam County for the past 76 years and came to Port Angeles 14 years ago from the east end of the county.

Surviving relatives include her husband, Reuben J. Dickinson and a daughter, Mrs. Chester Wilbur of Port Angeles; a son Fred J. Dickinson, Everett; sister Vene Crager, in California; 3 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

John F Dick

John F Dick, 73, of 4123 12th Ave NE, died Monday.

Mr. Dick was born at Dungeness, Clallam County. He was a farmer and lived in Dungeness and the Sequim Valley until retiring 12 years ago an moving to Seattle.

Survivors: Daughters, Mrs. Charles H Coleman, Seattle; Mrs. Mary Carroll, Alexandria, VA; and Mrs. Jessie Benedict, Fort Worth, TX; sisters, Mrs. Mary D McLane, Seattle; Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, Port Townsend; and Mrs. Jean M Cook, Sequim; 13 grandchildren.

Services: 10:30am Thursday, Adams Forkner Funeral Home; burial 2:30pm Dungeness Cemetery, Sequim.

Margaret Dick ( 4 April 1911 )

Mrs. Margaret Dick, who died at Seattle Tuesday, was laid to rest by the side of her husband in the Dungeness Cemetery on Thursday afternoon.

The funeral was a large one, relatives and friends being there from all over the county and Seattle. Pallbearers were Jack Wilcox, F. J. Ward, C. W. Thompson, David Govan, Donald McInnis, W. B. Ritchie, J. B. Knapman, Herman Sindars, Sr., Robert Travers, A. Henderson, Thomas Evans and George Snow.

Mrs. Dick settled here with her husband 30 years ago and was the mother of 13 children, 10 of whom are living. There grandchildren. Among the grandchildren are Captain of Detectives Charles Tennant and Attorneys George and Albert Tennant of Seattle.

Her children are: James and William Dick of Dungeness; David Dick of Seattle; Mrs. H. M. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, of Port Angeles; Mrs. George Lotzgesell, Port Angeles; Mrs. Anne Davis, Port Angeles; Mrs. Charles O'Brien, Los Angeles; Mrs. M. Morrison, Port Townsend; and Mrs. Harry Cook of Seattle.

William Dick  (Port Angeles Evening News issue of Nov 27, 1944 )

Pioneer Farmer Dies Suddenly

William Dick, 78, pioneer farmer of the East End, died suddenly Saturday evening, Nov 25 while on a visit to Washington Harbor.

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Elks Temple in Port Angeles with officers of Naval Lodge of Elks in charge. Burial was in Dungeness Cemetery under the direction of the Sequim Mortuary.

William Dick was born April 10, 1866, near Glasgow, Scotland. He accompanied his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. James R Dick to New Zealand when a child and came to Dungeness with them in 1881. He later went back to Scotland where he learned the machinist's trade and was married to Jessie Frew in 1892. The couple came to the Dungeness district that year and started farming.

Until his retirement a year ago, Mr. Dick owned and operated one of the largest and most successful farms in the East End, and his home and farm were features of the district west of the Dungeness River. He was a pioneer in high grade dairy stock in Clallam County.

Mr. Dick was from more than a generation a member of Naval Lodge of Elks and was one of the leaders of the lodge who were responsible for the building of the present temple in Port Angeles.

He was one of 13 children of the late Mr. and Mrs. James B. Dick of Dungeness, and there are 4 surviving children: Mrs. Lew Thompson and Mrs. H. Maurice Fisher of Port Angeles; Mrs. Harry Cook, Kent, and David Dick, Seattle. Surviving also is the widow, Mrs. Jessie Dick, and a son, John Dick, both of Dungeness; 3 daughters, Mrs. Mary McLane, Seattle, and Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, Port Townsend. There are 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

Minnie Juliet Lange Dickens ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of July 6, 1937 )

Mrs. Minnie Juliet Dickens, 53, talented musician and linguist, passed away about 5:30am Sunday July 4 at a local hospital after an illness of 8 years.

Mrs. Dickens was born Oct 3, 1883 at St. Louis, MO, daughter of the late Col. William A Lange, pioneer Port Angeles music store proprietor, and Mrs. Lange.  She attended St. Mary's institute at St. Louis, MO and upon graduation from the school of art and music there, went to Darmstadt, Germany, where she completed her studies.

She was untied in marriage to Thomas Vernon Dickens in 1911 at her father's music store in Port Angeles.  Her home has been here through the greater part of the years since that time.

Mrs. Dickens and her father, the late Colonel Lange, are well remembered by pioneers of this part of the country for their extensive musical concerts and teachings.  Mrs. Dickens was a brilliant student and a fine artist.  She spoke German and French fluently, as well as English.  A home lover, she lived for her 2 sons.

Surviving relatives include the 2 sons, Robert and Thomas, both of Port Angeles; and 2 sisters, Mrs. Isabelle Mayer and Mrs. Lydia Burgert, also of Port Angeles.  Mrs. Dickens was associated with the Lutheran Church.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3pm from the Christman Mortuary, the Rev. L L Farmann conducting the rites.  Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.

James R Dickinson ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of April 13, 1928 )

James R Dickinson, 86, who came to Dungeness from England in 1859, died in a local hospital at midnight last night after an illness of 2 weeks.

Mr. Dickinson was born in Arnside, Westmorland County, England Oct 11, 1942.  When 17 years of age or in 1859, he came to Dungeness and went to work in the logging camps where he won the reputation of being one of the great bull-whackers of the west.  In those days, oxen were used for hauling logs and the man that drove the oxen was called a "bull-whacker."

Mr. Dickinson bought the Allen Weir homestead in the Dungeness Valley in 1880.  He lived there for 9 years or until 1889 when his wife falling heir to some property in England he and his family went back there where he engaged in farming on the land that his wife had inherited.

