Davenport Mountain View Cemetery  


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Dietrich, Bertha L:  (1895-1976);  “Bertha L. Dietrich.—Passed away Aug 17, at the Davenport Hospital. Her home was Davenport, WA, she is survived by one son, Marvin Dietrich of Davenport; one daughter, Mrs. Lud (Dorothy) Peha, Almira, WA; one grandson, Larry Peha, Almira; 4 great grandsons; one brother, Walter Kruger, Davenport. She was a member of the Wilson Grange. Funeral services will be held Friday Aug 20 at 2 p.m., from the Chapel of the Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Rev Dave Edwards officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport.” (Spokesman: 17 Aug 1976) “Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Strate Funeral Chapel for Bertha Lydia Dietrich. Mrs Dietrich died August 17 at the Lincoln Nursing Home in Davenport. She is survived by one son, Marvin Dietrich, Davenport and a daughter, Mrs. Lud (Dorothy) Peha at Almira and four grandsons. A brother, Walter Kruger of Davenport, also survives her as do numerous nieces and nephews. Burial and concluding services will be held at the Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, under the direction of the Rev David Edwards.” (Davenport Times: 8-19-1976) “In Memory of Bertha L Dietrich. Born: Feb 27, 1895, Rocklyn, WA. Passed away August 17, 1976, Davenport, WA. Funeral Services: Friday, Aug 20, 1976 at 2 p.m. Chapel of the Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Rev. David Edwards, Officiating.  Sacred Selections: ‘Take My Hand Precious Lord’ and ‘The Last Mile of the Way,’ Merrill Womach, Soloist. Concluding Services and Vault Interment: Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA. Casket Bearers: Elwend Kruger, Herbert Kruger, Melvin Maurer, Carl Mielke, George Mielke and Donald Bartlett.” (Funeral Program)  (Edit: Bertha Lydia Kruger was born Feb 27, 1895 at Rocklyn, Lincoln Co, WA to Henry and Augusta Kruger. On Nov 30, 1916 she was married to Henry Ruppel who died Feb 4, 1917. They had no children. In 1919 she was married to Frederich C Dietrich. They had three children, Elsie Viola Gaines, Marvin Arthur Dietrich and Dorothy Rosalia Peha.); 


Dietrich, Frederick C:  (1892-1957);   “Fred Christian Dietrich was born Jan 16, 1892 at Pana, IL. He came west with his parents to Harrington in 1904. In 1919 he married Bertha Kruger and they resided on a farm near Rocklyn. They also resided on a farm northeast of Harrington, which they purchased, and which formerly was the S H Miller place. In 1945 they retired to Davenport. Surviving Mr Dietrich are his wife, Bertha, at the home; one son, Marvin Dietrich, Lewiston, Idaho; two daughters, Elsie Goins, Greenacres, and Dorothy Peha, Almira; two sisters, Anna Ulrich of St John and Lena Ulrich of Chehalis; four brothers, Carl, William, John and Herman, all of Chelan; one grandchild and two great grandchildren. Mr Dietrich had been in poor health and had gone to Hot Springs, MT, for medical treatment. He died there May 1, in his car. Mr Dietrich was a member of the Grange. Last rites were held Sunday, May 5, from the Methodist church at Davenport. Rev Eugene Ford was officiating clergyman. Gordon Larson sang ‘Beyond the Sunset’. Miss Betty Johnson was organist. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were Walter Abbott, Walter Zellmer, M O Olson, Ed Zellmer, Claude Rutter and Carl Grob. Coming from out of town to join Mrs Dietrich and her children for the last rites were Mr and Mrs Herbert Ulrich and family, Mr and Mrs Roy Ulrich, Seattle; Mr and Mrs Don Love and family, Mansfield; Mr and Mrs Lee Montgomery, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ulrich, Richland; Carl Dietrich, Mr and Mrs John Dietrich, Mr and Mrs John Dietrich Jr and family, Mrs Veryle Miller, Herman Dietrich, Chelan; Mr and Mrs Albert Ulrich, Chehalis, Mr and Mrs Harland Ulrich, Mrs and Mrs Ben Ulrich and family, St John, Mr and Mrs James Woodward, of Rosalia.” (Citizen: 24 May 1957)


