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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
JACKSON Margaret; 11 years old; General tuberculosis; 2nd Ave between Albert; august 14, 1909; Dr. Barrett; funeral at grave; James Jackson (father); Indian
JACKSON Egbert, 74 years; New Brunswick; carcemenia of the bowels, St. Mary's Hospital; Nov.26, 1934, Dr.N.Stewart; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; public admin.; mail contractor
JACKSON Infant; July 27, 1937; Dept. of Indian Affairs
JACOB Leopold, 58 years; St.Slanislas, Quebec; St. Mary's Hospital; Feb. 1, 1937; Catholic Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and friends; labourer
JAMES Samuel; 56 years old; San Bornadina, Cal.; Apoplexy; Corner of 6th and Harper St.; March 15, 1901; Dr. Bourker; Greene's; Public Admin.
JAMES Percy, 26 years; Peel River; murdered, gunshop, West Dawson Jap. Fox Ranch buried; June 24, 1917 about, Coroner Telford; funeral at Moosehide; Indian Affairs; buried with 3 dogs when found
JAMIESON Mary Mrs.; 39 years old; Heart disease; # 12 below Gold Run; October 15, 1902; Dr. W. H. Lambert; Wife of Chas A. Jamieson; Shipped to Brainard, Minn.
JEANIE Indian; 13 years old; Acute meningitis; Good Samaritan Hospital; June 28, 1912; Dr. Culbertson; No funeral; Taken away by Mr. Whitehouse
JEANOTTE H.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
JINKENS William, 39 years; general debility, Klondike City Hotel; May 3, 1909, Coroner Harrigan; no funeral; Y.T.; labourer
JOHANSON Johan F.; heart failure, Grand Forks; Dec.28, 1934, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Undertakers Parlour; public admin.; miner
JOHN Sister Mary (Damascene); -listed under DAMASCENE
JOHNSON Charles F., 59 years; Stockholm, Sweden; cancer, St. Mary's Hospital; May 14, 1935, Dr.H.J. Nunn; estate; hostel keeper
JOHNSON Alfred, 60 years; Sweden; heart, Good Samaritan Hospital; June 25, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory miner
JOHNSON Baby, 2 hours; blue baby, Mrs. Osborne on King Street; July 17,1912, Dr. Thopmson; funeral at "evening"; John Oscar Johnson
JOHNSON Peter J., 48 years; suicide by explosion dynamite, hill back of Sprague Farm; September 28, 1911 (about), Coroner Harrigan; no feuneral; Y.T.; labourer
JOHNSON Infant; Stillborn; December 12, 1901; Dr. Cassels; Greene's
JOHNSON James G.; 45 years old; Frozen; Glacier Miller Trail; February 10, 1905; Coroner Douglas; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
JOHNSON O. H.; alias Al Younger; 35 years old; Michigan, USA; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; February 10, 1901; Dr. Cassels; Greene's; Jerry N. Heater (executor)
JOHNSON Otto; 23 years old; Typhoid fever; St. Mary's Hospital; December 16, 1900; Dr. Aepworth; Greene's ; A. O. Johnson
JOHNSON Peter; 48 years old; Pneumonia; St. Mary's Hospital; October 28, 1900; Dr. Sutherland; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
JOHNSTON Andrew S., 48 years; alcoholic poisoning, Original Saloon; January 26, 1910; funeral at chapel; Y.T.; miner
JOHNSTON Christopher C., 32 years; accident of mine, Quartz Creek; September 10, 1909, Coroner Harrigan; no funeral, shipment October 5, 1909; J.G. Johnson; miner
JOHNSTONE Baby, 2 days; debility, S.A. Barracks; June 22, 1909, Dr.Catts; funeral at grave; G.S. Johnstone (father), S.A.Army
JOISE Austin; 45 years old; Good Samaritan Hospital ; September 19, 1903; Dr. Roberts; Gov't
JONAS Boy, 18 years; Moosehide; tuberculosis, Moosehide; Dec.12, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Moosehide Cemetery; Dept.Indian Affairs; son of William Jonas
