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Members of the Arctic Brotherhood
No records in this dataset
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Victims of the killer avalanch on the Chilkoot in 1897-98
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Victims of the marine disaster with S.S. Canadian Islander Aug 15, 1901
No records in this dataset
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Benjamin F. Craig
NameDateAddress
ANSKOL, CHRISDEC 08, 1906Ft. Yukon, YT
BAILEY, J.I.OCT 11, 1905Ft. Yukon, AK
BEAUMONT, T.H.JUN , 1904Fort Yukon, AK
BOLAND, JAS.E.AUG 04, 1914Fort Yukon, AK
CADZOW, DNAJUL 28, 1906Ft. Yukon, AK
CLARK, GEO.MCF.JUL 03, 1910Fort Yukon, AK
CLEVELAND, DR. J.A.MAY 05, 1902Ft. Yukon, AK
COY, JOHN U.JUL 22, 1901Fort Yukon, AK
DALY, MATTSEP 24, 1912Fort Yukon, AK
DARLING, CHAS.JUN 30, 1917C/o Str. Yukon. Fairbanks, AK
DROLETT, J.B.FEB 05, 1906Ft. Yukon, Mouse Id, AK
ELLIOTT, J.M.SEP 25, 1912Fort Yukon, AK. Died Seattle, AK, age 81, 1950.
FARRELL, WM.Ft. Yukon, AK
FOSTER, FRANK E.Fort Yukon, AK
HAHNE, S.C.JUN 06, 1907Ft. Yukon, AK
HARPER, FREDAUG 13, 1900Hortts Military Academy, Milno Park, CA7.1.04 Ft. Yukon
HICKS, G.W.JUN 08, 1907Ft. Yukon, AK
HIGHBERG, O.AUG 10, 1910Fort Yukon, AK
HILL, WALTER, S.MAY 28, 1900Ft. Yukon, AK
HOLDEN, W.R.OCT 13, 1903Yukon Crossing, YT
HUNG, JOEMAR 07, 1910Ft. Yukon, AK
JOHANSEN, B.JUL 18, 1906Ft. Yukon, AK
JONES, BIZABELSEP 09, 1912Fort Yukon, AK
JONES, H.P.MAY 14, 1900Fort Yukon, AK
KIOLET, JOHNAUG , 1900Ft. Yukon, AK
KUSCHE, J.AUG.JUN 26, 1916Fort Yukon, AK
MARCEL, CLAIREMAY 18, 1912Fort Yukon, AK. Died Salt Lake City, UT, 1944, age 70.
MATTICH, JOHNSEP 11, 1905Fort Yukon, AK
MCDONALD, GORDONAUG 22, 1910Fort Yukon, AK
MCLEOD, JOHNFEB , 1901Fort Yukon, AK
MCNAMEE, T.C.JAN 09, 1901Fort Yukon, AK
MCTAVISH, J.D.JUL 10, 1916Yukon Rifle Militia Div. No. 1. Victoria, BC
MELLISH, A.JAN 01, 1910Fort Yukon, AK
MONK, G.B., 1907Fort Yukon, AK
NELSON, SVEN ANTONSEP 11, 1905Fort Yukon, AK
PINGEL, H.AUG 22, 1901Fort Yukon, AK
POWELL, S.J.AUG 28, 1901Fort Yukon, AK
PRIDO, FRANKJAN , 190112 Mile Rd. House. Yukon River, YT
RICE, C.C.JUN 07, 1909Fort Yukon, AK
SCHLAUSSER, B.JUN 28, 1911Fort Yukon, AK
SHEA, S.A.MAY 26, 1902Fort Yukon, AK
SUTHERLAND, A.GEO.OCT 06, 1908Fort Yukon, AK
WALKER, ARNOLDSEP 03, 1905Fort Yukon, AK
WALKER, RAYAUG 09, 1911Fort Yukon, AK
WATKINS, W.J.OCT 03, 1912Fort Yukon, AK
WHITE, RAYAUG 19, 1912Fort Yukon, AK
WICKMAN, CARLAUG 06, 1913Eldorado. White River, YT. 29.8.14. Fort Yukon, AK
WORKMAN, HARPER, 1907Fort Yukon, AK
YOUNG, CAMPBELLJUN 27, 1901Fort Yukon, AK

Dawson Daily News Golden Clean up Edition, 1902 (miners & what they took out)
NameType of Claim
YUKONCorporation Co.Owner. Claim Bonanza Creek 35, above discovery.
YUKON CORP.Owner. Claim Eldorado 41. Eldorado Creek Creek, tributary of Bonanza.
YUKON GOLDFIELDSLtd.Owner. Skookum Bonanza Creek side. Cheechaco Hill.

Dawson Council members
NamePosition and date
STEWART, T.A.Inspector of Fisheries, Yukon Council

Placermining Applications Vol 1
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Placermining Applications Vol 2
NameClaim noMicrofilmYear Recorded
YUKON GOLD

