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Eads
Harriet, OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15

Ted, co-owned Eads Transfer
Will
, streetcar conductor, co-owned Eads Transfer, 
C1960.298X.4, C2017.0.56.11

Eagon
Katie,
WSHS C2016.0.93

Eastman
Bruce, WSHS C1952.1068.7.44
Margaret, WSHS C1952.226.58, C2013.18.82

Easton
Edith, Olympia High School class of 1927, WSHS C2016.0.99
Margaret, WSHS C1952.226.58
W.R., manager of Thornburg’s Furnishings in Odd Fellows Building

Eaton

Charles, arrived 1848 with other Eatons, left and returned to settle on Tenalquot prairie, TCP, Rogues, p. 10; WSHS C1948.1192.1
Lestina, nee Himes
Letitia
, daughter of Charles Eaton, born in Thurston County 1851, married
Jacob Waldrick,
TCP

Nathan, arrived with brother Charles in 1840s, participated in Indian Wars, TCPphotos of home at 
WSHS C1954.483.6, C1954.483.7, C1954.483.8, C1943.11.24; 2015.0.306
Paul
, natural son of Nathan, adopted by Pamela Case and Calvin Hale thereafter going by Paul Eaton Hale

Salome
, m. Harvey Woodard, WSHS C2017.0.51

Eberhart
Fanny,
staff of Washington Standard, WSHS C2013.18.15

Eddington
Lottie, WSHS C2013.18.120

Eddy
Eddy_TV
T.V
., lawyer, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue 1891


Edwards

Mame (married Brown) C1943.1036.2, C1943.1036.3

Egbert
Curtis,
dentist, see Egbert-Ingham House

Ekrem
Ada, nee Woodard, married George Ekrem
George, captain

Elder

Alfred Ridgely preacher and farmer, arrived Thurston County in 1864 appointed by Lincoln as Indian Agent,
TCP;C2017.0.
169

Edwin Henry, arrived with parents 1866, TCP

Helen, d. of Alfred, m. Frederick Prosch, WSHS C2017.0.170
James Thomas
, brick mason, arrived 1866,
TCP
Laura Etta, married John McKinzie
Mehitable, nee Haskell, first married Lord, then Alfred R. Elder

Elliott
Virda, WSHS C1956.29.15.8

Ellis
Anna,
daughter of Isaac, married Joseph Gregory, WSHS C1948.64.82
Ellis_A
Arthur
, furniture dealer, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue 1891
Cora, daughter of Isaac, married Charles Ayer, WSHS C2013.18.125, C2013.18.124
Eva, married Isaac Ellis, nee Toellner

Hiram (Hiley or Hileigh), son of Isaac, WSHS C2018.0.201;  C1948.64.84

Isaac (Ike), arrived 1861, lumberman, racetrack developer, TCP; WSHS C1986.8.9, C1986.8.10; C1950.197.1, C2018.0.10; married, Pioneer and Democrat May 24, 1861; see Sylvester’s Window 1874 Meet the Neighbors p. 3; home was at current site of Elks Building
Mabel,
WSHS C1952.226.57; C1943.1006.8
Martha Ann, nee Conner, m. Isaac Ellis

Ellison
Children – C1951.3.2
Family,
C1951.3.3
Annie,
nee Simmons
David
Minnie,
d of David & Annie,  WSHS C1983.19.1.3


Emerson
Albert, OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15

Emly
Family,
C1945.191.8

Engard
Laura,
WSHS C1945.194.1
Amanda, nee Black

Engle
Alice,
nee Warbass

Erickson
Andrew, OCI student,
C1950.1117.1.31.2, C2013.18.57

Esling
Esling_W
William
, city editor of Olympia Tribune, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue 1891

Esterly
Robert G.
, settled Olympia 1870, machine operator, then Tumwater resident, Council member, and photographer.
TCP; Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue 1891; WSHS 2010.149.57to view a series of photographs taken by Esterly in 1914 of Olympia businesses and their owners, enter the word “Esterly” in the search box at the following link: WSHS Detailed Search page


Eugley
eugley
Bertha
– nee Arth, first married Giesen, then Matthew Eugley; milliner in late 1800s;
C1961.1185.38, C1961.1185.37, C1950.1307.20 , Eugley Millinery site, Eugley House  ; see Sylvester’s Window 1891 Meet the Neighbors, p. 1
Hazel, youngest daughter of Bertha Eugley, WSHS
C1961.1185.10

Katherine, born Giesen or Arth, milliner, daughter of Bertha Eugley; married first McCurdy Martin, then Lewis Chalmers Musgrove,
C1961.1185.15; C1961.1185.6; C1961.1185.65; C1961.1185.66; Eugley Millinery site
Matthew, husband of Bertha, WSHS C1961.1185.60

Evans
Belle, member of the “Busy Bees” social club,  see St. John’s Episcopal Church; m. Wilkison, WSHS C2017.0.3
Charles, son of Elwood, WSHS C2017.0.164

Elwood
, Olympia mayor, historian, statesman, photo from Digital Archives; Home (site of Olympia Federal Savings Building); Home (Tilton Home) see also
C1964.1.19; C2017.0.163, .162., .161; Georgiana, photo following page 64; Rogues, p. 17 et seq.,  secretary to Whig convention, Washington Pioneer Jan 7, 1854, secretary of temperance society, Pioneer and Democrat Dec. 30, 1854, letter and politics denounced, Pioneer and Democrat June 25, 1855, delivers Fourth of July oration, Pioneer and Democrat July 13, 1855, married Pioneer and Democrat Jan 4, 1856, denounced for opposition to Governor Stevens, Pioneer and Democrat Jun 27, 1856, denounced for opposition to Indian War, Pioneer and Democrat Sept. 12, 1856, trustee of Puget Sound Wesleyan Institute, Pioneer and Democrat Jan 16, 1857, lampooned for role in Republican Convention and support for abolition, Pioneer and Democrat May 29, 1857, denounced for suggesting that Governor Stevens was intoxicated, Pioneer and Democrat July 10, 1857, invites citizens of Vancouver Island to Olympia to celebrate Fourth of July, Pioneer and Democrat June 10, 1857; Fourth of July address printed, Pioneer and Democrat August 5, 1859, denounced for legal representation of party seeking removal of capital, Pioneer and Democrat Aug 25, 1860, complimented for speech at Library Association, Pioneer and Democrat March 8, 1861
William, Olympia High School WSHS C2016.0.120
Wilma,
Olympia High School, WSHS C2016.0.120

Everett
Alice, OCI graduate, WSHS C2013.18.57
Sadie, OCI graduate, WSHS C2013.18.57

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