Following the death of his wife, after a residence of 25 years in England, Mr. Dickinson  and family returned to Dungeness in 1914 where he lived until taken sick 2 weeks ago.  The farm in Dungeness is still in the possession of the family.

Four sons who survive Mr. Dickinson  were born in Dungeness.  These sons are: Reuben J Dickinson, Port Angeles; George Dickinson
 of Australia and Thomas S Dickinson, assistant postmaster of Port Angeles.  One daughter, Mrs. Henry I Hansen ( Leora), who was born in England, lives in Ontario, California. [thus]

At the time of his death, the late Mr. Dickinson perhaps had the distinction of having arrived at Dungeness before any other living man in the county.  He loved Dungeness and all of Clallam County and during his long absence in England was ever anxious to get back to his adopted land.

The late Mr. Dickinson had a wealth of experience to relate in regard to the early days of this district and his mind was clear up until the last.  He contracted a cold 2 weeks ago that contributed directly toward his death.  Funeral announcements will be made tomorrow.

George Irwin Dilling ( bu 12-6-1933 Ocean View Cemetery; Port Angeles Evening News issue of 12-4-1933 )

George Irwin Dilling, a resident of Port Angeles for the last 43 years, died at 6am after an illness of 4 years. Mr. Dilling was for many years an employee of the Milwaukee Railway here and had a wide acquaintance through the county.

Born in Hensil, Ontario, Canada, Jan 23, 1879, the late Mr. Dilling came here 43 years ago and made his home here ever since and has taken part in many of the activities of the community. Surviving relatives are 2 brothers, Frank Dilling of Port Angeles and Edward Dilling of Seattle; 2 aunts, Mrs. Malinda Mansfield and Mrs. Elizabeth Bull, both of Port Angeles; and several nieces and nephews.

The late Mr. Dilling was a member of the Catholic Church. Funeral Services will be held from that church under the auspices of the Christman Mortuary next Wednesday at 9am. Rev Father Bernard Neary will officiate. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Grace G. Clegg Dilling ( 1-26-62 )

Mrs. Grace G. Dilling, 79, Port Angeles resident 75 years, died Thursday after a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be held at the McDonald Funeral Home Monday at 1pm with the Rev. Lloyd F. Holloway officiating.

She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clegg born Jan 18, 1883 in Illinois. She came here with her parents in 1887. She attended Port Angeles schools and Jan 19, 1902 married John Franklin Dilling. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary here in 1952. Mr. Dilling died in 1953. The couple lived on a farm east of Port Angeles. Mrs. Dilling's parents were founders and operators of one of this city's first "steam" laundries. Mrs. Dilling was active in the interests of the Mr. Pleasant district. She was a member of the Altruistic Club, Eagles Auxiliary, Women's Relief Corps, Mt. Pleasant Home Economics Club, Grandmother's Club, Goldenagers, Library Club, Degree of Honor, Clallam County Pioneers Association and Historical Society, VFW Auxiliary and Lincoln Heights Ladies Aid.

Surviving relatives include 2 sons, LE and WL Dilling, both of Port Angeles; daughter Mrs. Janice Denton, Tacoma; sister, Mrs. A. C. Jameson, Alderwood Manor, WA; 7 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

L E "Dutch" Dilling ( d July 28, 1973 The Daily News issue of 31 Jul 1973 )

Funeral services for L E "Dutch" Dilling, 62, 511 E Park Ave., will be Wednesday at 1pm in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church with the Rev. David Storm officiating. Burial will be at Mt. Angeles Memorial Park.

Mr. Dilling died Saturday in Port Angeles. He was born Aug 12, 1910 in Port Angeles, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dilling. He attended school at Mt. Pleasant School.

On March 20, 1942 he married Emily Knapman in Port Angeles. After serving in WW2 he was employed by Angeles Gravel and Supply until February of this year. He was a member of the Port Angeles Planning Commission from 1964 to recently.

He was a member of the VFW Post 4760, Sequim, Elks Lodge No. 353 and operating engineers union Local 302.

Arrangements are being made by Ridgeview Chapel.

Survivors include his wife in Port Angeles; 2 daughters Mrs. Raymond G Caryl, GA; a sister, Janice Denton, Poulsbo; and a brother Lex Dilling of Port Angeles.

John Franklin Dilling ( Feb 28, 1953 )

John F. Dilling, 75, 319 E 6th St, a Clallam County resident 62 years, died Friday evening after 4 year's illness. Funeral services will be Monday at 2pm at the McDonald Funeral Home with Dr. Oscar Adam officiating. Cremation will follow. Mr. Dilling was born in Huron, Ontario, Canada Sep 23, 1877. He came here in April 1890. For 20 years he was a clerk in the S J Lutz Clothing Store. In 1916 the family moved to a farm in the Mt. Pleasant District where they lived until moving back to Port Angeles several years ago. He married Grace [Clegg] Dilling here Jan 19, 1902. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last year at the Mt. Pleasant Community Hall. Mr. Dilling was a member of the Port Angeles fire department for many years. He was prominent in county affairs including Pomona Grange of which he was master for many years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Grace Dilling; two sons, Lex and Lyonell Dilling, both of Port Angeles; a daughter, Mrs. Janice Denton, Suquamish; and seven grandchildren.

also ( March 2, 1953 )

John Franklin (Frank) Dilling, 75, third Chief of the Port Angeles Fire Department, was buried today with firemen acting as pallbearers. Mr. Dilling died Friday night. Dilling joined the Gate City Fire Department in 1899. He became assistant chief in 1904 and chief in 1912 and served until 1915.

Winfield S. Dinsmoor ( Port Angeles Evening News issued dated 7-15-1933 )

Ranks of the "old timers" of Clallam County were thinned further Friday evening when the death of Winfield S. Dinsmoor, 86, whose home has been in this county 42 years. He had been ill for only a few days, passing away at 6 o'clock Friday at his residence 3 miles west of Port Angeles on the county road that formerly was the Olympic Highway.

