|Dorothy Fojtik (private).|
Maude Foley12,50 died before 1930.
Spouse: Webb Innes.
Sarah Follet was born on 22 June 1826 in Guilderland, Albany Co., NY.1 She died on 22 May 1899 in Columbus Franklin Co., OH.1 Died at the Vendome Hotel in Columbus, OH Parents: Foster M. Follett and Susan W. .
Lt. Benjamin Follett Jr. was born on 28 March 1715. He died before 1788.
Spouse: Hannah Woodward. Hannah Woodward and Lt. Benjamin Follett Jr. were married on 11 October 1736.
Foster M. Follett1 was born on 1 January 1801 in NY. He died on 11 October 1862 in Sandusky, Erie Co., OH. Parents: Frederick Follett and Giffe Babcock.
Frederick Follett1 was born on 10 March 1761 in Windham, Windham Co., CT. He died in May 1804. Parents: Lt. Benjamin Follett Jr. and Esther Robinson.
Magdalen Laura Foord (private).
Foote (private). Parents: Lester Foote and Susan Scott.
Calvin Foote (private). Parents: Lester Foote and Susan Scott.
Calvin Foote3 was born on 28 February 1785 in Norfolk, Litchfield Co., CT. He lived in Erie, Erie Co., PA in 1810.3 In 1812/3 he was an in the U. S. Service. Calvin died on 12 June 1879 in Mill Creek, Schuylkill Co., PA.. Parents: Luther Foote and Temperance Hayes.
Spouse: Polly Burton. Polly Burton and Calvin Foote were married.3 Children were: Lyman Foote, John Foote, Laura Foote, Mary Foote, Luther Foote, Luther Foote, James Foote, Phoebe Foote, Orlin Foote, Lester Foote.
Elizabeth Foote died on 8 September 1700. She was born.
Ella Foote3 was born on 24 September 1874. Parents: Orlin Foote and Rachel Cooper.
James Foote3 was born on 19 July 1829.3 He died on 22 September 1875.3 unmarried Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Jessie Foote (private). Parents: Lester Foote and Susan Scott.
Capt. John Foote (private).
John Foote3 was born on 12 April 1816. He died on 11 February 1839. Unmarried Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Laura Foote (private). Parents: Orlin Foote and Rachel Cooper.
Laura Foote3 was born on 14 May 1818.3 She died on 20 March 1857 in Iowa.3 Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Lester Foote3 was born on 25 January 1840.3 He lived in Kansas.3 Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Lily Foote3 was born on 30 November 1867. Parents: Orlin Foote and Rachel Cooper.
Luther Foote3 was born on 5 March 1761 in West Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. He died on 5 March 1834. Parents: Capt. John Foote and Rosanna Humphrey.
Spouse: Anne Bronson.
Luther Foote3 was born on 24 June 1822.3 He died on 8 August 1825.3 Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Luther Foote3 was born on 4 December 1826.3 He died in June 1842.3 Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Lyman Foote3 was born on 21 June 1814. He lived in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA.3 Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Spouse: Marina Burdick.
Mary Foote3 was born on 9 June 1820.3 She died on 12 January 1882. unmarried Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Meda Foote (private). Parents: Lester Foote and Susan Scott.
Orlin Foote3 was born on 10 March 1836. He was a farmer in Belle Valley, Erie Co., PA.3 Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Phoebe Foote3 was born on 13 September 1832. She died in June 1842. Parents: Calvin Foote and Polly Burton.
Sarah R. Foote3 was born on 21 March 1871. Parents: Orlin Foote and Rachel Cooper.
Temperance Foote3 was born about 1787. She died on 14 October 1850 in Bloomfield, Alleghney Co., PA. Parents: Luther Foote and Temperance Hayes.
Hannah Laurinda "Laura" Forbes was born on 22 August 1798 in Westborough, Worchester, MA. She died on 5 October 1836 in West Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. Parents: Moses Forbes and Abigail Baker.
Moses Forbes (private).
Augusta Webb Ford4 was born on 27 December 1872 in KY. She died on 19 December 1942. Parents: Francis Ford and Augusta Ware Webb.
Cassandra Ford4 was born on 7 August 1807 in IL.27 She died on 6 December 1863.27
Spouse: Dr. Charles Henry Webb Jr.. Children were: Mary Susan Webb, Frances Conn Webb, Dr. James Philip Webb, Nancy Winnifred Webb, Cassandra Ford Webb, Charles William Webb (?), Augusta Ware Webb, Charles H. Webb III, Cassandra Ford Webb.
Cassandra Webb Ford4 was born on 15 November 1870 in Covington, KY. She died on 7 December 1929. Cassandra Trimble, wife of Seattle millionaire William Pitt Trimble, drowns on December 7, 1929.
On Saturday, December 7, 1929, Cassandra (Ford) Trimble (1871-1929) drowns and her husband, Seattle millionaire capitalist William Pitt Trimble (1863-1943), and sons Ford and William Pitt Jr., narrowly escape death when Trimble’s automobile plunges off the King Street Pier into Elliott Bay.