JONAS Infant, 8 months; Moosehide; tuberculosis, Moosehide; Jan.22, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Moosehide Cemetery; Dept. of Indian Affairs
JONAS Child; Moosehide; St. Mary's Hospital; June 11, 1934, Dr.H.J. Nunn; Moosehide Cemetery; Dept. of Indian Affairs
JONES Benjamin, 69 years; North Wales; St. Mary's Hospital; March 17, 1933, Dr.Nunn; St.Pauls Church, Hillside Cemetery; IOOF; teamster
JONES Enos, 59 years; England; St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.2, 1937; Chapel; Yukon Gov't; miner
JONES J. G.; 48 years old; Typhoid and disease of liver; Good Samaritan Hospital; July 29, 1904; Dr. Catto; Gov't
JONES Jean Douglas, 6 years; February 25, 1913; accident burns, St.Marys Hospital; May 15, 1919, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at St.Andrews; M.H. Jones
JONES Munroe, 65 years; Dawson; heart failure, St.Marys Hospital; November 7, 1916, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at St.Marys Cathedral; estate laborer
JOSA Eson, 35 years; heart trouble, Good Samaritan Hospital; January 4, 1909, Dr. Thompson; funeral at Moosehide; Indian Affairs, Y.T.; (Indian)
JOSLIN W.C., about 70; USA; heart failure, Bonanza; February 6, 1926, Dr.Thompson; funeral at undertaking parlor; public; miner
JOSWALCH Emily, 23 years; scarlet fever, Mrs. Barnes House; March 29, 1913, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at grave; public administrator
JOYAL Elie, 64 years; Quebec; paralysis, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept. 19, 1929, Dr.H.E.E. Rogers; Edward's Chapel, Hillside Cemetery; public admin.; miner
JOYAL Philip, 57 years, born 1859-Quebec; paralysis, Good Sam. Hospital; December 27, 1916, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Chapel; E.F. Joyal; miner
JUNEAU Joseph; May 14, 1899; Exhumed and sent to Juneau, Alaska, July 28, 1903; W.P.Y. Route; Juneau, Alaska named after
KAAKINEN Aino Ida; 11 months old; Pernicious malarial fever; Craig St. Near D.E.L. and P. Co.; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kaakinen
KALKER Moses; Moosehide; Feb.1932; Indian Agent
KANE Jos.; Suicide; Fairview Hotel; August 28, 1905; Yukon Gov't
KANTASCHAR Rudolf; 22 years old; Austria; Suicide by shooting; Moosehide Dome; About June 25, 1906; Coroner Wroughton; Yukon Gov't
KAPLIN Harry; 30 years old; Burned; Donavan Hotel; September 24, 1904; Coroner Douglas; Yukon Gov't
KASS Johonoha, Baby, 6 months; debility, home 5th Ave North; April 21, 1912, Dr.Thompson; funeral at chapel; Frank Kass (father)
KATE Fred, 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
KAUKARANTA Henry (Heikki), 22 years; perionitis, St.Mary's Hospital; July 8, 1910, Dr. Thompson; no funeral; Y.T.; labourer; clipping attached
KAVELZKI Joseph W., 50 years; Poland; found body on floor, rooms over store-3rd Avenue; March 29, 1921, Captain Telford; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Eagles; harness maker
KEARNEY Daniel, 75 years; Donegal, Ireland; debility, St.Marys Hospital; June 19, 1919, Dr.Thompson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Mary Kearney (wife); merchant
KEARNEY Mary Anne, 75 years; Glensfall, New York; cancer of stomach, St. Mary's Hospital; Feb.4, 1931, Dr.W.E.Thompson; St. Mary's Hospital, R.C. Cemetery; public admin.; housewife; article attached
KEENAN Vincent J.; 30 years old; Consumption; St. Mary's Hospital; May 13, 1907; Dr. Barrett; Henry Macanly
KELLEY John, 41 years; fell from cliff; May 30, 1914, Coroner Telford; funeral at Catholic Church; Jim Brownly
KELLY Elizabeth, 48 years; ?, Jackson Gulch; April 26, 1911, Dr. Catts; funeral at chapel; Michael Kelly
KELLY H. Michael, 46 years; brights, St.Mary's Hospital; October 13, 1915, Dr. Culbertson; funeral at St.Marys Church; F.O.E.
