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Tami (#47028054)
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Bio Photo Happy Summer everyone! I look forward to helping you all out here in Washington State. Let me know if you would like some helps!

Some have asked about my father - My father's service was this past week (July), and thank you all for your previous comments about Dad and his 14 year battle with Alzheimer's Disease. He was a great Christian man. Full of kindness, very compassionate, gentle and humble. He will be so missed by all of us four children, 14 grand children, 20 great grand children, and 3 great great grand children. Dad -- Your legacy of family, love, and compassion, will live on in our hearts forever.

Dad is now pain free. My beloved Dad was Leonard L. Rodig, #164857784.

GREAT NEWS - Our Tombstone Project has been launched. What an amazing project we have begun, with adding markers to unmarked graves in our Snohomish County, Washington cemeteries! Thank you all for your interest in our project. We are looking for donations for headstones for unmarked graves! Wonderful community outreach and focus on historical preservation! Stay tuned for future information on our project!

My love for family history came from my parents and my grandmothers, Elsie Stockham and Minnie Rodig. Both of my Idaho grandmothers wrote down birth dates and death dates, and kept detailed family letters. And Mother loved to stop by every country cemetery she saw, while on their camping travels. They traveled around the country looking for family graves and new relatives. And had many exciting stories to share, and met wonderful families.

When we discovered that the Oregon Trail went through our Stockham family farm in Idaho, my love of history grew. And with it, sharing stories of my family and how they came west. What brave families to pioneer West!

I continue to hunt for family lines and fill in the blank spaces. Some of the families I am researching are Allen, Rodig, Franklin, Stabbal, Morgel, Stockham, Jones, Lynch, Follon/Fallon, Spangler, Quick, Smith, Johnson, Sherrill, Ferguson, Hamilton, Davis, Crawford, Gardiner, Blick (deBlieck) and Hensley.

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Alan & Gayle (Rathbun) Weiss
RE: Lucile Nelson
Thank you Tami for your note and assistance. Lucile and the other Baby are 1st cousins of mine but this branch has lots of loose ends yet to work on, and only one remaining of the 10 children in this Nelson branch. If you don't happen to have the photo, we will stopping at Evergreen late this coming spring to "visit" with our families and take additional missing photos. We return to Everett for a short period each year before continuing our travels elsewhere. Thanks again, Alan Weiss
Added by Alan & Gayle (Rathbun) We... on Dec 03, 2016 8:16 PM
Bradley Pierson
RE: Julius and John
Hey Tami! That would be so amazing if you could transfer the Hedrick's you have to me and if you could send me emails of the photos. I truly appreciate it so much and love to encounter such nice people like yourself. What a shame to hear that some of the headstones go missing! I sure hope this isn't the case with ours! As well, you were saying this one was buried? How far down was it and how did you know that it was there? Thats so exciting to hear! Thanks again!

Added by Bradley Pierson on Nov 28, 2016 11:33 PM
Bradley Pierson
RE: Julius and John
Hey Tami!

Thank you so much for those photos! I have been searching for the burial place of these people for so long and it is so amazing to finally have the photos of their headstones!

Thank you so much!

Added by Bradley Pierson on Nov 27, 2016 2:11 PM
David M. Habben
RE: Chaffee Sr.
I'm sorry, but I am not related nor have any other information. The photos I took at the cemetery were random.
Added by David M. Habben on Nov 24, 2016 11:22 PM
Georgia Alice Treadwell Myron 124096265
added some links
Added by Kerry on Nov 24, 2016 3:07 PM
Cynthia Henson
Name: Cynthia Ann Henson
[Cynthia Ann Qualls]
Gender: Female
Birth Date: abt 1833
Death Date: 5 Sep 1910
Age at Death: 77
Death Location: Edmonds, Snohomish, Washington
Father: Brice Qualls
Mother: Mary Storey
**Record Source: Washington State Death Records**
Added by Pamela on Nov 22, 2016 10:39 PM
RE: Victor Broo - Evergreen Cem
Sorry, only the pic of the memorial stone, as on that memorial number
Added by scottsheat on Nov 17, 2016 2:45 PM
RE: Sarah I Walt
I have not found a place of marriage for James and Katherine(/) Turner. Probably 1874 or earlier based o Sarah's DOB
Most of the Census records show her POB at NewYork.
Her last name could also be Slader, Slater or Slyghter or ?
Catherine Slater born @1840 New York, residing in 1850, 1860 Sheldon, Wyoming County, Ny. possible lead.
She may have been residing near siblings Elizabeth, Daniel, MaryAnn at some point in a Nebraska State or Federal Census?.

I apologize for not responding sooner, have been away from this for a while

Added by S.H.A. on Nov 16, 2016 10:45 PM
Jimmy Magnusson
RE: Peter Lystedt
It is okey for me if he is named as Peter Lystedt but he is baptirt as Per. It is very common that the Swedish name is adapted to the english language (anglified). So again, it is okey for me.
Lystedt-family are related to my paternal grandmother.

Best regards / Jimmy Magnusson
Added by Jimmy Magnusson on Oct 23, 2016 10:39 AM
Terra McDavid
So happy
Thank you for helping to unite a long lost brother!!!
Added by Terra McDavid on Oct 23, 2016 6:44 AM
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