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L Wallien (#47253913)
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Doris Wyss
Alfred Daniel Laber
Thank you so much for posting the photo for Alfred. I would like to ask your permission to post the photo on ancestry with photo credit to yourself. Please let me know if this would be okay with you...thanks again. Doris
Added by Doris Wyss on Jun 25, 2017 1:22 PM
Marilyn Harrison
Samuel Berry Thompson
Thank you for bringing that to my attention. I have corrected the dates.
Added by Marilyn Harrison on Jan 10, 2017 11:30 AM
Karen Lansing
RE: marriage of Arthur Leon Hurd & Clara Belle Granger
After I sent you the message, I tried to find the source on-line, but can't find an active website. This is what I have in my database files: Arthur Leon Hurd married Clara Belle Granger on November 10, 1895. The marriage license was issued in Idaho City, Idaho. They were married by Dr. D. B. Tuttle, famous pioneer doctor and Justice of the Peace of Long Valley, Idaho. The marriage probably took place in the town of Van Wyck, in Long Valley, where they were living at the time. Witnesses were Ada M. Griffin and Robert Doil. Arthur and Clara built their house in the foothills just west of Van Wyck. It was built out over a small stream, with a trapdoor through which they could lower and raise milk and other foods into the clear water to keep them cool. This stream is still known as Hurd Creek.
Arthur Leon Hurd
Please let me know if you find anymore on this. Thanks so much. Karen
Added by Karen Lansing on Feb 18, 2016 6:50 PM
Karen Lansing
marriage of Arthur Leon Hurd & Clara Belle Granger
Researching my GGgrandfather, Dr. Daniel B Tuttle, I found this ..."They were married by Dr. D. B. Tuttle, famous pioneer doctor and Justice of the Peace of Long Valley, Idaho."... Wondering if you have more private information on Van Wyck at that time.
Added by Karen Lansing on Feb 17, 2016 12:41 PM
Sonia Young Francisco
RE: Josiah Locke tombstone
You are most welcome. I took my six year old daughter and my eight year old son and they helped me locate him. He is buried only a couple of miles from where we live.
Added by Sonia Young Francisco on Jul 20, 2014 6:37 PM
RE: Sadie Hawkins, etc.
Hehe....if it were the same Sadie Hawkins....what a story that would be.....She ran a conceivably should could have met a man from SF. But then I wonder, why marry and not live together? He goes back to SF and lives with Tina...the scoundrel!

The rest of what you added looked accurate. Thanks for getting it started. I only recently found this website...and it warmed my heart to see the messages left on my families pages.

If you would transfer Sadie and Marie Hawkins to me that would be good. I'd also be interested in having Edward Linn Blaine and his wife Nataliene Hawkins Blaine, and my parents Edward Hawkins Blaine and Yvonne Miller Blaine.

Added by mlb on Jun 23, 2014 7:46 PM
Sarah (Sadie) Hawkins
I'm not sure your comment about her mother Sarah Hawkins remarrying is correct. Is there anything to support that the marriage application is the same Sarah Hawkins? Directory and census records don't support that she remarried. If there is a story to fill out what I know about her that would be awesome. But if this comment is based on an assumption of it being the same person, I'd like to know that as well. Thankyou, mlb
Added by mlb on Jun 23, 2014 11:06 AM
Lisa Ellison
I did leave him/her a message. That's great---hopefully it will be permanently marked at some point.
Added by Lisa Ellison on May 03, 2014 10:29 AM
Lisa Ellison
RE: Anky Keaton
I looked everywhere. I have no doubt she's buried there, no way of knowing where. There was one grave marked "Anky Houchins", the only Anky grave in the cemetery.
Added by Lisa Ellison on May 03, 2014 10:22 AM
Mike Berrell
RE: Beardwood
Please email me then so I can reply direct.
Added by Mike Berrell on Feb 09, 2014 8:17 AM
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