Willapa Seaport Museum

Willapa Seaport Museum Astonishing myriad of Marine Artifacts, Information, Insight, and Memorabilia. All of a Nautical Significance related to the Willapa Bay Area. Includes a Great Number of Grand Photographs, Paintings, Graphic Accounts, Colorful Murals, Displays and more
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Astonishing Myriad of Marine Artifacts, Information, Insight, and Memorabilia. All of a Nautical Significance related to the Willapa Bay Area. Includes a Great Number of Grand Photographs, Paintings, Graphic Accounts, Colorful Murals, Displays and more

Mission: To collect, preserve, and exhibit in a museum setting, open to the public, items and relics of nautical and historic significance.

The Willapa Seaport Museum now has a support page where you can donate directly to the museum.https://willapaseaportmuse...
06/08/2020
DONATION page ~ Willapa Seaport Museum

The Willapa Seaport Museum now has a support page where you can donate directly to the museum.

https://willapaseaportmuseum.com/donation-page/

Founded in 1966, the Frink Foundation (a 501(C) 3 non profit organization) active in historical education, uses all donations to operate the Willapa Seaport Museum as an educational outreach, keeping alive the nautical history of Willapa Bay and the “Seafairing way of life” for all to learn and ...

05/27/2020

WW! Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt William Roy Wilson - from Raymond. He was born 9 September 1893 in Dexter Texas. He worked in Raymond WA., as a shingle mill worker in a local mill when the U.S entered WW1.He returned to his home state of Texas to enlist in the US Army. He was assigned to the 165th Depot Brigade, 47th Company, Camp Travis Detachment #2. He died 5 February 1918 in the sinking of the SS Tuscania. He was buried in Brookwood American Cemetery, England.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Cpl Thomas O Williams - from Raymond. He was born 10 February 1889 in Wisconsin. He worked for Willapa Mill before enlisting in the U.S. Army. He was assigned to the 91 Infantry Division, 361 Infantry Regiment, Company D. He was Killed In Action 30 September 1918 and is buried in Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, France

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt Jacob Bernard Teiseth - from Palix River. He was a drags operator for the Andall Mill. ...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Jacob Bernard Teiseth - from Palix River. He was a drags operator for the Andall Mill. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1917 and was assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division, 6th Engineer Regiment. He was Killed In Action 20 October 1918 and is buried in Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, France.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Joe Zurfluh - from Globe. He was born to Fidal Andreas & Anna (Fahl) Zurfluh in 1893. He entered the US Army in 1917 and was assigned to the 4th Infantry Division, 39th Infantry Regiment, Company M. He was Killed in Action 26 September 1918.

Looking for more information.

05/27/2020

Pfc Tom Shelse - from Raymond was born 26 December 1886 in Naples Italy. He was working on becoming an American citizen while working as a mill hand in a Raymond mill. He enlisted in the US Army in 1917 and was assigned to the 91st Infantry Division, 361 Infantry Regiment, Company M. He died 29 September 1918 and is buried at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, France.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pfc James Claude Souter - from South Bend. He enlisted in 1917 and was assigned to the 1st Field Signal BN., 2nd Div., Company C. He died on an illness 12 September 1918 and is buried in Arlington Cemetery VA.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Merchant Seaman Stener Edward Siverson - from Chinook was born to Adolphin & Oskara (Wix) Siverson in Astoria on 29 August 1896. He worked the Columbia river as a self employed fisherman.

We are researching his death near Peru in 1918 as a WW1 death. Looking for more information.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Cpl Fred Pope - from Raymond. He was born 4 August 1894. Before enlisting he was a band saw filer at a local mill. He was assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division, 23rd Infantry Regiment. After a battle he was listed as Missing In Action on 12 September 1918 and is memorialized at St. Mihiel American Cemetery, France.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Charles Pollari - from Ilwaco was born in Watila, Finland on 23 October 1888. He was working for McGowan Cannery as a fisherman before enlisting in the US Army. He was assigned to the 361st Infantry, Company E. He died 2 January 1918 while training at Camp Lewis (Fort Lewis).

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pfc Howard Perkins - from Palix River near Bruceport. He was a born on the 24th of May 1891 in Michigan. Before enlisting he worked as a shingle packer at the Andall Mill. He was assigned to the 20th Engineers, 11th Company. He died 29 December 1918. He is buried in Elma, WA.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Cpl Alfred W Petit - from Bay Center was born 8 September 1887 in Chinook. Before joining the Army he worked as a fisherman for the Western Fish Company. He died 28 Dec 1918. He listed himself as a Chinook Indian.

We are looking for more info on Cpl Petit.

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt Russell R Owens - from Raymond. He was born in Portland Oregon 13 January 1896. He enli...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Russell R Owens - from Raymond. He was born in Portland Oregon 13 January 1896. He enlisted in 1917 in the US Army. He died of his wounds 21 January 1918 and is buried at St. Mihiel American Cemetery France. He was assigned to the 41st Infantry Division, 161 Infantry Regiment.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Henrick William Niemi - from Naselle. He was born 6 March 1895. He was working for Chambers Logging Company as a train brakeman before he enlisted in 1917. He was assigned to the 91st "Wild West" Division. He died during training at Camp Lewis (Fort Lewis) on 10 November 1917 and is buried in Naselle.

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Christian Moe - from Holcomb. He was born in Turnsburg Norway on 23 April 1888. He was working for Trap Creek Logging before enlisting. He was assigned to the 77th Infantry Division, 305th Infantry Regiment, Company L. He to was part of "the lost brigade" of WW1 history. He died 11 October 1918 and is buried in Arlington Cemetery Virginia.

