Here is your best chance: The Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness:
I've linked the group to show those in Okanogan County that would help you.
The chance you'll will get an obit about him from ask a librarian for that period of time is slim (to none). They will only search for one hour on a request. I doubt there is a microfilm of a Molson, Okanogan county newspapers from that time period, although the Omak Chronicle was in publication since 1910. I wouldn't bother writing to the Omak Chronicle, they don't usually respond to such genealogy requests...BUT, you might get lucky:
Phone: (509) 826-1110 / 1-800-572-3446
Fax: (509) 826-5819
Walk-in: 618 Okoma Dr., Omak
Mail: The Chronicle
PO Box 553
Omak, WA 98841
The Okanogan County Genweb site:
Ida McCormick is an EXCELLENT long term genealogist.
Okanogan County Historical Society:
Post your inquiry on the Okanogan Message Board:
Okanogan Mailing List:
I looked for the Molson cemetery and found the Rootsweb site:
has it listed, a partial list of those buried there as provided by Debora Rise-Bush is listed. But it is of May 1998. She may/may not be assisting research.
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