CIVIL WAR VETERANS PROJECT
OBITUARIES - PAGE THREE


MADISON LYLE ARGENBRIGHT

Everett Daily Herald
12-23-1928

Madison Lyle ARGENBRIGHT, 88, died Friday night at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Charles A. GEYER, Lakewood following an illness of several years. Mr. ARGENBRIGHT was a veteran of the Civil War, serving with 6th Mo. Regiment State Militia Co. C., and for many years was an active member of the G.A.R. post at Wenatchee. Surviving, besides Mrs. Geyer, are eight grandchildren, three great grand grandchildren and one great great grandchld, also a sister, Mrs. Salima A. CAMP of Edmonds, Oklahoma. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the chapel of John F. Jerread. The Rev. F.A. LaViolett will officate. Interment will be in Evergreen cemetery.


W. W. BATTERTON

Everett Daily Herald
10-13-1927

W.W. BATTERTON passed away late Sunday afternoon at his home, 417 Ave. D. He was born in Boone County, Missouri Ninety-four years ago and has resided in this city the past twenty-six.

Mr. BATTERTON leaves to mourn their loss his two sons, George and Guy of Seattle, four daughters, Mrs Effie FARIS and Mrs. H.P. NILES, Seattle, Mrs. J.F. ROWE of San Francisco and Mrs. L.D. STOKES of this city, a second grade teacher in the Central School and has made her home with her father for several years past; six grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Mr. BATTERTON, a civil War veteran was a member of Centenial Lodge No. 25 F. and A.M. of Snohomish and Lodge No. 32, Knight of Pythias. He has been a member of the Baptist church for sixty-seven years. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock at the First Baptist church with Rev. L.L. Daily officiating. Burial was in the G.A.R. cemetery.

BATTERTON, Mary A. 1839-1917
BATTERTON, W.W. 1833-1927


NATHANIEL H. BEARD

Everett Daily Herald
1-10-1912

A private telegram received here today from Akeley, Minn. announced the death there of the father of Mrs. A.R. MAULSBY, of this city. The parent's name was BEARD, and he was widely known amoung G.A.R. members of this city, having been here for several months, until about three weeks ago, when he went to Akeley. The telegram announced merely the death without giving the cause, and evidently the demise was sudden, because no information of the illness had been received here. Mr. BEARD was not feeling well when he left Everett three weeks ago, but that death was near at hand was not suspected. Mr. BEARD resided in Everett for several months and was employed as driver of hearses by Maulsby & Sons. He was past commander of the G.A.R. post at Akeley. The funeral will take place there.

John Buford Post #89 Everett Snohomish Co. GAR

Nathaniel H. Beard b/1834 OH. served in Iowa 2nd Calvary Co. "G" private He transfered to Post #89 in 1901 and his certificate stated he was then 67 b/ Belmond Co. Ohio and was an Engineer


JOSEPH BRADSHAW

Snohomish County Tribune
1-12-1912

With deepest regret and sympathy we record the death of Mrs. Caroline F. BRADSHAW of our valley, who departed from life last Tuesday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L.A. Haufle, about one and one-half miles from the city. Funeral services were held in E.E. Purdy’s chapel at 2 o’clock Thursday, Rev. Dr. Woods officiating, and sad and heavy hearted the mourners and friends followed the remains to the GAR cemetery. Mrs. Caroline F. BRADSHAW was eighty years of age and was the wife of JOSEPH BRADSHAW, a civil war veteran, belonging to Co. E, 9th Iowa Volunteers. Her husband died 6-15-1893 at Volga City, Iowa. There were twelve children, four boys and eight girls, and six of them are still living. Mrs. S.E. BLANCHARD and Mrs. L.A. HAUFLE, daughters, reside here in Snohomish. Mrs. Louisa PATTON at Dresden, Ks., Mrs. Lorena WARNER and Mrs. Edna BAILY in Ne., and Mrs. Florence KREBS in Alberta, Canada. There are also 20 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. The deceased also has one brother, Jr. John FREEMAN of Seattle.

Mrs. BRADSHAW passed away peacefully after bravely fighting life’s long battle. “I would not live always, I ask not to stay, Where storm after storm rises, Dark over the gray." Mrs. BRADSHAW, a resident between Snohomish and Roosevelt died Tuesday morning, after a prolong illness. Relatives were notified of her death and the funeral was held yesterday afternoon. Rev. Dr Woods conducted the services; interment in the GAR cemetery.

