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Mahaffey				Originally posted: Tue Mar 10 1998

	My great-grandparents: MAHAFFEY, Jacob Wesley and Missouri Elizabeth Loftin MAHAFFEY 
	lived in Seminole County, Oklahoma at sometime during the 1890's and early 1900's. I 
	have no documentation of it, though and am hoping someone might be looking for this 
	connection. They had numerous children.

					Ramona Hamilton

MALLOY, Tom  Date: 20 Jan 2001 Looking for family of Tom MALLOY (Mrs. Malloy would be my great aunt, my greatgrandmother was Jane SHORE, living with her daughter, Mrs. MALLOY (I don't have a first name). This family lived in Wewoka, Seminole county in 1932. I am also looking for and family of Joe SHORE he would be my great uncle,he was also living in Wewoka, Seminole county in 1932. Any information that any one has about either of these families would be very much appreciated. Thank you in advance, Donna(Shore)Null
MANKIN, Robert S. and SUMPTER, Vina Originally posted: Jun 28, 1997 Researching the family of Robert S. MANKIN and Vina SUMPTER. They are listed in the 1910 OK Census as living in Seminole Co. with the following children: Robert, Sarah, Jim, Charlie, John and Ray. Any info. on this family would be appreciated. Kathy Schumacher
Marcum, Lillian Exie Date: 2 Aug 2000   I am looking for information on the parents and siblings of Lillian Exie Marcum. She was born in Maud OK (Seminole County?) on March 24 1911. Her parents were Alfred Wilson Marcum and Maggie Copeland. Any information would be helpful. Melinda Walters
Martin, James Andrew Date: 30 May 1999 Looking for any decendants of James Andrew Martin b. 1826, Ms d. 1907 Howard Co. Ar. James was married to Nancy J ? b SC d 1874 Howard Co,AR. Any Info would be appreciated. Nobie Martin Wilson
Martindale, C F and Marjorie Stavely  Date: 15 Aug 1999 I am seeking updated contact information of nieces, nephews, cousins, etc. of this couple toward developing a history for my grandchildren. Thanks, Carolyn Martindale Belshe
Masoner, John Originally posted: Fri Dec 20, 1996 I have found a marriage record in Seminole Co. for a John A. Masoner age 68 of Schoolton and Mrs. Helen Womble age 70 of Schoolton, license dated 8 Apr 1909. Can anyone give me any information on John or Helen? I am researching Masoner surname. I had a John Masoner disappear shortly after the 1900 census. I haven't located him at all. My John Masoner had the middle initial of W. but he was from a family that was noted for changing their name. Any information would be appreciated. Jean Masoner
Matthews, Will Originally posted June 7, 1998   MATTHEWS Would anyone have any information about this family, who was living in Seminole in the mid 1930s. Will Matthews and wife Allie Payne and their young adult children: Ralph, Clarence, Jack, Pauline, and Gracie. Have just begun to look for them. Catherine Stiles
Mayberry, Margaret Daugherty Sutton Date: 28 Mar 2000 I am searching for Margaret Daugherty Sutton Mayberry born prior to 1872 in Kentucky. Her parents were James R. and Margaret DAUGHERTY. Margaret had a sister named Lillie Sommers FERGUSON, brother Will who died in 1910 in Coal county and a sister Mary Jane HOGUE. I had been told "Aunt Mag" lived in a nursing home in Seminole county to be near her daughter. She was still alive in the 1960's. Would like to make contact with her family. My ggrandmother was Mary Jane Hogue, her sister. Kathy Rose ================ Date: 12 Aug 1999   I am searching for my ggrandmothers sister, Margaret Daugherty Sutton Mayberry. She was born about 1872 in Ky. and moved with her family to Coal county Oklahoma. Her parents names were James R. and Margaret Daugherty. They are buried in the Centrahoma cemetery along with her brother Will. It was my understanding that Margaret last lived in the Seminole county area and might be buried in the vicinity of Maud. I believe she was still alive about 1970. Would like to find out more about her family. My ggrandmother was Mary Jane Daugherty Hogue. Kathy Rose