KELLY James, 42 years; both feet taken off, run over by a train, 23 below Bonanza,; Good Samaritan Hospital; August 12, 1912, Dr.Thompson; funeral at grave; estate; labourer
KELLY Joseph 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
KELLY Philip Kelly, 61 years; Seattle, Wash.; heart failure, Dawson Curling Club; Nov.28, 1934, Dr.N.A.Stewart; St. Mary's Hospital; Eagles and Mrs. Jeckyelle; mining recorder
KELTON Jimmie; 11 months old; Duke St. and 6th Ave.; May 22, 1903; Dr. Catto; Hillside Cemetery; Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kelton
KENNAN Vincent Joseph, 30 years; consumption, St.Marys Hospital; May13, 1907, Dr. Barrett; funeral at St.Marys Church; H.F. Mocauley; bookkeeper
KENNEDY George, 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
KENNEDY John Archie, 59 years; January 6, 1858; ?, Green Tree Hotel; November 10, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Catholic Chapel; Duncan Kennedy; miner
KENNNEDY Duncan, 66 years; Glengary, Ont.; carcimona, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept.4, 1927, Dr.LaChapelle; St. Mary's Church, R.C.Cemetary; public admin.; labourer
KENUETS Annie; Moosehide; Moosehide; Feb.28, 1931; Moosehide Cemetery; Indian and agent and husband
KILCZEWSKI Iquaca; 36 years old; Poland; Died in operation; St. Mary's Hospital; July 30, 1904; Dr. Barrett; Joseph Aushrot
KINCAID George, 36 years; overdose morphine, Steamer Prospector; October 15, 1907, Coroner Douglas and Dr. Thompson; Funeral at chapel; Jos. H. Bell; carpenter
KINGSLEY Mary S.; 36 years old; Peritonitis; Grand Forks; January 9, 1907; Dr. Catto; Wife of John Kingsley
KINNON Hugh M.; 60 years old; Heart disease; 7th Ave. near Church St.; December 12, 1903; Presbyterian Church; M. Cougdon
KIOGH William; 57 years old ; Dropsy; St. Mary's Hospital; December 2, 1902; Dr. Thompson; St. Mary's ; Thos. Chisholm
KIRK Alexandria Maria, 71 years 4 months; Nova Scotia; cancer of the stomach, her home on 5th Ave.; May 27, 1935, Dr. H.J. Nunn; estate; boarding house Manageress
KLEIN John, 91 years; Germany; uremia, St. Mary's Hospital; Nov.7, 1930, Dr.Rogers; Undertakers Parlour; Yukon Gov't; labourer
KLEIN Jacob; 47 years old; Suicide by shooting; 6th Ave. near Duke St.; July 9, 1903; Coroner Wroughton; Greene's; Mrs. Ellan Klein
KNAPP Infant; Dawson; stillborn, St. Mary's Hospital; Dec.9, 1933, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Hillside Cemetery; Thorne Knapp (father)
KNAUS Frederick; Germany; suicide by gunshot wounds, A.Fournier Ranch; Aug 21, 1931, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; wood chopper
KNOX Maria Mrs.; 33 years old; Good Samaritan Hospital; June 7, 1902; Dr. Cassels; Wife of William Knox from Mt. Vernon, WA
KOSLER Arthur James; 11 months old; Urenic convulsions; 215 7th Ave. South; December 17, 1906; Dr. Roberts; Child of Mr and Mrs. D. G. Kosler
KRABEL Infant; December, 1900; Sending remains to Seattle
KRALE Annie, 26 years; albumen, Bonanza; February 14, 1966, Dr.McLeod; no funeral; Herman Krale (husband)
KRAMER Henry, 62 years; January 23, 1915, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Dan Coats
KROGS Andrew; no other info.
