DICKEY/DOLE/PORTEUS FAMILIES

The Dickey/Dole Family
Missionary descendants of William P. Alexander and Mary Ann Alexander
1. Judge Lyle Alexander Dickey (b. Mar. 26, 1868 Whitehall, Illinois-d. Honolulu, Hawaii on Aug. 13, 1946) Son of Charles and Anne Dickey; Epitaph: “None knew him to love him, nor named him but to praise”
Appointed by President Taft to be second district magistrate and circuit court judge of the fifth district in Kauai, TH 1912-1919
President of Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society 1896-1923

2. Herbert Wallace Dickey (Feb 22, 1875-June 7, 1899) age 24 years
Epitaph: “His sun has gone down while it was yet day”
son of Charles and Anne Dickey

3. Charles Henry Dickey (b. Aug. 12, 1841 Ottawa, Illinois -d. Oakland, CA; Jan. 28, 1932) 2nd Lt. Co. B, 4th Illinois Calvary Civil War; married to Anne Alexander; FRIEND OF Abraham Lincoln; Son of Theopolis Lyle Dickey; sister and husband, Caleb H. and Virginia Belle Dickey Wallace are charter members of the first organized church at Makawao on Jan. 5, 1879 and buried in Illinois
4. Anne Alexander Dickey (not pictured) (b. Dec. 8, 1843 at Lahainaluna, Maui-d. Oakland, CA; July 28, 1940) wife of Charles Dickey

 

Charles H. Dickey

 

Charles H. Dickey and Anne A. Dickey

Dickey, Anne Alexander (b. Dec. 8, 1843-d. July 28, 1940)

“He giveth his beloved sleep”

 

 

Porteus

7. Elizabeth Dole Porteus ( April 25, 1911-July 24, 2010) daughter of James Dole and great grand-daughter of William Patterson Alexander
8. E. Hebden Proteus (b. Oct. 10, 1910-d. Sept. 17, 1993) husband of Elizabeth Dole Porteus

 

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