Dietrich, Marvin A: (unconfirmed; 1921-1998);  “Marvin A Dietrich passed away Dec 20 in Davenport. He was 77.  He was born Nov 16, 1921 in Rocklyn, in the same house his mother Bertha Kruger was born in. His father’s name was Fred Dietrich.  Marvin graduated from Harrington High School in 1940, and was a veteran of the US Army, World War II. He received an honorable discharge from the Army in 1945 with the American Theater, Asiatic Pacific, Good Conduct and Victory medals.  He married Marlene Cournoyer on Oct 10, 1975, and they farmed in Rocklyn until they moved to Davenport in 1989.  Marvin loved playing cards with his friends and enjoyed taking his children fishing. He is survived by his wife, Marlene; five daughters, Julia and husband Dirk Jacobsen of Davenport; Faye Drapeau of Norfolk, NE; Laura Drapeau of Albuquerque, NY; Karen Neeley of Davenport; and Denise Willey of Spokane; two sons, Kevin Drapeau and Philip Drapeau, both of South Dakota; one nephew, Larry Peha, of Almira; 32 grandchildren; and 3 great grandchildren.  Mr Dietrich was preceded in death by two sisters, Elsie Gaines and Dorothy Peha, and his parents. Funeral service was held Dec 23, and Strate Funeral Home handled the arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 12-24-1998)


Doering, Leona W:  (1919-1966); (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Donnell, Arthur H:  (Aug 8, 1874-Feb 14, 1900); (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Doty, Alice J:  (Jan 12, 1871-July 14, 1901); w/o C M (See Probate #576) (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Doty, Charles M:  (1858-1939); “Chas M Doty. Died: March 22, 1929.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index) (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Doty, Clyde C:  (d. 7-21-1897; age2 yrs 7 mos 19 days; s/o CM); “Clyde Doty. Died: 7-22-1897.” (Lincoln Co Auditor death ledger)  (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Doty, Guy W:  (1893-1905); s/o CM & AJ; d. 7-11-1905; (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Doty, Howard:  (1912-1974) “Howard C Doty.—His home was Davenport, WA. Survived by his wife, Josephine at the home; 2 sons, Charles Doty of Homestead, FL and Larry Doty, Boise, Idaho; one daughter, Mrs Barbara Franz, Spokane; 6 grandchildren; one brother, Verne Badgley, Davenport, WA; 2 sisters, Mrs Lydia Buck, Davenport and Mrs Helen Hoopingarner, Spokane. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Aug 6 at 2 p.m. form the Zion Lutheran Church in Davenport, WA, the Rev Stanley Williamson officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Davenport, WA. Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA, in charge of arrangements.” (Spokesman Review: 8-09-1974)


Doty, Sean Anthony:  (1968-1991);  “Funeral service for Sean Doty was held Wednesday at the chapel of Strate Funeral Home with the Rev Walter Estelle officiating. Concluding service and interment was at Mountain View Cemetery in Davenport. Mr Doty, 23, passed away Dec 1, 1991 in Spokane. Born Aug 17, 1968, in Davenport to Larry and Barbara (Paeper) Doty, he attended Davenport schools, graduating in 1987. While at DHS, he participated in wrestling, band, football, Future Business Leaders of America, Science Club, Future Homemakers of America, choir and Pep Club. He also was a member of the National Honor Society. At graduation, he received the music award and was voted outstanding boy by his classmates. In addition, he was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Davenport and attained the rank of Eagle Scout. After high school, he attended the University of Puget Sound, Whitworth College and Eastern Washington University, and worked at various jobs in the area. He enjoyed fishing and playing the piano.  He is survived by his parents, Larry and Barb Doty of Davenport; two sisters, Shala and her husband Albert Vorderbrueggen of Pullman, WA, and Leslie and her fiancé Corey Oliver of Spokane; a nephew, Jordan Vorderbrueggen of Pullman; maternal grandmother, Florence Paeper of Davenport; paternal grandmother, Josephine Brown and her husband Foster of Spokane; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Strate Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 12-05-1991);


Dow surname:  (Orwin Dow, 75, died at his home in Guadalajara, Mexico on Oct 5, 1972 with burial there. He was a rural mail carrier in the Davenport area and moved to Lakebay, WA from Davenport. Later moving to Phoenix, AZ, they retired in Mexico. He was a veteran of WW I and WW II. He was survived by his wife Bernice, son Norman and two daughters, Stacy Yates and Patricia Davidson.)


