Craig County, Oklahoma

Posted Queries for October thru December 2002




Census look up request   446

Lookups posted by Towner, Kay on October 01, 2002 for , JONES, TOWNER, HUDSON

 

Could some one do a look up for me?? PLEASE :)
I am looking for Minnie M. Towner/Jarvis was supposed to be in Craig county about 1913-1925. I slashed the last name because as story goes she married a Towner and divorced him and later married a Jarvis. She would have had a young son with her named Robert. I believe they lived around Bluejacket are. Story goes Robert nad Minnie didn't live to far from his 'girlfriends house) who later became his wife. Charlotte Hudson.
I also need to know when she died and where she is buried.
Any help or infor willmost helpfull and appreciated.
Thanks geokay@midway.net
Kay

 
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Re: Vinita Obituaries   447A

Query posted by Schofield, Connie on October 02, 2002

 

The best place would be Oklahoma Historical Society, Newspaper Dept. 2100 nN. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK

 
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Morris Brown's Family   448

Query posted by Debpeysen on October 02, 2002 for , BROWN, MCGHEE

 

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Re: Morris Brown's Family   448A

Query posted by Girl, That Johnson on October 11, 2002 for ARNOLD

 

Do you know who Mabel's Arnold grandparents were? We had some Arnold ancestors (Liddie, James Noah, Minnie, Mattie, Mary, Pearl & Marion Frank) in the 1920's & 1930's in Craig Co

 
 

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Re: Morris Brown's Family   448B

Query posted by Debpeysen on October 11, 2002

 

Mable's Arnold grandparents were J.W. and Nettie Arnold.

 
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Baptism records   456

Query posted by Shiv on October 12, 2002

 

I am trying to find information for my grandmother who was born in Welch, Craig OK on August 27, 1905. Her name was Glessie Hays and had a twin sister named Bessie Hays. Their parents were James Robert Hays and Eliza Gay Meglasson Hays. The parents came from Missouri before the twins were born. We are trying to locate when she and her sister were baptized in the Catholic church. She believes she was about a year old.

 
 

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Re: White Oak Cemetery   467

Query posted by Schofield, Connie on October 16, 2002

 

According to our newest reading of the cemetery they are there. Dates as you have them.

 
 

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White Oak Cemetery   467A

Query posted by Krogh, B on October 16, 2002 for MILLER

 

Does anyone have a listing of burials in White Oak?
Trying to verify for Ray Harvey Miller 1889-1988 and wife Martha (Mattie) Miller 1897-1991.

 
 

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Re: Eastern State Hospital Cemetery   466

Query posted by Str, Redhd on November 02, 2002 for , PARKER, HAUGHN

 

Can you tell me why no one is allowed to look at that list?? My grandmother, Lettie marie Haughn Parker, died in that hospital on 1/12/1931, leaving 6 little children orphans, I was more or less told it was a "paupers grave",does that make sense , would it be there?? It most likely then would be "unmarked" does that mean there is not a name on even a small little marker ?? any info appreciated

 
 

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HELP! Anne I. (Hemphill) CLANTON d 1925 Vinita, OK wf of Samuel Ulysses CLANTON   449

Query posted by Kayward, Mary on November 13, 2002 for , CLANTON, HEMPHILL

 

Does anyone have a Craig county History book or any resources that would have info about the following people?:
I just learned that the daughter of James Thomas Hemphill and Isabelle Lasiter, Anna Isabelle Hemphill born 20 Sept. 1871 died 1925 Vinita, Craig co, OK. I estimate that she married about 1889 Samuel Ulysses CLANTON. He died 16 Dec 1943 perhaps also in Vinita, OK. Did they have any children? Are they buried in a cemetery in Vinita or in Craig county? Samuel Ullysses Grant CLANTON was born 26 AUG 1871 Barry Co., MO died 16 DEC 1943; the 8th of 12 children of Edward "Ned" CLANTON b: 25 APR 1832 in Trigg Co., KY & Martha DODSON b abt 1837 in MO.
Please contact me with info: Mary K. Ward, 1432 Yeardley Drive, Richmond, Virginia 23225; ph 804-232-9338; email mksroots at juno.com > Thanks!

