Craig County, Oklahoma

Posted Queries for January thru March 2002




Joseph Morrison   400

Query posted by Morrison, Larry on January 02, 2002 for , MORRISON, MORRSON

 

Look for family of Joseph A. Morrison b. 1868 , died 9/3/1947, in Green Co. Vinita, Ok. m. Jennie Virginia Groman b. 1868
ch; Thomas Morrison
Lena Morrison
Virgie Morrison
Maude Morrison
Everett Morrison
Glen Morrison
Marqurete Morrson
thank you for your help
Larry Morrison, Dent Co., Mo. lmm@dam.net

 
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Re: Craig Co connections   431

Query posted by Morrison, Larry on January 02, 2002

 

Roy; Larry Morrison , Dent Co., Mo. lmm@dam.net
I was trying to find Craig Co., Ok message board and found your info on the Craig family of Dent and Crawford Co., MO. Some of the Craigs are in my family tree . If you need any info on the Craigs, and Rhineharts of Dent and Crawford Co. I have it
Larry

 
 

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Re: Carselowry Cemetery   477

Cemetery records posted by Folwell on January 13, 2002

 

I can verify the existence of Carselowey (correct spelling) Cemetery as I attended burials of family members there as a child and recall cleaning the grounds (probably around Memorial Day). It is located near the "Carselowey School" which, I believe, was also used as a church at times, and is near the "Carselowey Community." I am the granddaughter of Charles Victor Carselowey II and grand niece of James Carselowey. The family was granted this land in the Vinita, Afton, Grove area when Oklahoma became a state and Indian Territory was dissolved. I believe my grandparents (C.V. and Della nee Sloan) taught school there or nearby. Some oral history reports have been posted by Susie Carselowey Duncan (married to Red Cloud Duncan) which I found by entering the word "Carselowey" in NBC.COM SEARCH.

 
 

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Re: Carselowry Cemetery   477A

Cemetery records posted by Mahlone on January 14, 2002

 

Thanks for the verification!

 
 

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LORANZO DOW THOMAS   401

Query posted by Shirley on January 17, 2002 for THOMAS

 

Searching for date of death or obit for L.D (LORANZO DOW) THOMAS. He was born July 17, 1834. I have an old 1929 newspaper clipping from unknown newspaper in Craig County that states he was living in Vinita with his daughter and son inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. S.D. FUNDERBURKE at 709 W. Illinois St. in Vinita. He was celebrating his 95th birthday and was quite ill at that time. I suspect he died that same year seeing as his health was failing at the time the article was written. Thanks for any help.

 
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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   475

Query posted by Washington, Preston L. on January 17, 2002 for , LANDRUM, HARDRICK

 

Vanessa----Just last night I copied the Cherokee Freedman application of Lone Landrum, for himself and his wife Cherry, and children George (incarcerated at Lansing), Jesse, Minnie, Reed, and Pearl. Cherry is buried in the cemetery of the Four Mile Branch Baptist Church, east of Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Okla. Other names on your list associated with the Four Mile Branch are: NAVE, STARR, VANN, WARD, and WHITMIRE. I'm researching, specifically, STARR, MAYFIELD, MCNAC, NEVINS, IRONS, NERO, MILLER, WILSON, JONES, AND OTHERS. All these families are associated with the Four Mile Branch, Muskogee County, Okla. area. Hope this is helpful. E-mail me if you want to explore further. Preston.

 
 

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Myrtle Lewis-Sam Hemphill   402

Query posted by Young, Teresa on January 21, 2002 for , DENHAM, LEWIS, HEMPHILL, WESTROPE, DENHAM, CANNON

 

I humbly will appreciate any information on Myrtle (Denham) Lewis who married to Sam Hemphill. Myrtle is the daughter of Lula Mae Westrope Denham Lewis Cannon. I have just received information that Myrtle and Sam Hemphill was living in Vinita, Okla. area and possible buried there. Is anybody familiar with this family? I will appreciate so much on look-up in obituaries and what cemetery they are buried at. Any information is much appreciated. Thanks.

