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Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News  Vol. 1, No. 1, page 3, 'A Tarbert Family Newsletter' July 1997
Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News Vol. 1, No. 1, page 3, "A Tarbert Family Newsletter" July 1997
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moved to a site close to today's Noth Central High School, where the family ran a dairy operation as Joseph helped rebuild the town. The boys drove the cows to the Spokane River to water them near the wood frame Monroe Street bridge. Joseph and Nancy spent the rest of their lives at Wild Rose Prairie. They witnessed the marriage of daughter Jennie to George Emerson and sons, Floyd to Grace Hall and Elmore to Della Pennington and celebrated the births of numerous grandchildren. Nancy Tarbert passed away June 1900. Burial was alongside Aletia at the Wild Rose Cemetery. Joseph soon moved to a smaller 'retirement' home (see page 10). He lived another fourteen years to see Frank marry Clara Pennington, Clyde marry Ina Tucker and Nellie marry Alfred Beyersdorf and to celebrate the births of several more of the couples 45 grandchildren. Joseph continued his service to the community during his final years as a builder and Sunday School volunteer. Joseph passed away Dec. 6,1914. Service were at the Wild Rose Church he had recently built (see Recollections of a grandchild - page 5) and burial was at the Wild Rose Cemetery next to Nancy.


Wild Rose Prairie
Wild Rose Prairie is just north of Spokane. Follow highway 395 toward Deer Park and turn left on Monroe Road, It is a short drive over low hills under mature pine and fir trees until you reach the valley known as Wild Rose Prairie. The first thing you see is the Wild Rose Cemetery on a slight knoll to your right. Stop and walk to the highest point and two things are immediately obvious. You have found the Tarbert family burial sites and you have the best possible view of Joseph Tarbert's homestead. It is the quarter section of land just across the road to the west. Wild Rose Prairie is two to three miles wide and several miles long. It is surrounded by hills and uncultivated spots are still covered with trees showed the route from cabin to cabin - the vestiges of civilization were evident from the beginning. The first school was taaught in a log building even before the Tarbert family arrived.

 
 
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Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News  Vol. 1, No. 1, page 5, 'A Tarbert Family Newsletter' July 1997
Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News Vol. 1, No. 1, page 5, "A Tarbert Family Newsletter" July 1997
 
 
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Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News  Vol. 1, No. 1, page 6, 'A Tarbert Family Newsletter' July 1997
Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News Vol. 1, No. 1, page 6, "A Tarbert Family Newsletter" July 1997
 
 
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Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News  Vol. 1, No. 1, page 7, 'A Tarbert Family Newsletter' July 1997
Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News Vol. 1, No. 1, page 7, "A Tarbert Family Newsletter" July 1997
 
 
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Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News  Vol. 1, No. 1, page 8, 'A Tarbert Family Newsletter' July 1997
Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News Vol. 1, No. 1, page 8, "A Tarbert Family Newsletter" July 1997
 
 
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Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News  Vol. 1, No. 1, page 9, 'A Tarbert Family Newsletter' July 1997
Tarbert Family History - Tarbert Family News Vol. 1, No. 1, page 9, "A Tarbert Family Newsletter" July 1997
 
 
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The Bausch Boys
The Bausch Boys
Status: Located; Adolph, Steve, Fred, and Henry
Charlie, Phillip Sr. and Philip Jr.
(Great Uncles, Great Grand Father and Grand Father of Jessie Lawrence Waldo 
 
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the Rothenberger stone is in lot 4. It's next to the fence on the west side
the Rothenberger stone is in lot 4. It's next to the fence on the west side
Status: Located; The Lenox Cemetery is a few miled east of there. I had the cemetery plat and we found the Rothenberger stone right away. I got a photo of it so if you want a copy I can e-mail you a copy. Netha
 
 
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Three Generations of the Bausch Family
Three Generations of the Bausch Family
Status: Located; Margaret, Harold, Edward, Katie, Herman, Charles, Stephen, Rosa & Philipp 
 
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Tina and Eric Wedding Annoucment in Daily Record Newspaper - Ellensburg, WA
Tina and Eric Wedding Annoucment in Daily Record Newspaper - Ellensburg, WA
Status: Located; Error in Annoucment -They were married in Kennewick, Washington 
 
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Wedding Bells at Promontory
Wedding Bells at Promontory
Status: Located;

 
 
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Werblovsky's family Photographers in St Petersbug, Russia
Werblovsky's family Photographers in St Petersbug, Russia
Status: Located;  
 
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Will of James Tarbert (1784-1866)
Will of James Tarbert (1784-1866)
 
 

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