Doctor's Names
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Firemen's Names
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Death Records from Green's Mortuary
NameDescription
ALLANJames, 72 years; heart, St.Marys Hospital; February 8, 1920, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory
ALOCKMarke; 29 years old; Drowned in Yukon ; September 14, 1903; coroner Howard; M. E. Church; Son of Capt. T. H. Alock
ANDERSONAbraham, 79 years; Ireland; Debility, St. Mary's Hospital; May 4, 1929, Dr.Thompson; United Church, YOOP Cemetery; YOOP an Yukon Gov't; labourer
ASHBAUGHRoderick; Natural Cause; At home; December 26, 1910; Coroner; Funeral at Presbyterian Church; Yukon Gov't; Lawyer
AUBREYL. M.; 57 years old; Heart disease; Good Samaritan Hospital; July 28, 1913; Dr. Culbertson; Funeral at Chapel; Yukon Gov't and H. Armstrong
BABEOERJohn, 79 years; Kingston, Ont.; St. Mary's Hospital; May 30, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
BAILEYHenry, 55 years; ulcers of the stomach, Mayo Y.T.; October 27, 1919, Dr.McLennan; funeral at Seattle; White Pass and Yukon Route; Steam Captain; attached clipping
BAIRDRobert, 75 years; County Down, Scotland; St. Mary's Hospital; July 16, 1937; chapel, public cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
BAKERGeo. S.; 37 years old; Tumour of brain; N.W.M.P. Asglen; December 16, 1902; Dr. Thompson; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
BARBENClara Mrs; 32 years old; Chronic erteritis; is sleigh on way to St. Mary's Hospital from Gold Run; December 11, 1900; Dr. Jackson; Greene's; buried December 14, 2 p.m.; Rev. Grant; Yukon Gov't
BARETTEAdrien, 40 years; French Canadian, Quebec; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 26, 1919, LaChapelle and Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Church; Yukon Gold Company; miner
BARNABYCharles; 62 years old; Rheumatism; St. Mary's Hospital; February 7, 1906; Dr. A. Thompson; St. Mary's Chapel; Yukon Gov't
BARRETTJohn; 33 years old; Waverly, Minn.; Typhoid fever; St. Mary's Hospital; September 28, 1901; Dr. Cassels; St. Mary's; N.C.Co. and Yukon Gov't
BARRINGTONElbrige; 48 years old; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; November 20, 1900; Dr. Sutherland; Greene's; Rev. Hetherington; Yukon gov't; Miner
BENNETTWilson; 45 years old; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; November 8, 1915; Dr. Chipman; Funeral at Chapel; Yukon Gov't; Barber
BERGMANDavid; about 36 years old; Shot in head by elders, 12 miles Selkirk on Yukon River; June 18, 1908; Dr. Thompson; No funeral; Administrator
BERNARDWilliam, 71 years; Scotland; St. Mary's Hospital; feb.9, 1936, Dr. Nunn; Winauts Chapel; Yukon Gov't
BERRYJames; 45 years old; Cancer of stomach; St. Mary's Hospital; May 22, 1906; Dr. Barrett; Yukon Gov't
BESTJames; 52 years old; Apoplexy; # 13 below lower Dominion; August, 1903; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
BLATCHGeorge; 24 years old; Consumption; St. Mary's Hospital; September 9, 1911; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at grave; Yukon Gov't; Labourer
BOLTONHarry; 40 years old; Insane; St Mary's Hospital; February 1, 1909; Dr. Thompson; No funeral ; Yukon Gov't; Miner
BRANTAlbert F.; 22 years old; Typhoid fever; St. Mary's Hospital; December 19, 1900; Dr. McArthur; Family lives in Perryville, PA; Yukon Gov't
BRAZILJohn H.; 84 years old; Burned in cabin; Gavin Gulch; January 25, 1907; Coroner Douglas; Yukon Gov't
BREAUFrank; Clear Creek; November 16, 1912; Funeral at Catholic Church; Yukon Gov't; Miner
BRINDAMOURMichael, 77 years; LaChaini; died at residence; Catholic Church, R.C. Cemetery; Pioneers and Yukon Gov't; miner
BRINSTONMr.George, 56 years; December 10, 1867, Ireland; pneumonia, St.Marys Hospital; December 25, 1923, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at St. Pauls Church; estate; Alex McCarter; sheriff of Yukon
BROMELYHenry; 29 years old; Australia; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; January 15, 1901; Dr. MacFarlane; Episcopal Church; Vernon and Yukon Gov't
BROWNOscar; Acute insanity; Police Hospital; August 2, 1907; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at grave; Yukon Gov't; Newspaper agent ; Clipping attached
BROWNJohn, 67 years; Antrim, Ireland; heart failure; Feb.6, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Friends; article attached
BRUHALSKIJohn, 68 years; Poland; Hemiplegia uremia, St. Mary's Hospital; Nov.8, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Yukon Gov't; miner
BUNYANJoseph, 60 years; Guelph, Ont.; St. Mary's Hospital; June 27, 1931, Dr.Nunn; R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; labourer
BUSHJohn, 47 years; broncho pneumonia, St.Marys Hospital; October 29, 1918, J.A.R. Glancy; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
BUSSOLLIHenry, 60 years; Corsica; cancer, St. Mary's Hospital; March 21, 1929, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
BUTTENHAMJohn, 65 years; Canada; heart trouble, Residence 6th Ave; Nov.22, 1938, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; carpenter
CADYONDaniel, 63 years (Cadzow?); Canada; St. Mary's Hospital; June 25, 1929, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; trader
CAHIERAdolph, 73 years; Sorel, Quebec; cerebral hemmorrhage, St. Mary's Hospital; Oct.4, 1927, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
CAIRNESJohn, 68 years; heart, Good Sam. Hospital; December 18, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
CAMERONAngus, 79 years; PEI; senility, St. Mary's Hospital; Oct.8, 1929, Dr.Thompson; Yukon Gov't; miner
CARDIFFJohn, 53 years old; Heart; St. Mary's Hospital; October 25, 1911; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't; Logger
CARDINALAlderie, 84 years; St.Jeerville, PQ; St. Mary's Hospital; June 6, 1936, Dr.Nunn; St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't; labourer
CARLSONC. W.; 59 years old; From Gold Run; Apoplexy; St. Mary's Hospital; March 12, 1907; Dr. Barrett; Yukon Gov't
CARRFrederick, 70 years; England; St. Mary's Hospital; July 20, 1929, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
CARTERFrank; 60 years old; Forty Mile; Dropsy; St. Mary's Hospital; December 19, 1901; Dr. MacFarlane; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
CAUILLRobert; 58 years old; Accident on Bonanza Road; St. Mary's Hospital; April 23, 1907; Dr. Lachapelle; Friends and Yukon Gov't; Funeral at Chapel; Miner
CAVILLRobert; 58 years old; Blood poisoning; St. Mary's Hospital; April 23, 1907; Dr. Lachapelle; Yukon Gov't and friends
CHISHOLMArchie; 26 years old; Cave in; Ten mile Creek; August 29, 1905; Dr. J. O. Lachapelle; St. Mary's ; Yukon Gov't
CHISOLMAngus, 48 years; July 18, 1871; Bridges Brook, Nova Scotia; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 28, 1919, Culbertson & LaChapelle; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Gold Company; miner
CLAIRMartin; Suffocated by gas; Little Skookum Hill ; May 25, 1901; Dr. Donald McLeod; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't
CLARKAdelia, 71 years; Arcadia, Wisconsin; St. Mary's Hospital; Sept. 27, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Charles Dullvain; widow
CLARKEAndrew; 45 years old; Hemorrhage of brain; near Ainsley; July 15, 1902; Dr. MacArthur; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't
COBBMargaret, 81 years; Illinois; St. Mary's Hospital; April 27, 1936, Dr.Nunn; Yukon Gov't
CODYAndrew, 65 years; heart trouble, Central Hotel; June 15, 1934, Dr.H.J.Nunn; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; wood chopper
COMORC. D.; 38 years old; Suicide, shot in head; Minto Hotel, 3rd Ave; November 23, 1908; Coroner Harringan; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Miner
CONSTANTINEAlphonse; Murdered by Francis Labelle; 1902, Coroner Wroughton; Yukon Gov't
COOKAlexander; 50 years old; Blood poisoning, Good Samaritan Hospital; March 27, 1911; Dr. Catts; Funeral at Chapel; Yukon Gov't; Miner
COPPINGWilliam B.; 31 years old; Drowned; Yukon River near Kirkman Creek; May 5, 1903; Coroner Taylor; Greene's ; Mr. Geo. Layfield
COWANF. A.; 61 years old; St. Mary's Hospital; June 6, 1909; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Miner
CROAMITYCapt. Samuel E., 62 years; Chilliwak, B.C. ; appendix, St.Marys Hospital; June 13, 1923; funeral at ?; White Pass & Yukon Co.; Steam boat pilot
CRONINB. John, 96 years; Ireland; St. Mary's Hospital; July 28, 1934, Dr. H.J. Nunn; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; labourer
CROSSThomas; 50 years old; Accidentally killed, crushed under load of wood; January 12, 1915; Coroner Telford; Funeral at Presbyterian Church; Yukon Gold, Public Administrator; Teamster
CURRYJoseph H.; About 56 years old; Gas in Mine; Lovett Gulch in shaft; October 1, 1910; Coroner Harringan; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Miner
DAHNEKEWilliam, 64 years; California; peritonitis, McQuesten; March 3, 1922, Dr.Chipman and LaChapelle; funeral at Presbyterian Church; Yukon Gold Company; forman of hydraulic camp; clipping attached
DAUMERIEJ. A.; 54 years old; Heart disease; Good Samaritan Hospital; October 1, 1907; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't, friends and J. Godeau; Tailor
DAVENSPORTHerbert; July 15, 1900; Murdered by Smith while on scow cruising down Yukon River; Racine and Clement; Mrs. Elizabeth Davensport (mother); 341 Van Houten St. ; Patterson, New Jersey
DEANAda; Froze to death; Carlyh Creek; November 5, 1912; Coroner Telford; Funeral at Chapel; Yukon Gov't
DEBASTIENEva Iren, 3 years; November 12, 1914; Forty Mile, Yukon; broncho pneumonia, Steel Ave. North; November 30, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel
DELEBECHGeorge; 30 years old; Blood poisoning; St. Mary's Hospital; June 14, 1910; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at Chapel; Yukon Gov't; Labourer
DESHAIESZephries, 74 years; Quebec; Natural causes, Moosehide Creek; March 23, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; Woodchopper
DEWITTF.E., 75 years; Germany (Berlin); debility, St.Marys Hospital; April 26, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
DORRANCEEd., 32 years; USA; airplane wreck, St. Mary's Hospital; Nov.16, 1936; Winaut Chapel, Police Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; aviator
DREKINSONF., 30 years; England; drowning, Yukon River; July 1921, Capt. Telford; White Pass Co.; steam boating
DRYDENReginald, 80 years; England; St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.4, 1936, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Winaut's Chapel; YOOP and Yukon Gov't; Resided Forty Mile
DUBEF., 76 years; St.Lucite, Quebec; Myoerdial decomposition, St. Mary's Hospital; August 2, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
DUDIGYGeorge; Pneumonia; 21 below Bonanza; December 28 1900; Yukon Gov't
DUNLOPAmbrose, 69 years; Chatteau, Ontario; heart disease, St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.5, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
DUQUETTEAnni, 6 months; Dawson; suffocation, Albert St.Dawson; Sept.27, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; Child of Lillian DeBastiere
EASAUSAMichael Lique, 75 years (Essansa); New Brunswick; unnatural causes, murdered, in cabin on 4th Ave; About May 1, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't
ECKLANDJanel; 38 or 58 years old; Swedish, came here from New York State; Meningitis; Good Samaritan Hospital; February 10, 1901; Dr. MacDonald; Yukon Gov't; Wife and family at Hamilton, N.Y.
EISERTAugust, 76 years; myo cardiac, Dawson; March 17, 1935, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Winaut's Chapel; Yukon Gov't; miner
ELKJARK. J.; 57 years old; Prostatitis; St. Mary's Hospital; June 29, 1911; Dr. Catts; Funeral at grave; Yukon Gov't, Isaac-Lusk; Cattlemen
ERSONAugust, 65 years; Lapland; frozen or exposure, found near Eldorado Creek; January 9, 1922, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at Lowe's Chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
ESTARBROOKSDuncan, 61 years; N.B.; heart failure, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept.6,1929, Dr.E.E. Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
FARRELLMartin; 46 years; St Mary's Hospital; September 16, 1906; Dr. Barrett; Yukon Gov't; Came to hospital from Duncan Creek; Friend named Ed Fulley
FERGUSONRon, 63 years; cancer of stomach, St.Marys Hospital; October 8, 1919, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at grave; Yukon; miner
FISHEREugene; 34 years old; Bright's disease; Good Samaritan Hospital; April 15, 1915; Dr. Chipman; Funeral at Presbyterian Church; Mrs. E. Fisher, Yukon Lodge AF and AM; Electrician
FITZGERALDJohn; 55 years old; Heart trouble; February 17, 1904; Coroner Taylor; St. Mary's ; Yukon Gov't; Miner
FITZGERALDMichael; about 35 years old; Drowned in the Yukon River at the mouth of the White River; August 22, 1913, Coroner; Funeral at Catholic Church; NWPM; NWMP
FORDAnnie, ("Princess" the dancer); Pneumonia; Klondike City; June 8, 1906; Dr. Rimer; Yukon Gov't
FOWLOWThomas, 40 years; drowned off Hazel B., Yukon River; August 16, 1918, Capt. Telford River; funeral at chapel; White Pass and Yukon Route CO.; river captain; clipping attached
FRANCOEURJoseph;; Suicide by hanging; in J. Labby's home, alley bet. Queen and Princess St.; June 15, 1907; Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't
FRANCOEURFrank; about 40 years old; Suicide, hang in alley between Queen and Princess St. (Brunswick ; Hotel); June 15, 1907; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Miner
FRANSENPeter William, 68 years; Denmark; St. Mary's Hospital; Sept.13, 1956; Chapel, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
FRAZERDuncan; Diphtheria; Harper Street; January 2, 1911; Dr. Thompson; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Miner
FREIBURGAlex, 80 years; Sweden; heart failure, cabin back of News office; Nov. 19, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; unable to work; article attached
FURDLAVVFrank, 67 years; Ovis, Portland; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.26, 1933, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, R.C.Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
GANDERSONWilliam, 65 years; St.Neat's England; St. Mary's Hospital; Aug.22, 1937; public cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner; resided Hunker Creek
GASSMANWilliam F., 81 years; Stephen, Illinois; cancer of the mouth, St. Mary's Hospital; July 15, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; miner
GEOFFRAYTom; 49 years old; Heart; Yukon River near Klondike River on raft; October, 1915; Coroner Telford; Funeral at Catholic Chapel; Estate; Miner
GEOFFROYAlphonse, 66 years; Three Rivers, Quebec; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; May 30, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, R.C.Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
GIDDESJoseph, 55 years; Scotland; heart, St.Marys Hospital; November 11, 1917, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; cook
GILLISAlexander; 44 years old; Accident, #78 below Bonanza, died at #70 below Bonanza; October 9, 1910; Coroner Harrigan; Funeral at St. Andrew's Church; Yukon Gold Company and Public Administrator; Miner
GILROYJohn, 57 years; New Zealand; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; July 26, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; wood cutter
GOLDWORTHYAdam; Heart failure (burned to death); Raindeer Roadhouse; January 14, 1904; Dr. Edwards; Yukon Gov't
GORDTPeter; 75 years old; Tally-Ito Roadhouse # 46 below Bonanza; November 5, 1903; Coroner; St. Mary's; Yukon Gov't
GOSSELINFrancois X.; Dawson; heart, Yukonia Hotel; May 28, 1916, Coroner Telford; funeral at St.Marys Church; public administration; lawyer; attached clipping
GOUDREAUAlbert, 39 years; French Canadian, St.Thomas, Quebec; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 28, 1919, Culbertson & LaChapelle; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Gold Company; miner
GRANTJohn, 53 years; September 22, 1866, Antigomish, Nova Scotia; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 25, 1919, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at St.Andrews Church; Yukon Gold Company; miner
GREYJames; 58 years old; Heart disease; # 18 below Bear Creek; July 22, 1906; Coroner Douglas; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
GUILMETEmil, 70 years; French Canadian; burned to death in cabin, Ready Bullion Creek; Yukon Gov't; miner
GUSTAVSONC. E.; 25 years old; Sweden; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; January 3, 1901; Dr. Macfarlane; Methodist Church; Yukon Gov't and Odd Fellows
HACKNEYSamuel; 65 years or 68 years old; St. Mary's Hospital; March 25, 1912; Dr. Culbertson; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Cook
HALKETTDuncan, 67 years; Scotland; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.6, 1936; Yukon Gov't; Miner
HALLANDCharles E.; 49 years old; Drowned, Yukon River of barracks; September 5, 1911; Coroner; Funeral at Chapel; Estate; Farmer
HAMILTONR. P.; 30 years old; Lockjaw; Hunker Creek at Gold Bottom; December 19, 1903; Dr. McCallum; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't; Formerly member of NWMP
HANZELJoseph, alias Joseph Lent; Fell off raft of logs, drowned in Yukon; August 24, 1907; Coroner; No Funeral; Yukon Gov't
HARDYEdward; 48 years old; Suicide poisoning; Dugas St. and 9th Ave.; October 5, 1905; Coroner Douglas; Yukon Gov't
HARMANT.; 45 years old; Paralysis; St. Mary Hospital; October 3, 1903; Dr. Barrett; St. Mary's; Yukon gov't
HARPERLucy; 30 years old; Tuberculosis; Good Samaritan Hospital; December 21, 1910; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at Moosehide; Henry Harper; Yukon Gov't
HARRELFrank, 66 years; USA; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.4, 1926, Dr.LaChapelle; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; painter
HARRINGTONJohn, 70 years; New Brunswick; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.7, 1937, Dr.Duncan; St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't
HAYWOODHenry or Edward, 75 years; old age, 80 first Hunker Creek; July 28, 1922, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at Edwards and Winant Chapel; Yukon Territory; Miner
HEDGEFrank Marcus, 71 years; USA; cancer of throat, St. Mary's Hospital; March 27, 1929, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; barber
HENLEYGeorge, 64 years; pneumonia, St.Marys Hospital; Decembre 25, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Territory
HERBERTJohn; 36 years old; Miners injuries; St. Mary's Hospital; July 13, 1906; St. Mary's ; Yukon Gov't
HERONJohn, 67 years; found dead in cabin, Rock Creek; frozen several days before found; funeral November 31, 1917, Capt. Telford; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; woodchopper
HINDLEYThomas; 60 years old; Apoplexy; Good Samaritan Hospital; July 27, 1908; Dr. Catts; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Grocer man, brother in Lancanshire England, James Hindley
HOPKIUSFred; Suicide by shooting in head; Golden Eagle Saloon; October 10, 1908; Coroner Douglas; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Miner
HUMEJeanette, 14 years; Deadeask Lake, YT; tuberculosis, St. Mary's Hospital; May 10, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't
ILIOHANMartin; 50 years old; Suicide by shooting; Yukon Bakery 2nd Avenue; December 24, 1902; Coroner Wroughton; Shipped to Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. Iliohan; 1039 54th St. ; Golden Gate, Cal.
INDIANAlexander; 60 or 65 years old; Enteritis; Good Samaritan Hospital; May 31, 1901; Dr. A. G. MacDonald; Moosehide; Yukon Gov't
INDIANCharley; 20 years old; Consumption; Good Samaritan Hospital; May 24, 1906; Dr. Robertson; Yukon Gov't
INGRAMCharles; 60 years old; Burned to death during fire in Rochester Hotel; April 1, 1915, Captain Bell; Funeral at Chapel; Yukon Gov't and friends; Steam boatman
ISAACEdward; 14 years old; Consumption; Good Samaritan Hospital; August 12, 1906; Moosehide; Yukon Gov't; Son of Chief Isaac
JACOBLeopold, 58 years; St.Slanislas, Quebec; St. Mary's Hospital; Feb. 1, 1937; Catholic Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and friends; labourer
JEANOTTEH.R., 73 years; New Glasgow Terrebourne, Quebec; St. Mary's Hospital; Sept. 21, 1933, Dr.H.J. Nunn; St. Mary's Church, YOOP Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; farmer
JOHNSONJames G.; 45 years old; Frozen; Glacier Miller Trail; February 10, 1905; Coroner Douglas; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
JOHNSONPeter; 48 years old; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; October 28, 1900; Dr. Sutherland; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
JOHNSONAlfred, 60 years; Sweden; heart, Good Samaritan Hospital; June 25, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory miner
JONESEnos, 59 years; England; St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.2, 1937; Chapel; Yukon Gov't; miner
KANEJos.; Suicide; Fairview Hotel; August 28, 1905; Yukon Gov't
KANTASCHARRudolf; 22 years old; Austria; Suicide by shooting; Moosehide Dome; About June 25, 1906; Coroner Wroughton; Yukon Gov't
KAPLINHarry; 30 years old; Burned; Donavan Hotel; September 24, 1904; Coroner Douglas; Yukon Gov't
KATEFred, 16 years; Whitehorse; tuberculosis, St. Mary's Hospital; April 9, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Mr.Johnson, St. Pauls hostel and Yukon Gov't
KELLYJoseph W.; 45 years old; Stockton, CA; Dysentery; Good Samaritan Hospital; March 30, 1901; Dr. MacDonald; Greene's; Geo. Ingils, Geo. Beers, A. L. Strowrer and Yukon Gov't
KENNEDYGeorge, 83 years; Illinois, USA; general debility, old age, St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.18, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
KLEINJohn, 91 years; Germany; uremia, St. Mary's Hospital; Nov.7, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; labourer
KNAUSFrederick; Germany; suicide by gunshot wounds, A.Fournier Ranch; Aug 21, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; wood chopper
