Craig County, Oklahoma

Posted Queries for January thru March 2006




MITCHELL FAMILY + Eastern State Hosp   800

Query posted by Egnor, Stacey on January 04, 2006 for MITCHELL

 

I've recently found a census that stated that a relative was institued. Does anyone know how I would go about getting information about her? or perhaps a burial record?? Any information would help!

 
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Re: Homer Roscoe Phillips   801

Query posted by Andrea on January 04, 2006 for , PHILLIPS, SHAW

 

Was Homer Roscoe Phillips or his father possibly known as Professor H. R. Phillips? I have a very old book that may have belonged to him by w.h.j. shaw

 
 

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Re: Homer Roscoe Phillips   801A

Query posted by Soto, Katie on January 04, 2006

 

Homer was a farmer most of his life, and he later lived in Coffeyville, Kansas in the late 60s.

 
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Samuel T. Hunt and Amy Culley Hunt   857

Query posted by Greer, Shirley on January 04, 2006 for , HUNT, HALE

 

Samuel T. Hunt was in Vinita Ward 1 Craig Co, OK in the 1930 Census house 99 with wife Amy and daughter Eliza. Samuel was 71, he was born in Smith Co, TN in 1849 to Gersham Hunt and Maria Pugh. I believe he died in Vinita.
There were more of my Hunt's and Hales in OK.
I live in Nashville, TN so it is very hard to get info. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Shirley Hunt Greer

 
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Eastern Oklahoma Mental Hospital   802

Query posted by Stewart, John on January 08, 2006 for , ROSE, MCMILLIN, STEWART

 

Are there listings or death certificates or commitment certifications available for patients at the Eastern OK Mental Hospital. My GAunt Olive V. Stewart McMillin Rose is listed as a patient in 1930 Census but no further information. Request any information as to her disposition or where I can obtain further information. Thank you.

 
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Re: Wm Lemons-Ada Stidham   860

Query posted by Storrence on January 09, 2006 for , STIDHAM, LEMONS

 

I put the wrong year of marriage for Wm. Lemons and Ada Stidham. They married some time around 1912-1914. Ada is deceased by 1930.
Ada's mother, Susan Atchley Stidham, died in Vinita in 1909, the family having lived there a short time, coming from Lebanon, Laclede Co, MO. The father, William Penrose Stidham, returned to Laclede Co, MO with his younger children by 1914 when he remarried. Would love to exchange information with any one related to these families(Lemons, Atchley, Stidham). Thank you.

 
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Louis Campbell   844

Query posted by Dani on January 10, 2006 for CAMPBELL

 

Does anyone know of a Louis Campbell who lived in or near Vinita around 1945 ?

 
 

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James L. Turner family   803

Query posted by Ozarkuncle on January 25, 2006 for , TURNER, BROWN

 

Looking for information/descendants of JAMES L. TURNER, son of Stephen and Louise E. (Brown) TURNER. James born ca 1891 probably in Douglas County, MO and living with parents in Craig Co., OK 1910 census and in Brewer twp. on 1920 Muskogee CO census. Will exchange data.

 
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Obit Lookup Request Please - Turner, 1932   804

Query posted by Sharolyn on January 27, 2006 for TURNER

 

I would like to request an obit lookup for: William Jasper Turner; died 4 MAR 1932. He was buried in Vinita, OK

 
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Quackenbush, Hurley F. and Mary   823

Query posted by Acargo on February 07, 2006 for QUACKENBUSH

 

Seeking information on Quackenbush, Hurley F. and his wife, Mary (?? Mammie). He and Mary Farnell, Fernell, (daughter of Frank Fernell and Thersa Pettiti )had children. They used to live on North Bell St. in Vinita Oklahoma. If Mary is alive she would be between 90 and 100 years old. (Today is Feb. 7, 2006). I am looking for information on the descendents of these two people. Thanks. By the way, the Quakenbush phone has been disconnected just within the past two years. Thanks...

 
 

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Re: Mattie Mae (Hardrick) Ryle   805

Query posted by Borst, Karen on February 08, 2006

 

Hi,
I found some of the info I was looking for & helped out a few of the Relatives on that Branch. Thank you Vanessa.
She was Native American.
Karen

 
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Obituaries for Welch?   806

Query posted by Hopper, Linda on February 14, 2006 for MULLINS

 

What newspaper would carry the obituary for a death in Welch Oklahoma? I am looking for the obit for John William Mullins. He died Feb 2,2006. Thank you for your help.

