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BETHEL AND WADE HAMPTON CENSUS AREAS - ALASKA GENWEB PROJECT
HOOPER BAY CEMETERY, WADE HAMPTON CENSUS AREA
BROWN Patricia Rose Brown
Birth: Jan. 11, 1954, Hooper Bay, Wade Hampton Census Area, Alaska, USA
Death: Jan. 22, 2009, Anchorage, Anchorage Borough, Alaska, USA

Published in the Las Vegas Review Journal on February 05, 2009:

Las Vegas resident Patricia Rose Brown, 55, died Jan. 22, 2009, in Anchorage, Alaska. She was born Jan. 11, 1954, in Hooper Bay, Alaska. Patricia loved bingo and playing online poker under the name "Paspatoo." She was a talented basket weaver and wrote poetry. Her family wrote: "Patricia was a very small woman with a very big heart." Family was very important to her; she always thought about others. She was warm and loving with children. She was very proud of her Native American Yupik heritage and enjoyed participating in dances at powwows and other tribal events. Patricia is survived by her husband, Gary Brown of Las Vegas; sons, Dennis Smith of Las Vegas, and Larson Hunter Jr. of Anchorage; her mother, Helen Smith of Hooper Bay; sisters, Donna Smith, Geraldine Tall and Priscilla Hunter of Anchorage; brothers, Albert Smith and Timothy Smith Jr. of Anchorage, Donald Smith and Stanley Smith of Hooper Bay; grandson, Xavier Smith of Scammon Bay; sister-in-law, Debra Brown Felser of Baltimore; brothers-in-law, Bruce Brown of Jericho, Vt., and Jeffrey Brown of Hinsdale, N.H.; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Timothy Smith Sr.; son, Christopher Witthaus; sisters, Elizabeth Smith and Helen Margaret Smith; and brothers, Harold Smith, Gerald I and Gerald II. Viewings were held at Janssen's Evergreen Memorial Chapel in Anchorage, which handled the arrangements, and at her mother's home in Hooper Bay. Funeral services were held at Holy Catholic Church in Hooper Bay Jan. 30, 2009. Burial will take place in the Hooper Bay Cemetery in the Spring. Friends will gather to remember Patty at a Potluck lunch/dinner at her home in Las Vegas, Sunday, Feb. 15, beginning at 1 p.m. Please call (702) 457-4085 for information and directions. Memorial donations may be made to the family.

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

HUZZT Dazzle Huzz
Birth: unknown
Death: Apr. 1, 1887

s/o Pliny and Ava Huzz

Family links:
Parents:
Ava Huzzt (____ - 1887)

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

HUZZT Ava Huzzt
Birth: unknown
Death: Apr. 1, 1887

w/o Pliny

and buried with unknown teenage boy

Family links:
Spouse:
Pliny Huzzt (____ - 1887)*

Children:
Dazz Huzz (____ - 1888)*
Helen Ava Huzzt*

*Calculated relationship

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

HUZZT

Helen Ava Huzzt
Birth: unknown
Death: unknown

Family links:
Parents:
Pliny Huzzt (____ - 1887)
Ava Huzzt (____ - 1887)

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

HUZZT Pliny Huzzt
Birth: unknown, Maine, USA
Death: Apr. 1, 1887

Found in a snow drift about 5 miles east of town with wife, Ava and son, Dazzle after the freak blizzard of 1887.

Family links:
Spouse:
Ava Huzzt (____ - 1887)

Children:
Dazzle Huzz*
Helen Ava Huzzt*

*Calculated relationship

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

O'BRIEN Ivan O'Brien
Birth: unknown, USA
Death: unknown, Alaska, USA


Family links:
Spouse:
Mary Theresa Hoelscher O'Brien (1927 - 2011)

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

O'BRIEN Mary Theresa Hoelscher O'Brien
Birth: Aug. 1, 1927, Wade Hampton Census Area, Alaska, USA
Death: Sep. 18, 2011, Anchorage Borough, Alaska, USA

Anchorage resident Mary Theresa O'Brien, 84, passed away at home on September 18, 2011.

A visitation will be held on Tuesday October 4, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. with a service to follow at 1:00 p.m. at Janssen's Evergreen Memorial Chapel; 737 E Street, Anchorage, Alaska. Father Augustine Highlander, O.P. will be the officiant. Mary will be laid to rest at the Hooper Bay Cemetery in Hooper Bay, Alaska.

Mary was born on August 1, 1927 in Hooper Bay, Alaska. Mary was a homemaker and a member of the Holy Family Cathedral in Anchorage. She enjoyed picking berries, weaving baskets, cutting fish, bingo, egg hunting, and going to Day Break with her friends.

Her family states, "Our beloved Mom, Auna and friend passed away peacefully. Her love and capturing smile will be missed by all. You will be missed by all and in our hearts forever. She has gone home. God bless."

Mary is survived by her sons Alfred O'Brien of Hooper Bay and Edgar O'Brien of Anchorage; daughters Eulalia Samis of Wasilla, Linora Night of Hooper Bay, Cecelia Rivers of Hooper Bay, Bertha O'Brien of Wasilla, Natalia O'Brien of Eagle River, Lucille Tomagunuk of Hooper Bay; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and son-in-laws.

Mary is preceded in death by her husband Ivan O'Brien; brothers Angelo Hoelscher and Pius Hoelscher; and grandson Ivan Samis.

The family would like to thank the Anchorage Police Department for sending their condolences and support as well as Mary's caretakers Louisa and her husband.

Arrangements are with Janssen's Evergreen Memorial Chapel; www.janssenfuneralhomes.com. Published in adn.com from September 30 to October 1, 2011

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

SETON Thomas Leo Seton
Birth: Dec. 15, 1946, Hooper Bay, Wade Hampton Census Area, Alaska, USA
Death: Jan. 14, 1997, Anchorage, Anchorage Borough, Alaska, USA

Anchorage Daily News January 17, 1997

Hooper Bay resident Thomas Leo Seton, 50, died Jan. 14, 1997, at Providence Alaska Medical Center. A funeral was held at Evergreen Funeral Home and Crematory, 3804 Spenard Road, [Anchorage] with a visitation. The Rev. Thomas Gallagher officiated. A funeral was also conducted by Little Flower of Jesus Church in the Hooper Bay Gymnasium.

Mr. Seton was born Dec. 15, 1946, in Hooper Bay. He graduated from St. Marys High School in 1967 and served in the Army Reserves and National Guard. He retired from the Guard in 1990 after 25 years of service. Mr. Seton worked in supply administration from 1977 to 1980, was an Army technician for Company E, Second Batallion, from 1984 to 1989, and a washeteria manager from 1989 to 1993. In 1995, he went to work at the water plant in Hooper Bay. Mr. Seton was a member of the Little Flower of Jesus in Hooper Bay, was parish council president for three years, Alaska Village Electric Co-op delegate for many years, and served on the advisory school , the Unicom and the Sea Lion of directors. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and camping.

Mr. Seton is survived by his wife, Mary of Hooper Bay; three sons, Jan of Kenai and Victor and Joseph of Hooper Bay; two daughters, Lori Ann and Helen Seton of Hooper Bay; five brothers, Gabriel and Peter Seton, and Blaise, Anthony and Raymond Tinker; and one sister, Agnes Lake, all of Hooper Bay; a grandson, Francis Seton; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Burial at Hooper Bay Cemetery, Hooper Bay, Alaska

 
 

 

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