|Alice Coker Cuthers (#47241735)|
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|SOUL searcher||Evelyn and Alvin Cuthers|
I have placed your pictures up. I took one of them together, separate and the view of where they lay to rest. I hope this is o.k. God Bless and Thank you for allowing me to assist you.
|Herman Weiland||Warren Lee Trindle|
Kingfisher - I have deleted his account, but to show you what I saw do a search now for him in Oklahoma with mine gone and you get the good old Archives screen with the heading Find death certificate for Warren Lee Trindle 62 Kingfisher Okla. I did look at Soc Sec Death Index but since he was not 65 he didn't show. My nother cousin Gladys Trindle used to keep me up on the family goings on but she is in Nursing home in Clear Water, Kansas and can't or won't answer letters. Should have written Ardeline Trindle (Claudes wife) to find out for sure before I jumped. My apology and thanks for the info. Alice McKeever is another of my cousin's by marriage in Kingfisher. She was married first to Charles Delbert Baker whose father Herman Baker I was named for. Herman's Wife Joy Leonhardt and my mother Mary Leonhardt were sisters. Do search for Henry Lewis Leonhardt in Kingfisher Cemetery and there are all the links.
|Cathy & Thomas||Monty Satterwhite|
We will be glad to add info for you.
|JKW||RE: Cecil Maurine Coker|
You're certainly welcome. I was very happy to transfer your mother's memorial to you.
Added by JKW on Nov 12, 2012 2:31 PM
|Judy Clayton Hagberg||RE: relation?|
Hello Alice, Yes, we are related! My maternal grandfather, William Henry Berry, Sr., was Beulah Jane Berry Satterwhite's brother. Grandpa was the youngest of the four children that Susan Day Berry and J.T. Berry had. She was my great aunt. I have a photo of my mom with her towards the end of her life. My mother and one of her brothers (her niece and nephew) are still living here in California. I also knew Ronnie Satterwhite when he was serving during the Vietnam War and was sad to hear that he and his brother had passed away (also their parents). Nice to meet you, Alice!
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