|Vicki Carberry (#47344192)|
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|KLB||Mary Betty (Wheeler) Davis at Oaklawn Cem|
Hi Vicki, Thank you for the obit you sent and it has been added to her memorial but we didn't see a source for it. If you have the source & date of publication, would you mind sending that? We linked Betty to her two husbands. Looks like her parents may be buried at Oaklawn also but not positive that the Melvin L & Ann Marie Wheeler buried there are her parents. Do you know if they are? All the best, Keith & Lynne
Added by KLB on Dec 22, 2014 7:08 PM
|Janet LaMotte||RE: Theodore Benhoff obituary|
Vicki, I appreciate your help. I'm still adding obits to my memorials. Some of them are really hard to find. --JL
|Judi Armstrong-Skyles||RE: Alfred Morland|
Thank you very much for trying. I am trying to get all of my Mother's cousins linked and photographed. I appreciate your help. Judi
|Betty Suva||RE: Jerry/Jarislav Suva|
Yes, his grandfather and my grandfather were brothers. If you want to transfer your memorial to me, I'll email Jerry/Jarislav's son and ask him which name he prefers for me to use, and then I'll put a note in the memorial indicating the duplicate names. Thanks! Betty
|Betty Suva||Suva in Prague, OK|
Vicki, I just realized that the memorial for Jerry F. Suva that I added in the Prague (OK) Catholic Cemetery is for the same person that you have listed as Jarislav Frantisek Suva. I see from the photos that his name is listed both ways on headstones. Do you have a suggestion for combining them into one memorial, or is it wiser to leave it as two entries?
Betty Suva Follett
Where did you find the obit for Willard Gunn, also looking for one for his wife Elizabeth Gunn nee Archer, and daughter Helen V Gunn.
Added by R Horner on Oct 30, 2014 8:25 PM
|Debbie Powell||Genealogy Search|
Thanks for adding the obit on Dillie White. This has helped find a missing link to my husband's side of the family.
|Sandra Taylor||Fred D. Brooks|
Thank you for posting the obituary of Fred D. Brooks. He was a distant cousin of mine and this has helped in my family research. The Brooks line has been a challenge for me and I appreciate any help that can be given. Bless you!
|Barbara Krogh||Carberry correction|
Vicki, I'm a Carberry descendant and have done the whole Carberry clan. You have the incorrect Carberry as the father of Stephan Andrew. My gg grandfather was Amos Marion Carberry b. Oct 10 1839 d. feb 27 1923. He is buried in the Ogden Cemetery with Lucy.
I'd really like to talk to you about the Carberry line. Please email me at email@example.com or contact me in Guthrie at 293-9128.
|Danny Chancellor||Gilbert Moore|
From "The Oklahoma Spirit of 17":
Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Moore, Okemah, Okla., was born in Lynn County, Missouri, September 5, 1897, and educated in the Oklahoma schools. Enlisted from Hughes County, Oklahoma, with the National Guard in May, 1917, this later being Federalized. Was sent to Camp Bowie for training with Co. F, 142nd Infantry, 36th Division. Was sent to France in June, 1918, with the 36th Division, being advanced to Corporal. Was killed in the Meuse-Argonne battle October 18, 1918. No direct information from his Captain was received as to how he met his death, but a "Buddie" wrote that he was killed by a machine gun bullet while locating machine gun nests. This was and especially dangerous undertaking, and when volunteers were asked for he was one of those who feared nothing and was willing to risk all in order that an end might be reached in the horrible massacre that was taking place. The Croix de Guerre and one other French decoration was sent his father, and also a citation from General Pershing, commending the bravery of his son. It is natural that this lad should have enlisted and offered himself to his country, coming from a direct line of fighting men as he did. His father having enlisted in the Spanish-American War and fighting with the U. S. Infantry for 6 months. Corporal Moore was buried in the National Cemetery in France.
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