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Jeanne Duffey (#22553813)
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Bio Photo Jeanne(Glaspey)is working on her father's family the Glaspey/Doty/Bader's and her mother's family Lee/Wiley/Evans. They were all around the Palouse country for a number of years.
I have really appreciated this site and really appreciate the people that come to this site and share their information. I have found family here on so many different occasions. It is also nice to visit family and leave flowers.
I have moved away from the area so it is a nice way to keep in touch.
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RE: Memorial# 7194681
Mom is still going strong. She had her own battle with Cancer several Years ago - Lung Cancer. They cut it out successfully. She didn't have to go through Chemo. No sign of it returning.
You take care of yourself, you hear!?!?!
Added by Netta on Jun 14, 2016 4:09 AM
L. Fisher
Otis "Wayne" Doty 91944838
Hi Jeanne,
I was notified by a Lee Merklin that there are two Wayne Doty memorials. I added mine in April of 2012 (memorial 88788174) and you added yours in June of 2012(memorial 91944838). They do appear to be the same person. Lee Merklin would like me to consolidate the two memorials. How would you like to do this? I could delete my memorial but I have him linked to his wife and I have a closer photo of the headstone. Let me know what you would like me to do please. It looks like the Doty is in your family line. They are no relation to me.
Thank you,
Added by L. Fisher on Jan 08, 2016 5:02 PM
Sally Jarvis
Memorial# 5080690
I submitted a correction for the death place of Charles Wesley Doty, but I wanted to give you a citation for the information, and there was no way to do that on the edit screen.

See Washington State Death Records:

Parents names are given on this record so I am sure it is the same person. He was probably in the hospital in Spokane but lived in Kamiah where he is buried.
Added by Sally Jarvis on Dec 05, 2015 2:52 PM
Memorial# 7194681
Jeanne, Much as it tickles me to see Brunetta Irene Lingg Lee, she was actually named Burnetta Irene Lingg. I get my Name spelled her way all the Time!
Brunetta Lafara Lingg
Saint Helens, Oregon
Added by Netta on Nov 11, 2013 3:22 AM
Jeanne Duffey
There is a Jeanne L. Duffey who passed away February 1, 1996 in New York. Is this the Jeanne who has this site? I have never had her answer my e-mails. Hopefully it isn't her.

Added by Eellitta on Aug 12, 2013 2:58 PM
Julia Dodson
oops I forgot to mention the difference in the middle name? I see you have Grundy but the paper said Grady. Just wanted to mention that.
Added by Julia Dodson on Sep 06, 2011 7:08 PM
Julia Dodson
Felix G. Nichols
Sorry this has taken me so long to get it to you but here is the rest of the information in my local papers archives about Felix. ( I think a couple of the survivors names may be misspelled but I copied it as it was written so feel free to correct something you see wrong )

Pioneer passes away, was born in covered wagon

F. G. Nichols former Roundup resident dies in Pullman, Washington

Felix Grady Nichols, father of Mrs. M.L. Markham and former
resident of the Bull Mountain district South of Roundup died in
Pullman, Washington Feb.20. The following account is taken from
the Pullman Herald.

Felix Grady Nichols aged 84 years passed away Monday afternoon at
the J.F.Cochran home at 1503 State St. Mr. Nichols was one of
Pullmans earliest pioneers having located on the farm near this city
1878, just 50 years ago. Several years ago he removed to Montana but
came back to Pullman about 8 month ago when failing health made a
continuation of active farming impossible.

He was born Nov. 16, 1843 in a covered wagon en route from Kentucky
to Missouri. He came with his parents to Oregon in 1851. He married
Sara Doty at Albion, Washington. He was a civil war veteran and a
member of G.A.R.and a member of the Christian church.

Survivors: Emery Richardson, Mrs. J. F. Michiels, Mrs. B.A.Patterson
G.G. Nichols, Mrs. Peter Stump, Mrs. M.L. Markham 16 grandchildren
2 Great Grandchildren
Added by Julia Dodson on Sep 06, 2011 7:06 PM
Julia Dodson
RE: Felix Grady Nichols
I just wanted to let you know I have not forgotten about you! When I went back to the newspaper archives to get the article of Felix I could not find it....I will check again when I am there....So so so sorry you have been waiting so long for me to get this for you.
Added by Julia Dodson on Aug 23, 2011 4:31 AM
Julia Dodson
Felix Grady Nichols
I see you made the memorial for this man and recently ran across a mention of his death in my local paper. It was pretty interesting to me so I wrote it down and thought you might want to add it to his memorial.

It said he was born in a covered wagon enroute from Kentucky to Missouri. He came to Oregon with his parents in 1851. There was more but I did not write it all down.
Added by Julia Dodson on Feb 13, 2011 2:17 PM
Annabelle Lee Glaspey
What was her maiden name?
Could you please add her dates:
b 22 Apr 1921 (where?)
d 27 Jun 1998 (where?)
This is from SSDI. Her last SS benefit was in Lowell, Lane County. That's probably where she lived?
I also have Glaspey info if you'd like to email me.
I am from the Glaspell line but I have 1 ahnentafel and 1 manuscript that is being combined thru SSDI and other websites.
Added by Carol on Oct 30, 2009 10:25 AM
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