|Birth: ||Mar. 20, 1889|
|Death: ||Jul. 21, 1910|
Last revised by Alan Eugene Koch June 23, 2013
Obituary transcription courtesy of Craig Humes:
Accidentally killed near Lyle, Wash., in 1910 while employed in a logging camp. (Refer to mother's obit.)
The Oregon City Courier
Fri., July 29, 1910
SUDDEN DEATH OF
Oregon City Young Man Ac-
cidentally Killed While
Working in a Lum-
The sudden death of Thomas Dawson was a shock to his family and friends. He was working in a lumber camp at Wrights, Klickitat county, and was accidentally killed.
Mr. Dawson was a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson of Oregon City. He was born in Michagan; died at the age of 21. His body was brought here for burial.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the home of his parents at 508 John Adams street, Rev. T. F. Bowen officiating. Interment was made at Mountain View cemetery.
Deceased was a member of the Episcopal church and was a man of excellent character.
Besides his parents he leaves four brothers, Arthur, living in Sheboygon, Michigan; Carl, who was working with him at the time of his death; Kenneth, Howard and a baby brother; also five sisters, Edith, Bernice, Rhoda, Alice and Mabel, all of Oregon City. The family have the sympathy of the community in their late bereavement.
James Dawson (1859 - 1939)
Mary Etta Taylor Dawson (1866 - 1948)
Arthur Irving Dawson (1882 - 1968)*
James Carlyle Dawson (1884 - 1910)*
Thomas George Dawson (1889 - 1910)
Bernice Berthol Dawson Clark (1892 - 1976)*
Rhoda May Dawson (1895 - 1968)*
Kenneth Kenwood Dawson (1897 - 1977)*
Howard B. Dawson (1899 - 1918)*
Alice May Dawson Kerr (1902 - 1975)*
Mabel Adelaide Dawson Eggink (1905 - 1999)*
John Henry Dawson (1910 - 1981)*
Mountain View Cemetery
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