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Peggy Frost (#47796296)
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Bio Photo I'm brand new to Find A Grave but I've been doing genealogy since the late 1990's and only wish I didn't have this pesky thing called a job that keeps me from spending more time on it than I do! I live in the Pacific Northwest - about 75 miles north of Seattle and I hope to be able to get out to some local cemeteries and gather info & photos to post to Find A Grave as time permits - and definitely plan to do a lot more of it once I retire.
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Jack Davison
RE: Franklin M. Strohecker
I think I told you that my grandson's father Dan Bennett lives in Mt Vernon, having been stationed at Whidbey Island until he retired to Mt Vernon. Josh lives in Bellingham since graduating from WWU and is a chef, having worked at a number of restaurants from there to Seattle and on one of the islands. My exec from the last ship I served is buried in Bellingham.

I confused myself thinking that Joseph H. Rantz of the Huskies crew that won gold at the 1946 Olympics was buried in your neighborhood, but on checking I see that he and his wife are in Sequim in Clallam County, shich I think is on the Olympic Peninsula. His life was the subject of a Really Good book, The Boys in the Boat, that told of how hard he worked as an almost orphan to survive and go to UW, where he was introduced to crew, and the further work he and his mates put forth to develop into national and Olympic champions.
Added by Jack Davison on Jun 07, 2014 5:38 PM
Jack Davison
RE: Franklin M. Strohecker
I think I told you that my grandson's father Dan Bennett lives in Mt Vernon, having been stationed at Whidbey Island until he retired to Mt Vernon. Josh lives in Bellingham since graduating from WWU and is a chef, having worked at a number of restaurants from there to Seattle and on one of the islands. My exec from the last ship I served is buried in Bellingham.

I confused myself thinking that Joseph H. Rantz of the Huskies crew that won gold at the 1946 Olympics was buried in your neighborhood, but on checking I see that he and his wife are in Sequim in Clallam County, shich I think is on the Olympic Peninsula. His life was the subject of a Really Good book, The Boys in the Boat, that told of how hard he worked as an almost orphan to survive and go to UW, where he was introduced to crew, and the further work he and his mates put forth to develop into national and Olympic champions.
Added by Jack Davison on Jun 07, 2014 4:19 PM
Jack Davison
Franklin M. Strohecker
Nice job on my classmate's memorial. I have added his Lucky Bag photo.

do you live in Mount Vernon? My son John and my son-in-law were stationed at Whidbey Island. My wife and I visited John there at tulip time, and Dan retired in Mount Vernon. Mighty pretty country around there, especially at this time of year.
Added by Jack Davison on May 06, 2014 2:59 PM
Dianne Warden
Frances Miller
Peggy,

Thanks so much for the transfer for Gustaf Henry Johnson. His wife was Frances Miller, B: 13Dec. 1890, Mt. Vernon, Skagit, Washington. Her death 3 April 1968. She is buried 100F Cemetery, Mt.Vernon, Skagit, Washington.
Thanks, D ianne
Added by Dianne Warden on Mar 03, 2014 8:15 AM
Dianne Warden
RE: Gustaf Henry Warden
Oh Peggy, I put in our last name instead of Gustaf Henry JOHNSON. I would love to have it transferred to me. Thanks so much. Dianne
Added by Dianne Warden on Mar 02, 2014 6:27 AM
Dianne Warden
Gustaf Henry Warden
Peggy, Thanks so much for the picture of my husband's grandpa. He will be so pleased when he sees this.
Added by Dianne Warden on Feb 27, 2014 4:20 PM
Nick Snider
Snider

Thanks for editing my father's name ...

Nick Snider
Surprise, AZ
Added by Nick Snider on Jan 30, 2014 6:52 PM
nancy ashley
Dallas Hendrix
thanks again for making such a nice memorial for Paul. my husband wondered if you can find his friend who died back in the 70s and is buried in the same cemetery in Sedro Woolley? his name was Dallas Hendrix. he doesn't seem to be on findagrave. his mother died last week, but her name is different.
Added by nancy ashley on Jan 30, 2014 11:50 AM
nancy ashley
RE: Paul Bryson #123376530
you did a really nice job. if you don't mind looking up the Brysons and linking them, that would be great. thank you so much.
Added by nancy ashley on Jan 18, 2014 2:18 PM
nancy ashley
Paul Bryson #123376530
thank you for entering my husband's brother, Paul. will you please link him to their mother, Barb Bryson, #26506036, and to Pauls's father. Spencer Bryson. Spencer is linked to Barb, his # is there. thank you
Added by nancy ashley on Jan 17, 2014 3:03 PM
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