 
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Re: BUCKMASTER   450C

Query posted by Vance, May on November 14, 2002 for BUCKMASTER

 

Ben are you still looking for information about Phillip W. Buckmaster? I have a funeral home data sheet with this information: Phillip W. Buckmaster died 26 March 1956 at 7:50A.M. at Blue Jacket, Craig, Oklahoma. date of burial was 28 March 1956 at Blue Jacket Cemetery, Craig county, OK. he was a retired farmer, age 87 yrs., 6 mos, 21 days. Widowed, parents were Robert W. and Charlotte Shell Buckmaster. His Obituary does not mention any children, just 2 surviving sisters, Mrs. Bill Phillipy of Gardenia, California and Mrs. Eliza Ninemiers, of Blue Jacket. I also have his marriage record from Worth County, Missouri, Phillip Buckmaster of Irena, married Vina Woods of Iowa 25 December 1891 by E. Keeler, Minister of the Gospel. Phillip is the son of my step-great aunt Charlotte Shell Buckmaster, her mother is my great-grandmother Moler. --If there were children I would like to hear from you to update my records.
Good hunting!

 
 

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Re: BUCKMASTER   450D

Query posted by Jr., Ben F. Woods on November 15, 2002

 

May,
Vina Woods was my grandfather's sister. I really do appreciate the information.

 
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WARNER (Jess, Ailey, Lula May, Gene and Cora May (1920's) Vinita   451

Query posted by Littlel, John Joy on November 17, 2002 for , WARNER, KIRK, YOUNG

 

Two sisters Ailey Young and Cora May Young Kirk (widowed & with 9 children--moved from KS to Skiatook, OK) married two brothers. Jess and Ailey had daughter Lula May. Jess was Pentecostal preacher. Trying to locate information on the sisters Ailey and Cora May. Later Gene and Cora May moved to Springfield, MO, Greene Co. Also trying to connect the girls to Cherokee Indian tribe. I heard that they were 50 % or half Indian. Cora May was born 1882 in Nebraska City, NE. Father was George W. Young and wife was Mary. He was born in Iowa and Mary was born in NE. They lived in Crawford Co., KS in 1902 when Cora married James Elmon Amos Kirk where she lived until 1920 with James being killed in a powder explosion in Turck, Cherokee Co. KS in 1919 leaving her with the 9 children.

 
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Cora Eliza SHAFFER b 29DEC1879   452

Query posted by Brian on November 18, 2002 for SHAFFER

 

Aurthur Columbus MASTERSON b 22EFB1876, m 13 JAN 1901, Washington, Arkansas to Cora Eliza SHAFFER b 29DEC1879; d 7NOV1955 in Vinita, Craig, OK. They had at least one child but at lease possible one more. Her father was Issac and her mother was Elizabeth SUMMIT.
Thanks to any who supply info.
Brian

 
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Lucille OLSEN - Obit   453

Obituary posted by Grisso, H on November 20, 2002 for OLSON

 

Lucille Olsen
The funeral for Lucille Olsen will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Central Valley Chapel in Central Point. Chaplain David Campbell will officiate. The graveside service will follow at 1 p.m. at Eagle Point National Cemetery.

 
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CORRECTED - Lucille OLSEN - Obit   454

Obituary posted by Grisso, H on November 20, 2002 for , OLSEN, FAIR, BECK, MCCLINTOCK, SWARTOS

 

From the Medford (OR) MailTribune 11-16-2002 at http://www.mailtribune.com

 
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Samuel Brown, Blue Jacket, Oklahoma   455

Query posted by Richard, Clay Camp on November 26, 2002 for , BROWN, SAMUEL, OKLAHOMA

 

Looking for any information on the Samuel Brown family that lived in the Blue Jacket, OK area. He and his wife were Cherokee, with a daughter named Martha. Contact me at whorrall@aol.com.

 
 

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Re: Brentnall/Peck Vinita or Bluejacket   458C

Query posted by Peck, Albert R on November 26, 2002

 

Lucius Peck was my great uncle. He is buried in the Bluejacket Cemetery with one wife on each side. You are correct about his second wife. I have more information. You may write back with questions, if you wish.