Mr. Dinsmoor was born in Warren County, PA on May 18, 1847. He was married to Miss Ida Akeley in Warren County in 1861.

42 years ago the Dinsmoors came to Clallam County and took a homestead at Quillayute. Mr. Dinsmoor worked at Aberdeen as a saw filer and afterwards joined the pioneer Filion Mill's force in Port Angeles in a similar capacity. He remained with the Filion Mill until about 10 years ago.

In recent years, Mr. and Mrs. Dinsmoor have resided at the home just west of the city where he husband succumbed Friday evening.

Mr. Dinsmoor was a member of Aberdeen Lodge F&AM 40 years. He is survived by the widow, a son Merton of DeBois, PA, 2 adopted daughters, Mrs. Harry Gray of Port Angeles and Mrs. J. B. Mapes of Dungeness; and a brother Charles Dinsmoor of Elma.

Remains are at the Christman Mortuary. Funeral arrangements will be made known later.

Margaret Munich Dippold (d Feb 5, 1929 Port Angeles Evening News issue of Feb 6, 1929 )

Mrs. Margaret Dippold, 79, for almost 40 years a resident of Clallam County, passed away at her home, 427 W 3rd St here Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Dippold fell on the icy street last Wednesday and fractured a bone of her hip and died from the effects of the injury.

Mrs. Dippold was born in Germany October 29, 1850. She came to America when she was 19 years old and the following year was married to Peter Dippold at Joliet, IL. 3 children were born to the couple in Joliet and 4 others in Chicago where they moved from Joliet. Mr. Dippold died in Port Angeles in 1905. He conducted a tailor shop here until his death.

Mrs. Dippold landed in Pysht in 1890 and with 3 of her children walked 20 miles to where her husband had established a homestead.

There are 6 surviving children, the 7th, John Dippold, being drowned in 1894 near Morse Creek and his body was never recovered. The children are: Chris and William Dippold, Deer Park, WA; George Dippold, Los Angeles, CA; Mrs. George F Hughes, Seattle; and Mrs. Catherine Lamp of Los Angeles. There are 5 grandchildren and one brother, John Munich, of Kansas City, MO.

Mrs. Dippold was a lifetime member of the Lutheran church and had belonged to the local church of that denomination for almost 40 years.

Five of Mrs. Dippold's children were at their mother's bedside when she passed away. William Dippold, the other son, was snowbound at his home at Deer Park, WA and had not arrived here yet.

Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Christman Mortuary upon the arrival of William Dippold.

William A Dippold ( July 5, 1970 )

William August Dippold, 81, son of early settlers here, died in Chewelah, WA, June 26, He had been ill for several years.

Funeral services were held June 28 at the Bryan Funeral Home in Chewelah with Elder A H Warner officiating. Burial was in the Fairmount Memorial Park, Spokane.

Mr. Dippold was born Aug 26, 1883, in Chicago, IL, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dippold, early Port Angeles settlers.

He worked at logging, and operated a shingle mill at Horsehoe Lake, in the Deer Park, WA are for 14 years. Mr. Dippold moved to Chewelah in 1962.

He was a member of the Moose Lodge at Troy, MT.

Survivors include his wife, Evelyn, at the family home and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Mitchell; 2 nieces, Mrs. Erret [thus] Fleener and Mrs. Esther L Willis survive in Port Angeles.

Elizabeth B Wilson Dobson ( 1963 )

Mrs. Elizabeth B Dobson, 86, of 1125 E 3rd St, Port Angeles, a resident 39 years and prominent in fraternal and church affairs died here Thursday.

Funeral services will be at the McDonald Funeral Home Monday at 1pm with Esther Chapter, No 19, Order of Easter Star, and Rev. MacKenzie Murray conducting the services. Cremation will follow.

She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, born in Kilmarnock, Scotland Nov 9, 1876. She married George C Dobson in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada March 7, 1907. The couple came here 39 years ago. Mr. Dobson died in 1951.

Mrs. Dobson was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Esther Chapter, No 19, OES and Goldenagers. She was first mother advisor of the local Rainbow Lodge when it was organized here in 1933.

Surviving relatives include a daughter, Mrs. Henry Williams, and son John C Dobson, both of Port Angeles; a brother David Wilson in MA and 2 nephews.

Mary A Dobson ( 1969 )

Mrs. Mary A (Polly) Dobson, widow of Fred Dobson, died her Saturday. Mr. Dobson died in 1929. Both were born and raised in Yorkshire, England, and shared the same birthday, Dec 1, 1880.

They were married in England and came to America in 1906, and to Port Angeles in 1916.

Mrs. Dobson was a long time member of the Altruistic Club, and of St Andrew's Guild of the Episcopal Church.

Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. S A (Elsie) Hoare, of Port Angeles; a son, Charles R Dobson, Seattle; and a grandson, James D Hoare, now serving in the Air Force and stationed in Denver.

Nathalie Redick Dobson (June 20, 1981 )

Memorial Services for Nathalie R. Dobson, 74, of Mesa, AZ will be at 1pm Monday at Harper Funeral Home with Pastor Phil Lavick officiating. Cremation was in Mesa and inurnment will be in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park. Local arrangements are under the direction of Harper Funeral Home. Mrs. Dobson, a former Port Angeles resident, died Saturday in Mesa. She was born in Snohomish on Feb 2, 1907 to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Redick. On Nov 27, 1927 she married Harold Dobson in Wilmington, DE. The Dobsons operated Dobson's Auto Parts Co. in Port Angeles for many years, and moved to Arizona in 1967 after retirement. While living in Port Angeles, Mrs. Dobson served as President of the Soroptomist Club and was a charter member of the Port Angeles Yacht Club. She is survived by her husband; 2 daughters, Marilyn Lykken of Port Angeles and Patt Pehl of Aberdeen; 6 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers and 2 sisters also survive.