 
 

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Re: Obituaries for Welch?   806A

Query posted by Gentry, Paul on February 14, 2006

 

Vinita Daily Journal (Okla) or Miami News Record

 
 

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Re: Obituaries for Welch?   806B

Query posted by Hopper, Linda on February 14, 2006

 

Thank you so much.

 
 

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Re: Obituaries for Welch?   806C

Query posted by Gentry, Paul on February 15, 2006

 

The News Record has a Web site with Obit section.
http://www.miamiok.com

 
 

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Re: Obituaries for Welch?   806D

Query posted by Hopper, Linda on February 15, 2006

 

Hi Jon,
I tried http://www.miamiok.com.....but the archives won't pull up John's name. I can't get the Vinita Daily Journal to open. I called the funeral home in Welch this morning and they have been kind enough to send me a copy of the obituary. Thank you so much for your time.

 
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Lilburn Restine Scott (1875) and family   865

Query posted by Ncoon on February 17, 2006 for , SCOTT, BURRIS

 

Looking for relatives of James Newton Scott (1847) and wife Sarah Elizabeth Burris Scott (1849 - lived in Indian Territory and their son Lilburn Restine Scott (1875) and his family lived in Vinita in the 1910-1930 census (where Lilburn's mother Sarah lived with them in 1930 at age 80). Lilburn Restine Scott was printer, worked for Vinita Leader. He and wife Helena Marrs Scott raised 11 children in Vinita: Twins Winnie and Willard Bryan, Velma D, Ruth E., Fay M., Gertrude E., Helen E., Lilburn Restine, Jr., Virginia Lee, Mary Jane, and Ada Law Scott. Need marriages and descendants. Places of burial. Death and Marriage dates. I have all of them in census from 1870 to 1930. (except for 1910 census for James Newton and wife Sarah Elizabeth Scott).Also have wwI draft records for Lilburn, Sr. and Willard B. Thanks. Write e-mail direct to me above e-mail is innacurate: new e-mail: rcoon4@cox.net

 
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Re: John BERNETT   807

Query posted by Wilson, Thomas on February 20, 2006 for , WILSON, DANIEL, HILDEBRAND, MILLER

 

Hello,
I noticed you mentioned an Ida MILLER in your post. My husband's Grandfather had a 1/2 sister, Ida M. MILLER. She was born 1883 and her family was in the Vinita I.T.[OK] area. She was the dau. of Martha J. Daniel, Cherokee, and her 2nd husband George MILLER [Martha first married Lewis Wilson, Cherokee,and they had one child, my Grandfather James Daniel Wilson]. George and Martha had 10 children and after George died, Martha married a 3rd time and had 5 more children. Could this be the Ida MILLER in your post? Would like to find some decendants of Martha.
Thanks,
Patty Wilson

 
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Moses Daniel   809

Query posted by Wilson, Thomas on February 20, 2006 for , WILSON, DANIEL, HILDEBRAND, MILLER

 

I am looking for the gravestie of Moses Daniel. Moses was a Conductor on the Trail of Tears. His family is believed to have settled upon arrival in the Blue Jacket area. Moses' son, James Daniel, was in the Delaware District in 1860 on the 1860 Slave Census. [he owned one slave that was deaf]. James died in 1862. He was a Union soldier, but his death date and burial site is unknown. Moses' granddaughter, Martha J. Daniel took her allotment in Centralia, and is buried in the cemetery there. If anyone knows of either Moses or James Daniels' burial, or any sources I can check, please let me know.
Thank you,
Tom

 
 

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Added info for Moses Daniel   809A

Query posted by Wilson, Thomas on February 20, 2006 for , WILSON, DANIEL, HILDEBRAND, MILLER

 

Moses Daniel death was reported in the July 3, 1848 Cherokee Advocate as footnoted in Grant Foremans', "Five Civilized Tribes". We have not been able to locate this issue.
Tom

 
 

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Centralia Cemetery Monument of Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel   811

Query posted by Wilson, Thomas on February 20, 2006 for , WILSON, DANIEL, HILDEBRAND, MILLER

 

My Great Grandmother was Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel. She is buried in the Centralia Cemetery, Centralia, Craig Co, OK. Martha died May 10,1910. I am looking for the maker of her monument. The back of her monument has a poem, and when we were there a few years ago, we didn't know what the stone looked like till we found it. So we had no way of getting the poem off the back. It was worn and we did write down what we could read and took pictures. They helped somewhat, but we still cannot get all the poem. We were hoping to find the records from the monument maker to see what was put on it. The name side is very clear and readable. She is buried with her 3rd husband, Robert A. Wilson and 2 children who died young, Sadie and William Wilson near the center of the cemetery. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you,
Tom