Snohomish GAR Cemetery
BRADSHAW Caroline F 803 Jan 12 1912


NOYSE COATS

Everett Daily Herald
1-20-1911

RESOLUTIONS
Whereas, the Supreme Ruler has again visited our Circle and, in His infinite wisdom, removed our beloved Comrade, Noyse COATS, to a brighter world above, and Whereas by his death this lodge has lost a most faithful member, and his wife a kind and loving husband. Therefore be it Resolved that the members of Jas. B. McPherson Circle No 18 Ladies of the GAR, extend to Comrade COATS’ widow our most sincere and heartfelt sympathy in her great bereavement, and be it further Resolved as a mark of respect to our deceased Comrade’s memory, that the charter of this lodge be draped in mourning for a period of 30 days, and Resolved further that these resolutions be spread upon our minutes and copies thereof be tendered our departed Comrade’s widow and published in the Weekly Tribune. Linda Prescott, Larah S. Smith, Julia E. Fay, committee

1910 Snohomish County Census
Noyce COATS age 62 m 37 yrs b/In
Clestine 60 m twice 37 yrs b/France

1920
Clestine COATS age 60 widow came to America 1858 from Paris France


FLORENCE CROWLEY

Everett Daily Herald
6-6-1908

Florence CROWLEY Sr., aged 73 years died at the providence hospital this morning after an illness of five days. He leaves a son and three daughters, and is father of F.P. CROWLEY proprietor of the Delmonico hotel. Mr. CROWLEY survived his wife by six months. He was a veteran of the Sepoy East Indian War and served four years as sergeant in the 12th NY Infantry and is a member of the G.A.R. post at Alpena, Mich. The funeral will take place at Jerread's chapel at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday under the auspices of the Everett G.A.R.


LUCIUS DAY

Snohomish County Tribune
3-23-1900

Another old soldier has passed away, and again we are remembered of fleeting time and how rapidly the veteran ranks are thinning. Lucius DAY passed away at his home in Cherry Valley, Thursday, March 15, after over a year of sickness.

Mr. DAY was born in Burlington, Vt., March 2, 1838; moved later to Wisconsin where he answered his country's call and was among Wisconsin's volunteers, serving at the front over three years, after which he returned to Wisconsin and married Sarah FRAZIER and soon after moved to Washington, settling on the Snohomish river in Cherry Valley, where he raised up his family and hewed out his farm from the unbroken forest. He was among the early pioneers of the country, and was well and favorably known in both Snohomish and King counties, holding many positions of trust among which were postmaster of Cherry Valley for over 25 years. He leaves a wife , two sons, a daughter and many friends to mourn his loss. He was buried in charge of Snohomish G.A.R. Post at Monroe, Wa. March 16, 1900


HERBERT T. DONOHO

Everett Daily Herald
4-15-1914

Herbert T. DONOHO died Monday morning at the family apartments in Bell’s court, at the age of 68. He was a member of John Miner post of Vermillion, South Dakota. He is survived by his widow, Belle B. DONOHO, four daughters and for sons, Mrs. Joseph BROCKWAY, of Elk Point, South Dakota; Mrs. Della WILLIAMS, of Vermillion, South Dakota; Mrs. Stephen CHASE Jr., of this city; Mrs. Nona ASHMORE, of Vermillion, South Dakota; Willard DONOHO, of Vancouver, B.C., and Terance DONOHO of Spokane. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., Rev. W.E. Randall officiating at the chapel, and the G.A.R. having charge at the grave. A special car will be provided to convey friends to Evergreen cemetery where interment will take place.


GEORGE H. DURHAM

Everett Daily Herald
4-22-1912

George H. DURHAM died at his home yesterday, age 67. Mr. DURHAM was well known in this city as an expressman, and as a member of the G.A.R., under whose auspices the funeral will be held at Maulsby's chapel at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Services at the chapel will be conducted by Rev. E.B. Fish, and at the G.A.R. cemetery by the John Buford Post.

Snohomish GAR Cemetery
DURHAM, George H. no info. (co. C. 2nd Ia. Inf.)


