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Laird, Mace J
Lambert, Charles Augustus
Land, Cecelia S
Land, Luella Isabella Jaques
Land, Moss E
Last, Florence Etta Sands
Last, George Lawrence
Laurenson, Lena J Knapman
Lawrence, Iva Tyler
Layton, Estella Ilean Moniz
Lee, Edith Marguerette Dennis
Lehman, Liddy Martha
Lemmon, Miles Daniel
Lempie, Olive Merchant Maybury Whitcomb
Lesure, Anna C Raun
Levy, Helen Kirschberg
Lewis, Charles H
Lewis, Marie Huelsdonk
Lewis, Minnie M Pellerin
Leyendecker, John Joseph
Leyh, John Henry
Liljedahl, Mary J Napiontek
Liljedahl, Rose Napiontek
Linn, Alvin T
Linn, Amanda Anderson
Linn, Charles J
Lipsett, Bessie C Seaman
Littlefield, Harold R
Littlefield, Lura Lee McGill Lovejoy
Lockhart, Effie Ecker
Lollick, Christian Christiansen
Lollick, Chritina Muller
Lomax, Azalea M
Long, Bruce Benjamin
Long, James F
Long, Lillie Mae Mix
Long, Mary Elizabeth Dinsmore
Long, Mathew Ray
Long, William F
Lonn, Dot Andresen
Lonsdale, Carl A, Lt. USCG (Ret)
Lonsdale, Lorenz A
Looker, Gladys Nason
Lotzgesell, George Henry
Lotzgesell, James H
Lotzgesell, John Albert
Lovell, Edna A Thompson Lewis
Lutrell, George Albert
Lutrell, William J
Lutz, Harry Elmer
Lutz, Samuel J
Lysall, Eliza May DeRousie
Lysall, Frank Enock
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Mace J Laird ( Port Angeles Evening News 27 Dec 1926 )
At 9 Christmas night Mace J Laird passed away quietly after a brief illness. All of his children were at the bedside to bid a last good bye to a loving father.
Those that knew Mr. Laird mourn his loss for they were impressed with the man;s virtues, so pronounced in his character. Since his wife's death 34 years ago, he has reared the little brood, which she left him as a heritage and he won a place in the hearts of those who know him more intimately. His even temper and kind nature appeared to be proof against all of the small sordid outgrowth of human nature in the humdrum of life.
Mr. Laird passed away a the Hillside Hospital. He was 73 years old and was born at Rochester, NY from which place he moved to Michigan. About 35 years ago he came to Port Angeles with his family and his wife died shortly after.
For several years he owned the quaint little farm at the head of the bay, which he sold to the Crescent Boxboard company, and on which they erected their present plant. From the proceeds of the sale he purchased the farm, which is now familiar to all, known as the "Laird's Corner" and resided there with his 2 boys until the end.
Mr. Laird leaves to mourn his loss 4 children, namely: Mrs. Leona Steik of Port Angeles; Ross Laird, married, of Bremerton, WA; and 2 unmarried sons, Clement and Arthur who resided with the father at the farm; also 6 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
The funeral will take place tomorrow at 2pm and will be conducted from the Lyden-Freeman Funeral Parlors.
Charles Augustus Lambert ( d 19 Dec 1943 )
Charles Augustus Lambert, 60, of Blyn, died at his home early Sunday morning. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 at the Blyn church with Rev. W R C Dann officiating and burial will be in the Sequim Cemetery.
Born at Port Townsend Jan 16, 1884, Mr. Lambert had lived at Blyn and in the vicinity practically all his life.
Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Anna Reyes [thus], Blyn; and 6 sisters, Mrs. Marian Vincent, Port Townsend; Mrs. Tillie Hopkins, Mrs. Cynthia Larsen, Mrs. Florence McGregor, Mrs. John Campbell and Miss Eleanor Keyes [thus], all of Sequim. There are several nieces and nephews.
Cecelia S Land ( Port Angeles Evening News 12 Jan 1931 )
Mrs. Cecelia Land, 79, one of Clallam County's early pioneers, passed away at 1:30am Sunday at the family residence on 18th and Lincoln streets, following a lingering illness.
Mrs. Land was born at McCutchenville, OH, Nov. 4, 1852 and was married to Stephen Land at that place on July 3, 1872, moving with him to Port Angeles from Hudson, Michigan in 1888. Taking up land south of the Boulevard in what was a wilderness then, Mr. and Mrs. Land improved the place until it was one of the finest properties in the county.
Mrs. Land was the last surviving member of a group of responsible for the organizing the Order of Eastern Star in Port Angeles. A charter was issued to the local chapter in Port Angeles on June 13, 1892. Stephen Land was at that time worthy patron, and Mrs. Land associate matron.
Mr. and Mrs. Land celebrated their golden wedding anniversary nearly 8 years ago. Mr. Land passed away on Tuesday, Jan 24, 1928 and is buried in Ocean View Cemetery.
She is survived by 4 children--Mrs. Charles D Ulmer, Port Angeles; Mrs. Roy Getchell, Port Angeles; Albert Land, Port Angeles; and Mrs. George Jackman, Sequim. She also has one sister in Ohio and another sister living at St. Cloud, Florida. 13 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services will be held from the Masonic Temple at 2pm Wednesday, with Esther Chapter Order of Eastern Star in charge and Rev. C E Fulmer reading the service. Burial will be in the family plot at Ocean View Cemetery. The funeral will be in charge of the Dewey Lyden Company, funeral directors.
Luella Isabella Jaques Land ( d Aug 1, 1887 )
Land--At Port Angeles, August 1st, 1887
For the first time in the history of the organization of the Colony [Puget Sound Cooperative Colony] , we are called upon to chronicle the death of one of our comrades, and although it would be hard for us to choose the one who would be missed less, yet again, it would be more keenly felt. Three little daughters, too young to realize the meaning of the event, are left bereft of the solicitude and care of the gently and loving mother the husband and father, must, yield up a companion with whom he hoped fondly to walk down the path of life to a good old age.
And the Colony has lost a conscientious, consistent member, one who thoroughly understood the principles of cooperation, and was greatly needed in our midst. Her untimely taking away is a great loss to all as well as to Mr. Land who had [several words illegible] of every member of the Colony.
All work in the Colony was suspended on Tuesday afternoon in order that every person might attend the funeral, and pay the last sad tribute of respect to our sister. Father Alexander Mason was chosen to conduct the services, and after a hymn was sung, he read a chapter from the Bible, and offered a prayer, that the sad event might be a lesson to the living. At the grave the hymn "Nearer My God to Thee" was sung, after which Grandfather Mason gave the following brief history of our sisters life:
"Luella Isabella Jaques, born in Hudson, MI, Dec 19, 1859 became the consort of Paul Land in Cleveland, OH, July 2, 1880 to which place she with her parents moved about 8 years ago. From about the 12th year of her age she became a member of the Congregational Church, and continued an active worker in it during her stay in the place of her nativity, always assisting in the duties of the church and also a zealous worker in the temperance cause wherever opportunity offered. She, faithful to her duty as a loving companion did not hesitate to accompany her husband to seek a new home in this distant country; leaving a mother and other relatives behind.
She felt anxious to join this association, believing it would be a place in which she could rear her children in the true principles of pure Christianity as she conceived them to be. But circumstances beyond our control have ordered things otherwise, and now we behold her held in the arms of death and cut off from all these fond hopes. Thus the deceased was 28 years, 8 months and 3 days old."
President Smith made some beautiful and appropriate remarks, and then "with morn, with noon, with night, with changing clouds and changeless stars, with grass, with trees and birds, with leaf and bud, with flower and blossoming vine, with all the sweet influences of nature, we left our dead."
Wife, Mother, Comrade, farewell.
Land--At Port Angeles, W.T., Friday morning, Aug 26th 1887, Luella, infant daughter of Paul Land, aged 4 weeks.
Moss E Land ( d 27 Jan 1928 )
Moss E Land, 68, for 40 years a resident of Port Angeles, passed away at a local hospital from heart failure at 4am today after an illness of only 4 days.
Moss E Land was born at Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1860. He came to Port Angeles in 1888 and has been a resident here ever since with the exception of a few years spent in Seattle. For years he was one of the best known men of the city and county. During his younger days he was engaged in the pile driving business and helped drive many of the docks and trestles in the harbor. For a number of years he has been farming and owned the fine Moss Land farm a few miles east of the city on the Olympic Highway.
Mr. Land was of the real pioneer stock and never refused to help a neighbor. He took an intense interest in everything pertaining to the city and county and was well liked and respected by hundreds of people here.
The last Moss Land is survived by his wife and daughter, Florence and a sister, Mrs. Frank Behan, and a host of other relatives in the county. His brother, Stephen Land, passed away but a few months ago.
He had been a member of Naval Lodge of Elks for many years and that lodge will conduct the funeral services that are to be held at the chapel of Dewey Lyden & Company, funeral directors at 2pm Friday, June 29. Rev. C E Fulmer will preach the sermon. Interment will be in Dungeness Cemetery.
Stephen Land ( Port Angeles Evening News 25 Jan 1928 )
Stephen Land, 78, for 40 years one of the leading citizens of Port Angeles and Clallam County passed away at his home at Lincoln and Boulevard last night from an illness extending over 6 weeks.
Mr. Land, while pruning a fruit tree several weeks ago in his home orchard, fell and fractured several ribs. He caught cold and pneumonia developed. Only his strong willpower and great vitality kept him alive for so long.
Stephen Land was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, July 18, 1849. He came to Ohio with his parents when he was 16 years of age, and was married to Celia S Robison at McCutchonville, OH July 3, 1872.
Six children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Land, 4 of whom are living. The children are Mrs. Chas D Ulmer of Port Angeles; Mrs. Bertha Jackman of Sequim; Elbert Land, Port Angeles; Mrs. Roy Getchell, Port Angeles. One child died in infancy and a daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Pollow, passed away a number of years ago.
Besides the widow and 4 children, Mr. Land is survived by his sister, Mrs. Ella S Behan, and a brother Moss E Land, both of whom live here, and 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, and a score or more of relatives by marriage in the county.
For many years the late Mr. Land was the county horticulturist and was an authority on things of that nature. He took an all absorbing interest in fruits and berries and was untiring in his efforts for the betterment of the orchards and berry fields.
His home at Lincoln and Boulevard was one of the show places of the county. He took it up from the wilderness 35 years ago and planted a fine orchard and garden that had been an unfailing source of pleasure to him and all visitors.
No county fair was complete in Clallam County without Mr. Land being in charge of the fruit and vegetable displays and he has prepared many exhibits of Clallam County products that hove won high honors at other fairs about the state.
Up until the time that he was stricken with his last illness, Mr. Land, despite his advanced years, was intensely interested in everything in his line of work and was very active. Coming of the same stock as Col. Charles A Lindbergh's mother, being a second cousin of her, he showed that determined trait of character that made of that young man a world hero.
Mr. Land was a real pioneer who beautified and developed every bit of waste land that he came into contact with and Clallam County is better for his long residence here and his name will always be remembered when matters pertaining to fruits, vegetables or berries are discussed.
A life long member of all Masonic bodies, Mr. Land received all the honors that could be bestowed by that organization. He was one of the oldest member of the Port Angeles lodge of Masons and Mrs. Land of the Eastern Star.
Mr. and Mrs. Land celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary in this city 5 and a half years ago. It was one of the great events of the county as Mr. and Mrs. Land were the recognized head of a clan of relatives that is numbered by the score. This clan has lost its leader and they and hundreds of Port Angeles and Clallam County citizens mourn with Mr. Land and the immediate family over the loss of the patriarch.
Funeral services for the late Stephen Land will be held Friday at 2pm in the Masonic Temple under the auspices of the Masonic Lodge. Burial will be in the family plot of Ocean View Cemetery. Rev. C E Fulmer will be the minister in charge and Dewey Lyden Company, funeral directors are in charge of the services.
Minna Lange ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of 10 Feb 1936 )
Mrs. Minna Lange, 73, long-time Port Angeles resident, succumbed Sunday evening at 9 to a lengthy illness.
