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Ilo/Vollmer Historical Society in Craigmont is open every Wednesday. |
It is located in Craigmont City Hall Building. Take the 95 Business Loop through Craigmont and it will take you right to the Historical Society and City Park.
The Historical Society has members who love to do research, so if you need any help finding relatives, just give them a call at (208) 924-5474.
If you have any records, photos, family information, etc., we would love for you to share. Or if you have questions or suggestions, please drop me a line.
In an effort to make contact with anyone researching their Lewis County family, the Ilo-Vollmer Historical Society has chosen not to post full dates with these cemetery records, only names. Their feelings are that people often visit a website and collect the material they want without taking time to get in touch with the local historical and genealogical groups who are interested in exchanging information.
If contacted, the Ilo-Vollmer Historical Society is very willing to help genealogists with full birth and death dates. The group has over 11,000 local obituaries in addition to other records, which they will check to assist researchers find out as much as possible about their ancestors.
Many of the Lewis County cemetery records were originally collected in the late 1960's and the 1970's by Margaret Nell Longeteig, formerly of Craigmont and now of Lewiston. Her work was continued in the 1980s by Byron Bovey of Craigmont, who helped update the listings and began computerizing them, and by Shelley Thomason Kuther of Craigmont, who also helped with the updating.
Ilo-Vollmer Historical Society
PO Box 61
Craigmont, Idaho 83523
skuther AT camasnet.com
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|R Young||RE: scott kelley at craigmont cemetery|
thanks for your help
Added by R Young on Dec 12, 2014 10:49 AM
|R Young||scott kelley at craigmont cemetery|
I believe this Scott Kelley might be Harris Scott Kelley, born in iowa about 1856, son of John Kelley and Sarah Palmer Kelley who lived in Henry County, Iowa when Scott was born.
do you have anything that might touch on his parents, siblings, etc. particularly an obituary?
Added by R Young on Dec 10, 2014 2:37 PM
|Janice Dean LeMaster||RE: Joseph Broncheau 124216199|
I did not leave the info. It was left by anonymous. Yes, the new way to edit info was a great great improvement. I had sent some the old way and the contributor never did anything. Thanks for all your hard work.
|Janice Dean LeMaster||RE: Duplicates|
Thank you...think we all have done duplicates before...have a great weekend and thanks for all you do.
|Carol ||Ota Mai Poulson Bovey|
I found her mother Rosalie C. Hunter Poulson. She died in 1931 and in Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa and NOT Chicago. Her Find A Grave # is 94480859.
Added by Carol on Apr 11, 2014 5:58 PM
|Carol ||Ota Mai Poulson Bovey|
Sorry, I should have included her mother's name.
Her mother was Rosalie C. Hunter, b. 1858 in Montpelier, Blackford Co., IN, died unknown in Chicago, buried unknown
Thanks for your good work. I haven't been your way for years. I grew up in Lewiston.
Added by Carol on Apr 09, 2014 2:03 PM
Thanks for the updates and maintaining the memorials.
Added by Deb on Mar 08, 2014 10:16 PM
Added by Natalie on Feb 26, 2014 10:40 PM
I was wondering how I'd go about contacting someone at Kamiah cemetery. I want to ask about their regulations on leaving items on the head stones.
Thank you Kimberly Devereau
|Cemetery Walker||Frank William Brennan|
Thanks for the information. I added it to the memorial.
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