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Dawson City Mortuary Records, 1898-1938

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Source:  Mortuary records of J.A. Greene, Frank Lowe, Edwards and Winaut, and Alex Wark.

 

 
Name Description
GAGNER John; about 40 years old; Arsenic poisoning; St. Mary's Hospital; July 19, 1912; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at Eagle, Alaska; Charles Att
GALLAGHER Michael W.; 38 years old; Suicide by shooting; May 27, 1900; Dr. Richardson; Clement and T. A. Davis
GALPIN William, 75 years; England; steriasis of bowels, cancer, St.Marys Hospital; December 13, 1925, Dr.Thompson; funeral at Edwards Chapel; Richard Wilkinson; miner
GANDERSON William, 65 years; St.Neat's England; St. Mary's Hospital; Aug.22, 1937; public cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner; resided Hunker Creek
GARNETT J.; Typhoid fever; September 1, 1899; Dr. Thompson; C. C. McCaul
GASSMAN William F., 81 years; Stephen, Illinois; cancer of the mouth, St. Mary's Hospital; July 15, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; miner
GAUTHIER William; 48 years old; Hemorrhage of lungs; Log cabin Road house near Ogilvie; December 17, 1901; Dr. W. E. Thompson; Pioneer Hall; YOOP
GAVICA Andrew; 33 years old; Pneumonia; Good Samaritan Hospital; September 4, 1900; Dr. McDonald; St. Mary's Church; Gov't
GEOFFRAY Tom; 49 years old; Heart; Yukon River near Klondike River on raft; October, 1915; Coroner Telford; Funeral at Catholic Chapel; Estate; Miner
GEOFFROY Alphonse, 66 years; Three Rivers, Quebec; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; May 30, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour, R.C.Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
GEORGE William; 35 years old; Carbuncle; Good Samaritan Hospital; September 25, 1910; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at Chapel; DJ Cronin; Miner born in England
GESTAVISON Oscar, 55 years; Sweden; ?, north Bonanza; October 17, 1922, Coroner Police; funeral at E.W. Chapel; estate; miner
GIBETZ Dr. Edward P.; 42 years old; England; Pneumonia; Harper St. Hospital; December 22, 1900; Dr. Duncan; Greene's
GIDDES Joseph, 55 years; Scotland; heart, St.Marys Hospital; November 11, 1917, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; cook
GILBERT Mrs. Jessie; 38 years old; Cirrhosis of liver; October 3, 1905; Dr. Roberts; Greene's; Howard Pierce
GILLIS Alexander; 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
GILROY John, 57 years; New Zealand; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; July 26, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; wood cutter
GLENN Baby, 2 days; March 28, 1917; Dawson; ?, St.Marys Hospital; March 30, 1917, Dr.W.E. Thompson; funeral at chapel; John Glenn
GODMERRE Heart disease; # 10 below All Gold Creek; April 24, 1902; Dr. Lachapelle; St. Mary's ; Sister Superior
GOHEEN Guyneata; 11 months 8 days old; May 23, 1902 ; Daughter of Mr and Mrs Guy Goheen of Hunker Creek; # 19 opposite Hydraulic Co.
GOLDWORTHY Adam; Heart failure (burned to death); Raindeer Roadhouse; January 14, 1904; Dr. Edwards; Yukon Gov't
GONNICKSON Chris; 39 years old; Denmark, lived in San Jose, Cal.; Heart disease; Klondike City; May 30, 1901; Coroner; Pioneer Hall; Shipped to Seattle then San Jose, Cal.