OLIVER O. EASTMAN

Snohomish Tribune
11-18-1910

Oliver O. EASTMAN, and old Grand Army man, died Tuesday night of heart failure, at his home on Linclon street. He was 66 years of age and had been a resident of Snohomish for nine years. Mr. EASTMAN has been a familiar figure for years around the N.P. depot with his basket of fruit. He is survived by a widow, four sons and a daughter, Mrs. Mullican. The wife a former M.E. pastor here, Rev. Towne, is a sister of Mr. EASTMAN. She resides at Darrington at present. The time for the funeral has not been set, word is being awaited from relatives in the east.

1910 Snohomish County Census
Oliver O. EASTMAN age 67 married 41 yers. B/Ny parents b/ Ind Ny
Anna Eliza 66 married 41 yrs 6 chil. 5 liv. b/Ny parents b/ US US

1920 Census
Anna Eliza EASTMAN age 75 widow b/ Ny parents b/Vt US


JOHN L. FINCH

Everett Daily Herald
9-6-1911

VETERAN PASSES AWAY DURING SLEEP

John L. FINCH died of heart disease this morning at his home, 3205 Nassau Street. Mr. FINCH was in usual health up to the day of his death and retired last night after an active day's work. Showing no symptoms of anything wrong in his conditions except a somewhat restless night. When the family arose this morning it was found that Mr. FINCH had passed away. The deceased was 65 years old and had resided in Everett for nine years.

Mr. FINCH was born at Athens, Pa., January 12, 1847. He is a veteran of the Civil war, having enlisted at the age of seventeen, as early as he could, in Company C. Eighty-first Pennsylvania. He is survived by his wife, a married daughter who lives near Colfax, and two sons, residing in Everett.


PETER LEWIS FRANCISCO

Everett Daily Herald
10-11-1928

Peter Lewis Francisco, 84, died Wednesday night at his home. 1717 Hoyt ave.,after a long illness.

Mr. Francisco is survived by a widow; five children, Lewis of Wisconsin, Ernest of Everett, Leva of Idaho, Perry of Anacortes and Mrs. Marion EASTMAN of Michigan; eleven grandchldren and one sister, Mrs. Irene MANAHAN of Spokane. The body is at the Auseth funeral home from where funeral annoucements will be made.

Snohomish G.A.R. Cemetery
FRANCISCO, Peter L. no info. (30 Wis. Inf. Co. O)


B. A. GOODFELLOW

Everett Daily Herald
7-25-1912

B.A. GOODFELLOW died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. R.H. BALDWIN, 4012 Friday avenue, at an early hours this moring, aged 80 years. The deceased is survived by his aged widow, and the daughter, Mrs. BALDWIN.

Mr. GOODFELLOW was a member of John Buford post, G.A.R., and W.R.C. He enlisted in the Civil war in the Fourty-sixth Missouri regiment in 1860. He contracted a complication of diseases, from which he has been suffering for the last forty years.

The funeral will be held Suncay afternoon at 4 p.m., at Maulsby's chapel, interment following in the G.A.R. cemetery. The G.A.R. post and W.R.C. will have charge of the services at the cemetery, and Rev. Pattison at the chapel.

B.A. GOODFELLOW 46th Mo. Militia Co. F


BILLINGS O. HALL

Everett Daily Herald
5-2-1927

Billings O. HALL, veteran of the Civil war, died quietly at his home on First street Saturday evening at the age of 83 years. Mr. HALL was born at Newport, Me June 23, 1844. He enlisted in the Civil war September 10, 1862, serving with Co. K Twenty-first Maine infantry volunteers. In 1885 he went with his family to Florida where he spent thirteen years in the orange culture.

Twenty six years ago he removed to Snohomish where he had resided ever since. He was past commander of O.P. Morton post no 10 G.A.R., was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge but was never tranfereed to the local lodge and was a member of the Christian church of Eutis, Florida, where he had been superintendent of the sunday school.

Surviving Mr. HALL are his widow, one daughter Mrs. Bertha M. HALL, residing at Seattle; three sons, Earle B. HALL and Donald M. HALL of California and Leon F. HALL of Everett, and two granchildren.

Funeral services have been set for Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. from the First Presbyterian church, the Rev. L.H. Pedersen officiating. The casket will be open to friends Tuesday morning at C.H. Bakeman's parlors. Burial will be at G.A.R. cemetery.

Snohomish GAR Cemetery
HALL, Billings O. no info. (Co. K. 21st. Me Inf.)


