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101. Gladys HACKERD (Ruby Ilone LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 10 Jun 1909 in Res; 1974, Tacoma, Wa. She died on 2 Aug 1996 in Chahalis, Lewis, Washington.

1963, as Mrs. Bert N. (Gladys) Hardy of Tacoma WA, (father's obit)
1974, Mrs. Gladys Van Buskirk of Tacoma, WA (mother's obit)
GLADYS HARDY 10 Jun 1909 02 Aug 1996 98532 (Chehalis, Lewis, WA) (none specified) 538-03-3680 Washington

Gladys married (1) Robert VAN BUSKIRK before 1963. Robert was born on 16 May 1911 in Tacoma, Pierce, Wa. He died in Sep 1978 in Tacoma, Pierce, Wa and was buried in Brookside/New Tacoma Cem. University Place, Wa.

Robert Van Buskirk, 69, a lifelong Tacoman, died Monday. Mr. VanBuskirk, of 7902 W. 27th St., formerly resided in the Sunset Beach area.He was a self-employed builder. He was a member of the Unity Center andTacoma Elks lodge. Besides his wife, Gladys, he is survived by threesons, Robert Kirk of Edgewood, Alan Lee of Vashon Island and Richard G,of Thousand Oaks, Calif., a brother, John of Portland; four sisters, LoisScholl of Anderson Island, and Mildred Fruchter, Lorene Sullivan and MaryBrockoff, all of Tacoma, and 10 grandchildren. Brookside Mortuary is incharge. -Tacoma New Tribune- 19 Sept. 1978 Bronze Tombstone: 2-C-4junction of Main Avenue and Primose Drive, across from the indoorMausoleum #535 Van Buskirk - Robert O - 1909 - 1979 Gladys - 1909 -no death date on marker.
ROBERT VANBUSKIRK 16 May 1911 Sep 1978 98466 (Tacoma, Pierce, WA) (none specified) 536-10-8196 Washington

Robert and Gladys had the following children:

  137 M i Robert Kirk VAN BUSKIRK
  138 M ii Alan Lee VAN BUSKIRK
  139 M iii Richard G VAN BUSKIRK

Gladys also married (2) Bert N. HARDY before 1974. Bert was born on 17 Oct 1905. He died on 9 Oct 1987 in Eatonville, Pierce Co. Wa.

Tacoma News Tribune: 16 Oct 1987, B-3/11 Nov 1987 B-3
could not find a obituary for Bert Hardy
BERT HARDY 17 Oct 1905 09 Oct 1987 98328 (Eatonville, Pierce, WA) (none specified) 534-03-2660 Washington

Hardy, Bert M
Age: 24
State: Washington
County: Pierce
Township: Tacoma
Relationship: Son

103. Alfred James LINDSEY (Samuel James LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born in Sep 1916 in San Diego, Ca. He died on 12 Aug 1970 in Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried on 14 Aug 1970 in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.


Alfred J. Lindsey, d. 12 Aug. 1970, 4:50 a.m., Bremerton, Kitsap, WA,Harrison Memorial Hosp., male, white, Usual Residence: Tracyton, Kitsap,WA, Length: 53 years, Street Add: P.O. Box 7, b. 28 Sept. 1916, SanDiego, CA, USA Citizen, Father's name: Samuel J. Lindsey, divorced,occupation: fireman at Bangor, WA, Father's name, deceased was never inthe Armed Forces, Social Security #533-18-1882, Doctor was Degner,Religion: Protestant; Lodge Affiliations: None, Closed Gasket At Grave:Place of Funeral: Grave side, Conclude, Minister: Rev. Paul Hunsberger,Dates: 14 Aug. 1970, Friday, 11:00 a.m. Tracyton Cemetery, Relatives:Gary Lindsey, Mark D. Lindsey, Ronald Lindsey, sons, of Bremerton, 3grandchildren, Mrs. Nina O. Lindsey, wife, Tracyton, Mrs. Frank (Juanita)Clogston, sister, Bremerton, Informant: Gary Lindsey, son, Rt. 7,Box/249A, Bremerton, WA. Remarks: BremSun 08/12/1970 CA 2- 1x8/13/1970 - Lewis Funeral Home Burial Records, Bremerton, WA-

Died: Alfred James Lindsey, 53, Tracyton at Harrison Memorial Hospital,Bremerton, WA. 12 Aug. 1970, "This Day Died"

