VANDYKE, Edwin H.
VINCENT, J. W.
Edwin H. VanDyke
Edwin H. Van Dyke Pioneer; Dies.
Edwin H. Van Dyke, aged 76, died Wednesday at 8 A.M. July 27, from the effects of apoplexy.
Mr. Van Dyke was born in Wyoming County, New York, October 11, 1833. He lived for the early part of his life in the county and state in which he was born; later on moving to Traverse City, Micigan.
Twelve years ago, Mr. Van Dyke came to Everett, Washington, and from there in March, 1909 he came to Windy Hill where he made his home with his son George until he passed away. He leaves a wife and four children, two sons and two daughters. One daughter is living in Centerville, New York, the rest living in this state.
The Omak Chronicle - Omak, Washington - August 5, 1910
J. W. Vincent Added 10/15/06
J. W. Vincent Killed.
J. W. Vincent, one of the pioneer ranchers of the Molson-Chesaw country, was accidentally killed yesterday morning. He and his hired men were engaged in butchering hogs. The hired man was shooting the hogs with a 22-calibre rifle and the gun accidentally discharged while pointing towards Mr. Vincent's head. The bullet entered near one of his eyes and death was instantaneous.
Coroner Victor Grove of Molson was notified at once and he and Deputy Sheriff Ed. Burden went to the Vincent home. Accidental death was so apparent that no inquest was deemed necessary. The body was taken to Molson where the funeral will be held.
Mr. Vincent was one of the old timers of the North Half and one of the most progressive farmers in the county. He had made a specialty of breeding Shorthorn cattle and his herd was known far and wide for its fine stock. He leaves a son and widow to mourn his death. It is understood that the son is now a student in an eastern college.
The Okanogan Independent - Okanogan, Washington - February 12, 1918
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