The Pierce Arrow’s engine had not been running properly so, while the car was parked on the pier, Ford got out to adjust it. After several minutes of tinkering with the engine, Ford asked his brother William Jr. to step on the starter button. Tragically, the car had been left in gear and when William Jr. started the engine, the vehicle leaped forward. Ford jumped onto the running board and attempted to open the driver’s door and stop the car but was unsuccessful. The car accelerated, smashed through a railing and plunged, nose first, into Elliott Bay. The heavy Pierce Arrow, with all four Trimbles on board, landed about 20 feet from the end of the pier and sank like a stone in 36 feet of water.
Ford Trimble, clinging to the outside of the Pierce Arrow, tried to open the driver’s door as it sank, but was foiled by the increasing water pressure. Unable to hold on to the car, Ford swam to the water’s surface. Mr. Trimble was able to open one of car’s rear windows and William Jr., in the front seat, forced his door open. They were sucked out of the car by the water pressure before they could grab hold of Cassandra Trimble.
Even though they were burdened with heavy overcoats, William Trimble and William Jr. struggled to the surface where they joined Ford treading water. Cassandra Trimble and “Jiggs” remained trapped in the vehicle’s back seat. The three men continued struggling in the water until they were rescued by nearby fishermen who had witnessed the accident from their rowboats.
A Seattle harbor patrol boat from the nearby landing at the foot of Washington Street was immediately summoned to the scene. The fire boat Alki, docked at the fire station at the foot of Madison Street, arrived shortly thereafter with diver Henry Finch. The boats began grappling operations at once and within a short time the grappling hooks snagged the car. While the Alki was raising the vehicle to the surface, it slipped off the hooks and plunged back to the bottom of the bay.
Further unsuccessful grapplings had pushed the car farther into the bay than where it originally lay. Finally, after about three hours, the Alki got a secure hold on the automobile and was able to winch it almost to the surface. The diver, Henry Finch, went down into the water and recovered the body of Mrs. Trimble and “Jiggs” from the back seat. Doctors aboard the Alki made several efforts to revive Cassandra Trimble with a “pulmotor” (resuscitator) but she was pronounced dead at the scene.
The results of a coroner’s inquest determined the death of Mrs. Cassandra Webb Trimble was accidental but avoidable. Statistics revealed that over the past two years (1928-1929) seven people, excluding Cassandra Trimble, had died in Seattle from similar accidents, a fact that had been well publicized in the newspapers. King County Coroner William J. Jones stated “I cannot be too emphatic in warning motorists against this practice [of leaving their car engines in gear] which has been the cause of several similar mishaps costing many lives” (Seattle P-I).
To compound the tragedy of the death of his wife, William Pitt Trimble, one of the wealthiest men in Seattle, also lost most of his fortune when the stock market collapsed on October 29, 1929, causing investments and real estate values to hit bottom. Trimble retired to a small house on Capitol Hill where he lived alone until his death on March 19, 1943.
Spouse: William Pitt Trimble , Sr.. Cassandra Webb Ford and William Pitt Trimble , Sr. were married on 10 November 1897. Children were: Francis Ford Trimble, Mary Barlow Trimble, William Pitt Trimble , Jr., Augusta Webb Ware Trimble, Webb Ware Trimble.
Francis Ford4 was born on 7 May 1826. He died in December 1897.
James Keith Ford28 was born on 23 October 1844. He died before 1910.
Spouse: Winifred W. Duncan. Winifred W. Duncan and James Keith Ford were married on 5 December 1865 in Paris, Bourbon Co., KY.
Louvenia Foreman (private).
Florestine Francoise Forno (private). Parents: Capt. Joseph Larence Forno and Amanda Louise V. de Gruye.
Capt. Joseph Larence Forno (private).
Helen Stewart "Pat" Forshay (private). Parents: Stewart Forshay and Isabel Ferguson.
Stewart Forshay (private).
General Joseph M. Forward (private).
Spouse: Fanny Moore.
Fannie Foster died before 1808.
Spouse: Judge Samuel Elliot. Fannie Foster and Judge Samuel Elliot were married on 26 May 1805.
Fanny Foster (private).
Spouse: Franklin Ball Fauntleroy.
Mark Foster (private).
Spouse: Winifred Fauntleroy.
Mary Rachel Fowler13 died lung cancer in 1976.
Spouse: Robert Martin Alley. Mary Rachel Fowler and Robert Martin Alley were divorced. Children were: Robert Dennis (Alley) Gailbreath, Rachael Louise (Alley) Gailbreath, Glenn Kerry (Alley) Gailbreath.
Edward E Franchot (private).
Katherine DuBois Franchot (private). Parents: Edward E Franchot and Harriette McK .
Mark Terrance Franklin (private).