Alfred James Lindsey, P.O. Box 7, Tracyton, died today at HarrisonMemorial Hospital. He was 53. He was born to Mr. and Mrs. SamuelLindsey on 28 Sept. 1916 in San Diego, CA., He moved with his parents toTracyton in 1917 and resided there until the time of his death.
He was retired from Civil service, having served as leading man at thePuget Sound Naval Shipyard during World War II and as a fireman atBangor. He is survived by three sons, Gary, Ronald and Marc, all ofBremerton, his mother, Mrs. Nine Lindsey, Tracyton, one sister, Mrs.Frank Clogston, Tracyton, numerous nieces and nephews, and threegrandchildren.
Graveside services will be conducted Friday at 11 a.m. by LewisFuneral Chapel at the Tracyton Cemetery. - 12 Aug. 1970, Bremerton SunNewspaper-

Alfred married (1) Unknown.

They had the following children:

  140 M i Marc Dallas LINDSEY was born BET. 1940 - 1944 in See Notes. He died UNKNOWN in Unknown Co. Nm.

MARK LINDSEY 07 Jan 1940 06 Oct 1990 (not specified) (none specified) 720-05-8534 Long-time or retired railroad workers

Alfred also married (2) Sylvia HAMILTON, daughter of Unknown HAMILTON and Hilda, about 1944. Sylvia was born on 3 Apr 1918 in Newberg, Nd Raised on Farm near Bismarck, Nd. She died on 2 Apr 1995 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried in Cremated in Seattle, Wa.

Sylvia father's left home never to return and her mother, Hilda had raiseher alone.
Hilda was Norwegian and Swedish descend. In 1968, she lived inEverett. Later she lived in Spokane where he ran or owned a laundry.Hildam 2) Mr. Smith (Smithy) Grandson's burial records in 1968 hasMrs. Hilda Smith
Hilda also had a sister, named Lillian (--) who lived in Everett.
Sylvia Lindsey - 76 of Bremerton, died at her home Sunday, 02 April 1995.She was born in Newberg, North Dakota. Survivors include two sons, RonLindsey of Bremerton, and Gary Lindsey of Silverdale, and a daughter inlaw Carina Lindsey, a son, Micheal Lindsey preceded her in death. Also,Sylvia leaves a sister. Dorothy Johnson of Kalispell, MT, fivegrandchildren, Lanae George, Theresa Lindsey, Jessica Lindsey, JaneLindsey, Alixandra Lindsey, and three great grandchildren. The familywould also like to acknowledge Sylvia's best friends of many years;Betty Ledye and Nita Clogston, with whom she enjoyed so much of her times.
Sylvia moved to Kitsap County in 1941 and devoted her life to herchildren and grandchildren. She will be greatly missed. - TheBremerton, WA. Newspaper-

found a Newburg, Bottineau Co. ND
Jane, by Gary's first marriage
Jessica, Alixandra by Gary's second marriage

Lanae by Ron
Theresa by Ron

Alfred and Sylvia had the following children:

+ 141 M ii Ronald James LINDSEY
+ 142 M iii Gary LINDSEY
  143 M iv Michael James LINDSEY was born on 22 Jun 1954 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa. He died on 26 Feb 1968 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried on 29 Feb 1968 in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

1 NAME Micheal /Lindsey/
2 SOUR S6893
4 TEXT Date of Import: 3 Jul 2000

Tracyton Cemetery Record:
We Love You "H.B" Micheal J. Lindsey, 22 June 1954 - 1968
died from the results of a gun accident

