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Posted by: Pam Eagleson (ID *****0055) Date: June 13, 2005 at 06:48:00
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I am searching for information on my Grandmotherís brother Arthur W. Terwilliger and his wife Florence. Arty was born in Utica MO in 1872 and left for Washington in the early 1900s and had very little contact with his family back in MO. From census records I know he was in Seattle in 1920 working as a driller in a shipyard (Arthur W. Terwilliger household, 1920 U.S. census, Precinct 271-- Seattle, King CO, Washington, SD 1, ED 334, sheet 2 B (penned), family 43, dwelling 45, National Archives microfilm T625_1931). Living with Arthur and Florence were her 72 year old father Phillipe Salter, brother Raymond Salter and nephew Norman Stanley. I then find them in 1930 in the Cedar Valley Precinct of Snohomish CO (Arthur Terwilliger household, 1930 U.S. census, Cedar Valley Precinct, Snohomish CO WA, SD 3, ED 1-, sheet 5B (penned), 76 B (stamped), dwelling 148, family 149, National Archives microfilm roll 2519). Arthur is a 52 year old poultry farmer and Florence is a clerk in a general store. Her 80 year old father is living with them. Florence and Arty had been married about 1907 and they owned land. After going on to some wonderful websites concerning Snohomish County I am certainly not surprised he tried his hand at poultry farming. I am interested in finding out when they died and where they are buried (I have not found them in the online Washington Death Index), where their land was located and if they had children ( I do not believe they did).
Any help or information will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks.
Pam Eagleson
Kennebunk Maine

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