George T. Ohse family. about 1906 -Everett, Snohomish, Washington, USA George T. Ohse with wife Wihelmine F. Buck Seefeld Ohse and their son Everett W. (Everett as an adult was 6 feet 5 inches tall) regalskye50 originally shared this on 06 Jan 201
George T. Ohse
23 Nov 1915 (aged 71–72)
Marysville, Snohomish County, Washington, USA
Burial Details Unknown
Everett Herald 11-23-1915 Marysville, Nov. 23- George Ohse, pioneer of Marysville and the Puget Sound country, died suddenly this morning of apoplexy, being stricken while dressing to go to his work in the Mutual Shingle mill, in which he as worker and stockholder. Ohse was a veteran of the Confederate army. He came to the Sound 45 years ago and had made his home in Marysville for about 30 years. His widow and two grown children survive. No funeral arrangements have yet been made.
Snohomish County early marriage records G.T. Ohse married Wilhelmine Seefeld 9-17-1892 SnoCo: "The Karyn Project"
Father: August Ohse 1870 Olympia, Thurston, Washington Territory 1880 Port Madison, Kitsap, WA 1900 Tulalip, SnoCo, WA; Ohse: George 1843 LA, Ellmera 1910 Marysville, SnoCo, WA; Ohse: George T 66 LA m3, Wilhelmina 55 GERM m2, Everett W 15 WA