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SSToone (#48079499)
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Bio Photo I am a stay at home Mom - I have a 5 and 2 year old! I graduated from BYU in 2007 with a degree in History Teaching w/ a coaching minor. I played basketball in high school and love playing if I get the chance.

I am very interested in Family History and I use it as a good stress reliever! Malachi 4:5-6.

I would be very pleased to have any corrections + further information - I love having as much detail as possible! Feel free to request a transfer of family members to your care!
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Lydia Kirchoff -121864372
I have added your requested information. Would you like a transfer. I added several memorials to St Paul while I was looking for a photo request. Jo
Added by JoCart on Jul 15, 2014 3:56 AM
Nettie & Peter Faherty
I would be happy to fulfill your photo request - would you call the cemetery to get the burial location?
There are over 11,000 graves there and without a location, it is difficult to find your request.
The phone number is 509-926-2753 - and there is no charge to obtain the location contrary to the description on
I fulfill requests regularly there and will get you the photo if you can supply the grave location to me. Please email info

Thank you
Added by IdaKhat on Jun 02, 2014 9:29 PM
Susan Harms
RE: George Leo Wynhoff
I did remove George from Find a Grave. I have pictures of the "other" George if you want.
My email is Just let me know. I live pretty close to Sherman (80) miles, but go to the area often. Can I do some more searching for you?
Added by Susan Harms on Jun 02, 2014 9:16 AM
Alice Gosnell-Pynaker
RE: Lucy Kister Loppnow

I no longer have the image on my computer, but when I go out in that area I will stop and take a closer look at the stone.
Added by Alice Gosnell-Pynaker on May 19, 2014 8:08 PM
Pam Newcomer
RE: Lester Cemetery
Hi Stephanie!
Not notified yet, so, so glad you could add the names and yes add the one from Lizard Lake, it's the only mention that person will ever get, plus if there was any story with any of them. Thank you again for taking the time to do this. What is the name of the Lester book? Is it one of those loose leaf books? Do you know is there any way to get a copy? Who wrote it?
Added by Pam Newcomer on Feb 03, 2014 5:06 PM
Pam Newcomer
Gert Murphy
PS again...
I read your bio, funny, Gert coached basketball WAY back in the day, I have a picture SOMEWHERE of her & her girls! She loved basketball!
Added by Pam Newcomer on Jan 20, 2014 2:58 PM
Pam Newcomer
That is Gertrude Murphy in the profile picture, we both have on white sweaters (I'm the younger one!)
Added by Pam Newcomer on Jan 20, 2014 2:55 PM
Pam Newcomer
RE: Lester Cemetery
Wonderful Stephanie! Is your great uncle Bob Stafford or one of the Magees? I've been meaning to call my cousin & get Bob's number (procrastinator). Tell him I said hi, if you talk to him. I never thought to ask the gate guys...duh! Gert and them were always talking history. YES, they need their place in history. I was up 2 years ago, but could not find a trace, I used to be able to see the wire rusted fence on the ground, but when the put in that spur they bulldozed everything up. Gert went out & stopped them & told them they couldn't put the spur there because it was a cemetery so they moved down a bit. Glad you are on Find A Grave....I love it!
Added by Pam Newcomer on Jan 20, 2014 2:53 PM
RE: Evelyn Treloar
If you have a Seattle Public Library Card you can access the Seattle Times Archives with the card number and your pin. Take a look at the Databases section.

If you do not live in the Seattle area check out your own library. Look at the Database section to see if they subscribe to GenealogyBank. This vendor also offers access to the Seattle Times Archives. If your library offers it you can access it with your library card number and your pin.

If you have a city library and a county library check the databases for both. Many subscribe to Heritage Quest, Newspaperarchive, GenealogyBank, etc. Your tax dollars pay for these databases so you may as well use them.

Good luck!
Added by SLGMSD on Dec 02, 2013 8:50 PM
marianne zaugg
Peder Christian Jensen
So I transferred it to you. I hope you can figure out how to link it to all the kids let me know if you need their links. Thanks!
Added by marianne zaugg on Oct 08, 2013 6:56 PM
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