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Linda Susan Manning (#47223827)
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kacydg
James K Polk Boles #16163529
Hi Susan! I do believe we are cousins! Buck & Robbie Boles are my great grandparents. We're headed up to Oklahoma next weekend. I was wondering if you knew any plot or section information about JKP Boles. We'd like to visit his grave while we are there. Thanks.

Added by kacydg on Sep 30, 2016 5:33 PM

Mary Maurer
Mrs. Joe Cannon
The Caddo Herald
January 2, 1914
Mrs. Joe Cannon died the morning of Christmas Eve. The funeral occurred Christmas Day from the family residence. She was the wife of Joe Cannon, the daughter of Mr. Farmer. She had been living in and near Caddo many years.

Added by Mary Maurer on Aug 27, 2015 5:17 AM

YVONNE PILKINGTON
RE: Poage
My pleasure Linda, if I can do any others for you in the area, I will be most happy to help.

Added by YVONNE PILKINGTON on Aug 18, 2015 4:50 PM

Patricia Adkins-Rochette
TST Sgt. Elam Sampson R. Boles

Please include the following entry from my 200-page Name Index in your "Sampson Elam R. Boles" records.
.
TST refers to Texas State Troops, i.e., the Texas militia. Many soldiers reversed their first and second names if they enrolled in more than one Texas militia. ... Notice that he married Susan Dodson in 1843 Johnson County, TX. In the 240 North Texas militia listing in my book, I have a substantial number of soldiers from southwest Missouri, probably 10 times as many soldiers as from Arkansas.
.
BOLES, Elam S. R., Sampson E. R. Boles (1824 McDonald Co MO-Oct 11, 1865 McDonald Co MO) son of Sampson Boles; m-1843 Johnson Co TX to Susan Dodson (Sgt, Montague Co, TST).
.
I plan to print the 6th, and last, edition of my 1,046-page, 7.3-pound book that is from handwritten records in the spring of 2016.
.
I invite your questions.
.
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS

Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Jul 27, 2015 2:00 PM

Patricia Adkins-Rochette
TST Sgt. Elam Sampson R. Boles

Please include the following entry from my 200-page Name Index in your "Sampson Elam R. Boles" records.
.
TST refers to Texas State Troops, i.e., the Texas militia. Many soldiers reversed their first and second names if they enrolled in more than one Texas militia. ... Notice that he married Susan Dodson in 1843 Johnson County, TX. In the 240 North Texas militia listing in my book, I have a substantial number of soldiers from southwest Missouri, probably 10 times as many soldiers as from Arkansas.
.
BOLES, Elam S. R., Sampson E. R. Boles (1824 McDonald Co MO-Oct 11, 1865 McDonald Co MO) son of Sampson Boles; m-1843 Johnson Co TX to Susan Dodson (Sgt, Montague Co, TST).
.
I plan to print the 6th, and last, edition of my 1,046-page, 7.3-pound book that is from handwritten records in the spring of 2016.
.
I invite your questions.
.
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT
ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS

Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Jul 27, 2015 11:49 AM

Patricia Adkins-Rochette
TST Sgt. Elam Sampson R. Boles
Please include the following entry from my 200-page Name Index in your "Sampson Elam R. Boles" records.
.
TST refers to Texas State Troops, i.e., the Texas militia. Many soldiers reversed their first and second names if they enrolled in more than one Texas militia. ... Notice that he married Susan Dodson in 1843 Johnson County, TX. In the 240 North Texas militia listing in my book, I have a substantial number of soldiers from southwest Missouri, probably 10 times as many soldiers as from Arkansas.
.
BOLES, Elam S. R., Sampson E. R. Boles (1824 McDonald Co MO-Oct 11, 1865 McDonald Co MO) son of Sampson Boles; m-1843 Johnson Co TX to Susan Dodson (Sgt, Montague Co, TST).
.
I plan to print the 6th, and last, edition of my 1,046-page, 7.3-pound book that is from handwritten records in the spring of 2016.
.
I invite your questions.
.
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT
ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS

Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Jul 27, 2015 11:48 AM

Patricia Adkins-Rochette
TST Sgt. Elam Sampson R. Boles
Please include the following entry from my 200-page Name Index in your "Sampson Elam R. Boles" records.
.
TST refers to Texas State Troops, i.e., the Texas militia. Many soldiers reversed their first and second names if they enrolled in more than one Texas militia. ... Notice that he married Susan Dodson in 1843 Johnson County, TX. In the 240 North Texas militia listing in my book, I have a substantial number of soldiers from southwest Missouri, probably 10 times as many soldiers as from Arkansas.
.
BOLES, Elam S. R., Sampson E. R. Boles (1824 McDonald Co MO-Oct 11, 1865 McDonald Co MO) son of Sampson Boles; m-1843 Johnson Co TX to Susan Dodson (Sgt, Montague Co, TST).
.
I plan to print the 6th, and last, edition of my 1,046-page, 7.3-pound, book that is from handwritten records in the spring of 2016.
.
I invite your questions.
.
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT
ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS

Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Jul 27, 2015 11:45 AM

Patricia Adkins-Rochette
TST Sgt, Elam Sampson R. Boles
Please include the following entry from my 200-page Name Index in your "Sampson Elam R. Boles" records.
.
TST refers to Texas State Troops, i.e., the Texas militia. Many soldiers reversed their first and second names if they enrolled in more than one Texas militia. ... Notice that he married Susan Dodson in 1843 Johnson County, TX. In the 240 North Texas militia listing in my book, I have a substantial number of soldiers from southwest Missouri, probably 10 times as many soldiers as from Arkansas.
.
BOLES, Elam S. R., Sampson E. R. Boles (1824 McDonald Co MO-Oct 11, 1865 McDonald Co MO) son of Sampson Boles; m-1843 Johnson Co TX to Susan Dodson (Sgt, Montague Co, TST).
.
I plan to print the 6th, and last, edition of my 1,046-page, 7.3-pound, book that is from handwritten records in the spring of 2016.
.
I invite your questions.
.
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT
ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS

Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Jul 27, 2015 11:45 AM

Jean
Fred Manning
I was not able to contact the cemetery this week. Did you, by any chance? I went ahead and fulfilled your photo request with a picture of the crypt where he is supposed to be.

-Jean

Added by Jean on Dec 19, 2014 11:02 PM

Jean
Fred Manning @ Inglewood
Hi Linda. I am trying to fulfill your photo request, but the crypt that he is supposed to be in does not have his name on it. Inglewood's database says he is in Sanctuary of Fidelity, #C-245. The name on that crypt number is Alexis Forward, 1943-1975. Oddly enough, the Inglewood database shows nothing for Alexis Forward. There is already a memorial for her, too. I thought you might know the answer to this mystery. If not, one of us should call the cemetery and ask for clarification. Maybe the location is listed wrong.

-Jean

Added by Jean on Dec 15, 2014 2:02 PM

Kenneth D. Bogard
RE: jerry hoytt boles jr
Down in the notes near the bottom it states that he was cremated and ashes scattered in Taos, NM.
Do you think I should delete his memorial?
Kenneth ><>

jerry hoytt boles jr
Good afternoon,
thank you for the memorial on Jerry Hoytt Boles Jr. In the memorial is lists Waxahachie Cemetery as his burial site. I phoned the City of Waxahachie & they do not have a listing of his burial site. Do you know if he is indeed buried there? Would you make a suggestion as to who I could contact to find out his burial site?
Thank you
Linda Boles Manning
Added by Linda Manning on Jun 13, 2013 2:12 PM

Added by Kenneth D. Bogard on Mar 05, 2014 10:06 PM

M
RE: AJ Kelly
You are most welcome!

Added by M on Jan 31, 2014 1:19 PM

sue
RE: Rev Joseph D Poage
I haven't located a death certificate.

Sue

Added by sue on Jan 22, 2014 8:12 PM

Joy
RE: Wm Polk
You are very welcome. It was my pleasure.

Added by Joy on Jan 06, 2014 2:41 PM

Conni
RE: nathan polk
Your welcome Linda !

Added by Conni on Oct 22, 2013 9:13 PM

Angie
RE: Richey suggestion
It looks like findagrave.com fixed them. When you originally added the memorial, the cemetery was listed as Resthaven Memory Gardens. Findagrave.com already moved them to Resthaven Gardens Cemetery. Just a little bit of difference in the name. Sorry, about the confusion.

