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Queries :: 1998 - February 2000

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Number Surname Message Contact Date
20-02 Yates Am searching for info on my grandfather George Smith YATES who worked at Old Faithful Lodge where my mother Rebecca Revanda YATES was born Feb 17/18, 1917. Sylvia 02/12/2000
20-01 Peterson Listing of employment for Charles Peterson Marty 01/11/2000
99-09 Woodward I am looking for my grandfathers parents & siblings. His name is John William Woodward - wifes name is Kate Staley Woodward. Both are deceased, in early to mid 50's. Where did they come from? Cecil 12/29/1999
99-08 Menor I am searching for any information on the place of birth and the parents of the well known Bill MENOR who ran the ferry at what is now the town of Moose, and of his brother, Holiday. James 11/28/1999
99-07 Elliott, Thompson Searching for info on my great grandfather John J. Elliott. His dad was a John T. Elliott He married my great grandmother Alice Thompson in 1894 in southern Idaho at Weiser Bill 11/22/1999
99-06 Ortiz I am looking for info on my GGGrandfather, I dont know his first name. However he did own a bar in Jackson Hole and was shot & killed by a drunk patron in 1950's or 60's Email:Susan 11/09/1999
99-05 Lewis, Miller Information on Pearl Miller, married Dean K. Lewis. Pearl Miller Lewis died 1926. Was a homesteader in Teton County, Wyoming. Frazer 07/16/99
99-04 Blair, Stafford I am searching for any information about my Grandfather Joshua Stafford b.19 Apr.1892 d.2 Dec.1941 and my Great Grandfather Thomas Stafford b.5 May 1850, d.13 Oct. 1913. Joshua married Edna Blair 15 June 1923 in Jackson, Wyoming. Do not know who his mother was. I know that Joshua live in Jackson Wyoming when he died. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Leslie 05/26/99
99-03 Fenton, Phillips Looking for info on George Phillips. Peddler, horse trader, trapper in the Idaho, Utah, Wyoming areas in the late 1800's. Could have had a brother in the area who he left his son, John, with for a time. Could have had a son by previous marriage named Harold. Married to Mary Margaret Fenton. Divorced April 20, 1897 Elda 05/16/99
99-02 Domineski, Hundley I am trying to find any info  on my father, Howard L. Hundley. He claims to have married a Beulah Domineski(sp) whose father had a sheep ranch in the Jackson area. Is Domineski a Teton County Name? Submitter Date:1/9/99
99-01 Old publication Looking for an outdated publication -- "A Stone Upon His Shoulder" A novel by Helen Butler Published in MCMLIII by The Westminster Press of Philadelphia Ethelyn 01/08/1999
98-08 Query I am trying to find out any information about the Query family in Teton County. The only information that I know for sure to be true is for my Great Grandmother, Merna Marie Query.

She was born on 13 April in 1907. Her father's name might have been Lionel Leslie Query and her mother's name was Minnie Elizabeth Query. I know that this family was one of the first ones to really homestead the Jackson area and that Merna's father's spurs are in the history museum in downtown Jackson.

This is the only information that I am able to go by and would love to learn more about them. Anything that you can give me I would appreciate. Thank you for your help.
Erin 01/06/1999
98-07 McCoy Hello, I am looking for information on Nick and Lily McCoy. Nick was sherrif in Jackson Hole, WY in the early days of Teton Co. They also owned a dude ranch. Any information on either of these two people would be greatly appreciated. I have a little information I am able to share also. Debbie 08/26/1998
98-06 Wilcox Looking for Charles Walter Wilcox, born 12-22-1910, father was David Leslie Wilcox, mother died giving birth to Charles (name unknown). David was killed by a bull around 1922 on a ranch by the name of W2 quarter circle ranch. Any info helpful. Thanks. Kristy 08/23/1998
98-05 McCracken My gg grandmother, Sarah MCRACKEN was born in Smithfield, Cashe Co., Utah Feb 1870. Her daughter, Elinor Gwendolyn DANILSON told me that Sarah was born in Jackson Hole, Wyoming yet the death cert. for Sarah says Smithfield, Utah.

Her parents John MCCRACKEN and Jane. Three other children, John W., Jennett and Nellie. Can anyone check to see if there are any MCCRACKEN names from the 1860-1880's in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Linda 07/03/1998
98-04 Simpson, Wilson Family history has it that my grandmother, Effie Wilson Simpson was the first white child born in Jackson Hole Valley. Her maiden name was Wilson. Also, is the Aspen Hill Cemetery considered the pioneer cemetery for Jackson Hole? John 06/11/1998
98-03 Crowe I am researching Frank Crowe, engineer for the Bureau of Reclamation. He lived in Teton County while building Jackson Lake Dam between 1910-1912. He brought his wife Marie with him. She is reported to have died in childbirth in 1911. Does anyone have information about the exact date of her death and any related information Al 05/14/1998
98-02 Barker, Burnett, Simpson Hello, I was born and raised in Moose, Wyoming. My family names include Barker, Burnett and Simpson. Anyone having any questions regarding any of these names can feel free to contact me. My cousin and I have extensive information back to the 1700's. I will visit again soon. Kathy 03/29/1998
98-01 Lindsay, Richards Amanda Jane (Lindsay) RICHARDS moved from Bennington ID with her children (Elias, Joe, Hesper, and Charles) to Jackson about 1927. Her husband, Albert George RICHARDS, soon joined them. In time several of their married children (Helen, Minnie, and Mary), with their families, joined them as well. Amanda died in 1949. Bert died in 1956. Both are buried there. Interested in contacting other 'cousins' descended from this family. Chuck 03/10/1998


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