PEOPLE IN THE HISTORY OF WOODINVILLE, WASHINGTON

K - M


NAME VITALS NOTES CEMETERY
LOCATION
Keener, John - - -
Keller, George b. 1900 Grandson of Ira and Susan Woodin. Mother - Helen Woodin Keller. Grew up in Redmond, Wa. as one of 9 kids. George was a twin, but twin died in 1904. He raised Jersey cows & shipped them to China & South America. -
Klein, Frederick D. b. 1916 Lived in Woodinville since 1922. Brown-grey eyes. Mail Carrier. Husband of Ruth Klein. -
Klein, Ruth m. 1938 Wife of Frederick D. Klein -
Knowles, Mr. - - -
Koch, John (Johann Koch) b. 2/9/1877 near Heidelberg, Bavaria (Germany).
d. 12/5/1952
Also went by John Cook. Committed suicide. Was a sergeant in the German Army. Arrived in NYC around 1900. Never married. Outspoken with a fiery temper. At one time he attended a communist rally with the intent of reforming the communists. Woodinville
BL. 5 Sq 9 Loc. 4
Larson, Alonzo - - -
Larson, Andrew d. early 1930's Grandfather of Lloyd Repman. Andrew from Sundsvall, Sweden. Wife = Mary S. Anderson Larson. Built in the 1920's Hollywood Corner Service Station. -
Larson, Andrew - Sibling of Charlie, Anna, and Selma. Arrived in Chicago from Sundsvall, Sweden in 1870's. Daughters=Nina Larson Jensen, Kathryn Larson Bigelow, Leonora Larson Adams. Wife = Mary. Died from a beating from two men who tried to rob his store. Master mechanic. -
Larson, Anna - Sibling of Charlie, Andrew, and Selma. Arrived in Chicago from Sundsvall, Sweden in 1870's. -
Larson, Charlie - Sibling of Andrew, Anna, and Selma. Arrived in Chicago from Sundsvall, Sweden in 1870's. -
Larson, Mary Sophia Anderson - Husband = Andrew Larson. Dau. of Andrew Anderson. ch. Esther Larson Repman, Kathryn Bigelow, Nina Jensen, Leonora Adams. Grand children - Lloyd Repman. From Doderhult Parish, Oskarshamn, Sweden. -
Larson, Selma - Sibling of Charlie, Anna and Andrew. Arrived in Chicago from Sundsvall, Sweden in 1870's. -
Lee, “Bad” Bob - A crook who tried to rob the Woodin’s store. He used too much dynamite to open the safe that it blew the door of the safe right through the back of the store and across the river. -
Lucero, Louise (Lucy) Peterson b. 1909 in Mass. George Peterson’s daughter. Grandma to Derby (Hollywood), Wa. in 1876 with 4 sons. Grandma owned 160 acres which included land where Hollywood School house stands & was 2nd White Woman in area. -
Lunn, Andrew - Father of Henry Lunn. Woodinville
BL. 1? Sq ? Loc. ?
Lunn, Henry - Son of Andrew Lunn. Woodinville
BL. 1? Sq ? Loc. ?
Mack, Bill - In grade school in 1921. -
Mack, Gene b. 4/18/1916 Monroe, Wa. In grade school in 1921. Started Mack’s Corner in 1948 with first wife Edna. It was Gene’s father’s house that was turned, moved and made into the store. -
Mack, Marie - In grade school in 1921. -
Manns, Doc - or Mann? -
McCune, Donald b. 1918
d. 1993
Had a TV Show in the 1950's. Husband of Linda McCune. Woodinville
Bl. 2 Sq. 18? Loc. ?
McDonald, Frances - - -
McMahon, Helen - - -
Michener, Rev. - - -
Montague, J. T. - - -

Last updated July 6, 1998

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