MAYFIELD, J.J. and HAGER, Sara Elizabeth Originally posted: July 24, 1998 I am looking for the Mayfield family history, J.J. MAYFIELD married Sara Elizabeth HAGER, and lived in Konawa, from the early 1900s to the 1980s. Also the Hagers, who came by wagon train from Madisonville, Texas, in 1904 and settled in the Konawa area. Also the CRASS family of that area. covey@budget.net
MAYNARD Date: 5 Sep 1999 I am researching my MAYNARD line that has been traced to Baxter County Arkansas and Seminole County Oklahoma. I have an Obit. of J.W. MAYNARD (JOHN WARD MAYNARD) that states that his brother B.F. (BEN FRANKLIN MAYNARD) was from seminole Oklahoma. I would like any info on this MAYNARD. The Obit is from Baxter County Arkansas around 1928 when JOHN MAYNARD died. Thanks for any info Martin Maynard - maynard@cimtel.net P.O. Box 178 Terlton, OK 74081
McCARTY, Annie Originally posted Wed Jan 21 1998 According to a family Bible, my great-great grandmother Annie McCARTY died in Maude, Oklahoma on April 2, 1909. I do not know whether the town is in Pottawatomie or Seminole County. What I hope is that one of those County Seats and/or a local newspaper would have records from that time that might give me a clue about her maiden name and other vital information. I live in Portland, Oregon, so getting there is out of the question at this time. I would certainly be happy to reinburse anyone for their time to look up the data for me. Thank you so much for being there and volunteering to work on the GenWeb Project. It is such a valuable service! Nan Booth Simpson
McCALL, William and Cordelia November 16, 1998 I'm searching for information on relatives of William Perry and Cordelia MCCALL, who along with 4 of their 5 children, settled for a time (?) in Seminole Oklahoma in the late 1800's. The names of the children were Ona, Ula or Eula, Ada Bell and U.G. McCall. I know that Ada Bell remained in Seminole for sometime, as she was known as the Seminole Queen (?) at one time, according to her obituary. She first married a C.C. JOHNSON and had 3 daughters; Willie, Jewel and Golden Johnson. After Johnson's death, she married John Randolph MOORE, and had 5 more children named; Grace, John Kenneth, Virgina (?) and Mary Moore. After losing her second husband, and many years later, she married Joe FISHER in 1939. After he died in 1946 she moved to Bixby, Tulsa, Oklahoma. I would appreciate any info on this family. Thank you. Anna Brown - abrown@dfn.com
McCLAIN Date: 8 Jun 2000 I have a mystery McClain that I am currently researching. He may have been from AR. He was married to a Minnie Oxford McClain sometime in 1894-97. Their children's names were John William (Bill) McClain and Altha McClain. I would love to learn of their father's first name and what may have happened to him. Minnie married my great-grandfather in c. 1899 and they lived in Sasakwa until they turned up in the 1910 census in Texas. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I think that this Unknown McClain may have died c. 1896 in Seminole County. Melinda
McDANIEL, Pearl Date: 3 Mar 2000 12:00 PM I am looking for Pearl McDaniel, she had a sister Billie. They lived in Seminole County near Gar Creek. I do know she married but do not know her married name. I am unsure if she is even still living. Also anyone interested in the Snow family please let me know. There will be a family reunion this summer. Thanks, Terri Conner, Laura Coleman's Granddaughter
McFARLAND Date: 6 Jul 1999 Saw obit of Earl E. HUCKLEBERRY posted on Seminole Co. OK OBIT page. He was the son of: Albert HUCKLEBERRY and Bettie McFARLAND Bettie McFARLAND was the daughter of William Alexander Tipton Bradford McFARLAND and Susan HOWARD. Her siblings were: (1) Wesley Bradford McFARLAND (b. 1879, d. 1949 Sentinel, Washita, OK) married Julia Alice KAISER in 1899 in Caddo Co. OK (2) Edward McFARLAND (b. Jasper MO) (3) Robert G. McFARLAND, married #1 Rosa STARR (4) Fannie McFARLAND (b. Jasper MO) married a BRADLEY Would like to obtain more info about the McFARLAND side of this family.  Susan I. Nelson
