|Taresa Heimer (#47310437)|
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|Mary Maurer||Ruth Park Turnbull|
The Caddo Herald (Caddo, OK)
October 17, 1919
Last Thursday night at Hugo, Mr. W. P. Turnbull and Miss Ruth Park were married by a justice of the peace. They returned to the Turnbull home ten miles east of Caddo and are making their home there.
The bride’s home is at blue, Okla., but she has been teaching school several terms at Turnbull school. She is a modest, accomplished young woman.
The groom is well known to everybody, having been born at the old Turnbull home. He is engaged in farming and cattle raising.
The marriage was somewhat of a surprise to the friends of the couple and they stole a march on homefolks by going to Hugo. Of course everyone will wish the young couple every happiness in this life.
(William Perkins Turnbull, son of Turner Turnbull.)
Hi Taresa, hope all is well with you. I just saw the memorial you did for Arti. Nice.
|lisa rees||RE: Basden Photos|
U are very welcome!
|Karen Maloy||RE: Charles C Turnbull Jr|
You are very welcome! Karen
|Memories From The Mist||RE: Heller Photographs|
Always glad to help out in any way that I can...
hope you have a very Merry Christmas,
Thank-you for taking the tombstone pictures at Turnbull Cemetery. I've heard it is very difficult to access. I eventually want pictures of all the tombstones there. Please let me know if there is anyone buried at Turnbull Cemetery who is not posted in find-a-grave. My husband's GGreat Grandmother was Mary Turnbull Benton.
Aliso Viejo, CA