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July 29, 1911; Oregonian, p 10
"Henry Dubois is Buried"

The funeral services of "Uncle" Henry Dubois, 79 years old, a pioneer of 1853 and a Mason for 50 years, were held yesterday
afternoon, under the auspices of the Masonic order. Interment was made in Lone Fir Cemetery. Mr. Dubois died at Estacada Wednesday
after an illness of several months.

Henry Dubois was born at Hoboken, N. J., November 6, 1832. His father was a sea captain. He left the vessel his father commanded
at Honolulu, and came to Oregon in 1853, first living at Gervais and later at Oregon City. He moved to a farm in Springwater, near
Estacada, in 1865.

He is survived by eight children, James M. Dubois, Eagle City, Alaska; William H. Dubois, Portland; Charles E. Dubois, Estacada;
John P. Dubois, Homestead, Fla.; Rose M. Dubois, Mrs. Anna M. Ryan, Homer R. and George Dubois, of Portland. He was a member of the
Oregon City Lodge of Masons, of the lodge at Logan, and of the new Masonic lodge installed at Estacada recently.


Aug. 6, 1911; Oregonian, sec. 2, p 16 (photo)
"Oregon Pioneer and Member of Masonic Order For Fifty Years Dies"

Henry Dubois, who died July 26 at Estacada, was born in Hoboken, N. J., November 25, 1834, coming to the West Coast in 1853 and
settling in Oregon City in 1858. He was for 50 years a member of the Masonic order. He was the eldest son of the late Captain Edward
Dubois, and, as a child made many voyages with him on the Pacific and Indian oceans.

Mr. Dubois in 1860 married Malinda Mattoon, who was born in Indiana in 1839. His second wife was Mrs. M. Bluemar, who is still
living. Eight children of Mr. Dubois and his first wife survive him, James M. of Eagle, Alaska; William H. of Portland; Charles E. of
Estacada; John P. of Homestead, Fla.; Rose M of Portland; Mrs. J. R. Ryan of Portland; Homer R and George E. Dubois of Portland.

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