Various Newspapers, November-December 1895

All pertaining to the death of Capt. D. B. Jackson.

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Snohomish County Tribune, 12-06-1895

Capt. D. B. Jackson, who has been a leading figure among the steamboat men on the Sound for nearly thirty years, died of diabetes at his home at Eight and Pine streets, Seattle, at 7:45 o'clock last night, at the age of 62 years. He had been ill for two months, but two weeks ago was much better and went to his office. He caught cold and this brought about a relapse, from which he did not recover. Mr. Jackson was well known and had many friends in Snohomish county, who will be grieved to hear of his demise.




The Democrat-Leader, 12-06-1895

Capt. D. B. Jackson, a wealthy citizen of Seattle, a prominent steamboat man and president and manager of the Northwestern Steamship Company, died at his home in Seattle last Friday.




The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12-01-1895, Page 14

JACKSON--In Seattle, Friday, November 29, 1895, Danield B. Jackson, of diabetes. age 62 years.




The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11-30-1895, Page 6

JACKSON--The funeral of the late Daniel B. Jackson will be held at the family residence, 1529 Eighth street, Tuesday, December 3, 1895, at 11 o'clock a.m.