Micheal James Lindsey, Date of Death: 26 Feb. 1968, 4:00 p.m. Bremerton,WA. Name of Hospital : DOA Harrison Memorial Hosp. Age 13 yrs, 8 mos, 04dys, Usual Residence: Bremerton, Rt 7, Kitsap Co. WA. Length 13 yrs,Mailing Address: P.O. Box 224, Tracyton, WA. male, white, student, JuniorHigh, b. 06/22/1954, Bremerton, Kitsap, WA. Father's Name: Alfred James Lindsey, Mother's Maiden Name: Sylvia Hamilton, Information: Mrs. Sylvia Lindsey, Mother, Address: Rt 7, Bremerton, Wa. Remarks: Brem Sun 02/28/1968, CA 2 1 x 02/28/1968, Doctor : Coroner, Religion:Protestant, Statement: 1542 Apt A, Spruce, Bremerton, WA. Certified copy of Death Certificate to Metropolitan ins.
Private Family Service: Place of Funeral: Small Chapel Lewis Chapel,Minister: L.Hanson, Date Thursday, 29 Feb. 1968, Time: 11:00 a.m.Cemetery: Tracyton Cem. Relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Lindsey,Parents, Bremerton, WA. Ronald James Lindsey, Brother, Bremerton, WA.,Gary Lee Lindsey, Brother, Bremerton, WA., Mrs. Hilda Smith, MaternalGrandmother, Everett, WA., Mrs. Nina Lindsey, Paternal Grandmother,Tracyton, WA.,

On Thursday, 27 Feb. 1968 the following appeared on the front page of the Bremerton Sun Newspaper- Tracyton Youth Killed: A 13-year-old Central Kitsap Junior High School student was accidently shot to death by a friend yesterday afternoon, Kitsap Sheriff's Department detectives said.
The victim, Micheal James Lindsey, was dead on arrival at Harrison Memorial Hospital. He was the son of Alfred J. and Sylvia Lindsey ofTracyton.
Kitsap County detectives said the Lindsey boy was shot by a friend,Charles E. Russell, 17, also of Tracyton, who pulled the trigger of a gun he believed was not loaded.
The hospital said Lindsey died of internal bleeding caused when the bullet passed through his liver and severed the abdominal aorta.
Detectives quoting young Russell gave this version of events leading up to the shooting.
The two boys had just returned home from school. They ate pieces of pie in the kitchen of the Lindsey home. Lindsey was getting some cheese out of the refrigerator when Russell noticed a .22 calibre rifle on the porch. To surprise Lindsey, he got the rifle and pointed it at him through the crack between the refrigerator and the open door. Russell's hand hit the trigger and the gun discharged.
Detectives said there was no trigger guard on the loaded, single shot weapon. The Russell boy attempted to phone for help, but found the line busy. He then ran across the road to the Tracyton store and told the proprietor that he had shot Lindsey. The Silverdale ambulance was called.
First call to the ambulance was placed shortly before 3:45 p.m. The boy was declared dead on arrival on the hospital half an hour later.
The bullet hit the deceased just below the rib cage and passed through the body. The Lindsey boy was in the seventh grade at the Central Kitsap Junior High School. he was born on 21 June 1954 in Bremerton. He attended Tracyton Elementary School before entering junior high this year.
He is survived by two brothers, Ronald J. Lindsey, 21, of the family home, and Gary L. Lindsey, 20, Silverdale (Rte 4, Box 2321) and by a half-brother, Mark Dallas, now serving in Vietnam.
Also surviving him are his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Hilda Smith of Everett and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Nina Lindsey of Tracyton.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Lewis Funeral Chapel.

Micheal James Lindsey - the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Lindsey ofTracyton passed away on 26 February, 1968. Micheal was born in Bremerton, Washington on 22 June 1954 and attended schools locally. At present he was a student at Central Kitsap Junior High School. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Ronald and Gary of the family home; material grandmother, Mrs. Hilda Smith of Everett,Washington, and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Nina Lindsey of Tracyton,Private family services will be held at the Lewis Funeral Chapel withRev. L. Warren Hanson officiating. Burial will be at Tracyton Cemetery.Micheal Lindsey may be viewed at Lewis Funeral Chapel until 8 p.m.Wednesday, 28 February 1968. - Bremerton Sun, 28 Feb. 1968-

A second obituary appeared on 28 February 1968:
Private family services will be held at Lewis Funeral Chapel tomorrow at 11 a.m. for Micheal James Lindsey, 13-year-old Central High school student who was accidently shot to death by a friend Monday afternoon.
The Rev. L. Warren Hanson will officiate. Burial will follow inTracyton
Cemetery. The body will lie in state at Lewis Chapel until the time of the service.

Postscript: According to Ron Lindsey, the three Lindseys brothers had grown up around weapons and had been taught how to use them. Charles E.Russell, was a different story, his parents strictly forbid him to join the brothers. Every time the Lindsey brothers tried to instruct Russell about weapons, his parents would go into a shouting match. They were appalled at the idea that their son would even handle a gun.