 
 

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Re: Bennett descendents   468

Query posted by Carnes, Phyllis Bennett on January 26, 2002 for BENNETT

 

I am searching for info on my great grandfather Josephus who also lived in Vinita.I want to know who his parents were.
I found his grave in White Oak cemetery but do not know where his wife Nancy's grave is yet.
Are we related??

 
 

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Re: Bennett descendents   468A

Query posted by Carnes, Phyllis Bennett on January 26, 2002 for BENNETT

 

My grandparents lived in Vinita and moved to Alberta.We must be related.

 
 

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Stateline Gas Station, OK-KS border   403

Query posted by V, Tina on January 27, 2002 for , VERCELLI, BARRETTO

 

Looking for information on the Stateline gas station. It was owned and ran by the Barretto (?) family, Particularly Im looking for info on Sadie Vercelli Barretto, who died around 1940. Im not sure exactly where the gas station was located and Im hoping someone can tell me what town it was in. Any info is appreciated. Email me at the addy above or at vercellitr@yahoo.com Thanks!

 
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Re: Bennett descendents   468B

Query posted by Bennett, Jerry on January 30, 2002 for BENNETT

 

I am not sure about that name. I asked my father (89 yrs old) and he does not recognize the name. I have a great grand father named thomas but I know absolutley nothing about him except he lived in that area of oklahoma up to around the 1890's (maybe later) to 1930-1940's. My grand fathers name is william b. bennett (no middle name). Can you make any connection with that. My e-mail is bullet@accessllc.net

 
 

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Re: Ruby Allen   474

Query posted by Kathy on February 01, 2002

 

Donna,
I have a new email address & I hope to hear from you. Your mother & I are first cousins. My father,
Gene Allen, was a brother to your grandmother, Ruby. I have lots of information for you about her,
her parents & brothers. I was in Coffeyville in November 2001. Please write!!

 
 

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Bluejacket --Jarvis or Towner's   478

Query posted by Towner, Kay on February 03, 2002 for , JARVIS, JONES, TOWNER

 

I am looking for my husbands grandmother. Her name as we know it is Minnie Mae (nee) Jones. SHe married Hiram Towner in Missouri and lived in Huboltd, Kansas as of 1910 census.. Family lore is that she divorced Hiram and married a man namd Jarvis and is buried in Bluejacket. There is no proof that she remarried. Her birthdate would be about 1875, she died as far as we know about 1923. I am wondering if any one knows of her or her family?
Thanks
Kay Towner

 
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Cochran   405

Query posted by Richards, Debbie on February 04, 2002 for , COCHRAN, SMITH, TIMPSON

 

Would anyone have any information on Cochran's. I have on the Drennen Roll of 1851 at #1029, Delaware District a James Cochran, Al-key-ne and their daughter Nellie Timson. On an application of Eliza Smith/Boot, she states that she has a half sister named O-li-gi-ni Cochran and daughter Ne-li. Eliza Smith/Boot is a sister to Bear Timpson and trying to figure out how O-li-gi-ni comes into the picture. Any information on Cochran's would be appreciated.
Thank Debbie Richards debrtwo@msn.com

 
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Butler   406

Query posted by Richards, Debbie on February 04, 2002 for , BUTLER, TIMPSON

 

Am looking for information on a Susan Butler that died Jan. 20, 1887. She was 23 years old in 1886. This would make her birth year circa 1863. She is listed on Certificate for Cherokee Roll dated 1886 with Bear Timpson, Sallie Lo, Hensley Pigeon, Susie Timpson adn Sammie Lo. Have an article from the Indian Chieftain that reads: Miss Butler, a niece of Bear Timpson died on Monday the 10th and was buried the following day. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. A.N. Chamberlain. Any information would be appreciated.
Thanks Debbie Richards debrtwo@msn.com

 
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Re: Claude Deal   426

Query posted by Burke, Mary on February 06, 2002 for , DEAL, PILGRIMS

 

Hi,
While at a garage sale last summer I bought a picture of a C. C. Deal home place. It doesn't say what year it is.
It also says that this picture was own by a Addie Pilgrims.
The picture was taken in Estella, OK., Craig Co.
There is a note written on it that says, "My Dad where I was raised.' I wish that she had wrote her name.
Any way I have being searching for kin to give it too.
I bought this picture in McAlester OK., Pittsburg Co.
There is no year or date on the picture.
Since you are asking for information about a C. Deal, I wanted to contact you. I have no other information about the family.
There might be a connection to your family. I'm not kin.
Mary

 
 

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Re: CAMPBELL   407

Query posted by Dani on February 13, 2002 for CAMPBELL

 

I am trying to find information on a Louis Campbell who lived in or near Vinita, Ok in the 1940's. Do you possibly have any information on this person?

