Craig County, Oklahoma

Posted Queries for October thru December 2010




Victim needs information   1216

Query posted by Fishermarilynnc on October 11, 2010

 

My brother raped me when I was 7 years old, and they sent him to Vinta. That was 50 years ago, so could I get the his records?

 
 

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Re: SEEKING RELATIVES OF PLEASANT AND EULA BURROW CUMIFORD   1215

Query posted by Workinranch on October 17, 2010

 

Please if you are still out there would you email me at workinranch@cpcinternet.com.
I have been looking for information for Marie a long time. She was my gr-aunt Eula's daughter.
Thank you
Karen

 
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Re: Victim needs information   1216A

Query posted by Bryghtstar on October 17, 2010

 

You should have no problem getting this info. Just contact Vinta. Good luck. Bryghtstar

 
 

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Berger, Bickford, Britton, Dill, Hamilton - Marriages in Vernon Co, MO   1217

posted by Nancyofvernonco on October 20, 2010 for , BERGER, BICKFORD, BRITTON, DILL, HAMILTON

 

You can find marriage information for the below listed individuals in Vernon Co, MO. Please see the genealogy website at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~motcogs/

 
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medical records   1218

Query posted by Shabellaone on October 21, 2010

 

Is your brother still alive? if so no medical records are private

 
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Re: Belle Dunaway   1219A

Query posted by Shabellaone on October 21, 2010

 

we need a little more information like your grandfather birth and death date

 
 

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Re: Belle Dunaway   1219B

Query posted by Tnmitch on October 21, 2010

 

No problem...

 
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Nora Mellen Davis and William Davis in Craig County in 1930   1220

Query posted by Mhaeft on November 14, 2010 for , DAVIS, HAEFT, MELLEN

 

Nora and William Davis farmed in Craig County and had a son John Davis born about 1909. Nora was born in South Dakota in 1875 to Ira and Eliza Mellen. Her brother, Chester Mellen, was murdered in 1927 in Jane, Missouri. She is a first cousin to my great-grandmother Rose Phillips Haeft.

 
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Obituary Lookups Needed for Relmond and Robert Mason   1221A

Query posted by Thejnorky on November 19, 2010 for , MASON, SPICKERMAN

 

I am hoping someone will be willing to look up obituaries for Relmond and Robert Mason. Relmond died 27 Feb 1906 and his son Robert died 27 Aug 1903. I am more interested in Relmond's obituary because I am curious how he died. I have been searching for him for years and finally found him buried in Walker Cemetery in Welch, Craig, Oklahoma.

 
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Re: Obituary Lookups Needed for Relmond and Robert Mason   1221

Query posted by Bryghtsta on November 21, 2010

 

I was not able to lacate these obits, but thought this might be some leads. Good luck. Bryghtstar

 
 

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cemetery information   1222

Query posted by Scharjim1 on November 21, 2010

 

hello, i'am looking for any information on evan perry. records i have , shows him being buried in fairview cem. vinita co. ok. died approx. 1902

 
 

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Cemetery in area of Fields and Goldenrod schools   1223B

Query posted by Cabincreek138 on November 29, 2010

 

Can anyone tell me whether there is/was a cemetery in the area of the Fields and Goldenrod schools -- that would be northwest of Welch and south of Chetopa, Kansas? The names of families living in the area in the 1920's-1940's included Fields, McCord, Rohmiller, Wade, Weaver, and Yost.

 
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Re: Cemetery in area of Fields and Goldenrod schools   1223A

Query posted by Shabellaone on December 09, 2010

 

There are Fields family members buried in the Rogers Cementery

 
 

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Re: Cemetery in area of Fields and Goldenrod schools   1223

Query posted by Cabincreek138 on December 10, 2010

 

Thank you for this information. I will check it out.

 
 

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Re: James C. Wilkinson   1208A

Query posted by Cajunfiddle on December 26, 2010 for WILKINSON

 

My grand father James Camac Wilkinson was US. Marshal who worked for the Pittsburg County Sheriff's department. He was supposed to be the son of a Man also named James C. Wilkinson who was US Marshal for the Hanging Judge Roy Bean of Ft. Smith AR. They told met the James C. Wilkinson you're talking about was shot and survived 32 gun shot wounds in his time as Marshall which was a record for anyone living in that era. of bad medicine. I was really excited to see where you said his son was in McAlester, OK. I know this has to be my Grandpa. He was born in Oct 29, 1878, d. Dec 11, 1937, his wife was Mary Nell McNamee. His son was my grandpa John Clayton Wilkinson. My dad was Bernerd McNamee Wilkinson. I am John Charles Wilkinson.

