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Robert Wedgeworth (Cryptkeeper) (#47313179)
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Its A pleasure To Help Family Members To Find Missing ,Forgotten, Our Just Lost Love ones.

I Do Check All My messages , If I Dont Reply
To your Thanks, and Your Wonderful thoughts Remember.
YOUR VERY WELCOME.

If Any Of The Find A Grave Memorial I Have Posted Need To Be Edited Let Me Know. If They Or Family Member. I Will Be Glad To Transfer management
To You . Please Let Me Know.

Too All Have A Bless Day.

GOD BLESS,, Cryptkeeper

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Jerome Rosenthal
Lewis Earl Henderson jr
Thanks for the wonderful phot's
Added by Jerome Rosenthal on Aug 02, 2016 8:17 AM
Terry Foenander
William A. Bodenhammer
Bodenhammer/Bordenhammer was a Confederate sailor, who settled in Oklahoma after the war. After his death his widow, Texana received a Confederate pension from that state. Here is my bio of this sailor (inclusive of sources):

William A. Bordenhammer (surname also shown as Bodenhammer), landsman, served aboard the partial ironclad, CSS Huntsville, Mobile Bay, Alabama, during July December, 1863; later served aboard the receiving vessel CSS Indian Chief, Charleston station, 1864, and aboard the CSS Columbia, 1865; transferred to the Richmond station on January 22, 1865; after the war he settled in Oklahoma, and, after his death, his widow, Texana, collected a Confederate pension from that state (application no. 5803). [ORN 2, 1, 288; DANFS; Confederate Navy subject file N - Personnel; NA Complements, rolls, lists of persons, etc.; CSS Alabama CSS Neuse, page 270; Oklahoma Confederate pension index at http://www.odl.state.ok.us/oar/docs/pension.pdf.]
Added by Terry Foenander on Jan 12, 2014 5:43 PM
Doris Hanneman Schneider
Willis Gene Stockfleth
Please update the following record:
58092020 1937 - 1989 Willis Gene Stockfleth

Complete update as follows:
Name is Willis Gene Stockfleth
Born: Ute, Monona, IA
Died: Carbondale, Osage, KS
Add Plot: Row 28

Connect parents and sibling
105785586 Harold Hans Stockfleth 1906-1976
105785579 Elvira Catherina Rickert Stockfleth 1912-2000
115733963 Donald Dean Stockfleth 1934-2008

My Number is -48259132. Thanks
Added by Doris Hanneman Schneider on Nov 17, 2013 5:00 PM
Dave & Lois Ashworth
Aubrey Eugene Kirk
Is there a specific reason why Aubrey Eugene Kirk born 14 Feb 1900 in Texas, a son of Emmett Aldolphus Kirk & Vesta Auroro [Watts] Kirk was not included and linked as a son to his parents on your findagrave memorial for Emmett &/or Vesta Kirk? Aubrey Eugene Kirk is buried in the same cemetery ~ Martha Cemetery at Martha, Jackson County, Oklahoma. Thank you.
Added by Dave & Lois Ashworth on May 19, 2013 5:21 PM
Dee78639n Braly
Sweazea Family gratitude
Rev Robt Wedgeworth,
Wishing you a wonderful Happy New Year and thanking you again for posting the Memorial for Hannah Lucinda Stephenson Sweazea in Blair, OK. I have discovered there were several other Sweazea descendants trying to locate her - and thanks to your passion - she has reappeared in our family. I am continually amazed at the work and time Find-a-Grave Volunteers spend that helps so many of us.
Blessings be upon you,
Deen Braly
Added by Dee78639n Braly on Dec 29, 2012 3:14 PM
Dee78639n Braly
Sweazea Family gratitude
Rev Robt Wedgeworth,
Wishing you a wonderful Happy New Year and thanking you again for posting the Memorial for Hannah Lucinda Stephenson Sweazea in Blair, OK. I have discovered there were several other Sweazea descendants trying to locate her - and thanks to your passion - she has reappeared in our family. I am continually amazed at the work and time Find-a-Grave Volunteers spend that helps so many of us.
Blessings be upon you,
Deen Braly
Added by Dee78639n Braly on Dec 29, 2012 3:13 PM
Janet Milburn
RE: Johnson photos
Thanks Robert.
Did you give up on me or did I do the
right thing regarding Johnsons in that
cemetery,you are helping me with?

Janet
Added by Janet Milburn on Sep 10, 2012 12:20 AM
Janet Milburn
Re: Riverside Cemetery
Hello! Robert,

If I sent you a list of Johnsons in
Riverside Cemetery Mangum Greer County, Ok
Would you be able to take monument photos
of them. There are around 17 Johnson's out
there without monument photos.
Would sure appreciate it.

Thanks,
Janet Milburn
#47529757
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Added by Janet Milburn on Aug 26, 2012 11:22 PM
Dee78639n Braly
Hannah Lucinda Stephenson Sweazea
I am fairly new to Ancestry.com and Find-a-Grave research - but have several questions about your Memorial page for Mrs. H.L. Sweazea #61992530. Hannah was my second great grandmother - and I treasure the stories related to me by my mother, Joye Mills Braly, who lived in Bellevue, Clay County Texas, while attending high school - and lived with both her grandmothers in that small community.
I see that you have posted a Plot number in the Blair Cemetery. We have no records of any member of the Sweazea or Mills Families ever having lived in or near Blair, Jackson County, Oklahoma. Hannah had a rough but memorable life. Her first husband died, leaving her a young widow with two small daughters. She then married Matthias Luther Sweazea in Panola County, TX 3 June 1847. He was a veteran of the Civil War and suffered from consumption. He was murdered after the war - and her two sons avenged his murder and then fled in the night with the Sweazea family for Western Texas. They settled in Clay County and Hannah made her life with sons Thomas Flynn Sweazea and James Franklin Sweazea. She died in Bellevue 19 Jan 1914. The Bellevue Cemetery has fairly complete records - but no record of Hannah Sweazea. Her surviving grandchildren believe she may be buried in the Sweazea Family plots in an unmarked grave. There were several Sweazeas who lived for some time in Oklahoma - but in Canadian County and Jefferson County - indeed, one was shot to death by a Constable in Piedmont, OK. We would appreciate any new information you might provide about this mysterious appearance in Blair Cemetery.
Thanks for your help in solving another mystery. Deen Braly
- - dbraly@nctv.com - - Dee78639n Braly - - -
Added by Dee78639n Braly on Aug 21, 2012 7:28 PM
J. Robison
Vaughn Photos
Great photos Robert.
Thank you!
Added by J. Robison on Mar 07, 2012 4:58 PM
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