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Beanie Ragan Adams (#47165312)
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Bio Photo Hi, my name is Beanie. That is the name my brothers and sisters gave me when we was growing up. I have six brothers and three sisters. Three of my brothers have gone to be with the Lord. I am the daughter of Oscar Ralph and Dorothy Marie {Pelley} Ragan. Both of them have gone to be with the Lord. I was born in Fresno, California and raised in Caruthers, California. When my Mother went to be with the Lord, my Dad and I moved back to Oklahoma. I met my husband Don and got married in 1985. We lived for a while in Atoka, Oklahoma before moving to Talihina, Oklahoma, we have lived here for 26 years, and love it. We love putting out feed for the wildlife. I love watching the doves and little birds eat, we also have a deer family of four. My sister June told my sister Glenda and me about Find-A-Grave. It is a wonderful site, the best thing going. And Special Thanks to my sister June and my Find-A-Grave Family that have helped me.

God's Blessings To Everyone!!!

{Don't forget to be kind to strangers. For some who have done this have entertained angels without realizing it}. ~~Hebrews 13:2

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I found a penny today
Just laying on the ground,
But it's not just a penny
This little coin I've found.
That's what my Grandpa/Grandma told me,
He/She said Angels toss them down
Oh, How I loved that story.
He/She said when a Angel misses you
They toss a penny down,
Sometimes just to cheer you up
To make a smile out of your frown
So don't pass by that penny
When you are feeling blue,
It may be a penny from Heaven
That your Guardian Angel tossed to you!!

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Darrell Doane
RE: Cleo Fay Chappa
You are welcome and thank you for the compliment.
Added by Darrell Doane on Sep 09, 2016 9:23 PM
P. Oliver
RE: John Mack Dorsey
It is my sincere pleasure. Take care. Patsy
Added by P. Oliver on Sep 06, 2016 7:54 PM
damien roberts
billy george jones
you posted on his find a grave set up by carolyn davis im tring to track down her my sister to reunite with my family ive been a bad son to billy growing and left the family in the 80s i want to connect before i die please help contact me at ive ran out of places to look thank you
Added by damien roberts on Jun 09, 2016 1:58 PM
Abbie Genoa Dawson #41776098
I have Genoa's maiden name as Howlett. She married a Phillips first and had a son, Jerry Phillips, then married Clyde Dawson in 1941. I am curious as to why you think her maiden name is Pigg? Thank you for posting and maintaining these names and pictures. This is a great service to those of us who live far away. Ginny
Added by groovifamily on Jun 02, 2016 8:46 AM
John Young memorial, #96591649

Thank you for posting the above memorial; it's in Wadesville Cem. and I know you probably can't tell me anything more than you've posted, but I've looked for a "John Young" b. about then, and came from AL to Indian Terr. before 1900, my grandmother's 1st husband, and he died in this area; one preacher said he could take his son to his grave (the son was small when his fth d.) and this preacher was all over Latimer/LeFlore Counties in the area, (b. 1880). He d. before any relatives could ask him.

Do you know if anyone has a list of the names in this cemetery? Since the stone is broken, I'm thinking it could be an old grave. This man's widow remarried in 1899, and on her m/l she lived at "Wall" LeFlore Co. I'm not familiar with the locations, but hoping you might know something, or someone I could ask. Thanks, winnie
Added by wvy on Apr 30, 2016 10:38 AM
June Ragan
Grandma Ragan
Beanie, you are so kind to sponsor Grandma Ragan's memorial. Thank you for tracking down the information... you are one sweet lady.
Added by June Ragan on Apr 21, 2016 4:41 PM
RE: Noah Cemetery
Hi Beanie,

Thank you for your quick and gracious reply, and for the work you are doing for so many families. I would be happy to manage any of my family's memorials that you would like to transfer--I see that you have many to manage--but I don't feel the need to control memorials posted by others, as long as the information I see on them is accurate. So I will leave it up to you.

I am setting aside time this week to upload many family photos for archiving and will set aside those that would be appropriate to add to the sites. If you have any questions about Noah family facts, feel free to contact me, as I will be happy to provide documented sources to clear up any misunderstandings.

Thank you again,

Added by Rebecca on Apr 03, 2016 5:18 PM
Noah Cemetery
Hi Beanie,

My name is Rebecca Noah Cooper, and I am very pleased to meet you here on findagrave. I have been working on my family tree on since 2001 and have enjoyed meeting family and friends from Oklahoma that I had previously only known through the family tree given to me by my aunt Hilda Rountree. It was my intention to continue what she had begun, but what I initially viewed as a hobby has become a labor of love--a way of keeping in touch with those I knew and loved who have crossed over and even getting to know those who departed before I was born. Although I was born in Albion and enjoyed spending time visiting my grandparents there throughout my childhood, I never studied the history of the Choctaw Nation or understood the roles that my ancestors had played in settling the area until Auntie's tree inspired me to learn more.

Thank you for adding pages for some of my family members. I have extensive official documentation and can provide you with more details and photos of Aunt Hilda and Uncle Ed if you would like. I have contacted another person about corrections that need to be made for several people on sites s/he has posted, but have not gotten a reply yet.

I look forward to meeting you in person the next time I am in the area.



Added by Rebecca on Apr 02, 2016 2:40 AM
Linda McGahan
RE: Seamans Family

Please check it and try again. I know it works because I've had it for several years.
Added by Linda McGahan on Mar 21, 2016 7:28 PM
Linda McGahan
Seamans Family
Hi Beanie,
Would you please contact me on my personal email address?
Thanks your Arkansas Cousin....Linda
Added by Linda McGahan on Mar 20, 2016 11:18 AM
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