 
 

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Re: James C. Wilkinson   1208B

Query posted by Cowboy158 on December 26, 2010

 

Hi John- I would like you to contact me directly as I have a lot of info on the Wilkinsons but always want more. I am;

 
 

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Re: James C. Wilkinson   1208C

Query posted by Evanscaerwent1 on December 27, 2010

 

What a great Christmas present to hear from a great grandson of my great uncle, James Cammac Wilkinson (senior).You are the first living, direct descendant of James that I have found. I have been researching him for quite a while now after I was given a photo' of him in his Civil War Veterans uniform by my late mother, Eva Evans (born Wilkinson) who was his niece. I would be happy to pass on my research to you and will do this as soon as I have brought one or two things up to date.
Are you living in America? We are flying to Seattle from the U.K. next May to go on an Alaskan cruise.
I am attaching a Gedcom file of my Wilkinson Family Tree which I am hoping you have suitable software to open. I have added the details you have given me - I already had your grandfather on it but didn't have exact dates for him or any descendants, my source had given your grandmother as "McNamu" rather than "McNamee" which I assume is correct as your father had it also as a middle name. Are you in contact with any descendants of your grandfather's brothers or sister? We are second cousins twice removed!!
The other person who responded to your answer to my post is a former US policeman who is researching James senior and hopes to write an article about him.
Thanks again for making contact.

 
 

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Re: James C. Wilkinson   1208D

Query posted by Redpenner1 on December 28, 2010 for WILKINSON

 

Having trouble contacting you; if you are a paid member of Ancestry can you view my contact info? I can't afford to pay for membership. I'm writing this under my wife's login since mine isn't working properly.

 
 

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Re: James C. Wilkinson   1208E

Military records posted by Cajunfiddler on December 28, 2010 for WILKINSON

 

evanscaerwent1, please contact me at my regular email cajunfiddler@comcast.net. Would love to talk to you more. I'm about 60 miles from Seattle and would love to come up and meet you. John Wilkinson

 
 

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Re: James C. Wilkinson   1208F

Query posted by Cajunfiddler on December 28, 2010

 

Also there seems to be no file attached to your message. John

 
 

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Re: James C. Wilkinson   1208G

Query posted by Cajunfiddler on December 28, 2010 for , WILKINSON, MCNAMEE, MCNALLY, GAUGH, MACHNER, HAASER, QNAHOE

 

I re-read your message and realized I didn't answer all your questions. James Camac Wilkinson my great grand father was married to Mary Nell McNamee. They had 3 sons and two daughters. John Clayton Wilkinson (my grandpa), Cashish Mac Wilkinson, James Camac "Boots" Wilkinson, Mary Ann "Toots" (Wilkinson)Gaugh, and Theresa (Wilkinson)Haaser. Theresa (Wilkinson) Haaser is the only one still alive and she lives in Barling, Arkansas. She is 92 or 93 years old now. Toots Wilkinson's Daugher Mary Ann Mauchner is still alive and also lives in Barling Arkansas and has done a lot of gen. work on the Mary Nell McNamee side of the family, but not a whole lot on the Wilkinson side, but she does have some interesting information. There are a few pictures of James Camac Wilkinson around that show him with a Winchester Rifle and his Marshal's Badge on. I don't have those pictures with me as they were left with my mom in Oklahoma. She wouldn't know where to find them, so it would be hard for me to obtain a copy of them. I may have one of him with me where he is sitting by the McAlester Jail house reclining back in a wooden chair asleep. I will look for it. My dad's name was Bernard McNamee Wilkinson. McNamee was the sir name of Mary Nell McNamee. Her mother was McNally. My grand mother Gladice Elizabeth "Barnhill" Wilkinson was 1/2 Choctaw and 1/2 Chickasaw Indian. Very little information about her family because they didn't keep any family records. Her uncle was the last man to be executed by the Choctaw Nation in 1899. I got the name John Charles Wilkinson because my grand fathers were John Clayton Wilkinson and John Charles Dever both of English/Irish decent. So I got my first name from both Grandpas. I unfortunately never got to know either of them. Dever was killed when I was one years old Wilkinson died when I was 8 years old. I don't remember either of them. I only know my Grand Pa Wilkinson was a highly skilled Blacksmith, and butcher and alcoholic who had 8 children. 4 are still living.

 
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