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Mabie
Jeremiah, territorial librarian,
house, C2013.18.76, was at Martin Building site at 5th and Washington 

Mack

Robert, WSHS C1970.28.52
Sierra Nevada
, nee Cook
Tessie, WSHS C2013.18.82

Thomas M
., drowned as a child, WSHS C1970.28.64
Thomas S., see Thomas S. Ball

Macleay
Annie, nee Frost
Barbara,
WSHS C2013.18.57
thomas macleay
Thomas M.
, opened store in Olympia in 1860s, Georgiana p. 244, photo following p. 244; TCP
Elizabeth, Olympia High School 1909 graduate,  C1951.8.17

Mahard
William, settled near Nathan Eatons in 1853, TCP

Mallery
Joseph,
Supreme Court justice, see Mallery House , WSHS C1986.43.61.12.29.4

Mallory
Ernest, son of Henry, builder, mayor of Olympia, Rogues p. 439 et seq.
Henry,
 builder, machinist at Springer & White, see Mallory House , Prosser, History of the Puget Sound Country

Maloney
Luella,
WSHS C2013.18.81

Manier
Beatrice, Olympia High School, WSHS C1986.43.64.8.18.5; C2016.0.99
David,
WSHS C1990.25.7
Gertrude, nee Davis, married William
Martha Elizabeth,
married Henry McCray, WSHS C1990.25.1
William, OHS student, later prominent businessman, WSHS C1986.43.64.18.18.5; C1951.8.15; C1951.4.37; see Manier House 

Mann

MannChampion
Champion Bramwell, son of Sylvester, arrived Olympia 1870 – businessman and county official, TCP, succeeded his father as territorial librarian; ran a pharmacy at the site of the Security Building; later ran a seed store. photo from TCP. He initiated the Thurston County Pioneers (TCP) project. See Mann’s Seeds building; Rogues p. 146 et seq
Evangeline St. Claire – nee Brewer
Ida, nee Lemon, married Lyman Mann
Lyman, son of Sylvester


mann_sylvester
Sylvester
, circuit riding minister, later territorial librarian (photo from Territorial Librarians page); WSHS C1943.1010.2

Manning
Alma, married Fred Stocking, WSHS C1949.1298.3
Fred, Olympia Collegiate Institute student, WSHS C2013.18.57

Manville
Addie, WSHS C2013.18.200

Chester, land agent, WSHS C1982.18.30.21
Emma, nee Hood, married Ira Manville
Ira, WSHS C1952.226.27
Israel, Land Agent,  C1982.18.30.21

Mapleby
Bert, OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15

Marcus
Annie,
married Mitchel Harris, WSHS C1951.306.1

Marcy

Ada
, married Dodge, photo from Digital Archives, see also photo of Dodge family here, and photo with brother Harry linked below

Harry,
photo from Digital Archives
Mary Jane,  nee Proseus

Maris
Amanda, married William G. White, see William White House in Where Are We?, see WSHS C2013.18.24
Drusilla, mother in law of William G. White, C1945.141.1, C2013.18.163
Nathaniel, father of Amanda, WSHS C2013.18.151

Markham
Cora, married Duncan Bigelow, OCI student,  C1950.1117.1.31.4

Marklewitz
Frederick William (also known as William Mark),
arrived from Germany 1888, WSHS C1959.228x.4

Marr
Laura Belle, OCI Student,  C1950.1117.1.21.1, C1951.303.3.16

Marr_R

Robert, proprietor of Acme Drug Store, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue; WSHS  C1943.2x.324

Mars

Mars
James
, proprietor of Our House restaurant, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue; see Our House
Jesse, son of James, first African-American firefighter in Olympia, at Central School; WSHS C1943.2x.137

Marsh
Edwin, founded Marshville (West Olympia), land office registrar, Rogues, p. 34 et seq, Bancroft, History of Washington, Idaho, and Montana

Marshall
Halcyon,
nee Inman

Martenson
Emil,
Olympia Collegiate Institute student, WSHS C2019.0.44; C2013.18.57

Martin

Martin_A
Alfred
, private secretary to Hon. Charles Laughton, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue

Ann, nee Yantis, married William
Dewey, son of James, aviator, businessman, see Martin/Tiffany House
Donald
, son of James
Edith, WSHS C2016.0.122
James
, builder, built Martin Building, Martin Warehouse, and Donald Building
Jesse, WSHS C2013.18.93
Kate, nee Yantis, married Jesse
McCurdy  C1961.1185.6
Katherine, daughter of Bertha Eugley (see Eugley), married McCurdy Martin and later Musgrove
Sarah, daughter of William and Ann, m. Koontz, WPA vol 2
William, early Tumwater settler, WPA vol 2; WSHS C2013.18.93

Mason

Charles H.,
first territorial secretary and acting governor under Isaac Stevens, image from Digital Archives
Coridon Z. (C.Z.), owned Olympia Iron Works; house corner of 8th and Pear; WSHS C1964.26.4.15.2
D.P., WSHS C1952.226.35
Frances (Frankie), daughter of C.Z.,
Ruth, married Frank Byles, WSHS C1949.1301.26.7

Mathieson
Elizabeth,
WSHS C2013.18.5

Mattson or Matson
Ella,
WSHS  C2013.18.57
Gertrude,
OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15
Margaret,
Olympia High School class of 1927, WSHS C2016.0.99

Morton,
page in first state legislatureWSHS C2017.0.200.28
Oliver
, OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15

May
Nellie, WSHS C2013.18.82

Mayes
Lydia, nee Hawk

Maynard
Charles, manager of Olympia Knitting Mills, State Treasurer, Rogues p. 286; WSHS C2019.0.45; see transcript from Washington West of the Cascades
Lucy, daughter of Charles, married Dr. Redpath
Mary Alice, nee Buchanan

Maxin
Runy,
Olympia High School, WSHS C2016.0.120

Maxwell
Bruce,
Olympia High School, WSHS C2016.0.120

McAfferty
Green, arrived Olympia 1852 served as Indian scout for Governor Stevens, TCP, Democratic representative from South Bay, Pioneer and Democrat  July 22, 1854, reports on progress of Indian hostilities in Walla Walla, Feb 15, 1856, Pioneer and Democrat

McAllister

Elizabeth
, married Isaac Hawk, WSHS C1978.52.1, C1978.52.4 (elderly woman in center)
James, very early “Boston” (American) settler, arrived fall 1845 with Simmons/Bush party, farmed Bush Prairie then settled in Nisqually, TCP, WPA vol. 1 ;vice president of committee to celebrate July 4, Columbian June 25, 1853, appointed county commissioner, Pioneer and Democrat, April 22, 1854, elected First Lieutenant in Indian Wars, Pioneer and Democrat Oct. 26, 1855, death and funeral in Indian Wars, Pioneer and Democrat, Nov. 7, 1855, murder of Quiemuth as possible retaliation for his death, Pioneer and Democrat Nov 25, 1856; Rogues p.  9 et seq.
John Wesley, cousin of James
Mary Jane, nee Thomas, married John Wesley before coming to Puget Sound

Pauline
, m A.E. McBride, WSHS C1986.43.66.6.19.2.34A
Ruby, Pauline’s sister, see above

Sarah
, married David Hartman, photo from Digital Archives

McArdle
L.D.,
legislator, see McArdle House in Where Are We?; Rogues p. 260 et seq.

McBratney

McBratney_T
Thomas
, horseshoer and city council member, built Olympia Engine No. 2; see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue

McCallum
Fannie,
OCI student, WSHS C2013.18.57

McCarogher

McCarrogher_J
Joseph, firefighter, real estate developer, surveyor, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue, see also WSHS C1943.2x.137

McCaughan
Marie,
Olympia High School class of 1927, WSHS C2016.0.99

McCausland

Royal,   C1948.18.76

McClarty
Ada, d of Matilda, m. Bingham, then Naden
Della,
nee Johnston, married Ed

Edgar
, Spanish-American war veteran, sheriff, WSHS C2013.18.165, C2017.0.42
Irene, daughter of Ed and Della, m. Swift, WSHS 2009.224.3
John, superintendent of water system, superintendent of Olympia Water System, WSHS C1949.18.51, C1949.18.53
Matilda
, nee Bennett, mother of Ed