Warren Roosevelt Dodge ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of July 9, 1935 )

Warren Roosevelt Dodge, 85, for 48 years a resident of Port Angeles, passed away here Monday evening at 6 after a brief illness.

Born at Jackson, MI on May 19, 1850, Mr. Dodge came West in his early youth, stopping first at San Francisco then shifting to Snohomish and eventually to Seattle in 1872.  He removed to Port Angeles about 1887.

Mr. Dodge engaged in real estate and timer cruising business here over a long period of time, doing considerable cruising work for the county.  He became county commissioner in 1892 and county treasurer in 1895.  In 1896 he was married to Emma Fenn in Port Angeles.  She died April 6, 1910.

A son, Harold E Dodge, Port Angeles city engineer; 2 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Inez D Leszinsky of Alexandria, Louisiana and several nieces and nephews in Michigan survive.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2pm at the Christman Mortuary, cremation following.

Oscar E Domrude ( 23 June 1981 )

Funeral services for Oscar E. Domrude, 69, of Port Angeles will be at 1pm Friday at Harper Funeral Home with Rev. Norman Landvik officiating. Entombment will be in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park. Friends and relatives may call at the Harper Funeral Home for visitation from 9am to 5pm Wednesday and Thursday, and until noon on Friday. Mr. Domrude died Tuesday in Port Angeles. He was born Nov. 20, 1911, on Camano Island to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Domrude. He moved to this area as a child and worked in the logging industry during his life long residence. At the time of his retirement in 1973, he was working with the Eclipse Lumber Co. He was a 26 year member of the Port Angeles Eagles lodge. Mr. Domrude's wife Gladys died in 1973. He is survived by one son, Oscar, of Port Angeles; one daughter, Leona Taylor, of Junction City, OR; two brother, Owen of Sequim and Allan of Snohomish; and 5 grandchildren.

Oscar Domrude ( 7/30/1979 )

Funeral services for Oscar Domrude, 43, of Port Angeles will be at 1pm Saturday in Harper Ridgeview Chapel, with Rev. Omer Vigoren of Bethany Pentecostal Church officiating. Cremation will be under the direction of Harper Ridgeview, and inurnment will be in Dungeness Cemetery. Mr. Domrude died Wednesday at Olympic Memorial Hospital following a heart attack. The son of Oscar and Gladys Domrude, he was born July 14, 1939 in Port Angeles and attended schools here. He married Barbara Epperson July 22, 1959. He had worked in the woods as a logger and truck driver. Mr. Domrude was an 18 year member of the Eagles No. 483 and also belonged to the Olympic Trail Blazers. He is survived by his wife; 2 sons, Rick in Alaska and Ed of Port Angeles; and a sister, Leona Taylor of Junction City, OR.

John Donahue ( 13 July 1931 )

John Donahue, 76, a citizen of Port Angeles for 39 years, and one of the city's most sturdy pioneer residents, died at his home on Peabody Heights last night after an illness of 14 months. Born in Elmira, NY June 22, 1855, the late Mr. Donahue moved to Dallas, TX when about 22 hears of age. A few years later he moved to Austin, in the same state, where he was married Nov 23, 1886 to Miss Anna O'Donnell. The marriage was solemnized in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Austin TX by the Rev. Father Peter Lough. Eleven children were born to this union and nine of them and the widow survive. All are residents of this city and were at their father's bedside during his last hours.

It was September 1892 that Mr. and Mrs. Donahue with 3 young children left Austin, TX for the state of Washington. They had heard of the fine timberland in the Gettysburg district west of Port Angeles. They settled there with the idea of taking up a homestead but life in the big woods was not suited to the mother and young children so the family moved to Port Angeles Nov 6, 1892. The townsite reserve was just being opened to settlement and they homesteaded on government lots near where the Jefferson school is now. In 1896 the family purchased acreage in the Maguire addition on Peabody Heights or what was then known as "Rose Hill," a beautiful site immediately south of the city on a rise of ground that gives a wonderful panorama view of the city and strait. It was on the land that Mr. Donahue built the beautiful family home and cultivated a wonderful small farm.

It was from the porch of this home that Mr. Donahue watched the development of the city that he loved so well. From his high viewpoint he could see each new building that was erected to transform the straggling village that he first knew in to a fine industrial city.

The late Mr. Donahue in the early days drove horses to make his wood deliveries. As he drove his team along the roads and streets, he always had a cheery greeting for old time friends. When he changed from horses to an automobile truck he regretted the speed because he did not have an opportunity to greet the old timers.

The late Mr. Donahue was a lifelong Catholic who affiliated with the local church when Port Angeles was but a small town and who took a leading part in the church's affairs throughout all the years of his life. Next to his religion and his family, Mr. Donahue considered his affiliation with the Democratic party of first importance. Soon after he had reached his majority, he went to the polls with his father and voted for Tilden and Haves and has voted for every democratic candidate for President since, with one exception. The exception was when he moved to Texas to Washington and had not established his years residence in the state when the election came along. The loss of that vote was always a source of regret to him. He had a fine grasp on national politics and as long as he was able to read, followed the political news with a keen interest. Political conventions, rallies and political arguments were his delight and he was positive in his views but tolerant with those who disagreed with him.

Outstanding qualities of the late John Donahue recognized by all old time friends were his honesty, industry and love of family. He raised a family of 11 children, provided them with a fine home and educations, and was never so happy as when they were gathered around him in the old home place. He worked hard up until his last illness and died surrounded by the evidence of that hard work that was reflected in the beautiful home place. Not only did Mr. Donahue take an interest in his home but he was in favor of every progressive movement in the county and always looked forward to the growth of the city and county by favorite improvements when they were put to a vote.

