|Phil & Donna Whitaker (#4308835)|
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Phil is a retired systems analyst and a Vietnam veteran serving 4 years with the US Navy and 2 years with the Air National Guard. Donna is a retired RN with 44 years in the medical field. First as a nurse's aide, then EMT and finally an RN for the last 35 years. We live in Oklahoma City.|
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|Nichole Fiorentino||research on Mahoata Cross|
I am trying to find detailed info about Mahoata Cross, she was my paternal great=grandmother. How did you get this info on her? Do you have any further info to share, specifically on her Native American heritage. I am trying to pass this along to my children. Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
|Chris Hicks||La Juana Hicks # 15456225|
Find A Grave Memorial# 15456225
Thank you very much for all of your hard work!
I am requesting LaJuana's memorial be transferred to me. She was my dad's 2nd wife and I have her birth/death and realitives info.
Chris Hicks (#47108356)
|Kathleen Aderhold||Parents of Mary Elizabeth Barber Strickland --Barber/Walton|
In reference to Mary Elizabeth Barber Strickland, Find A Grave# 13862920 b. Oct. 22, 1822 d. Apr. 3, 1898
I have them as William Barber (Barbour) and Mary Polly Walton.
BUT, I have hit a dead end here.I cannot find William or Mary - where are they, who are they marriage date, birth, death, anything.
Do you know anything, any hint or family rumor will help me start.
|Roberta Chandler||Many thanks!!|
Thank you so very much for adding my mother's obituary. The service that you and other volunteers provide for those of us who are unable to visit the gravesites of our loved ones is invaluable. She would appreciate your work, too, since she was an avid genealogist. Thanks again!
|Johnny Taylor||RE John Q. Adams|
He joined the Dallas Police Department 9/26/60 and his badge number was 1704. He retired 5/5/81.
Born 8/5/34. Died 12/30/87. His FindAGrave memorial is #41016138. The photo of his headstone features an engraved DPD badge ... very impressive!
Navarro County TX has a very active genealogy library and they offer a lot of online data. You may find info about your cousin there.
My contact at DPD will attempt to get of scan of Adams' photo from personnel archives if it is available. I'll let you know.
|Johnny Taylor||Chris Walker|
Thank you so much for the transfer of the Chris Walker memorial. Up until several years ago I knew only of a few Texas Walker's of my immediate family and now I'm beginning to discover other members of this family in both Texas and Oklahoma. It was especially exciting to find that both sons of Christopher C. Walker Sr (Memorial# 32930147) were police officers since I am a retired officer myself.
I still have several friends who are Dallas police officers and one is an avid history buff ... I will contact him about your John Adams query and we'll see what comes of it.
Again, thanks so much..... Johnny
|Dennis Wilson||Vina Reed|
Concerning the duplication, Vina Reeds and over 200 more memorial have been put by Will in the wrong cemetery. The Lincoln cemetery is on the west side of Nowata Memorial cemetery but was set up for African Americans. It is separately managed and owned. If you check the official maps you will see that Nowata memorial is rectangular shaped and the Relocation cemetery is added at the bottom and Lincoln is positioned on its left (west) side. I notified Will Babb of his error and gave him more than 30 days to confirm and fix the problem. He ignored my notice so I added the memorials to the correct cemetery.
|David Qualls||RE: Sparks and Qualls|
Hi my dads parents are John Qualls 113469291 and Effie (Sparks) Qualls 113469532. My Qualls are in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee. I have never met any of my Sparks family. My great grandfather Sparks came to Oklahoma from Colorado.
|Virginia Lee Brown||Pender Brush|
Pender's oldest daughter Opal was born in 1918. She is listed in both parents obit as Opal Harrison of Breckenridge. I have found her marriage to Percy Harrison, but she was 68 yrs old at time of marriage. I can't find if or when she died. Do you have any info on her?
I would like to correspond with you. My email is on my member page.
Virginia Lee Brown
|Mary Phillips||Mattie Pearl Myers Moore (Srader)|
Mattie married 1st Timothy Moore between 1900 and 1905. After his death, she married Wm. Dalton 'Bill' Srader, b. March 7, 1891, d. Jan. 23, 1980. I believe he is buried in Petersburg. She had 5 children with Bill and I have added those to her memorial. Was unable to add Bill as a second spouse since I do not have his memorial information. Any help from you will be appreciated.
Mattie was the mother of my mother-in-law.
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