LABBIEInfant ; Inanition; March 11, 1904; Dr. Cassels; Yukon Gov't
LABRIEUXMax, 75 years; Quebec; heart failure, Rystogis Cafe; July 22, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; woodchopper
LACOSTECapt. George, 75 years; England, 1845; old age, St.Marys Hospital; July 18, 1920, Dr.Chipman; funeral at St.Pauls Church; Yukon Territory; sailor man; attached clipping
LANDEWALLFred, 65 years; Dawson; March 18, 1937; Winaut's Chapel, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
LAPPWilliam, 35 years; heart failure, Yukon Hotel; February 3, 1911, Coroner; funeral at grave; Y.T.
LARSENPeter; 37 years old; Diabetes; St. Mary's Hospital; May 13, 1901; Dr. Thompson; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't
LAUGLouis; 35 years old; Inflammation of bowels; #45 below Sulphur; December 4, 1907; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; (Russian)
LAUGDONFrank; 44 years old; Las Angles, CA; Syphilis; St. Mary's Hospital; May 13, 1901; Dr. Cassels; St. Mary's; Yukon Gov't
LAUMEISTERAgnes Elizabeth, about 55 years; Campletown, N.B.; heart failure, Harper St.; May 1930, Dr.Rogers; White Pass and yukon Route; housewife
LAVOIEJoseph; 29 years old; Consumption; St. Mary's Hospital; November 29, 1900; Dr. Lachapelle; St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't
LAWSONWilliam C., 39 years; February 6, 1880 USA-Fort Scott, Kansas; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 27, 1919, Culbertson & LaChapelle; funeral at St.Andrews Church; Yukon Gold Company; dredge superintendant; body shipped to California
LAWSONWilliam, 49 years; USA; bullet in head, attempt suicide, Good Sam. Hospital; November 13, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; janitor
LE ROUXZoteque, 68 years; Valleyfield, PQ; myo cardiac, on highway between Bear Creek and Guggieville; May 16, 1935, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Yukon Gov't; unemployed
LEEThomas; Ptomaine poisoning; Great Northern Hotel; August 29, 1906; Dr. A. Thompson; Yukon Gov't
LEHTIMatthew; 35 years old; Fell down shaft on Dominion Creek; St. Mary's Hospital; September 20, 1930; Dr. Lachapelle; Yukon Gov't
LEOCharles A., 83 years; Boston, Mass.; St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.6, 1937; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner; resided in Mayo
LEOThomas, 78 years; Aemprior, Ont.; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan. 9, 1934, Dr.H.J.Nunn; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Charles I. Tenant; prospector; article attached
LEVYWilliam; 46 years old; Cave in in drift; # 22 below Hunker; January 10, 1901; Coroner Routledge; Methodist Church ; Yukon Gov't
LINEHAMMaurice, 72 years; August 4, 1847; natural causes, 30 pup Hunker Creek; December 24, 1919, Coroner Telford; funeral at grave; Yukon Territory; miner
LLOYDJ.L., 81 years; Cornwall, England; St. Mary's Hospital; April 12, 1933, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, YOOP Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; miner
LOJAWLottie; 60 years old; 4th Ave. opp. Artic Brotherhood Hall; January 14, 1905; Coroner Routledge; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
LOWERYWilliam, 28 years; accident on dredge 101 below Bonanza, St.Marys Hospital; August 9, 1908, Dr.Barrett and Thompson; funeral at English Church; his estate, Yukon Gold Company by McGill; miner
LYNCHJames; Burned in cabin; Gavin Gulch; January 25, 1907; Coroner Douglas; Yukon Gov't
MACKJohn, 81 years; Scotland; 3rd Ave.; Aug. 7, 1933, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Friends; Tailor
MANTELLMrs. Ada, 50 years; N.S.; natural causes, Harper St.; May 2, 1929, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Friends; housewife
MARCUSSENJans Emile, 86 years; Norway; St. Mary's Hospital; July 28, 1924, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; Sea Jairey
MARSHALLWilliam, 71 years; Ireland; cardiac, St. Mary's Hospital; Aug.18, 1937, Dr.Duncan; Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; retired
MARTINFrank E., 48 years; London Eng.; St. Mary's Hospital; Oct.5, 1937, Dr.Duncan; public admin. Yukon Gov't and McLennan
MASONMiss Ida, 68 years; Virginia; paralytic stroke, St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.7, 1937; chapel, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't
MAULPaul, 62 years; Germany; froze to death, Hunker Creek; Jan. 10, 1934, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
MCADAMWilliam, 42 years; burned to death, Yukonia Hotel fire; February 21, 1917, Coroner Telford; funeral at Whitehorse; W.C. Sirne (Whitehorse); teamster
MCCABEHenry H.; Cave in in drift; #69 below Hunker; December 12, 1903; Coroner Taylor; IOOF; Yukon Gov't
MCCAUSTH.; found in Yukon River; August 3, 1911 (date of funeral), RNWMP; funeral at grave; Y.T.
MCDONALDD.C., 73 years; cancer, St.Marys Hospital; August 19, 1920, Dr.Chipman; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
MCDONALDFinlay, 59 years; ptomaine poisining, St.Marys Hospital; May 30, 1919, Culbertson & LaChapelle; funeral at St.Andrews Church; Yukon Gold Company; paint-man
MCGLYNNThomas; 46 years old; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; November 30, 1900; Dr. Cassels; St. Mary's ; Yukon Gov't
MCINNISAngus, 68 years; Nova Scotia; St. Mary's Hospital; April 3, 1936, Dr.Nunn; Catholic Church; Yukon Gov't; labourer
MCKINNONDonald, 73 years; Scotland; St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.8, 1927, Dr.LaChapelle; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
MCLEANJohn William, 77 years; Barry, Quebec; general debility, St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.8, 1927, Dr.Thompson; United Church, YOOP Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; merchant
MCLEANDavid, 52 years; Ontario; alcoholism, St.Mary's Hospital; Nov.26, 1926, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; miner
MCNEILJohn Wm, 52 years; Nova Scotia; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 26, 1919, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Gold Company; miner
MCRELVIEAlex, 69 years; Lester, Ont.; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; July 1, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, YOOP Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; labourer Sister Flora McRelvie in Calf.; article attached
MEGQUIERC. F. (McGuire); 52 years old; Maine, lived in Anacostes, Wash; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; April 15, 1901; Dr. Duncan; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
MILLERW.R., 62 years; heart, St.Marys Hospital; February 24, 1918, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at grave; Yukon Territory; miner, lived at Glacier Creek
MOHLMANJohn, 63 years; Germany; ?, St.Marys Hospital; April 14, 1923, Dr.Thompson; funeral at E.W. Chapel; Yukon Government; sailor
MONAHANEdward, 86 years; Ireland; old age, St.Marys Hospital; January 1, 1918, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
MORGANMargaret, 68 years; Calf. USA; tumor of brain, St. Mary's Hospital; March 9, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't, YOOP Women; housekeeper
MORRISONAlice, 18 years; February 22, 1898; Alberta; Minto, Yukon; lung, Minto, Yukon; February 11, 1916, Dr.N.E. Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Angus Morrison (father)
MOUQUINAugust; 39 years old; Cave in in drift; #33 below Dominion; July 2, 1906; Coroner Routledge; Yukon Gov't
M'QUILLIAUFrank; heart, Good Samaritan Hospital; December 27, 1916, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
MULDOONThomas, 63 years; heart failure, Occidental Hotel; May 22, 1934, Dr.H.J.Nunn; St.Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Friends
MULLENJohn; 29 years old; Peritonitis; Fox Gulch, J. S. Dags Claim; August 25, 1902 Dr. Elliott; St. Mary's; Yukon Gov't; Folks live at Telleroid, CA
MULLINJames, 61 years; USA; heart trouble, Hunker Creek; Oct.17, 1927, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
MUNDAYThomas, 42 years; March 10, 1877; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Gold Co.; miner
MURPHYJohn, 51 years; heart, Yukon Gold C. Garden; October 8, 1918, Telford, R.N.W.M.P.; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; labourer
MUSLADONNicholas; Accidently in drift; #18 above Bonanza; September 15, 1904; Coroner Routledge; St. Mary's; Yukon Gov't
NADEAUMajorie, 66 years; St.Jean Chrysoslovie, Quebec; St. Mary's Hospital; May 29, 1933, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; labourer
NORDLINGOtto, 49 years; September 16, 1870; Oseland, Sweden; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 31, 1919, Culbertson & LaChapelle; funeral at St.Andrews Church; Yukon Gold Company; miner
NORKINGCharles, 73 years; Sweden; nephrilir, St. Mary's Hospital; Aug.29, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner; article attached
NORMANHenry, 69 years; Switzerland; St. Mary's Hospital; Aug.17, 1937, Dr.Duncan; Undertakers Parlour, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; wood chopper
NORMANCarl, 61 years; Norway; St. Mary's Hospital; April 8, 1936, Dr.Nunn; chapel; Pioneer and Yukon Gov't; miner
OBERGFELLJoseph, 72 years; Germany; burned to death, Nugget Gulch; Oct.15, 1929; Undertakers Parlour, R.C.Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Louis Nadeau; barber
O'CONNORGerald; 13 days old; Premature birth; Good Samaritan Hospital; January 31, 1901; Dr. MacDonald; Yukon Gov't
OSBORNOwen, 71 years; England; Arterio sclerosis, St. Mary's Hospital; Setp. 16, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
OULLETTEAlfred; 19 years old; Peritonitis; St. Mary's Hospital; December 9, 1905; Dr. Thompson; St. Mary's Chapel; Joe Cadieux and Yukon Gov;t
OWENSPatrick, 68 years; Ireland; heart trouble, dropsey, St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.8, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
PASQUANChristopher, 79 years; Austria; St. Mary's Hospital; March 6, 1937; Catholic Church, Pioneer Hill Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Pioneers
PEEKEHarry, 83 years; England; senility, St. Mary's Hospital; Aug.20, 1927, Dr.LaChapelle; Undertakers Parlour, YOOP Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; miner
PETERSONJohn, 65 years; gassed in mine, Eldorado Creek; Sept.10, 1929, Dr.E.E.Rogers; Undetakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
PETERSONChris, 60 years; Denmark; St. Mary's Hospital; March 29, 1936, Dr.Nunn; Winaut's Chapel; Yukon Gov't; miner
PICKERINGHollace, 70 years; Summerside, PEI; heart failure, Fourniers Ranch; Spet.23, 1936, Dr.Duncan; chapel, Public Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; labourer
PILGRIMAlbert E.; 29 years old; St. Anthony's, Newfoundland; Cave in, Cheechako Hill; November 30, 1900; Coroner Routledge; Masonic Hall; Yukon Gov't; Miner
PINARDJoseph, 77 years; Nicholet, Quebec; Headache, St.Mary's Hospital; Feb.8, 1931, Dr. W.E. Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside cemetery; Yukon Gov't; lumberman; article attached
PORTERH.E., 56 years; Nova Scotia; heart, Beaver River up the Stewart; May 27, 1916, Coroner Telford; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; prospector
POTTERMrs. Lena; 26 years old; Extra uterine pregnancy; Good Samaritan Hospital; January 2, 1906; Dr. A. Thompson; Greene's; Geo. F. Potter (husband) and Yukon Gov't
POWELLWilliam, 56 years; heart, Good Samaritan Hospital; December 18, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
REARDONDave William, 73 years; Kentucky; St. Mary's Hospital; May 23, 1933, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; bridge builder
REDDINGHarry, 69 years; heart, St.Marys Hospital; February 8, 1920, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
REITZMA60 years; suicide by rifle, Con Carter's Ranch; Oct.22, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Edwards, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; gardener
RENNINGTONJ. S.; 52 years old; Qu‚bec; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; January 17, 1901; Dr. Gagnon; St. Mary's ; Yukon Gov't
RHUEChester, 68 years (Rue); Norway; Froze to death, Cabin on 2nd Ave; Dec.23, 1933, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; labourer
RICEFrederick, 76 years; Yukon Hotel; Aug.2, 1937; Winaut's Chapel, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
RINTERChas.M., 70 years; wood camp near river; Oct.12, 1936, Dr.Duncan; Winaut's Chapel, Pioneer Hill Cemetery; YOOP and Yukon Gov't; wood dealer
RIOUXAlphonse, 38 years; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 24, 1919, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Gold Company; miner
ROACHPatrick, 73 years; Ireland; debility, St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.24, 1928, Dr.W.E. Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, R.C.Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; farmer
ROCCOAugust, 71 years; rupture of anerurism, Occidental Hostel; Oct.8, 1926, Dr.LaChapelle; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; fisherman
ROCKMartin J.; 47 years old; Drowned in Klondike River; Body found May 5, 1907; Yukon Gov't
ROEHIGC. H.; September 25, 1899; Dr. Steele; Buried at Fort Yukon; A. B. Edison
ROSSBOROUGHThomas, 75 years; heart trouble, cabin north end city; January 19, 1921, Coroner Telford; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory
ROUPEWilliam, 71 years; Santa Rosa, Calf.; Hemipligia, St. Mary's Hospital; July 30, 1937; Winaut's Chapel, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
ROUSSOWWalter, 49 years; Stettin, Germany; St. Mary's Hospital; Sept. 22, 1935, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Yukon Gov't; miner
ROWANDominick, 60 years; dilation of heart, Yukon Gold Co., McMullin Camp on ridge; July 1, 1907, Dr.Barrettt; funeral at church; estate; public administrator; miner
RUDLENIsaac, 75 years; Canada; heart, Good Samaritan Hospital; November 21, 1915, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
SADDLEMEYERD. C.; 53 years old; New York; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; January 3, 1901; Dr. Sutherland; Methodist Church; Yukon Gov't and Odd Fellows
SEMPLERobert, 56 years; Sidney, Australia; cancer, St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.11, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; miner
SENEILouise, 59 years; Hungary; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.2, 1934, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
SEPTICMUSOley, 34 years; tuberculosis, St.Marys Hospital; July 9, 1918, Dr. LaChapelle; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; attached clipping
SHARPGeorge Henry, 71 years; England; heart trouble, St. Mary's Hospital; April 17, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; Broker
SHEAWilliam; 26 years old; Tubercular peritonitis; St. Mary's Hospital; March 30, 1902; Dr. Cassels; Yukon Gov't; Parents live South Park, WA
SIMONSIsaac; Drowned; Forty Mile River; August 1902; Coroner Wroughton; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't and Jewish Assn.
SMITHRobert; 52 years old; Portland, Oregon; Scurvy (pneumonia); Good Samaritan Hospital; April 7, 1901; Dr. MacDonald; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
SMITHThomas, 86 years; Ontario; broken ribs, etc., St. Mary's Hospital; July 18, 1934, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; labourer
SNUGGDavid, 26 years; drowned, Yukon River; June 3, 1915, Coroner; funeral at Chapel; L.O.O. Moose; logger
SPARKSGeorge, 24 years; Newfoundland; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.10, 1937, Dr.Duncan; chapel, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
ST. PIERREThomas; 10 years old; Tubercular meningitis; St. Mary's Hospital; December 3, 1903; Dr. Edwards; St. Mary's ; Yukon Gov't; (MacKenzie Rines ? Indian)
STEWARTJohn, 72 years; Leonard, Ont.; Aug. 23, 1934, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; miner
STILTYCecil Raymond, 56 years (Stiltz); German/American; heart trouble, Hunker Creek; about July 25, 1934, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
STOLTZHerman, 60 years; consupmtion, Good Samaritan Hospital; April 7, 1916, Dr.Chipman; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
STROPAmos, 63 years; heart failure, Good Samaritan Hospital; September 3, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
SULLIVANRichard; 45 years old; Alcoholism and opium; Cabin near Paterson Hotel, 2nd Ave; April 21, 1901; Coroner Routledge; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
SWANSONAugust, 67 years; ?, St.Marys Hospital; June 14, 1918, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
SWARDJohn A.; 35 years old; Poisoning wood alcohol; #12 above American Gulch; March 21, 1901; Coroner Starues; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't
TABORC.W.C., 52 years; burned to death, Yukonia Hotel fire; February 21, 1917, Coroner Telford; funeral at St.Pauls Church; estate; lawyer
TAYLORBessie, 15 years; St. Mary's Hospital; July 19, 1936, Dr.Nunn; Yukon Gov't
TAYLORFred, 61 years; England; heart disease, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept. 30, 1927, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
TERKELSONJohn V.; 34 years old; Cave in of drift; #14 Upper Dominion; August 8, 1902; Coroner; Odd Fellows Hall and A. B. Bldg.; Odd Fellows and Yukon Gov't; Member of San Francisco Lodge No. 3 IOOF
THEAKSTONDr.A., 72 years; cyctitis, Good Samaritan Hospital; January 23, 1910, Dr.Thompson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
THOMPSONO.P., 52 years; heart, ferry landing West Dawson; November 17, 1917, Coroner Telford; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; wood cutter
THOMPSONJohn, 49 years; Trois Rivieres, Quebec; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; May 26, 1919, Drs. LaChapelle & Culbertson; funeral at Cathollic Chapel; Yukon Gold Company; miner
TOPPCharles; 25 years old; Typhoid fever (pneumonia); Good Samaritan Hospital; December 3, 1900; Dr. MacDonald; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
TOUCHEdward Charles Gordon; Pneumonia; Harper St. Hospital; January 15, 1901; Dr. J. W. E. Brown; Episcopal Church; Yukon Gov't
UNKNOWNMan; Found about 10 miles down Yukon River; Badly decomposes; unrecognizable; Coroner MacDonald; Gov't
UNKNOWNMan; Drowned; found Yukon River near Indian River; Found on September 3, 1903; Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't
UNKNOWNMan; Found in Yukon River two miles from Klondike; Coroner Wroughton; Yukon Gov't
VEEREVERDED‚sir‚e; Pneumonia; #6 below Lower Dominion; December 16, 1900; Coroner McDonell; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
VILNEUVESevere, 77 years; Three Rivers, Quebec; St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.1929, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; labourer
VOGALJacob; 34 years old; Switzerland; Consumption; St. Mary's Hospital; April 18, 1901; Dr. Lachapelle; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
WADDELLThomas, 67 years; England; St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.7, 1937; chapel, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and Friends; prospector
WALKERWilliam, 51 years; Quebec; general debility, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept. 4, 1926, Dr.LaChapelle; Undertakers Parlour, YOOP Cemetery; YOOP and Yukon Gov't; miner
WALKERAles, 54 years; Willington, Ont.; St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.27, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, YOOP Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; miner; article attached
WALLERThomas, 70 years; Belleville, Ont.; suicide from gunshot, in woods near YG ditch; Sept. 19, 1929, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
WALTERSA. J. ; Pneumonia; Good Samaritan Hospital; December 29, 1900; Dr. MacDonald; Greene's; Yukon Gov't and Odd Fellows
WALTIEAndrew, 63 years; heart, St.Marys Hospital; July 4, 1918, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Chapel; Yukon Territory; farmer
WATERSWilliam, 82 years; heart failure, Klondyke YT; March 7, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; trapper
WEAVERErnest; 27 years old; England; Pneumonia; #22 above Upper Discovery Dominion; March 31, 1901; Dr. DeLabaugh; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't
WELDONChristopher J.; 60 years old; Pneumonia; Good Samaritan Hospital; December 23, 1900; Dr. MacDonald; Episcopal Church; Yukon Gov't
WHITEThomas, 86 years; Ireland; St. Mary's Hospital; May 7, 1936, Dr.Nunn; St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't
WHITEHOUSEJohn, 46 years; England; heart, cabin Yukon Gold Co, Shops; July 4, 1916, Coroner Telford; funeral at Chapel; estate; Gardner
WILLIAMSGeorge, 55 years; gunshot, cabin waterfront-Dawson; May 9, 1917, Coroner Telford; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; miner
WILLIAMSTeddy Owen, 77 years; North Wales; myo cardiac, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept.4, 1934, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Undertaker's Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; gambler
WILSONThomas, 65 years; Ireland; heart failure, near Arlington Hotel; June 1934, Dr.H.J.Nunn; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; farmer
WRIGHTAlfred; 36 years old; Suicide by shooting; Prospector Saloon; October 11, 1906; Coroner Tucker; Police Cemetery; RNWMP and Yukon Gov't
WROTHJohn; Heart disease (alcoholism); NWMP barracks; May 31, 1901; Coroner Scarth; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
YANIAYUCHIT. Ksa. Miss; 32 years old; Pneumonia; 4th Ave near 3rd St.; March 16, 1901; Dr. Cassels; Yukon Gov't
ZENIERCharles, 77 years; St.John, N.B.; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.10, 1929, Dr.Rogers; Edwards Funeral Parlour; Yukon Gov't and Good Friends; labourer; article attached
ZODIDOVICHAntone, 37 years; ptomaine poisoning, St.Marys Hospital; June 2, 1919, Drs.Culbertson & LaChapelle; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Gold Company; cook

