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5 Generations of the J. E. Freeman Family
During the period of his residence in Oklahoma, reaching back to the time of the opening in 1889, Mr. Freeman has been identified, in various capacities, with the development and progress of the territory. First as a homesteader, later as a fruit grower and farmer, and finally as a receiver's clerk in the United States land office at Oklahoma City, he has shown himself to be the prossessor of sterling traits of character. His claim is located in Logan County, but he came to Oklahoma City November 1, 1900, at the time of his appointment to his present office by the United State land commissioners. The position he has filled with tact and ability, winning merited commendation in the same.
|(The above narrative is copied word for word from a book titled: Genealogy and Biography, Portrait and Biographical Record of Oklahoma; Chapman Publishing Co.; 1901)|
|(Ralph Eddie (Edward) was born 1878 in Milam, Ill. and made the "run" with his father at age 11 yrs. One of Ralph's children is Frank B. Freeman, born April 1919/died July 1994. Frank B. Freeman is my father, I am Frank E. Freeman born Dec 1951.|
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