 
 

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Re: Brentnall/Peck Vinita or Bluejacket   458D

Query posted by Peck, Albert R on November 26, 2002

 

I was the one who wrote the Peck stories in the latest Craig County History Book.

 
 

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Re: Samuel Brown, Blue Jacket, Oklahoma   455A

Query posted by Prairierose on November 29, 2002 for BROWN

 

My grand mother was a Brown she was Cherokee and was raised near the Verdigris River I remember her mother but not her name my grandmother given name was Isabell. Loyd Arthur

 
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Re: Baptism records   456A

Query posted by Schofield, Connie on December 07, 2002

 

In 1905 it would have been in Vinita, OK or Chetopa, KS.

 
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Re: Nancy Hazel or Hazel nancy Bennett   457A

Query posted by Callsup on December 11, 2002 for , BENNETT, FRY, ZUNDELL, HODGES

 

These people are my husbands relatives. I have been to the White Oak Cemetery, but it was before I got into genealogy. As soon as the weather is good I plan to go back with my mother-in-law, Dorothy Maxine Fry. I have a letter that my Mother-in-law wrote when her Uncle James came to Owasso to visit her and granny Zundell. Josephus Bennett was Maggie Elizabeth Bennett's father. She had two children by Jim Tallon, but according to Uncle Jim Bennett he didn't know this, because he said that Josephus was his father instead of Grandfather. Madge Ola Bennett, my husband's grandmother, told my mother-in-law the story. A funny tidbit of news. She did marry Homer Storts, but they didn't get along. One day she said to him, "You see that cow out there in the pasture, you can have that cow if you will just take her and go on down the road", and he did.
Carol Allsup

 
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Need obit - Carl STOVALL   462

Query posted by Crane, Nancy on December 12, 2002 for STOVALL

 

Looking for obit on Carl STOVALL, died April 1979, resided in Vinita. Thanks for any help.
ndcgenealogy@aol.com

 
 

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Re: Brentnall/Peck Vinita or Bluejacket   458E

Query posted by Peck, Albert R on December 15, 2002 for PECK

 

I have a copy of the Obit for Lucius Butler Peck. It was published in the Miami, Okla., News-Record, January 6, 1964. It mentions his surviving wife (Olive), and 6 children and the city where they reside. I stay in touch with one of his daughters.

 
 

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Re: York/Bible   459

Query posted by Dampman, Connie on December 15, 2002 for YORK

 

I have a York family bible left to me by my grandmother. It list family birthdates for the children of Caleb Wesley and Marinda Lorain Clark York. Caleb was the son of Jeremiah York and Sarah Hill. Caleb was the grandson of Jeremiah and Sarah Hargass York. Grandfather Jeremiah was the brother of Jesse York who married Rachel.

 
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Re: Looking for information   460A

Query posted by Richards, Debbie on December 18, 2002 for LARGE

 

I have listed in my 1890 Cherokee Nation Census in Delaware District:
Large, William - NC, age 23, male, farming
Large, Artie - AW, age 20, female
Large, Mabel (nothing listed)
(This William would of been born circa 1867)
Don't know if this helps, but worth passing on just in case.

 
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Re: Timpson Chapel Church Cemetery   461A

Query posted by Richards, Debbie on December 18, 2002

 

Jason, my sister is Jimmie and since she posted this, she has been to busy to follow up. But I would love any information you have on James and Arie. The reason we have inquired is to see if there was any relation between Bear and James. Bear's mother, Ainse (on the 1851 Drennen Roll) took in a Caty Horsefly and since we have articles on Bear and James, we were wondering what the connection was. According to info I have, James mother's name was Ga-u-ga-ey. Bear's had a wife listed as Ga-u-ga. So maybe this could be a connection. But I also have information too. Do you have the Timpson Chapel Cemetery book? They are listed in there. I have articles also on James. I see that your name is Terrell, I have listings of them too. So if you would like any of the info I have, you are more than welcome to it. You can e-mail me at debrtwo@msn.com

 
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Re: Need obit - Carl STOVALL   462A

Query posted by Schofield, Connie on December 21, 2002

 

Suggest you write to Craig County Genealogical Society P.O. Box 484 Vinita, OK 74301 with your request. Enclose a legal-sized SASE and $2.00 to cover copy cost.

 
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