Women of the Golden North Fraternal Organization
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1901 Census Records
NameDateGenderEthnicityReligionOccupationOriginSourceVolumePage
BEIDRAUM WILLIAM19010000M062 GAZETT1901
BEIDRAUM WILLIAM19010000M062 GAZETT1901
BOOGE J.E.19010000M007 GAZETT1901
BOOGE J.E.19010000M007 GAZETT1901
CONGDON H.S.19020000M039 GAZETT1902
CONGDON FRED T.19020000M039 GAZETT1902
CONGDON H.S.19020000M039 GAZETT1902
CONGDON FRED T.19020000M039 GAZETT1902
KEOLER HERMAN19010000M062 GAZETT1901
KEOLER HERMAN19010000M062 GAZETT1901
LYONS GEORGE J.19010000M007 GAZETT1901
LYONS GEORGE J.19010000M007 GAZETT1901
MCKINNON SERGEANT18991228M054 YTACR81/45
MEAD WILLIAM19010000M015 GAZETT1901
MEAD WILLIAM19010000M015 GAZETT1901
SHRENK SIMON19010000M062 GAZETT1901
SHRENK SIMON19010000M062 GAZETT1901

Northwest Mounted Police Employees
NameDescription
ALLARD, A.B.Superintendent NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1926-27,1931-33. Officer in command.
BROTHERS, J.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
BROWN, C.Staff Sergeant NWMP, Yukon Detachment 1894-95. Officer in command. Sergeant, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
CAULKIN, T.B.Superintendent NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1933-37. Officer in command.
CHURCHILL, S.R.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
CONSTANTIN, C.Inspector, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
CONSTANTINE, C.Inspector NWMP, Yukon Detachment 1894, 1895-97. Officer in command.
ENGEL, P.C.Corporal, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
FIELD, R.Superintendent NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1928-31. Officer in command.
GOWLER, M.R.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
HAYNE, M.H.E.Sergeant, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
HUMBY, F.Inspector NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1928. Officer in command.
HURRIGAN, F.J.Inspector NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1911-12. Officer in command.
JENKINS, E.W.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
JENKINS, H.L.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
KNIGHT, R.S.Superintendent NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1915-20. Officer in command.
MCKELLAR, A.P.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
MOODIE, J.D.Superintendent NWMP "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1912-15. Officer in command.
MURRAY, J.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
NEWBROOK, E.Corporal, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
PERRY, A.B.Superintendent NWMP, Yukon District 1899-1900. Officer in command.
PINKERTON, A.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
SANDYS-WUNSCH, T.V.SuperintendentNWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1937-38. Officer in command.
SHOEBOTHAM, T.M.Superintendent NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1927-28. Officer in command.
SINCLAIR, D.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
SNYDER, A.E.Superintendent NWMP, Yukon District 1905-06, 1909-10. Officer in command. Superintendent, NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1910-11. Officer in command.
STEELE, S.B.Superintendent NWMP, Yukon District 1898-99. Officer in command.
STRICKLAND, D.A.E.Inspector, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
TELFORD, E.Constable NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895. Superintendent, NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1922-26. Officer in command.
THORNTON, J.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
TUCKER, R.E.Superintendent NWMP, "B" Division, Yukon Territory 1920-22. Officer in command.
WALSH, J.M.Major NWMP, Yukon District 1897-98. Officer in command.
WARD, E.J.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
WEBSTER, G.Constable, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
WILLS, A.E.Assistant Surgeon, NWMP - Yukon River Post 1895.
WOOD, Z.T.Superintendent NWMP, Yukon District 1900-05. Officer in command. Assistant Commissioner, NWMP Yukon District 1906-09, 1910. Officer in command.