Mr. Donahue felt a strong bond of friendship for his old time friends and during his 14 month illness insisted on being taken to funeral services of pioneers who preceded him to the grave. although desperately ill himself, he wanted to pay homage to those who with him, had taken prominent parts in the upbuilding of the city and county. One by one the members of that sturdy band of far seeing men and women, who saw Port Angeles as the fulfillment of their dreams of an ideal home passed when John Donahue went to his rest in his beautiful home surrounded by a family that appreciated his sterling qualities and who always will adore his memory.

Surviving relatives are the widow, Mrs. Anna Donahue; 5 daughters, Mrs. G. M. Sturdevent, Mrs. Ira ____, and the Misses Agnes, Margaret and Angela Donahue; 4 sons, Tom, Frank, Allie and Paul Donahue; and 8 grandchildren, all of Port Angeles.

The remains are resting at the Christman Mortuary. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 9am at the Catholic Church with Father Bernard Neary, O. SB in charge. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery. The late Mr. Donahue was a member of the Knights of Columbus and Eagles lodges.

Thomas John Donahue ( Oct 2, 1952 )

Thomas John Donahue 73, 531 1/2 W 7th St., Port Angeles, died this morning after an extended illness. Rosary will be recited at the Harper Funeral Home at 8pm. Funeral Mass will be at Queen of Angels Catholic Church Saturday at 9am. Pallbearers will be Ralph Smith, Otto Wohlsein, John Daum, James Fitzgerald, Ray Albright and Herman Alhvers. Burial will be in the Veteran's plot at Ocean View Cemetery. Mr. Donahue was born in Austin, TX Aug 18, 1889. He came here in 1892 with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. John Donahue. The family settled on the reservation and made their home soon after arriving south of Lauridson Blvd. The family became one of the most prominent in the early days of the city. Mr. Donahue attended the Old Fourth Ward school, now Jefferson School, and Old Central, now Washington School. Mr. Donahue was a logger most of his life and lived here constantly except for military service during WW1. He married Nellie McCullough here in 1921. The couple lived near the old Donahue home on Peabody Heights until moving to Pine Hill in recent years. He was a member of the Queen of Angels Catholic Church and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nellie Donahue of Port Angeles; and son, Billy Donahue of Grand Forks, ND; 4 sisters, Mrs. Hannah Tyrell, Port Angeles; Mrs. Nora White, Seattle; Mrs. Margaret Berg, Campbell, CA; and Mrs. Angela Weaver, Bainbridge Island; 2 brothers, Frank P Donahue and DA Donahue, both of Port Angeles; and 3 granddaughters.

Leah Myers Donovan ( The Daily News issue of Dec 18, 1974 )

Leah Myers Donovan, a long-time resident of the Olympic Peninsula, died recently in Seattle.

Mrs. Donovan was born June 27, 1888, in Dungeness. She resided in Port Angeles and graduated from Port Angeles High School. She married Charles C. Donovan in Port Angeles in September 1911.

Mrs. Donovan lived on the Peninsula until 1952 when she moved to Seattle, and later to a retirement community in DesMoines (King County).

Remembrances may be sent to Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle or to the Charles C. Donovan Memorial Fund, North Olympic Library System.

Harry T Doran ( d Mar 19, 1975 The Daily News issue of Mar 20, 1975 )

At his request, there will be no service for Harry T. Doran, 84, Rt. 5, who died here Wednesday in Port Angeles. Arrangements are by Ridgeview Funeral Chapel.

Mr. Doran was born Aug 27, 1888 in Portland to Mr. and Mrs. John J. Doran. He and Norene (Edith) Eddy were married Nov 1, 1921 in Port Angeles.

He first came to Port Angeles in 1899 and spent much of his younger life in Seattle before serving in WW1. He returned to Port Angeles and then went to Alaska where he was a commercial fisherman and served as chief of police in Sitka for 8 years. He retired to Port Angeles in 1962.

Mr. Doran was a member of the VFW; Elks Lodge 1662 in Sitka; Consistory in Juneau; and Nile Temple of the Shrine.

He is survived by his widow in Port Angeles; a son, Jack S Doran of CA; and a sister, Mrs. Alice Stuart of Poulsbo.

Ruth Short Doran ( early December 1981 )

Graveside services for Ruth K Doran, 81, of Port Angeles will be at 2pm in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park with members of the VFW Auxiliary officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Harper Ridgeview Chapel. Mrs. Doran died Saturday in Port Angeles. She was born Dec 20, 1899 in Victoria, BC, the daughter of R. W. and Anna Short. After attending schools in Victoria, she moved to Port Angeles in 1919; in 1920 she married Russell Doran. Mr. Doran died in 1943. Mrs. Doran worked for the COOP Laundry, and during the Korean War she was a plane spotter for "Operation Skywatch." She was a 30 year member of the VFW Auxiliary, a member of the Eagles Club No. 483, the Altruistic Club and the Democratic Club. She is survived by 2 sons, Bill and Dale, both of Port Angeles; 3 daughters, Patricia Woodcock, Rae Johnson and Phyllis Sanderson, all of Port Angeles; one brother, Les Short of Port Angeles; 3 sisters, Lillian Higinbotham, Marian Melville and Roberta Cogburn, all of Port Angeles; 16 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. A son, Larry, preceded her in death. Her grandsons will serve as active pallbearers for the service.

Wellington S. Dorr ( The Daily News issue of Feb 9, 1983 )

In accordance with his wish, there will be no funeral service for Wellington S. Dorr, 93, who died Tuesday at home.  Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel was in change of cremation.

Mr. Dorr was a member of an early-day family which came to Port Angeles July 25, 1896, when his 6 years old.  His parents were William and Libby Dorr.  Their son had been born Jan 28, 1890, in Bordeaux, Neb.

