|Nicki Keele (#47220368)|
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I am a retired elementary physical education teacher. I taught physical education for 26 years. I have done genealogy off and on since 1981. I am the archivist/necrologist for OAHPERD (Oklahoma Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance organization. Also, am chair of SDAAHPERD archives and necrology committees. I spend part of my time in Crescent, OK which is my hometown and the other part in Tulsa, OK|
The family names I follow are Keele, Gardner, McCanless, Poarch.
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|John Hoffman||Tandy Dutton Family - Crescent Cemetery|
Greetings: Tandy Dutton appears in Parker County, Texas in the 1900 Census. His wife is Annie, his daughter is Ardie, and his Step-Daughter is Nannie Hoffman. Do you or any of your contacts possibly have any information about Nannie? Who her father was? I assume Annie Dill Dutton was her mother based on what the Census shows. What became of her after 1900, etc. The reason I inquire is that I'm missing a paternal aunt by the name pf Nannie Hoffman. If this should happen to be my aunt, then she is a step not only to Tandy, but also to Annie. Nannie would have come from Arkansas City, Kansas if she is from my family line. Please advise.
|John Russell Pierson||Ellsworth Brumit|
Hey Nicki! Thanks for the pic from the Crescent cemetery.
thank you for the photo of the marker for Connie.
|Mary Beth Haley||photo request|
Thanks for taking the photos in the Crescent Cemetery. My grandparents were William Asa Kendrick and Mary Ethel (Mamie)Rahe Kendrick. They are both buried in Crescent Cemetery along with many other Kendricks and Rahes.
|Brenda Waters||Mary Ann Gibbs Wesley|
Thanks so much for the uick response. I now have a picture of John and wife, Mary Ann Wesley's stone and I did not think they even had one. This is so wonderful. I really do appreciate you taking the time to do this for me.
Now, others will also be able to see wjat the stone looks like.
This will mean a lot to the family.
|A M Serr||Thank you!|
I appreciate your help with obtaining a photo of the Serr's headstone in the Crescent cemetery! Your help is greatly appreciated!
Added by A M Serr on Jul 02, 2013 9:34 AM
|Cindy Allen Bertino||Nathan & Belle Hasbrook|
Thank you so much for the great photographs you took of the Hasbrook gravemarkers.
Can I use your photo's on my Ancestry.com page for both of them? Many thanks again, and let me know if you ever need anything in the Peoria Illinois area.
Thank you so much for getting this photo, it is much appreciated!
Added by montbm01 on Feb 17, 2013 10:36 AM
You are so fantastic! Thank you for all your time and effort.
Added by Lvntexas on Feb 16, 2013 7:52 PM
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