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Phillip Eagan and James Eagan, Douglas Resident, Phillip was born August 19, 1900, died on April 9, 1902. James was born August 14, 1901, James' death is not known. They were the young sons of John and Annie Fontaine Egan. The boys died in a Dyptheria epidemic. John owned a brewery and a butcher shop in Douglas. Both boys are buried in the Douglas City Cemetery.

James Edminson, Douglas Resident, Born in Scotland in 1879, died in Seattle, Washington on March 14, 1944. He was a miner at the Treadwell and A. J. Mines. In 1921 he was working at the Treadwell Foundry he was buried in Douglas.

S. Howard Ewing who was the Juneau agent for the Pacific Coast Steamship Company . Ewing was on the company's vessels as freight clerk and purser for several years before 1910 when he became resident agent in Juneau first for the Pacific Coast Steamship Company and then for its successor, the Pacific Steamship Company. He left Juneau in 1918 and joined the John D. Spreckles Company at San Francisco in connection with its oriental steamship service. Ewing Way - runs from South Franklin Street to Gastineau Avenue opposite the Juneau Cold Storage. The area was dedicated for street purposes by the Pacific Coast Steamship Company on February 28, 1913, and the street was probably named for S. Howard Ewing



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