McCleary
Charles, son of Henry, see McCleary-Robinson House in Where Are We?
Henry, lumberman (founder of McCleary, WA), owned McCleary Mansion
Mrs. Henry, WSHS 2013.0.211; C2016.0.178

McClellan (or McLellan or McLelland)
Leonard, son of Sam, WSHS C1949.3.123

Sam,
 owned blacksmith shop at State & Washington, also Olympia fire chief, WSHS  C1943.1003.24, C1943.1003.3, C1949.3.122, C1943.2x.137, C2013.18.149

McClelland
Benjamin R., high school principal and teacher, see McClelland House ; WSHS C1943.2x.327, C1951.4.37

McClure
Cora, married Henry Murphy, worked at Washington Standard, C2013.18.16

McCoy
Christina, married Hume, WSHS C1976.41.4

McCray
Charles, WSHS C1990.25.9
Henry
Martha Elizabeth, nee Manier, wife of Henry

McCullough or McCulley
Julia Ann, nee Woolery

McDade
Martha, married John Selvidge, see Martha Selvidge

McDonald
Dollie,
Providence Academy student, WSHS 2009.224.2
Ella, nee Clark, married McDonald
Walter, real estate developer, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue

McDowell
Walter,
WSHS C1951.4.37

McElroy
Carrie, nee Williams, married Harry McElroy


Harry
, son of Thornton, WSHS C1945.20.11, ; 
C1950.1301.19.14;   2012.0.275; see H.B. McElroy Store
Hilda
, WSHS C1952.226.42

Thornton
, published Columbian, Olympia’s first newspaper; photo from Digital Archives; TCP ; C1945.20.9, see site of McElroy House ; Rogues, p. 13 et seq
Mrs, member of “Busy Bees,” see Women’s History Walking Tour, St. John’s Church; see also WSHS C1956.39.9 (not known if this is Mrs. Thornton or Mrs. Harry)
Sarah, nee Bates, married Thornton McElroy

McFadden
Margaret, wife of Obadiah, nee Caldwell
Mary
– daughter of Obadiah, married William Winlock Miller, Rogues p. 205; donated land for William Winlock Miller High School

mcfadden
Obadiah B
., judge early Olympia, Congressional delegate 1873, Georgiana p. 246, photo (at left) following p. 200; Rogues p. 70 et seq., C1952.364.2

McGregor
Mack, clerk in Harris Store, WSHS C1948.18.12

McGuire

Eliza Jane married John Miller Murphy WSHS C1964.17.10, C1947.9.47
Grandpa,” father of Eliza Jane, WSHS  C1964.17.19
Harvey, Olympia High School class of 1927, WSHS C2016.0.99

McIntosh
Earl, OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15
Lou, married Wilson, WSHS C1948.64.72
R.B., see Parrott/McIntosh House

McIntyre
Joseph McIntyre, carpenter, see McIntyre House in Where Are We?
Edith, WSHS  
1998.113.3
Nellie, married Clarence Seely, WSHS C1948.64.63;  account of McIntyre-Seeley Wedding

McKenny
Cynthia, nee King, wife of Thomas
Frank, WSHS C2013.18.181
Ida, daughter of Thomas, author of work on Priest Point, married Thomas Reed, Jr., WSHS C1950.197.17

Margaret, daughter of Thomas, naturalist, conservationist, see Margaret McKenny House; Looking Back article; Sylvester’s Window 1950 Meet the Neighbors p. 1; see also  WSHS C2009.0.5; 2009.224.2; C1986.43.0.236; C2018.0.15

Thomas, Civil War general, WSHS C1970.42.17, C1961.1005.3Rogues, p. 61 et seq., built McKenny Block

McKinney
Ward,
WSHS C2017.0.141

McKinzie, McInzie, or McKenzie
John, logger, TCP
Laura Etta, nee Elder
Roy, OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15

McKnight
Edna, nee Brazel
Joseph, photographer

McKusey
Edna, OHS 1909 graduate, WSHS 2014.130.1.9

McLane
William, legislator, settler in McLane area of Thurston County, C1961.1731.1