Mr. Dorr as a youth began working at the Manhattan Packing Co. cannery at the foot of Valley Street.  At the age of 18 he became the first engineer of the cannery's tug boat.  On July 16, 1913, he married Lettie McMillen in Port Angeles.  in 197 he moved to Anacortes where he became skipper of a tug which took him to Alaska until 1923 when he and Mrs. Dorr returned to Port Angeles.  MR. Dorr operated tugboats from 1910 to 1944.  He then built, owned and operated the Snug Harbor Resort on Lake Sutherland for 20 years.

Mr. Dorr was the oldest member of the Eagles and Elks lodges of Port Angeles.

He is survived by his wife, Lettie and son Elmer, both of Port Angeles; 2 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

Henry Dorst, Sr. ( 1941 )

The funeral service of the late Henry Dorst, Sr. was held Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational Church, the Rev. Evan David officiating. Funeral arrangements were carried out under the direction of Robert Taylor of Auburn, with interment in the local cemetery.

OBITUARY: Henry Dorst was born in Woorstadt, Germany on Nov 4, 1862 and came to this country in the year of 1880 at the age of 18. He first settled in Michigan but soon after came to Washington and made his home in Clallam County where most of his life was spent. He became an American citizen in 1896.

In the year of 1903 [correction: 17 Aug 1913], he married Mrs. Richard Wahlgren [Wilhelmina Oberg] who preceded him in death in 1937. For the last 18 months he made his home with his daughter Minnie in Seattle and passed away last Friday at the Swedish Hospital, Seattle, after a prolonged illness at the age of 79 years and 4 days.

He leaves to mourn his loss one son and one daughter, Henry and Minnie Dorst, 2 grandchildren, Genevieve and Allan Dorst; also the following stepsons and step daughter: Oscar Alvin, Carl and Fred Wahlgren, and Mrs. Carl Anderson.

Wilhelmina Oberg Wahlgren Dorst ( 7-9-37 )

A gallant life came to an end Tuesday morning, when Mrs. Henry Dorst, Sr. passed away at her home at Bear Creek, after a long illness. Wilhelmina Oberg was born in Finland Dec 8, 1871. With her brother, Joel Oberg, she came to Port Crescent in 1888 after their father, Carl Oberg, who had taken up a preemption claim there sent for them.

In the new land she made the acquaintance of Richard Wahlgren and on August 9, a month after her arrival, the young couple, accompanied by her father, chartered an Indian canoe--there being no justice of the peace at Port Crescent--and made the hazardous trio to Victoria where they were married. The ceremony was performed in the morning and in the afternoon they started on the return trip. A wind sprang up, and the waves tossed high, and the little wedding party was in very real peril. But the Indian canoeists were skillful men and finally succeeded in landing the little party safely on the beach at Salt Creek.

The young bride's sojourn at Port Crescent was brief. Her husband sold his preemption at Port Crescent and went farther into the wilderness to homestead at Bear Creek. Here, within a few months after their marriage, the young bride came. She traveled by boat to Pysht, with her husband, and was taken to shore in an Indian dugout. From there she went on horseback to Beaver, and from Beaver made her way up an elk trail to her new home in the wilderness.

The new manner of life called upon all the fortitude in her character. Six of her seven children were bon on the homestead, without a doctor or nurse in attendance. Her firstborn, Oscar, was the first white child to be born in the Bear Creek district.

Living condition, which were rugged at best, became precarious when in 1903, the young woman was widowed, with 5 young children to provide for. To add to her difficulties and provide a further handicap, blindness set in.

If despair was in her heart, she showed no wavering but carried on with her customary courage, providing food, clothing, and motherly comfort to her youngsters.

In 1903 [correction: 17 Aug 1913] she married Henry Dorst, and 2 children were born to them. Almost her entire adult life was spent at Bear Creek.

Services were held at the Forks Community Congregational Church this afternoon. Interment in Forks Cemetery. Robert J. Taylor, funeral director, is in charge of final arrangements.

Mrs. Dorst is survived by her husband and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Hilma Kreig of Gig Harbor; Oscar, Albin, Carl and Fred Wahlgren, all of Forks; Henry Dorst, of Forks; Minnie dorst of Seattle; 15 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren

Robert W. Doty ( The Daily News issue of Aug 19, 1971 )

Graveside service for Robert W. Doty, 44, who died Aug 2, will be held Friday at 1pm at Ocean View Cemetery with Rodney Riveness serving as officiant at graveside, arrangements by Harper Funeral Home.

Mr. Doty, a Port Angeles resident at the time of his death, was born Sep 19, 1927 in Port Angeles, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Doty.

He graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1945, and later attended Auerswalds' Accounting School in Seattle, graduating in 1951.

He married Pearl M. Wetherall, who survives him now in Port Angeles.  Mr. Doty served with the US Navy during the Korean War and was employed her by Crown Zellerbach and Foss Tug.  For the past 10 years he worked as a commercial fisherman.

Surviving relatives include his widow and a brother, William A. Doty, Port Angeles.

William Albert Doty ( June 13, 1931 )

William Albert Doty, 73, a resident of Port Angeles for the past 32 years, died early this morning at his farm home in the black Diamond district after having been ill for the past three weeks.

The late Mr. Doty was born at Lowden, Iowa, October 2, 1858. He was married to Ida Morrill at Goldfield, Iowa, April 21, 1878. The family moved to Port Angeles May 1, 1899. For many years Mr. Doty was employed at various work in Port Angeles including a period of employment at the Filion Mill. About 8 years ago he bought the farm in the Black Diamond District where he has since resided.

Four children were born to the marriage of Miss Morrill and Mr. Doty. Mrs. Doty passed away a number of years ago and Mr. Doty was married again here. His widow survives as do the children. The children are: A. W. Doty, Mrs. Althea Hunter, Mrs. Floy Wait and Mrs. Edith Felisiano, all of this city. There are also 8 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

The late Mr. Doty was very well known among old time residents of the city. He was a hard working man who had much to do with upbuilding the city and district where he lived for so many years. His old friends will regret his passing.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow, Sunday afternoon from the Christman Mortuary with the Rev. William H Kress of the Pentecostal Assembly in charge. The Odd Fellows lodge will have charge of the funeral services at the graveside at Ocean View Cemetery. All Odd Fellows are requested to be at the Christman Mortuary at 2pm to attend the funeral of Brother Doty. He was a member of Clallam Lodge No 72 IOOF.

