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|Tammy Little||RE: Gregory Troy Richardson, Sr|
|Trapper John||Nedra Ray, Sunset Memorial Gardens, Lawton, OK|
Sherry, A friend of mine named Sharon used to live about a block from the Ray family. Sharon lived on Washington Street in Lawton and became a friend of mine from the time we were in first grade at Lincoln School. Sharon is wanting to find Rita Ray. She used to spend a lot of time at the Ray house. Do you know how to contact Rita? Please e-mail me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. By the way, my grandson JC Hooper is the one who took the photos of Nedra and Robert's grave marker at Sunset. Thank you for any help you can give.
|D. Stewart||Susanah "Wilson" Morsbach|
The following are the direct quotes of Albert's grandson Omer Ingram and historical records show these quotes to be true. Albert was married twice. The first time to Serena Josie "Walker" who is buried in Arkansas and the second time to Susanah "Wilson" Huston whom the memorial#117125792 is for and not his first wife Serena Josie Walker.
As you stated this information is as per her grandson, and ancestry.com
History of life of Albert Morsbach
History of life of Albert Morsbach gathered from people and record. Wrote by Omer Ingram his grandson by his daughter's first son, Annie Morsbach Ingram. I, Omer, now at age of 65 years old this year 1982.
Albert was about 39 or 40 when married first wife "Serena Josie Walker". Later died at childbirth about year later on Tuesday Aug. 11, 1896. He buried his wife about 70 yards to north west of it. Later years one other woman by name Manda Corder was buried adjacent to Serena Morsbach. Corder was the mother of Mrs. Will P. Greenfield.
Albert then married "Susanah "Wilson" Huston". I believe she was married to man before by name of Huston, no record of what happened to him. Sue was born in Alabama Aug. 16, 1864 Clay County.
This record finished by Omer S. Ingram, July 14, 1982.
|Melanie Hester||Mary T Brackeen Couch|
Just a note to Thank You for posting such a wonderful family photo! Lee Couch is the Grandfather of my children! It is very thoughtful of you to share such precious memories!
|Melanie Hester||Mary T Brackeen Couch|
|Russell Laird||RE: Joe Mc Farlin|
You are most welcome. We are glad to help out.
|C Wilson||Lela McFarlin ~ Greenwood|
You're very welcome ... I'm pleased to be of service.
Sorry I didn't find Joe on this visit. He was not at rest in the area with the other McFarlin's; and I ran short of time required to conduct a complete search. So ... I have left the request open ... without comment ... in case another volunteer might claim it.
Added by C Wilson on May 06, 2012 7:39 AM
Your welcome : )
|Carrick-Na-Maxwell||FOREST PARK IN HOUSTON|
Need to have sect and plot numbers At Forest Park Lawndale
in Houston because it's a 255 acre cemetery.
You may phone the cemetery at 713-928-5141
write: 6900 Lawndale Street, Houston, TX 77023
Then please add them to your request.
|Bonnie Church||Tribble / Gray Cemetery|
Sherry & Ray,
James E Tribble & Ann are 7th generation grandparents of my husband.
We were at Gray Cemetery yesterday . . .walked around behind Balch Road Self Storage to take our 1st look at the area.
Decided we were not dressed correctly, it was too hot and the summer foliage prevented us from seeing very much.
We will return in the fall and explore a bit more.
James f/o Stephen f/o John P f/o Robert Donnell f/o Rubin Alexander f/o Susan Elizabeth "Lizzie" Tribble Morris m/o Alice Virginia Morris Church m/o of my husband is how we link.
Please share how you are related.
Perhaps we can compare notes.
We were told that about 2 years the local DAR women came out & marked 3 Revolutionary War Graves . . . James being one.
We would love to know more about Gray Cemetery.
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