|Doreen Keithley Kuhlmann (#46942974)|
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|Steve Bench||Joseph Ingenthron's headstone|
I'm confused. You posted a picture of Joseph and Eliza's headstone showing a birth year for Joseph of 1852 but another headstone picture on his memorial shows a date of 1850 while all other data is the same. From the grain of the marble both pictures appear to be the same stone, possibly different sides. Can you shed any light on this?
|Larry Hedrick||RE: Hedrick's|
Hello, Doreen. Thanks for the reply. You are certainly right that the Keithley's are a difficult family to research. It is easy to get lost among the several Ambrose and Willis members. It pleases me to see that we are kin, if distantly so. I'm pretty new to Find A Grave, so you'll have to forgive me if I don't understand all its workings. You asked about the children of Jacob Wiley and Mary Martha Keithley Hedrick. Here is what I have:
William "Willie" Francis Hedrick, October 16, 1878 - February 21, 1904. He is buried in Oaklawn Cemetery in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. He has a Find a Grave memorial page but is not linked to his parents or siblings.
Nancy "Nannie" Hedrick Pugh - August 21, 1882 - April 18, 1930. She is buried in Greenwood Memorial Park in Tarrant County, Texas. She has a Find A Grave memorial page and is linked to her parents but not to her siblings.
Lemuel "Lem" Elvin Hedrick - July 5, 1888 - March 28, 1970. He is buried in Yocum Pond Cemetery, Reeds Spring, Stone County, Missouri. He has a Find A Grave memorial page but is not linked to parents, spouse, children or siblings.
Claude D. Hedrick - October 28, 1893 - August 24, 1982. He is buried in Euwasha Cemetery, Kenwood, Delaware County, Oklahoma. He has a Find A Grave memorial page but is not linked to parents, spouse, children, or siblings.
Roxie "Tiny" Hedrick Allen - March 22, 1901 - February 14, 1961. She is buried in Euwasha Cemetery, Kenwood, Delaware County, Oklahoma. She has a Find A Grave memorial page but is not linked to parents, spouse, children, or siblings.
Olbert R. Hedrick - March 22, 1904 - October 7, 1969. He is buried in Yocum Pond Cemetery, Reeds Spring, Stone County, Missouri. He has a Find A Grave memorial page but is not linked to parents, spouse, children or siblings.
Lemuel Hedrick is my Grandfather. I hope you can help in getting these linkages made in the Find A Grave data base. Thanks for the work you do for Find A Grave and for the Keithley family.
Hot Springs, Arkansas
|P Black-Avitts||RE: Henry Vail Haley|
Would have been the Daily Oklahoman newspaper.
|Sheryl ||Henry Vale Haley|
I saw your inquiry about Henry's death notice. Here it is, although not much to it:
Haley, Henry V., 54, 420 1/2 West Reno. Survivors: two brothers, C. W. Haley, Oklahoma City and Joe B. Haley, Houston, Texas. Arrangements later by
The Hahns. (The Daily Oklahoman, Jan. 25, 1933)
There was a funeral notice the next day, only saying services and burial would be at Fairlawn that afternoon, the 26th.
Added by Sheryl on Apr 02, 2015 4:53 PM
|Charlotte Myers Ker||Stephen Watson info...|
I am a descendant of Stephen Watson and have visited Adair County and did not know he had a marker in Adair. Could you contact me with any other information about this family. I have done a mtDNA and am trying to find who Stephen's first wife was, the mother of Mary Polly Watson???
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlotte Myers Ker
|Kat Carter||Louisa Brundage Parker|
HI, Louisa's maiden name is already listed in the center of her name in italic. That is how it is on Find A Grave. I was able to link her to her parents. Thanks to the information you provided. Thanks You
|Sandy & Aimee Harrison||Walnut Shade Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the obituaries to individuals in this cemetery. So many of these people are my family and I live all the way in Washington State, so don't have access to this information. I had the opportunity to visit the cemetery a few years ago and it was amazing to see so many very old headstones -- we don't have any that old around here.
|Sue Henry||RE: Thomas L. Jones|
Please use the edit tab for the correction, I'm not sure which cemetery he is in.
Sorry to not be more specific. Nora Fisher Keithley wife of Leonard Keithley,daughter of Elizabeth Brigner and John Fisher.My husbands grandfather and Nora were first cousins.
Added by laura on Sep 26, 2013 7:44 PM
Are you related to this woman? I have a lot of pictures of her that she sent to her cousin in Ohio , who was my husband's grandfather. I would like to correspond with a descendant of hers.
Added by laura on Sep 25, 2013 5:41 PM
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