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Located: East end of Sherman Avenue and 22 Street

Sponsored and taken care of by: St. Thomas Catholic Church

919 Indiana Avenue

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83814

PH: 208-664-9254


Submitted for use in the IDGenWeb Project Archives, by James H. Machovec

Kootenai County Idaho Coordinator, for the

IDGenWeb Project, June 1997 
GROVES, George W. (I15)
Republican League register, a record of the Republican Party in the state of ... By Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ). Oregon. State Central

PALMER, Almond Chester (I109)
Puffer Earl W. 2/13/1974 BA 9599
PUFFER, Earl Willaim (I896)
4 (Holy Cross Cemetery D-406-2/1 ) BRODEUR DIT LAVIGNE, Joseph (I18)
5 (Medical):has Leukemia DAWSON, Rev George William (I429)
6 (Research):Birth
[4357] [S033298] <../sources.html>
PAGE: page 355
[S033298] History of Chatham, Massachusetts
AUTHOR: William C. Smith
PUBLICATION: Fourth Edition, 1992, Published by The Chatham Historical Society
[NS332983] Sturgis Library, Barnstable, Massachusetts 
DOANE, Thomas Gould (I366)
7 (Research):Clara's Middle name is "Albina". Eventhough on the 1850 Wisconsin cessus and many other places her name is shown as Clara E.  PALMER, Clara Albina (I84)
8 (Research):Idaho dept of health and welfare page 169 cooperative center for health statistics run date: 11/29/2001
death index for years 1946 thru 1950
groves, george w. 1947 151990 28 COEUR D'ALENE 01/18/1947 07/03/1863 
GROVES, George W. (I15)
9 (Research):Name: Groves, Margaret
Year: 1912
School/Group: IHM Academy
Located: Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai Co, ID
(located 6/30/2003) 
GROVES, Margaret Cecilia (I338)
10 (Research):Name: Groves, Mary
Year: 1920
School/Group: IHM Academy
Located: Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai Co, ID
(located 6/30/2003) 
GROVES, Mary Magdlyn (I341)
11 (Research):Oakland Independent, Oakland, Burt Co., Nebraska.
M: Jennings, William Holman: Jun 29, 1900: p 3: c 6: Pawnee City
Bride - Lyman, Addie Shaw. Strange story of two marriage licenses in different counties. Miss Lyman from Table Rock, and daughter of W.G. Lyman. Groom is nephew of Captain R.P. Jennings, and formerly practiced law in Table Rock, but now in Lincoln, where the couple makes their home.
M: Lyman, Addie Shaw: Jun 29, 1900: p 3: c 6: Pawnee City
Groom - Jennings, William Holman. Strange story of two marriage licenses in different counties. Miss Lyman from Table Rock, and daughter of W.G. Lyman. Groom is nephew of Captain R.P. Jennings, and formerly practiced law in Table Rock, but now in Lincoln, where the couple makes their home. 
LYMAN, William Graves Jr. (I277)
12 (Research):Rollin was mustered from Richland County, WI (Sixth Wisconsin Battery)
RANDOLPH, Dr. Rollin Henry (I118)
13 (Research):The Cheney Free Press, Cheney, Spokane County, Washington, Friday, May 25, 1900.

On Wednesday morning about 7:30 an east bound extra freight train drawn by engine 174 overtook a handcar containing John Ostrand, section foreman, and six men employed on the section, while on a long trestle about 3 1/2 miles east of Cheney. The engineer whistled as he came rushing around the curve about 500 feet distant and the men slackened the speed of the handcar and all except one managed to climb out on the ties far enough to clear the train, but Fred C. Mohr, who occupied an awkard position on the handcar, facing the approaching train, was the last to leave the car and was struck and instantly killed, his body being found lying face downward fully 75 feet from the place where the handcar was struck.

Fred Mohr was a good workman and had only been working with Foreman Ostrand since Monday, and evidently lost control of himself in the fateful moment.

Mr. Ostrand had no knowledge of the extra and was past the middle of the trestle when the train whistled and in a few seconds had reached his men.

The body was brought to Cheney at 11:45 and Coroner Baker held a preliminary examination in the afternoon. An examination of witnesses will be had soon to determine whether any one was criminally negligent in the matter.

Wendelin Schneider, formerly residing near Cheney, but at present living at Julinaetta, Idaho, and Charles Hamilton of Kendrick, Idaho, are brothers-in-law of the deceased, and James Bartoff of Kendrick, Idaho is an Uncle.

Deceased was a young man and unmarried, and was a friend of the family of J. L. Edgerton and spent the evening before his tragic death at their home in this city. 
MOHR, Fredrick P (I701)
By Fred Lockley, 29 June 1923, Oregon Journal.

