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Phyllis (#46949024)
 member for 9 years, 6 months, 27 days
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Denise Long
Billie's daughter
I am so glad I happened upon this. Trying to do this from my cell but cousin Phyllis if you're able to get this message send me an e-mail. I was talking about my memories of Afton just a week or so ago.
Denise Long

Added by Denise Long on May 26, 2017 1:40 PM

purple-lady
RE: Tokens
Wishing youse the best in Stanford for Don's treatments. Maybe U won't be gone very long this time around.

As always Phyllis, my pleasure to flower UR loved ones, even though I'm also not online as much as I would like to be.

Best regards with smiles & blessings and 'Happy Mother's' day to you also.
Ruth

Added by purple-lady on May 14, 2017 12:29 PM

Pixie Owens❤Huntley
RE: Information please
Phyllis, I wish I could help but I have no idea who to contact for information change...I haven't tried contacting anyone for year but hopefully someone will read your post on my page and can help you.

Phyllis, y'all are always in our prayers...keeping you both close to our hearts during the up coming treatments. I haven't been on here much, so busy trying to get all our steers worked and shipped to summer grass in the Flint Hills.

Please stay in touch, sweet friend.

Love & Hugs
Pixie

Added by Pixie Owens❤Hunt... on May 07, 2017 7:34 PM

Lisa Dorsey Shepherd
More links
Haven't gone through all of them, but thought you might enjoy them so am sending them as well.

http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/delaware/delawarecountytowns.htm#Bernice

http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/delaware/

https://www.accessgenealogy.com/oklahoma-genealogy

http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/delaware/delawarecountytowns.htm#Grove

http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/oklahoma/

Added by Lisa Dorsey Shepherd on May 03, 2017 12:49 AM

Lisa Dorsey Shepherd
Old articles with familiar names
Dear Phyllis,
Its been awhile! Hope this finds you and yours healthy and happy.

I found an article recently and thought you might enjoy having the info. Its an old article, and mentions things like "The village of Bernice" and "Grand River". The oldest date I find in it is from 1922, tho I am sure it was written well after that. However, it does mention a few different Bunches and Ballards. I remember Zoe, she is mentioned and her husband. (I knew her, Grandmother helped her with housekeeping due to her blindness when I was very young, I would often go with her.) Gove Bunch, whom I also remember, and a few others. I would not be surprised if you didn't know a few more of the folks listed. They are all from Delaware county.
https://www.accessgenealogy.com/locations/delaware-county-ok/page/2
Percy Wyley as well as W. H. Ballard are both listed on page 2 (I believe Zoe is listed in both?)It confuses me somewhat but seems to be the same person, maybe you will understand.
Please let me know if you do!

Have a wonderful day, and God bless.


Added by Lisa Dorsey Shepherd on May 02, 2017 9:58 PM

drlee
RE: Martha Berry
Hi Phyllis,

Thanks for thinking of me. If it is the 1910 Census, I already have it. I hope you are doing well. I will be traveling out to Kansas and Oklahoma next month.

Your Cousin

Added by drlee on Apr 25, 2017 5:26 PM

Mark Vernon
RE: Atchley family history
Hi Phyllis, Sorry for the delayed response! I wish there was as much information about Martin as seems to exist for his brother Thomas. My ancestor is supposed to have taken his name from his mother, Marty Martin, wife of Joshua Atchley. There is a legend I encountered that said she was the daughter of a "Franco Martino", an Italian! But this came with a warning that there was no evidence at all for that. In a marriage document for Martin O. Atchley, his name is spelled Martino Atchley, which may be a mistake, or perhaps his first name was Martino and it changed over time. These are intriguing questions. I will have to look again at the Bible pages of my ancestor, Moses Wyatt, which has some Atchley dates. Have you seen this? I have been away from studying this branch of my family, so this will help get me back into it! I had never heard that Mary Martin had been on the Mayflower, interesting!