Mrs. Lange was the widow of W A Lange, pioneer musician and music store operator who preceded her in death by several years. She was born at Mainz, Germany on Oct 16, 1852 and came to St. Louis, MO 55 years ago. Thirty years ago she moved to Port Angeles with her family.
Mrs. Lange was a member of the Lutheran Church and was held in high esteem by all who knew her.
Funeral services will be held at 1pm Wednesday at the Christman Mortuary. Rev. E H Beilstein will preside and burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
Three daughters and 3 grandchildren, living in Port Angeles, survive. The daughters are Mrs. Isabelle Meyer, Mrs. Dickens Mandau and Mrs. Lydia Burgert.
Charles Larson ( d 25 June 1926 )
Charles Larson, pioneer and retired farmer of Clallam County, passed away Friday evening at his home in Port Angeles, 324 E 10h St at the age of 60.
When 13 years of age, Mr. Larson arrived in the United States from Sweden with his uncle, a Swedish sea captain.
Mr. and Mrs. Larson arrived in Port Angeles from NY 40 years ago and took up a homestead at Freshwater Bay. The only means of getting to their claim was via Port Crescent, there being no roads into that country at that time. Taking their household equipment and livestock down the strait on scows, they landed at Port Crescent by means of row boats. The livestock was pushed off the scow and forced to swim to shore. From there they went by trail to their homestead. Three girls were born to the couple, 2 at Port Crescent and one in this city [Port Angeles].
Besides the widow, Mrs. Ida Larson, the deceased leaves to mourn him 3 daughters, Mrs. Freda Steik, residing on Lincoln Heights of this city; Mrs. Edith Hanson, now living in Tacoma and Mrs. Hilda Smith, living within a mile of the old homestead at Freshwater Bay.
Two brothers, Oscar and Pollin Larson, of Buffalo, NY. Three sisters in Sweden, Matilda, Ada and Philbin.
The services will be held at the Lyden & Freeman Undertaking Parlors at 2pm on Tuesday of next week. Rev. Erle Howell officiating. Interment will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
Florence Etta Sands Last ( 1953 )
Mrs. Florence Etta Last, 71, Rt. 3, died Sunday morning after an extended illness. Funeral services will be at the Harper Funeral Home Wednesday at 1pm with the Rev. Carl E Fischer officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.
Mrs. Last was born Florence Etta Sands in Van Wert, Ohio June 4, 1882. She came to western Clallam County over 62 years ago with her parents, John and Elizabeth Sands. The family homesteaded at Dickey Lake, where she grew up. She lived in the county all her life. Her husband, Edward Last, died here in Jul 1922.
Surviving are 3 daughters, Mrs. Robert Rice, Belfair; Mrs. Fred Shipp, Port Alberni, BC; and Mrs. Curtis Wilson, Clallam Bay; 3 sons, Floyd Last, Port Angeles; Lloyd Last, Crescent City, California; and James Smith, USAF; 2 brothers, George and Jack Sands, Sekiu; 16 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
George Lawrence Last ( d 16 Aug 1938 )
Young Port Angeles Mill Worker Dies Is Hospital On Tuesday Night After Falling To Pavement When Car Door Swings Open In Collision.
Funeral services for George Lawrence Last, 22, will be held Friday at 3pm from the McDonald Funeral Home, the Rev. E H Beilstein officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.
The young man was employed by the Fibreboard Products mil and was a member of the International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulfite and Paper Mill Workers.
He was born at Clallam Bay, Sep 15, 1915, and spent his entire life in this county. Port Angeles was his home for 15 years.
Surviving relatives include the mother, Mrs. Florence Smith of Port Angeles; 2 sisters, Mrs. Marie Shipp and Mrs. Ruby Ross; a half-sister, Florence Smith; 2 brothers, Floyd and Lloyd Last; one half-brother, James Smith; a grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Sands of Sekiu; 2 uncles, George and Jack Sands of Sekiu and an aunt, Mr. Grant Olsen of Clallam Bay.
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Joan Laurenson ( d 10 Dec 1936 )
Mrs. Joan Laurenson, 95, a resident of Clallam County for 49 years, died at the home of her son, Thomas Laurenson, in Happy Valley on Thursday morning. Funeral services will be held in the Sequim Methodist Church with Rev. Virgil Kraft in charge, at a date to be announced later by the Sequim Mortuary. Burial will be in Sequim Cemetery.
Born in the Shetland Islands, Scotland, Nov 23, 1841, the late Mrs. Laurenson came to the Dungeness district with her husband and family in July 1887 and lived in the county ever since.
Surviving are 2 sons, Thomas and John Laurenson, and 6 grandchildren residing in the eastern part of the county.
Lena J Knapman Laurenson ( 1959 )
Mrs. Lena J Laurenson, 80, a life-long resident of Happy Valley near Sequim, died Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2pm at Trinity Methodist Church, Sequim with the Rev. Robert Ward officiating. Burial will be in Sequim View Cemetery under the direction of the McDonald Funeral Home.
She was born in Sequim, July 21, 1879, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Knapman, Clallam County pioneers. She married Thomas J Laurenson in 1902. He died in 1946. Mrs. Laurenson spent her entire life near her birthplace.
She was a member of Trinity Methodist Church and was active in church affairs many years.
Surviving are her 4 daughters, Mrs. R E Nerbovig, Frances Laurenson, Mrs. J Berger, all of Sequim and Mrs. R W Towers, Mr. Vernon, WA; 2 sisters, Mrs. Henry Brooks, Auburn, and Mrs. Henry Emery, Sequim; brother Charles Knapman, Sequim; 4 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Thomas Lauridsen, 75, beloved brother of G M Lauridsen, passed away in Port Angeles last evening after a residence in Clallam County for 31 years. Funeral services will be from the Christman Mortuary on Thursday, Jul 28 at 2pm with Rev. E H Beilstein of the Lutheran Church reading the service. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
Thomas Lauridsen was born in Horne, Denmark, Mar 9, 1863. He came to the United States 55 years ago and located first in Bridgeport, CT and came to Clallam County in 1907, locating on a farm at the upper Elwah, where he had resided until a short time before his death.
He leaves to mourn him a son, Sam Lauridsen, residing at the Elwah farm; a daughter, Mrs. Wilda Segulin, Port Angeles; a daughter, Mrs. Annie O'Laughlin, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Laura Madsen, Horne, Denmark, and Mrs. A K Viaux, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada; brothers C M Lauridsen, Seattle and G M Lauridsen, Port Angeles. Eight grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild survive.
Mr. Lauridsen was well and favorable known in Clallam County. Through hard work he cleared land and made his upper Elwah farm one of the best in Clallam County an everlasting monument to his industry.
Mrs. Lauridsen died in August, 1930 in Port Angeles.
Iva T. Lawrence ( The Daily News issue of 30 May 1973 )
Funeral services for a lifetime resident of Neah Bay, Iva T. Lawrence, 69, will be at Neah Bay Presbyterian Church Thursday at 2pm with the Rev. George Patterson officiating. Burial will be in Neah Bay. Arrangements are being made by Harper Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lawrence died Saturday in Neah Bay. She was born March 14, 1904 to Mr. and Mrs. William Tyler, Neah Bay. She did basket weaving.
Survivors include 5 sons, Floyd Tyler, Madras, Or; Kenneth Lawrence, Los Angeles, Ca; and Joseph Lawrence, Jr., William Tyler and Toby Tyler, Neah Bay; 3 daughters, Josephine Ray and Jo Dean Haupt, Neah Bay, and Betty Ann Croy, Edmonds; 25 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will include Cliff Haupt, Jr., John Haupt, Gary Ray, Alan Tyler and Carl Peterson.
Honorary pallbearers are Lawrence Bunn and Jim Moore.
Estella Ilean Moniz Layton ( d Jan 27, 1989 )
A funeral service for Estella Ilean Moniz Layton was held at St. James the Fisherman Episcopal Church in Kodiak, Alaska on January 27, 1989. A repast celebrating her life followed. Mrs. Layton, 80, died January 23, 1989 at Providence Hospital in Anchorage after a short illness. She lived and worked in Sequim for the first 55 years of her life.
She was born in Blyn on Aug 17, 1908 to Joseph J and Isabel C Gonzalves-Moniz and was the last survivor of their 7 children. Until her marriage to Virgil C Layton June 10, 1937, she managed the Green House Hotel in Sequim.
The couple lived on the family homestead in Sequim until September of 1963, then moved to Kodiak. Mr. Layton died March 29, 1964, while doing salvage work following the earthquake and tsunami.
In Kodiak, Mrs. Layton worked at Dad's Ark and later did volunteer work at the old city library. She became an employee of the A Holmes Johnson Memorial Library when it opened in 1968, working there until her retirement in July of 1968.
She was a member of the Alaska State Library Ass'n., St. James the Fisherman Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Church Women. She served as treasurer for the church women's organization for many years.
Reading and traveling occupied Mrs. Layton's leisure time. Over the last dozen years her travels included tours to Asia, Australia, New Zealand, New England and Italy. She also took several cruises. Her most recent was last fall when she cruised among the Hawaiian Islands.
Mrs. Layton leaves her daughter, Madelyn Layton-Poland of Kodiak, numerous step-grandchildren, great and great-great grandchildren. Other survivors include many nieces, nephews, cousins and brothers.
Edith Marguerette Dennis Lee ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Nov 26, 1960 )
Mrs. Edith Marguerette Lee, 86, of 240 W 9th St., a resident here 74 years, died Tuesday after a lengthy illness. Rosary will be recited at McDonald Funeral Home at 7pm today. Funeral services will be at Queen of Angels Catholic Church at 9am Saturday. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
Mrs. Lee was born Edith M Dennis, Feb 18, 1874 at Hiawatha, KS. When 6 months old her mother moved to Oakland, California.
In 1886 she accompanied her mother and stepfather Reeve P Wallis here to join the Puget Sound Cooperative Colony which was located at Ennis Creek.
She married Oscar N Lee in 1893. Her husband was of the family after whom Lee's Creek, east of Port Angeles, was named. The young couple lived on the family farm in the Mount Pleasant district and later moved to their home on W 9th St. Mr. Lee died here in 1954.
Mrs. Lee was a member of the Queen of Angels Catholic Church, Women's Literary Club and Women's Benefit Association.
Surviving relatives include a son Alfred Lee who lives on the family farm at Mount Pleasant; 3 grandsons, Robert Lee, Goldendale, WA, Edward and Alfred Lee, Jr., both of Port Townsend, 5 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild.
Oscar Lee ( d 6 Oct 1954 )
Oscar Lee, 83, oldest native-born Port Angeles man died here Wednesday night after a short illness. Mr. Lee was born Aug 5, 1871 to Alfred and Caroline Lee on what was then the Sampson donation claim at the west end of Port Angeles harbor where the Fibreboard Inc. Mill is now located. Funeral services will be Saturday at 9am at Queen of Angels Catholic Church, the Rev. Paul Kucera will officiate. Burial will be in the family plot in Ocean View Cemetery. McDonald Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
His mother, Caroline Morse, was the widow of Davis W Morse, a Nova Scotian who came here from California with his brother, Eben Gay Morse, in 1862 and died shortly after his arrival here. He was supporting her three children by doing sewing and selling milk in the little village here. She grazed her milk cows on the south side of Front and First Streets and the flat at Valley Creek.
After she married Alfred Lee, a British sailor, the family moved to the Sampson donation claim.
Soon after Oscar was born, his father bought the Silas Goodwin preemption right house and improvements at what is now the mouth of Lee's Creek east of Port Angeles. A sister, the late Ida Morse, was born at the Lee's Creek home. His 2 half-brothers and half-sister also are deceased.
The family combined farming with logging. They used ox teams to haul logs to the harbor and logged much of what is now Gale's Addition. Supplies were brought to the Lee home over the beach by ox team or by Indian canoes. Alfred Lee died in 1890 and his wife in 1916.
Oscar married Marguerite Dennis in 1893 and soon afterwards the young couple moved to a family farm in the Mount Pleasant district but continued also to farm the Lee's Creek homestead where his mother lived.
Much of the early years was devoted to clearing land at Mount Pleasant and building the present family home there. Besides farming, Le was a road builder and had a part in constructing many of the early-day roads. At times he also worked in Port Angeles, the longest period being when he was employed at the Nattinger Brothers hardware store.