Polks Gazetteer 1903 directory
NameOccupationOrganization
ANTHONY CHARLES V.ManagerCanadian Yukon Lumber Co.
BAGLEY DOROTHYOperatorYukon Telephone Syndicate
BERNARD R. LAWSONPrinterYukon Sun
BOTSFORD ELMER F.PresidentJoseph Ladue Gold Mining & Development Co. of Yukon
BRANSON LINDLEY C.City editorThe Yukon Sun
BRITISH & YUKON NAVIGATION CO. James H. Rogers
BUEL ARTHUR V.ArtistThe Yukon Sun
BURKE JOSEPH F.ManagerYukon Saw Mill Co.
BUSBY EDWARD S.Acting Collr.; Acting Insptr.Canada Customs; Yukon Frontier
CANADIAN YUKON LUMBER CO. LTD George Hutchinson; Charles V. Anthony
CHATAWAY CHARLES C.Director of surveysYukon Terr. Administration bldg.
COMMISSIONER OF THE YUKON TERRITORY Fred T. Congdon
COMPTROLLER OF THE YUKON TERRITORY John T. Lithgow
CONGDON HARRIS S.Publisher and editorThe Yukon Sun
COOKE DR. T. BATESManager, mercantile dept.Joseph Ladue Gold Mining & Development Co. of Yukon
CORBETT N.C.Mill operatorCanadian Yukon Lumber Co.
DOBIE WM.AgentYukon Warehouse Co.
DONALD J.A.SecretaryYukon Lodge No. 79, Masonic
DONLY MINNIEOperatorYukon Tel. Syndicate
DONNELLY A.TmstrYukon Saw Mill Co.
DORMER W.Machine operatorYukon Saw Mill Co.
EILBECK ROBERT J.SheriffYukon Territory
FERRIS D.R.PlanerYukon Lumber Co.
FLETCHER FRANK J.SolrCan. Yukon Lbr. Co.
FORBES JTmstrYukon Saw Mill Co.
FORSTROM ANDREWMachine operatorYukon Saw Mill Co.
FOSTER HORACE B.Mill operatorCan. Yukon Lbr. Co.
FULLER NEWMAN A.PresidentYukon Tel. Syndicate Ltd.
GALLIHER APRILLAOperatorYukon Tel. Syndicate
GARWOOD GEORGE S.PrinterThe Yukon Sun
GOOCH ALEXANDERMachine operatorYukon Saw Mill Co.
GRAY THOMAS W.PlanermanYukon Saw Mill Co.
HAMILTON FRED H.SuperintendentYukon Telephone Syndicate Ltd.
HANNAY JAMES S.Asst. preventive officerYukon Territory
HARKINS GEORGEEngineerYukon Saw Mill Co.
HARRISON WILFRED G.Private secretaryCommissioner Yukon Territory
HUTCHINSON GEORGESecretaryCanadian Yukon Lumber Co.
JACOBS JOSEPHMill operatorCanadian Yukon Lumber Co.
KELLY DELLAPrinterYukon Sun
KOEPKE LOUISMachine operatorYukon Saw Mill Co.
LAIDLAW JAMES D.WarehousemanYukon Cold Storage Co.
LAQUE FRANKYardmanCanadian Yukon Lumber Co.
MALTBY MONTROSEStenographerYukon Saw Mill Co.
MASSEY ALEXANDERWatchmanYukon Saw Mill Co.
MAULSBY DAVID A.ForemanThe Yukon Sun
MCCALLUM JAMESYardmanYukon Saw Mill Co.
MCCHESNEY ROBERT J.PrinterYukon Sun
MCCORD GEORGE K.EditorYukon Catholic
MCINTOSH C.A.TurnerYukon Saw Mill Co.
MCLAREN ROBERT C.MachinistYukon Saw Mill Co.
MENZIES STEWARTMechanicYukon Saw Mill Co.
MISENER W.H.Mill operatorCanadian Yukon Lumber Co.
MORAN BERNARD H.ReporterThe Yukon Sun
MYERS CHARLESSetterYukon Saw Mill Co.
OLSON DONALD B.ManagerYukon Tel Syndicate Ltd.
PAQUETTE F.Machine operatorYukon Saw Mill Co.
PATTERSON ALEXANDER D.Asst. preventive officerYukon Terr.
PATTERSON WM.ForemanCanadian Yukon Lumber Co.
PERKINS HART T.ColrYukon Saw Mill Co.
PERRY C.C.TmstrYukon Saw Mill Co.
POLK R. L. & CO. PublishersAlaska Yukon Gazetter
PRESTON WALTER G.ManagerYukon Cold Storage Co.
PRINGLE WM. A.StickermanYukon Saw Mill Co.
REITZE CHARLESMachine operatorYukon Saw Mill Co.
RIEGER HENRY E.SawyerYukon Saw Mill Co.
ROBINSON W.MachinistYukon Saw Mill Co.
ROGERS JAMES H.General agentWhite Pass & Yukon Route
ROSELLE HENRYMachine operatorYukon Saw Mill Co.
SCHOCH ADOLPHINE E.OperatorYukon Telephone Syndicate
SEATTLE TIMES Yukon agentsWhalley & Co.
SHANKS JOHNMachinistYukon Saw Mill Co.
SMITH VICTORAdv. solr.The Yukon Sun
SOVERNS WM. J.SalesmanYukon Cold Storage Co.
SPRING SOLLYCirculatorYukon Sun
STEWART THEOPHILUS A.Insptr. of fisheriesYukon Territory
SURVEY OFFICE YUKON TERR. Charles C. Chataway
TAYLOR DAVID P.LoggerYukon Saw Mill Co.
THORNBURGH ALBERT M.AccountantYukon Telephone Syndicate Ltd.
TINGLE GEORGE R.Mill operatorCan. Yukon Lumber Co.
UHL EDWARD J.MachinistYukon Saw Mill Co.
VAN ARSDALE P.Mill operatorCan. Yukon Lumber Co.
WATT HAMILTONLinemanYukon Tel Synd.
WELBON EDWARD T.EdgermanYukon Saw Mill Co.
WENZEL AUGUSTBlacksmithYukon Saw Mill Co.
WERSCHKUL ANTONY J.BookeeperYukon Saw Mill Co.
WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE James H. Rogers
WILSON MRS. LIZZIEOperatorYukon Tel. Synd.
WILSON ARTHURMemberYukon Council
WOOLEVER JOHNHelperYukon Saw Mill Co.
YOUNG J. WESLEYCity ticket agentWhite Pass & Yukon Route
YOUNG ROBERT B.ManagerYukon Klondike General Trusts Co.
YUKON CATHOLIC EditorGeorge K. McCord
YUKON COLD STORAGE CO. Walter G. PrestonCold storage, wholesale meats, poultry, fish, game
YUKON HOTEL ProprietorsMohr & Borland
YUKON KLONDIKE GENERAL TRUSTS CO. Robert B. Young
YUKON METHODIST DISTRICT Rev. Wm. H. Barraclough
YUKON PHARMACY ProprietorsRimer & McCallum
YUKON SAW MILL CO. ManagerJoseph F. Burke
YUKON SUN THE Publisher and editorHarris S. Congdon
YUKON TELEPHONE SYNDICATE LTD. Newman S. Fuller; Donald B. Olson
YUKON WAREHOUSE CO. Wm. Dobie

