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Liz Freeman (#47065338)
 member for 7 years, 8 months, 29 days
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Bio Photo I am an avid researcher. One of my favorite research projects has been the Highnote name out of Navarro County, TX (who was a lawman killed in OK). I have also researched all the women who have served as sheriff in Oklahoma - so fascinating.

Then there is the Casner/Carsner/Carsoner name out of KY, MO, IA, KS, TX, AZ, NM, CA, WA, OR, ID - which is one of my family lines with real outlaws and successful gold rush people in CA.

Another favorite has been "Rose of the Cimarron", the story of Rose Ella Dunn during the late 1890s in OK TY.

Last but not least is Ruby Darby known as "Queen of the Oil Fields" in Oklahoma during her heyday as a blues singer/vaudeville performer 1915 - 1922.

I do love photographing the older cemeteries here in Oklahoma occasionally finding a person whose history is a must to research.

** Please when you take my photographs which I have uploaded to Find-a-Grave and place them on other websites, all I ask is that you give appropriate credit to me on the other website. An exception to this is for those photos in Allegheny County, PA. I am one of several people assisting a gentleman upload his thousands of photos.

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Thank you very much for the Knapp transfers from Calvary Cemetery in Pittsburgh!
Added by cetme50 on Jul 25, 2016 9:42 AM
Larry Leighton
Sorry about that correction for Wayne Leighton. I don't know why I didn't see it was already there
Added by Larry Leighton on Jul 09, 2016 2:01 PM
Judy T
RE: Roger Mills County Cemetery Book
So sorry, I saw your name by the printed piece from the cemetery book and guess I made a mistake in identity. Please accept my apology, there are so many typographical errors in the book and we try to keep them to a minimum by alerting people to check them... Again, so sorry...
Added by Judy T on Jul 01, 2016 10:04 AM

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