McLean
Ike
, WSHS C1979.32.10

McLellan – see McClellan

McLeod

Catherine, m. Mounts, member Nisqually Tribe, C2013.18.168
Jean
, staff of legislature, WSHS C2019.8.1; C2013.18.39;  C1943.3x.4

McMicken
Helen (Nellie), nee Parker
William, arrived in 1871 with NPRR, then surveyor general, Rogues p. 100; TCP

McMillen (or McMillan)
Archibald, settled near Chambers Prairie 1853, TCP
Marcus, Archibald’s brother, settled in Chambers Prairie around 1853, TCP; WPA 

McNamara
Dan, musician, Olympia Soda Works owner, Rogues, p. 206; WSHS C1949.3.124; C2016.0.183
Mrs. Dan, WSHS C1949.3.125 

McReynolds
Roy,
WSHS C2013.18.81

McVey
Charles,
Olympia High School, WSHS  C2016.0.120

Mead

Albert, Washington State governor, Rogues 193 et seq. see Mead House;  C2017.0.88

Meays
Lillian, married Melvin, OCI student,  C1950.1117.1.34.4

Meeker
Ernest, builder, see LaVilla-Meeker Mansion, Meeker House, Meeker/Bean House

Mell
Dora,
Olympia High School class of 1927,  WSHS C2016.0.99

Mercer
Mary Jane,
married H.C. Parsons, WSHS C1943.11.41

Merryman
Alexander, early pioneer, see Merryman House

Messegee

George, steamboat captain and pioneer, WSHS C1943.1006.17

Metcalf
Edna,
Olympia High School class of 1927, WSHS C2016.0.99

Metter
Gus,
father of William W, WSHS C2013.18.162
Maude, wife of Gus, nee Webster
William W, WSHS C1980.30x.15.29

Meyer
Victor, contractor, see Meyer-Riddle House
 

Meyers
Ben,
WSHS C1980.30x.15.27

Victor
,
musician, Secretary of State, Lieutenant Governor, historian, musician, Rogues p. 363; occupied Ward House; photograph from Digital Archives

Michener
Herbert, President Olympia Collegiate Institute, WSHS  C1950.1117.1.11.2

Millard
Bertha (married William),
WSHS C2016.0.178
Gertrude
,
Olympia High School class of 1927, WSHS C2016.0.99
William

Miller
Albert, WSHS C2013.18.82
Alice, married Stephen Didier, WSHS C1961.1185.53
Blanche, married Dye, WSHS 
C1979.32.7
“Doctor” (first name unidentified),
C2016.0.183

Frederick JX,
Millersylvania donor and prolific poet, WSHS C2013.18.164; finding aid to papers, C2017.0.81
2015.0.301; C2017.0.81
Ira, logger, Zanaton, WSHS C1972.37.9
Lena,
Olympia High School, WSHS C2016.0.120
Mary
, nee McFadden, married William Winlock
T.J., co-owned B&M cigar store, WSHS 2010.149.7.1
William Winlock, Businessman arrived 1853, Georgiana p. 250, appointed customs surveyer for Puget Sound, Columbian Oct. 16, 1852, Quartermaster General for claims by volunteers in Indian Wars, Pioneer and Democrat Jan 9, 1857, bridge commissioner for bridge across Budd Inlet, Pioneer and Democrat Feb 13, 1857, elected to Territorial Council (Senate), Pioneer and Democrat June 11, 1857, meeting to reorganize Democratic party, Pioneer and Democrat, Feb. 11, 1859; William Winlock Miller High School (Olympia High School) is named after him, at his wife’s request; Rogues p. 25

Millett
Byron, judge, Georgiana  p. 369

Milligan
Bob, WSHS C1961.1185.54

Mills
Alice, nee Allen, married Jesse Mills
Anna, married Ed Farquhar, WSHS C2013.18.160
 
MillsGeorgeG
George G, son of George W., Land registrar, teacher in late 1800s, Union Academy graduate,  hardware store proprietor; TCP, photo from TCP, Rogues p. 187 et seq, see also WSHS  C1950.1117.1.12.3; C1950.1911.16; C2017.0.91; see Mills House, George G. Mills House