HENRY HERRING

Snohomish Eye
8-26-1898

Mr. H(enry) HERRING died at his home in this city on Wednesday, Aug. 17. The funeral was held at the Methodist church at two o'clock on Friday afternoon and the body in that long last sleep was laid away in the new G.A.R. cemetery awaiting the final resurrection morning.

Henry HERRING was born in New York about sixty ago and there was married to the affectionate wife who survies him. About one year after their marriage they moved to Michigan, where in 1861 Mr. HERRING enlisted in the 7th Michigan Infantry, and was wounded by a shell in the battle of Antiam, an engagement in which more than half the regiment was disabled. He received an honorable discharge and soon regaining his health, he re-enlisted in the same company and regiment and was promoted to the rank of sergeant-major. More than 150,000 men were killed, wounded or taken prisioner in the battle in which his regiment was engaged. Gen. Shafter, commander at Santiago, entered the army as first lieutenant in that regiment.

After the war Mr. HERRING lived in Dakota nine years, and then moved to Snohomish and engaged in business and where he lived up to the time of his death. The deceased had been a sufferer from consumption for years, and had been confined to his home for about six months, suffering intensely, but bearing the pain without complaint. For several weeks death was hourly expected, and on Wednesday morning at about eight o'clock, the grim messenger came and he passed peacefully away. Mr. HERRING realized that Death's heavy hand was on him, and several times had expressed his belief in God and his readiness to die.

The funeral was held under the auspices of the Morton Post G.A.R. of which the deceased was an honored member, and a large number of friends followed all that was motral of Mr. HERRING to its last resting place.

Mr. HERRING requested pension on 2-7-1880 Cert.#171233 and his wife Lydia requested pension 10-5-1898 Cert#519034 Wa.

1900 Snohomish Co. Washington
Lydia HERRING bv/8-1843 NY, living with his daughter Mrs. Hattie SMITH b /11-1869, wife of Redmond; grandchildren were noted as Howard 1888, Mabel 1890, Luella 1896, Redmond 1898, Alcie 1900.

In 1910 Lydia HERRING is living with Joseph HERRING age 46 b/Mi and his wife Agnes age 35 with other grandchildren Leona age 15 and Bertha age 13.


ELI D. HEWITT

Everett Daily Herald
8-25-1902

Eli D. HEWITT for 11 years one of the most active Grand Army men in this city, and present commander of Morton post, died at his home yesterday afternoon from heart failure. He he lived until next Christmas he would have been 74 years old.

Mr. HEWITT was a native of Wisconsin, but lived for some time in Minnesota, before coming here and during the civil war went to the front with Company L of the First Minnesota heavy artillery. He leavs a wife, three sons and a daughter in this city, also numerous other relatives, including a brother I.B. HEWITT, who is now rusticating on Lake Chelan. It is feared he will not arrive here in time for the funeral. Mr. HEWITT's children are C.E. HEWITT the contractor, W.W. HEWITT a teacher, M.B. HEWITT and Mrs. Jennie HEWITT DICKINSON. He was a cousin of Mrs. O.A. PHELPS, of Everett, and an uncle of Mrs. Captain ADAMS and J.M. KELLY, of Seattle.

The funeral will take place from the family residence tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, under the auspices of the G.A.R. and of the I.O.O.F. he being a member of a lodge of the latter order in Brownton Minn. The body will be interred in G.A.R. cemetery.


THOMAS JEFFRIES

Everett Daily Herald
8-23-1903

The funeral services of Thomas JEFFRIES, who did Friday night at the hospital, were held this afternoon at 1:30 at Challacombe's undertaking parlors, under the auspices of the G.A.R. Rev. Thomas Coyle officiating.

Mr. JEFFRIES was a veteran of the Civil war, being a member of Company C One Hundred and Eighty-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was about 62 years old and, so far as known, unmarried. A letter written some time ago directing disposal of his body, indicates that deceased had a premonition of approaching death. He was brought from Granite Falls a few days ago unconscious from uraemic poisoning.


ALBERT JONES

Everett Daily Herald
6-13-1911

Albert JONES passed away this morning at 9 a.m. at his ome, 1828 Oakes ave. at the age of 82 years, leaving besides his wife, two sons, Albert JONES, mail carrier in this city, and D. JONES, residing at Wolverine, Mich.

