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Re: Ivah Hansen
Posted by: Judy Artley (ID *****5905) Date: November 26, 2009 at 16:17:29
In Reply to: Ivah Hansen by Sandra Sund of 109

Hi Sandra,
Something odd happened to this family. I've looked in two company's Census records and can't find much about any of them. I also looked in the Washington State Digital Archives too and didn't find anything about any of them.

I did find a Carl Gustof Hansen who on Sept. 12, 1918 lived in Onida, Pacific Co., WA. Born 15 Sept. 1898. Occupation=Fisherman, Onida.
Nearest Relative=Hilda Hansen, Oneda? Source: World War Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, www.ancestry.com.

An Oscar Hanson in 1920 was living in Nasel, Pacific Co., WA.
Oscar Hanson, 14, b. WA, single, both parent's born in Finland, logger.

An Oscar Hansen b. 16 Feb 1905, Last Residence=Naselle, pacific Co., WA 98638 died July 1977. His soc. sec. # was assigned in WA before 1951. Source: Social Security Death Index, www.ancestry.com.

An Oscar R. Hansen b. abt. 1905 died 29 July 1977, REsidence=Pacific Co per death cert #015891. Source: Washington Death Index 1940-96, www.ancestry.com.

I'd request a copy of his obituary from Random Acts Genealogical Kindness. Go to www.raogk.org, read guidelines, choose Washington, choose Pacific Co and choose Emily.

Hopefully his brothers and sisters will be listed and where they lived when he died in 1977.

I'd also check out the USGenWeb Pacific County, Washington web site at http://wagenweb.org/pacific/ . They have updated and new sections. They also have a great list of look-up volunteers. The marriage applications from 1890-1938 are available too. I think Virginia and Hulda were probably married in Pacific Co. Successful Searching!


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