PEOPLE IN THE HISTORY OF WOODINVILLE, WASHINGTON

N - Z


NAME VITALS NOTES CEMETERY
LOCATION
Newberg, Ernie - In grade school in 1921. -
Newberg, Gladis - In grade school in 1921. -
Newberg, Gus - Wife - Marie. -
Newberg, Violet - In grade school in 1921. -
Nichol, Roy - Gas Station -
Nielson, Emanuel - Grandfather of Helen Halver on her mom’s side. Came from Chicago when she was 16yrs old. Owned a store. Wife = Greta. Woodinville
Bl. 1 Sq. 18 Loc. 2
Orwig, Elizabeth “Tinkie” - - -
Owens, Robert - - -
Pearce, Nell - Ran a Bee farm with Elizabeth Dickerson. -
Pearson, Henning - - -
Pearson, Patty b. April 25, 1947 Colfax, Wa. Wife of Perry Pearson -
Pearson, Perry - Husband of Patty Pearson. His dad immigrated from Sweden in the 1920's. -
Peterson, Alpha b. 1913
m. April 1939
m. Henry (Hank) Peterson in April 1939. ch. Bruce, Dale, Wesley. Moved to Woodinville in 1940. She was originally from Kansas. Brother was Bud b. 1916. -
Peterson, Art - Son of Caroline Peterson. -
Peterson, Bob - Son of Caroline Peterson. -
Peterson, Bruce b. 1942 Son of Hank & Alpha Peterson -
Peterson, Carolina - Sons are Fred, George, Art and Bob. -
Peterson, Dale b. 1943 Son of Hank & Alpha Peterson -
Peterson, Fred - Son of Caroline Peterson. -
Peterson, George - Son of Caroline Peterson. Of Derby (Later Hollywood Hill). Owner of Homestead Grocery. Daughter - Louise Peterson Lucero. -
Peterson, Henry (Hank) - Wife = Alpha. ch. Bruce, Dale, Wesley. Moved to Woodinville in 1940. They sold their land to Molbak's. -
Peterson, Wesley b. 1945 Son of Hank & Alpha Peterson. -
Phillis, Mrs. - - -
Post, Ira - - -
Pruden, Bill - - -
Repman, Chester - He served in the Spanish American War. M. Esther Larson. Son - Lloyd. -
Repman, Esther Larson b. 9/16/1890 Derby (now Hollywood), Wa. Graduated High School June 1909. Age was 102 in 1992. She was just over 1 month old when Edmonds was incorporated. Her parents were married in Seattle on the day Washington became a state in the Union by Rev. Mark Matthews of the 1st Presbyterian Church of Seattle. Father - Andrew Larson. m. Chester Repman 1915. Son-Lloyd in Edmonds Courted Albert Smith in 12/1909. Woodinville
Bl. 2 Sq. 24? Loc. ?
Repman, Lloyd b. 1919
m. 1943 Virginia Anderson
Grandpa is Andrew Larson. m. Virginia Anderson - eloped to Kirkland 1943. 4 ch. and 10 grand children. Celebrated 50th wedding anniversary. -
River, Francis - - -
Roehr, - - -
Rogers, Agnes ? Freeman - Married 1st to Raymond Leroy Freeman, 2nd to Fred Rogers. -
Rogers, Fred - 2nd husband of Henry Freeman's wife. Accidently killed in 1926 at the Silar Logging Company. -
Rondeau, Blanche - From her home on 171st NE her family could see all the way to Mack’s Corner because the hill had been clear cut. -
Russell, Milt - Sold store to Clara & Sarah Jacobsen. -
Smith, Albert - Courted Ester Larson in 12/1909. -
Smith, Curly - Father is William O. Smith. -
Smith, Frank - Worked at the livery. -
Smith, William O. - 1st Butcher Shop. Son is Curly Smith. -
Sorenson, W. - - -
Stokes, Vernon - - -
Stroebel, Mae Suttles b. 1890
m. 9/14/1910 Max Stroebal
Dau. of Agnes Priestly and George Suttles. Her father died in 1899 of Typhoid Fever. Her step-father died in 1908 of TB. Her mom married again to George Paine. -
Stroebel, Max - Spouse - Mae -
Suttles, Mrs. - - -
Swanson, Ed - - -
Teegarden, Clara Jacobsen m. 1914 Stopped teaching when Sarah married to run store herself. Clara later married Harry Teegarden in 1914. Contracted TB & moved to Arizona for her health in 1925 selling the store to the DeYoungs. Woodinville
Bl. 1 Sq. 20 Loc. 2
Teegarden, Harry - Husband of Clara Jacobsen. Helped run store. Had blacksmith shop he later sold to Johann Koch. Woodinville
Bl. 1 Sq. 20 Loc. 1
Thompson, Hector - In grade school in 1921. -
Thompson, Jack - In grade school in 1921. -
Thorpe, Mr. - - -
Threlkeld, Mr. & Mrs. - Teachers in Woodinville 1914-1916. -
Turner, Clark - - -
Vangemert, Al b. 2/1/1898 Hoboken, N.J. Worked at a mill. Family came to Woodinville on May 18, 1904. Ch. Nathan, Marshal, Dean. Al joined service in WWI when he was 19. Served at Ft. Casey then Fort Worden. He arrived in Germany on the day the Armistice was signed. -
Verd, Will - - -
Waugh, - - -
Weiss, Bill - Husband of Rose George Weiss. -
Weiss, Rose George b. 1919 From family of 7 children. Wife of Bill Weiss. -
Wids, Ethel - - -
Wilgus, Albert - Nov. 1957 ran his car into the Woodinville Community Methodist Church accidently. Church damaged enough it was torn down. -
Wilkers, Roy - In grade school in 1921. -
Woodin, Ira - His home was also the first post office. Husband of Susan Woodin. Woodinville
Bl. 2 Sq. 4 Loc. 3
Woodin, Susan - Wife of Ira Woodin. Woodinville
Bl. 2 Sq. 4 Loc. 2
Worley, Roy - - -
Yomoko, Mr. - A doctor. Japanese Family. -


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