Mr. JONES served two years and ten months in the Civil war, enlisting with Co.K Tenth Michigan volunteer infantry. The body lies at the funeral parlors of Maulsby & Sons, near the corner of Wall and Wetmore. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.

Snohomish G.A.R. Cemtery
JONES, Albert 1828-1911 (O.K. 10th Mich. Inf.)
JONES, Pauline E. 1851-1914 (Mother)


RICHARD JONES

Everett Daily Herald
4-3-1914

Richard JONES, aged 68, died last evening at his home, 2917 Norton avenue. Mr. JONES had been ill for several months. He leaves a widow, three daughters, Mrs. CRAWFORD, Mrs. EDWARDS, and Mrs. KLEPPER, two sons, Lee and Lawrence, all residing in this city; also two brothers, residing in Lowell.

Mr. JONES was a member of the G.A.R. in Michigand having enlisted in Company K, 14th Infantry. The funeral will be held from Challabombe's chapel. Sunday at 2:15; Rev Randall officiating. Interment will be in the G.A.R. cemetery, with a special car for friends.


WILLIAM KITTELL

SNOHOMISH EYE
8-31-1900

Last Tuesday morning Wm. KITTELL an old resident of this city passed away after comparatively no acute illness. He had suffered for several years from a disease of the stomach, but had apparently been no worse recently than had been for some time. Mr. KITTELL had lived in this city for about ten years coming here from Wisconsin. He was well known here and in the mountains which he had thoroughly prospected during his residence in this county. He leaves a wife and two children, Mrs. Fannie MUDGETT and Lee KITTELL all of whom live in this city. The funeral was held at the Congregational church Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock Rev. Wilson officiating under the auspices of the G.A.R., of which organization Mr. KITTELL was an active member.

Mr. KITTELL served with 41st Inf. Co. "D" requested pension on 7-20-1889 Cert# 933047 and his wife Harriet requested pension on 9-16-1902 Cert# 519985

1900 census Snohomish Co. Washington
Wm. KITTELL b/2-1848 NY miner
Harriett b/1-1844
Lea W. b/8-1886 /Wi
Fannie K. MUDGET b.1871 widow b/Wi


JAMES W. KNAPP

Everett Daily Herald
7-17-1916

Snohomish, July 17-James W. KNAPP, pioneer resident of Snohomish and a veteran of the Civil war, died suddenly at his home here Saturday night. Death is believed to have been caused by heart failure with ribs fractured from a fall from a cherry tree as contributing cause. KNAPP was in apparent good health Saturday and attended a moving picture show, returning home at 11 p.m. His daughter, Mrs. C.E. VANDERHYDE, with whom he was to have breakfasted, went to look for him when he did not appear at the usual hour and found him in bed, where indications were that he met a peacful end.

KNAPP was born in Cordon, Ind., 67 years ago and 40 years later came to Snohomish. He was proprietor of one of the first hotels here, the City Hotel, and was well known to oldtimers and others of the county. He was bailiff for Superior Judges Bell and Denny for several years and for the past few months lived with his family at Alpine, coming to his local home to attend to business matters.

At the age of 14 years KNAPP joined the Union army under General Sherman as a drummer boy, serving for some time in Tennessee and later was with the army that made the famous march through Georgia to the Atlantic. He was a charter member of Snohomish Morton Post no 10, G.A.R.

Surviving KNAPP are his wife, two sons, Samuel J. KNAPP, house captain at the Monroe State reformatory, and Arthur KNAPP; a daughter, Mrs. C.E. VANDERHYDE, of this city. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at Bakeman & Purdy's chapel and interment will be made in the G.A.R. cemetery. Rev. A.B. Vanzante of the First Presbyterian church, will officiate.

Snohomish County 1889 Census
J.W. KNAPP age 40 real estate b/In
Hellen 30 b/NJ
S.J. male 11 b/WT (Samuel)
Louella 4 b/WT

Snohomish GAR Cemetery
KNAPP, James W. no info. (Co. C. 17th Ind. Inf.)
KNAPP, Samuel 1878-1952

VANDERHYDE, Charles E. 1882-1941
VANDERHYDE, Luella I. 1885-1941


FREDERICK LILJE

Everett Daily Herald
2-17-1912

Frederick LILJE, aged 81 years died in Sultan hospital yesterday from apoplexy. The body was brought to Snohomish this morning and now is in Purdy's morgue. The funeral will probably be held here Monday morning. Father Van der Walle officiating.

