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marion miller (#47626182)
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Otho Miller
I have an obit for Otho if you would like it.
Added by Jim on Feb 28, 2014 11:08 AM
Otho Miller

Did yu get the obit I sent you on Otho Miller?
Added by Jim on Sep 12, 2013 4:04 PM
Lois Buck
Mariah Jane Buck Miller Willis
Hello Marion,
Do you know who Mariah's father was?
I found her mother, Pemia Buck, and brother,
William F Buck, along with Mariah in the 1850 Tennessee Census, in Fayette County, but the husband/father was not listed (died?).
Any help will be appreciated.
Lois Buck
Added by Lois Buck on Mar 17, 2013 11:20 PM
RE: miller
You asked for the memorial of your dad to be transfered...Who is your Dad? What is your number so I can transfer?
Added by Jim on Nov 10, 2012 6:56 AM
Johnnie Bourne
RE: zena defoor
Transfer done. Will be happy to transfer more of your family.
Added by Johnnie Bourne on Nov 09, 2012 4:07 AM
Ron Lairamore
RE: Lawton
Yes, got the e-mail, but haven't taken the time to answer. Sorry.

Ron L.
Added by Ron Lairamore on Dec 31, 2011 5:55 PM
Ron Lairamore
I was in Field Artillery in the Army. Spent 9 years at Fort Sill. Loved to fish at Lake Ellsworth. My favorite place in the world to fish.
Added by Ron Lairamore on Dec 28, 2011 9:26 PM
Ron Lairamore
The last DeFoors you mentioned, are related to me. The Larimores from near Howe OK (A little south of Poteau) married several of the DeFoors. That was one of he lines I spoke of before. Lewis Larimore married a DeFoor, and several of his children married DeFoors. The Defoors and Larimores were very dedicated to the Confederacy, and they fought on the side of the confederacy. Several of his brothers fought for the north. One of his brothers fought for both sides. The ones from around Fort Smith Ark got conscripted by the North (because the Army rode out and forced men folk to fight for their side). Same for the Rebels, they also rode around the country side and forced men to fight for the south. Lot of stories from the war around Greenwood & Fort Smith. I had a gggrandfather that was killed by bushwhackers (Southern)while he was home on leave. He was killed by neighbors that he and his family knew well. They shot him while he was mending fence, and he made it back home and they stabbed him with a knife in front of his wife & kids. Bunch of stories like that in my family. Anyway, if you want to correspone by e-mail that would be fine. My e-mail is


Ron L.
Added by Ron Lairamore on Dec 28, 2011 9:23 PM
Ron Lairamore
RE: miriah buck miller willis
I'm sure we connect somewhere down the line. I am kin to the Defoors from Scott County Arkansas. The are intermaried while a couple of my family names. There was a Miller and Larimore (spelled it differently than my side - Lairamore), the Larimores moved from near Fort Smith, Ark to Scott County during Civil War. My Lairamores stayed near Fort Smith. Another brother changed the spelling to Lairmore, and he ended up do law business in Tulsa and he is buried near Checotah(Sp). My family names from Scott & Sebastian County are Bull, DeFoor, Neal & Lairamore, Berry, Cook, Jetton, Bonner, Kaylor, many more. Several migrated to around Stigler in Haskell County. Where do you live now? I won't be back that way until next summer, but I could look for the Miller & DeFoor markers there. Let me know.

Added by Ron Lairamore on Dec 27, 2011 8:36 PM
Ron Lairamore
RE: miriah buck miller willis
I have some of my Millers that moved over to Bokoshe, and I was raised in Pocola, OK, about 6 miles from New Hope Cemetery. Spiro was one of our biggest rivals in Baseball & Basketball. We didn't have football when I was there. Graduated in 1965. Still have brothers & sister that lives in Pocola, I retired from Army in Hinesville, Ga. Taught JROTC for abt 14 years and retired about 4 years ago. Every summer we go by the New Hope Cemetery to get peaches from the family business down the road. Been going there about 15 years now. Good luck in your family search, and it you see any memorial(s) I maintain, I would be glad to transfer to you. Did you want me to transfer Miriah Buck?
Added by Ron Lairamore on Dec 27, 2011 7:22 PM
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