GORDON Archibald A., 70 years; St.Louis, W.S.; apoplisey, St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.22, 1930, Dr.W.E. Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Mrs. Dona Dubois; article attached
GORDT Peter; 75 years old; Tally-Ito Roadhouse # 46 below Bonanza; November 5, 1903; Coroner; St. Mary's; Yukon Gov't
GOSSELIN Francois X.; Dawson; heart, Yukonia Hotel; May 28, 1916, Coroner Telford; funeral at St.Marys Church; public administration; lawyer; attached clipping
GOUDREAU Albert, 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
GRAHAM Joseph; 66 years old; Heart disease; Good Samaritan Hospital; November 20, 1914; Dr. Culbertson; Funeral at Chapel; Public Administrator; Miner
GRAHAM Thomas; 63 years old; General debility; Good Samaritan Hospital; September 14, 1913; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at Chapel; Barnes and Pioneers; Miner
GRANDAHL Severia; 32 years old; Tumour of brain; Gold Bottom; January 23, 1906; Dr. A. Thompson; J. F. Pattan
GRANT John; Perforation of stomach; Good Samaritan Hospital; September 18, 1913; Dr. Culbertson; Funeral at Chapel; Public Administration; Miner
GRANT James, 72 years; June 22, 1951, Scotland; old age, home, 2nd Avenue; November 9, 1922, Dr.Thompson; funeral at St.Andrews Church; estate; painter
GRANT John, 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
GRANT Mrs. Mary, 43 years; ?, St.Marys Hospital; December 27, 1921, Dr.Chipman; funeral at St.Marys Chapel; family; house wife
GRAPINEAU William, 48 years; German; cancer of stomach, St.Marys Hospital; April 10, 1918, W.E. Thompson; funeral at chapel; E.Shink; laborer
GRARBER Norman; 41 years old; Appendicitis; Good Samaritan Hospital; April 3, 1908; Dr. Catts; Funeral at St. Mary's Church; Mr. Doby and Dr. Catts; Livery man
GREGOIRE Sadie; 21 years 5 months old; St. Mary's Hospital; May 18, 1902; Dr. Barrett; St. Mary's; Telesphora Gregoire
GREY James; 58 years old; Heart disease; # 18 below Bear Creek; July 22, 1906; Coroner Douglas; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
GRIFFITH Rose; 49 years old; Cancer of breast; Good Samaritan Hospital; December 22, 1908; Dr. Catts; Funeral at Chapel; J. C. Griffith
GRIFFITHS Griffith; 40 years old; Pneumonia; Good Samaritan Hospital; January 8, 1901; Dr. Alfred Thompson; Presbyterian Church; Dept. of the Interior
GSCHWINDT John; 29 years old; Germany, came here from USA; Ptomaine poisoning; Cabin near Klondike Bridge; March 7, 1901; Coroner Scarth; Greene's ; Public Admin.
GUDBRANSON Soyver; 50 years old; Locomotor ataxia; Good Samaritan Hospital; June 6, 1914; Dr. Culbertson; Funeral at Chapel; Public Administrator Miner
GUERRIN Maurice; Injuries sustained in fall down shaft; St Mary's Hospital; December 2, 1914; Dr. Chipman; Funeral at Catholic Chapel
GUILDS Sarah E.; 58 years 3 months old; Cancer of breast; August 19, 1906; Dr. Roberts; Methodist Church; Wife of Richard Guilds
GUILLFORD John, 48 years; USA; ?, Max Tilyor 3rd Avenue; March 9, 1923, Coroner; funeral at E.W. Chapel; restaurant keeper
GUILMET Emil, 70 years; French Canadian; burned to death in cabin, Ready Bullion Creek; Yukon Gov't; miner
GUSTAVSON G. C.; 54 years old; St. Mary's Hospital; May 25, 1915; Funeral at Presbyterian Church; F.O.E.
GUSTAVSON C. E.; 25 years old; Sweden; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; January 3, 1901; Dr. Macfarlane; Methodist Church; Yukon Gov't and Odd Fellows
GUSTAVSON Gustone; 41 years old; Consumption of intestines; March 11, 1900; Dr. McDonald; Gov't
GUSTNI Alfred; 47 years old; Minniapolis, Minn.; Aeutr Nephritis; June 5, 1899; Dr. Edwards; Public Admin.