The present Lee home at 9th and Cherry Streets was built 33 years ago. When Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lee retired, they moved into the Port Angeles home.
While at Mount Pleasant, Mr. Lee became a charter member of the Port Angeles Creamery Association and kept a herd of dairy cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Lee celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary here in 1953 and were married 61 years Mar 5, 1954.
Surviving are his wife, Marguerite Lee, at the family home here and one son, Alfred Leroy Lee at the Mount Pleasant homestead; 3 grandchildren, Robert Lee of Port Angeles, Edward Lee of Port Townsend, and Alfred Lee, Jr. of Bremerton; 7 great-grandchildren.
More distant surviving relatives are members of the Morse, Lee, Thompson and McNutt families of Clallam County.
Liddy Martha Lehman ( d Mar 4, 1968 )
Funeral services for Liddy Martha Lehman, 85, will be held Thursday, 1pm in Faith Lutheran Church in Sequim. Rev. Daniel Parshal will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of the McDonald Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lehman, who died Monday, was born Nov 11, 1882 in Germany. She came to Clallam County in 1911 from Spokane. With her husband Charles Lehman, she started the Lehman Meat Market in Sequim the same year.
Mrs. Lehman was a member of the Faith Lutheran Church and Leisure Hour Club, Sequim.
Charles Lehman died in 1933. Survivors include 2 sons, Alfred and Herbert, both of Sequim; 2 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren.
Miles Daniel Lemmon ( d 25 Oct 1964 )
Miles Daniel Lemmon, 95, of Port Angeles, died Sunday following an extended illness.
Services will be held 10am Wednesday in the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Rings officiating. Members of the Odd Fellows Lodge will assist with committal service at the Dungeness Cemetery.
Born Oct 28, 1868 in Vermillion County, IN, he filed on homestead in the Lost Mountain area on Dec 6, 1890.
At the age of 10, Mr. Lemmon moved with his family to Bates County, MO where he lived until he was 22 years old.
He farmed for many years in the Dungeness valley, later moving to Port Angeles where he worked for the City of Port Angeles Street Department. Mr. Lemmon retired from city employment 21 years ago. He was a member of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges.
Survivors include 4 sons, Theodore M of Moorpark, CA; Eldon A of Forks; Truman L of Port Angeles; and Chester D of Monrovia, CA; 2 daughters, Mrs. Estella Dodge of Port Angeles; and Mrs. Lloyd Michener of Prosser; 10 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
Olive Merchant Lempie ( d 1 July 1935 )
Mrs. Olive Merchant Lempie passed away here Monday, July 1, following an illness of 1 week.
The deceased was born here, August 15, 1884, being one of the first white children born on the Forks Prairie. Mrs. Lempie was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Foster Merchant, who were pioneer settlers on Forks Prairie. They arrived from Dungeness in a schooner, and came up the Quillayute River in canoes in 1880. Mr. Merchant passed away in 1881. Later Mrs. Merchant married William Maybury. He died in 1922 and Mrs. Martha Maybury in 1928.
Olive Merchant married Roy Whitcomb in 1905. To this union were born 2 daughters, Mrs. Wynona Ross and Mrs. Elizabeth Green. In 1926 she married Toivo Lempie and resided at the old family home at Forks these past few years.
One sister, Mrs. Ellen Merchant Palmer, preceded her in death. Surviving are her husband Toivo Lempie; 2 daughters, Mrs. Wynona Ross, of Bremerton, WA and Mrs. Elizabeth Green, of Kelso, WA; 4 sisters, Mrs. Rose Sands, Port Angeles; Mrs. Maude Wentworth, Quillayute; Mrs. [Delphina] Palmer, Bremerton; and Miss Elizabeth Merchant, Forks; 1 grandson, Weyman Ross, Bremerton.
Private funeral services were held at the family home Wednesday at 1:30pm and interment was in the Forks Community Cemetery. Robert J Taylor, funeral director, was in charge of arrangements.
Toivo Lempie ( May 28, 1970 issue of Jun 2, 1970 )
Graveside services for Toivo (Curley) Lempie, 78, of Forks will be held Wednesday at 1pm at Forks Cemetery, with Rev. William Cross officiating. Mr. Lempie died Thursday at Port Angeles. He was born Feb 7, 1892 in Melbourne, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lempie.
He attended school at Preacher Slough in Melbourne. He was married in 1926 to Olive Mayberry [thus] who died in 1935.
Mr. Lempie worked as a logger in the Grays Harbor area, later moving to Mora and then to Forks and the Hoh River area in 1924.
He was a veteran of W.W.I and also belonged to the American Legion of Forks.
He is survived by 2 sisters, Mrs. Effie LeClair of Boise, ID and Olga Lempie of Palm Springs, CA. His niece also survives.
Anna C. Raun Lesure
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna C Lesure of Sappho were held on Monday at 1pm from Harper Funeral Home in Port Angeles. Rev. Paul Logan officiated at the services. Cremation followed Mrs. Lesure passed away last Wednesday in Port Angeles hospital following a lengthy illness.
Mrs. Lesure was one of the oldest pioneers of the West End of Clallam County and had lived at Sappho for 57 years. She had witnessed many changes in the growth of local communities and had many interesting stories to tell of that development. She had a wide circle of friends who will indeed miss her.
Mrs. Lesure was born in Kansas on Dec 28, 1880 and was 68 years old at the time of her death. She came west to Sappho with her parents, the pioneer Raun family, in 1892.
It was in 1901 that she became the bride of Guy Lesure. They were married in Forks. The Lesure family settled at Sappho in 1895. The couple had lived at Sappho continuously since their marriage.
Surviving relatives include her husband, Guy; a daughter, Mrs. Bruce Long; a son, Harvey Lesure; a sister, Mrs. Alfred Aastad, all of Sappho; and a brother Martin Raun, of Port Angeles.
Helen Kirschberg Levy ( d 10-10-1934 )
Mrs. Helen Levy, 68, beloved mother of Arnold Levy and sister of Julius I Kirschberg, of Port Angeles, passed away peacefully at 5:45pm Wednesday, Oct 10th following a lingering illness of several years which had taken a more serious turn during the last several months. Funeral announcement will be made upon receipt of advice from relatives in NYC. The remains are at the Christman Mortuary.
Mrs. Levy was born in Poland in 1866, graduated from a European university and came to NY with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kirschberg about 42 years ago where she entered the NY Conservatory of Music and graduated with high honors.
She was joined in marriage to Lewis Levy, former well-known Port Angeles pioneer, at Victoria, about 45 years ago. Until 16 years ago, when she came here with her son Arnold to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. J L Kirschberg, Mrs. Levy maintained a residence in NY where her sons were given advantage of university training, one graduating as an attorney, the other as a physician and surgeon.
Mrs. Helen Levy was a member of Esther Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. She was a highly cultured woman, a talented musician, an inveterate reader, a lover of travel, and was always a delightful conversationalist to those who knew her intimately.
She leaves to mourn her sons, Arnold Levy, Port Angeles; and Dr. George Levy, San Francisco; brothers Julius I Kirschberg, Port Angeles and Joseph I Kirschberg, NYC; sister, Dr. Rose Himwich, NYC.
Lewis Levy ( Port Angeles Evening News 18 Jan 1926 )
Lewis Levy, 73, a pioneer real estate man of Port Angeles, whose one thought in life was the upbuilding of this city, passed away early this morning from stomach trouble after an illness of only a few days.
Mr. Levy was taken ill late last week and was taken from a hotel room to a hospital where at first he showed signs of improvement. His advanced age and the fact that his heart had become weakened, caused him not to rally to treatment and he passed away this morning.
Mr. Levy was born in Poland. He came to Port Angeles in May, 1888, and that same year became a naturalized citizen of the United States. Some of his earlier days were spent in Victoria and in Alaska but his home was in NY previous to coming here.
Upon his arrival here, Mr. Levy went into the real estate business and for all the years that have followed he has been in that business here, at times having other business interests, but with the real estate business as his main occupation.
Mr. Levy is survived by his widow, Mrs. Helen Levy of this city, a son Arnold, also of this city, who graduated in law from the NYU and another son, George Levy, a physician in NYC. Julius Kirschberg, a life long friend, is a brother of Mrs. Levy.
From all sources n the community there are coming expression of regret for the sudden calling of Mr. Levy. He was absolutely tireless in his efforts in behalf of Port Angeles and its upbuilding and his last act on earth was a request that he might sign an affidavit in regards to some property "To help the city progress" as he put it.
There was not a man in the county who knew property values as well as Mr. Levy. He had faith in this city and county that never grew dim. He was for this city, first, last, and all the time and his life seemed to be dedicated to the upbuilding of the city that he saw grown from a village on the beach to its present size and in a measure, Port Angeles itself is a monument to him and his labor for in truth he was a builder of it.
Mr. Levy had many close friendships with Victoria businessmen and had during all of his life here, acted as agent for them in their property interests and they give him their fullest confidence.
Full details of the funeral have not yet been made. Mr. Levy was a member of the Masons and Elks lodges and these 2 bodies will have charge of the funeral ceremonies.
***ALSO*** Port Angeles Evening News 19 Jan 1926
Funeral services for Lewis Levy, 73 year old pioneer of Port Angeles who passed away at 4:30am Monday, will be held from the Elks Temple Wednesday at 2pm. The services will be conducted by Naval Lodge of Elks No.353, of which Mr. Levy has been a member for several years.
The Masonic Lodge of this city, to which Mr. Levy also belonged, will furnish the pallbearers. Out of respect for the memory of the late Lewis Levy, Mayor W B Hedrick has issued a proclamation asking the stores of the city to close from 2 to 2:30pm Wednesday.
The remains will be shipped to Victoria where interment will be made by the Masonic order of that city. Arrangements have been made by Lyden-Freeman Funeral Parlors.
Charles H Lewis ( d Sep 17, 1985 )
Charles H Lewis of Blue Mountain died on his 62nd birthday Wednesday at a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2pm from the McDonald Funeral Home with Rev. James Albertson of the First Methodist Church conducting the rites. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.
Mr. Lewis was born 62 years ago on Sep 17, 1885 at Walnut, IN. He has lived in Clallam County since he was 12 years old. His father, Aaron Lewis, came to Port Angeles in 1896 and took up a quarter-section homestead on the Blue Mountain road. Lewis arrived with his mother and brother Claude in 1898. At that time the family had to travel all day by horse and wagon from Port Angeles to each their farm.
In 1914 Mr. Lewis was married to Emily Campbell. Three children were born to them: Emily, Helen and Barbara. The Lewises moved in 1916 to their present home on the Blue Mountain road which is now on the new highway.
Mr. Lewis engaed in loddging operations and carpenter work and cleared his farm. In 1937 he built the R-Corner grocery and service station which he operated until 1946 when he sold it to his sin-in-law Chad Brown.
Surviving are his widow, Emily Lewis, 3 daughters, Mrs. Earl Goodman, Everett; Mrs. Don Conover, Anchorage, Alaska; Mrs. Chad Brown of Port Angeles; 7 grandchildren, 6 boys and a girl; 4 brothers, Ollie Lewis, Kamloops, BC; Sam Lewis, Corvalis, OR; Will Lewis, Suquamish, WA; Elda Lewis, Port Townsend; and one siter, Mrs. Iva Meyers of Duvall, WA.
Marie Huelsdonk Lewis ( d 4 Dec 1993 )
A memorial service for Marie Huelsdonk Lewis, 91, will be at 2pm Saturday at the Fellowship Hall of the Forks Congregational Church. Mrs. Lewis died Saturday, Dec 4, 1993 in Forks.
The last remaining daughter of John Huelsdonk, the famed "Iron Man of the Hoh," and Dora Wolf Huelsdonk, she was born July 27, 1902 in Spruce. She attended Bellingham Normal school before marrying Charles A Lewis on May 7, 1927. She and her husband ran the Wilgo Fir Farm until 1941, and raised Black Angus cattle on land across the Hoh River from the Huelsdonk homestead.
