Created By: Myrtle Creek Historical Society
Looks like the current owner is doing some restoration of the Remick Fate house at 121 Hall St. Remick Fate was born near Myrtle Creek in 1862. He was the son of David & Mary Ward Fate, who settled first in Dixonville, then Days Creek. David Fate was the First Chairman of the First Republican Convention in Douglas County in 1857. Remick Fate farmed 500 acres near Myrtle Creek and owned storefronts in town, such as the commercial building on Second Avenue that was Hanson’s Jewelers for many years.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Historical Sites Downtown Myrtle Creek