John Gilbert Maddock

#1104, b. 11 October 1863, d. 14 March 1914
Father*Franklin K. Maddock b. c 1836, d. 7 Apr 1883
Mother*Lucy Jane Palmer b. 3 Jan 1847, d. 22 Mar 1904
     John Gilbert Maddock was born on 11 October 1863 Umatilla County, Oregon. He was the son of Franklin K. Maddock and Lucy Jane Palmer. John Gilbert Maddock married Ida May Patterson 31 January 1888. John Gilbert Maddock died 14 March 1914 , in Goldendale, Washington at age 50.
     The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, WA., March 14, 1914, page 5
JOHN G. MADDOCK
John Gilbert Maddock, a banker, newspaperman, the magazine writer, and farmer, who died at his home near Wahkaicus Station on the Goldendale branch of the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway, was buried in the Odd Fellows cemetery at Goldendale last Friday.
He was born at Umatilla, on the banks of the upper Columbia river, October 11, 1863. He was the son of Frank Maddock, the first sheriff of Umatilla county, and Lucy J. Maddock. His early life was passed mostly at Heppner where his father was a merchant and cattleman. He gained part of his education at the Old Bishop Scott academy in Portland. When about 18 years old he began teaching. When 23 years old he started a private bank at Heppner, associated with the Rhea Bros. Later he turned it into the First National Bank of Heppner. He married Miss Ida May Patterson, a Ligonier, Indiana, January 31, 1888. The following year he sold out his interest in the Heppner Bank and went to Goldendale, in 1889, and organized the First National Bank of Goldendale, which was the first banking institution in Klickitat county. This bank was conducted by Mr. Maddock until 1897, when he and associates gave up the charter obtained from the government, and opened a private bank, which shortly afterward went into liquidation, all depositors being paid in full.
A few years after retiring from the banking business, Mr. Maddock acquired property on the Big Klickitat river, near Wahkiacus, containing mineral springs, which he developed. His place of late years became noted as a resort for anglers from all parts of the United States.
For years he was connected with several of the leading newspapers of Oregon and Washington, and through them he kept Klickitat before the public. He belonged to the United Artisans; and was a member of the Masonic institution, but had not affiliated with the order of late years.
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From:
An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima, & Kittitas Counties
Interstate Publishing Co., Chicago, IL., published 1904
Part IV
History Of Klickitat County
Goldendale
For a long time the city had been handicapped in the transaction of its business because of the absence of a banking house in the town, but in 1889 this desideratum was supplied, a company being formed with a capital of fifty thousand dollars and the First National Bank of Goldendale established. The first officers of this institution were: J.G. Maddock, president; Hugh Fields, vice-president; Hugh Fields, E.W. Pike, J.G. Maddock, F.W. Patterson and O.D. Sturgess, directors. The enterprise flourished from the beginning.

United Artisans, Goldendale Assembly No. 33, chartered May 16, 1896, with the following charter members: N.B. Brooks, O.D. Sturgess, Rosa A. Brooks, Frank Aldrich, Clara J. Aldrich, Lulu B. Leverett, Charles H. Newell, Estella I. Phillips, Mehitable MeKinney, H.S. Goddard, John G. Maddock, Mary B. Newell, K.C. Phillips, Della L. MeCulley, Ida Maddock, Katie Pierce, K. G. Marshall, Lizzie B. Alvord and D.W. Pierce. Present officers: P.M., H.O. Spoon; M. A., Samuel Waters; superintendent, Mrs. Rosa Brooks; inspector, Jennie Darch; secretary, Helen Campbell; treasurer, Frank Aldrich. Membership, one hundred and two

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Family of John and Ida

Charts
Berger, Jonathan #3263, b ca 1700 Switzerland or Germany, d PA
Graves, Francis #708 b say 1630 d Aug 1691, Virginia
Nowlan, John # 867, b bef 1580, Ireland, d Ireland
Pinckard, John # 1404 b ca 1642 d 1690, Lancaster County, Virginia
Wade, Edward # 838, in Virginia bef 1746
Beasley, John #2041 b ca 1717 d bt 1781-1782, Buckingham County, Virginia
Bruce, John #403 b ca 1724, Kinnard, Scotland d ca 1752, Orange County, Virginia
Claye, John #1523, b ca 1588, England, d bef 1660, Virginia
Eyres, Joseph # 7329, b 17th century, Virginia or England
Ferris, Richard # 2074, b say 1620 or so, immi 1636, d Virginia
Fuquett, Gills # 3276, d Virginia
Green, Thomas # 2060 b 1700. d Virginia
Hooker, Thomas # 3118 d bef 1637, London
Humphreys, William # 7331, d Virginia
Lewis, John # 2831, b ca 1620, d Virginia
Marston?, Thomas # 2756, No further information
Palmer, John # 1430 b aft 1719 Virginia
Povall, Robert # 409 b 1653, England d 1728, Virginia
Samson, Francis # 3266 in Virginia bef 1700
Wilson, John # 417, b say 1620s, England or Henrico County, Virginia
Woodson, John (Dr.) # 133 b ca 1586, England, d 18 Apr 1644, Burmuda Hundred, Virginia
Beasley, John #2041 b ca 1717 d bt 1781-1782
Berger, Jonathan #3263
Bruce, John #403 b ca 1724 d ca 1752
Claye, John #1523 b ca 1588
Eyres, Joseph # 7329
Ferris, Richard # 2074
Fuquett, Gills # 3276
Graves, Francis #708 b say 1630 d Aug 1691
Green, Thomas # 2060 b 1700
Hooker, Thomas # 3118 d bef 1637
Humphreys, William # 7331
Lewis, John # 2831
Marston?, Thomas # 2756
Nowlan, John # 867
Pinckard, John # 1404 b ca 1642 d 1690
Povall, Robert # 409 b 1653 d 1728
Samson, Francis # 3266
Wade, Edward # 838
Wilson, John # 417
Woodson, John (Dr.) # 133 b ca 1586 d 18 Apr 1644
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