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt James C Minter - from South Bend. Enlisted in 1917. Died 21 October 1918. He is buried ...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt James C Minter - from South Bend. Enlisted in 1917. Died 21 October 1918. He is buried at St. Mihiel American Cemetery in France. He was assigned to the 77th Infantry Division, 308 Infantry Regiment. He was part of WW1 history called "the lost brigade"

05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Lewis O Larson - from Bay Center, died 15 January 1918 on a transport ship (Gold Star pamphlet)

We are looking for more information on him.

More WW1 Memorials / Pacific County tomorrow.

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyJohn A Laakko - Listed as from Knappa Oregon but he lived in Knappton Washington. His fathe...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

John A Laakko - Listed as from Knappa Oregon but he lived in Knappton Washington. His father J. E. Laakko lived in Astoria. He was assigned to the 20th Engineers, 16th Company. He died 6 February 1918 when the SS Tuscania was sunk. His memorial is in Lewis & Clark Cemetery in Clatsop County.

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt Dan C Kelly - from Raymond. He was born 16 November 1887 in Hibbing Minnesota. He worke...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Dan C Kelly - from Raymond. He was born 16 November 1887 in Hibbing Minnesota. He worked as a logger in the Nahcotta area. He enlisted in 1917 and was assigned to the 32nd Infantry Division, 126 Infantry Regiment. He died 12 Aug 1918 and is buried at the Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, France

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyBugler Victor H Johnson - from Bruceport. He was a graduate of the Carlisle Pennsylvania In...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Bugler Victor H Johnson - from Bruceport. He was a graduate of the Carlisle Pennsylvania Indian School and a local area school teacher. His father was a Chinook Indian and his mother Quinault Indian. He enlisted in 1917 and was assigned to the 1st Infantry Division, 26th Infantry Regiment. He was killed in action 19 July 1918. His memorial is at Aisle-Marne American Cemetery in France.

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt William Wesley Hyatt - from Lebam. He was born 3 September 1889 to Howard & Ella Hyatt....
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt William Wesley Hyatt - from Lebam. He was born 3 September 1889 to Howard & Ella Hyatt. He was married to Eloise (Adams) Hyatt. He died 6 February 1918 in the sinking of the SS Tuscania. He was assigned to the 20th Engineers, 16th Company Railroad Engineers.

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyPst Werner John Hill - from Naselle. Born 18 February 1893 in Michigan to John & Elizabeth ...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pst Werner John Hill - from Naselle. Born 18 February 1893 in Michigan to John & Elizabeth Hill from Finland. Before entering the service he worked as a logger for Chambers Logging Company. In the Army he was assigned to the Headquarters Company of the 361st "Skookum" Regiment. He died 15 October 1918 at Argonne, France. His memorial is in Naselle Cemetery.

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt Dan Raymond Grable - from Ilwaco. Born 25 November 1894 in Ilwaco. He worked as a fishe...
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Dan Raymond Grable - from Ilwaco. Born 25 November 1894 in Ilwaco. He worked as a fisherman for McGowin Cannery. He was assigned to the 91st Div, 361 Infantry Regiment. He was killed in action on 26 September 1918. He is buried in Ilwaco Cemetery.

Lance Cpl Walter Emil Drissler - from South Bend, born 15 June 1895 to John & Ida Dressler. He was in Company C, 4th Eng...
05/27/2020

Lance Cpl Walter Emil Drissler - from South Bend, born 15 June 1895 to John & Ida Dressler. He was in Company C, 4th Engineers, and was killed in action 6 August 1918, while building a bridge near Chateau Thierry in the Vail River sector of France. He is buried in Menlo

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyCpl Charles E Cook - from Raymond, died of wounds received in battle.
05/27/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County
Cpl Charles E Cook - from Raymond, died of wounds received in battle.

05/26/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

David G. Benton - from South Bend, listed as MIA 6 February 1918 and presumed drowned in the sinking of the SS Tuscania

WW1 Memorial / Pacific CountyLt Jeanette Virginia Barrows - from Ilwaco, died 15 March 1919 at Fort Snelling, MN. She wa...
05/26/2020

WW1 Memorial / Pacific County

Lt Jeanette Virginia Barrows - from Ilwaco, died 15 March 1919 at Fort Snelling, MN. She was in the Army Nurses Corps and was trained as a wound reconstruction aide. She was headed overseas when the war ended and was reassigned to Army Hospital #29 where she helped care for the returning wounded. There she became ill and died of pneumonia. She was buried in Ilwaco with full military honors.

WWI Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt Jacob Barger - from Globe, WA. His parents: Andrew Jacob Barger & Lydia (West) Barger o...
05/26/2020

WWI Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Jacob Barger - from Globe, WA. His parents: Andrew Jacob Barger & Lydia (West) Barger of Frances, WA. Jacob was in the 91st Infantry known as the "Wild West" Division.
Pvt Barger was killed in action 3 Oct 1918. He is buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Centrailia, WA.

WWI Memorial / Pacific CountyPvt Walter Baltus - from Raymond. He was born in Riga, Russia and was working on becoming a...
05/26/2020

WWI Memorial / Pacific County

Pvt Walter Baltus - from Raymond. He was born in Riga, Russia and was working on becoming a U.S. citizen. He was killed in action and is buried at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, France.
Walter enlisted in 1917 and was assigned to the 39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division.

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Willapa Seaport Museum will remain closed until the ban is lifted in Pacific County

05/03/2020

Willapa Seaport Museum
will remain closed until
23 May, 2020

04/03/2020

Willapa Seaport Museum will be closed until May 4th

03/14/2020

Willapa Seaport Museum
will be closed until
April 7th, 2020

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