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 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News

Katherine Knowlton: Timberline Kate | History Files

Even though (or maybe because) longtime Edmonds resident Kate Knowlton remained single and alone, she lived a full life. She was a World War I Army nurse, a silent-film actress, a private nurse, a real estate agent, the proprietor... — Updated 7/7/2017

 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News

MIA no more: Remembering Ronald Page Paschall

For over 20 years, Ron Paschall’s earthly remains were lost in the jungles of South Vietnam. Long after he died a hero’s death in Vietnam, Ronald Page Paschall was found, and he finally came home to be put to rest at Arlington... — Updated 5/26/2017

 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News

The story behind cemetery pioneer Thomas White

Edmonds Memorial Cemetery and Columbarium is a beautiful, well-kept cemetery situated in a parklike setting in the Westgate area of Edmonds. It offers a historical pathway to remind us of the people who settled not only Edmonds, bu... — Updated 5/26/2017


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