Dow, baby:  (Apr 8, 1920-Apr 10, 1920); (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Downie, Rhoda C:  (1876-1960); “Funeral services were held Saturday at the Presbyterian church in Davenport for Rhoda Catherine Downie, 84, a resident of the area for fifty years. She died Dec 15 at her home here after failing in health the past few years.  The Rev John A Christensen officiated at the rite which was arranged by Strate Funeral Home. Gordon R Larson was vocal soloist and Mrs John F Green was organist.  Interment was at Mountain View Cemetery. Casket bearers were C W Richards, Frank C Rambo, Vern O Bumgarner, Oswald A Heid, N W Livingston and W A Wilbur.  Rhoda Catherine was born Nov 20, 1876, at Churdan, Iowa, where she was raised. She was married June 14, 1905, to W W Downie and they moved to Davenport. He was engaged in banking and insurance at Davenport, Wenatchee and Harrington until he preceded her in death in 1953. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church, Chapter No 131, Order of Eastern Star and Chapter N of PEO.  Survivors include one daughter, Ruth Kiner, Davenport; a son, James R Downie, Yakima; and five grandchildren.” (Dav. Times: 12-22-1960) “Rhoda Catherine Downie. Dated: 12-15-1960. Dear little lady of many interests.”  (Davenport Presbyterian Ledger);


Downie, Warren William:  (1871-1953);  “Warren Downie. Died: Nov 17, 1953.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)   “Warren W Downie, clerk of Lincoln County, was  born at Elkader, Iowa, April 9, 1871.  His parents were John and Ruth (Williams) Downie, both of whom are deceased.  The father was a native of Canada, his parents having come from Scotland.  The mother, who was a native of the Empire State, died in Clayton County, Iowa.   Our subject was reared on a farm and attended School until he was fifteen years of age.  Returning to the farm he remained there until he was twenty.  Graduating from Capital City Business College, of Des Moines, Iowa, he became associated with a grain company in that city in the capacity of a bookkeeper, and was then given a station on the live with which he remained until 1899, when he came to Davenport, Washington. Here he remained only on month, going thence to Mohler, Washington, for the J. Q. Adams grain company, with whom he continued continuously until he was elected to his present office.  This was in 1902.  Warren W. Downie has two brothers, Ray H, in Iowa and John W, on the old homestead in that State, and one sister, Lillie, wife of Samuel D. Burgeson, a farmer living in Illinois.  Mr Downie is highly esteemed and an influential factor in the community in which he resides.”  (excerpt from An Illustrated History of the Big Bend Country, embracing Lincoln, Douglas, Adams and Franklin Counties, State of Washington", published by Western Historical Publishing Co, 1904.)  “Warren W Downie, 82, a resident of Lincoln County for 54 years, died Tuesday morning at his home in Davenport following an eight week long illness.  Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. The Rev John A Christensen will officiate at the rite arranged by the Bumgarner Funeral Home.  W W Downie was born April 9, 1871, at Elkador, Iowa, and resided on a farm there until 15 years of age. He graduated from a business college at Des Moines, Iowa, and worked for a grain dealer there prior to coming to Davenport in 1899. He worked for a Mohler grain company and then was Lincoln County clerk for one term.  He was president of the Harrington First National Bank from 1910 to 1927 and then operated an insurance and real estate office in Davenport. He was married June 14, 1905 to Rhoda C Hill.  Long active in Republican party activities, Mr Downie was for many years secretary of the county Republican central committee and a precinct committeeman. He was  a member of Laurel Lodge No 119, F & AM, Harrington; Davenport Chapter No 25, RAM; El Katif Temple Shrine, in Spokane; Davenport Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; IOOF of Harrington; and of the Davenport Presbyterian Church. Survivors include the widow, Rhoda, at home; two children, Ruth Kiner, Davenport; James Downie, Yakima; and five grandchildren.” (Davenport Times: undated, submitted by family) “Warren W Downie. Dated: 11-17-1953. 