HAALAND Silius J., 61 years; Norway; Quartz Creek; Feb.1935, Dr.Neil Thompson; Edwards Chapel, Hillside Cemetery; brother; miner
HACKNEY Samuel; 65 years or 68 years old; St. Mary's Hospital; March 25, 1912; Dr. Culbertson; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Cook
HAHLUNICK Henry, 38 years old; Accident; Victoria Gulch; May 6, 1908; Coroner Douglas; Funeral at Chapel; Administrator; Miner
HALE Frank, 63 years; England; heart, cabin next to IOOF Hall; November 24, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Christian Science Hall; Oddfellows; contractor
HALKETT Duncan, 67 years; Scotland; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.6, 1936; Yukon Gov't; Miner
HALLAND Charles E.; 49 years old; Drowned, Yukon River of barracks; September 5, 1911; Coroner; Funeral at Chapel; Estate; Farmer
HALSTED M., 70 years; Norway; St. Mary's Hospital; Aug.29, 1936, Dr.Nunn; chapel; estate; miner; resided Hunker Creek
HAMILTON R. P.; 30 years old; Lockjaw; Hunker Creek at Gold Bottom; December 19, 1903; Dr. McCallum; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't; Formerly member of NWMP
HAMMOND J. S.; 53 years old; Gastritis; Good Samaritan Hospital; April 9, 1911; Dr. Catts; Funeral at Chapel; W. E. Dunham; Miner
HANNA Joseph, 69 years; Ireland; Rheumatism, St. Mary's Hospital; March 29, 1930, Dr.Rogers; St.Paul's Church, YOOP Cemetery; J.H. Wheeler; merchant; article attached
HANSEN Natta; 47 years old; Cancer of uterus; Good Samaritan Hospital; December 14, 1906; Dr. Catto Ellingson
HANZEL Joseph, alias Joseph Lent; Fell off raft of logs, drowned in Yukon; August 24, 1907; Coroner; No Funeral; Yukon Gov't
HARDY Edward; 48 years old; Suicide poisoning; Dugas St. and 9th Ave.; October 5, 1905; Coroner Douglas; Yukon Gov't
HARMAN T.; 45 years old; Paralysis; St. Mary Hospital; October 3, 1903; Dr. Barrett; St. Mary's; Yukon gov't
HARMS Matthias, 49 years; Germany; heart, Eldorado Creek; April 24, 1920, Coroner; funeral at chapel; Mrs. Harms; miner
HARPER Lucy; 30 years old; Tuberculosis; Good Samaritan Hospital; December 21, 1910; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at Moosehide; Henry Harper; Yukon Gov't
HARPER Sarah Mrs.; Moosehide; heart trouble, Moosehide; Dec.5, 1929, Dr.Rogers; Moosehide Cemetery; Indian agent and husband; housewife
HARREL Frank, 66 years; USA; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.4, 1926, Dr.LaChapelle; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; painter
HARRINGTON John, 70 years; New Brunswick; St. Mary's Hospital; Jan.7, 1937, Dr.Duncan; St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't
HARRINGTON W.A., 68 years; ?, St.Marys Hospital; October 28, 1916, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at St.Pauls Church; W. Harrington (son); merchant
HART Jules Gusie Andrew, 60 years; Scotland, May 21, 1861; heart, Firehall; January 24, 1921, Dr.Chipman; funeral at St.Pauls Church; C.R. Settlemen; fire chief
HARTMAN Mrs Sarah R.; Apoplexy; French Hill; August 17, 1906; Dr. Mcleod; St. Andrew's ; Wife of J. J. Hartman (post master)
HARTNETT John Patrick, 28 years; drowning; Sept.7, 1936; chapel, Police Cemetery; Police Department; policeman
HAYWOOD Henry or Edward, 75 years; old age, 80 first Hunker Creek; July 28, 1922, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at Edwards and Winant Chapel; Yukon Territory; Miner
HEATER Jerry; 34 years old; West Van. USA; Pneumonia (brain fever); St. Mary's Hospital; April 16, 1901; Dr. Cassels; Greene's; C. Eaton
HEDGE Frank Marcus, 71 years; USA; cancer of throat, St. Mary's Hospital; March 27, 1929, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; barber
HEFSTAD K.K.; March 8, 1899; Public Admin.