McKinney, Richard S. November 14, 1998 I am researching Richard S. MCKINNEY, last know to be living in Seminole County, OK on the 1920 census in the Township of Econtuchka with his daughter and son-in-law, Margaret and William SHEPERD. He was born in Owen County, Indiana in 1851, but I believe the family lived in Estill or Lee County, Kentucky. He was married to Mary CRAWFORD who died in 1918. He lived in Lee County, Kentucky until around 1890 before coming to Oklahoma. A family bible entry indicates his death date to be October 8, 1928. The exact location of his death is not known. We are assuming it might be Seminole County, Oklahoma. I am looking for a city directory entry that indicates where Richard was when he died, or an obituary from a newspaper, or a death record for Richard S. MCKINNEY, so that his parents can be determined. Debbie Birch dmbirch63@aol.com
McLEMORE, Alzada CARNEY Originally posted Thu Feb 19 1998 23:20:41 Looking for information on Alzada CARNEY (b. 27 Jan 1876 AL d. 12 Apr 1910 nr Seminole buried Little Cemetery) m to Albert G. McLEMORE. Alzada died about a month after the birth of my mother. Children of Alzada and Albert were: George E., Owen J., Amos Calvin, Pearley E., Edith Lottie, Viola Alta, Edna Lela and Mary Aldora. We'd like any information on her as all we have is what I've listed. Ron Henson
McMorris, Jow Morgan Date: 1 Jun 2000 My grandfather Joe Morgan McMorris/Martha Louiza Wilson married in Wewoka-Seminole Co.in 1915; His grandfather John Thomas McMorris died abt.1911-15 Maybe buried in this county (searching for his grave); and searching for any family members; I've lots of info on this entire family Pat McMorris,Emerson
MILLER, John Henry Date: 12 Jun 2000 Died March 23,1944 at Harbor Hospital in Seminole OK, he was 71 years of age, buried Little Cemetery and left a widow named Minnie E. Miller. They lived on Route #2 Seminole. I have a certified death certificate for this man and I would like to send it somebody who is interested. Free of charge, of course. It was sent to me by mistake by the state. Dorothy Christopher
Montgomery, William Originally posted: Tue Mar 3 1998 Hello - my name is jim Montgomery. my dad is James P montgomery aka Mickey and my Grandfather is James Ambrose Montgomery aka ambrose or AJ. Both my dad and my grandfather were born in seminole Co. My grandfather was born in Wewoka in 1893 and died in the town of Seminole in 1972. I am trying to locate information on my G-grandfather William Montgomery. I find his family 0n the 1900 census but not him. His last child was born in 1897. I have heard that he may have murdered someone in Bowlegs and been hung. I don't know how or where to write for that information. It would have been easy for my grandfather to give me the info but he would not even mention he fathers name. I would appricate any help you could offer. By the way I have an orginal picture of the 1909-1910 Seminole baseball team my grandfather had. It lists the names of all the players. I believe he had it published once in the seminole paper around 1970. Jim Montgomery
MOONEYHAM, Henry - Oil Well Fire at Konawa Oil Camp in 1931 Date: 4 Sep 2000 I am searching for information about my grandfather, Henry Monroe (H.M.) MOONEYHAM. He was working in the oil fields in Konawa in 1931 when he was burned severely in an oil well fire. It's been difficult to even pin down the year since it happened when my father was only 9. I have at least found the year and place. I would really appreciate any information or direction that anyone could provide in finding more information on Henry MOONEYHAM or this oil well fire. I can be contacted at liddiard@esn.net. Thanks in advance. Leslie (Mooneyham) Liddiard - liddiard@esn.net
