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Ambryn La Deau (#47193244)
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Alan Lathrop
Carl Aldrich
You are correct that the William Aldrich buried in Bristol is not his father. His parents were in MA and I will see if I can locate them.
Thanks for catching that mistake and I have taken them off from Carl's burial.
Added by Alan Lathrop on Jun 02, 2015 4:06 PM
Alan Lathrop
Infant Whittier in Lincoln VT
Good morning,
Nice detective work on Infant Whittier. I had Washington in my family file because he was married to a Hallock but missed him when searching for the parents. I do believe that you are correct and am linking him to his parents in Colorado.
Thanks, Alan Lathrop, Bristol VT
Added by Alan Lathrop on Dec 31, 2013 5:43 AM
Linda Stockton
Corilla Thompson
I assume the M. was not a middle initial and that Martineau is her maiden name as her parents were Martineau. I just took out the M for her middle initial.
Added by Linda Stockton on Nov 10, 2013 4:10 PM
Linda Stockton
Made the connections for you.
Added by Linda Stockton on Nov 10, 2013 4:06 PM
Helen Robinson
Joe Walter Lewellen
Joe Walter Lewellen - triplicate memorials

I am sending all the contributors this message.

Helen Robinson
Added by Helen Robinson on Aug 09, 2013 7:39 AM
George H. Lee
Hi - I just sent you the updated information for this grave. I had received a note that one of the other many Fairview Cemeteries in Oklahoma was not the right one, so I am locating him here which is the right one. I found a story mentioning George H. Lee.(he is my great great grandfather's brother)
"The first man buried at Fairview was George Lee. The neighbors dug the grave. In an early day the bodies were
laid out at home by friends, washed and dressed and often buried the same day.
"My mother had her burial clothes ready for 10 years in her trunk."
"The early settlers made the coffins and if things work out I plan to have mine made from a tree that grew on the
first piece of land I owned. I have it cut, sawed and stored away--but I'm in no hurry to use it!"
The road in old Day County is still rough. Oil wells dot the countryside in Roger Mills and Ellis counties.
Windmills are still indispensable. Oil companies are building good new roads but they must follow the old
pioneer trails--up on the ridge.
The bouquet of prairie flowers reminds us that dreams can still come true by following the trail that Dora and
George Gantz traveled. Their success secrets were hard work, honesty, frugality and trust in the Lord.
We'll see you at the Grand Picnic, George!
Added by Barbara on Apr 29, 2013 3:24 PM
Karen Harman
Thank you very much for the transfers. I appreciate it and will add the full obituaries. Thanks.
Added by Karen Harman on Jan 09, 2013 9:21 AM
Elma Ruediger Tew
Katherine Merritt
I have tried several times to change the death date and it keeps going back to the 18th. Will keep trying.
Added by Elma Ruediger Tew on Dec 20, 2012 6:59 PM
Homer Thiel
Arthur Wait
Hello, I made the correction and added the links. If you are a relative and want it transferred, let me know. Homer
Added by Homer Thiel on Nov 19, 2012 6:21 PM
Unknown Kerby
I don't have a camera to take a better photo, but the information is on the McNairy History website,

J. W. Kerby
14 Nov 1836
19 Oct 1875

Hope that helps.


Added by SDM on Oct 31, 2012 2:45 AM
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