|Death: ||Feb., 1906|
from FAG member Mary Westbrook:
Here is an interesting story about J.H. Dyck in the Seattle Times, July 14, 1905
BOY ON BICYCLE STEALS FINE PUP
J.H. Dyck Had Just Sold Dog for $15 and Now He Mourns Loss of Both Loss of Both
Money and Canine.
J.H. Dyck of 833 Eight Avenue North, is looking for a boy about 15 years old who
stolle a Gordon setter puppy from him on Pike Street yesterday afternoon and he
thinks he will find him for there is not another pup in the city like this one.
Mr. Dyck had sold the puppy to a merchant on Pike Street for $15 and was on his
way to deliver the goods when a boy riding a bicycle swooped the puppy from the
street and rode off with it.
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Created by: Carolyn Farnum
Record added: Feb 19, 2001
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Added: Aug. 10, 2011
I found this interesting news article about my great grandfather in the Seattle Daily Times, July 14, 1905Here is an interesting story about J.H. Dyck in the Seattle Times, July 14, 1905BOY ON BICYCLE STEALS FINE PUPJ.H. Dyck Had Just Sold Dog for $15 and...(Read more)|
Added: Aug. 9, 2011
Dear great grandfather John Herman,I've never met you but love you. I never met your daughter (my grandmother) because she died when her daughter (my mom) was only 19 years old. Someday I will have the great joy of meeting you both and your wife, Anna Bar...(Read more)|
Added: Feb. 4, 2011