Ruth Anna Maxfield Downs ( d Oct 10, 1973 The Daily News issue of Oct 12, 1973 )

Services for Ruth Anna Downs, who lived at W 4119 Princeton, Spokane, WA, will be Saturday at 1pm in Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home in Spokane. Mrs. Downs died in Spokane Wednesday. Burial will be at Colfax, WA.

Born Sep 5, 1915, at Forks to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maxfield, she married Harvey R Downs Sept 26, 1946 at Port Angeles. She was a resident of Clallam County for many years. She served as organist of the First United Methodist Church for 2 years under the Rev. James Albertson. She was a member of Calawa Rebekah Lodge of Forks and a charter member of the Plymouth Congregational Church of Spokane.

Surviving are her husband, a daughter, Elizabeth Downs, both of Spokane; and brother James Maxfield of Port Angeles.

Blanche Townsley Drake ( 1960 )

Funeral services for Mrs. Blanche T Drake, 80, of 1121 Georgiana will be held Saturday at 2pm at the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. J E McDowell officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.

Mrs. Drake was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Townsley in Kansas July 28, 1880 and died here Tuesday. She and her husband, the late Joseph Drake who died in 1952, were married in Ft. Scott, KS Sep 14, 1898. They later moved to Washington coming to Port Angeles from Ferndale. Mrs. Drake was a resident of the community for 40 years.

Survivors are her daughters Mrs. W M Pidge and Mrs. Blanche Brammer of Seattle, her sons George R of Port Angeles and Glen of Beaver and Merrill of Bellingham; her sisters Mrs. Mate Holman of Okanogan and Mrs. May Bracknille of MO; a brother Bert Townsely of Kansas and 9 grandchildren.

Hannah Draper

Miss Hannah Draper, 87, 347 E 7th St, died at her home Saturday evening after a long illness. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 11am at the Harper Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul Logan officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Born in England, January 8, 1864, she was one of 6 children of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Draper who came to Neah Bay with their mother in 1873. Mr. Draper was assistant agent at the Makah reservation and preceded his family there by 2 years.

The family came by ship to Baltimore, then across the continent to San Francisco. They went from San Francisco to Victoria, BC on the steamer Prince Albert, one of the first on the Pacific Coast. Their father met them at Victoria with a canoe paddled by Makah Indians. They were stormbound a week on Vancouver Island before going to Neah Bay by canoe.

Their father late was Neah Bay Postmaster and also owned a trading post there. The family later homesteaded in the Mt Pleasant district.

Hannah Draper was on of this city's first business women, owning and operating a millinery store here when women's hats were made by hand. She was a skilled craftsman at that work.

A charter member of the First Baptist Church for 60 years, she took a prominent part in the affairs of her church over a long period of years until becoming bedridden several years ago. During this city's early days Miss Draper, as the local milliner, was known by practically everyone in Clallam County and in her later years became one of the area's most beloved residents.

She is survived by her sister, Mrs. Fannie Draper Pearson, with whom she lived, and a score or more nieces, nephews and numerous other relations.

Sam Draper ( 1982 )

Sam Draper, son of Albert and Annie Draper, passed away Thursday, April 15 in Port Angeles. His grandfather, Aleck McConachie came to Port Angeles with the Colony. [Puget Sound Cooperative Colony] His father, Albert, came here with his parents at the age of 5 from England and they were the first white family on Tatoosh Island. Sam's grandfather, George Draper, was lighthouse keeper at Tatoosh Island and Sam's grandfather McConachie was secretary of the Colony. Sam's father Albert Draper was a former county road supervisor and county commissioner. Albert Draper was also Grand Master of the Masonic Lodge when they officiated at the cornerstone laying of the old Courthouse in 1914. Sam was an active member of the Senior Center and Golden Agers Club. He spent most of his life as a cat driver on road construction and worked on Grand Coulee Dam in the early 1930's. He was 84 when he died. He was born April 11, 1898 and is survived by 2 sisters, Nellie Watkins of Port Angeles and Margery Woodcock of Sequim and many nieces and nephews.

Katherine L. Schmuck Dugdale ( 8 June 1981 )

Funeral services for Katherine L. Dugdale, 59, of Port Angeles, will be at 10am Thursday at Ridgeview Funeral Chapel. with Pastor Art Morlin officiating. Entombment will be at Mt. Angeles Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Ridgeview Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Dugdale died Monday in Port Angeles. She was born Aug 21, 1921, in Sequim to Max and Mary Schmuck. She was married to LeRoy Dugdale on April 8, 1941 in Seattle. She worked as deputy assessor for Clallam County for 20 years before retiring. Mrs. Dugdale was a founding member and past secretary of the Women's Olympic Pool League and was a member and an officer for many years in the Women's Majors Bowling League. She is survived by her husband, in Port Angeles; 2 sons, LeRoy, Jr., of Port Angeles and Jim of Bothell; 3 daughters, Karen Dunlap of Sequim, Debbie Johnstad of Port Angeles and Nancy Osborne of Kirkland.; her mother and step-father Mary and Eugene Reed of Port Angeles; 2 brother, Max Schmuck, Jr. of Port Angeles and Eugene Reed, Jr. of Clearwater; 3 sisters, Margaret Enders of Whidby Island, Leitha Fasola of Sequim and Shirley Christensen of Port Angeles; 8 grandchildren.

George A Dummel ( 12-5-1971 The Daily News issue of Dec 7, 1971 )

Forks--Funeral services for George A Dummel, 62, will be held at the Forks Congregational Church Thursday at 1pm. Burial will be in Forks Cemetery, with Rev. Ted Ringsmuth officiating and Harper Funeral Home directing the arrangements.

