|Curtis D. Craig (#77)|
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Born to D.B.& Alma Gertrude(Outlaw)Craig in Lee County,Texas; 1949 Graduate of Elgin High School; Bastrop County Texas and a 1969 graduate of the California State University at San Jose. |
Served in the U S Navy during January 1951-to November 1954, in Seattle Washington and on the Island of Okinawa.
Was Married to the late Ruth Portus, daughter of William Portus and Harriet (Owston) Portus in 1953, have three living children. Presently residing in Oklahoma City.
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|J Thacker||McFarlin, Martha|
Looks like you accidently clicked enter twice.
McFarlin, Martha 11094839
b. Oct. 6, 1873 d. Mar. 9, 1949 Adina Cemetery
McFarlin, Martha 11094845
b. Oct. 6, 1873 d. Mar. 9, 1949 Adina Cemetery
|Jean MC||Elizabeth McClellan Tyler|
Elizabeth McClellan Tyler
Record added: Nov 21, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6943259
this lady is my greatgrandfather's sister, my great grand Aunt,..would you be willing to transfer this memorial to me so I can add a lot of family info and connections..
Added by Jean MC on Jun 14, 2016 12:33 AM
|William Irwin||Parks In Woodward|
I am working on the Parks Line My Mothers Father in Woodward and would like to use your Pictures of
Elmwood Find A Grave Memorial# 66342687 P.O. Parks
Find A Grave Memorial# 64180014 Curtis Harvey Parks, Sr.
I will add connectins as I gather them
|William||Cottle's in McDade|
Hello Curtis, I am not sure if you are familiar with McDade Cottle history, if you are perhaps you can help determine how my grandfather Wilbur Cottle is related to George Osborn Cottle. They are both buried in McDade Cemetery. Take a look at their birth and death dates. Very odd. Thanks,
Added by William on Aug 25, 2015 9:23 AM
|GalaxyQuest1||James Francis Parker and Rosalthe Lee Lawhon.|
|Carol Lynds||Buffalo Cemetery|
Hi Curtis, I am wondering if the cemetery you took a picture for is the one Hwy 152 between Sweetwater and Sayre, OK. I was there and have an uncle buried there. The picture is the same as the one you posted for Buffalo Cemetery in Sayre, Beckham Co. There is another listing for Buffalo Cemetery in Roger Mills Co. that has NO burials. Do you know if there are two cemeteries by the same name? Looking at Google maps, the one I went to IS IN Beckham Co. Thanks so much. Carol
|Les & Mary||Jemima Mima Davis Erwin|
Curtis, Mima was the sister to my Great Grandfather Martin Van Buren Davis, the first child of Jonathan Patrick Jr and Mary Ann Eggleston. Martin married Sarah Erwin. I am currently researching Jonathan Patrick Sr. and Frances Ross. Do you know where Jonathan Sr. is buried?
|Shirley Johnson||Sam Houston Mundine|
I am Titus Mundine's granddaughter. When I was 12 years old, I was visiting Aunt Annie and Aunt Birdie in Elgin, and copied the following letter written to Aunt Annie by Lily Mundine Hays, daughter of William Howard Mundine, and Laura Alice Mundine. Enjoy. -Shirley Johnson
I believe you are Annie.
We enjoyed the day so much. I feel it is a rare opportunity for all of us to get together and build a better knowledge of each other.
I must tell you before writing more, I can't spell. I cannot get the sound of the word. When I was younger I had my dictionary beside me and looked up words. Later, after my husband was home I depended on him to spell for me. Now I hope one can guess what I mean.
About forty years age, or longer, Uncle Charley and Aunt Lidy, Aunt Net and Uncle Will, Mother and my step-father Mr. McCullough, and Horace spent the day at the Mundine cemetary, and put the fence up that is there. I believe Aunt Mary and Bennie and Hallie were there, that I am not sure. I was there with my two children. They were very small and it seems so long ago.
We children called our grandparents by first name as on both sides they were Mundine. Grandpa Titus was Senator of Texas when Sam Houston was president of Texas, and he went to the home of Grandpa Titus and Grandma Catherine and their baby was in the cradle. He asked them what the baby was named. They said "We have not named him yet." The president took him up out of the cradle and said, "Well, I will give him my name. He is named 'Sam Houston' by me."
I am sure his mother and father felt great pride in what he, the president, had done, for I felt that mother showed, in telling it, a great pride.
I liked one week being a year old when my father died. I went to Aunt Cornelia and Grandma Catherine's funeral. Can just remember them.
Hope all of you are feeling fine. You will find a check for twenty-five dollars enclosed to help in any way on the cemetary.
San Antonio, Texas (there was a // or 11 after San Antonio)
214 W. Malone
Sept. 14, 1954
Other names mentioned:
Uncle Charley and Aunt Lidy..................Charles Patrick and Lydia (McDavid) Mundine
Aunt Net and Uncle Will........................Nettie Susan (Mundine) and William P. McDavid (apparently Aunt Lidy and Uncle Will McDavid were brother and sister, and married siblings Uncle Charley and Aunt Nettie Mundine)
Mother and step-father Mr. McCullough.........Laura Alice Mundine and William H. McCullough
Horace.................................................... Horace Mundine (Lily's brother)
Aunt Mary, Bennie, and Hallie......................Mary Pamela (Boggs) Mundine (widow of William Marion 'Willie' Mundine), and her two surviving children, William Benjamin (Bennie) Mundine, and Hallie (Mundine) McCoy.
Aunt Cornelia...........................................Perhaps Mary Cornelia Mundine, sister of William Howard Mundine.
Grandma Catherine..................................Catherine B. Merrill (wife of Titus H. Mundine, mother of Sam Houston Mundine)
|Mary Caye Judd||Clem Edwards|
Hi, Curtis ~ I'm interested to add your knowledge about Clem H Edwards to what very little I know. His first wife, Mary Dicy Taylor Edwards, was my grandmother's sister. Since your father's half-brother was an Edwards, you are probably related to Clem. I'll look forward to hearing more. Thanks. Mary Caye
|Richard Plant||Holl9man Cemetery name|
Craig, was wondering if the common name for the Holliman Cemetery where you have a number of memorial related to my family members is Holliman or Eagle. Our family has always called it the Eagle Cemetery. Thanks... Rick Plant (Tyler descendant)
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