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Mr. Jean Coston (#47615684)
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My mother named me after Jean Val Jean, her favorite charector in LaMiz.
I submit obit info to, Obituary Daily Times. So far over 199,400 and to the Tombstone Project. I walk a cemetery in West Seattle and seven cemeteries in Grays Harbor County.
I also work on the Coston Family History (genealogy)which I turning over to my nephew.
If anyone needs obits from WA newspapers, both in print or out of print, please email me at
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Terry Trackwell Kuhnau
RE: Carrie Flom
The grounds crew did that for the headstones I asked to be raised. It will eventually sink again without a foundation.
Added by Terry Trackwell Kuhnau on Sep 21, 2015 1:45 PM
Terry Trackwell Kuhnau
Carrie Flom
Her headstone was buried and when unearthed was found to be a worn concrete brick. It is just possible to see parts of her name, dates and the word Mother off to the left side
Added by Terry Trackwell Kuhnau on Sep 17, 2015 6:13 PM
Hello, I added the photos for Harold & Louise. I created a memorial for Louise and added a photo there also. If this is your family or even special to you let me know and I will transfer it to you. I hope the photo was helpful to you.
Added by Khopper on Sep 14, 2015 8:26 PM
Jeri Herbert
RE: Anna Knudsen
I was wondering whether there might be one in that area, as it said 'new Washington cemetery' & Washington Memorial Park was new in 1931. I hope someone finds a marker for her.
Added by Jeri Herbert on Sep 14, 2015 7:33 PM
Paul Everitt
RE: Gail Jones
Originally the area was called Half Moon Creek but the U.S.P.O said that was too long for them to use. Eventually they settled on the backwards spelling of the name of one of the area's early settlers. Her name was Mabel, thus Lebam.
Added by Paul Everitt on Sep 12, 2015 9:26 AM
Stephen Kronberg
RE: C. Tracy
Jean - My email was reminder about the photo request for C. Tracy. OK?
Added by Stephen Kronberg on Sep 11, 2015 1:17 AM
Paul Everitt
RE: Gail Jones
You're welcome. Only get through Lebam about once a year so timing was right. By the way, do you know how Lebam got its name?
Added by Paul Everitt on Sep 09, 2015 5:55 PM
Annie Peek
Nancy Marie Winnings
Thank you for the obit, including the source! It's been posted to the memorial.
Added by Annie Peek on Sep 08, 2015 4:31 PM
Paul Everitt
RE: Lloyd Ruthiford
Nope. She passed away in 1908 but the marker just never got engraved. And, thanks but the photos on his and hers F-A-G pages were taken by someone else.
Added by Paul Everitt on Sep 08, 2015 1:37 PM
Kasz Maciag
RE: Frank Mckeown
Statistically, obits have the highest percentage of error. Learned this year's ago in journalism classes. So, doesn't surprise me at all.
Added by Kasz Maciag on Sep 04, 2015 9:49 AM
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