Mary Huss---HIRSCHEY---February 4, 2004
I just found that my grandmother's half brother, Moses Henri Hirschey born June 29, 1867, lived in the Chinook, Washington and died August 9, 1936 isburied at Ilwaco Cemetery in Ilwaco, WA, Pacific County. On the 42-page listing of the people buried there, Moses is listed as: Moses H. Herschy1867 - 1936. There is also a Henry Moses listed who died 2/23/1987; his ashes were set at sea. Could this have been a son of Moses? There is aPaulina Herschy listed who died the same day as Henry Moses and who also was cremated. Could this be Mose’s daughter-in-law. There was also a JosephHerschy listed who also died in 1936 and a Henry Herschy with no dates. I didn't think Moses had married. I am looking for descendents of Moses Henri. Also, I'm wondering if the spelling of Herschy is deliberate or a mistake as the family name is Hirschey. Also Moses Henri Hirschey had a sister, named Lena, Lucia or Lina whose married name was Raiser. She lived in Chinook, Washington. I just found her married name in her mother's obituary and am trying to find out her husband's name, whether she had any children and their names and any living descendants whom I could share our family history with.
Janice Haan---DALHMAN---February 16, 2004
I am searching for a birth record for an Earl DAHLMAN who was born in February 1892 in South Bend, Washington. His parents were Martin DAHLMAN and Lorene or Lorena (unknown last name). I'm hoping there is a birth record that someone might check. Martin was my great-grandfather. His eldest daughter from his first marriage was my grandmother. I'd appreciate any help someone might be able to give me. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth Schmitt---EDBERG---April 1, 2004
Looking for information on descendants of an (Isaac) Edward Edberg. He was born in Mustasaari parish, Vasa, Finland in 1891, son of Isak Gabrielsson Edberg and Anna Mathilda Olsdotter Kulla. He emigrated to the United States arriving NY on 28 Jun 1912 on the Mauritania. He was registered for the WW I draft in Shoshone Co., ID in 1917.
He lived in South Bend, Washington in 1930 when a Finnish choir visited the US. He was listed as one of its sponsors.
Dory Chase--SMITH/HAWKES/HAYES/MARSHALL/RICHARDSON---June 30, 2004
Almoran, b. 31 Mar 1810,
d.2 May 1875, age 65y1m1d, f/o Isaac, was shipwright (boat builder), arr Pacific
SMITH, Isaac, b. 29 Aug 1840, d.11 Aug 1889, m1. Elizabeth Miranda "Lib" (
SMITH, Richard, d. 1903, age 17y, d. appendicitis, s/o Isaac and Mary, nickname: Dick
Smith (listed above) is my great grandfather & had at least two children (my
grandfather Henry & a daughter who they called Oly). My grandfather
had four children by two different marriages. Henry ? the oldest is my
uncle, Don Lonzo is my father, Richard Scott (died of cancer) and Terri Faye.
Any information would be appreciated---THANK YOU!
Bill Rice---RICE---July 21, 2004
for information on Billy Rice, b. 1923, Lebam, WA.
John Payne---TEAGUE---October 16, 2004
Looking for information on Edward Napoleon TEAGUE, born February 1870 in Madison Co., NC, the son of Edward TEAGUE and Louise Matilda ROBERTS. On 7 January 1897 he married Lilly TEAGUE in Madison Co. She was born in November 1878 in Madison Co., the daughter of Robert Stokes TEAGUE and Eliza M.PLEMMONS. (Robert Stokes TEAGUE and Edward TEAGUE were first cousins, grandsons of Edward TEAGUE and Elizabeth PAINE of Buncombe Co., NC.) On the 1920 census of Pacific County, Washington, page 161 Edward N. TEAGUE is listed with his family. Edward and Lilly had the following known children: (1) Edward F. TEAGUE, born December 1898; (2) Robert TEAGUE, born ca 1900; (3) John TEAGUE, born 21 March 1903, died April 1967 in Grays Harbor Co., WA; (4) R_______ (daughter) TEAGUE, born ca 1907; (5) Betsy (?) TEAGUE, born ca 1908 in Oregon; (6) William TEAGUE, born 5 February 1913, died July 1980 in Grays Harbor Co., WA; (7) Melvin TEAGUE, born 24 January 1915 in OR, died 23 April 1989 in Lincoln Co., OR; and Mary TEAGUE, born ca 1917 in WA. Any information on this family would be appreciated.
Jane Kirkpatrick---GIESY---December 7, 2004
I am interested in information about Emma Wagner Giesy and/or Christian Giesy who both came to Pacific County in 1853 as part of the early group sent from Bethel, Missouri to form a colony.
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