Added by Angie on Oct 11, 2013 6:37 PM

Kym☺
Lula Osbun

I received your suggestion: Pauline "Lula" Polk Harlan Osbun

Am I correct in assuming Polk was her middle name?

Added by Kym☺ on Sep 04, 2013 2:42 AM

Gloria Tune
RE: Thomas Broughton
Hi Linda,

I wish I could help you here, but don't have that information.

Mike Marshall has done a lot of documentation on many families of that area & I do see he has the following for Thomas Broughton:

"Death: 5 JUN 1661 in Northumberland County, Virginia - Admin"
at this link:
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I71586

That makes sense, as Mary's will was proved 10th Feb: 1662.

Since I have not researched Thomas, & I do trust what Mike has, the "Admin" suggests he left no will.

Have you tried contacting any record archives in Northumberland? This link has much to offer, but I'm not sure if it will help with a burial.
http://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Northumberland_County,_Virginia

The Antient Press has a lot books containing old Virginia Court Records, link at http://www.antientpress.com/index.html

Not sure how expensive they are, but you might peruse the site to see what it has to offer.

Good luck with your search,
Gloria

Added by Gloria Tune on Sep 03, 2013 5:25 PM

Mary Maurer
W. H. Markham
The Caddo Herald
November 6, 1931
Henry Markham Dies
Wednesday night at 11 o'clock Henry Markham died at the home of his son, C. O. Markham in Caddo, after a long illness.
W. H. Markham was 71 years of age; had lived in Caddo many years, and endeared himself to all with whom he came in contact. He was beloved of all children, having spent many hours of his spare time making little toys for them, never receiving monetary reward, but his delight was in the laughter and joys of little fellows- and Thursday morning gloom was in the faces of the many little fellows whose lives he brightened.
Funeral services were held at the Markham residence. Interment beside his wife in Caddo Cemetery at 3 o'clock Thursday.
Mr. Markham was a member of the Methodist church for many years and was consistent in his Christian life.

Unfortunately there isn't another grave next to Nannie's. There is one in front of her for a John Markham, Aug. 2, 1847-Jan. 21,1902.

Added by Mary Maurer on Jul 10, 2013 8:57 PM

Quietude
Hannah King
Hi...I've added a photo for Hannah, The stone has fallen & we;ve had rain everyday for some time. I am happy that it appears someone is cleaning up the cemetery, removing the underbrush & such. I hope that the will reset all the stones. I'll keep checking back this summer & will hopefully get a better photo if the stone isn't too eroded. Bev

Added by Quietude on Jul 05, 2013 8:23 AM

Mae
RE: boles headstone
According to the note on Johny's memorial:

Note: Edward and Edith, Johny and Effie in this plot

Mae

Added by Mae on Jun 25, 2013 9:58 PM

Elaine
RE: jerry hoytt boles jr.
That's wonderful. Glad you found him.

Added by Elaine on Jun 23, 2013 6:03 AM

Elaine
jerry hoytt boles jr.
Linda,
I saw where you had inquired about who to call to find out where Mr. Boles is buried. His obit is shown on his memorial and says Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors of Dumas handled his arrangements. Give them a call and they can tell you exactly where Mr. Boles is buried. Good Luck!

Added by Elaine on Jun 22, 2013 3:59 AM

Stone✞Searcher
RE: Boles
Well, I just came from the cemetery. I found the father's marker in OC 5. The initials are for Original Cemetery section or block 5. The were no other Boles in the area, but I will continue to look as I do everyone on the list.

Added by Stone✞Searcher on Jun 13, 2013 3:18 PM

Stone✞Searcher
Boles
I noticed you just posted a photo request in Waxahachie City Cemetery. Do you know if he's buried near his father? I will absolutely look for the name while I'm out there, but if you could possibly find out the plot, I will get this complete by this weekend. Without a plot #, it will probably take longer to fulfill, the cemetery is very large. Any information on burial would be great, if not I'll keep looking on my other trips out. There is a hike/bike trail that I go to often right next to this cemetery, so if you have any other requests there, just let me know.

Added by Stone✞Searcher on Jun 13, 2013 12:44 PM

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