Looking for information on a Sarah Haley. I know she still lived there in 1932 she may be buried there, I'am not sure. She had a daughter by the name of Grace. Need anything you can get on this one, she is my ggaunt. She came to Hoquiam from Hastings, Minn. Don't know if she married there or not. Wish I could give you more. If you run across anything on this one I sure would like to know about it. Thank you for your time.
Tim and Gina Nealis, 24 Mar 1997
My Grandfather and grandmothers names were Myrtle and Carl Hallier who gave birth to a Maxine Hallier in Hoquium WA and Carl Harry Jr. Maxine gave birth to Charlotte Hallier in Seattle and Carl Allen and Cutter Jo, I think in Washington but don't know the last name they were listed under. Also Carl had a sister Daisy Ewold who had a daughter named Ruth Morgan born in the early 1920's who had a daughter named un known. I would like information on Carll and Myrtle Hallier and Son Carl H. Hallier born in1925, and Carl Allen Hallier? and Cutter Jo Hallier? born between 1940 and 1948, also Ruth Morgan and her daughter.
Charlotte Bradshaw, 8 Mar 1997
Marion F. born: 22 August 1890 Missouri died: 22 December 1918 Satsop, Grays Harbor, Washington. Looking for descendants of Marion F. Hammock.
Randy Hammock, 13 Nov 1997
Looking for any HANNICK or DITCHEN or DITGEN. Joseph Edward HANNICK moved his family to Aberdeen. His wife was Adaline DITGEN. All their children were born in Walla Walla. Joseph died in Jan 1965 and Adaline died in Mar 1965. Both were buried in Fern Hill Cem. Their children were: Edward Joseph born 25 Jan 1907 died 1977 Tillamook, Ore, Francis born 19 Jun 1909 died Feb 1984 Gray Harbor, Harold born about 1911, Clarence born 30 Nov 1913 died 1994 in Virginia, Lawrence born about 1916, Lorraine born about 1916, Mary born Dec 1918, John born about 1920, Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. Pat Muncy
1305 U Avenue
La Grande OR 97850
Patricia Muncy, 26 Nov 1997
I'm looking for the birth record of Freeman Douglas HAWLEY (went by Douglas) b. 13 July, 1889 in Montesano, Grey's Harbor County, Washington Father: Daniel Freeman HAWLEY (went by Freeman) Mother?
Diane Weaver, 28 July 1999
Francis Marion HAYES 1858- John HAYES 1860- William Lee HAYES 1868- David Crockett HAYES 1862- Martha Jane HAYES 1864- George Washington HAYES- Mary Almeda HAYES 1879- Josie Annah HAYES 1875. Parents were Andrew Jackson HAYES and Martha Melvina Taylor HAYES. Came to Wa. from Anderson County Tennessee and settled in the Grays Harbor area. It is believed most of them are buried in Montesano. Josie Annah Hayes My grandmother, married Clark SMITH, my grandfather, the son of Edward and Anna SMITH who had a farm on the banks of the Satsop River in Satsop. Clark had a brother Warren SMITH who lived in Elma. Warren had a daughter and I would like to correspond with any family from his line. We have some information that there are relatives in the Wynoochie named VALENTINE and CRASSES.I would appreciate any information available on either family.
Thank you, Shirley Smith Taylor.
Shirley Taylor, 2 Dec 1997
Looking for information on the family of William and Abbie Davidson Howe. Several families from the Morgan County, Tennessee area came to Washington and worked in the timber industry during the early 1900s. My GGrandparents Thomas and Alice Howe left and eventually settled in Illinois, but Uncle Will and Aunt Abbie stayed here. They were living at Montesano, where Will worked in a shingle mill and farmed. We have letters from them there in 1917 and 1921, I do not know if they remained in the area. Their children: Juanita, Shirley (Male), Clyde (Female), and Jack possibly stayed in the area or moved to California. If anyone has any information on this family I would be glad to exchange information.
Kathy Howe Barber, 21 Mar 1999
I am doing research on a family member, Charles Hjalmar Hultberg, who lived near Montesano in 1920. In a letter he described purchasing 160 acres of "stump land" eight miles outside of Montesano. We have his letters dating from his service in the Spanish American war (1898) to when he settled in Montesano around 1920. The letters stopped at this point and the family back east never knew what became of him. Is there some way I can obtain death records, land records, or any other records from Grays Harbor County without visiting the area. I live in Alabama so a visit would be difficult. Thanks in advance for assistance you might offer.
Mike Tucker, 18 Jun 2000