George E. (Mrs.) Dooley

Death:Monday, February 15, 1971
Washington

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Mrs. George E. "Lee" Dooley, 91, died February 15 in Edmonds, Washington. A pioneer resident of Vatdez and Cordova, Mrs. Dooley came to the Prince William Sound country as a bride in 1905. She was a member of the Pioneers of Alaska. Surviving are sons George, Edmonds; Tom, Anchorage, and daughters Mrs. Al Swelling, Anchorage; Mrs. John Dimond, Douglas, and Mrs. John Satre, Fairbanks.

Note: According to the Washington Death Index, Minnie H. Dooley died 15 February 1971 in Edmonds, Edmonds County, WA.

Source: Alaska Sportsman, May 1971

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