HENLEY George, 64 years; pneumonia, St.Marys Hospital; Decembre 25, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Yukon Territory
HERBERT John; 36 years old; Miners injuries; St. Mary's Hospital; July 13, 1906; St. Mary's ; Yukon Gov't
HERBERT John Baptist; 39 years old; Killed, crushed under sled, North Fork; March 3, 191?; Coroner Telford; Funeral at Catholic Church; Dave; Teamster
HERMANSEN Caestance Baby; 2 months old; 410 3rd Ave Norhh; November 19, 1911; Dr. Catts; Funeral at home ; Carl Hermansen (father)
HERON John, 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
HERRON Thomas S.; 28 years old; Embolism; Strathcoma Road House # 18 below Bonanza; May 25, 1903; Dr. Elliott; Shipped to Ontario; Public Admin.; Family at Windham Centre, Ont.
HICKS Jeanie, 42 years; November 4, 1876, Scotland; cerebral embolism, Good Samaritan Hospital; April 1, 1918, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at St.Andrews Church; Frank Hicks; left baby girl 12 days old
HIGGINS Geo. B.; 39 years old; Typhoid fever; October 4, 1899; Dr. Cassels; Abe Ritzmaller
HILL E.J.; 43 years old; # 57 Upper Bonanza; March 28, 1904; Dr. Forsyth; Shipped to Fresno, Calf.; Frank R. Burney
HILL Ellen M.; 14 years old 1 month 13 days old; Scarlet fever; 8th Ave. between Dugas and Craig; July 19, 1902; Dr. Catto; City of Dawson; Child of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hill
HILL Charles Frazer, 58 years; England; ?, St.Marys Hospital; May 17, 1924, Dr.Thompson; funeral at St.Pauls Church; Pioneers; miner
HILL Fred; 62 years old; Paralysis; Good Samaritan Hospital; September 26, 1915; Dr. Thompson; Funeral at Chapel; Friends and Mrs. Bell; Sailor
HILTON-GREEN Marian; 38 years old; Acute bright's following operation; Good Samaritan Hospital; September 23, 1915; Dr. Chipman; Funeral at St. Paul's Church; J. Block; Maid
HINDLEY Thomas; 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
HINDSON John H., 66 years; England; ?, St.Marys Hospital; November 7, 1921, Dr.Chipman; funeral at Presbyterian Church; estate; miner
HOLDEN H. D.; 45 years old; Peritonitis; St. Mary's Hospital; July 20, 1913; Dr. Culbertson; Funeral at Methodist; Eagle; Teamster
HOLDER Jos.; 55 years old; Drift; # 9 above Hunker; May 1905; Coroner Routledge; Greene's; Mr. Clazy
HOLLENBECK Mrs. J.E., 57 years; Salt Lake, USA; Carumona of bowels, St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.28, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; J.Hollenbeck (husband); article attached
HOLLENBECK John E., 75 years; Ontario; St. Mary's Hospital; July 6, 1936, Dr.Nunn; The Chapel; Eagle Lodge; hotel keeper
HOLMES Sergt.; 39 years old; Forty Mile Post; January 12, 1905; Coroner Douglas; RNWMP
HOPKIUS Fred; Suicide by shooting in head; Golden Eagle Saloon; October 10, 1908; Coroner Douglas; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; Miner
HOURIE Thomas; 51 years old; Pneumonia; Good Samaritan Hospital; December 3, 1908; Dr. Catts; Funeral at Chapel; Friends, D. J. Cronie; Miner
HOWA George; 52 years old; Vascular heart trouble; Good Samaritan Hospital; August 6, 1904; Dr. Cassels; Greene's ; Gov't
HUFF Henry James, 55 years; England; heart failure, Principal Hotel; June 11, 1934, Dr.H.J. Nunn; St.Pauls Church, Masonic Cemetery; public admin.; janitor
HUGES Chister W.; 19 years old 10 months; Pulmonary tuberculosis; May 17, 1899; Dr. Cassels; Shipped to Seattle; Mr. Huges (father)
HUGES Infant; April 17, 1900; Mrs. Huges (mother)
HULL Frank, 39 years; England; St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.4, 1926, Hillside Cemetery; public admin.; miner
