|C.M. Wright (#46912654)|
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Oklahoma native, born in Oklahoma City, but raised in Yukon-Home of Garth Brooks. Went to school with him and saw him come into his fame.|
Married Sue Allen in Mustang, OK and have two wonderful children. We moved to the country and live in Grady Co. OK.
My Dad and his folks were originally from Grady Co. in Oklahoma near Tuttle.
*(Due to gas prices at this time we are only doing photos from Minco and Tuttle, but might if not to many miles away.
Thanks! C.M. Wright
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|BJ||RE: Annis Pettypool Brasher|
I am sorry but do not have a place of burial for him. If I find one I will leave it here.
Added by BJ on Jul 07, 2014 8:57 AM
|W. Loy Frisk Simmons||RE: P.S.|
Wish I did have the Tarbutton book, though have to admit didn't know there was one. I have done some research of the line, but not as much as I should. Somewhere, think from research my sister did in 1970's I learned Margaret died in Wright County, on 22 Oct 1847. Sadly that is about all I know. I plan one day before long to go to Hartville (Wright County Seat), to see if they have any records. Please write to my e-mail address with any other info, so we can chat. It's on my page. I use it only for here and Ancestry. Thanks, Loy
|Jim||Earl Wright Sr|
I din't correct the typo's because that is the way the obit read. Thanks.
Added by Jim on Feb 28, 2014 10:58 AM
|Alice||RE: Mattie B. Roper Fothergill|
Yes, Edwin was first married to Mattie Roper. She passes away and he married Margaret.
Added by Alice on Sep 04, 2013 6:16 PM
|Joe Barker||RE: Alan Blankenship|
I was in the Army with Alan when we were stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky. He operated a 5-ton which he always said was the fastest in the company. I think he just had a heavy foot and quick shift. He was a true friend and made several trips to my home in the mountains. He dated my cousin for a while until he was shipped over the pond. I never did take him up on his offer to go to Oklahoma. We used to go down to the river and catfish, never caught much but we were fishing anyway. He was a man you could depend on, always upbeat and good humor even on the toughest day. He stopped by my Dads on his way home from the service I never knew why but he did stay for several days. My Dad never told me the reason other than he just wanted to see him and my mother. I was over the pond at that time and never saw my friend again. Joe
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