Snohomish G.A.R. Cemetery
LILJE, Fred K. no info. (Co. I - 7th U.S. Inf.)


LELANDER LORIA

Everett Daily Herald
6-27-1922

L.L. LORIA, 76 years old, pioneer resident and a veteran of the Civil war died at his home 3216 McDougall street early Monday morning following a brief illness. He is survived by his wife and one son Lee L. LORIA of Seattle.

Mr. LORIA served three years with the Ninth Vermont Infantry Co. A. He had resided in Everett for 25 years. Mr. LORIA was a member of the United Presbyterian church and held life membership with Coffinsberg Lodge No. 202 F & A M of Bangor, Mich. His former home. The Civil war veteran was affiliated with John Buford post No. 89 G.A.R.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the chapel at Broadway and Wall, Rev. H. M. Jameson officiating. Interment will be in G.A.R. cemetery at Snohomish.

Snohomish G.A.R. County
LORIO, Mary E. 1864-1932
LORIO, Lelander 1845-1922 (Sgt. Co. A. VT Inf.)


GEORGE WASHINGTON MADDOX

Snohomish Tribune
11-7-1919

George Washington MADDOX, a well know resident of the community died of heart disease Monday morning at his home east of the Pilchuck. Death occurred while he was the barn where he went to milk the cows. Mr. MADDOX was 84 years old, and had had lived here for 34 years. He was born in Missouri. He is survived by four sons, Will, Chester and Fred of Snohomish and Carl of Seattle; and two daughters, Mrs. Anna BARRETT of Snohomish and Mrs. Edna REBELS of Seattle, besides his wife, seven grand children and four great grand children. Mrs MADDOX was visiting a sister in San Francisco at the the time of her husbands death. The funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Bakeman chapel, and burial was made in the G.A.R. cemetery.


CHARLES SPANGLER MARTIN

Everett Daily Herald
3-12-1915

Special to the Daily Herald
Alderwood Manor,March 15- Charles Spangler MARTIN, 87, died Monday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C.L. SWARTZ, with whom he had lived for nineteen years. He was born in Salina, Kansas, in 1846. Mr. MARTIN was a life member of John Lodge post of the G.A.R., was chief clerk in the house of representatives under President Harrison and reading clerk under President Cleveland. In 1913 he resigned from position with the pension bureau. The funeral is to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Seattle. Cremation will follow.


JOHN McKINNIS

Everett Daily Herald
5-1923

G.A.R. MEMBER DEAD
John McKINNIS a Civil war veteran and member of the G.A.R. died at 4:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Snohomish hospital where he had been ten days. Mr. McKINNIS was 85 years old. He came here a year ago from Port Orchard where he married Mrs. Argood, widow of a former Snohomish Civil war veteran. He is survived by Mrs. McKINNIS, who resides north of the Snohomish Floral company plant. Morton post No. 10 G.A.R. will officiate at the funeral service at C.H. Bakeman chapel Monday at 2p.m. and at the grave in the G.A.R. cemetery.


ISAAC MORRIS

EVERETT DAILY HERALD
7-15-1912

Snohomish,July 15, Isaac MORRIS, a pioneer resident of Snohomish and veteran of the Civil war, died at his home at the intersection of Willow and Pearl streets, in this city at an early hour this morning, aged 77 years. Mr. MORRIS was born in Ohio, enlisted in an Iowa regiment and served during the civil war. He came to Snohomish county thirtyseven years ago and was therefore amoung the earliest settlers who are now alive. He leaves several children. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday.

Snohomish County 1889 Census
Isaac MORRIS age 53 farmer b/Oh
Mat 49
Joe 23 b/Oh


E. L. MOWER

Everett Daily Herald
5-6-1905

CIVIL WAR VETERAN
MOWER, WANTED AS WITNESS IS NOT FOUND
No trace has yet been found of E.L. MOWER, an old Soldier, for whom search has been made in Everett by a Minneapolis man. The latter has left for Seattle. MOWER, according to a statement made by the searcher, is wanted as a witness in an important case in Minneapolis. The action involves a large amount of money, and as the missing man is an important witness in it , every effort is being made to find him.


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