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Pat Ellingson (#47078246)
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RE: Nathaniel Bennett family
Hi Pat-

I think I found Lois. She either divorced Amiel Lamke, or something happened to him (but I find he died after she did), and she married a second time to John Edward Lee in Snohomish Co. WA on 03 Dec 1909. Marriage cert #25824. So that explains why she is not seen in the 1910 census with her three children and Amiel. I just wonder if Ida married Amiel Lamke but have not found a record yet. So believe the 1910 is in error on Ida's name.

Then, I do find a Lois Lee who died on 12 Feb 1914, at the age of 36, in Spokane, WA. So the date of death matches the date you had info on.

I will search for John and Lois Lee next!

Added by Tami on Oct 04, 2015 6:34 PM
RE: Nathaniel Bennett family
Hi Pat-

so interesting! Ida - if she is the same Ida who took care of the children of Lois - died in 1913. She was buried on 04 May 1913. When do you have that Ida took care of the children? It sounds like Ida died before Lois, but maybe there are two named Ida, related. Ida, daughter of Nathaniel Bennett, married Ulysses Ayers. He died in 1909.

I will look for information on Lois. Are you related? I am not, but just photographing Block 15 at the cemetery and ran across the Bennetts information in the cemetery, and wanted to add info. I will check this week after the rain goes away, and see if there is a marker for Nathaniel's wife. I am hoping to find him also. I will dig out my notes on them and see what else I can find-

Edmonds, WA
Added by Tami on Sep 17, 2015 11:17 PM
Kim Webb
RE: Roland Blair
Thanks, I am new at this
Added by Kim Webb on Jul 07, 2015 6:52 PM
Kim Webb
Roland Blair
Is this a relative? I think he is my great-great grandfather. If not a relative would you transfer to me. If is a relative would love any information. Thanks!!
Added by Kim Webb on Jul 06, 2015 7:21 PM
M. C. Best - Willie
Find A Grave Memorial# 13500815 Roland
Find A Grave Memorial# 13500815 Roland
Added by M. C. Best - Willie on Apr 28, 2015 8:26 AM
M. C. Best - Willie
Roland G Longueville
Roland G Longueville
Can you please put a copy of the joint gravemarker with his wife on his memorial?
Added by M. C. Best - Willie on Apr 28, 2015 8:25 AM
RE: James Justin
I submitted an edit also, for the birthplace of James Justin. Perhaps you have different information, but his obituary says he was born before they family arrived in Stearns County.
Added by kandota on Jan 27, 2015 3:17 PM
William Prussman Photo Request
Pat, yesterday I claimed your photo request for William Prussman at the Holyoke Cemetery. Unfortunately William was not on the cemetery directory, probably because his death was so recent. There are six Prussmans on the directory and I will return at another time to investigate those plots. It was getting late in the day and the snow was a hindrance. I will unclaim your request in case someone else wants to search, I live 60 miles away from Holyoke so it may be a month or two before I can get back. Pezchild
Added by Pezchild on Dec 29, 2014 8:35 AM
Dan Dreifuerst
Hi Pat,

You told Carol Bayuk I should go to findagrave for genealogy info. I told her that I am also an active contributor in findagrave. I see you have a comparable number of memorials and photos to what I have done. I just finished a big project in Johnsburg, Wi.

Dan Dreifuerst
Added by Dan Dreifuerst on Nov 08, 2014 9:10 AM
Larry Hagemann
Sister Methodia OSB in Cottonwood ID
Thank you for such a nice narrative for Sister Methodia on her family, his history, and her love of the work that she undertook. So few of the sisters buried there have such a nice writeup. Well done and thank you.
Added by Larry Hagemann on Oct 21, 2014 12:29 PM
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