People associated with churches
NameDescription
ADAMSWalter Robert Bishop of the Diocese of Yukon; First Bishop of Caribou 1925-33. Second Bishop of Kootenay (Archbishop from 1942) 1934-47.Third metropolitan of B.C. 1947-52. Fifth Bishop and Archbishop of Yukon 1947-52. Acting Primate of All Canada 1947.
BOMPASRev. William Carpenter. Bishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Fort Yukon 1869-1873, First Bishop of Athabasca 1874-1884. First Bishop of Mackenzie R. 1884-91. First Bishop of Selkirk(YT) 1891-1905
BOWENRev. R.J., clergy/lay worker, parishes; Upper Yukon River 1895-1897, Dawson 1897-1899, Whitehorse 1901-03.
FERRISRev. Ronald C.Bishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Ninth Bishop of Yukon 1981- parishes; Carcross 1967-68, Old Crow 1970-72, Bishop of Yukon 1981-
FINDLAYGeorge Henry Dec 16, 1865-Feb. 27, 1950, Minister in the Klondike 1921-29, Yukon, age 56. 1921-26, Dawson. 1926-29, After Union Church, Whse., YT
FLEWELLINGRev. F.F., clergy/lay worker, parish; Moosehide (Upper Yukon River) 1896-1898.
FRAMEJohn TimothyBishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Eighth Bishop of Yukon 1968-1981. Acting Metropolitan of B.C. Assistant Bishop and Dean of B.C. and Rector of Christ FRED, J., clergy/lay worker, parish; Champagne (Kluane and Dalton Post) 1922-25
GEDDESWilliam Archibald Bishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Herschel Island and Shingle Point 1920-27, Fourth Bishop of Mackenzie R. 1929-33. Fourth Bishop of Yukon 1933-47
GREENWOODTom Bishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Sixth Bishop of Yukon 1952-62. Acting Bishop of Canada 1965-70
HAWKSLEYRev. J, clergy/lay worker, parishes; Fort Yukon 1897-1905, Moosehide 1905-06, Carcross 1907-10, Fort Selkirk 1911, Moosehide 1911-12, Dawson 1912-14.
KIDDCharles Edward 1875-May 14, 1949, age 74., Minister in the Klondike. Ordained May 22, 1906 by Presbytery of Westminster to go to the Yukon for Summer.
MARSHHenry HooperBishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Seventh Bishop of Canada 1962-67
MCDONALDRev. R., clergy/lay worker, parish; Fort Yukon 1862-65
MCDONALDRev. R., Fort Yukon 1862-1965
PRINGLEJohn June 7, 1852-April 20, 1935, age 82, Minister in the Klondike 1898, Yukon, age 46. 1898-99, Yukon, Teslin and Creeks fall of 1898(Glenora). 1900-06, Atlin, Bonanza, 1904. Appointed Commissioner of Gen. Assembly from Bonanza, YT. 1907-08, DaWSON.
SOVEREIGNArthur HenryBishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Third Bishop of Yukon 1932-33. Sixth Bishop of Athabasca
STRINGERIsaac O. Bishop of the Diocese of Yukon; Second Bishop of Selkirk 1905-31. Third Metroplitian of Rupert's Land 1931-33. Fourth Bishop and Third Arhcbishop of Rupert's Land.

