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Michael (#47420586)
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Bio Photo I am part of the family's third generation in Tacoma, Washington. My Grandfather on my Mother's side settled here from Poland raising 9 children on their eastside Tacoma farm. My Mother was the second youngest. I am one of her 6 grown children. I have maintained the family gravesites at Calvary Cemetery for as long as I can remember and will continue to do so. Several years ago I was part of a project to establish the family tree. That project finished, I am working on transferring that information onto Find-A-Grave.
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colette harrison
Janey H Ward
Janey H Ward Holst, it states she was married twice which is not correct. My grandmother, Janey, was only married once to my grandfather, Christian Holst. Also, Christian's death date should read 1946.

thank you she was adopted
Added by colette harrison on Dec 01, 2013 5:23 AM
Doris Holst
Janey Ward Huxtable Holst
I make need to make a correction. Janey was my husbands grandmother! Sorry for the error.
Added by Doris Holst on Nov 23, 2013 7:22 AM
Doris Holst
Janey Ward Huxtable Holst
Janey was not married two times. Her mother, Mary Ann Foust Ward, died in 1881. In 1885 Janey was adopted by Lydia Foust Huxtable. Lydia was Janey's aunt and sister of Mary Ann Foust Ward. Janey married Christian Holst. Janey was my husbands father.
Added by Doris Holst on Nov 23, 2013 7:19 AM
Scott Megow
Daniel Harrington
Hello, I went to look for the Daniel Harrington Stone and could not find it. I then went to the local Historical Society, who did a complete tombstone transcription for that cemetery, and I found that there is no listing for a Daniel Harrington. But, There was a listing for a Timothy Harrington, son of Daniel Harrington, which I have added to Find A Grave. I then went back to the cemetery and found the Timothy stone and next to that was a unmarked stone which could be Daniel. I have pictures of both but will let you make the decision if the unmarked one is for Daniel.

Thanks
Scott
Added by Scott Megow on Jun 16, 2012 12:03 PM
Jo
Beardemphl
I'm sorry, but I'm not related to the Beardemphls. His obituary was posted in the Daily Plainsman or the Redfield (I forget which) and I created his entry from it.
Added by Jo on Jun 11, 2012 5:29 PM
Jo
Beardemphl
I'm sorry, but I'm not related to the Beardemphls. His obituary was posted in the Daily Plainsman or the Redfield (I forget which) and I created his entry from it.
Added by Jo on Jun 11, 2012 5:22 PM
Chad Eugene Schneider
RE: Beardemphl
You are welcome....and have you checked your email? There are more photos there.
Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Jun 05, 2012 10:12 PM
Bil Holway
RE: Dean's
Glad I was able to help. It's my pleasure.
Added by Bil Holway on Jun 01, 2012 2:47 AM
Liane
Harrington Photo
I saw your request and went over to find her marker. Turned out it was part of the vase so I missed it on my first photo taking rounds. I tried to remove the vase from its base but it wouldn't cooperate so I left it be. Someone had placed fresh roses that I had to remove from the water to take the photo, but I put them back.
Added by Liane on May 28, 2012 9:24 PM
 

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