104. Juanita Grace LINDSEY (Samuel James LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 17 Oct 1919 in Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa. She died on 18 Jul 1995 in Reno, Nv - Cremated and was buried in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

02 Dec. 1935, "Bremerton Searchlight" A theater party was given HarrietSullivan Friday night in honor of her 16th birthday. Those included inthe party were Joyce Hammargren, Juanita Lindsey, Florence Hodgeskin,Doris Olsen, Mary Jane Davis and the honor guest. After the show thegirls returned to the Sullivan home, where a delightful lunch was served.

Tracyton Cemetery Record:
"Big Stone" Juanita Grace Lindsey (Clogston)
"Nina No Greater Love, 17 Oct 1919 - 18 July 1995

Francis M. Clogston, US Navy WW II, Korea,
08 Nov 1917 - 24 Jan 1984

Also buried in the same plot:
Alvin J. Clogston, 1916 - 1983, brother of Francis M. Clogston
SS# 549-36-4099 29 April 1916 - May 1983, Last Benefit: Bremerton, WA.

Juanita was the Post Master at the Post Office in Tracyton, WA. for years.

Jaunita lived and died in Reno, NV, she was cremated. There is a hughstone located in the Tracyton Cemetery. 10/17/1995 a granite marker 36"x 12" x 08" was purchased by Janice Shank, of Fernley, NV, total costwas 1388.87 (Lewis Funeral Chapel - Bremerton, WA))
Nearest Relative: Janice Shank of Fernley, NV 89408
Steve Shank, of PO Box 7, Tracyton, Kitsap, WA 98393

Juanita Clogston, 538-36-1723, b. 17 Oct 1919 - 18 Jul 1995, LastBenefit: 89408, Fernley, Lyon, NV, Issued: Washington

Also listed was Elizabeth Clogston, 538-36-0385, b. 31 Jan 1891, d. Feb.1982, 98383, Silverdale, Kitsap, WA. issued Washington

Juanita married Francis M CLOGSTON on 9 Jul 1938 in Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa. Francis was born on 8 Nov 1917 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa. He died on 24 Jan 1984 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

Clogston, Memorial services for Frank M. Clogston, 66, of Tracyton will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Tracyton United Methodist Church. He died Tuesday at Naval Hospital Bremerton.
Born 08 Nov. 1917, in Bremerton, he graduated from Central Kitsap High School in 1936. He joined the U.S. Navy after high school and served aboard numerous battleships during his career including USS Arizona. He was a warrant officer when he retired in 1956.
After his retirement from the service, he went to work as a fireman atKeyport Naval Torpedo Station. He formed the security office at Keyportand retired as a security specialist in 1969.
He was a former member of the Bremerton Yacht Club and enjoyed boatingand fishing. He was a member of American Legion Post 68 of Bremerton andthe USS Arizona Reunion Association.
Surviving are his wife; a son, Micheal Clogston of Arlington, VA., twodaughters, Janice (Mrs. Dee) Shank of Reno. Nev., and Darcy (Mrs. Ron)Kull of Boise, Idaho; and five grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the Harborview Medical Center Cardiac Unit,325 Ninth St, Seattle, 98104" -Bremerton Sun Newspaper - 26 Jan.1984
Next to Francis M. is buried a Alvin Clogston, 1915/16 to 1983- worn stone

Francis and Juanita had the following children:

+ 144 M i Micheal CLOGSTON
+ 145 F ii Janice CLOGSTON
+ 146 F iii Darcy CLOGSTON

106. Ila HARMON (Elizabeth Janet E LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born BET. 1916 - 1926 in Res: 1985 of Belfair, Mason, Wa. She died after 8 Feb 1992 in 1992 of Belfair, Mason, Wa.

23 Oct. 1935 issue of the "Bremerton Searchlight" under the "Tracyton"Column, Winnifred Lindsey, and Bonnie Jean Rakestraw, were waitresses ata father and son banquet held at the Tracyton Grange Hall.

