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    • Adam Hill

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Adam Hill was an early Everett book dealer. Hill was born in Glasgow, Scotland and ran bookstores/newsstands in the heart of the Riverside district and on Colby Avenue near the Everett Theatre. He even operated a lending library at times. Hill was...
    • Alice McFarland Duryee

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Alice McFarland Duryee (1875-1914) served as the first head librarian at the Everett Public Library, from April 1898 to April 1900. Originally from Maine, she was an Everett pioneer who arrived with her parents in 1892. She married Leverich Duryee,...
    • Alice Rigby

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Iowa-born sisters Alice Rigby (1871-1915) and Clara Rigby (1873-1953) arrived in Everett in the early 20th century. Together, they owned and operated a professional photo studio. From 1905 to 1915--a time when female-owned businesses were...
    • Alice Rigby and Clara Rigby

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Iowa-born sisters Alice Rigby (1871-1915) and Clara Rigby (1873-1953) arrived in Everett in the early 20th century. Together, they owned and operated a professional photo studio. From 1905 to 1915--a time when female-owned businesses were...
    • Alvin J. Goldthorpe

    • Portraits
    • Alvin J. Goldthorpe (1899-1958) lost his right arm in a hunting accident. The limb was buried in the grave of his sister Pearl, who had died in 1899, the year he was born. The rest of Goldthorpe's body is buried in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park.
    • Alvin J. Goldthorpe

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Alvin J. Goldthorpe (1899-1958) lost his right arm in a hunting accident. The limb was buried in the grave of his sister Pearl, who died in 1899, the year he was born. The rest of Goldthorpe's body is buried in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park.
    • Benjamin Jarnagan

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Benjamin F Jarnagan (1879-1910) was an engineer for the Great Northern Railway Company. He was among the victims of the March 1, 1910, avalanche at Wellington, Washington, in Stevens Pass in the North Cascades. The avalanche was the deadliest in...
    • Benjamin Turnbull

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Benjamin Turnbull (1862-1929) was a prominent Everett architect. He was the designer of the Commerce Block and the Hodges Building.
    • Benjamin Turnbull

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Benjamin Turnbull (1862-1929) was a prominent Everett architect. He was the designer of the Commerce Block and the Hodges Building.
    • C.E. Flock Funeral

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves; Funeral rites & ceremonies
    • This picture depicts the burial of C.E. Flock (1881-1903), who was the victim of an industrial accident. The tombstone of Mary A. Trombley is visible in the background.
    • Captain R.K. Beecham

    • Portraits; Veterans
    • Captain Robert K. Beecham (1838-1920) was born in New Brunswick, Canada, on March 25, 1838. He moved to Wisconsin at the age of 7, and enlisted with the Second Wisconsin Volunteers in 1861. He rose to the rank of Captain in the "Iron Brigade,"...
    • Charles Hove

    • Portraits; Architects
    • Charles Hove (1852-1915) was best-known as the architect of the Hotel Montel Cristo (later Providence Hospital).
    • Charles Hove

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Charles Hove (1852-1915) was best-known as the architect of the Hotel Montel Cristo (later Providence Hospital).
    • Charles Hove Newspaper Article

    • Architects; Newspapers
    • Charles Hove (1852-1915) was best-known as the architect of the Hotel Montel Cristo (later Providence Hospital). This newspaper title announces his 1915 death after being mauled by a bull near Leavenworth, Washington.
    • Charles Raymond

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Deputy Sheriff Charles Raymond (1859-1902) was a lawman who was killed on July 3, 1902, by outlaw Harry Tracy.
    • Charles Raymond

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Deputy Sheriff Charles Raymond (1859-1902) was a lawman who was killed on July 3, 1902, by outlaw Harry Tracy.
    • City Marshal Dennis Crowe

    • Cemeteries; Graves; Plats
    • Dennis Crowe (1860-1894) served as Everett’s first city marshal. Crowe ran for city marshal on the Populist Party ticket and was elected to office on April 27, 1893, by a plurality of 60 votes. He died at the Everett Hospital on November 14, 1894....
    • Clara Rigby Casperson

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Iowa-born sisters Alice Rigby (1871-1915) and Clara Rigby (1873-1953) arrived in Everett in the early 20th century. Together, they owned and operated a professional photo studio. From 1905 to 1915--a time when female-owned businesses were...
    • Dennis Boyle

    • Fire fighters; Portraits
    • On the evening of October 29, 1923, a fire engine, charging west on Hewitt Avenue from the Everett Fire Department Riverside station, and the fire chief's roadster, travelling north on Colby Avenue, collided. Both were responding to a false alarm...

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