George Andrews, Sr.
7 July 1875 Libertyville, IL - 22 February 1944 Port Townsend, WA
Last Rites for George Andrews Occur Friday
Funeral services will be held at Carroll's Mortuary Friday afternoon for George Andrews, retired farmer of Crocker Lake, who died in Port Townsend Tuesday evening, following a long illness. Mr. Andrews was brought to a home in the city Sunday from his Crocker Lake home. Mrs. Andrews passed away January 20.
In charge of the service will be Archdeacon F. W. Goodman of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and interment will be in Laurel Grove cemetery. Honorary pallbearers are E. M. Brown, Ed Griffiths, Hans Nelson, Ben Pettygrove, A. I. Smith, Howard Hill and Frank Smith, and the active pallbearers, E. A. Sims. John Schmocker, John Dyke, Percy Bowman, Harry Hurd and R. J. Young.
Mr. Andrews was born at Libertyville, Ill., July 7, 1875. He was married in 1908 at Tacoma to Flora Marianne Harold Harrison, and lived at the Crocker Lake home for 35 years.
Surviving children are Mrs. George McCleary and Mrs. C. A. Gillett of Port Townsend; Miss Kate A. Andrews of Seattle, Miss Marianne Andrews, Longview and George Andrews of Wenatchee. Five grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Thomas Bird of Seattle and a brother, William M. Andrews of Brinnon also survive.
Daisy Louisa Learned Andrews
25 June 1869 Port Townsend, WA - 25 November 1934 Seattle, WA
"EARLY RESIDENT DIED IN SEATTLE HOSPITAL NOVEMBER 25 "
Mrs. W. M. Andrews of Quilcene was Daughter of W.H.H. Learned
Mrs. William M. Andrews of Quilcene passed away at Swedish Hospital, Seattle, the evening of November 25, after an illness of three months duration. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.H. Learned and was born in Port Townsend June 25, 1869. She had been a resident of Jefferson County all her life.
Those left to mourn her loss are: Her husband, William M. Andrews; a son, Learned, and a daughter, Harriet, a teacher in Tacoma; a brother, A.F. Learned, postmaster at Port Ludlow, and a host of more distant relations and other friends.
Funeral services were conducted in Seattle, Wednesday afternoon of this week followed by cremation.
William Madison Andrews
28 October 1866 Bangor, ME - 5 January 1946 Port Townsend, WA
"W.M. Andrews, County Resident 70 years, dies"
William Madison Andrews, resident of Jefferson County about 70 years, died Saturday at St. John's Hospital. Death was due to pneumonia, although he had been ill with a heart ailment which confined him to the hospital off and on the past 10 months.
Old-timers remember Mr. Andrews as a country road supervisor and county commissioner. He constructed the first road built from Quilcene to Discovery Bay and from the head of the bay to Clallam County.
Funeral Services at Carroll's Mortuary were held Monday morning followed by cremation. The Rev. Robert Smith performed the ceremony and Mrs. E.J. Snyder played piano music.
Born in Maine October 23, 1866, Mr. Andrews came to Discovery Bay vicinity as a small boy. He engaged in farming on the well known Andrews farm at Crocker Lake. He was a brother of the late George Andrews.
In recent years Mr. Andrews lived with his son at Brinnon prior to the son's death a year ago. Survivors include a daughter, Harriet Bowman, a teacher in the Tacoma school system, and a sister, Mrs. Tom Bird of Seattle.
Helen Madeleine Andrews Bense Bird
4 June 1870 Thomaston, ME - 17 June 1955 Seattle, WA
Helen A. Bird Taken by Death
Helen Andrews Bird, 85, of Kent, member of a pioneer Jefferson County family, died Friday in a Seattle nursing home. Funeral services were held Tuesday in Renton, followed by burial in Auburn.
She was born in Thomasville, Me., the daughter of Danville and Abigail Andrews. The father came to Washington with the Army during the San Juan boundary dispute in 1856, and the family later homesteaded at the old Andrews farm in Leland valley in 1875.
Mrs. Bird lived at the farm until 1908 when she went to Seattle as a bride. She and her husband, Thomas A. Bird, a carpenter, moved to a Kent ranch in 1947 and he died in 1952.
Survivors include five nieces, Kate Andrews, Renton; Marianne Andrews, Olympia; Mrs. Ted Bowman, Tacoma; Mrs. Chester Gillett and Mrs. George McCleary, both of Port Townsend, and a nephew, George Andrews, Seattle.
George Andrews, Jr.
15 February 1917 Uncas, WA - 5 March 1985 Kirkland, WA
The first is the family written obituary:
Age 68. Born at Crocker Lake, Jefferson County, Wash. Beloved husband of Mary Lou. Father of Marianne Braden, Bremerton and Ruth Kay Andrews, Danbury, Conn. Brother of Madeleine Gillett, Marianne Andrews, Kate Andrews, and Leslie McCleary. Also, two grandchildren. Mr. Andrews was field supervisor of Dairy and Food Division of the State Dept. of Agriculture. He was a graduate of the School of Agriculture, Washington State University, Class of 1940. He was with the Washington State Dept. of Agriculture since 1943. He was active in the Seattle Men's Bowling Assn. for 20 years. Memorial service Friday, 3 p.m.
BLEITZ FUNERAL HOME
Remembrances to the Northeast King County Multiservice Center, 18220 96th NE, Bothell 98011.
The next three are articles from newspapers:
Service for George Andrews, supervisor in agriculture division
George Andrews, a longtime employee of the state Department of Agriculture, died Tuesday after suffering a heart attack. He was 68.
Andrews worked most recently as the field supervisor so the dairy and food division of the Agriculture Department. He had been with the department since 1943, three years after his graduation from Washington State University's School of Agriculture.
Charles "Archie" Hoke
Honolulu Advertiser, Feb. 11, 1984, B:3.
HOKE - Charles "Archie" Hoke, 74 of Honolul died Wednesday. He was born in Honolulu and was a retired civil engineer with the federal government. Friends may call 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. Services 1 p.m. Burial at Hawaiian Memorial Park . Aloha attire. Survived by sons, Charles and Randy, both of California, Vernie G. and Terry K., daughters, Bunny C. Gaines of Kauai and Leona C. Hoke; sisters, Mrs. Alice Mahaulu, Mrs. Adeline Amoy, Mrs. John (Helen) Among of Maui and Mrs. Mina Kaiuwailani; brothers, Woodrow of San Francisco, Steven and Arthur; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
George Andrews, 68, a longtime employee of the state Department of Agriculture and most recently field supervisor of the department's dairy and food division, after suffering a heart attack.
State aide George Andrews
George Andrews, 68, a member of the staff of the Washington State Department of Agriculture for 42 years, died Tuesday in a Kirkland hospital.
Mr. Andrews was born at Crocker Lake, in Jefferson County, and graduated in agriculture from Washington State College in 1940.
He joined the staff of the state Agriculture Department in 1943, and was serving as a field supervisor in the dairy and foods division of the agency at the time of his death.
He was active in the Seattle Men's Bowling Association for 20 years.