The eldest daughter of Seattle and his first wife, she was named Kikisoblu Seattle. She married Dokub Cud, who died before the arrival of Euro-American settlers on Puget Sound. When pioneer Catherine Maynard (1816-1906) heard the name, she announced, "You are too good looking a woman to carry around such a name as that, and I now christen you Angeline." She was sometimes called Wewick (Prosch). Angeline worked as a laundress for Seattle residents and eventually came to reside in a shack on the waterfront along with other Native Americans.
At her request, she was buried near her old friend, pioneer Henry Yesler (1810-1892) in Lake View Cemetery.