MillsGeorgeW
George W., arrived Olympia 1865, farmer, TCP; photo from TCP; see also Georgiana  p 212., photo following p. 212;
Helen, nee Gordon
Herbert
, OHS 1909 graduate, WSHS 2014.130.1.9

Isabella – nee Fleming, married George

Jesse
, son of George W., operated Mills and Mills Funeral Parlor, was Thurston County Sheriff, Rogues p.176 et seq, see also Parker/Mills House, WSHS C1948.18.13, C1950.1117.1.12.5; C2017.0.92
Minnie, WSHS C2017.0.117
William
, arrived Grand Mound 1853, TCP

Milroy
Mary, nee Armitage, married Robert H.

Robert Bruce,
son of Robert H, WSHS C1943.118.4 (photo above of Robert, Val and Sam), C1943.118.3,
 C2015.0.114, C2015.0.113; wins election bet in Yakima, Yakima Herald Nov. 7, 1889


Robert Houston – Civil War general, arrived in Olympia late 1860s, Superintendent of Indian Affairs,
Georgiana p. 278, WSHS C1943.118.7, C1943.118.2, C1943.118.5.2, C1943.118.5.1, C1943.118.3; anecdotes about Civil War service, Yakima Herald March 14, 1889; obituary, Yakima Herald April 3, 1890; see Milroy Home 
Sam, son of Robert, WSHS C1943.118.3 (see above photo)

Milroy_V
Val
, son of Robert, postmaster of Olympia, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue; see also WSHS C1943.118.4,
, C1943.118.3 (see photo above), C2015.0.112
Walter, son of Robert, Rogues p. 348 et seq., WSHS C1943.118.4   , C1943.118.3; C2015.0.113, C2018.0.1092015.0.300

Minard
E.L.,
deputy county auditor, WSHS C2015.0.109

Minor
Mrs. Louis, married A. Farquhar

Mitchel
Agnes, photographer, married Benjamin M. Price,  C1951.284.3, C1952.284.6
Ida, Agnes’s sister, came out West as Ida B. Smith, photographer (see under Smith)
Bethier, Agnes’s and Ida’s mother,  C1952.284.4

Mitchell
Charles,
slave of Tilton, sparked international incident, see Tilton House

David, doctor, see Mitchell House , WSHS C1943.1003.31

Mrs. David, WSHS C1943.1003.32
Dick, Olympia High School, WSHS C2017.0.141
Elizabeth
, nee Phillips

Mitchell_JR
John R., attorney and judge, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue; Rogues p. 186; see Georgiana  p. 370, photo following p. 368
Georgiana,  see Blankenship, Georgiana

MitchellWilliam
William H
. – Early pioneer, logger, businessman, hotelier, marshal see Governor Hotel in Where Are We?; Rogues p. 32; Georgiana  p. 142; TCP, photo from TCP; WSHS C1943.2x.324; C2017.0.90; see Washington West of the Cascades , p. 542; see Bancroft, History of Washington, Idaho, and Montana

Mix

James, early pioneer family, C1972.37.10
Lura
, sister of James, married John Clark before setting out with family and husband, arrived 1853, TCP; 
 WSHS C2013.18.68
Lura, daughter of James, married John Lybarger

Mary, nee Littlejohn
Walter, logger,  C1972.37.9

Mize
Hiram F., arrived Olympia 1860, farmer, TCP , C1980.30x.15.12
Mary Ann, wife of William, nee Frost

William G, arrived in late 1840s, Donation Claim, farmer, TCP, WSHS C1943.1008.2

Moe
Mattie, WSHS C1980.30x.15.15

Monaghan
Thomas, bricklayer,  see Grimm Brickyard 

Montgomery
W.W., principal of Washington School, WSHS C2013.18.82

Moore
Alexander, brother of Charles M., WSHS C1950.1301.19.1, C1949.1301.26.12
Andrew W, arrived Olympia 1852, first postmaster, first teacher, Rogues p. 11; TCP, Building a house July 1853, Columbian; Bancroft, History of Washington, Oregon, and Washington
Anna, nee Rabbeson, married Waldo Moore