Survivors include a daughter, Marilyn Lewis of Forks; a granddaughter and 2 step-grandchildren. Her husband Charley died in 1979 and she was also preceded in death by sisters Lena, Dora and Elizabeth and daughter Belline.
Mount Olympus Funeral Home is in charge.
Minnie M Pellerin Lewis ( d 28 Jan 1982 )
Memorial service for Minnie M Lewis, 92, will be Monday at the Presbyterian Church United. Friends may call 9am to noon Monday at the Harper-Ridgeview Chapel. Private family burial service will follow at Ocean View Cemetery. The Rev. Ted Mattie will officiate.
Mrs. Lewis of Port Angeles died Thursday. She was born May 30, 1889, in Port Angeles, daughter of Harvey and Mary Pellerin. Her parents came to the Puget Sound Cooperative Colony in 1888.
She married Charles Lewis in Port Angeles Nov 3, 1906; Mrs. Lewis worked as a telephone operator at the Lake Crescent Exchange for 17 years. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of American, the Port Angeles Historical Society and the Presbyterian Church United.
She is survived by one son, Lyle Lewis of Windsor, California; 3 daughters, Dorothy Williams of Bremerton, Josie Lamoureux of Gig Harbor and Earline Boyd of Port Angeles; 6 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild.
Bertha Leyendecker ( d June 17, 1946 )
Mrs. Bertha Leyendecker, a pioneer resident of the West End of Clallam County, passed away Monday night after a long illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ella Covington, on the Elwah River. Funeral services for Mrs. Leyendecker will be held Friday at 2pm at the Forks Congregational Church. Rev. Evan David will conduct the services. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Forks Mortuary.
Bertha Leyendecker was born at Tribben, Germany, near Berlin on Oct 12, 1862 and passed away on June 17 after a lingering illness. At the time of "Grandma" Leyendecker's death, she was 83 years old.
"Grandma" Leyendecker, as she was favoritely known, came to her aunt's home in Milwaukee, WI from Germany at the age of 16. In 1885/6 [ ? ] she married John Leyendecker.
Mr. and Mrs. Leyendecker came to Seattle in 1889 and lived there a year. In Aug 1890, they came by boat to LaPush and took up a homestead. Later, they moved to the present Leyendecker farm on the lower Sol Duc River.
Mr. Leyendecker and 2 sons, William and Ed, preceded Mrs. Leyendecker in death. The surviving relatives include, beside a host of friends: 3 daughters, Mrs. Mary Wilson, Forks; Mrs. Margaret Petersen, Kodiak, Alaska; Mrs. Ella Coventon, Port Angeles; 3 sons, Joe, Chris and Frank Leyendecker, all of Forks; 16 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
John Joseph Leyendecker ( 30 Mar 1929 )
John Joseph Leyendecker, 75, resident of the Bogachiel Valley for the past 36 years, passed away at his home there March 30.
Born in Rhineland, Germany, March 4, 1854, Mr. Leyendecker came to America when he was 25 years old, living first in Milwaukee, WI and afterwards in Detroit, MI, moving to Seattle when Washington was still a territory.
The late Mr. Leyendecker was married to Ruth Woyda, and 9 children were born to the couple, 8 of whom and the widow survive. The children are: Mrs. Mary Wilson, Bogachiel; Mrs. Margaret Peterson, Tacoma; Mrs. Ella Coventon, Elwah; and Joseph, Edward, William, Chris and Frank Leyendecker, all of the West End of the county.
Funeral services are to be held at the Quillayute Church in charge of Dewey Lyden Company, funeral directors, Tuesday at 1pm. Rev. Flannagan of Forks will officiate. Interment will be in Quillayute Cemetery.
Nellie Leyendecker, aged 31, was found drowned in the river, where the Bogachiel joins the Sol Duc, Tuesday night after a search that started when her horse returned riderless. She had been swimming the horse across the river, as she had been accustomed to doing, when she fell into the water, how, no one knows.
Mrs. Leyendecker had been the guest of "Grandma" Klahn and her son William for the mid day meal, and when she left, took off at a gallop across the field. They had cautioned her against swimming the river on her horse, but she had done so often and was not to be persuaded. Her intention was to cross to her home and then cross the river again to go to Johnny Hermanson's place with a message. On her second crossing disaster overtook her.
According to one of her sisters, who has arrived in Forks, the victim of the tragic accident was able to swim. She rode a big, spirited horse that she had under perfect control. However, a horse easily becomes panic stricken when swimming and is awkward when in the water, and it is possible that he may have struck a snag and floundered. Mrs. Leyendecker wore high heeled cowgirl boots, and one of them was missing when the body was found. There was no mark on the body, as there would have bee if, for instance, she had been struck by the horse's head.
Joe Leyendecker, her brother-in-law, notified Deputy Sheriff Holenstein at 7:15 that she was missing, and a search party was immediately organized. The help of the Coast Guard was enlisted at 9:30 and at 10:15, just 15 minutes after they got their boat in the water, they had recovered the body. Neighbors report that they had heard someone shouting in the river at the time they later found that she had drowned. At the time, however, they had thought the cries were made by children swimming and detected no note of distress. The accident is believed to have happened about 1:30 pm.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2pm at the Assembly of God Church.
The deceased is survived by a daughter and a son, both under ten, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monce Bergstrom and 2 brothers, Leonard and Owen, of Ontario, OR; 2 sisters, Mrs. Cleo Welsh of Canyonville, OR; and Mrs. Emily Sweazy of Puyallup; a grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Lyon and aunt Mrs. George Critchfield, who live near Port Angeles at Dry Creek; an uncle, Clifford Lyon of Idaho and other relatives.
Her husband, William Leyendecker, was killed in a woods accident Sep 23, 1937. The parents and Mrs. Sweazy have arrived here.
John Henry Leyh
John Henry Leyh, 52, of 1108 W 9th St., pioneer logger and Olympic National Forest employee, died Sunday after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 1pm Wednesday at the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. Carl E Fischer officiating.
Mr. Leyh was born in Bellingham July 23, 1902 to Mr. and Mrs. John Leyh, pioneers of Clallam Bay. He went to Clallam Bay when a few days old. His parents were homesteaders near that place. Later the family moved to Joyce and then to Port Angeles.
His father was a woodsman and sawmill man and young Leyh entered the woods as a logger when he was 15 years old. He was a logger, boomman, sawmill and shingle mill worker.
He was first employed by the Olympic National Forest in 1935 at seasonal work and started working steadily for the forest service in 1940.
Until his last illness, he was a member of the Olympic National Forest's timber division, working under District Ranger Sanford Floe out of Snider Ranger Station.
His experiences in the woods cover a period of more than 37 years. During the era he saw the steam donkey and skid roads go out and modern methods replace them.
Surviving relatives include his mother, Rosa Grant and 2 sisters, Margaret McMurray and Rosa Andis, all of Port Angeles.
Arthur Liljedahl ( bu Ocean View Cemetery July 5, 1972 )
Funeral services for Arthur Liljedahl, 78, who died at Joyce Sunday will be held at 2pm, Wednesday at Ridgeview Chapel. Pastor LaVerne Nelsen will officiate. Burial will follow at Ocean View Cemetery.
Mr. Liljedahl was a native of this area. He was born at Piedmont on Lake Crescent Oct 25, 1893, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Liljedahl. He attended schools in the Joyce area. He was married to Rose Napiontek in Port Angeles Jul 1, 1925. She survives at the family home in Joyce.
His entire lifetime was spent in the Joyce area. He worked as a logging donkey engineer in various log camps in Clallam and Jefferson counties. Mr. Liljedahl retired from logging in 1960 but continued his interest in his farm and gardening. He was also active in the Liljedahl musical group, taking part in many events in other areas as well as locally. He was a veteran of military service in W.W.I. He was also a charter member of the Crescent Grange.
In addition to the widow, he is survived by 2 sons: Lawrence and Floyd. Liljedahl, both of Joyce and 2 sisters, Mrs. Bertha Hofmann, Port Angeles and Mrs. Ida Cunningham, Everett.
Axel Liljedahl ( d 29 Mar 1951 )
Axel Liljedahl, 79, of Joyce, died in a Port Angeles hospital today after an extended illness. Services will be Saturday at 2pm at the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. Carl E Fischer officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
Mr. Liljedahl was a native of Finland, where he was born March 1, 1872 at Christinastad. He went to Canada in 1888 and was employed by a railroad. In 1890 he came to Clallam County, homesteading at Piedmont on Lake Crescent where he worked for Hall and Bishop. He moved to Joyce in 1910 and worked for the late Michael Earls at Port Crescent.
Mr. Liljedahl married Johanna Baker at Port Townsend in 1890. She died Feb 28, 1931.
Surviving are 5 sons, Alfred, Arthur, Henry, John and Edward Liljedahl, all of Joyce and 2 daughters, Mrs. Bertha Hoffman of Joyce and Mrs. Ida Gunningham of Darrington.
Johanna Liljedahl ( Port Angeles Evening News 2 Mar 1931 )
Mrs. Johanna Liljedahl, 66, resident of Clallam County for the past 42 years, died at a local hospital last Saturday after having been ill for 2 years.
Born August 25, 1865, in Kantlay, Finland, the late Mrs. Liljedahl came here as a young woman and was married to Axel Liljedahl at Port Townsend April 17, 1891. The family lived near Port Crescent in the early days, later homesteading a farm in the Joyce section. Their last home was in the section just west of Eden Valley on what was formerly the Harry Nelson farm. It was here that they lived until Mrs. Liljedahl was brought to a hospital last Wednesday.
There are 7 children, the husband, 10 grandchildren and numerous other relatives, all residents of the county who survive.
The sons are Alfred, Arthur, Henry, John and Edward and the daughters Mrs. Charles Hoffman and Mrs. E K Cunningham. Funeral services are to be a 2pm Tuesday from the chapel of Dewey Lyden Company, funeral directors, with Rev. E H Beilstein officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
The late Mrs. Liljedahl was a life long member of the Lutheran Church.
Mary J Napiontek Liljedahl ( d July 14, 1991 Pinsula Daily News issue of Jul 16, 1991 )
Funeral services for Mary J Liljedahl, 86, of Port Angeles, will be the 11am Wednesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Pastor Charles Mays will officiate. Mrs. Liljedahl died Sunday, July 14, 1991, in Port Angeles. She was born Sept 19, 1904 in Clallam Bay, to Albert and Rhoda Napiontek. She married Henry Liljedahl on Dec 21, 1920 in Port Angeles.
Mrs. Liljedahl was the daughter of a Joyce pioneer family and had lived in that area all her life. She was grand pioneer of Joyce Daze in 1985. She attended Ramapo school and was a member of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Crescent Grange, Pomona and national Granges, Orthopedic Guild, Salt Creek Birthday Club and Mary Martha Circle at Holy Trinity.
Survivors include her son, Richard Liljedahl of Port Angeles; daughter June Erickson of Port Angeles; 6 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, son George Arnold, a sister and 5 brothers.
Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
Rose Napiontek Liljedahl ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Mar 28, 1980 )
Funeral services for Rose Liljedahl, 72, 415 E Vashon Ave., will be at 1pm Friday at Ridgeview Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Dooley of the First United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be at Ocean View Cemetery. Mrs. Liljedahl died Monday in Port Angeles.
She was born Aug 15, 1907 in Port Angeles to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Napiontek. She attended school at Port Crescent and the Ramapo school in the Joyce area. Mrs. Liljedahl lived all of her life in the Joyce and Port Angeles areas. On July 1, 1925, she married Arthur Liljedahl in Port Angeles. Mr. Liljedahl died in 1972.
Mrs. Liljedahl was a member of the World War I Veterans' Auxiliary, Pomona Grange, Friendship Organ Club, the Salt Creek Sewing Club, and was a charter member of the Crescent Grange.
Survivors are 2 sons, Lawrence and Floyd Liljedahl, both of Port Angeles; a brother, Paul Napiontek, and a sister, Mary Liljedahl, both of Port Angeles.
Alvin T Linn ( d Sep 10, 1973 )
Services for Alvin T Linn, 86, 104 E 3rd St., will be Friday at 1pm at Ridgeview Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Dooley officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery. Mr. Linn died Monday in Port Angeles. He was a member of one of the pioneer families of Port Angeles, living on the family's original land-grant homestead since 1893.
