|Rita Collvins Mayfield (#46860488)|
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My name is Rita June Collvins Mayfield. I was born February 20, 1942 in Jackson County, Oklahoma. I married Vernon Roy Mayfield on April 16, 1971. My primary hobbies are gardening, oil painting, genealogy and of course cemeteries. There is something comforting about strolling through the cemetery and reading the stones. I have recently moved to Cordell, Oklahoma, but have lived in Oklahoma most of my life. Once an Okie, always an Okie. I am slowly trying to get all my family memorialized here. My virtual cemeteries represent my family, unless otherwise noted. I am going to make them public once again, and hope I can leave them without the misuse that occurred previously.|
If I have a memorial that is anyone in your family, and is unrelated to me or my husband, I will be glad to hand it over to you as I don't adhere to the 4 generation only guideline, just contact me. I count it a joy and a job well done if I am able to pass on your loved one to you. It is my number two reason for doing this, second only to wishing to save all the old and battered stones from being lost forever. If you find errors on any of the information on my memorials, please get in touch with me with corrections. You are welcome to use my tombstone photos on your family files and family trees, just note where you got it.
Please don't post death certificates or census reports in the picture area on my memorials. They don't belong there and are detrimental to the looks of the memorial, plus it takes up room where photos could be placed.
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Ann Turner, Deana Goss Mart..., Frances K, Harriet W. Berr..., Janie Healer Da..., June, Phillip H. Pitz..., Robert E. Lee, Stone Branches, Tammy Fisher, William Tatum
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|Debe Clark||re: Charles Floyd Brookover|
Thanks much for the transfer. That was a pleasant surprise.
|Avery McKenzie||Family Tree|
Hi, My name is Avery McKenzie and James Avery McKenzie is my grandfather. Have you seen James Dwaine McKenzie's grave site. His dates would be 1948-1984. His mother's name was Rita Faye Wheeler Powell, are you related?
Thank you for any information you can provide!
|oklahomatumbleweed||Thomas Alfred Cowger|
Could you link Thomas to his wife Gladys Lenore Hilliker #8252212. Could you transfer ownership of the memorial to me. I am their granddaughter.
|Roanna Dolan Griffin||Mary Ellen Griffin|
Thank you for the unexpected transfer. We really appreciate it. Have a great day.
|Steve Krou||RE: Griffins|
Hi Rita, a transfer to a closer relative than I will be made without question!
I've no interest in amassing the most memorials managed.
My interests lie in correctly identifying as many family members as possible, adding as much info., docs., photos, etc. as possible and most importantly connecting the family links.
THANK YOU AGAIN VERY MUCH! - Steve
|Diane Harris||RE: Bessie, John and Kathleen Owens|
Thank you for letting me know--I guess your husband & I are distant cousins then. I wish you the best, Diane
|John Ozzy Williams||RE: Barnes Cemetery|
Since it sounds like you have a bunch, I would prefer you send directly to my email. Be sure to include memorial numbers because that is what I will need to make the links. I will be glad to make the corrections or links. Thanks!
|Kathy Smith||Rachel J Andrews|
Thanks for all the work you are doing. I am looking for the husband of Rachel J Andrews, who's buried in Lone Star Cemetery, having died in 1962. The last record I have of Joseph Harvey Andrews is in 1935 in Ford County, KS. Do you know if he's also buried there in Lone Star? Is there a cemetery record that you could check for Rachel's actual date of death, rather than just the year that's inscribed on her stone?
Thanks very much for any help you can give,
|storm320||RE: Velma and Nawlin|
You take care of yourself. Thanks for not forgetting about me, though. Happy holidays.
Added by storm320 on Dec 27, 2012 7:49 PM
|storm320||Velma & Nawlin Jay Medlin|
The original creator of the memorials for Velma Loy Battle Medlin and Nawlin Jay Medlin had put on the memorials that they had a double stone at their grave site, but there is no picture of it. Is there any chance you are near enough to photograph it? It would be a great Christmas present if you could...ha! The thousands of people touched by your contributions are truly blessed.
Added by storm320 on Dec 06, 2012 7:20 PM
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