05 Nov. 1935, same newspaper, Mr and Mrs. Clarence Rakestraw madeHalloween an evening of fun and frolic by opening their home. Amongthose that participated were Winnie Lindsey, Eileen Lindsey, Ila Harmon,Vere Harmon, Sammy Rakestraw, and the hostess were Bonnie Jean and Alice

Ila Atwood - Social Security #529-54-6899, Residence: 85669 SpanishFork, Utah
Born 22 Sept. 1922, died Oct 1987, Issued UT (1958)

Ila married Edward Syrus John ATWOOD, son of Ora ATWOOD and Ida HARRIS. Edward was born on 13 Jul 1921 in Conrad, Mt - Resided: 1979 - 1992 Mason Co. Wa. He died on 8 Feb 1992 in Belfair, Mason, Wa and was buried in Cremated: Bremerton, Wa, Buried Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

Edward ATWOOD Birth Date: 13 Jul 1921 Death Date: Feb 1992 Social Security Number: 534-14-8564 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Washington

Add Note: May 2000 from Mrs. Bettie L. (Bailey) Bale of Bremerton, WA."During WWII "Eddie" Atwood and his Navy buddy "Red" McGrath rented aroom from Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bailey at 1012 Trenton Avenue, Bremerton,WA. Bettie and her husband, Edward Bale were stationed in Hawaii, 07Dec. 1941 when the bombing occurred. Later Bettie was sent back to themainland in a guarded convoy. At this time "Eddie" Atwood and his buddywere told they had to find another place to live. Bettie remembered that"Eddie" Atwood became engaged to a Harmon girl from Tracyton.

Edward Syrus John Atwood, male, d. 08 Feb. 1992, white , Age lastbirthday (years) 70 yr, 06 dys, 25 dys, b. 13 July 1921, county ofdeath, Mason, Belfair, not inside city limits, Hosp or otherinstitution, name (if not is either give the street and no) N.E. 4915 N.Shore Road, state of birth: Conrad, MT, USA, married, surviving spouse:Ila Harmon, Res. State: Washington, 13 yrs in Mason Co. City, Town ofLocation: Belfair, not inside city limits, Street & No# N.E. 4915 N.ShoreRoad, Father's name: Ora Atwood, Mother's maiden name: Ida Harris,Informant Name: Mrs. Ila Atwood, Mailing Address: Belfair, WA. 98528,Relationship: Wife, Mail certs to wife, Veteran Information:Yes-Metalsmith, 3C. U.S. Navy 890 77 73, Ent-03 Apr. 1944, Disch - 08Jan. 1946, U.S. Army 20939250 Pvt. 1938 1941, Vet Allow: 02-24-92,Marker, Flag, Cemetery, 2-24-92, No Autopsy: Brem Sun Obit: 11 Feb.1992, Brem Progress: 11 Feb 1992, Belfair Hearld: 11 Feb 1992,Classified: 14 Feb. 1992, Statement: Memorial Service We don't work,Place of Funeral: Tracyton Methodist Church, Sat. 15 Feb. 1992, 1:00p.m., Cremation date: 12 Feb. 1992, Forest Lawn Cemt., Inurn at TracytonCem, Return to family - Relatives: Mrs. Ila Atwood, wife, Belfair, WA.,Jeannine Atwood, dau., Spokane, WA., two grandchildren, Herschal Atwood,brother, Phoenix, AZ., Dorothy Fowler, sister, Houston, TX,
Edward Atwood, US Navy, WWII, 13 July 1921 - 08 Feb. 1997 is burieddirectly above the grave of Raymond B. Harmon in the Tracyton Cem.
Edward Atwood, SS# 534-14-8564, b. 13 July 1921, d. Feb. 1992, lastbenefit not listed, issued, WA.
Edward S.J. Atwood, 70, of Belfair, died Saturday at his home on HoodCanal. He was born 13 July 1921, in Conrad, Montana, and settled in theBremerton area in his late teens. In 1944 he met and married Ila Harmonof Tracyton. The couple were married for 47 years. Mr. Atwood servedwith both the Army and the Navy. He retired as a driller from PugetSound Naval Shipyard after 31 years. In his retirement, Mr. Atwood didsome logging and oyster farming. He enjoyed hunting and gardening.Survivors are his wife, Ila of Belfair, a daughter, Jeannine of Spokane,Spokane County; a brother, Hershal of Phoenix, Ariz.; a sister, DorothyFowler of Houston, TX., and two grandchildren.
Memorial services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Tracyton UnitedMethodist Church with Inurnment at Tracyton Cemetery. Arrangements areunder the direction of Lewis Chapel with cremation by Forest LawnCemetery. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Mason County, Sound HomeCare, 4503 Woodplace Drive, S.E., Olympia, 98503.

