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Mary Angeline Crockett-Moore
I should have added that Mary Angeline Crockett-Moore lived at Spaulding, mile west and one mile north of Spaulding for many years. She is buried in Holdenville Cemetery, roughly 7 or 8 miles from this small community. She and her family made the journey into "town" (Holdenville) with horses and a wagon to get supplies.
Added by Spaulding on Mar 25, 2015 12:12 AM
Mary Angeline Crockett-Moore
Hi, cousin Connie...
As I am researching, I have found that census takers will write Mary E. Crockett and I definitely know it is Mary Angeline Crockett, my great grandmother. She is buried next to her husband Edwin Erwin Moore (E.E.) and my grandfather, Joseph Herbert Moore (as well as my grandmother and their 3 babies). I do know that Mary Angeline got rather a late start at getting married and she and her father, David C. Crockett, are the only ones on one of the census. Why? I am asking the family. I know she gave birth to my grandfather, Joe, at the age of 41. Though she lived a rather long life, she died of pneumonia in January of 1935. My mother was 2 years old and her maternal grandmother had died before her birth. Thus, my mother never really knew her grandmothers. When Mary Angeline married, she planted a cucumber in a clear glass bottle, let it grow to fill the bottle, added wood alcohol, and put a cork in it. The pickle in the bottle is at my mother's house 133 years later. It is the family heirloom.
Added by Spaulding on Mar 25, 2015 12:09 AM
Benjamin Crockett
Hello Cousin

I am the great-great-great-granddaughter of Benjamin H. Crockett, through his daughter Leatha Crockett Carpenter.
I have been to Bond County IL and seen the tombstone there. I have also been in contact with Richard Crockett and know about the DNA test.
Richard & I have shared information over the years. I know that a few years ago he traveled to Indiana, Illinois and other states where the Crocketts lived and did research. He lives in Oregon! I live in St. Louis.
My e-mail address is:

Added by RUBY RED* on May 04, 2011 8:14 PM
janet donner
seass cemetery
can you tell me where seass cemetery is?
I live in Decatur cant tell from the map and thought maybe you had been there?
Added by janet donner on Oct 05, 2009 9:05 PM

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