Sourdough Stampede Association members
NameDescription
AYLWARD, BRIDGET MANNIONSourdough Stampede Assoc. Inc. 1930. Left for 1892; Ar. 40-Mile, via Str. Weare from St-Michael; First white girl up Yukon R.,
BARRINGTON, CAPT.SIDNEY CHAS.Sourdough Stampede Assoc. Inc. 1930. Left AK 1896; Ar. Yukon 1897, Dyea Trail; Capt. Willie Ervin, Operating River Stmr.; Left 1929
BENNETT, MELVIN E.Sourdough Stampede Assoc. Inc. 1930. Ar. Dawson 1900, White Pass and Yukon Route; Asst. Cashier White Pass Co.; Left 1915
BENSON, JOHNSourdough Stampede Assoc. Inc. 1930. Ar. AK, 1906, S.S. Hanna; Yukon R.;Left 1909

Pupils at St. Mary's school
No records in this dataset
NameDescription

Victims of the marine disaster with S.S. Princess Sophia 1918
NameDescription
ABLE, JOESeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
AITKEN, F.Seattle destination. An employee of White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of employee.
ANTHONY, A.W.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
BARTON, W.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
BENNETT, H.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
BEYER, J.M.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
BLOOMQUIST, CAPT. C.J.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
BLYTHE, N.G.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
BOWKER, P.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
BROWNVancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
CAMPBELL, A.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
CHINERY, CHAS. S.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
CLARK, C.E.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
COUSINS, MRS. CHAS.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
CRAVEN, CHAS.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
CRONE, J.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
DANO, G.M.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
DAVIS, HERBERTVictoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
DAVIS, MRS. HERBERTVictoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
DAVIS, MRS. RICHARD HARDINGSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
DAVIS, RICHARD HARDINGSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
DOUGLAS, CAPT. J.P.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
GREEN, CAPT. J.C.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
GREEN, MRS. J.C.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
GRENNY, A.J.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
GUY, CHAS.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
HAWES, R.C.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
HAYNES, JACKSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
HEDLUND, CARLSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
HOERLING, T.L.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
HOLMES, CHAS.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
HOWARD, J.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
HOWEY, GEO.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
IRONSIDE, EDMUND S.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
JOHNSON, EDWARD J.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
JOHNSON, MRS. EDWARD J.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
KENDALL, A.W.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
KENYON, H.J.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
KILWAY, C.E.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
KING, J.Prince Ruper destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
KOLONES, SAMSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
LAWLESS, HENRY F.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
LEAVIT, GUY S.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
LEE, L.M.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
LENEZ, MRS. ANNAVancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
LEWIS, A.D.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
LIDGETT, W.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
MABINS, ANTONESeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
MCCRAIT, GUYSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
MCLEOD, ALEXVancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
MCTAVISH, ROYVancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
MCWATERS, WM.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
MURPHY, W.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
NEILSON, THOS.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
PARKIN, HENRY B.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
PELLISON, ARNOUXSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
PERKINS, MRS. CYNTHIA J.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
PRATT, A.D.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
ROBINSON, HERMAN F.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
RUSSELL, H.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
RUTHERFORD, HARRY A.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SANTINE, J.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SATOMYER, DAVIDSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SENIFF, E.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SHARON, WILLIAM C.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SHAW, WILLIAM F.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SHILLINGLAW, W.W.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SHIMADA, GEORGEVancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SHOLSETH, GEO. L.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SMITH, FREDSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SMITH, R.H.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SMITH, W.P. JR.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
SMITH, W.P. SR.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
STRAIN, H.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
TAGGERT, E.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
TRIBE, GEO.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
VAN VALKENBERG, BEN J.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
VANDECARR, H.D.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
WALKER, A.W.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
WHEELDON, E.G.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE OR DEPENDENT OF AN EMPLOYEE.
WHITE, FRANKSeattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
WILKINSON, B.Victoria destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
WRIGHT, W.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
YOUNG, J.D.Vancouver destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.
ZYLSTRA, C.W.Seattle destination. An employee of the White Pass & Yukon Route or dependent of an employee.

