|Thomas Moak (#47512799)|
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My paternal family moved to Washington State in the late 19th century from Ohio, Iowa, and Pennsylvania, while my maternal family came from Iowa and North Dakota (originally from Ireland) and Minnesota (from Germany).|
I enjoy searching in these states for my relatives and their relatives and friends.
In real life I have been a librarian for over 30 years and a politician for 20, currently a port commissioner, and formerly a state legislator, a city councilman, and mayor.
Moak, Good, Mielke, Stender, and Redmond are some of the lines I follow.
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Thank you for the cemetery name and photos! A great help.
Much appreciation and best wishes,
|BluMoKitty||Frances Mary Way Scofield|
Thank You for the burial location, it is appreciated, Regards Blumokitty
|RA Look||Ray Elton Look|
Thank you so much for linking my cousin Ray Elton Look to his parents. This is greatly appreciated and will help others researching my family line. Thank you for your Find A Grave contributions.
Ray A. Look #47243262
Added by RA Look on Apr 25, 2015 5:10 PM
|RA Look||Thomas P. and Ella M. Look|
Thank you so much for the great headstone photo of my relatives and finding the cemetery where they are buried. You’ve made my day by finding this new information for me.
Ray A. Look
Added by RA Look on Apr 18, 2015 9:04 AM
|Piper||Anna and Matilda|
Sent by: Thomas Moak
Apr 12, 2015 9:51 PM
Anna E Lamb
(1850 - 1905)
Added by Piper on Apr 15, 2015 2:26 PM
|Laura Sireci Roman||Moak Family in Greenwood Cemetery|
Hi Thomas, I just saw your edits for the Moak family memorials in Greenwood Cemetery and accepted them. Please let me know if you'd like me to transfer the memorials to you. I added them so their family members could find them after I took a trip to the cemetery. I will be going back soon to get more pictures, so feel free to submit a photo request for any memorials you'd like pictures for as well. Laura
|Delila Duffy||dup of 46801568|
I appreciate your concern over a possible duplication of this (& others at this cem.) It in fact is the original. Other contributors neglected to do proper research & I presume they listed them in the adjoining cemetery of St. John's Lutheran.
I always research cemetery's before listing memorials.
At some point these other researchers find out their mistake and then change the cemetery on their listed memorials.
|April D. (Gonzales) Barr||RE: Swisher|
Thank you for your reply. Since you are also related like me, have you been able to confirm or dismiss the rumored service of Christopher/Christian D.Swisher in the War Between the States?
|April D. (Gonzales) Barr||Swisher|
Hello! In a contributing bio for Christian Dice Swisher members #70237215 on 22 May 2011 buried in Wynooche cemetery, Montesano, Gray's Harbor County, Washington you included what seems like a newspaper obit for him. May I ask which newspaper? I would like a copy for my files for he is my husband's g-g-grandfather. Thank you.
|Cindy Lovell & Steve Hols||John N. Foster's stone|
Tom, I don't know if you might want it for your record but we had a perfect day for a new photo of John N. Foster's stone and have placed it on his memorial. F.A.G. 32346299
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