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Tami (#47028054)
 member for 6 years, 1 month, 14 days
RE: Eberly in Iowa
Hi, I'm glad that you were able to connect the families.
I just went ahead and transferred the parents to you so the family can stay together.
Thanks for letting me know you found them.

Have a great day!!

Added by cataholic4ever on Aug 26, 2014 8:42 PM

G W Perrault
RE: Johannah Moe Dean
Also in block 39 you have found a temp marker for Anna Olson (memorial 133759779). I think this may be Johannah's sister, Anna Moe Olson (see memorial 38913925)1879-1936. The John Olson temp marker (133652281) might be Anna's husband (calc 5 Jan 1866 - 28 Oct 1938). This would be the couple that raised Louise Moe Timpe's daughter, Lydia, that we discussed earlier. I can send Anna's death cert. if you wish it. I don't have John's.

Added by G W Perrault on Aug 26, 2014 3:38 PM

Fay Carmichael
RE: Jessie May Havercroft Pittmon
Oh, yes, that is much better! Sure, delete the old one.


Added by Fay Carmichael on Aug 24, 2014 1:45 PM

RE: Showalter memorials
you asked:
Are you in touch with family, and do we know for sure they have been given the ashes?

Yes, and yes :-)

Added by Chris on Aug 24, 2014 10:46 AM

Showalter memorials
Please change the burial designation for:

Noah David Showalter #35617653
Bernice Jeanette Church Showalter #35617670

from: Acacia Memorial Park
to: Cremated, ashes given to family


Added by Chris on Aug 23, 2014 10:02 PM

Delbert Smith
RE: Edgar and Lola Phelps in Evergreen, Everett
Thanks Tami,
You do good work.
Vera Smith Lent was born at Osage, MN Becker, county. I believe her dad was James Smith from Canada.
After her husband was killed, I believe that she was living with her brother, Earl Smith, along with her two children.
I was born just one mile east of their home, to a different Smith family. My uncle, Guy Smith dated widow Vera, and uncle Gerald married her sis, Buryle Smith.
So that's how we're related.
Gerald ran the newspaper at Clarkston, WA., and Gerald and Beryl are buried there.

Added by Delbert Smith on Aug 21, 2014 10:37 PM

Delbert Smith
RE: Edgar and Lola Phelps in Evergreen, Everett
Thanks for the search for Vera Lent. I would think that she would remarry. I found a Vera marker in that area, said, mother of six. She left one son, Morris, 84329710. Her first husband was Wm. Lent.
I have my cousins phone number, he's 96 and knew Vera. He's in your area.

Added by Delbert Smith on Aug 19, 2014 1:40 AM

Delbert Smith
RE: Edgar and Lola Phelps in Evergreen, Everett
Well, now I just read Lola's memorial, and it looks like my work. This is however the first time I've seen such a nice pic of the marker. Thank you. Nice work.

Added by Delbert Smith on Aug 18, 2014 10:39 PM

Delbert Smith
RE: Edgar and Lola Phelps in Evergreen, Everett
I'm going to look at that Lola grave.
I'm searching for Vera Lent. She was born at Osage, MN. about 1910, sis to Earl Smith of Osage.
She married Lent and had two children. Lent ran from a moonshine still raid, and was shot in the back and killed. Leaving widow and kids. He's buried at Linnell cem in Becker County, MN.
Vera went to Everett, WA area, and was last know, by my cousin, to be in a rest home in WA.
I see more then one "Vera" buried in that area, but don't know which one she would be. Help

Added by Delbert Smith on Aug 18, 2014 10:33 PM

Delbert Smith
RE: Edgar and Lola Phelps in Evergreen, Everett
Thanks for the tip on Lola Phelps grave. I don't believe that I've ever seen it. Lola was sis to my grandma , Mae Colgrove Smith, in Osage, MN. Both girls were born in NY. I stayed overnite in Lola's house in 1951. Had a great time with her grdchildren.
Thanks for the care.

Added by Delbert Smith on Aug 18, 2014 10:16 PM

G W Perrault
RE: More on Louise and Wm
Bernice was born 5 May 1905 probably Skykomish and died 10 July 2005 (age 100). She married then divorced Robert E Greenleaf (he spent some time in prison). Had two children and never remarried that I am aware. Cremated - Bauer Funeral Chapel,Snohomish.