Charles M., musician, businessman, owner of City Market, photographer (search for his name as creator in Washington State Historical Society on-line catalog); see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue; see also WSHS C2018.0.78; C1952.226.41,  C1949.1301.16.1, C1949.1301.33.24, C1950.1301.19.14, C1950.1301.19.16; C1949.1301.26.13, C1949.1301.26.12; C2018.0.83, C2018.0.82, C2018.0.81, C2018.0.80
Emily, nee York, wife of Andrew Moore
Fanny, nee Ostrander, wife of Charles M.
Freeman
, brother of Charles M., C1950.1301.13.27

moore_janet
Janet
, daughter of Philip, charter member of Olympia Women’s Club; see WPA vol. 3 ; see Sylvester’s Window 1899 Meet the Neighbors p. 5Janet Moore House; photo from Olympia Women’s History Walking Tour

Lindley, son of Philip, lived with sister Janet, WSHS C2018.0.73
Maria
, nee Olney, mother of Charles M. Moore
Mary Elizabeth, nee Baker, m. Miles Moore
Mary Elizabeth
, married Sidney Ford, Jr., Pioneer and Democrat Oct. 26, 1860
Miles, governor, WSHS  C1965.28.1
Mollie, daughter of Charles M., WSHS C1952.226.58; C2018.0.85
Olivia, union activist, Moore House
Pearl
, nee Longmire, married Fred Moore


Moore_PD
Philip D
, arrived 1862 as deputy revenue collector, served in legislature and other offices, see WSHS C2019.0.46;  Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue, Rogues p. 55 et seq; TCP, Georgiana  p. 328; WPA Vol 3
Roxie, saloonkeeper, see Roxie Moore Saloon , see WSHS C1956.20.9,
Schooley, son of Philip, WSHS C1943.2x.33
Waldo, saloonkeeper of Tony Faust’s saloon, see WSHS 2010.149.24.2

Morf
Charles, police officer, C1957.111x.3
Leo, WSHS C1959.222x.1

Milton, WSHS C2013.18.159

Morford
Wilmot,
Olympia High School, WSHS C2016.0.120

Morgan

Hiram D
.,
Indian agent Mud Bay, WSHS C2017.0.87

Morris
Mel and Irma,
MM Morris Store (Martin Building)

Morrison
Bert, WSHS C1980.30x.14.10
Hannah, Olympia Collegiate Institute student,  C1950.1117.1.27.4, C2013.18.158

Moses
A. Benton, Rogues p. 55 et seq, death and funeral in Indian Wars, Pioneer and Democrat, Nov 16, 1855, account of trial of Leschi for his murder, Pioneer and Democrat, March 27, 1857
Andrew, early settler, TCP, keeping registry of, and transporting, new arrivals, Columbian Feb. 5, 1853, territorial librarian 
Sarah, nee Yantis, married A. Benton Moses

 Mossman

Frank, son of Isaac, WSHS C2019.0.30.2.2
Ida
, daughter of Isaac, married William Henry Yeager, OCI alumna,  C1950.1117.1.36.1, OHS alumna  C1951.8.17, C1943.2x.33

mossman_isaac
Isaac Van Dorsey
, arrived 1867 – mail carrier, storekeeper, territorial librarian,  TCP, WSHS C2011.8.2 (store), C2011.8.1; C2017.0.96
Lottie, married DeVaull

Minnie, daughter of Isaac,  first female steamboat captain, married Charles Hill, Wikipedia article; WSHS C2019.0.30.1.3
Nellie (Martha), nee Jackson, m. Isaac

Mote
Bessie,
WSHS C2013.18.82

Mottman
Fritz,  C1951.284.9, C1986.43.56.10.15
George, Rogues p. 153 et seq., see Sylvester’s Window 1933 Meet the Neighbors p. 9; established Mottman Mercantile
John
,  C1951.284.9

Moulthrop
I.S., laundry and roller skating rink operator, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue 

Mount
Frank, OHS student, WSHS C1951.8.15
Wallace, Supreme court justice,  WSHS C1956.39.8, C1946.240.3; 2014.130.1.9

