Idaho County, ID
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CHAPMAN posted by John
S. Chapman on Tuesday, October 28, 1997
I am looking for any records pertaining to Arthur I. Chapman aka Ad Chapman,
and his brother, Thomas. They were in Idaho County by 1866. They were still
there in 1880 according to the census record. They are both mentioned in
accounts of he Nez Perce War. One account of Arthur says he died on the
Nez Perce Reservation in 1924.
SCHURRA posted by Louise
Schurra King on Thursday, January 1, 1998
I am wondering where I might find some information on St. Gertrude's Monastery--
the history of the monastery. I understand they have a museum there and
as my g Aunt and g niece were both nuns there......I am particularly interested
in finding newspaper articles......or written history of the monestery.....by
someone other than what the Museum might have. My g uncle, Carl Schurra
also lived there for many years. Thanks so much in advance.
posted by Kathy Deinhardt Hill on Sunday, January
I am looking for any possible information on Rose Aiken Cook. Died January
1905 or 1906 at Campbell's Ferry. Married Warren Cook On June 22, 1903
in Elk City.
posted by Thomas Dazey Blackwell on Sunday,
January 18, 1998
I am looking for information about my great-grandfather, WILLIAM WALLACE
DAZEY who came to Denver, Idaho and Grangeville, Idaho about 1913. He married
Mrs. Belzora Clementine Mattox in 1916 as his second wife. He died in 1925
and is buried in the Denver Cemetery. I am looking for more information
about his life in Idaho. Thank you for your assistance.
DENT posted by Roger
Dent on Sunday, January 18, 1998
Looking for info about Dorsey Dent Family. Lived in the Graingville area
in the 50's. His father was my Great-Grand Father's Brother. Dorsey Dent
live at 210 South Idaho, Grangville (from a letter dated Sept 7, 1956).
He had a younger brother name Edgar who had lived and passed away in Klamath
Falls, OR. His parents lived in or near Ft. Scott, Ks. The father passed
away in 1936 and the mother in 1942. Both are buried at the Evergreen Cemetery
in Ft. Scott. How ever no names were mentioned.
HEWSON posted by Cherol
Hewson on Sunday, January 18, 1998
Immigrated from Canada to Grangeville, Idaho. Any info appreciated.
HOLIEN posted by Cherol
Hewson on Sunday, January 18, 1998
Am trying to find info on a man surnamed HOLIEN who lived or are living
in Grangeville, Id area. Perhaps even in Spokane, Wash area. Approx age
75 to 80 (if still living).
MEYER posted by Peter
Meyer on Sunday, January 18, 1998
My father was born in Cottonwood, Idaho, on August 6, 1916 (it might have
been 1915). Any way of getting birth certificate information -- or anything
that would help me get the name of his father, mother, etc. Thank you.
SORENSON posted by Bob
and Susan Peterson on Saturday, March 7, 1998
Arthur G. and Mary Jane (HOAG) SORENSON; Leo and Ora Mae (SORENSON) ROBERTSON.
Arthur G. Sorenson died in 1916 and his widow left Nez Perce in 1926; she
died in 1952 in Wenatchee, WA. Leo Robertson died 1950's - lived on the
Little Salmon River...then ran drug store and "little Lending Library"
in the town of Nez Perce. Would like to make contact with other researchers
interested in the ROBERTSON/SORENSON and related families (BROWN, VANPOOL,
etc.) ROBERTSON, George Madison and family mentioned in Elsehsohn's 1947
"Pioneer Days in Idaho County" esp Vol..pages 126, 159, Homesteaded at
Battle Ridge, 242-245, 349-350, 359
posted by Larry Rader on Saturday, March 28,
Looking for links to Moses Hull Rice b IL March 23, 1836; d Kamiah ID Jan
7, 1914 wife: Ellen "Nellie" Boise Leland b Portland OR 1854; d Grangeville
ID 1886. He was a scout for General Howard during the Chief Joseph uprising.
Moses and Nelllie were parents of seven children.
posted by Mary Parrish on Saturday, March 28,
I have something that might be of interest to the descendants of Janet
CIANCIOTTO and her uncle, Charlie PAPARELLI. One of them lived in Grangeville,
Idaho in 1966. If you have any information, please e-mail me. Thank you.
HILL posted by Charlene
Peckinpaugh on Saturday, March 28, 1998
My Great Grandmother lived on the Nez Pierce reservation in 1899 and raised
her children alone after her husband passed away. She lived to be almost
100 years old. Her name was Mary Ann (Smith) Hill and she was married to
William Harrison Hill. There was a newpaper article written about her.
She died in Westlake, Idaho. Thank you for any help that you might provide.
WREN posted by Kate
and Kezia Hopping on Saturday, March 28, 1998
We are trying to research the Wren family. We know they lived in Cottonwood,
Idaho from around 1891 to 1894. Clara Etta Wren born June 23,1891 was married
to Ansgar Brown June 30,1908. Also, Nellie Ona Wren, was born Nov. 4,1894,
and married Leonard Eisenman, no date. We don't know if Clara died in Cottonwood
in Sept. 1971. We would appreciate any help you might be able to give.