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h#KINGENKINGEN posted by Mary F. on Thursday, August 1, 2002
Looking for information on John Wilson Kingen b.abt. 1859 in Iowa. Married Ida Beall. Was in Vancouver, Washington in 1908 and 1915 when his sisters Anne Elizabeth and Mary Jane died. He died in Vancouver Dec. 26, 1942 (I have not verified the date of death). Thanks for any info. Mary F

h#KINGENKINGENp#SECRESTSECREST posted by Mary F. on Thursday, August 1, 2002
I am looking for any information on Fanny (Kingen) Secrest. Most likely born in Iowa after 1860. I don't know Mr. Secrest's given name. Fanny was shown to live in Vancouver, Washington, when her sister Anne Elizabeth died (1908) and also when her sister Mary Jane died (1915). Thanks for any info. Mary F

h#MORTERMORTER posted by Jack Morter on Thursday, August 1, 2002
Census Look-up 1880 - 1910, Clark County, William Morter and Fredrick W. Morter.

p#SCHWEIZERSCHWEIZER posted by Kathryn Andrews on Friday, August 9, 2002
Can someone provide the enumeration district number for the 1930 Federal Census, for the area of Burton Road in Clark County, Vancouver, WA. I am seeking my grandfather "Fritz" Frederick Schweizer and his wife "Marta" Martha, who lived on Burton Road at the time of the census. Thank you for your help.

h#MARSHMARSHp#USHERUSHER posted by Mary Arnold on Monday, August 19, 2002
Seeking/will share information relating to Mary E. (Usher) Marsh, named in her sister's obit in Republican City, NE, 1940, as living in Vancouver, Washington. Found in 1880 census - Mary E. Marsh, ae 26, b. Iowa, and Joseph Marsh (harnessmaker), ae 34, b. Wisconsin.

a#DOUGLASDOUGLASa#FYKEFYKEh#KELLYKELLY posted by K. Forbes on Wednesday, August 28, 2002
Looking for info. concerning location of gravesite of my great-aunt, Icy Douglas Kelly. Icy was born 1903 in Bell Co. or Falls Co., Texas. Her parents were George Henry Douglas & Nancy Deavers. Icy married a John W. Kelly (Kelley) from Skamania Co., Washington State, in Bell Co., Texas in Dec. 1924. Apparently, Icy Douglas Kelly & John W. Kelly returned to Skamania Co., WA. where they lived & worked for the next 4 or 5 years. The U.S. Census for 1930 shows Icy Douglas - -Kelly & her husband living on 1st. Street, Cames City, Clark County, WA. where they apparently worked as laborers in a nearby paper mill. Shortly after this, Icy Douglas Kelly died. Her exact date & place of death are unknown or long ago forgotten. Her family back in Texas would like to locate the location of her gravesite, which may be in or near Cames City. Appreciate any info. in this regard and esp. if someone could e-mail me the names/addresses of cemeteries in & around Cames City, Clark County, Washington State. Have already many times attempted to obtain Death Record info. on Icy Douglas Kelly, but without success. Thank you, K. Forbes

h#LOWERYLOWERY posted by Rose Marie Sartin on Saturday, August 31, 2002
I am searching for the death certificate for the following ancesters. I have written to the state of WA. and the county of Clark. Both tell me they do not have either one. William Clayton Lowery born 1837 in Claiborne Co., TN. Died 18MAY1907 in Clark Co., WA. Wife, Lydia Ann Lowery born 01AUG1837 in TN.' Died 18FEB1891 in WA., possibly Clark County. Can you please help me? I would really appreciate it. Thank you. Rose Marie Sartin

a#BOONEBOONEa#FORAKERFORAKERh#MACEMACE posted by L. J. Masters on Sunday, September 1, 2002
Lloyd Noble Foraker and Kathleen Mace had two daughters born in Clark Co., Washington: Miriam Foraker was born Feb 1896 and Ramona Foraker was born April 1899. In the 1910 Clark Co., Washington census, Lloyd Noble Foraker is shown as a widower living with his parents. I assumed his wife and children had died. Then in looking at a Clark Co., Wa book, I saw an entry: Miriam Foraker witnessed the marriage of Dorothy Foraker age 19 born Vancouver, Wa daughter of L. N. Foraker and Kathleen Mace. She married Corbett Boone born in Chicago. Did Ramona change her given name to Dorothy? Are their descendants out there of Miriam, Dorothy, Ramona?????

