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BCHS (#47888731)
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Bio Photo The Barton County Historical Society is located in the west basement of the courthouse on the historic Lamar Square. We are a non-profit organization run by a group of volunteers. Our hours are 1-4 Monday-Friday.
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 • 158 Memorials Added
 • 156 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 370 Photos
 • 1 Photo Request
 • 50 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 1 Friend
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Jan Summers
RE: Dolly Ann Leffler Clark
This memorial # 96721194
Added by Jan Summers on Apr 21, 2016 9:25 AM
Jan Summers
Dolly Ann Leffler Clark
Thank you for updating her memorial. Best regards, Jan
Added by Jan Summers on Apr 21, 2016 8:44 AM
Penny
Samuel and Sarilda Ledgerwood
Thank you very much for taking the time to take a picture of their headstones. It is greatly appreciated!
Added by Penny on Feb 03, 2016 11:27 PM
fred randall
RE: Lamar Requests
Hi!! It's been a few months since I've done any in Lamar. I was working a lot of over time and I was working on a headstone in Howell cemetery.
It's fine with me if you take care of photo requests in Lamar, I know there are some that are getting pretty old and the person who made the request would probably appreciate it. I hope to get back into to swing of things before too long. Thanks for asking I appreciate the work you do.
Added by fred randall on Jun 02, 2015 9:12 AM
Debbie Carr
Austin Grimes
Thank you for your attempts to find his stone. I appreciate it, really! At least he's not totally forgotten!

Austin Grimes (Find A Grave #90016923).
Added by Debbie Carr on Apr 22, 2015 11:47 PM
S Mulrey
Brockholst Tyler
Just realized that your group is how I got my start (abt 1991) on the Tyler family ancestors. Knew that Brock's son George (my 2nd g.grandfather) had come to Fannin Co. TX abt 1878 or so, & married a local girl. In his papers, I found an obituary for George's mother Cornelia Baker Tyler which led me to Barton Co. Stopped by the courthouse as I was driving ND to TX for an hour and the gents in the society showed me the Goodspeed's on Barton Co. The Tyler family is listed in the book (most of the info is true, but have never found a connection to Pres. Tyler as it says in the article). I thank you again for the info I got that day. Sharon
Added by S Mulrey on Feb 17, 2015 7:00 AM
S Mulrey
RE: Brockholst Tyler
Am just home from a 10 day trip and have doc visits for next 3 days but will get back to you as I can fit in computer time between appts. I am thrilled that you contacted me. Brockholst is my 3rd great grandfather. His roots go back to the Mayflower and many Revolutionary War ancestors. I thought his house was still standing but only have seen an old photo of it. Please write me at omamulrey@comcast.net so we can correspond off findagrave. Thanks, Sharon
Added by S Mulrey on Feb 17, 2015 6:51 AM
Linda Berney
RE: Morrison
I only know what I've found in census information about Byron Morrison. My research has been more focused on the family of his wife, the Strattons, who were distantly related to my husband - interesting bunch - true pioneers.
Added by Linda Berney on Jul 05, 2014 9:32 PM
nykk anderson
Earp question.
I would like to hear your list of reasons why you don't think it is her grave? I'm researching Wyatt Earp and would love to know more about this turning point in young Wyatt's life.
Added by nykk anderson on Sep 22, 2013 9:09 AM
Katsot
Sorry
I meant the Barton County Historical Society.

Thanks,
Kat
Added by Katsot on Sep 09, 2013 12:15 PM
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