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|Kerry Moser||RE: William Gilmore|
That is fine.. 2 of us worked on him.. I couldn't find a thing, then Mike got on it and found that the military info was wrong. Then I got a message back from a gal who had research on the family and no info for him... what a deal.. that that much info from the newspaper was so wrong..
|Chris Klauer||Horace H Brooks|
Wondering if you know any other information on Horace H Brooks 29493741? He is buried in the Viola Cemetery. I have seen where an M Brooks owns the plot and that a Sara Brooks is also buried there. Looking to figure out parents for Horace!
Thank you so much!
|jeannette rook||Just one Holdout|
I have been working the Woodhouse Genealogy with lots of success and there is just one holdout. On Caroline's daughter
Winifred Wanda Arla Watkins
So I have been working with the person who created the findagrave.com memorial. So I am hoping she pushes the edited tabs.
Jeannette K. Rook
|4psandapug||Purnell Grave Photos|
Thank you so much for taking photos of my great great grandparent's graves.
|Pat S||Campbell Picture|
Thank you for the picture of Susan Campbell's grave. I am doing research for my sister-in-law and this will help.
Added by Pat S on Jan 06, 2015 5:50 PM
I'm thinking her maiden name is Brown, and Wilkins was a remarriage when Claude Perry died.
"Minnesota, Births and Christenings, 1840-1980," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FDW5-WBL : accessed 30 December 2014), Vera Brown, 17 Aug 1893; citing Martin, Minnesota, reference 72; FHL microfilm 1,862,273.
"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MWBZ-82H : accessed 30 December 2014), Vera Perry in household of Claude F Perry, Rolling Green, Martin, Minnesota, United States; citing sheet 7B, family 122, NARA microfilm publication T625, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 1,820,844.
"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VY45-9YB : accessed 30 December 2014), Vera Perry in household of Claude Perry, Deary Election Precinct, Latah, Idaho, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 29-6, sheet 6B, family 140, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 749, NARA digital publication of T627, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
I don't have anything else to go on, it just seems reasonable.
|Terry Trackwell Kuhnau||Clark photos|
Hello, I have posted the Clark photos. I did two for Hoyt as his engraving was full of packed dirt and hard to read so I added a closeup. Hope it helps!
|Thomas L. Harman||RE: Rufus Hedges - Loren Corbin|
Thank you for the message.
Dora Ellen Vickers married Rufus K. Hedges on 13 May 1900 in Greene County, MO.
They had 3 children from this marriage. Rufus died on Jan 14, 1910 in Moscow, ID.
Dora is listed as a widow in 1910 in Moscow and again in 1920 in Greene Co., MO.
Dora married Corbin sometime after 1924, as she was listed in newspaper articles as living north of Springfield, MO.
Loren Wesley Corbin was born in MO, most likely Greene County, MO. and they moved to Spokane, WA before the 1930 census, where Dora was listed as a widow, then back to Moscow, ID in time for the 1940 census, still a widow.
I have not learned the first name of Mr. Corbin or what happened to him. Quite possible that they actually divorced instead of her being a widow, but no proof either way.
|Julie Perry||John Maguire|
Thanks so much for taking the time for my request!
|Barbara||Can you add a bio for Donald David Williams?|
The son of Taliesin and Emma Pagenhart Williams, Donald was born Sept. 20, 1906, at Rochester, Minn., where he attended school. When he was 20, he moved to Moscow and in 1927, he began working at the Moscow Post Office. He worked as a carrier for eight years and as a clerk for 3 1/2 years. On June 30, 1931 he married Edith Anna Tribble at Seattle. He worked as a carrier in Moscow for eight years and as a clerk for 31/2 years. He served for 14 1/2 years as assistant postmaster and then for two years as postmaster. He spent the last 11 years of his career as a rural mail carrier. He worked for the Moscow post office for a total of 39 years, retiring in 1965.
During World War II, he served in the U.S. Navy.
He was a member of the Methodist Church, American Legion and the Masonic Lodge and enjoyed fishing, hunting, rock collecting, visiting friends and working around his home. In recent years, he began traveling and had visited New Zealand, Australia, China and Africa.
Survivors include his wife of Moscow; a daughter, Lyndall Williams of Boise; two sons, David Williams of Redding, Calif., and Larry Williams of Post Falls, Idaho; a sister, Kathryn Rauschenberger of Batavia, Ill., seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
A sister, Ruth Passmore, and two brothers, Ed and Carl Williams, died previously.
Added by Barbara on Nov 16, 2014 11:13 AM
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