KROLL Annie; 26 years 6 months 24 days old; Albuminuria; # 22 above Bonanza; February 14, 1906; Dr. McLeod
KRONAU Paul, 76 years; Switzerland; heart trouble, Quartz Creek; April 3, 1924, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at chapel; Territory; miner
KRONQUIST Alfred J.; 35 years old; Wisconsin; Cave in of earth in drift; # 46 below Bonanza; Coroner Routleldge; Methodist Church; D. B. Olsen
LABBE Edgan; 22 years old; Killed by cave in; # 15 eldorado; July 22, 1900; Coroner Routledge; St. Mary's Church; J. L. Labbe
LABBIE Infant ; Inanition; March 11, 1904; Dr. Cassels; Yukon Gov't
LABELLE Edward; Hung by Sheriff Eilbeck with Fournier for murder; January 20, 1903; Coroner Taylor; St. Mary's ; Auguste Noel
LABELLE Auguste, 76 years; Quebec; liver, St.Marys Hospital; October 17, 1922, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at St.Marys Chapel; Henri Leprine; miner
LABRIEUX Max, 75 years; Quebec; heart failure, Rystogis Cafe; July 22, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; woodchopper
LACERTE Aime, 63 years; French-Canadian; natural causes, St.Marys Hospital; July 12, 1919, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at St.Marys Chapel; public; miner
LACHENAL Joseph, 70 years; heart failure, St.Marys Hospital; December 3, 1914, Dr. LaChapelle; funeral at Catholic Chapel; public administration
LACOSTE Capt. 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
LADUE Rachel, 3 years; Fort Selkirk; menigitis; Dr.H.J. Nunn; Dept. of Indian Affairs; child of Joe Ladue
LAMOUCHE Benjamin, 60 years; cerebral hemorhage, St.Marys Hospital; February 12, 1914, Dr. LaChapelle; funeral at Catholic Church; public administration
LANDEWALL Fred, 65 years; Dawson; March 18, 1937; Winaut's Chapel, Public Cemetery; Yukon Gov't; miner
LANDREGON John Q., 62 years; stomach trouble, St.Marys Hospital; September 9, 1909, Dr.Catts; funeral at chapel; J.P. Guite; engineer
LAPORTE Joseph, 35 years; killed by caved in gravel, Gay Gulch 36 Eldorado; April 12, 1908, Coroner Douglas; funeral at Catolic Chapel; Fraternal Order Eagles; miner from Quebec
LAPP William, 35 years; heart failure, Yukon Hotel; February 3, 1911, Coroner; funeral at grave; Y.T.