h#MILLERMILLERp#WHITEWHITE posted by L. J. Masters on Sunday, September 1, 2002
Margaret Inez Evelyn Miller married Rayman Stewart White about 1928 or 1929 in Clark Co., Washington or Multnomah Co., Oregon. Is there anyone in Clark Co, Washington who would be willing to perform a lookup for this marriage in Clark Co., Wa records?

a#GEORGEGEORGE posted by Sandy Carter-Duff on Wednesday, September 4, 2002
My aunt Bertha George was tragically killed by a lumber truck that lost its load. In the car also were her daughter Eileen and granddaughter. The Soc Sec death index reports her death for August, 1987 and her last known address as Vancouver, Washington. I would like a copy of her obituary and articles about the tragic accident. My father died last year so I cannot query him for more details. Thank you very much. Sandy Carter-Duff in Denver, Colorado

h#HEUERHEUER posted by Betty J. Asche on Sunday, October 6, 2002
Am searching for information on Louis F. Heuer. He lived in Washougal, Wa at one time early 1900,s and had a brick contractors buisness. The buisness card i found says . L. Heuer C. Heuer Louis F. heuer& Son CONTRACTORS OF BRICK WORK

a#BANZERBANZER posted by Urvin F. Banzer Jr. on Wednesday, October 16, 2002
Family search for John U. Banzer he was my greatgrand father my grandfather was L. Francis {frank} Banzer

Seeking any information on a great-uncle believed to be buried in Camas. Martin Luther Wright was born abt. 1872 in Mercer County, Missouri. Parents were David Wright and Sarah Rebecca (Hashman) Wright. He had two sisters, Samantha Jane (Wright) Barber and Mary Emily (Wright) Coddington, and three half-brothers, Cyrus Benjamin Sanders, Newton Jasper Sanders, and Walter S. Sanders. Martin's wife was Euretha (maiden name unknown), and they had a son, Vernon, and possibly other children. Euretha is likely buried in the same place as Martin. Any information would be appreciated.

a#FRAMEFRAME posted by Deedee Bowers-Frame on Tuesday, November 5, 2002
I am trying to locate uncles who may have lived in Vancouver, WA, circa 1935-1941. Are there any city directories, and if so, are there any Frame listings? Specifically, I am looking for information on Alice M. Frame, Lessy A. Frame or Wilbur Frame. Alice died in Vancouver, WA, in June, 1941; Lessey died in Kitsap County in 1970, but his last residence is listed as Clark County. Wilbur was last seen in 1920 in California. Can anyone help me?

a#BARLOWBARLOWh#MERRILLMERRILLp#ROCKETTROCKETT posted by Marilyn Houghton on Wednesday, November 6, 2002
I am looking for the descendants of Robert David Rockett who lived both in Vancouver and Fern Prairie. He died in 1871 and left four children orphaned. I am looking for the descendants of Clara Jane Rockett Merrill and William Rockett's daughter, Lola Rockett Barlow.

h#OFLAHERTYOFLAHERTY posted by Gloria Snyder on Wednesday, November 13, 2002
Looking for descendents of James E O'Flaherty. He moved to Clark co early 1870's with wife Ellen Cavanagh. Nine children born to this couple, 3 died as infants, two died unmarried. Mary (b abt 1865 IA) and Maud (b 1883 WA) married but now missing. James (b abt 1868 IA) Henry(b abt 1877 WA) missing.

h#HASHMANHASHMANp#SANDERSSANDERSp#WRIGHTWRIGHT posted by John R. Sanders on Monday, November 25, 2002
Seeking any information on Martin Luther Wright, born abt. 1870 in either Missouri or Iowa. Parents were David Wright (b. Rhode Island) and Sarah Rebecca Hashman (b. Ohio). Their other children were Samantha Barber and Mary Emily Barber. After David's death, Sarah married James Madison Sanders (b. Indiana). They had three sons - Cyrus, Newton, and Walter Sanders. Martin's wife was Euretha (last name unknown). Their children were Vernon, Arthur, Glen, Orrin, and Ruby. Family information is that Martin is buried in Camas, Clark County.

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