Steamboats plying Yukon River
NameDescription
EMMATaken from Lower River to Upper Yukon. No data.
GOVERNOR STONEMANA tug from San Francisco, arriving in Dawson July 10, 1898. Wintered on the Yukon River.
HETTIE B.A tug from San Francisco arriving at Dawson July 10, 1898. Wintered on the Yukon River.
JULIA B.835 tons. Built in Ballard in 1908 by Captains Brown and McCarthy, builders. Owned buy Merchant's Yukon Line. Capt. Kurz, first skipper. Named for Julia Burichter,
REINDEEROperated on the upper Yukon by Capt. C.E. Miller. Had "Reindeer" to the Koyukuk river in 1899 and to St. Michael in 1900. Later went to Nome and in 1910 Capt.
ROCK ISLAND (2)Built at St. Michael by the Seattle Yukon Trading Co. but soon changed to a barge. Her
ROCK ISLAND(1)535 tons. Built in Seattle, 1898, by the Seattle Yukon Trading Co. for a syndicate from Rock Island,
SCHWATKA484 tons. Built at Port Blakely, 1898. Named after Lt. Frederick Schwatka, U.S. Army, who made a famous trip down the Yukon river in 1883, nameing many lakes and 7
SCOTIA214 tons. Built in Chicago, K.D. to ship to St. Michael. Capt. John Irving saw her on the dock in Seattle and convinced owners she was not suitable for the Yukon river
SEATTLE NO. 1Built at St. Michael, 1898 by the Seattle Yukon Transportation Co. Arrived in Dawson June 27, 1898, with 75 tons of freight. Sailed for St. Michael
SEATTLE NO.3548 tons. Built at Dutch Harbour, 1898, by the Seattle-Yukon Transportation Co. Arrived in Dawson
TASMANIANSteam launch, steel hull. No data on who brought her to the Yukon. Fast and small. Used for special trips from Bennett to Canyon City. Captain Bragg and Engineer Dan
VICTORIA55 tons. Built in St. Michael, 1897, by the A.C.Company. Capt. Al Hill operated her as Pilot Boat on the Yukon flats. She was second steamer to reach Dawson from
W.H. EVANSBuilt in Ballard, 1898. Grounded on the Yukon Flats on the first trip. Bought and dismantled by A.C.,
W.S. STRATTON93 tons. Built in Seattle, 1898. Owned by Alec McDonald. Operated on the upper Yukon in 1899.
WESTERN STAROne of the Moran fleet and was lost en route from Seattle near Cook Inlet. Wreck said to have been Mission. (Yukon Voyae, Walter R. Curtin.)
YUKONBuilt in 1883 by the A.C. Co. Operated from St. Michael up the river in 1898. Wrecked on the Koyukuk River.
YUKON651 tons. Built in Whitehorse in 1913 by the American Yukon Navigation Co., a sister ship of the "Alaska". Operated between Dawson and Nenana. Rebuilt in 1936.
YUKONER781 tons. Built in Victoria in 1898 by the Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. Rebuilt at St. Michael in 1898. Sold to Pat Galvin at St. Michael for $45,000. Wintered
ZEALANDIAN180 tons. Built on Lake Bennett 1900, by Alex Watson for John Irving Navigation Co. Last owner Fastest trip said to be made between St.Michael and Dawson was on the JOHN CUDAHY, under Captain McCarthy - twenty days. In later years the only boats plying on the Lower Yukon were the DELTA, WILL H. ISOM, ISABEL, PUP, TEDDY H. and WHITE SEAL. Only vessel to navigate up through the Five Finger Rapids without aid of a cable operated by her steam winch was the Eldorado, in 1899. A steam launch, the Burpee, ran a few years between Dawson and Forty Mile, and a French Canadian mail carrier Eli Verreau, ran small launch between Dawson and Eagle, AK, for several years. The voyage down stream from Whitehorse, to Dawson averages three days and up stream five to six days.

NWMP records at Chilkoot: checkpoints listing people who entered the Yukon
NameDateDescription
BLISS, MAJORDec. 31, 1898Yukon Force/Fort Selkirk
CRAHANXXX, THOMASFeb. 10, 1899Dawson, Yukon Ter.
CURT, JOHNDec. 15, 1898Dawson, Yukon
ROLLER, H.F.Dec. 28, 1898Seattle Yukon Trans. Co.
WILLIAMS, JAS. A.Dec. 17, 1898Dawson, Yukon
YAGER, CHAS.Dec. 15, 1898Dawson, Yukon

NWMP records at Chilkoot: checkpoints listing people who entered the Yukon
NameDateDescription
ARMSTRONG, GEO.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
BEBEE, W.P.Mar 10, 1899Seattle/Yukon Hot Blast Min."
BILLENBERG, ALEXMar 10, 1899Dawson/Yukon Hot Blast Min. Co.
CAMPBELL, H.C.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
CAMPBELL, H.H.May 29, 1900Alles, OR - Yukon Flyer Co.scow 59
CAMPBELL, H.T.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
CAMPBELL, HORACE G.May 29, 1900Portland - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
CAMPBELL, L.H.May 29, 1900Portland - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
COX, J.G.May 29, 1900Portland - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
COX, JASMay 29, 1900Portland - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
DEAL, F.May 29, 1900Vancouver, BC - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
DEMARS, J.M.May 29, 1900Seattle - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
DOUSE, FRED A.May 29, 1900Charlottetown, PEI - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
EHLEN, H.May 29, 1900Portland - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
ELLSWORTH, CLARKApr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
ELLSWORTH, CLARKEMay 29, 1900Seattle - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
EMERSON, E.C.May 29, 1900Portland - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
FRENCH, CPL. W.S.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
GILBERT, G.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
HARRIMAN, E.A.May 29, 1900Eaton, NH - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
JOHNSON, J.A.May 29, 1900Vancouver, BC - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
LEARNING, J.K.Mar 10, 1899Dawson/Yukon Hot Blast Min. Co.
LEE, CPL. GEO.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
MALCHARY, CHAS.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
MCCALUM, WM.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
MCLANE, CPL. J.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
MEENACH, A.L.May 29, 1900Seattle - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
MORRIS, F.J.May 29, 1900Newcastle, Eng. - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
NEWMAN, H.B.May 29, 1900Portland - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
ORDINO, B.May 29, 1900Victoria, BC - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
OVERMAN, L.Mar 10, 1899Dawson/Yukon Hot Blast Min. Co.
PALMER, J.C.Jun 7, 1899Selkirk, Yukon - boat 115
PETERS, M.P.May 29, 1900Seattle - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
PETERSON, NELSMay 29, 1900Dawson - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
RAYFIELD, R.L.Mar 10, 1899Dawson/Yukon Hot Blast Min. Co.
REISTER, ADOLPHEMar 10, 1899Dawson/Yukon Hot Blast Min. Co.
ROBERTS, T.W.May 29, 1900Victoria, BC - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
RUXTON, E.J.May 29, 1900Victoria, BC - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
SANDISON, E.W.Jun 13, 1899Los Angeles - boat 246, Upper Yukon Co. scow to return
SHA*, T.W.May 29, 1900Seattle - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
SKILLAND, WM.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
SNELL, W.D.May 29, 1900Adanis Center, NY - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
STONEY, GEO.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
TENNISON, RICHARDApr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
THOMSONS, THOS.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
WATSON, W.W.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
WATSON, W.W.May 29, 1900Seattle - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
WOODALL, A.H.May 29, 1900Chepstow, Eng. - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59
WYMAN, CPL. F.E.Apr 14, 1899Yukon *ing and Trading Co.
YATES, A.E.May 29, 1900New Westminster, BC - Yukon Flyer Co. scow 59

NWMP records at Chilkoot: checkpoints listing people who entered the Yukon
NameDateCheckpoint
BRAY, M.E.Jun 6, 1898Fort Yukon

NWMP records at Lake Bennett: people who entered the Yukon via boats
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BRAY, M.E.FORT YUKONBOAT 12620?

NWMP records at Lake Bennett: people who entered the Yukon via boats
No records in this dataset
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NWMP records at Lake Bennett: people who entered the Yukon via boats
No records in this dataset
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Yukon Order of Pioneers
NameDescription
ARMSTRONG, GORDONH. Commissioner of Yukon.
JENSEN, SHIRLEY(nee Whitehouse) for her work at the worlds fair on BEHALF OF the Yukon, born in Dawson. Honorary Member. Sisters Of ST.ANNE 1970.
MATHEWS, WILLIAM.From Scotland, fell off a steamer on the Yukon FLATS AND drowned.
MAYO, ALBERTHENRY. charter member from Michigan moved to Rampart ALASKA. HE came to the Yukon with "Jack" McQuesten.
SCHONBORN, LOUISK., 1894, murdered at Bonanza on the Chisana in JANUARY 1915, built and operated the Yukon Hotel in Dawson, one of THE FIRST, if not the first, hotel


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