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Olin, Susan Cooke – Obituary

Mrs. Susan Cooke Olin, 39, well-known resident of Entiat, died at a local hospital Thursday [May 11, 1949] following an extended illness. Mrs. Olin was born at Malaga on February 22, 1910 where she resided until moving to Entiat with her family as a little girl. She attended Entiat schools and grew to young womanhood at Entiat, and was united in marriage to John Olin, February 6, 1929. She had since made her home there. Mrs. Olin was a member of Reliance Rebekah Lodge, Past Noble Grand Circle, and the Entiat PTA. Surviving are her husband, John of Entiat, one son, Donald Wayne Olin, and two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Kerns and Miss Beverly Olin, all of Entiat; two brothers, George Cooke of the US Navy and Claude P. Cooke of the US Merchant Marine; four sisters, Mrs. Emmy Lou Pierce, Richland, Wash., Mrs. Blanch Peterson, Juneau, Alaska, Mrs. Iris Morical, Colville, and Mrs. Claudia Strong of Kennewick. Contributed by: Shelli...

Ingersoll, Clara Gordon – Obituary

Mrs. E. D. Ingersoll, one of the oldest pioneers in this district and a long-time resident of the Colockum, died in Seattle this morning after an illness of several weeks. Clara Albertine Ingersoll, 78, was born March 16, 1863, at Island Gandmaner Province of New Brunswick, Dominion of Canada. She was married to E. D. Ingersoll in November of 1880, and came to the Pacific Coast , traveling by rail to San Francisco, and thence by boat to Seattle. They located at Snohomish and for many years farmed above Everett in the Snohomish Valley, and in 1895 located in Chelan County near Malaga. Later they took a homestead cabin on Colockum Creek, where she resided until a short time ago, when she went to Seattle because of failing health. She was a member of the Baptist Church and the grange. She is survived by a number of children, Mrs. J. R. Atkeson at whose home she passed away in Seattle, and E. D. Ingersoll, Jr., of Colockum Pass. Jones and Jones will announce funeral arrangements. [Wenatchee City Cemetery] Wenatchee Daily World, February 14, 1942 Contributed by: Shelli...

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