Harriet "Hattie" Angelique Dayton

Born: Dec 8, 1853
Loc: Paynes Point,  Ogle Co, IL
Died: June 30, 1927
Loc: Island Co. WA
Bur: GAR Cemetery, Seattle, WA
Father: Roland/Rollin Dayton
Mother:  Catherine Simmons
Married: Dec 3, 1871 at Tama Co. Iowa
Spouse: Joseph Wilson Range,
son of James Lea Range and Jane M. McKay

Children:  Paul Dayton/Ralph Courtney/Ernest Lytle

Member of DAR
DAR Membership No. 215623
Lady Stirling Chapter, Seattle, King Co. WA
1860 Census:  Pine Rock, Ogle Co, IL
1870 Census:  Indian Village Twp, Tama Co, IA
1900 Census:  Seattle, Kings Co, WA
1910 Census:  Seattle, Kings Co, WA
1920 Census:  Seattle, Kings Co, WA
"Notice is hereby given to all parties having friends buried on my
land, to secure lots and remove the remains to the regular cemetery.
Hattie A. Range."
Source: N.W. Tribune - 10-26-1883
Washington Pioneer Assn.
Hattie A. (Dayton) Range joined the Pioneer Association on 3 June
1916. She listed her occupation as "housewife" and gave the same address
as J.W. Range. She was born at Paynes Point, Ogle County, Illinois on 8
December 1853. She came to the west coast with her husband, arriving at
San Francisco on 5 April 1875 and continuing on to Washington Territory,
arriving one week later, on 12 April 1875.
Source: Washington Gen. Soc. from WA Pioneer Records Assoc.
Obituary:  Range – June 30, 1927, Hattie A. Range, of 1703 12th Ave. aged 73 years, beloved wife of the late Joseph W. Range, sister of Mrs. Jennie K. Prather of Orting, Wash,; mother of Paul D. Range of Seattle and Ernest L. Range of Nome, Alaska. Member of Myrtle Chaper O.E.S. Cheney, Wash. Lady Sterling Chapter, D.A.R. McKinley Circle, Ladies of G.A.R., Washington State Pioneers Association and Women’s Auxilary, Washington State Pioneers Association. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 from Collins Bros. Chapel. Interment G.A.R. Cemetery
Obituary: Mrs. Range’s Funeral Today
Mrs. Hattie A. Range, seventy-three, Washington pioneer, will be buried today with impressive services by the Daughters of American Revolution at the Collins Undertaking Chapel at 2:30. Mrs. Range died June 30, while visiting her daughter in law, Mrs. Ernest Range on Whidby Island. Her son was in Alaska at the time. Mrs. Range has been making her home with another son, P. R. Range, 1717 Twelfth Avenue. A sister Mrs. Jennie K. Prather of Orting, is the only other survivor. Coming to Washington with her husband the late Senator J. W. Range, she settled in Spokane in 1879, removing to Seattle ten years later. She was a member of several patriotic organizations, including the D. A. R., Ladies of the G. A. R. and Union Dames. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star and Pioneers of Washington.