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Robert Carlisle (#46839567)
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Bio Photo I was born in Stillwater, OK and grew up in Midwest City, OK. My parents are Robert and Effie (Jorns) Carlisle. Both of my grandparents homesteaded in Oklahoma. I am very interested in genealogy and would enjoy visiting with anyone who connects with Carlisle, Jorns, Foglesong or West families.

My wife Judy Shelby Carlisle and I now live in Spring Hill, TN. Before moving to TN in 2005 we lived in CO for 18 years. I volunteer as the historian/genealogist at the Lotz House Museum in Franklin, TN.

I would also enjoy visiting with anyone researching my wife, Judith G. Shelby's family. Her family names are: Shelby, Armold, McGee, Copeland and Ritter.
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Janet LaMotte
RE: Foley and Elizabeth Collins
I would be happy to make corrections or additons to the memorial. As you know, you can add family photos yourself.
Added by Janet LaMotte on Mar 01, 2015 6:05 AM
Bernie Carlisle
Carlisle's
Hope you are still active here and that my direct email to you was not deleted as spam.
Added by Bernie Carlisle on Feb 09, 2015 9:27 PM
Ronnie & Marjeana
Mary West
Your welcome we found it while looking for old obits.
Added by Ronnie & Marjeana on Dec 26, 2014 12:56 PM
Harriet W. Berry
RE: Thomas J. Carothers
Oops, my 4g-grandfather was Thomas Carothers' uncle, not cousin. Knew that didn't sound right.
Added by Harriet W. Berry on Dec 08, 2014 6:37 AM
Harriet W. Berry
RE: Thomas J. Carothers
Hi, Robert. I'm a descendant of Thomas Jefferson Carothers' first cousin Robert, buried on the other side of I-65 in front of the Cool Springs Marriott. Carothers was my mother's maiden name, and, unlike me, she was "local".

While I thought I knew a fair amount of Carothers lore and am familiar with the Lotz house (from its law office phase), did not know that Thomas Carothers had owned it, nor have any knowledge of what became of the furnishings. I'd've been less surprised to hear Thomas' brother R B had bought it, and/or that that's how Thomas had later come into possession.

Sorry I can't be of more assistance, but please don't hesitate to email a note if you'd like to discuss them. --Harriet
Added by Harriet W. Berry on Dec 08, 2014 6:33 AM
 

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