Edward and Ila had the following children:

+ 147 F i Jeannine ATWOOD

107. Raymond Boyd HARMON Jr (Elizabeth Janet E LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 10 Aug 1916 in San Diego, San Diego, Ca. He died on 13 Jan 1985 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried in Jan 1985 in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa.

Raymond H Harmon Jr - US Navy, WW II, 30 Aug. 1916 - 13 Jan. 1985
Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather,
SS# 534-14-4019 10 Aug. 1916 - Jan. 1985, Bremerton, WA. 98310

Longtime Bremerton resident Raymond Boyd Harmon Jr., 68, of 1108Jacobsen Blvd., died Sunday at Harrison Memorial Hospital. Mr. Harmonhad lived in Bremerton for 54 years, since moving here from Seattle. Hewas born 30 Aug. 1916, in San Diego.
After moving here, he helped his parents establish Harmon's BlueberryFarm. During World War II he served in the Army Air Corps in Africa andEurope. While in Rutino, Italy, he met his future wife, Aida GemmaRinaldi. Following his discharge from the Army after the war, hereturned to Italy, where they were married in Salerno in 21 Jan. 1950.
Mr. Harmon worked at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard for more than 30 yearsas a machinist and as a public works inspector, retiring in 1970. He hadalso operated the family's blueberry farm for the past 40 years, andworked a number of years as a bus driver for Bremerton-CharlestonTransportation Co.
He was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, and enjoyedgardening, antique cars, and mechanical inventions.
Survivors are his wife; two sons; Raymond of Manchester, and Lewis ofBremerton, dau., Janet Miller of Bremerton, a sister, Mrs. Ila Atwood ofBelfair and five grandchildren.
Services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Miller-Woodlawn Funeral Homewith burial at Tracyton Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the OlympicPeninsula Kidney Center, P.O. Box 65, Manette Station, Bremerton, 98310"-Bremerton Sun Newspaper - 15 Jan 1985-

Raymond married Aida Gemma RINALDI.

They had the following children:

+ 148 M i Raymond HARMON
+ 149 M ii Lewis HARMON
+ 150 F iii Janet HARMON

108. Bonnie Jean RAKESTRAW (Eva Pearl LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 7 Dec 1921 in Havre, Mt. She died in May 1989 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wash (See Notes).

Bonnie Greer, b. 07 Dec. 1921, d. May 1989, Last Residence: Bremerton,Kitsap, WA. 98310, Last benefit, none specified, SS# 532-20-1160, Issued;WA.

Miller-Woodlawn Cemetery - Bonnie J. Rakestraw, d. 31 May 1989, b. 07 Dec1921, Aged: 67 yrs, 5 mos, 24 dys, Cremated: Next of Kin: Roanne Kane(dtr) Nich Spudich (son) 11538 Ogle Road, 692-5189, Poulsbo, WA. 98370,Section A, #E-22 Hillcrest Eco Columb. Inurned and Notified07/22/1992

Bonnie Greer, Funeral services for Bonnie Rakestraw Greer will be held at11 a.m. tomorrow at Tracyton United Methodist Church. The 67 year-oldSilverdale resident died Wednesday at Harrison Memorial Hospital after along illness. Mrs. Greer was born in Havre, Mont., 07 Dec. 1921, andlived in Kitsap County most of her life. Her grandparents were among thefirst residents of Tracyton.
Survivors include her husband Fred at the home in Silverdale, hermother, Eva Witt of Tracyton; a son, Nick Spudich of Brownville; twodaughter, Jackie Wolf of Bremerton, and Roxanne Denning of Tacoma; abrother Sam Rakestraw of Shelton; two sisters, Alyce Carmichael ofTracyton and Wanda Scott of Belfair, and four grandchildren. Memorialsmay be made to the American Cancer Society c/o Mary Lib Miller, P.O. Box4258, Wycoff Station, Bremerton, WA 98312 or Hospice of Kitsap County,P.O. Box 4012, Wycott Station, Bremerton, WA. 98312 - 02 Jun 1989,Bremerton, WA. -

BONNIE GREER 07 Dec 1921 May 1989 98310 (Bremerton, Kitsap, WA) (none specified) 532-20-1160 Washington

Bonnie married (1) SPUDICH.

