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Craig Steepy (#47212917)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 28 days
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Bio Photo I have been a family history enthusiast for nearly 20 years and enjoy assisting others with their research. My geographic area of expertise is Lewis County, WA but can be available for other SW Washington Counties as well.
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Eddie Edmondson
Raymond Steepy Grave Photo
You need to contact the Mount Pleasant Cemetery directly to obtain the plot number and location. Their information is not publicly available (I canít go look it up myself). They will find information for up to 3 graves without charge. Once you have the location, you can send the info to me and then I can go try to take a photograph.

Eddie Edmondson
edmondson0903@gmail.com
Added by Eddie Edmondson on May 28, 2016 3:55 PM
Gerry Jean
RE: Charles Steepy Photos
Craig ... you're very welcome!
Added by Gerry Jean on Apr 05, 2016 11:38 PM
Carrie and Allen 💕
RE: Correction Please
Done, thanks!
Added by Carrie and Allen 💕... on Apr 03, 2016 7:20 PM
Kristie Lana (Reynolds) Davis
barbers in Chehalis, Jim Clampitt and Joe Reynolds
Hi Craig, I found your online posting listing Jim Clampitt as a barber in Chehalis. Joseph Coleman Reynolds is my father also a barber in Chehalis...

Recently I found this newspaper article about my father and has Jim Clampitt mentioned.

CHEHALIS. WASHINGTON THE CHEHALIS BEE-NUGGET, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1928.

"OPENS NEW BARBER SHOP. J. C. Reynolds, one of the best known barbers in Chehalis, and who has been a resident of the city and worked at his trade for the past 14 years, is opening a modern barber shop in the Columbus block, on Boistfort street, at the rear of H. C. Coffman's office. He expects to be ready for business tomorrow, Saturday, if his equipment can be placed in time. Mr. Reynolds was for seven years in partnership in business in Chehalis with James Clampitt. He is an experienced barber, and advertises to do bobbing, marcelling, etc., specializes in children's hair cutting, and all other kinds of barber work."


My father was born in 1892 yet I am in my 40s. I am from his 3rd family. I have a copy of a barbershop photo that was posted in a Lewis County book sent to me by the Lewis County Historical Society under an interview by my Aunt Amanda (Reynolds) Strickland. It is on page 350 of
"The History of Lewis County, WA" Chehalis, Lewis County Historical Society, 1985. and it is possible that Jim Clampitt is in the photo with my father. Amanda dated the picture 1918 but I think it could be a few years after that.

I found you from your 2000 family tree posting...still working on how you are related to him but maybe through his daughter's husband's family??? by any chance do you have any pictures of Mr. Clampitt for comparison?

James Rice Clampitt, born January 27, 1895 in Morganville, Kansas; died March 25, 1945 in Lewis County,WA. I see that Jim Clampitt is buried in Section B of the Claquato Cemetery. JC Reynolds father, my grandfather (same name) is also buried there. take care! sincerely, Kristie
Added by Kristie Lana (Reynolds) ... on Sep 19, 2014 6:04 PM
Wild West Division
Henry Jacobson
Craig,
Many thanks for the nice marker photo for Henry Jacobson in Alpha Cemetery fulfilled April 12th. Your efforts in honoring this fallen American hero are greatly appreciated.
Warm Regards,
Woody
Added by Wild West Division on Aug 06, 2013 11:48 PM
Toasterwoman
RE: Steepy Family
Email on the way. Whoo-Hooo!
Added by Toasterwoman on Jul 02, 2013 9:51 AM
Toasterwoman
Steepy Family
Hi..I'm working on my daughter-in-laws family tree over at Ancestry. She's a Steepy. Samuel and Catherine were her 4th great-grandparents. You two must be related, but I have no idea how at this point. The tree is still a work in progress.

I have an account here as Toasterwoman. Any way we can contact each other?

Thanks for all the work you've done, it's been a huge help to me.
Added by Toasterwoman on Jun 30, 2013 9:52 PM
Christine Hempel Weaver
RE: R/Mintle Families
I am on Ancestry currently. I think it's a wonderful idea.

caw
Added by Christine Hempel Weaver on Jun 11, 2013 7:16 AM
Christine Hempel Weaver
RE: R/Mintle Families
Husband's line:

Philip Mintle (1750-1813) & Catherine Unknown (1752-1800)
Jacob Mintle (1777-1860) & Mary Peak(e)( ? - 1865)
Mary Mintle (1809-1891) & John A. McGinnis (1799-1879)
Mary Elizabeth McGinnis (1832-1916) & William Riley Huston (1829-1880)
Aaron Mintle Huston (1860-1950) & Emma Thrush (1865-1929)
Adda Ellan Huston (1894-1976) & Edward Loder Weaver (1889-1951)
Richard Franklin Weaver (1915-1998) & Dorothy Jane Compton (1917-2009)
My husband.

Jacob and Mary Peake left NJ and ended up in OH and the rest of them ended up in IN and OH.
I just started chasing the Mintles. When I saw all the Steepy/Mintle intermarriages and your name I was thrilled.
Are you willing to help me put together family groups?
Added by Christine Hempel Weaver on Jun 10, 2013 8:42 PM
Christine Hempel Weaver
Steepy/Mintle Families
Working on the Mintle side of my husband's family and found the Steepy family.

I have been doing family genealogy research for over 30 years.

Would you be interested in communicating?
Added by Christine Hempel Weaver on Jun 10, 2013 7:56 PM
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