Draeger, Johanna:  (1833-1902);  “Johanna Draeger, mother of Mrs E Knappert and Mrs Henry Kahse, died on Monday, Sept 8, at 11 a.m.  She reached the age of 69 years and 3 months. The funeral took place on Wednesday, Sept 10, from the Ev. Lutheran Church. Rev G Koehler officiating.” (LCT: 9-09-1902)


Drefs, Ernest H:  (1927-2000);  “Memorial service for Ernest H Drefs, 72, was Tuesday, Aug 1, at the Zion Lutheran Church with Pastor Mark Egertson officiating. Mr Drefs died July 26 in Davenport.  He was born Aug 21, 1927 in Fremont, NE, to parents Julius and Ida Drefs, the youngest of four children. At age 10, he got his first job filling Dixie cups in an ice cream factory, then moved on to a newspaper route and picked corn using a team of horses. At age 14, he worked for Grosse’s Well Drilling and Gravel Delivery before entering the Army, serving in WW II in Guam, Tinian and Saipan. Returning to the US he worked at a Chrysler dealership, returned to Davenport in 1955 and worked for Hernas Chevrolet until 1965, when he entered a two-year partnership with John Sawyer at the Phillips 66 service station. He began work with the Washington Dept of Transportation in 1967 and retired as an operator after 23 years of service in June 1989. He married Pauline Stuckle on July 20, 1956, at Zion Lutheran Church. He was a 45-year member of Zion Lutheran Church, a volunteer firefighter for 18 years in Davenport and 8 years in South Dakota, belonged to the Davenport Lions Club, Davenport Veterans of Foreign Wars and the HASSIE Antique Car Club. He also had served on the Davenport City Council. He leaves his wife, Pauline (Stuckle) Drefs at the home; a daughter, Cheryl and Ron Whitehead of Grand Coulee; two brothers, Eugene Drefs and Elton Drefs, both of Parkston, SD; a sister, Olivia Blume, of Spokane; his mother-in-law and brother-in-law, Gertie Stuckle and Gene Stuckle, both of Davenport; two nephews…, two nieces…” (Dav. Times: 8-03-2000) 


Duff, Frank A:  d. 1906; (Davenport City);  “Mr F A Duff, a stranger in town, was found in bed dead Tuesday morning at the Davenport hotel by the proprietor, Frank Rumberger, who went to rouse him between 8 and 9 o’clock. The man came in from Miles a few days before, and was suffering from dropsy and Bright’s disease. He had consulted Dr G W H Moore, who examined him and told him that he had but a short time to live, not to exceed two months. He at once sent a message to a brother in Castali, Iowa, asking for money with which to buy a ticket to that place, stating that the doctor said he could not live. On his person was found a letter written from Daisy signed “your mother,” but no other name is signed. The prosecuting attorney and sheriff have been in communication with parties at Daisy, but up to this time, Wednesday noon, have not been able to locate her if she resides there. No reply has been received from the brother in Iowa either, who was wired of the death of F A Duff. The remains are held in the undertaking parlors of O W Stone, awaiting orders from relatives. The man had the appearance of a day laborer, and was not known in town. (LCT: 4-20-1906) “Tuesday morning R A Duff, who had arrived at the Davenport hotel a few days previous from Miles, Montana, was found dead in his room. He was ill when he arrived, suffering from Bright’s disease. He was aware of his danger and wired his brother Friday, at Castalla, Iowa. ‘Wire money to come home. Have an attack of dropsy and doctor says I cannot live.’  As he did not appear at breakfast Mr Rumberger went to his room at 8:15 to call him. Failing to get a response he opened the door and found Duff dead in bed. The cause of death was pronounced by the doctor as acute Bright’s disease. The sheriff took charge of the remains and there were letters on his person which led to his identity. He was somewhere between 30 and 40 years of age and besides the brother in Iowa, has a mother at Daisy, Stevens County. He had two society pins on his person, one of the Modern Woodmen and Foresters. The sheriff turned the remains over to O W Stone who took charge, awaiting the wishes of the relatives as to their disposal. His mother arrived here this morning and his brother telegraphed to bury him here.” (Dav. Tribune: 4-19-1906)


