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Male, born 1895, died 1968

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Livers, E.L., Building Contractor

Professional History


Principal, E.L. Livers, Master Builder, Seattle, WA, 1953-1960. An advertisement in the Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1954, (p. 843) indicated that Livers was a builder of "general construction, [and did] residential, commercial, large or small jobs, homes to order, churches a specialty." He lived and worked at 1938 West 96th Street in 1954. Livers lived and worked at 10318 3rd Avenue NW, Seattle, between 1956 and 1960, at least. (See Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1956, p. 227 and Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1960, n.p.)



In 1940, Livers lived at 707 West 55th Street in Seattle, and likely worked for a transfer company. (See Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1940, p. 1019.)

By 1956, at least, Liver had moved to a new address, 10318 3rd Avenue NW, Seattle, where he maintained an office and lived. (See Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1959, p. 986.)


His father was William E. Livers (born 06/04/1859 in IL-d. 01/20/1934 in Belllingham, WA).


Livers married twice. He wed Mary Belle Irby (born 11/1896 in TN-d. 1938 in Seattle, WA).

He then wed Verna E. Groves (born 11/20/1901-d. 10/1974 in Bothell, WA)


He and Mary Belle had two children, Charles L. Livers (1920-1980) and Helen Louise Livers Madsen (born 08/30/1924 in Mountainair, NM-d. 09/30/2017 in Marysville, WA).

PCAD id: 7059