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick- for Preston   855C

Query posted by Wilson, Thomas on February 20, 2006 for , WILSON, DANIEL, HILDEBRAND, MILLER

 

Preston,
I would be interested in your Wilson and Miller's. I have Wilson's that are east of Fort Gibson, there since 1834 as Old Settlers. Miller married into them much later. Could I get a list of names of Wilson and Millers buried in the 4 mile branch cemetery?
Thank you,
Patty

 
 

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Crawford family in Ruby & Vinita   862

Query posted by Rkren on February 23, 2006 for , CRAWFORD, MARSHALL, LARUE, CHURCH

 

Looking for parents and siblings for Joseph L. Crawford, who was in Ruby/Vinita, Oklahoma in 1897. Need help with this brick wall! Thanks Rhonda.

 
 

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Re: Moses Daniel   809B

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on February 25, 2006

 

Are you saying James was a Union soldier who died in 1862?
If so, what unit was he with?

 
 

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Re: Added info for Moses Daniel   809C

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on February 25, 2006

 

Suggest you contact the Oklahoma Historical Society in Oklahoma City.

 
 

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Re: Centralia Cemetery Monument of Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel   811A

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on February 25, 2006

 

According to the Centralia Cemetery book, published with other cemeteries by Mary Oakley and Constance Schofield
The poem says
"There is no death; The stars go down to rise upon a once far shore.
And, Bright in Heaven's jewelled crown, they shine forevermore.

 
 

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Re: Moses Daniel   809D

Query posted by Tom on February 26, 2006 for DANIEL

 

James Daniel was a Private in Company B, 3rd Regiment.

 
 

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Re: Moses Daniel   809E

Query posted by Tom on February 26, 2006 for DANIEL

 

James Daniel information was from, "Indian Home Guards, Civil War Service Records", transcribed by Marybelle W. Chase.

 
 

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Coal Mines in Vinita 1929   808

Query posted by Avery, Dave on February 27, 2006

 

I need a list of the coal mines around Vinita in 1929.J.L. Davis ran one until his death in 1929 in a car wreck in Kansas

 
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Re: Moses Daniel   809F

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on February 27, 2006 for DANIEL

 

If James is buried the Craig county area his grave is unmarked. If he died at the Battle of Big Cabin, there are several possibilities but nothing can be proved. His wife is buried in an unmarked grave in the McCrary family cemetery as Mary AlCORN

 
 

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Re: Moses Daniel   809G

Query posted by Tom on February 27, 2006 for ALCORN

 

Thank you for the information! James died really young and it is hard to find anything on him. We have been looking for Mary Alcorn's grave for a long time. We had been told she was buried at Braggs OK, but they were not part of the family and were not for sure where they had got the information. Mary had taken her homestead allotment just North of Braggs, and it later became part of Camp Gruber. We know she was born Oct 15, 1840 but we do not know when she died. Is there some kind of record or paper that you could email a copy to me for my records? Also, we believe that the McCreary cemetery was another part of Mary's allotment. She took hers in several locations. Do you know of a source I could check to see if it is now owned by anyone? You have been a great help on several of my questions, and I appreciate you time and help. Thank you,
Tom and Patty Wilson

 
 

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Re: Craig County History Book Vol. 3   810

Query posted by Avery, Dave on February 27, 2006

 

Hi Jimmie
I'm looking for information on a J.L. Davis who ran a coal mine need Vinita in 1929. Can you help? Thanks
Dave

 
 

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Re: Centralia Cemetery Monument of Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel   811B

Query posted by Tom on February 27, 2006

 

Hello CCHS
Thank you for the reply. Unfortunately, that is not the poem I needed. This is what I could make out from the picture we took a few years ago of the back of Martha's stone. Words with [?] are our best guess.
Dearest Mother I am ___ for thee
And thy loss we[?] deeply feel
But if God ___ ___ ___ ___
He can all our _______ heal
Yet again we _____ to meet thee
When the day of life is _____
And in Heaven will[?] ____ to greet thee
Where ___ ___ ___ ____ ____.

