Tapley, Jean Elizabeth

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Tapley, Jean Elizabeth

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19 Nov 1900 - 11 Aug 1982

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Born in West Brooksville, Me. Jean Tapley was Myrtle Philip's sister. She traveled out from Maine to help Myrtle clear the land to establish Rainbow Lodge. She lived in Seattle, WAshington for over 50 years and was employed by Pacific Northwest Bell. She later moved to Longview Washington to be near her niece, Virginia, where she died. She is buried in Whistler.

She never married.

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Tapley, Frank Shirley (31 Aug 1898 - 12 Jun 1960)

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Tapley, Margaret May (30 Mar 1895-11 April 1986)

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Tapley, Sewall Douglas (14 Mar. 1854-3 Apr. 1938)

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Philip, Myrtle (19 Mar. 1891- 15 Aug. 1986)

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Tapley, Paul Clifford (30 Nov 1886 - 3 Jun 1980)

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Tapley, Philip Bennett (20 Nov 1888- 1 Apr 1971)

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Whistler Reflections

"A Tapley Genealogy" - Patrica A. Boudreau, 1996 p.87

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