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Tobias "Everett"Linn killed in a logging accident in December 1925
Posted by: Russell Brown (ID *****3303) Date: January 23, 2004 at 12:17:32
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I need some help. My great uncle Tobias E. Linn. Who also went by "Everett", which as also his middle name, was killed in a logging accident near Aberdeen,Washington in December 1925. He was survived by his wife Melvina Syble(Palmateer). He was 62 years old when he died. His wife later remarried and moved to Spokane. Where she died July 30, 1950.

I would like to know if any one in Grays Harbor County can locate an obituary, newspaper clipping or even his grave. I will pay for what ever it takes. I do lots of research for many folks beside my own family. If there is any information you need in Oregon let me know. I live not far from the State Archives. Maybe we can exchange information.

Everett was one two children born unto his parents. Philip E. and Christina(Long)Linn. He also had 15 half siblings. Philips first wife, Mahala)McDannald) died 7 months after her last child, Charlotte Linn, was born. Which is my great grandmother. We have successfully located each of these 16 burials of the 17 except for Everett's. Everett was born in Mount Sterling, Illinois, December 12, 1862. He came with his family to Oregon in 1865.

Thank you,

Rusty Brown

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