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I am looking for descendents of the two above named people and hope that I
can find something in their obits.
Nellie Edwin Sweeney was born in or near Moscow, ID in 1883 and lived most
of her life there. The 1930 census said that she was a teacher and at that
time she was living in Moscow. She died Jun 1977 in Boise but her last Social
Security check was to Moscow. She had two children, Glen R. and Jean.
Glen R. Sweeney died Oct 12, 1978 in Emmett, ID. His residence was in Boise
at that time. He is buried in Moscow and Shorts Chapel and Mortuary handled
the burial which I think is in the main cemetery in Moscow. A Bob Sweeney
signed the funeral home bill in Emmett. I think that Nellie Edwin Sweeney,
(his mother) is buried there also as well as Nellie's parents, Charles and Anna
Edwin. There might be other Edwins buried there also.
Any help would be appreciated.
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I'm not familiar with the book that you reference but my wife is from the Groseclose family of the Juliaetta area. Was not aware of any of the family around Potlatch.
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>Anyone familiar with a book titled "Juliaetta Sun (Juliaetta 1909-1915)" by Nellie and Gertrude Heimgartner, published in 1992? Does the book reprint copies of the weekly (?) editions of the Juliaetta Sun from 1909-1915, as the title implies? Are used or new copies of the book available? I am interested in early Groseclose family history in the Potlatch Valley area.
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