LARSEN Peter; 37 years old; Diabetes; St. Mary's Hospital; May 13, 1901; Dr. Thompson; Greene's ; Yukon Gov't
LAUDAHL Gustave, 52 years; suicide, North Fork of Klondike River; May 13, 1911, Coroner Harrigan; funeral at chapel; O.P. Knudson and friends; hunter and trapper
LAUG Louis; 35 years old; Inflammation of bowels; #45 below Sulphur; December 4, 1907; No funeral; Yukon Gov't; (Russian)
LAUGDON Frank; 44 years old; Las Angles, CA; Syphilis; St. Mary's Hospital; May 13, 1901; Dr. Cassels; St. Mary's; Yukon Gov't
LAUMEISTER Agnes Elizabeth, about 55 years; Campletown, N.B.; heart failure, Harper St.; May 1930, Dr.Rogers; White Pass and yukon Route; housewife
LAUMEISTER John p., 68 years; German; pneumonia, St.Marys Hospital; January 6, 1918, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Chapel; Chas. Laumeister; estate
LAUREURER Geo. Edwin; November 5, 1898; N. H. Laureurer
LAVOIE Joseph; 29 years old; Consumption; St. Mary's Hospital; November 29, 1900; Dr. Lachapelle; St. Mary's Church; Yukon Gov't
LAWSON William, 49 years; USA; bullet in head, attempt suicide, Good Sam. Hospital; November 13, 1917, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at chapel; Yukon Territory; janitor
LAWSON William 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
LE ROUX Zoteque, 68 years; Valleyfield, PQ; myo cardiac, on highway between Bear Creek and Guggieville; May 16, 1935, Dr.H.J.Nunn; Yukon Gov't; unemployed
LEBLANC Frank; 38 years old; Drowned; Klondike Bridge; May 6, 1902; St. Mary's; Eagles; Body found 19 miles South of Eagle, Alaska
LECHASSEUR Michael, 30 years; Susseville, Rimouski, Quebec; nynonephritis, St. Mary's Hospital; Sept.6, 1932, Dr. Nunn; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; public admin.; wood cutter
LECLAIR Gabriel; 60 years old; Operation; St. Mary's Hospital; February 1, 1903; Dr. Barrett; St. Mary's; A. Prudhomme
LEDUC Mrs. Sophia, 73 years; Quebec; 7th Ave.; Oct.21, 1928, Dr.Thompson; Undertakers Parlour, R.C. Cemetery; Severn Beulieu; housekeeper
LEDVRIN Mary Sister, 27 years (Lidwin); tuberculosis, St.Marys Hospital; September 20, 1909, Dr.Barrett; funeral at St.Marys Church; no charge; Sister of St.Anne
LEE Thomas; Ptomaine poisoning; Great Northern Hotel; August 29, 1906; Dr. A. Thompson; Yukon Gov't
LEFEVBOE J.B., 61 years; Quebec; heart disease, Clear Creek; Dec.2, 1931, Dr.Nunn; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; rancher
LEHTI Matthew; 35 years old; Fell down shaft on Dominion Creek; St. Mary's Hospital; September 20, 1930; Dr. Lachapelle; Yukon Gov't
LEITCH Robert, 66 years; heart failure, head of Victoria Gulch; June 30, 1920, Coroner Telford; funeral at Presbyterian Church; Oddfellows paid; miner
LEMIEUX Joseph, 62 years; St.Henri, Quebec; cancer, St. Mary's Hospital; Oct.22, 1937, Dr.Duncan; St. Mary's Church, R.C. Cemetery; A.Fillion and Eagles; miner
LENNON Marie Eldorado; 8 years old; Spinal Meningitis; St. Mary's Hospital; October 8, 1906; Dr. Barrett; Shipped to Seattle; Child of Mr. and Mrs. John Lennon
LEO Charles 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
LEO Thomas, 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
LEPLANT L., 50 years; heart failure, ?; March 4, 1912, Coroner Telford; funeral at Catholic Church; Y.T.; teamster
LEPREUX Ellen; 3 months; General debility; January 17, 1902; Dr. Barrett; St. Mary's ; Child of Mr. and Mrs. Reue Lepreux
LEVY William; 46 years old; Cave in in drift; # 22 below Hunker; January 10, 1901; Coroner Routledge; Methodist Church ; Yukon Gov't
LILIS F. F.; 40 years old; Cerebral softening; Good Samaritan Hospital; May 31, 1905; Dr. Catto; Masonic Lodge
LILLY Francis, 46 years; heart and kidney, Good Samaritan Hospital; March 9, 1908, Dr.Catts; funeral at Presbyterian Church; J.E.Lilly, brother; maiden
LILLY J.E., 51 years; heart, over store 3rd Avenue; August 24, 1912, Dr.Culbertson; funeral at Presbyterian Church; his estate; merchant
LINDSAY Joseph, 57 years; St.John, New Brunswick; heart, on road to hospital; July 11, 1921, Dr.Chipman; funeral at chapel; Wm. Lindsay; miner
LINDSEY J. T. (Scott); 33 years old; Pneumonia; February 21, 1900; Dr. Cassels; Pioneer Hall; A.C. Co.