Lydia Louise Timpe was raised (and probably adopted) by her aunt and uncle, Anna Maria Moe and John Olson who had no children of their own. She used the name, Olson and married 1st, in 1931, John Clyde Johnson. He was more than 25 years her senior and my mother said Louise would go out dancing with her and my dad while Clyde stayed at home. They had two children that I am aware of. She married 2nd, in 1961, Elmer Stark. As I recall she was a nurse at Everett Gen Hosp. She died in Everett on 22 September 1997. She may be buried at Evergreen Cem., I've never followed up.

Added by G W Perrault on Aug 16, 2014 11:33 AM

G W Perrault
RE: More on Louise and Wm
I wasn't aware Louise had a son, just two daughters, Bernice and Lydia. I believe William Henry Timpe, the father, is buried at the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Monroe. He died at Skykomish in 1940.

Added by G W Perrault on Aug 15, 2014 5:49 PM

RE: Ortman in Evergreen
Thank you! I am doing a family tree for a friend & always check Find A Grave for relatives as a part of this process. I greatly appreciate the linking =) It makes my job easier.

Added by nillarita on Aug 15, 2014 1:31 PM

G W Perrault
RE: Louise Moe Timpe
Hi Tami, Yes, Louise S Moe married William Henry Timpe on 6 July 1903. The burial date you give matches her death certificate.

Added by G W Perrault on Aug 14, 2014 11:46 AM

Got the note late, i am actually in seattle right now, going to photograph at mount pleasant cemetery, since i finished up all my blocks at evergreen, which all be online within the month. Thanks for the invite though, take care.

Added by Islington on Aug 11, 2014 10:14 AM

Patricia Munro Fuller
Anna Benson Loop

Thank you for contacting me. Yes, the temp marker you have posted for Anna is this Anna Loop. Someone at Evergreen Cemetery sent me a photo of the temp marker, but I never posted it. Anna Benson Loop was the 3rd wife of Sidney Hiram Loop. He's also buried in the same cemetery, not too far from Anna, but he doesn't have a temp marker.

More info for Sidney Hiram Loop & Anna can be found at this link:

Sidney Loop was the brother of my g-grandmother Lucina Loop Munro.

Thank you so much for contacting me and volunteering!

Added by Patricia Munro Fuller on Aug 11, 2014 12:06 AM

RE: Golding buried in Evrgreen
Dear Tami, Thank you so much ... and for letting me know!! It sure helps families who aren't close ... like me! Sharon

Added by SGirton on Aug 09, 2014 4:19 PM

Haakon Snoen
Unfortunately, I am not related and do not know the Snoen family. Our local historical society acquired a group of photos that included John Snoen. There are no Snoens in this area. I searched and found him and uploaded his picture to his memorial. After a little research I believe your conclusions about John and Haakon are correct.
I can tell you that many folks who came from the Netherlands and settled here 1880-1890, eventually moved out to Washington State in the early 20th century for more land and opportunity. I imagine many Norwegians did too.
Good luck in your search. :-)

Added by Becky on Aug 04, 2014 9:06 PM

RE: Nancy Hamilton
Hi Tami,

just a lil P.S.

Yes you are correct on who her parents were, but I have not been able to find death info for her father yet. I think he died in Illinois before 1849, that's where the family lived prior to moving to Wisconsin by the 1850 census without him.
If you should come across anything on this, could you pass it my way? I'd really appreciate it.

thank you for your help,


Added by Rebeltem on Aug 03, 2014 9:39 AM

RE: Nancy Hamilton- ok

Thanks for the links....if I gave wrong info, sorry. The memorial looks great, thanks for that too!


Added by Rebeltem on Aug 03, 2014 9:27 AM

D Rounds
RE: Wm F. Thomas in Evergreen Cem
Thank you for the new picture i will have to look at my map and see where block 39 is thanks again DRounds

Added by D Rounds on Aug 02, 2014 12:42 PM

RE: Marie in Evergreen
It would be a sad old world if we did'nt would'nt it!

Added by scottsheat on Aug 02, 2014 8:27 AM

Cindy Cannon
RE: George Helm in Evergreen Cem
Thank you so much, Tami! I really appreciate your picture!

Added by Cindy Cannon on Aug 01, 2014 9:50 PM

RE: Earl Showalter duplicate
Yep, time to get out that magic wand!

Added by Chris on Aug 01, 2014 7:48 AM

RE: Earl Showalter
Hi - your correction is appreciated! It also brings to light that there are now two memorials for Earl Showalter - 72179866 & 72179933.

Added by Chris on Jul 31, 2014 1:33 AM


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