 
 

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Re: CAMPBELL   407A

Query posted by Karchf on February 13, 2002 for CAMPBELL

 

Dani,
I've never heard of a Louis Campbell. However, my gggrandfather, Duncan H. Campbell, had an Uncle Ebenezer who had several children. I don't know if any of them came west or not. Duncan's first wife was Margie/Margery MOYER/ MOYERS/MYERS. I saw your post for Moyer and wonder if there might be a connection there..

 
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Poe   408

Query posted by Ezlane, Naomi on February 22, 2002 for POE

 

Am looking for the names of any Poe's who are buried in White Oak cemitary. Thank you

 
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Re: Carselowey Cemetery   477B

Cemetery records posted by Miller, Stephanie on February 25, 2002 for , ASBURY, MCKINNEY

 

Looking for information about graves and burial dates of my g-grandparents in Carselowey Cemetary near Vinita. They are William Kirk Asbury born 1873 and Charlotte Susan Asbury born 1874. I am also looking for another set of g-grandparents buried somewhere near Vinita, cemetary unknown. They are George Washington McKinney, born 1848 or 1849 and Mary Jane McKinney, birthdate unknown. George Washington McKinney was a soldier in the Civil War. Thanks for any help.

 
 

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Re: Carselowey Cemetery   477C

Cemetery records posted by Gentry, Jon on February 25, 2002 for ASBURY

 

My information shows "East of Driveway" in Carselowey Cemetery "William K. Asbury 1873-1962" and "Charlotte S. Asbury 1874-1950" no listing for any McKinney family. For any later burials contact me again I have a cousin on the Cemetery board.

 
 

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Re: Carselowey Cemetery   477D

Cemetery records posted by Miller, Stephanie on February 25, 2002 for ASBURY

 

I greatly appreciate the Asbury burial information you posted. I hope to visit the graves of my g-grandparents this summer. I would like to find information about other family buried in Vinita, perhaps in the Carselowey Cemetary. They include the following of my great aunts and uncles: Joseph Asbury born 1893, Cordelia Asbury Knight born 1895,Vivian Asbury Millikan born 1906, Wayne Asbury born 1913, Arch Asbury born 1916.

 
 

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BUCKMASTER   450

Query posted by Bfwoodsjr on February 27, 2002 for BUCKMASTER

 

Seeking information and descendents of Phillip Buckmaster (b)1868 (d)1964 Bluejacket, Craig County, OK. He was married to Nancy Melvina (Vina) Woods in 1891. Nancy was born 1864 and died in 1922. To my knowledge both are buried in Bluejacket, Craig County, OK.

 
 

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BURKS/PHILLIPS   409

Query posted by Micki on March 08, 2002 for PHILLIPS BURKS

 

I am searching for information on Andrew P. PHILLIPS b. 22 Jan 1887 in Fairview Arkansas. He married in Vinita, Craig Co, Oklahoma on 25 Jan 1902 (at age 15!) to Louise Melissa BURKS b. 16 July 1881. Her parents were living in Montgomery Co, Kansas. Andrew and Louise had their first child Walter PHILLIPS on22 May 1902 in Vinita, Craig Co, OK, then moved to Montgomery Co before Oct. 1903. I would like to know if more of Andrew's family was living in Vinita at that time. Any information on Andrew and his ancestors appreciated. Thanks, Micki

 
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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   475A

Query posted by H, Jenny on March 09, 2002 for , LANDRUM, HARDRICK

 

My paternal grandmother was a Landrum. Her name was Eva Landrum and her brother was Bill Landrum. Her father, Mr. Landrum was killed by a Mr. Wright supposedly over a horse. Mr. wright later married my ggrandmother, Ella (Ellie)Landrum

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   475B

Query posted by Bflyv on March 11, 2002 for , LANDRUM, HARDRICK

 

Preston,
Thank you for responding. I am very excited about the information you have and would love to get copies of Lone's and Cherry's application if possible. I will pay postage and copying costs. Are you related to Lone and Cherry? If so how. I believe one of Lone's parents is related to either Arch or Winnie Landrum. Arch and Winnie are the 4th great-grandparents of my son (through his biological father, that is). Cherry's parents were Jordan and Delilah Thompson. How can I get detailed information re: the names that are associated with Four Mile Branch? (i.e. NAVE, STARR, VANN, WARD, WHITMIRE). I have no doubt that we are researching the same families.