He was born Dec 11, 1886 in Osage, KS. In 1893 he moved to Port Angeles with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linn.
A retired employee of Port Angeles schools, he was a lifetime member of the Naval Lodge of Elks, belonging for 55 years.
He is survived by his brother, Harry Linn, Quilcene.
Amanda Anderson Linn ( d Jan 8, 1958 )
Amanda Linn, 91, of 104 E 3rd St., Port Angeles resident 67 years, died Wednesday evening after an illness of several months. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1pm at the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. Carl E Fischer officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery. [bu Jan 11, 1958 ]
She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, born in Sweden, Oct 7, 1866. She and her husband, C J Linn, came to Port Angeles in 1891. They took up a lot that year on the government reserve that was to be family home all her life. Their 3rd St. home was in the deep woods until the Port Angeles government reservation later was opened and first trails and then streets were built. She was a member of the Puget Sound Cooperative Colony that settled at Ennis Creek. Mr. Linn died in 1929.
Mrs. Linn was a charter member of the Royal Neighbors Lodge and of the Port Angeles Altruistic Club in which she was very active in charitable work over a period of many years.
Surviving are 3 sons: A T Linn, Port Angeles; Victor Linn, Port Townsend; and Harry Linn, Los Angeles; 2 daughters, Mrs. R H Boyd and Mrs. Paul Neer, both of Port Angeles; 2 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Charles J Linn ( Port Angeles Evening News 25 June 1929 )
Charles J Linn, 68, for 38 years one of the sterling pioneers of this city, passed away at his home 103 E 3rd St., Monday evening after an illness of 2 years that became acute Sunday night.
Born in Sweden March 20, 186[?], Mr. Linn came to America in 1881 and was married in Osage City, Kansas, Nov. 17, 1885. The young couple came to Port Angeles in March, 1891 and Mr. Linn was first employed in the old colony mill and for years afterwards worked steadily in various shingle mills as a knee bolter.
A short time after coming here, Mr. Linn purchased the land where the family home is from the man who had homesteaded it shortly before. He carried the lumber up the high hill betweenback to build a home. There is lumber in the old family home yet that was sawed in the Colony [Puget Sound Cooperative Colony] mill and carried by hand and put in place.
In 1913, Mr. Linn to a position as Janitor in the Roosevelt school and worked steadily there for 12 years, then being transferred to the Jefferson school, where he worked until 2 years ago when illness forced him to retire.
Survivors are the widow and 6 children. The children are: Albin, of Port Angeles; Mildred of Port Angeles; Victor, of Port Townsend; Harry of Los Angeles; Mrs. Helen Neer, Port Angeles; and Elmer of Port Townsend.
Funeral services are to be held at 2pm Thursday from the chapel of Dewey Lyden Company, funeral directors with Rev. C E Fulmer officiating. Interment will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
The late Mr. Linn was one of that dwindling band of pioneers who came to Port Angeles when it was but a small town. He was known always as a hard-working man who took an interest in building up a home for himself and his family.
George Lippert ( d 29 Mar 1950 )
Funeral services for George Lippert, 63, will be Saturday at 11:30am in the chapel of the McDonald Funeral Home with Rev. Carl E Fischer officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery. Mr. Lippert died at his Freshwater Bay home, west of Port Angeles, Wednesday, as the result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
He was born Nov. 24, 1886, in San Francisco and came here 59 years ago with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. George Lippert, Sr.
Mr. Lippert was one of the developers of the Olympic Hot Springs, building the trail to that resort in 1914. During the first world war he was a member of the 126th Spruce division and was discharged from service in 1919. He leased the Sol Duc Hot Springs in 1922 and operated that resort for 5 years.
After leaving the Sol Duc he operated summer resorts n the state, including Garner hot springs at Index, Benbow Lake at Kapowsin and Pioneer park at Olympic. For the past 2 years he operated a farm in the Freshwater district with his brother Edward.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Josie Hart, Port Angeles; a brother, Edward of Freshwater; nieces Mrs. Evelyn Chernut and Mrs. Fred Larsen and nephews, Harold and Verne Hart, all of Port Angeles, and a nephew, Edwin Hart of Chicago.
Bessie C Seaman Lipsett ( d Dec 14, 1927 )
Bessie C Lipsett, 55, pioneer resident of Clallam County, passed away at 4:15 am today after a lingering illness.
Mrs. Lipsett came to Dungeness 38 years ago with Mr. and Mrs. C W Thompson. She was married to Hamilton J Lipsett, pioneer Dungeness merchant who survives here. Mrs. Lipsett came here 2 years ago to make her home, having lived in Seattle and previous to that in Port Townsend. She was born in Nova Scotia, March 3, 1872.
Surviving relatives besides the husband, are two sons, Hamilton C Lipsett and Hilton Lipsett, both of Port Angeles, and a daughter, Mrs. Rupert Young, also of this city. There are 2 brothers, William J Seaman of Tacoma and Silas Seaman of Nova Scotia, and 4 sisters, Mrs. Eliza Batis, Mrs. Minnie Megson, Mrs. Georgia Savage, all of Boston, MA, and Mrs. Jennie McLeod of Nova Scotia.
The late Mrs. Lipsett was a member of the Port Townsend Chapter Order of Eastern Star and of the Presbyterian Church.
Funeral services are to be held Friday at 1:30pm from the chapel of Lyden & Freeman, funeral directors, this city, and burial will be in the family plot in Dungeness Cemetery. Rev. Davis of the Presbyterian Church will conduct the services.
Harold R Littlefield ( Herald, Sep 23, 1971 )
Funeral services were exemplified by members of the local post of Veterans of World War One for Harold R Littlefield in Ridgeview Chapel and at Mt. Angeles Memorial Park Tuesday, Sep 21. A fellow member, the Rev. Harold Sortor presided. Pallbearers were W.W.I members George Mogan, Ed York, Donnel Bailey, Ernest Roth, Al Willliams and Dick Pursley.
Mr. Littlefield died Friday, Sep 17. He was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Littlefield in West Acton, MA, July 29, 1866. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, who lives in the family home in Port Angeles.
Coming from California to attend the service were nephew Ralph Littlefield and his wife, Eleanor, of Oakland, son Harold Jr. of Santa Rosa and from Bellevue, a niece Charlotte Cowling.
Mr. Littlefield came to Port Angeles in 1913 when he was a professional baseball player. After W.W.I he went into the dairy business in Port Angeles.
He was a member of the W.W.I Post, Angeles Grange, Golden Ager club and the Historical Society.
Lura Lee McGill Lovejoy Littlefield
Mrs. Lura Lee Littlefield, 75, wife of Harold Littlefield, 210 W 12th St., died Wednesday after a short illness. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1pm at the Harper Funeral Home with the Rev. Lloyd Holloway and Eastern Star officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.
She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGill, born Feb 24, 1885 in Fulda, MN. She came to Port Angeles with her family in 1902. Her father operated a salmon cannery here.
She married Sebastian Lovejoy here in 1905. He died in 1912. She married Harold Littlefield in Kentshill, Maine, May 1, 1913. The couple returned to Port Angeles the same year as their marriage.
Mrs. Littlefield was a life member and past matron of Esther Chapter Order of Eastern Star, organizer of the local lodge of Rainbow Girls while matron of the OES. She was a member of the Order of the Amaranth Juan de Fuca Chapter, member of the GAR Auxiliary, past president of the Woman's Literary Club and of the Come and Help Club and member of First Methodist Church.
Surviving relatives include her husband, Harold Littlefield, Port Angeles; son Harold J Littlefield, Santa Rosa, CA; 3 grandchildren.
Mrs. Rose Littleton, 82, resident of Port Angeles for 47 years, for many years operator of Rosemary Inn on Lake Crescent, died at a local hospital this morning after a long illness. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2pm at the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. H R Cederberg officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.
Mrs. Littleton was born Jan 16, 1863 at Versailles, IN and came to Port Angeles from Florence, CO in 1898.
Mrs. Littleton established Marymere Tavern, near Barnes Creek, Lake Crescent in 1906 and in 1914 established Rosemary Inn, one of the show places of the west. Mrs. Littleton operated Rosemary until a few years ago when she sold to the Olympic National Park.
Rosemary, under her guidance, became one of the most noted resorts in the country and its proprietor was known all over the United States for her hospitality, and the high character of the resort over which she presided.
After selling Rosemary, Mrs. Littleton made her home at 735 E 6th St. She was a member of the Baptist Church and Esther Chapter, Order of Eastern Star.
Surviving is a son, Gerald G Sullivan, Port Angeles; a sister and 2 nieces and nephews living in the east.
Effie Ecker Lockhart ( d Oct 12, 1973 )
Funeral services were conducted Monday for Mrs. Effie Lockhart, 96, at Price Hilton Chapel in Auburn. Mrs. Lockhart died there Oct 12. The Rev. Harold Williams of the Methodist church officiated. Burial was at Mountain View Cemetery in Auburn.
Mrs. Lockhart was an early pioneer of Port Angeles. She and her husband, Ernest Lockhart, came here in 1898 from Sedan, KS. They moved to Hadlock in 1913 and to Auburn in 1921. Later they returned to live here for 10 years.
Mrs. Lockhart was born Oct 5, 1877, in Missouri, to George and Jane Ecker. She married Mr. Lockhart in 1896 and he died in 1939.
She is survived by sons, Arthur of Port Angeles and Floyd of Auburn; 3 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Christian Christiansen Lollick ( Port Angeles Evening News of Wednesday Mar 7, 1926 )
Christian Christiansen Lollick, age 91 years and 14 days, died at midnight Monday at his residence on 127 W 10th St., Port Angeles and the funeral services will be held Friday at 10:30am at the Lyden & Freeman funeral parlors with interment at Ocean View Cemetery.
Mr. Lollick has been a resident of Port Angeles since 1888 when he came here with the Puget Sound Cooperative Colony and operated a butcher shop, later working as a glazier for William Martin. He sold is property down near where the Johnson & Bork sign shop is now and made one trip back to Denmark.
He was born in Denmark March 2, 1835 and came to the United States 50 years ago. He was joined in marriage in Denmark to Christina Muller and they were happily married for 66 years, she passing away in Port Angeles in Dec, 1916. The family first moved to Iowa and later to Portland, from where the came to Port Angeles.
He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. E R Gehrke, living at 127 W 10th St; daughter Mrs. Marie Sterendorf, Denmark; a son, Peter Lollick of Port Angeles and a son, C C Lollick, San Francisco. Twenty-one grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren survive him.
Mr. Lollick was a member of the Danish Society of America, with headquarters in Clinton, Iowa.
Christina Muller Lollick ( Port Angeles Evening News issuse of Sat, Dec 30, 1916 )
The funeral of Mrs. Lollick, mother of Mrs. E R Gehrke, will be held tomorrow morning from the Fulmer Chapel.
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Mr. Lollick, whose wife died of pneumonia Thursday is very low with the same condition.
Azalea M Lomax ( d Nov 12, 1990 )
A funeral service for Neah Bay resident Azalea M Lomax, 62, will be at 1pm Sunday at the Neah Bay Community Center. The Rev. Oliver Charles will officiate. Burial will be in Neah Bay Cemetery. Viewing will be from 10am to 4pm Thursday and Friday at Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Lomax died Monday, Nov 12, 1990 in Port Angeles.
She was born Feb 27, 1928, in Neah Bay. Mrs. Lomax had been a lifetime resident of Neah Bay. She was a first elder of the 1910 Shakers and CHR for the Neah Bay clinic until the time of her illness.
Survivors include her mother, Viola Johnson of Neah Bay; 3 sons, Daniel Wilson and Robert Tageant, both of Neah Bay, and Marlon Tageant of Seattle; 2 daughters, Sharon Wilson and Rose Tageant, both of Neah Bay; 14 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren; and one brother, William Dewey Johnson of Neah Bay.
Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Bruce Benjamin Long ( Jan 14, 1989 )
A memorial service for Bruce Benjamin Long, 73, of Renton, was Jan 16 at St. Mathew's Church in Renton. Mr. Long died Saturday, Jan 14, 1989, in Renton.
