Idaho County, ID
Posted Queries for September 1997
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posted by Bernice J Donoghue on Saturday, September
PARISOT/VINSON. Seek family of Emile PARISOT b 1862 Keweenaw Co MI; d 1920
Grangeville? Idaho. He married (2nd?) May 5, 1903 at Concord,Idaho May
A VINSON. I believe they later divorced. Emile is my granduncle. Son Raymond
PARISOT b Aug 15 1889 Idaho/Montana; d June 1974 Montour, Gem Co, ID.
posted by Sharen Chambers on Saturday, September
BARKER. Looking for info on my great-grandparents George Washington BARKER
and wife Abbie Lillian in the town of Grangeville, where are they buried.
Also looking for gr-grandfather Bert Howell and his wife Lizzie. Would
like death dates and where they are buried. Thank you.
posted by Larry Eldredge on Saturday, September
RICE/STAPLETON. I am researching the Rice surname. Hilla RICE married Harold
STAPLETON, who lived in Cottonwood area. Does anyone have information on
the Stapleton family. I believe they had two sons, who may still live in
the area. Any information that you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
HICKS posted by Jerry
Hicks on Saturday, September 27, 1997
FOUNTAIN/EASTMAN. Seeking information on Matthew FOUNTAIN born about 1811,
died 2 Feb 1879, married Sarah HICKS. She was born about 1823 and died
4 Jan 1905. Did they die in Idaho County? Their daughter, Mary Jane FOUNTAIN,
born 28 Nov 1842, died 14 Jan 1929, married Josiah W. EASTMAN born 3 Sep
1831, died 12 Jan 1888. Did they die in Idaho County. Any information on
these two couple would be appreciated.
posted by Opal V. Follin on Saturday, September
HARRIS. I am looking for information on Samuel J. HARRIS, b. Oct. 1852,
Sabastian Co, AR. He married Mary A. RAFFETY, b. July 1864, Pike Co., IL.
Were married in Gallatin Co, MT. They lived in Idaho Co and later in Lewiston,
Nez Perce Co, and had 10 children. Mary was my grandmother's sister, and
Samuel was my grandfather's brother. Where did Mary go? To Phoenix, AZ?
When did Samuel die? My father and his brother, Henry, were raised in this
PARKER posted by John
Parker on Saturday, September 27, 1997
PARKER. I am trying to locate information about Ken PARKER, my father,
and his sister. They were born in Caribel, Idaho. Ken in 1914 and Elsie
in 1908. There father John Walter PARKER. He listed his occupation as laborer.
posted by Elaine Johnson on Saturday, September
I would be happy to share our Johnson pedigree with other descendants
of Frank and Ada May (Sanders) Johnson. They lived in Grangeville until
their deaths. I also have their obituaries. Any additional information
would be appreciated, especially storys about there son Lee.
STEWARD posted by Donald
Steward on Saturday, September 27, 1997
STEWARD. I am looking for the maiden name of my Dad's first wife. Not my
mother. I hoping that if I can find their marriage license I can get her
age and name. She died shortly after their marriage and no one in my family
knows of her. Here is what I have. My Dad (the groom) - John Albert STEWARD,
b. Sept. 1, 1906, Culdesac, Idaho. His wife (the bride) - I am told her
first name was BETTY, I presume that could be ELIZABETH, last, or maiden
name and age unknown. Betty is the subject of this search. I am guessing
they were married in 1925 or 1926 since it would mean my dad was about
19 or 20 and they had a son, Jack Albert STEWARD, born July 14, 1927, (my
deceased half brother). Again, I am guessing they were married somewhere
around Lewiston, Culdesac or Grangville. That could be Nez Perce, or for
Grangeville, Idaho County. Anything you can find will be greatly appreciated.
ANDERSON posted by Lisa
on Sunday, September 28, 1997
ANDERSON. I am researching the Anderson family who came to Elk City in
the 1920's. I am looking for any information on Wayne Anderson and Bion
Anderson. We believe their father was Almond Anderson, possibly from Missouri.
Thanks, have a great day!
JONES posted by Judith
B. Glad on Sunday, September 28, 1997
JONES: Alice Jones wrote from Kooskia in 1942. Her husband may have worked
for a railroad or a timber company. Any hint as to how long she lived in
Idaho County will be appreciated.
posted by Kevin Campbell on Sunday, September
I am researching the following surnames all of which lived in Grangeville,
Idaho at various times between 1860 and 1905: Campbell, Eastman, Fountain,
and Graham Any help would be appreciated.
LAVERTY posted by Jim
Granger on Sunday, September 28, 1997
Looking for Laverty's! Descendant names, farm and mining claim location
of Daniel Laverty and wife Mabel ? They had a dau. Ellen Bernice b. Feb
1919. The 1920 cencus listed the family as living in Woodland Township
near Orofino. They later had a son, probably born before 1925. Daniel's
brothers were listed in the 1910 census as Patrick, Daniel, James and Hugh
Laverty. Only Patrick shows up in the 1920 census (by then, a patient at
the North State Hosp, Orofino ID) Where did the other brothers go? What
was the name of Daniel's son? If you know of this family during the 1910-40