They had the following children:

  151 M i Nick SPUDICH
  152 F ii Jackie SPUDICH
        Jackie married Unknown WOLF.
  153 F iii Roxanne SPUDICH
        Roxanne married (1) Unknown DENNING.
        Roxanne also married (2) Unknown KANE.

Bonnie also married (2) Fred GREER.

110. Sammy RAKESTRAW (Eva Pearl LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John )

Sammy married Unknown.

They had the following children:

  154 F i Unknown RAKESTRAW

112. Dorothy RAKESTRAW (Eva Pearl LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John )

Dorothy married Rudolph J SPUDICH. Rudolph was born on 31 Mar 1923 in Illinois ?. He died on 26 Jan 1986.

Add Notes: Rudolph J. Spudich, d. 26 Jan. 1986, b. 31 Mar. 1923, age; 62yrs, 09 mos, 25 dys, Interred: 29 Jan. 1986, In Charge: Lewis FuneralChapel, Next of Kin: Dorothy Spudich (wife) 6750 Holland Rd, N.W.Bremerton, WA, 692-9168, Becky Left (dtr) 7275 Old Military Rd. N.E.Bremerton, WA. 98310, Phone: 692-9168, Liner: Gov't Marker set andnotified 06/26/1986

Rudolph J. Spudich, 62, Bremerton, died 26 Jan. at University ofWashington Hosp., Seattle,

Rudolph J. Spudich, 62, of Bremerton, born 31 March 1923, passed 26 Jan.1986. Survivors: wife Dorothy, daughters Rebecca Left, Connie Doone, andJackie Wolf, son Nick, brothers, Nick and John, sisters, Mary Ragan, AnnD???, Madge Geringer, and Frances Millick, ten grandchildren and greatgrandchild. Funeral services Wednesday 29 Jan. 11 A.M. at Holy TrinityCatholic Church interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. Arrangements under thedirections of Lewis Funeral Chapel.
Bremerton Sun, 21 Jan. 1988 -

RUDOLPH SPUDICH 31 Mar 1923 26 Jan 1986 (VA) (none specified) 357-18-0493 Illinois

Rudolph and Dorothy had the following children:

  155 F i Rebecca SPUDICH
        Rebecca married Unknown LEFT.

113. Benjamin William Jr LINDSEY (Benjamin William Sr LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 4 Jan 1942 in Kitsap Co. Wa ???, Res: 1942, East Bremerton, Wa.. He died on 16 Mar 1995 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Wa and was buried UNKNOWN in Tombstone, Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, Wa..

Info: Ronald Lindsey: Ben Jr. worked as a janitor in the Puget SoundNavyship in Bremerton. WA. He seemed to be mental handicapped, learningdisabilities. He
Lived in Seattle when he was a child. Edna would bring him over tograndparent's' place to stay and play with his cousins.

Benjamin Lindsey Jr. was born several months before his father died. InfoRon Lindsey

Benjamin Lindsey SS# 535-42-3951 Residence: Bremerton, Kitsap, WA
Born: 04 Jan 1942, Died 16 Mar. 1995, Issued: WA (1961)

His tombstone located in Tracyton Cem. Tracyton, Kitsap, WA.
Benjamin William Lindsey, Beloved Son, Brother, Jan. 4, 1942 - Mar. 16,1995
Also buried are his stepfather, Fred Abel, Pvt US Army, WWII, 17 July1903 - 02 Aug. 1890 and his mother, Edna Clare Abel, Beloved, Wife,Mother, 18 Oct 1902-13 Oct 1985

also buried with Benjamin W. Lindsey Sr- 1901/1942 are Edna's brothers,
Charles E Clare, WA Pvt, Hospital Train 65, WWI
06 Apr 1894 - 09 Mar 1964
Samuel N Clare, WA Pvt 41, Co. 160, Depot Brig. WW I,
21 Jan. 1890 - 24 Apr 1971

Benjamin married UNKNOWN. UNKNOWN was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN and was buried UNKNOWN.

They had the following children:

  156 F i UNKNOWN

114. Illiene LINDSEY (Benjamin William Sr LINDSEY , Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY , Elizabeth Jackson DEAL , Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John )

Illiene married Unknown GRAHAM. Unknown was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN and was buried UNKNOWN.

They had the following children:

  157 i ? GRAHAM

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