He was born July 8, 1915 in Eden Valley to Frank and Mary Long. He graduated from Crescent High School and worked as a logger in Forks.
He married Gertrude Oars in Port Angeles and moved to Renton were he was a mail carrier for the US Postal Service for 30 years, retiring in 1980.
Mr. Long was a member of the Postal Service Union and St. Mathew's Church.
Survivors include his wife, Gertrude Long of Renton; one son, Allen Long of Renton; 3 daughters, Virginia Hess of Pennsylvania, Carmen Sandman and Sonja Warren of Renton; 7 grandchildren; 1 brother, Leo Long of Port Angeles; 4 sisters, Eva Conrad and Cirena Fairservice, both of Port Angeles; Ethel Skavdal of Olympia; and Frances Vogel of Pasco. Two brothers, Bill and Charlie Long, preceded him in death.
Faull Renton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
James F Long ( d Mar 17, 1936 )
Funeral services for the late James F Long, 77, a resident of Clallam County for 52 years, who died at his Freshwater Bay home Tuesday, will be held Saturday, Mar 20 at 2pm at the Christman Mortuary. The Odd Fellows lodge will conduct the services, assisted by Rev. C E Fulmer. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
James F. Long was born at Willow Hill, Illinois, Oct 4, 1858. He came to Clallam County in 1884 when Washington was a territory and Dungeness was the county seat of Clallam County.
It was in 1885 that Mr. Long homesteaded the ranch on which he lived until his death. The original log cabin he built when he started clearing a home out of the wilderness remains on the place.
The late Mr. Long always took an active part in social and community affairs and had a wide circle of friends among the old time residents. He was a regular attendant at Pioneer Association reunions and liked to tell of his early experiences. Mr. Long was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge for over 40 years and was a charter member of the Rebekah lodge.
Mary E. Dinsmore and James F Long were married here in 1889. They had 8 children born to them, all of whom live in or near Port Angeles, except one son who is in the US Army.
The surviving relatives are the widow and the following sons and daughters: William F Long; Mrs. I A Skavdal, Mrs. Charles F Dalton, Leo Long, Mrs. David Fairservice, Charles Long, Miss Frances Long, all of Clallam County and Bruce B Long at Fort McDowell, California. There are also 10 grandchildren.
Long, Janie ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of 18 May 1967 )
A graveside service was held at 3 p.m. today at Mt. Angeles Cemetery for Janie Long, 76, 829 Tyler Street, Port Townsend. Mrs. Long died at her home on Monday.
She was born in Sequim where she attended school and lived until her marriage. She and her husband moved to Coqville, Ore., in 1920 where they lived five years. In 1925 they moved to Port Angeles, and then to Port Townsend in 1933.
Mrs. Long's father was the first white boy born in Clallam Co.
She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star in Coqville.
She is survived by a son, Robert, Tacoma; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Bever, Portland, and Mrs. M. P. Button, San Mateo; a grandson, Robert J. Long, Vietnam; a granddaughter, Mrs. Steven Green, Tacoma, and two great-grandchildren.
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Lillie Mae [Mix] Long (d 13 Nov 1942 )
Old Time Settler Joins Majority
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie May Long, 79, who passed away last Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Rice, were held in Trinity Methodist Church at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. H. R. Cederberg of Port Angeles reading the service. Interment followed in Sequim View Cemetery.
Lillie May mix was born at LaPorte, Indiana, November 4, 1863 and was married to John Russell Long at Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, December 18, 1884. The family moved to Sequim in 1902, where Mr. Long and brother operated a sawmill, later engaging in carpentry until his death in 1920. Following her husbands death Mrs. Long has resided with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Rice, in Port Angeles.
Six children were born to the couple, all of whom survive. These are five daughters; Mrs. Dora McKissick and Mrs. Fred Rice of Port Angeles; Mrs. Myrtle Grant, Clinton; Mrs. Grace Sands, Bremerton; Mrs. Viola Jackson, Sequim; and one son, Frank Long, of Deleau, Minnesota. There are three sisters and one brother living in the east, and one brother F.A. Mix of Port Angeles. Six grandchildren and one great grandchild survive.
Mrs. Long made many friends during her 20-year residence in Sequim, who regret her passing.
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Mathew Ray Long ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of 10 Oct 1956 )
Mathew Ray Long, 67, resident of Port Townsend the past 23 years and former Port Angeles and Sequim resident, died in an accident early Monday morning at Indian Island Annex of the U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot.
Long, employed at the depot since 1947, was repairing an automatic crane boom when the accident occurred. The boom assembly dropped from its top position crushing him underneath. Long was working alone at the time and no one witnessed the accident. Coworkers estimated time of the accident at 8:15 a.m. Monday. Finding him a few minutes after that time, they rushed Long to St. John's Hospital in Port Townsend, but he died en route.
Long made his home at 829 Tyler Street in Port Townsend and was active in Masonic circles. Port Townsend Lodge 6 F & AM, a life member of Al Kader Temple of the Shrine in Portland, the Jefferson County Shrine Club and a life membership of the Port Angeles Gun Club which he helped organize.
Born in Detroit Lakes, Minn., he was the son of Robert and Ella Long and came with them to live in Sequim in 1903, at the age of 14. He attended schools there and married Jane Myers of Sequim on June 30, 1912. Miss Myers' father was the first white male child born in Clallam County.
Long opened a garage in Sequim in 1915, operating it until 1919. When the family moved to Coquille, Ore. to live until 1925, then returning to Port Angeles. Here he worked as a salesman for V. A. Samuelson and for eight years as shop foreman for H. T. Swanson.
In 1933 he moved to Port Townsend where he owned and operated an automobile agency. He began working for the Navy Department in 1942 and since 1947 has been employed by the Indian Island Annex.
Masonic funeral services will be held Thursday, at 1 p.m. at the Masonic Temple in Port Townsend with the Rev. Bertram Robins participating minister. Interment will follow in Mt. Angeles Cemetery here, With Masonic graveside services.
Surviving relatives include one son, Robert A. Long and two grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Hattie Grant, and one brother, Roy Long, both of Sequim.
Stroud's Funeral Chapel of Port Townsend is in charge of funeral arrangements.
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Mary Elizabeth Dinsmore Long
Mary Elizabeth Long, 82, pioneer Port Angeles resident, died early Monday morning at the Odd Fellows' Home at Walla Walla. Funeral services will be held at the Harper Funeral Home Thursday at 11am with the Rev. John F Como officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery. The Rebekah Lodge will hold ritualistic services at the graveside.
Mrs. Long was born Mary Elizabeth Dinsmore in Purcell's Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada, April 30, 1875. She came to Port Angeles with her mother in 1897. She married James F Long here July 5, 1899. Mr. Long died in 1936.
Mrs. Long was a life member of Rebekah Lodge and former member of Pomona Grange.
Surviving relatives include 4 daughters, Eva Conrad and Mrs. David Fairservice, both of Port Angeles; Ethel Skavdal, Olympia; Mrs. Merle Vogel, Richland, WA; 4 sons, Bruce and Charles Long, both of Port Angeles, William Long of Forks and Leo Long, North Bend, WA; 22 grandchildren.
William Long ( d 6 Jan 1934 )
PASSES AT HOME IN EVERETT
William Long, 87, died at his home at 4209 Grand Avenue in Everett last Saturday after a brief illness.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mae L. Ware of Bellingham and Mrs. Inez Wilder of Seattle; three sons, Allen G. Long of Wenatchee, Fred C. Long and George Long of Everett; a sister, Mary Vaughn [Vaughan] of Long Beach, California; three brothers, George W. Long of Detroit, Minnesota, R.W. Long of Sequim, and M.L. Long of Kelso.
Funeral services will be held at the E. E. Purdy funeral home in Everett Saturday at 3:30 p.m. with Rev. H. R. McKee of the First Baptist Church officiating. Interment will follow in Evergreen cemetery.
Mr. Long was born near Oil City, Pennsylvania, Dec 24, 1846, moving to Minnesota in 1865. For 35 years Mr. Long was engaged in the lumber business in central and northern Minnesota. Moving to Sequim in 1902, Mr. Long resided here for eight years. In 1910 he moved to Wenatchee, from thence to Montana. He returned to Puget Sound in 1919, moving to Everett in 1928, where he resided until his death.
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William F Long ( bu Ocean View Cemetery May 31, 1985 )
A memorial service for William F "Bill" Long, 85, will be at 1pm Friday in Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Omer Vigoren officiating. Cremation was under the direction of Mt. Angeles Crematory with inurnment in Ocean View Cemetery.
Mr. Long died May 26 in Port Angeles where he was born Mar 5, 1900 to James F and Mary Dinsmore Long.
He worked as a logger for most of his life. Mr. Long served with the US Army engineers during WWII.
He is survived by 2 brothers, Leo Long of Port Angeles and Bruce Long of Renton, WA; 4 sisters, Sernia Fairservice and Eva Conrad, both of Port Angeles, Ethel Skavdal of Olympia and Frances Vogel of Pasco, WA.
Dot A. Lonn (The Daily News issue of Dec 3, 1987 )
A funeral service for Dot A. Lonn, 87, of Port Angeles. will be at 1pm Friday at Harper-Ridgeview Chapel. The Rev. Larry Nicholson and members of the Port Angeles VFW Auxiliary will officiate. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery. Mrs. Lonn died Monday, Nov 30, 1987, in Puyallup.
She was born Nov 9, 1900, in Port Angeles to Andrew J. and Gertrude Arnason Andresen, who were members of the Puget Sound Cooperative Colony, coming to Port Angeles in 1888. Mrs. Lonn graduated from Port Angeles High School in 1918 and was employed as a bookkeeper or Olympic Laundry and Cleaners for 40 years.
She married Joe Lonn Oct 10, 1936, in Tacoma. He died Oct 1,1976.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Port Angeles VFW Auxiliary, Military Order of Cooties Auxiliary, World War I Auxiliary, Clallam County Historical Society, Women of the Moose, and the Independent Order of Foresters. Survivors include a nephew, Lt. Col. Doric Ball, Ret., of Puyallup and 3 cousins, June Olson, Florence Vars and Thorkel Arnason, all of Victoria, BC.
Lt. Carl A Lonsdale, USCG (Ret.) ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Sep 22, 1960 )
Lt. Carl A Lonsdale, USCG (Ret.), 60, of Rt. 3, Port Angeles succumbed to a heart attack Monday while enroute in a coast Guard plane to Seattle for medical attention. Funeral services will be held at the Harper Funeral Home Thursday at 1pm with the Rev. James McDowell officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
He was the son of Capt. and Mrs. Lorenz A Lonsdale, born April 19, 1900 on Roche Island, WA. The elder Lonsdale later was an officer in the Coast Guard. The year of his birth Carl A Lonsdale came to Clallam County with his family. His father homesteaded that year in the Lake Ozette area. They came to Port Angeles in 1908 where Carl A Lonsdale attended school while his parents were living on the family farm in the Mt. Angeles Road district. He entered the Coast Guard as a fireman apprentice June 6, 1924. He retired as a lieutenant March 3, 1946. Since his retirement, Lt. Lonsdale has resided on the family farm.
He was a member of the Angeles Grange and the Retired Officers Association.
Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Helen Lonsdale, and a daughter, Mrs. Charles Hassell, both of Port Angeles; a son, Lt. Adrian Lonsdale, USCG, Boston; a sister, Mrs. George Noel, Costa Mesa, CA; a niece, Mrs. John Hux, Portland, and 6 grandchildren.
Lorenz A Lonsdale ( d 1 Apr 1953 )
Lorenz A Lonsdale, 85, retired Coast Guard officer, died in a Seattle hospital Wednesday evening. His home was at 832 Victoria St.
Masonic funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2pm at the Harper Funeral Home. The Masonic Lodge will open at the temple at 1pm for Masons attending the services.'
Mr. Lonsdale was born in Germany, Nov. 21, 1867. He came to the United States in 1885. In 1900 he homesteaded at Lake Ozette. No trails or roads were in the area at that time and supplies were taken by boat around Cape Flattery and up the Ozette River.
