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Re: Charlotte Cox
Posted by: Ron Bestrom (ID *****2263) Date: October 27, 2008 at 00:10:05
In Reply to: Charlotte Cox by charles meade of 298

I did a QUICK look at the two cemetery sites given...she was not identified in either. I don't recommend a site if I hadn't checked it first to validate any findings.

The Grays Harbor Genealogical Society indicates they have 23,000 obits, they charge $10.00 to look.
http://www.genealogybuff.com/wa/wa-graysharbor.htm
http://users.techline.com/ghgs/

Now for your search:
Charlotte A. Cox, died 28 Feb 1981 in Elma, WA, at age 88, born about 1893. Her SSN was 533-22-9879.

For an obit, the Washington State Library has a FREE, FREE, research service, the ask-a-librarian program, where they will look for information in the archives, in this case the newspaper microfilm for an event, such as an obituary. They will look up to an hour and send you the results. Contact them at: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/library/ask.aspx .

The Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness has volunteers in Grays Harbor County. (read the guidelines first). I'd suggest Barbara Sisco first.

Ron Bestrom


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