LINEHAM Maurice, 72 years; August 4, 1847; natural causes, 30 pup Hunker Creek; December 24, 1919, Coroner Telford; funeral at grave; Yukon Territory; miner
LINSTEAD Julins, 58 years; broncho-pneumonia, St.Marys Hospital; June 12, 1920, Dr.Culbertson funeral at St.Pauls Church; estate; miner
LIPPY Randolph Percival; 4 years 9 months 16 days old; Forty Mile; August 1896; Examining remains and shipping to Seattle
LLOYD J.L., 81 years; Cornwall, England; St. Mary's Hospital; April 12, 1933, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, YOOP Cemetery; Yukon Gov't and YOOP; miner
LOJAW Lottie; 60 years old; 4th Ave. opp. Artic Brotherhood Hall; January 14, 1905; Coroner Routledge; Greene's; Yukon Gov't
LOLANCETTE Joseph, 53 years; French Canadian; pneumonia, St.Marys Hospital; December 23, 1917, Dr.LaChapelle; funeral at Catholic Chapel; estate; wood chopper
LORAUGES Emila; 20 years old; Breast cancer; St. Mary's Hospital; June 14, 1904; Dr. Edwards; St. Mary's Church; Gov't
LORD Lana, 10 years; Old Crow; Brain trouble, tuberculosis, St. Mary's Hospital; April 16, 1932, Dr.Nunn; Undertakers Parlour, Hillside Cemetery; Mr.Johnson and St.Paul's Hostel
LOWE Rufus, 74 years; chronic myreditis, St. Mary's Hospital; Feb. 8, 1935, Dr.Neil Stewart; Hillside Cemetery; G. MacLeod; labourer
LOWERY William, 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
LOYD Maud; Septicaenrig; January 10, 1900; Dr Cassels; St. Mary's Church; Bailey Frank
LUDVICK Karl, 74 years; Germany; chronic Brights disease, St.Marys Hospital; May 27, 1926, Dr.Thompson; funeral at chapel; public; miner
LUIGARD Ella alias Mrs.Jack Andrews, 55 years; heart disease, Sulphur Creek; November 15, 1908; no funeral; Y.T.
LUINBERG John, 28 years; drowned in White River; January 7, 1914, coroner; funeral at chapel; Eagles; miner
LUIS 59 years old; Chinese; Consumption; Good Samaritan Hospital; July 21, 1901; Dr. D. McLeod; Cook at N.A.T. and T. Co. mines on Bonanza
LUPTON James; 48 years old; Dublin, Ireland; Pneumonia; Good Samaritan Hospital; April 28, 1902; Dr. Bourker; St. Mary's
LYNCH James; Burned in cabin; Gavin Gulch; January 25, 1907; Coroner Douglas; Yukon Gov't
LYNCH Helen, 61 years; peritonitis, Dawson; April 29, 1902, Dr.Barrett; funeral at "see Briwsters"; George Briwstors; date of death seems to be April 29, 1902, Record of Funeral; is July 27, 1912
LYNDE Frank L.; 29 years old; Suicide by shooting; Cabin, Paradise Hill Hunker Creek; May 23, 1904; Coroner Taylor; Greene's; Edward Jansen
LYONS Daniel; pneumonia, Good Samaritan Hospital; May 31, 1913, Dr.Culbertson; no funeral; Y.T.; fireman
ZUCCO John, 42 years; ?, St.Marys Hospital; June 27, 1910, Dr.Thompson; funeral at Catholic Church; Antoia Zucco (brother)

 



 


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