He became a mariner operating and piloting tugs in the strait and sound. In 1908 he passed an examination for pilot in the Coast Guard service.
One of his first duties was pilot on the Coast Guard Cutter "Snohomish" on her maiden voyage from the east coast to Port Angeles. He was stationed aboard the "Shohomish" here had later became skipper of the cutter "Arcadia," stationed here during prohibition days.
The cutter's duty was mostly catching rum runners from Vancouver Island. He had many thrilling adventures during that period when chasing the speedy smugglers of the rum running fleet. He was one of the officers here who commissioned a Coast Guard base on Ediz Hook.
Mr. Lonsdale retired in 1930 with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer in the Coast Guard and had lived here since. He was a veteran of W.W.I through his service in the Coast Guard in the war years. He was a member of Port Angeles Lodge #69, F&AM.
Carrying on the family tradition is a grandson Lt. (jg) Adrian L Lonsdale of the Coast Guard Cutter "Winona." The young man graduated from the Coast Guard Academy at New London, CT.
Other survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Hannah L Noes, Santa Ana, California; a son, Carl L Lonsdale, Port Angeles; and 2 other grandchildren.
Gladys N. Looker ( Peninsula Daily News issue of 30, 1988 )
A funeral service for Gladys N. Looker, 77, of Port Angeles, will be held at 2pm Saturday at Harper-Ridgeview Chapel. Retired pastor T. J. Herr of the Seventh Day Adventist Church will officiate. Cremation will follow. Mrs. Looker died Sunday, June 26, 1988 in Port Angeles.
She was born Dec 15, 1910, to James and Mary Zaccardo Nason in Blyn in the log cabin which is now in the Pioneer Memorial Park in Sequim. She attended schools in Blyn and Sequim, graduating from Sequim High School in 1928. She moved to Seattle were she was employed by Boeing, several restaurants and Harborview Hospital. Mrs. Looker moved to Port Angeles in 1976 following her retirement. She was a member of the Lincoln Heights Garden Club.
Survivors include 4 brothers, Ace Nason of Blyn, Guy Nason of Hadlock, Ray and Jon Nason, both of Port Angeles; 3 sisters, Edith Baldwin of Port Angeles, and rosemary Jones and Betty O’Connell, both of Spokane. Three brothers and one sister preceded her in death.
Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Frank Lotzgesell ( d 14 Jul 1941 )
Frank Lotzgesell, 73, perhaps the oldest native born man in Clallam County, a pioneer son of a pioneer, died at his Dungeness home, near where he was born, last night after several months' illness. Funeral services will be held next Monday at 2pm at the Sequim Methodist Church under the auspices of the Sequim Mortuary with Rev. W G R Dann reading the services. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery with the Masonic Order in charge.
The late Frank Lotzgesell was born at Dungeness Jan 30, 1868 at the family homestead established by his father, the late H Lotzgesell, in 1859. He was engaged in farming at Dungeness all his life and was perhaps one of the best known of the county's citizens.
Mr. Lotzgesell served 2 terms as county commissioner from 1912 to 1916 and from 1918 to 1924. He was a past master of the Sequim Masonic Lodge and past patron of Pilgrim Chapter Order of Eastern Star of Sequim and a member of Nile Temple, Mystic Shrine.
Mr. Lotzgesell was married to Alice Cays, daughter of a pioneer couple, on Feb 18, 1890. He leaves his widow and 2 sons, Henry and LeRoy, of Dungeness and a daughter, Mrs. F Knoph of Port Angeles. He has 2 sisters, Mrs. Harry Pilcher and Mrs. Henrietta Sidell, both of Seattle. There are 8 grandchildren. The couple observed their golden wedding anniversary last year.
Mr. Lotzgesell was one of the county's most successful farmers. He had an intimate acquaintanceship with hundreds of people and was a source of information on early day affairs and his shrewd advice on business and farming matters was often sought.
George Henry Lotzgesell ( Jan 17, 1987 The Daily News issue of Jan 20, 1987 )
The Sequim Masonic Lodge will conduct a memorial service at 2pm Feb 1 in the Sequim Masonic Temple for Henry Lotzgesell, 92, who died Saturday, Jan 17, 1987 at Olympic Memorial Hospital. Mr. Lotzgesell and his wife Minnie were injured in an auto accident Jan 4; she is recuperating at home.
George Henry Lotzgesell was born July 25, 1894 in Dungeness to Frank and Alice Cays Lotzgesell. He married Hazel Cays on Nov 10, 1916; she died in 1965. His second wife, Amanda Payne, died in 1978 after 10 years of marriage. His marriage to Minnie Lowe began in 1980.
Mr. Lotzgesell was a dairyman most of his life, renting the Lotzgesell homestead, which had been acquired by his grandfather in 1859. The homestead is now known as the MilKey Dairy. He also bought 213 acres southwest of the Dungeness Recreation Area, which is presently being developed into homesites.
Mr. Lotzgesell was a 32nd Degree Mason and a member of the Noble Mystic Shrine of the Nile Temple. He was one of the volunteers who built the Masonic Temple on Sequim Avenue. Mr. Lotzgesell was also past master of the Sequim Lodge and a past patron of the Order of Eastern Star.
He was a 65 year member of the Sequim Prairie Grange and helped organize the Mcleay Community Club. He was the last of the charter members of Sequim Rotary.
Mr. Lotzgesell joined the Sequim Chamber of Commerce when there was a membership of 8. In the 60's he and a friend built the tourist booth in Sequim which is still being used. He was also one of the founders of the Clallam Co-operative Association and served as president of the board for many years.
In 1941, he co-founded Olympic State Bank and served on the board until was purchased by PeoplesBank. He acted as a loan consultant for PeoplesBank for several years.
Survivors include his wife of Sequim; 2 daughters, Verna Brown of Sequim and Gloria Newton of Burien; 2 foster daughters, Sandra Cays McLane of Federal Way and Roxy Cays Rameriz of AK; 2 step-daughters, Genevieve Edgington and Patricia Priest, both of Sequim from his marriage to Minnie Lowe; and one stepson, Robert Payne in California from his marriage to Amanda Payne. A daughter, Phyllis Jarmuth and another infant daughter preceded him in death.
Sequim Valley Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
James H Lotzgesell, Sr. ( Port Angeles Evening News of March 29, 1981 )
James H Lotzgesell, Sr., a public official for more than 50 years and one of the first non-Indian children born in Clallam County, has died at age 86.
Mr. Lotzgesell was the grandson of county pioneer George H Lotzgesell, who established a homestead in the Dungeness Valley with a group of Indians in 1859. He was born Sep 5, 1894, and was 8 months old at the time of the first Sequim Irrigation Festival.
Funeral services are scheduled for 11am Monday at the Ridgeview Funeral Chapel. Cremation will follow the services, with member of Elks Post 353 officiating.
He recalled in a newspaper article the early festivals as a collection of baseball games, foot races, high jumping and family picnics. "There was always quite a fever connected with the early festivals, Friendly community rivalry always existed between the residents of Dungeness and the people living in Sequim," he said. Tub-of-war contest or harassing the umpire in the baseball game usually led to a fight.
Mr. Lotzgesell's grandfather came to the United States from Germany in 1852 to establish a tailoring business in New York. After sending back to Germany for his girlfriend and marrying her, the tailor moved his family to San Francisco in 1857. In 1859, he moved the family to Victoria, and crossed the Strait of Juan de Fuca in 1859 to homestead approximately 1,000 acres of the richest farmland in the Dungeness Valley.
In 1886, James' father, George, married Katy Dick.
Schooling for Mr. Lotzgesell started in the Lotzgesell school, named after the area where the family lived, and concluded with graduation from Port Angeles High School in 1908.
On Dec 25, 1920, he married Livana Moore in Bellevue. She died in 1963.
He served for 22 years with the Farm Credit Administration and spent 12 years as a Clallam County Public Utility District commissioner from 1962 to 1974. He was also president of the utility board.
In 1975 he was named Grand Pioneer of the Sequim Irrigation Festival and was honored at the festival parade.
Survivors include one son, James H Lotzgesell, Jr., a retired Naval officer and former teacher at Peninsula College. He also is survived by 3 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
John Albert Lotzgesell ( 1953 )
John Albert Lotzgesell, 58, third generation pioneer of Clallam County died in his sleep early Tuesday morning at this Mountain View Farm, Dungeness, after several months' illness. Funeral services will be held at 1pm Saturday at Trinity Methodist Church, Sequim, with the Rev. W G R Dann officiating under the direction of the McDonald Funeral Home. The remains will lie in state in the Sequim Mortuary from Thursday noon until the funeral.
He will be buried in Dungeness Cemetery that is on the hill overlooking the farm homesteaded by the first Lotzgesell almost 100 years ago and where his ancestors are buried.
Mr. Lotzgesell was born in Dungeness Oct 18, 1895. He was the son of George and Lillie Kate Dick Lotzgesell, members of the second generation of 2 prominent pioneer families of the Dungeness Valley.
He attended grade schools at Dungeness and graduated from the Port Angeles High School with the class of 1913. He was a member of football and basketball teams of the high school. His interest in sports never ceased. He attended all the high school games in this area and traveled all over the state to attend others. For many years, until his last illness, he held season tickets to all University of Washington home basketball and football games.
An active member of Sequim and Olympic Peninsula Chambers of Commerce, he was an ardent worker for better transportation to the Olympic Peninsula through better ferry service, roads and connecting bridges. He was one of the first to insist that Hood Canal bridge is essential and economically possible.
His Mountain View Farm, where he lived and which he developed, was not far from the first Lotzgesell homestead.
He was a member of the Christian Science Church of Port Angeles, Naval Lodge of Elks, Masonic Order and Order of Eastern Star. Mr. Lotzgesell married Minnie A Paulson in 1917.
Surviving are his wife at Dungeness; son Paul Dick Lotzgesell, Seattle; brother, James Lotzgesell, Dungeness; grandchildren Katherine, Paul and Kristine Lotzgesell, all of Seattle and many other relatives on the Olympic Peninsula.
Edna A Thompson Lewis Lovell ( d 28 Dec 1933 )
Mrs. Edna A Lovell, 83, beloved mother of Mrs. Minerva Troy, passed away at 1:35pm Thursday, Dec 28th, at the home of her daughter at 118 W 2nd St following a months illness. Funeral services will be held from the Episcopal Church 2pm Saturday with Rev. M McLean Goldie reading the service and the Christman Mortuary in charge of the funeral. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
Mrs. Edna Lovell was born in Arkwright, NY in 1850. Her father's name was Asa Thompson and her mother's name Leafy White. Her father taught school and then went to White Plains, NY, studied theology and was ordained a minister of the gospel. The family moved to Munroe, Ashtabula County, where Mr. Thompson carried on his religious work for several years. Later he bought a farm in Michigan, and passed away shortly after acquiring it.
Mrs. Lovell attended school in Vassar, MI and later a seminary in PA. Following her graduation she taught school for a short period, and in 1871 she was joined in marriage to Dr. Freeborn Stanton Lewis. They moved to Omaha, NE and remained there until the doctor came west as physician to the Puget Sound Cooperative Colony at Port Angeles.
In 1898 she joined her daughter in Alaska and remained there 4 years during which time she was joined in marriage to Colonel L Lovell, returning to Port Angeles following Colonel Lovell's death in Alaska.
For about 10 years, Mrs. Lovell was house matron of the Theodora Home in Seattle, endearing herself to everyone by her rare understanding and sympathy. She resigned her position at the Home about 6 years ago and has resided with her daughter, Mrs. M E Troy since.
Besides her daughter, Mrs. Lovell is survived by several nieces and nephews in the East. She was a devout member of the Episcopal Church and had many warm friends inPort Angeles and Clallam County.
Mrs. Augusta Ludke, 63, died at her home at Agnew this morning following a short illness. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2pm at the St. Matthew's Lutheran Church with the Rev. R W Rimbaugh officiating and burial in Mt. Angeles Cemetery under the direction of the Harper Funeral Home.
Mrs. Ludke was born in Russia August 28, 1887, and came to the US with her husband in 1911, settling at Wildrose, ND. The family moved to Agnew in 1937 and had lived there since then.