Mr. Dummel died in Sequim Sunday. He was born May 8, 1909 in Kent, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dummel. He marred Lillian Klint Sept 24, 1929. She survives in Forks.

Mr. Dummel was past owner of Far West Propane. He was a member of the Eagles and Elks of Port Angeles and the Lions Club of Forks.

Other survivors include a son, Richard, of Forks; a daughter, Lucille Jungblon of Bellingham; brothers Herbert of Joyce and A.R. and Martin, both of Forks; 3 sisters, Elsie Warner of Sequim, Alice Beech of Seattle, and Minnie Feely of Spokane and 3 grandchildren.

Amy Keeney Duncan ( d 6 Feb 1937 )

Mrs. Amy Duncan, 80, a resident of Clallam County for 47 years, succumbed at her home, 916 S Peabody St. Saturday evening after a short illness. Funeral services under the direction of the Christman Mortuary will be held Wednesday at 3pm at the Sequim Methodist Church with Rev. Virgil Kraft officiating and burial in Sequim Cemetery.

The late Mrs. Duncan was born in Fayton County, VA Oct 25, 1856. Amy Keeney married David Duncan at Ironton, OH Dec 1, 1873. The couple came her 47 years ago and homesteaded in the Blue Mountain district. Mr. Duncan died a number of years ago and the widow has lived in Port Angeles for the past 15 years.

Surviving relatives are 2 daughters, Mrs. Ida Potter, Bothell, and Mrs. Minnie Smith, Sequim; 5 sons, Charles, Blyn; Dick, Dungeness; Roy and William. Port Angeles; and Percy, Sequim. One son, Alvie, was wounded in the World War and succumbed from his wounds a number of years later. There are 20 grandchildren.

Anna M Lakshas Duncan ( d June 10, 1980 )

Funeral services for Anna M. Duncan, 90, of 607 E 7th St. will be at 11am Friday in the Communion Mausoleum at Mount Angeles Memorial Park. Entombment will also be at Mt. Angeles Memorial Park. The Rev. Norman Landvik of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church will officiate. Arrangements are by Harper Funeral Home. Mrs. Duncan died Tuesday in Port Angeles.

She was born Dec 3, 1889 in LuDuke, Alberta, Canada, to Mr. and Mrs. John Lakshas. She married Roy Duncan March 23, 1923 at Port Orchard; he died in 1959. Mrs. Duncan had spent most of her life in the Port Angeles area.

Survivors include a son, Alvin Duncan of Port Angeles, 3 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

Frank Duncan ( 12-16-82 )

Graveside services for Frank M. Duncan, 89, of Sequim will be at 2pm Monday in Sequim View Cemetery with Rev. Earl Dean of Trinity Methodist Church officiating. Family members will serve as pallbearers. Arrangements are under the direction of Sequim Valley Chapel. Mr. Duncan died Thursday in Sequim.

He was born Nov. 15, 1893, in Dungeness, the son of William and Annie Duncan, and lived most of his life in the Dungeness area. He worked for City Light in Port Angeles, and B.C. Electric Co. on Vancouver Island. During WWII, he was employed in a Seattle shipyard. In 1938 he opened Duncan's Resort in Dungeness and maintained the resort until 1981.

The originator of the first fishing derby in Dungeness, he was honored as the grand pioneer of the Sequim Irrigation Festival in 1977. He was a member of the Port Angeles Eagles Club for more than 60 years.

He married Maude Staggs Nov 17, 1927 in Bremerton; she died in 1971. Survivors are a daughter, Virginia Dickinson of Dungeness; a brother, Walter of Seattle; a sister Lucille Rieck of Everett; 9 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild.

Dunn, Robert Charles (d Feb 21, 1929)

Gold Miner Passes Away

Robert Charles Dunn, 74, a resident of Port Angeles for 25 years, died at his home, 608 South D St, this city, at 8am today.

The late Mr. Dunn was born at Louistown, PA, January 7, 1855. He was a distant relative of the late Andrew Carnegie, the steel maker and was born in the old Carnegie home.

A gold miner and prospector by choice, Mr. Dunn wandered through the hills in this vicinity until 8 years ago when he went to work in the Filion mill.

There are no living relatives except his wife, Mrs. Ruth Dunn of this city.

Funeral services are to he held from the chapel of the Christman Mortuary at 1pm next Saturday. The Rev. Erle Howell will read the service. Interment will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Frank Dustman ( 29 Feb, 1932 )

"Portland, Or, (AP) A man identified by the Multnomah county coroner as Frank Dustman, 59, of Port Angeles, leaped in front of an Oregon City train here today and was instantly killed. The train crew said it was apparent the man had deliberately jumped in the path of the train. Dustman was at the time being sought by employees of a hospital here, from which he walked away early today. He was being treated for a nervous breakdown. He was a former railroad employee."

Frank Dustman was on of the most respected pioneer citizens of this city. He came here more than 40 years ago and lived here all the time since until going to a Portland hospital several weeks ago. For a number of years in the early days of the city the late Mr. Dustman was chief of police and later up until a year ago was head of a maintenance crew for the Milwaukee Railroad. He helped install the first telephone system in the city and was in charge of maintenance and new work for the first telephone company. For more than 30 years Mr. Dustman was a member of the First Methodist church of this city and took an active part in the upbuilding of the church.

Several weeks ago Mr. Dustman suffered a nervous breakdown and attempted suicide here by jumping into the bay. He was rescued and sent to Portland for treatment. It was said that he was regaining his health last week but evidently took a turn for the worse. Surviving are his widow and son, Sam Dustman, of this city, who are visiting in Portland. the late Frank Dustman was born in Mahoning, Ohio, October 26, 1872. For many years he has been a member of the Elks Lodge in this city.