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Gerald Whitworth (#47298378)
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Bio Photo I live near Tulsa,Oklahoma. I enjoy helping folks by photographing their ancestors graves in my spare time.
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Searching the Past
Lytle's
Gerald,
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos you added for James and Phoebe Lytle. It is greatly appreciated!
Donna
Added by Searching the Past on Jan 12, 2014 5:19 PM
Nancy
Bertha Goggans
Gerald,
I have been wondering what happened with Bertha and the baby Ruby Lee. The baby died and them the next year or so, Bertha died. Do you know what happened? Do you know where the baby is buried. I would guess maybe the same place as Bertha maybe.
I'm full of questions! We need to ask them tho while there are still those old enough to remember!
You are welcome to email me

privately....nhough22@gmail.com
Added by Nancy on Dec 12, 2012 5:51 PM
Nancy
RE: Bertha Long Goggans
I forgot to add this information.

Edith M. Goggins
Birth: Nov. 4, 1919, USA Death: Dec. 4, 1995, USA
Burial:
Highland Cemetery
Durant
Bryan County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Section 2, Lot 2384
Created by: TimelessSpirits
Record added: Oct 08, 2011


Find A Grave Memorial# 77869189

W. T. "Bill" Goggins
Birth: Oct. 14, 1895, USA Death: Jun. 11, 1978, USA
Burial:
Highland Cemetery
Durant
Bryan County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Section 2, Lot 2384

Created by: TimelessSpirits
Record added: Aug 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94999152

Added by Nancy on Dec 12, 2012 4:33 PM
Nancy
RE: Bertha Long Goggans
Gerald they are listed at Find-a-grave as "Goggins" The information below will tell you where to find them. Thank you for the information.

I also sent this informatin to the person that posted them:
The correct spelling is GOGGANS.
He was born to Newton R. and Martha Elvira Israel Goggans. Was first married to Bertha Melissa Long in about 1919 and had 3 children. Bertha is buried at the Molsbe Cemetery, Nocona, Texas. After she died, He then married to Edith Marie Roberts on Dec 7, 1937 and had 4 children.


William Thomas Goggans served in a hospital in Nance, France. He was aboard a train going to the front lines and they stopped the train and backed it up and took some of the troope off to work in the hospital. He was one of those lucky ones. This is the way he told the story as I remember.
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WW I Draft Registration
William Thomas Goggans age 21 single
City: Not Stated
County: Bryan
State: Oklahoma
Birthplace: Ardmore, Oklahoma;United States of America
Birth Date: 14 Oct 1895
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1851608
Blue eyes, light brown hair
Employer, farm labor Wilkey Ballinger at Bee, OK.
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Wilkey Ballinger was married to William's sister, Minnie Lee Goggans Ballinger.

Nancy
Added by Nancy on Dec 12, 2012 4:30 PM
Nancy
RE: Bertha Long Goggans
I thought I recognized your name. If you would like, I can transfer Bertha to you, and you can add whatever you would like. Almost all my Goggans info came from Duane, or researching on my own. William was a brother to my Mary Ethel Goggans White.
Thank you for your help with the corrections!
Nancy
Added by Nancy on Dec 11, 2012 9:45 AM
Nancy
Bertha Long Goggans
Gerald, I made the corrections, and added a note about her son. I don't know where Bertha's husband, William Thomas Goggans is buried. I show he died at Durant, OK. but don't know what cemetery. Do you?
Thank you!
Cousin Nancy
Added by Nancy on Dec 10, 2012 8:56 PM
Ash Montagu
Fraziers
I made the changes.

About the names I put on findagrave for Chishoktak Cemetery, I went by Vol 3 of the Bryan County Cemetery Books published by the Bryan County Heritage Assn in 1987 plus other records.

They walked the cemetery and added four names from Mhoon & Holmes Funeral Home records. Sometimes they also add names given to them by people who have relatives or friends in a cemetery. They must be unmarked graves.

The book says the newer section is at the southern edge of the church grounds. The old section is 2/10th's of a mile south and on the opposite side of the road. Its set back on a wooded hill and in 1987 was burned off with charred remains of Indian homes. It is unkempt with many markers of sand stone and metal markers that cannot be read anymore.
Added by Ash Montagu on Aug 02, 2011 2:00 PM
 

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