Mounts
Catherine, nee McLeod

Daniel Morgan, pioneer, settled in Thurston County, then Pierce WSHS C2019.0.43
Lillian,
WSHS C1986.43.66.6.19.2
Lucinda
, arrived in Grand Mound in 1850s, married Elisha Sarjent, marriage Pioneer and Democrat Feb 15, 1861; TCP
Mary,
nee Scully, married James Tighe Mounts
Thomas
, settled in South Bay 1853, TCP

Mowell
John,
Early Doctor, see Mowell House ; Rogues p. 283
Ada, nee Sprague, married John

Muench
Alice, daughter of Louis
Clara, daughter of Louis, married Philip G Schmidt
Louis, industrialist, see LoMa Villa
Marie, wife of Louis

Mumford

Mumford_ME
M.E., Title abstractor, see Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue 

Munn
Emma, married Hunter
John, husband of Mary Coates
Mary, nee Coates
May, daughter of Mary and John, married Tunin, hotel operator, WSHS C1950.1305z.33, 36

Munson
Albert, Olympia businessman, son of Josiah,  C1982.18.30.1, C1982.18.30.32, C1982.18.30.3, C1982.18.30.21, C1982.18.30.24, C1943.2x.33
Emma, nee Haines
Emily T. – wife of Albert,  C1948.1193.3
Fred, son of Josiah, druggist, Munson House
Josephine, daughter of Josiah, m. Silsby

Josie – daughter of Al, milliner, married Grant, WSHS  C1948.18.81, see Munson Millinery

Josiah  WSHS C1948.1193.2
Lewis, WSHS C1982.18.30.24
Lucy, WSHS C1952.226.29

Murphy
Murphy Home C1947.9.39; C1964.17.7
Annie  C1964.17.12, C1964.17.13
Bertha  C1964.17.11, C1964.17.20
Charles, WSHS C1964.17.20
Cora, wife of Henry, nee McClure
Eliza, wife of John, nee  McGuire
FrankStandard editor; (took over business from his father John Miller), C1964.17.15; C1947.9.50
Gilbert Whitman, died young, C1954.469.4
Harriet, nee Brown, married Seth
Henry, WSHS C1982.18.30.7, C1982.18.30.7

Jessica
, WSHS C1952.226.58

MurphyJohnMiller
John Miller Mary Kandle Barnes half brother, worked in Barnes store ; Owner and publisher, Washington Standard, owner Olympia Opera House; see Georgiana, p. 107; Rogues p. 37 et seq.,  TCP; photo from TCP; see also C1964.17.6; C2013.18.15; see photo of Murphy at Opera House at Digital Archives; see also Olympia Tribune Souvenir Issue; see article Mere Mention: John Miller Murphy’s column, see site of Washington Standard ; See site of Olympia Opera House ; Sylvester’s Window 1874 Meet the Neighbors p. 7
Mary Verne, daughter of Seth, WSHS C1954.469.6
Rosa Pearl, WSHS C1964.17.20

Seth
,  WSHS C1954.469.5
Winnie, married Will Harris, WSHS C1958.205x.8,  C1964.17.9, C2013.18.15

Murray
Flora, WSHS C2013.18.82
John, father of Otis, home WSHS C2018.0.118; Rogues p. 133
Otis
, OHS graduate,  C1951.8.17

Musgrove
Bonnie, nee Van Eaton, married Lewis Musgrove
Lewis Chalmers (or Chandler) – shoe store owner,  C1961.1185.36, C1961.1185.31,C1961.1185.16-21, C1961.1185.58, see Walker Building 
Katherine, see Eugley
Mary,  nee Patch
Stewart, WSHS C1961.1185.30

Mustard
Flora, m. John, nee Chambers
John, doctor, Rogues p 275; Mustard House

Myers
Edwina Lloyd, WSHS C1960.298X.4
Jim, worker at water system, WSHS C1949.18.51; 
see Watershed Park 

Sol, founder of Olympia Knitting Mills, OHS newsletter article Bathing Suits, Beat and Brew, WSHS C1951.250.24, see Olympia Knitting Mills 

 

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