|Roberta Breaune (#47149245)|
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My name is Roberta Lea Williams Breaune Crum Breaune. Most of our family angels are buried in the Duffield Cemetery in Jay, Oklahoma. We grew up visiting this cemetery every year for all my life since my sister, Glenda, and I were adopted by Ruth Virginia Williams Breaune and her lifelong love, Joseph George Breaune. Our father, Robert E. Lee Williams was Ruth Breaune's brother. She and Daddy adopted us when Robert was lost in a car wreck and they gave us a wonderful life rich in history and appreciation for the past. My bio-mother, Morine Williams Hibberts, died of cancer many years ago. I married Lloyd Richard Crum and we had 4 children. Kelly, who died in infancy, and 3 daughters, Denise, Michelle, and Amanda. We divorced after 24 years. I have 2 wonderful grandchildren, Brave Dave, 12, (because he messes with his grandmother) and Miss Miranda, 10. I am an R.N. and 2 daughters, the grandchildren, and one son-in-law and I live on the family farm outside of Miami, Oklahoma. If we can visit a cemetery in our area and get cemetery information or photos for you, let us know. We often upload entire areas because our area has so many tiny and forgotten cemeteries. If anyone needs us to transfer a memorial to them and it is not for our family member, just send us a message. This is important and we are glad to do do it. You'll see us listed under my name and Amanda May and Brave Dave.|
Thank you so much for this site.
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|Wes T.||British Airmen|
Just wanted to say thanks for adding those British Airmen to Find A Grave. I watched a video from last year where an RAF squadron came over here for a memorial ceremony. Miami, Oklahoma ... who would have thought it was site of an airbase? Best wishes.
Added by Wes T. on Nov 13, 2013 10:08 AM
I was hoping that you could go back to his grave. And delete the flowers with info on the page. Some of the info is wrong. If you click on the rose it will take you where you can delete them. I have the info already listed on the page. Also you can go back and change the info on the grave photo to.
Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate your help.
His number is 108113334
Added by JAM on Nov 05, 2013 11:55 PM
|Debbie (Burger) Wheeler||RE: Pattons|
Thank you for taking the photo of Dorthea grave. I so appreciate it.
I believe that you have my "Uncle Bill" William Raymond Patton and my Grandfather George William Patton criss-crossed.
My Grandfather George William Patton married Minnie Louellen Leonard in 1918; they went on to have 17 children before Grandpa died in 1953. Dorothea was the oldest girl. George and Minnie raised 14 of their children to adulthood. They had 3 that did not make it. Tommy Patton died at birth; Amos Franklin Patton died I believe in 1935 and buried at the Peace cemetery in Joplin (going by memory here; hope this is correct) and Jo Ann Patton died in Tulsa Oklahoma. If you click on my memorial for George William Patton it lists most to all of his children. There is only 5 of the Patton children living now. That would be Vinita (#11 - My Mother) - Lillie (#15) - Minnie (#17) - Howard (#14) & Charles (#13)
George and Minnie's oldest son, "Uncle Bill" William Raymond Patton married "Jenny" Geneive Weiesnbach they had several children, but only 2 survived and both are still living in or around the Joplin area. They lost a little girl, that is buried in the Peace cemetery in Joplin, (I was able to copy her death record out of SOS Missouri Birth/Death records. They also lost an infant that is buried near the foot of my Paternal Grandfather in Tulsa Oklahoma. From what I understand they also lost another child that is suppose to be buried near the tracks in Red Fork Oklahoma, (Guess money was tight at that time).
May I ask if you are related to any of these folks? George and Minnie are my maternal Grandparents. Uncle Bill is my maternal Uncle.
Uncle Bill's wife (Jenny) is also blood-related, she is my paternal Great-Aunt. On my Fathers side - Burger / Weiesnbach - there was 3 Weiesnbach's and 2 Burgers that married children of George and Minnie's. I hope this may have helped in some way. Thanks again for the photo (I love photos).
|drlee||Photo Request Problem: Mary Angeline (Roberts) Bradley Mitchell|
Thank you very much for attempting to photograph Mary Angeline (Roberts) Mitchell's headstone at Ottawa Indian Cemetery. I hope the information below will assist.
Mary Angleine (Roberts) Bradley is listed by Margaret Parker on http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~okottawa/ottawaindiancem.html
It states: "This list submitted by Margaret Parker. All information taken from tombstones, funeral records, and other records that were available, plus visits to the cemetery itself in the fall of 2003.
"Bradley Mary Angeline,b,1887,died, 1964,wife of,Burl Bradley,daug.of,Marion & Martha Waldon Roberts"
Mary Angeline (Roberts) Mitchell may be buried next to her first husband who is also listed by Margaret Parker:
"Bradley Burl,born,1884,died,Nov.15-1923,husband,Mary Angeline Roberts, son of, Oscar & Mary Bradley"
Mary's sister. Judy Alice (Roberts) Jones, is also buried in the cemetery:
"Jones Judy Alice, b, April 1-1891,d,Jan.28-1965,wife,Otto"Pete"Jones,daug,Marion & Cinda Walden Roberts"
Added by drlee on Jun 02, 2013 7:42 PM
|C. Reece||Ingram Bradley Grave|
Thank you for your efforts; however, I have now discovered he was buried in the Seneca, Missouri cemetery. Sorry for your efforts. I have deleted the site.
Added by C. Reece on May 29, 2013 6:58 AM
|JAM||David and Lilly Chesser Geboe|
I don't know where she is buried. May I ask who in Davd's family wants info? Would like to e-mail them.
Thank you again,
Added by JAM on May 04, 2013 3:46 AM
|JAM||Ottawa Indian Cemetery|
Thank you for the photo of Francis Geboe's grave.
The baby of David Geboe and Lilly Chesser. Lilly
Chesser was my grandfathers older sister..
Again Thank You,
Added by JAM on May 04, 2013 3:12 AM
|Karen Ayers Weir||RE: Bird Hollis|
that would be great
|Karen Ayers Weir||RE: Bird Hollis|
no I did not know where he was buried, thanks for letting me know
|Sharon Williams||RE: William White-GAR|
Thank you so much. You age a very good dog. Enjoy the bone, you deserve it. Love, Sharon
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