 

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Mary Alcorn   809H

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on February 28, 2006 for , MCCRARY, ALCORN

 

Mary Alcorn, James R. McCrary, and Jack W. McCrary all received allotments T25-R20 section 17. The cemetery is in that section so it possible that it is on her allotment. Will have to check maps. There are McCrary allotments in other sections near Vinita as well. I know the people who own the land the cemetery is on. The cemetery is in bad condition as cattle were allowed to roam the pasture and all stones are down and many broken. The present owners did not know the cemetery was there when they bought the place. If you would like more info please e-mail us privately.
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Re: Craig County History Book Vol. 3   810A

Query posted by Atchison, Jd on February 28, 2006 for , MOTES, PENDERGRASS

 

Could you tell me about this book? Is the name of the book called Cherokee by blood? My grandmother's maiden name was Pendergrass and I'm trying to link her to the Cherokee's. I"d appreiate any information you oculd give me. Thanks. Desiree

 
 

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Re: Craig County History Book Vol. 3   810B

Query posted by Richards, Debbie on February 28, 2006

 

Hi Desiree. There are 9 books total. I'm assuming Jerry Wright Jordan didn't finish since the application numbers go higher than the 9th book. These books hold the misc. testimony pages to help connect your family before ordering the Guion Miller applications. It can give some vital information. I can send you what I have on the Pendergrass since I had done them from before. If you give me some more information like your grandmother's full name, married name, any dates, father & mother, siblings and children maybe I can help you. Let me know and leave your e-mail address. Debbie

 
 

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Re: Craig County History Book Vol. 3   810C

Query posted by Atchison, Jd on February 28, 2006 for PENDERGRASS

 

oh, thanks- my grandmother's name was Mae Bell Pendergrass. She was born in 1911. She had a sister named Lucille and I think her brother was J.L. Pendergrass. I don't know her parent's names yet. She married Raymond Galloway Motes in 1929 in Maysville, GA. My email is Disa-87@hotmail.com. I really appreciate your help.

 
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Re: Centralia Cemetery Monument of Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel   811C

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on February 28, 2006

 

Is there an epitaph on the back of Robert's stone too?

 
 

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Re: Centralia Cemetery Monument of Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel   811D

Query posted by Tom on February 28, 2006

 

There is no epitaph on the back of Robert A. Wilson's stone. Also buried beside Robert and Martha are 2 of their children, William Wilson age 11 and Sadie Wilson age 2. They share a stone. Martha is buried on the south side of Robert and the children are south side of Martha [if I have my directions right].
Patty

 
 

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Re: Centralia Cemetery Monument of Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel   811E

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on March 01, 2006

 

yes I know about the the children. The Epitaph I sent before was on their shared stone. Will send Martha's epitaph as soon as we figure out rest of first line or go to the cemetery

 
 

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Re: Centralia Cemetery Monument of Martha J. Wilson, nee Daniel   811F

Query posted by Tom on March 01, 2006

 

Thank you. We didn't know the shared stone had an epitaph! It was worn some, but the names were good at the top, so I only took picture of the names and the stone at a distance. I will add the epitaph to my records. You all have been a great help to us and we are really appreciate it.
Thank you,
Tom and Patty

 
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Re: Vinita Coal Mines 1929   812

Query posted by Davis, James (Jack) on March 03, 2006

 

Hello. Was the mine located about 9 miles west, and about 1 mile north, of Vinita? My father's mine located in that area. My dad's name was, J.L. Davis.
I believe he leased the property from someone named Bennett. I don't know if the mine shaft was already dug or not. I do know he built all the above ground structors, or most of it anyway.
I would like to investigate this further.
Thank You.
Jack Davis
jldavis@southshore.com

 
 

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Re: Vinita Coal Mines 1929   812A

Query posted by Gentry, Paul on March 04, 2006

 

Yes the shaft was already dug.... I would have said 8 miles west and about two north.. but I think thats it...

 
 

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Re: Vinita Coal Mines 1929   812B

Query posted by Davis, James Jack on March 04, 2006

 

Hi. You could be right. I was really kinda young at the time. The last time I was there was in 1936. Haven't been around Vinita much since about 1943. I would like very much to correspond with you on this matter. You may have some info I need. What I'm really trying to do is find out what my dad's real name was. All I know is J.L. Davis. I've been trying to research his family, but can't find a connection to anyone.
Thanks for everything.
Jack Davis
jldavis@southshore.com

 
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Picture of Tombstoe   813

Query posted by Magnus, Bill on March 11, 2006 for UNDERWOOD

 

Seeking someone to take a photo of the tombstone for John Elbert Underwood. He was born abt. 1866 and died Oct.21,1941. He is buried in the Vinita Cemetery. I would greatly appreciate anything that could be done. Thanks,

 
 

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Re: Picture of Tombstone   813A

Query posted by Mathis, Rhonda on March 12, 2006

 

You can also go to findagrave.com and they have volunteers in the area who will do photo's.