HUME Jeanette, 14 years; Deadeask Lake, YT; tuberculosis, St. Mary's Hospital; May 10, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't
HUME Christian, 36 years; March 4,5, 1883; child birth, St.Marys Hospital; March 27, 1919, Dr.Thompson; funeral at chapel; Sam Hume
HUMES Mrs. Dave, 24 years; Champagne, YT; St. Mary's Hospital; Nov.16, 1935, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour; husband
HUMPHREYS Maarion; 45 years old; Cerebral hemorrhage; Good Samaritan Hospital; February at Chapel; Estate; Hotel keeper
HUNT Joshua D., 73 years; heart trouble, Steamer Whitehorse; Sept. 6, 1933, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, YOOP Cemetery; J. Asyleus; miner; article attached
HUNTER Geo. Cal.; December 21, 1898; Mrs. Hunter; * see below
HUNTER Geo. Cal.; Exhumed remains also remains on baby and sent to Georgia; June 20, 1901
HUNTER Harry; 34 years old; Pneumonia; Good Samaritan Hospital; October 12, 1900; Dr. MacDonald; Gov't
HUNTER Joseph; 28 days old; Caught in machinery; # 23 above Bonanza; August 20, 1902; Coroner Howard; Seattle; Reliance Mining Co.
HUTTON Joseph M.; 50 years old; Gastritis; Good Samaritan Hospital; May 27, 1907; Dr. Catto; Presbyterian Church; J. L. Yaule
HUTTON Joseph; 50 years old; Gasstritis; good Samaritan Hospital; May 27, 1907; Dr. Catts; Funeral at St. Andrew's Church; Estate, T. C. Youle (nephew); Hotel man; Indian Boy; Good Samaritan Hospital; August 3, 1914; Funeral at Moosehide; Y.I.A.
IBBOTSON Stanley; 20 years old; Consumption; Good Samaritan Hospital; May 29, 1905; Dr. Catto; Greene's ; Uncle
ILIOHAN Martin; 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.
IMAMEURA Nabol; 6 months old; Convulsions; November 17, 1901; Dr. Sutherland; Greene's; Son of Mr. and Mrs. Imameura (Japanese)
INDIAN Alexander; 60 or 65 years old; Enteritis; Good Samaritan Hospital; May 31, 1901; Dr. A. G. MacDonald; Moosehide; Yukon Gov't
INDIAN Charley; 20 years old; Consumption; Good Samaritan Hospital; May 24, 1906; Dr. Robertson; Yukon Gov't
INDIAN William; Acute phthisis; Good Samaritan Hospital; August 31, 1902; Dr. Macfarlane; Moosehide
INDIAN Alfred, 60 years; Selkirk, YT; Skin disease, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept.11, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Moosehide Cemetery; Indian Affairs
INGRAM Charles; 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
INKSTER William, 64 years; ?, St.Marys Hospital; July 13, 1925, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at Edwards Chapel; territory; carpenter
INSLEY Robert, 60 years; England; epilepsy, Cottage on King Street; April 9, 1923, Coroner; funeral at E.W.Chapel; government; miner
IRVINE Samuel, 78 years; Waichestic, Ont.; heart trouble, St. Mary's Hospital; April 30, 1932, YOOP Cemetery; miner; Husband of Mary Irvine; article attached
IRVING Marjorie; 6 years old; Accidental gun shot; Hunker creek; May 4, 1914; Dr. Clulbertson; Funeral at Presbyterian Church, body shipped st Selma, CA; Mr. J. Irving
ISAAC Chief, about 70 years; Moosehide; influenza, St. Mary's Hospital; April 9, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Moosehide Cemetery; Indian agent and friends; Indian Chief
ISAAC Edward; 14 years old; Consumption; Good Samaritan Hospital; August 12, 1906; Moosehide; Yukon Gov't; Son of Chief Isaac
ISOW Mrs. Lena H. C.; 32 years old; Typhoid fever; July 16, 1900; Dr. Cassels; Shipped to Chicago, Ill. USA

 



 


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