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   475C

Query posted by Bflyv on March 11, 2002 for , LANDRUM, HARDRICK

 

If your grandmother was the Eva Landrum that was raised by John and Mary Landrum, then, my son is related to her. I have work out the connection again, though. Was Eva's father's first name Andy? What was Mr. Wright's first name? Is the horse story word of mouth or do you have documentation? Who did Eva marry? Where did they live? I 'm excited about your information! Thank you for your response.

 
 

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Re: Downing   472

Query posted by H, Jenny on March 12, 2002 for DOWNING

 

Do you have any information on Asa Downing, I believe he was from the Vinita area. He also lived in Coffeyville Ks, and after his wife's death (Eva) he lived in Independance, Ks with a sister.

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   475D

Query posted by Vhubbard on March 12, 2002 for , LANDRUM, HARDRICK

 

Oh boy!! This is a surprise. Yes Andy was Eva's father. Her mother Ella(ellie) was expecting Eva when Andy was killed. No the horse story is from the Vinita Indian Chieftain Weekly, published Thursday October 15,1896. However, family members have other versions I did not know that Mary and John raised Eva. Oh yes, Mr Wright's name was Araon . I will try to scan the letter I have from Vinita (actuall it belongs to my cousin Tony) and send you a copy. Grandmother Eva was married to my grandfather Fred Douglass Hubbard, grandfather passed away in 1937, Eva then married Asa Downing , she and Daddy Ace were married until Eva passed away in 1960. Daddy Ace passed away in Independance, Ks approx. 1976. I'm hoping there are the people you're looking for.

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   475E

Query posted by Bflyv on March 14, 2002 for , LANDRUM, HARDRICK

 

John and Mary (nee:Whitmire) Landrum were Andy's parents. They raised Eva and her brother,
Lon, along with their own children: Polly, Maria, Harry, Nancy, Rhoda, George, Nelson, Betsy (Bettie)
and Ben.

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   475F

Query posted by Vhubbard on March 15, 2002 for , LANDRUM, HARDRICK

 

Vanessa, This is so exciting. After two years of searching, I,ve finally made a contact. Yes, Eva had a brother Lonnie and I understand that he moved to California at an early age. There are a few people still living in Oklahoma that knew the Landrums (Most of them are in their late 80's & 90's). I am hoping to see some of them in the next 2-3 months and possibly have more information about the family. Most of the family from my father's generation back have passed on but I have a host of cousins and one aunt still living (Eva's children).If you care to continue to communicate send me an e-mail at the above address or Ramlui@aol.com and I will be in touch.

 
 

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Miles, Keys, Hoyt, Lowrey, Lowery, Lowry   410

Query posted by Jimst on March 18, 2002 for , MILES, KEYS, HOYT, LOWREY, LOWERY, LOWRY

 

My grandfather, Guy Lee Miles, was born in Vinita, Craig Co., Oklahoma (1904). He lived in Silverton and Salem, Oregon; died 1961, and is buried in Polk County, Oregon. His father was John Benedict Miles (b. 1861 in Indiana, d. 1953 in Craig Co., OK). His mother was Lucy Darling Keys (b. 1872, OK, d. 1922 Craig Co., OK).

 
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Re: BUCKMASTER   450A

Query posted by Schofield, Connie on March 18, 2002 for BUCKMASTER

 

According to the book "Bluejacket Cemetery : Tombstone Readings, unmarked Burials & Genealogy Information" the Buckmasters and many of their descendents are buried in Bluejacket Cemetery. I personally know some of their descendents. If you want more information, contact me privately.

 
 

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