Duncan, Clara:  (1910-1991);  “A memorial service will be held for former Davenport resident Clara Dormier Duncan at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Davenport Assembly of God Church.  Mrs Duncan, 81, died of cancer last Saturday at the home of her daughter, Jennie Hackney. She is preceded in death by a son, Raymond, on Dec 9, 1941, and her husband LeRoy on Feb 25, 1952.  Mrs Duncan was born in Megargle, Texas, and spent her childhood in southern Idaho, where her family farmed. In 1931 she married LeRoy Duncan at Aberdeen, Idaho. She and her husband pastured in many locations in Idaho, Oregon and North Carolina. They moved to Davenport in 1946 when they became pastors of the Assembly of God Church. They pastured until 1952, when LeRoy died from injuries received in a car accident. Two of their daughters, Jennie and Dorothea, graduated from Davenport High School during that time.  In 1953, Mrs Duncan moved to American Falls, Idaho, with her three younger children, where she lived for 10 years. In 1963, she returned to Davenport with her son, Douglas, who also graduated from DHS.  Mrs Duncan was employed in the Lincoln County Assessor’s Office at the time of her retirement in 1972. She remained in Davenport until 1980 when she moved to the Snohomish/Monroe area to be near four of her children. Mrs Duncan is survived by four daughters, Jennie Hackney of Snohomish; Dorothea Klein of Edwall; Marlene Woolms of Mill Creek; and Esther Duncan of Everett; one son, Dr Douglas Duncan, DC, of Lake Stevens; one brother, Martin Dormier of Vancouver, WA; nine grandchildren; six great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.” (Dav. Times: 7-18-1991);


Duncan, LeRoy R:  (1910-1952); “LeRoy Raymond Duncan. Died: Feb 25, 1952.” (Bumgarner Funeral Index)

 “Funeral services for the Rev LeRoy Duncan were held Friday in the Davenport Gospel Tabernacle, the church he had served as minister for the past six years. Both the main church and the basement room were crowded for the service.  Interment was at Mountain View Cemetery with the Bumgarner funeral home in charge. Pall bearers were Richard, Milton, Robert and Wilbur Hardy, Linas Kiehn and Arvin Wendlandt. The Rev R J Carlson sang and Al Scheaffer was at the organ, both of Spokane.  In charge of the service were the Rev Dwight McLoughlin, Seattle, superintendent of the Gospel Tabernacle churches of the state and who also preached the Rev Duncan’s ordination sermon, and the Rev W H Boyles, district presbyter, of Spokane.  The Rev Duncan is survived by his wife, Mrs Clara Duncan; four daughters, Jennie, Dorothea, Mildred Marlene and Ester Mae, and a son, Douglas Durwood, all at the home here.  Among those from out of state here for the service were Mrs Duncan’s parents, Mr and Mrs T D Dormaier; her brother and sister-in-law, the Rev and Mrs M Dormaier, and aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs John Maisch, all of American Falls, Idaho; Mr and Mrs Armond Pratt and daughter and Mr and Mrs Ed Payne and daughter, Stanfield, Oregon, and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Riggs, LaGrande, Oregon.” (scrapbook item: undated)


Duncan, Minerva J Frans:  (1839-1919); “Mrs Minerva Duncan, past 80 years of age, died at 10:30 o’clock last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs C A Bell in this city.  The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock at the ME Church, interment following in Mountain View Cemetery.  Mrs Duncan was a native of Texas and a pioneer of Lincoln County, coming here in 1883, was the mother of Mrs W J Hart and Mrs C A Bell of this city.  She was the sister of the late John S Frans, and after the death of her sister, kept house for and assisted in rearing the Frans children. She was widely known in northern Lincoln County and especially in the Egypt country. Since coming to Davenport to reside her advanced age has kept her from mingling with her neighbors to any great extent.” (DT & T:  10-02-1919)  “That the Final Account of said Ettie A Bell and John B Bell, executors, rendered and filed herein on the 4th day of May, 1920, be and the same is in all respects allowed, settled and confirmed, and all of the acts and doings of the said executors…. Heirs-at law of said deceased, their ages and residence, are as follows: William T Duncan, son, 55 yrs, Spokane; Ettie A Bell, daughter, 47, Davenport; Lula Duncan, a granddaughter, 22, Northport; Lena Duncan, a granddaughter, 16, Everett; Charles L Frans, a grandson, 32, San Francisco; Myrtle I Frans, a granddaughter, 24, Tacoma; Ora Frans, a granddaughter, 20, Grandview; Martha E Hart, a daughter, 58, Davenport.” (Quotes from Lincoln Co Probate file #2146, Minerva J Duncan, who died per probate Oct 1, 1919 with property in Lincoln and Douglas counties.) {See also Frans Cemetery in Egypt country for additional family histories.}


