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Sheila Perkins (#46616282)
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I was born in Cameron, Louisiana July 21, 1939 to William Zachariah Reich and Phylis Rogers Reich. Dad was working oil field across La. Before this Dad had also worked for Bell Telephone laying cable for the telephones. I don't know when he started to work for them but they lived in Kansas doing this before I was born. We later moved to Gross Tete and to Hackberry and then to Pickering, La. Where Dad and his brohters built roads and highways. The summer before I started the third grade we moved to New Llano, La. Around 1950 we went to Post, Texas for Dad and Uncle Cleve to build roads to the oil wells being drilled out there. Lots of rattle snakes We started to move to Norman, Oklahoma where they owned a 120 acre farm. We were half way there when Mom decided she wanted to go back to Louisiana where the grandkids were and so Dad parked the truck and we went on to visit the family and then returned to Louisiana. I was very disappointed. I always wanted to live on that farm with the creek running thru it. Later in New Llano Dad and Mom bought a little grocery store and we lived in the back of it. They built some small houses to rent to the soldiers at Camp Polk, later years it became Fort Polk.
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J. David and Summer Day Medley Hannah
RE: Jewel Reich Wagner
You are very welcome!
Added by J. David and Summer Day M... on May 28, 2012 5:43 AM
Karen Maloy
RE: Mollie Reich Rhea
You are very welcome, so glad I could help!
As is my custom, I got all of the Rhea resting places while I was there and they are all uploaded. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly if there is ever anything else I can do!
Karen
Added by Karen Maloy on May 23, 2012 8:24 PM
Bill Stephens
Margaret Ann Orr Gathers
According to cemetery records she is buried in section 18, lot 4. The only other person in that lot is her husband David.

There was no seperate marker for her nor was her name engraved on his marker. There was empty space around the marker which are unmarked, but I would assume she was buried in his lot and her name never added to the marker.

Cemetery records show that they are both buried together in section 18 lot 4
Added by Bill Stephens on May 19, 2012 12:24 PM
 

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