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Re: Records for Smolich
Posted by: Laura (ID *****9353) Date: October 02, 2010 at 16:55:48
In Reply to: Records for Smolich by Debra Smolich of 69

You can contact the Gilliam County Historical Society and they may be able to tell you where Yella is buried:

The family was catholic so she is probably in St. Joseph Cemetery.

If you are not able to find her through the Historical Soc., you can always contact the archives for a copy of her death certificate:
Oregon State Archives
800 Summer St NE
Salem, OR 97310
503-373-0701 ext. 1
Fax: 503-378-4118

As for other records, you need to be a little more specific. The family of George lived in Baker county for many years, and that is where he passed away; Manda died in Bend but is buried in Baker; sons moved to Portland, Bend etc...

According to James' obituary he attended school in Baker and graduated from Baker High as did Raymond and others.
You will find "records" in Baker county:
Smolich, Robert L date:1951 Eidson, Delores Colleen Book 15 Page 240
Smolich, Raymond Douglas date: 1964 Round, Linda Mae Book 17 Page 372

Cardinal, Gerald Thomas 1960 Smolich,Helen Marie 17 46
Gutridge, William Michael no date Smolich, Cynthia Kay 72-01 118-123

I hope this helps with your search. Good Luck!

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