Dunham, Melissa Jane:  (1846-1933) (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Dunn, William Chas:  (b. 1-05-1866; d. 3-01-1913);  “William Charles Dunn died at his home north of this city last Saturday of hemorrhages, aged 48 years, one month and 23 days. Deceased was born in Virden, IL, Jan 5, 1865. He came to Davenport 26 years ago and has resided in this community all that time except seven that he spent in Douglas. He leaves a wife and a sister to mourn his untimely demise. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, Rev Frederick Tonge officiating, and interment was in the Mt View Cem.” (D Tribune: 3-06-1913) “William C Dunn, a farmer living south of this city, engaged at various times in butcher and furniture business here, but recently in farming, died Saturday night from hemorrhage of the lungs, being ill but a few minutes. Mrs Dunn, a sister of Mrs Louis Kirchen, ran through the deep snow to get to a neighboring telephone, but her husband had expired before her return and the arrival of a physician. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon.” (LCT: 3-07-1913)


Dunning, Austin S:  (b. 6-28-1831; d. 6-13-1908; Corp. Co I, 2 Minn. Cav.) h/o Sidney; “Austin S Dunning, an old veteran and one of the most righteous and upright men of our community died last Sunday morning at 2 AM after several weeks’ illness caused from a severe stroke of paralysis.  Mr Dunning was born in Trenton, Ohio, June 28, 1831 and had he lived he would have been 77 years old the 28th of this month. He moved to Byron, IL, in January, 1849; from there he moved in 1852 to Minnesota. On Dec 31, 1863 he enlisted in Company 1, second regiment of Minnesota cavalry volunteers and was discharged Nov 22, 1865 at Fort Snelling, MN. From MN he moved to South Dakota in 1876 and from there he came to Davenport in 1898, where he has resided since. He was married at Richmond, Winona Co, MN, March 27, 1856 and to this union were born six children, three of whom are now living: W C Dunning, F E Dunning, and Mrs Annie Hanson, who attended their father’s funeral here. The funeral was held at the Christian Church Monday afternoon and officiated over by the Rev W B Reed, assisted by Revs Walton and Skinner. After which the veterans marched with the remains to the cemetery (Mountain View) where interment was made, and the bugle softly sounded taps over a newly made grave in which lay at final rest one who had not only faced the shot and shell of conflict but had fought the battles of life. As a citizen there was none better and his many friends throughout this part of the state will sorrowfully miss his presence among us. To his family we offer our sympathy in their hour of sadness.” (Dav. Tribune: 6-18-1908)  “A S Dunning. Dated: Nov 29, 1902.; A S Dunning. Dated Oct 4, 1906. Vouche4r #187 amount $10. Janitor for Hall, Post #93.; A S Dunning. Dated: Apr 25, 1908; Voucher #201. Amount: $25. Post #93.; A S Dunning. Dated: June 18, 1908. Amount: $80.05, funeral expenses, Dr, livery, pastor and surrey.” (GAR Relief Application);


Dunning, Frank E:  (1862-1918); son of Austin and Sidney Dunning; “Franklin Elmer Dunning. Died: 2-05-1918, Spokane, Spokane Co, WA.  Spouse: Clara; Father: A S Dunning; Mother: Sidney Malson.” (Data from death certificate); 


Dunning, Sidney:  (1835-1918); w/o Austin Dunning; “Mrs Sidney Dunning. Dated: Dec 20, 1916; $20.” (GAR Relief Application) “Bette Beebe placed poppies on the grave of Sidney Dunning, a veteran of the Civil War, in commemoration of Memorial Day May 28 at the Mountain View Cemetery.” (Photo caption of the huge tombstone of Sidney Dunning.);


Dupee, Hattie:  (1870-1932); (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Dupee, William:  (1866-1941); (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Dupuy, William D: (1854-1889); d. 11-20-1889; (tombstone listing shown by Lartigues in 1974);


Durand, Tammy Jo:  (d. 9-07-1972)


Dye, Catharine:  (burial: Davenport City)  “Mrs R M Dye, age 45, wife of a well known Davenport attorney, died Monday night at the Sacred Heart hospital after an operation. Mrs Dye was operated upon Monday morning and appeared to be getting along well until 6 p.m. when her condition took a turn for the worse and she died at nine o’clock. She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Katherine and Roberta. Funeral services were held at Davenport.” (Odessa Record: 1-04-1924)


Dye, Robert M: (1872-1955); Atty; “Robert McAllister Dye. Dated: 3-07-1955. Longtime lawyer of community fadeth away.” (Davenport Presbyterian Ledger) (Photo of R M Dye, Prosecuting Attorney in H. Citizen: 12-01-1905); 



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