Meanwhile, A.G. Palmer had been casting longing eyes at the Prineville field; so, in 1906, he bought the Mitchell Monitor and moved it to Prineville, where he rechristened it the Crook County Journal. In August, 1897, Hugh Gourley bought the Journal, turning it over a year later to A.C. and H.J. Palmer. In April, 1901, W.T. Fogle bought it, and that fall sold a half interest to W.H. Parker of the Albany Herald. In January, 1903, the Journal was purchased by W.C. Black and S.M. Bailey.
“The Bend Bulletin issued its first bulletin of news in the spring of 1903. Max Luddemann was its publisher and Don Rea, editor. A few months later J.M. Lawrence acquired Mr. Rea’s interest. In June, 1902, A.C. Palmer started the Deschutes Echo at Bend, which suspended in the summer of 1904. 
PALMER, Almond Chester (I109)
15 11 Oct 2000 - Mom (Juanita Palmer) stated that Caroline Huber lived with Clarance and Mary Palmer for a time. Mary was told that her father drank a lot and threw the kitchen clock and broke the corner off. She was told that they came to Idaho on Covered Wagon. HUBER, Andrew (I22)
16 17 Jul 1894 birth according to death record PALMER, Fred Becraft (I903)
17 3/8/1947 12:00:00 AM Marriage to Ruth Butts (Clark Marriage Records ) Family F291
18 Biograph of Edwin Lyman LYMAN, Edwin (I347)
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. TRAMBLY, M.R. (I1038)
20 Alan B. Puffer
Sergeant, U.S. Army
Service # 16063501
15th Tank Battalion, 6th Armored Division
Entered the Service from: Michigan
Died: 25-Jan-45
Buried at: Plot G Row 12 Grave 21
Luxembourg American Cemetery
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Awards: Silver Star, Purple Heart 
PUFFER, Alan Burton (I897)
21 Also known as Sister E. Rose Claire, Pendleton, OR PERRY, Katherine C. (I688)
22 Ancestry Record:

Name: Chapman, Sarah
County: Wheeler
Death Date: 01 Aug 1937
Certificate: 15 
GILE, Sarah Fillee (I371)
23 AYATTE, LOUISE 1932 081401 28 COEUR D'ALENE 11/18/1932 10/20/1843 LABLANC, Louise (I412)
24 AYOTTE, FRANCIS 1921 035298 28 COEUR D'ALENE 08/03/1921 08/13/1845 AYOTTE, Francis Xavier (I411)
25 based on 1930 Census RANDOLPH, William H. (I1106)
26 based on 1930 census TUTTLE, Maud M. (I1104)
27 Becraft, Frankie to Palmer, Warren H. December 19, 1872
Family F308
28 Bermount Amos Palmer accourding to owner "tammylamp" Ancestry Family tree  PALMER, Bermont Amos (I723)
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BARTELS, R.V. (I1046)
30 Birth 19 Jun 1820, Death 21 Jul 1912 Per find A Grave Record HILTON, Maria (I899)
31 birth may be MA accordint to Rollin 1885 Colorado census RANDOLPH, Patterson Jendins (I797)
32 Birth per family bible TUTTLE, Alice Jane (I869)
33 birth place per marriage record with Rosie Frye PALMER, Basil H. (I1091)
34 Birth: Aug. 29, 1955
Des Moines,Polk County,Iowa, USA
Death: Mar. 6, 2004
Pasco. Franklin County, Washington, USA

Daughter of Willard & Betty Bohon (both dec'd); step-daughter of Doris...Mother of Elizabeth 'Lori' Bohon & Donald Matthew CLARK...Obit Tri-City Herald, Tri-Cities (Kennewick) WA, 11 Mar 2004, Page A7.

BOHON, Susan Lee (I1203)
35 Brief outline, Decendants of Michael and Ellen Dawson Source (S26)
36 Burial information from Fairmont Memorial Park on 9/10/2008 (cremated) LEIGH, Eldon Dale (I851)
37 Burial information from Fairmont Memorial Park on 9/10/2008 (cremated) GROVES, Patricia Mae (I528)
38 Buried Bangon Cemetery according to Obituary. PALMER, Alfred Burton Sr. (I891)
39 Case# 1142 Name Sallis, Vera Neva Palmer Marler Date
04-03-1897 Record Type Evidence County Baker Source Health Identifier Remarks
From oregon state archives. requested info on 3/6/03 
PALMER, Vera Neva (I155)
40 Casnovia is a village in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is situated on the boundary between Muskegon County and Kent County and lies partially within both. As of the 2000 census, the village population was 315. The village is located partially within the Casnovia Township, Michigan.

Casnovia is believed to be the only place on Earth with that name, now or at any time in the past. The name is a distortion of the settlement's original name, Casanova Town, founded by Jedediah Craw in 1852. Craw was a Mormon with four wives, all teenagers at the time of his arrival in the area. The name Casanova Town was most likely bestowed on Craw's compound by neighbors, as a reference to his polygamous lifestyle. The settlement grew along what is now Ball Creek, and took the name Casnovia in 1861.
(From Wikipedia) 
STURR, Jacob S. (I1126)
41 CDA Birth from 1930 Census record DAWSON, Earl Nicholas Jr. (I431)
42 CHATFIELD'S - 1450 to Present thru Immigrant George
& Nowlin Stone Genealogy pg 320 
Family F378
43 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Myrtle A. (I928)
44 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Effie J. (I929)
45 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Homer A. (I930)
46 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Son (I932)
47 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Ida Bell (I933)
48 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Erma (I935)
49 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Lura R. (I934)
50 Compiled from Rootsweb files. MONROE, Pearl (I936)

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