|Birth: ||Feb. 18, 1816|
|Death: ||Aug. 1, 1900|
FUNERAL OF PIONEER
The funeral of Daniel Hathaway, who died last Wednesday, took place yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, from his late residence at 643 East Twenty-sixth and Powell streets. There was a large attendance of old friends at the funeral services, which were in charge of Rev. Robert Pierce. Multnomah Cemetery was the place of interment.
Mr. Hathaway, who was a pioneer of 1848, was born in Massachusetts, February 18, 1816. For about 10 years he lived with his daughter, Mrs. Huldah Graham, at Cathlamet, Wash. During this time he occupied his time with farming, though he was a millwright by trade. Mr. Hathaway was one of the builders of the old Standard mill at Millwaukie. He was connected in many ways with public works and improvements in early days and was highly-respected and a much-esteemed citizen. With the death of this pioneer, there remains but one of the Hathaways who came to Oreogn in early days. He leaves one brother, Sylvester, who is 80 years of age, these brothers are closely connected with the well-known Chase castle of England, as their mother was a member of the Chase family. Mr. Hathaway had a stroke of paralysis several years ago and lost the use of his limbs, but his bodily health was good and his mind clear. Finally the end came, and after several days of unconsciousness, he passed quietly away. The later years of his life were spent at the home of his youngest daughter Mrs. Phoebe Fansel, where he died.
Phebe Kellogg Hathaway (1816 - 1851)
Phebe Hathaway Fausel (1850 - 1930)*
Multnomah Park Cemetery
Plot: A, 15, 1
Created by: Invenio Sepulchrum
Record added: Feb 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47913630