Mrs. Ludke was a member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church.
Surviving are her husband, Rudolph; 4 daughters, Mrs. Amelia Kettle, Agnew; Mrs. Lydia Sillerus, Wildrose, ND; Mrs. Mary Neske, Port Angeles; and Mrs. Olga Pesola, Seattle; 2 sons, William Ludke of Port Angeles and Gayhard Ludke of Agnew; 2 sisters, Mrs. Sam Kunkel, Port Angeles; and Mrs. William Kohn, Almena, WI; and 19 grandchildren.
Elizur Lusk ( d 7 Dec 1929 )
Elizur Lusk, 89, who first came to Port Angeles in 1890 where he helped clear timber from the present townsite, passed away early this morning.
Born in Niagra County, NY Dec 13, 1840, the late Mr. Lusk moved to Kalamazoo, MI in his young boyhood. He was married to Artemecia Skinner July 4, 1861. There were 7 children born to the couple, 6 of whom are living.
The children are: Frank Lusk, Sredonia [thus] KS; Charles Lusk, Port Angeles; Clark Lusk, Severy, KS; Mrs. I H Chesnut, Wichita, KS; Mrs. W J Hayes, Clovis, CA; Mrs. H J Hart, Issaquah, WA. There are 13 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
After coming here in 1890 and remaining several years, Mr. Lusk returned to Kansas where he lived until the death of his wife in 1923. Returning here in 1923 he has since resided with his son, Charles Lusk of this city and daughter Mrs. Hart of Issaquah. The late Mr. Lusk is remembered by old time residents of this city and county and his family is a well known one on the peninsula.
Funeral services are to be held at 11am Monday from the parlors of Dewey Lyden Company, funeral directors. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.
George Albert Luttrell
George Albert Luttrell, 72, Rt. 3, died Sunday after a short illness. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Harper Funeral Home, 11am, the Rev. Alfred Fossum officiating. Pallbearers will be Oral Harper, Frank Bagley, Carl Nelson, Bud Kirk, Joe Sylvia and Tom Donahue.
Mr. Luttrell was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma to Mr. and Mrs. William Luttrell on Aug 10, 1895. He married Leonora Petosa in Columbus, Montana in 1926. Following their marriage, they came to Port Angeles where Mr. Luttrell worked at I.T.T. Rayonier, Inc. He also worked as custodian for School District 21 for a number of years.
Mr. Luttrell is survived by his wife of Port Angeles; a son, James P Luttrell of Forks; 4 daughters, Vanalta Burford, Wanda Sindars and Vicki Thompson, all of Port Angeles; and Elise Brawley of Aberdeen; a sister, Diamond Herington of Port Townsend; a brother, Oscar Luttrell of Sequim; and 19 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.
William J Luttrell
William J Luttrell, 86, of Gale's Addition, died here Tuesday noon after a short illness. Funeral services will be at the Harper Funeral Home Thursday at 3:30 with Rev. Paul Logan officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.
Mr. Luttrell was born in Louisville, KY, Nov 15, 1866. He later farmed in Oklahoma and then was employed by the Milwaukee Railroad as a bridge carpenter. He came west with the railroad, first to Spokane and then to Port Angeles in 1921 where he lived with his children.
Surviving are 2 sons, Oscar and George Luttrell, both of Port Angeles; 2 daughters, Mrs. Golda Rayburn, Port Angeles and Mrs. Diamond Harrington, Port Townsend; a sister, Mrs. Cynda Griffin, Cordell, Oklahoma; 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
Harry [Elmer] Lutz ( d Dec 12, 1950 )
Harry E Lutz, 90, one of Clallam County's most prominent pioneer citizens, died in Los Angeles Tuesday, Dec 12, after an extended illness. Private funeral services were in the Church of the Little Flowers, Los Angeles, last Thursday. Burial was Monday in Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, in the family plot.
Born in Circleville, Ohio, Sep 18, 1860, Mr. Lutz descended from a family that came to the United States in 1700 and migrated from Pennsylvania to Ohio before the War of 1812.
He graduated from Wittenberg College, Springfield, Ohio in 1879 and for the next 2 years traveled and attended school in Europe. His father had also graduated from Wittenberg. When the young man returned from Europe, he practiced law after being admitted tot he bar in 1883. He became postmaster of his home town and owned and edited the city's newspaper, the Circleville Union-Herald. He held these positions for 6 years. At the time of his death, Mr. Lutz was the oldest living graduate of Wittenberg College.
An elder brother, Lt. John E Lutz, one of the first graduates of the US Revenue Cutter Training ship, had come west and was interested in land ventures. Among them was the building of a Union Pacific railroad terminus at Port Crescent and the operation of a car ferry to Victoria. Victoria capitalists also were interested in the venture. The late Lt. Lutz commanded revenue cutters on the sound and Alaska.
Harry E Lutz came west in 1890 to Port Crescent and immediately started the promotion of a city there, and the area soon had a considerable number of settlers. The town was a contender, for the location of the county seat that had been at New Dungeness since the start of territorial days. In the vote on the question Port Angeles received 687 votes, Port Crescent 293 and New Dungeness 7 and the county seat came here late in 1890.
Port Crescent failed to develop into a big city when the railroad did not come there and most folks left. The town had a revival about 20 years later when it was the center of a large logging development but after the timber was cut down the adjoining area, it became a ghost town and now no buildings remain of the townsite.
When Port Crescent folded, Mr. Lutz moved here and organized the Bank of Clallam County in 1895 and was its principal owner. He also owned a clothing store here., In 1896 he bought a local weekly newspaper, the Simoo _?_ from E E Stevens and changed its name to Clallam County Courier. As editor, he operated it as a republican newspaper through the political campaign of that fall and for about a year after. Associated with him was Louis R Flowers, a free-lance newspaper man. The paper was sold to Ben T Smith, a local printer, and later was merged with the Tribune-Times.
Mr. Lutz moved to Seattle in 1905. He had gone into partnership with Cyrus F Clapp, a Port Townsend and Seattle capitalist, forming the Cyrus F Clapp Investment Company to deal in Seattle real estate.
When he left here, Mr. Lutz turned over operation of the Bank of Clallam County to his brother, the late S J Lutz, who operated it until 1923 when it was absorbed by the Washington State Bank.
During his residence on the Olympic Peninsula, Mr. Lutz was US commissioner 13 years and court commissioner 8 years.
About 20 years ago he started making trips to California, first spending part of his time at San Francisco and later changing his residence wholly to Los Angeles, where his 2 younger sons were living.
Donald H Lutz, Port Angeles banker, arrived at his father's bedside before his death. He and his 3 brothers were at the Los Angeles funeral and brought his father's body to Seattle for burial.
The sons are Dr. Ralph H Lutz of Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, one of the co-founders of the Hoover War Library at the university and for many years an instructor at the school; Donald H Lutz, long time resident of Port Angeles; Harold Lutz, manager of the Bank of California at Whittier, CA; and Hugh Lutz, Los Angeles lawyer.
Mr. Lutz had 5 granddaughters, 2 great grandsons and one great-granddaughter. Mr. Lutz was married twice, to sisters [Haswell] and both preceded him in death.
Samuel J Lutz ( d 15 Sep 1936 )
Funeral services for the late Samuel J Lutz, 69, city commissioner and pioneer, who died Tuesday afternoon, will be held Friday morning at 9 at the Queen of Angels Catholic Church. Rev. Father Bernard Neary, O. S. J. will officiate and the remains will be taken to Victoria Saturday for burial there. The McDonald Funeral Home has charge of the rites.
The remains are at the family home, 312 W 8th St. and will be taken from there to the church for the funeral. Active pallbearers will be Fred Henson, Nat Hawkins, James Gallagher, T J Gierin, Sr., J P Christensen and Henry Reis.
Surviving relatives are the widow of this city and 2 daughters, Sister Mary Olive Ann, Louards [thus] Hospital, Campbell River, BC and sister Mary Celicia, Little Flower Academy, Vancouver, BC; 2 brothers, Harry E Lutz, Los Angeles; and John E Lutz, of California; and one sister, Mrs. James Bennett, San Francisco. There are also a number of nephews, among whom are Donald Lutz of Port Angeles.
The late Mr. Lutz was a charter member of the Moose lodge of this city. He joined the Elks' Lodge in Circleville, OH in 1887 and became a member of Naval Lodge of this city by demit in 1916. He retained his membership in both lodges, He was a member of the Catholic Church.
He was born in Circleville, OH, Jan 31, 1867.
When the news that Sam Lutz had died became known Tuesday, there was universal grief in the city of Port Angeles and Clallam County. Persons in every walk in life paused to say a word for a man who was perhaps the city's most beloved citizen.
It was notable that every person who knew Sam Lutz expressed the feeling that he or she had lost a personal friend when the kindly, hones man passed. This feeling was expressed in a realistic manner at the last city election when he was elected city commissioner by one of the largest votes ever given a candidate here.
For a decade stories will be told about Sam Lutz. He was an unique character with a sense of humor that expressed itself in short, dry remarks that were gems of their kind.
Sam Lutz came from his home in Ohio 45 years ago and first settled at Port Crescent where he was interested with his brother Harry E Lutz, in the development of what was thought would be a great railway terminal. A few years later he came here to be associated with his brother in the Bank of Clallam County and in a mercantile business.
At once Sam Lutz made for himself a place in the pioneer community. For a decade he was in charge of the bank's affairs and in those years he made the strong friendships that clung to him forever. Scores and scores of people, some of them now wealthy, credit Sam Lutz with aiding them in times of financial stress and by this help they declare they were able to weather the economic storm. He had great faith in humanity and his judgment of men was seldom wrong.
The late Mr. Lutz had the faculty of making friends and holding them and once a friend was always a friend to him and that friend could never do wrong in the eyes of the kind-hearted man.
After Harry E Lutz sold his holdings in the Bank of Clallam County, the late Sam Lutz became an official of the Washington State Bank and remained with that institution until it closed and then was elected commissioner of finance of the city of Port Angeles. This was a fitting reward for his reputation of sterling honesty and his administration of the city's financial affairs has been marked by efficiency and honesty. [article goes on in his praise but contains no other genealogical material.]
Eliza May DeRousie Lysall ( d July 5, 1993 )
There will be no service for Eliza May Lysall, 98, of Sequim, who died Monday, July 5, 1993 at Sequim.
She was born May 16, 1895, in Victoria, BC, Canada, to Will G and Eliza Jay Scafe DeRousie. She married Frank E Lysall May 7, 1914 in Port Angeles; he died in 1982.
The Lysalls moved to Rainier in 1939 then to Ryderwood before locating in Sequim in 1965. Mrs. Lysall was a life member of Mountain View Rebekah Lodge.
Survivors include daughters Mildred Johnson, of Eureka, CA; and Ella Paul of Forks; 10 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
Sequim Valley Chapel is in charge. Cremation was by Mt. Angeles Cemetery.
Frank Enock Lysall
At his request there will be no service for Frank Enock Lysall, 97, who died in Sequim on Saturday, Sep 11. Cremation was under direction of Sequim Valley Chapel.
Mr. Lysall was bon Sep 1, 1885 in Farlav, Sweden, the son of Karl and Johanna Lysall. He married May DeRousie on May 7, 1914 in Port Angeles. She survives at the family home.
Mr. Lysall immigrated to the United States in 1905, after serving his apprenticeship as a blacksmith. He came to Port Angeles in 1911 to work for the August Swanson Blacksmith Shop after following his trade in Rhode Island and California for a number of years. He operated his own welding and blacksmith shop in Port Angeles until 1939 when they moved to Rainier, Washington. He returned to reside in Sequim in 1965.
He was a 75 year member of IOOF Lodge in Port Angeles and member of the F & AM Lodge #6 in Port Angeles.
He is survived by his wife, May Lysall of Sequim; 2 daughters, Mildred Johnson of Eureka, California and Ella Paul of Forks, Washington; 4 grandchildren, Eric Nyholm of Reno, NE; Suzanne Calwell of Chico, California, Nancy Johns of Anchorage, Alaska; and Bill Brager of Forks, Washington and 4 step-sons, Fred, Bert, Dean, Don and Ron Paul. [thus]