Moran, George Date: 11-4-2001 Could you please tell me how to order a newspaper article from the Maud Monitor, which I found on the web site for Seminole County Newspapers. It was dated June 10, 1904 - Vol. 1, No. 19. The article had to do with a George MORAN who was serving a life sentence for murder of Jay Beemblossom, near Rush Springs, and that Moran's attorneys were preparing to go before the supreme court. This is to help me with my family history research, and I would really appreciate any information you could tell me. Many thanks, Dorothy Newman - dnewman7@earthlink.net
MOORE, Cecil Jim Originally posted: Aug 26, 1998 My Grandmother Cecil Jim Moore was born in Konawa, OK. Her mother was Edith Maude Donor Moore was her mothers name and her father's was Jim Moore. Her siblings names were Allie and Birdie. Anyone that might have any info on the Donor or Moore familys please email me with information. Debbie Beaver Pope 1305 Magnolia Gainesville,Tx 76240 dmbeaver@nortexinfo.net
MOORE, William J. Date: 29 Jan 2001 Can anyone help with the family line? 1910 Oklahoma, Seminole County, Konawa Twship Census list: William J. (Jordon?) MOORE born 1868 in TN married Sally Echols born 1875 in AR had Elmer b. 1896 in AR Cora b. 1904 in OK Roy b. 1905 in OK Toney b. 1907 in OK Beatrice b. 1908 in OK in 1920 Ok, Okfuskee County, Paden Twship they also had the following children: Lenzie (Lensay?) Buster Moore 1911 in OK Hazel 1912 in OK Floyd 1916 in OK I think that William had Elmer in a previous marriage. Sally and Wm married abt 1902 in LeFlore County. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks in advance! Alissa Hill Muskogee, OK
MORRISON, Joel We've been searching for Joel Morrison. He was born in Arkansas in 1855 son of Joel Morrison Sr. The story goes that the family (wife and children) came with him to Oklahoma. There was a marital rift and Joel Jr. wife returned to Arkansas farm with children. Joel later wrote a letter to his wife, evidently from Seminole or Wewoka, desiring to come back to Arkansas. He died of typhoid fever and never made it home. Family researchers have found him in the 1900 Arkansas Benton Co. census, but in the following census years, he no longer appears with his wife and family. His wife's grave is known and he is not buried beside her. Family info says they think he died in Seminole or Wewoka, or possibly Ft. Gibson area. Joel Morrison is my great great grandfather. My great grandmother, who has died, told relatives she remembers her father leaving the family when she was 12 years old. She would have been 14 in 1900, so I think she was off a couple of years. Is there a pauper's grave in that area of Seminole or Wewoka? There are several Morrison's buried in that area, so I am surmizing he went there because there were already family in the area, although I did not recognize any of the names of the deceased Morrisons. Any help is appreciated, thank you, Debra cro@fastol.com
MORRISON, John Samuel Date: 29 Feb 2000 My grandfather, John Samuel Morrison, born 1878 in Texas, died on Dec 22, 1932 as the result of a stab wound of abdomen, which had happened on Dec 20, 1932 in Seminole. He and my grandmother, Olive (Olly) Valindia BLEVINS, born 1878 in Texas, are both buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Seminole, Ok. I am trying to locate Federal Census records or any other records that have info regarding them and their family. John Samuel Morrison worked in Oil Fields and they lived in several locations. I would love to find relatives. They had eight children: Dewey, Metta, Jim, Orlie, Gladys Faye, Virgil, Wayne, and Foster. I only have birthdates for Metta and Gladys Faye who is my mother. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Marilyn Hartin - rmhartin@seark.net
MYNN Date: 19 Oct 2000 Can anyone give any info on the Mynn family with connections with Kent England or Co. Antrim Ireland. M J Mynn
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