 
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Cemetery Look Up MCGAUGH and Connection to TILEY   814

Query posted by Pound, Karl on March 27, 2006 for , MCGAUGH, TILEY

 

I was wondering if anybody sees a John A McGAUGH on a cemetery record for Craig County. He was living in what is presently Craig County in 1900 . I have information I have been unable to verify stating he died June 18, 1907. He was born in 1824. For that matter if there are any other McGaugh's buried in Craig County around that time frame I'd be curious to know (although I wouldn't expect to see any).

 
 

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Re: Cemetery Look Up MCGAUGH and Connection to TILEY   814A

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on March 30, 2006 for TILEY

 

Only Tileys in the area are buried at Bluejacket Cemetery. There is also a Emma (McGaugh) HALL there. If your John McGaugh is buried at Vinita, he has no headstone and the city has no record that early. No record of him at Bluejacket either. Find no McGaugh in any other cemetery in the county.

 
 

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Re: Cemetery Look Up MCGAUGH and Connection to TILEY   814B

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on March 30, 2006 for TILEY

 

Ollie TILEY was a Carter. The railroad went through Bluejacket The body may have been put on train and sent elsewhere. No McGaugh, any spelling in area papers up to 1910

 
 

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Re: Cemetery Look Up MCGAUGH and Connection to TILEY   814C

Query posted by Pound, Karl on March 30, 2006 for , MCGAUGH, HALL

 

Great thank you for the information.

 
 

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Re: Cemetery Look Up MCGAUGH and Connection to TILEY   814D

Query posted by Pound, Karl on March 30, 2006

 

Thanks for checking. You saved me my step check... getting microfilm of the local newspapers for that year.

 
 

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Lone and Cherry(Cherokeery)Landrum   816

Query posted by Tj, Rj on March 30, 2006 for , LANDRUM, CARTER

 

Hello,
My name is Tammy Jones. I am the great great grandaughter of Lone and Cherry Landrum. My grandmother Frances Carter Logan was their grandaughter. She was the daughter of Maymie Washington who was Lone and Cherry's 10th child. She was born in Pecan Creek Indian Territory which is now Checotah, Oklahoma. She died in 1996 at age 104. She was the last child of the two.
I am putting a family tree together for my aunt for her 60th birthday. I would appreciate any info I can gather. Thank you. Tammy Jones

 
 

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Re: Cemetery Look Up MCGAUGH and Connection to TILEY   814E

Query posted by Society, Craig County Genealogy on March 31, 2006

 

Looked at Bluejacket Cemetery book. There is an obit cited which says Emma Amanda Hall was daughter of John A. McGaugh. So that's why he was here. If you want copies of these pages, contact the society at their e-mail address

 
 

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Re: Cemetery Look Up MCGAUGH and Connection to TILEY   814F

Query posted by Pound, Karl on March 31, 2006

 

Thanks you've been a great help.

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   855A

Query posted by Tj, Rj on March 31, 2006 for , LANDRUM, CARTER

 

Hello Vanessa,
I am the great great grandaughter of Lone and Cherokeery(Cherry) Landrum. My great grandmother Maymie was the 10th child of theirs. There is still one grandchild of theirs by Maymie still living. She resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma. But their are many great and great great grandchildren spread throughout Oklahoma and Kansas. Lone and Cherry had eleven children. I know of seven. Their names are George, Jesse, Reed, the twins Minnie and Mag, Maymie and the youngest was Pearl. If you have any info you can share, please get back with me. Thank you. Tammy Jones

 
 

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Re: Afro-Amer. Landrum/Hardrick   855B

Query posted by Jones, Tammy on March 31, 2006 for , LANDRUM, CARTER

 

Hello Preston,
I am the great great grandaughter of Lone and Cherokeery(Landrum). I am searching my family tree for my aunt, who is the grandaughter of Maymie Carter Washington. She was the 10th child of Lone and Cherry. There is one grandchild of theirs from Maymie still alive and well living in Tulsa. If you have any info on Lone and Cherry, please contact me. Is there anything you need to know, I can contact a couple of people who still remember way back then. My grandfather in Wichita, Kansas was married to Frances Carter, who was Lones grandaughter is 80 years old and has a memory like yesterday. Thank you. Tammy Jones

 
 

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