Added by Mark Vernon on Apr 24, 2017 2:29 PM

Brandon O'Rear
RE: Jewel Flint
You're welcome And Thank You for adding the obit. The memorials are so much nicer if you have something on the Bio. Have a nice night

Added by Brandon O'Rear on Apr 19, 2017 9:05 PM

Amy Cornog Hall
RE: Rose Hill Cem. Willard
RE: Rhoda M. (Long) Neff
Rose Hill Cemetery, Willard, Greene, MO
Hi Phyllis,
Sorry it has taken me so long to respond. I lost my mother 3 weeks ago and have been trying to deal with that loss and everything that accompanies it.
I am President of the Rose Hill Cemetery Board. I checked our records and Rhoda's birth date is recorded as 1865. I went to the cemetery to check the stone and it is somewhat worn and almost difficult to read but I believed it read 1868. As I love a good mystery and being able to try to solve it, I began my research. I have come across the 1870 US Census, page 37, in Cass Township, MO, under her father's name, George Long. Rhoda is listed as being 2 years of age, which would make her birth year 1868. I have updated my records in the cemetery book to reflect the stone info and the census records. I was unable to locate a death certificate for her but those can be difficult to find prior to 1910.

I also got to checking the dates for her infant son, Orvil. They were listed on Find-A-Grave as b. 3/25/1878 d. 7/26/1878, which would have made Rhoda 10 years old at the time of his birth. The correct dates are: b. 3/25/1887 d. 7/26/1888.

I have sent edits on both memorial pages to correct the information. If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.
~Amy Cornog Hall

Added by Amy Cornog Hall on Apr 12, 2017 10:50 PM

Pixie Owens❤Huntley
RE: Long family
Dearest Don and Phyllis,

Please know how very sorry we are to hear this news as we were praying all was going well in your little corner of the world! The good news is the cells can be treated and we will continue to keep you both close to our heart and in our prayers.

You are very welcome....It's always an honor to visit your beautiful family memorial's, Phyllis!

Much Love and Hugs
Pixie & Doug
xoxoxo

Added by Pixie Owens❤Hunt... on Apr 04, 2017 7:05 PM

Ron Combs
RE: Combs
Deb Lowe told us he's in the Combs-Goode-Green cemetery (her understanding of a previous time to the site). That I know of, it is not listed in Washington County as of yet.

Added by Ron Combs on Apr 04, 2017 10:24 AM

Ron Combs
RE: Combs
Thanks. i didn't start a new one, just left yours in place. If need be, I can do so. Here's the skinny. My sister (Sandi Rambo) and I read the same info about Richard Russell farm. He at one time owned over 760 acres at that area. The actual location of the grave is off 2020 Long Run Road. My sister, our cousin Vonda, and I have been to the site. It is not easy to reach. The farm presently is owned by Don and Mary Kessler. We met her, and she was very accomodating. The picture posted was when we first got there. It has since been cleaned up by the gentleman who used to maintain it. He has kin in there that ties back to the Combs family.

Added by Ron Combs on Apr 02, 2017 10:18 AM

Ron Combs
Archdale Combs
You list him as non-cemetery burial. Do you have any info on where he was buried?

Added by Ron Combs on Mar 30, 2017 11:27 AM

garden4rd
RE: Tombstone picture
If I can track down a groundskeeper the next time I am out there I will see if they can locate the headstone for me. The office said they could not tell if there ever was a headstone placed. I recognize that area and think I may have looked for her on a previous request, but not sure. Also, there were some other Smith's in that area so if you have other family members that might have been buried there let me know.

Added by garden4rd on Mar 10, 2017 7:32 PM

Judy Mayfield
RE: Long family
Hello Phyllis,
Here is a list of cemeteries in the Arkansas City area: Parker, Riverview, Memorial Lawn, Springside and Hope cemetery.

I did a search on my Newspaper.com subscription and did not find any death notices for Julia or her two small children.

Good Luck on your search

Judy

Added by Judy Mayfield on Jan 25, 2017 8:42 AM

Donnie Stanford
RE: Andrew 'Andy' Chambers
I don't know. I found his picture on Ancestry.com and copy it.

Donnie

Added by Donnie Stanford on Jan 20, 2017 6:01 PM

Judy McMichael
RE: Long family
Will be sending message via your email address.
Judy

Added by Judy McMichael on Jan 17, 2017 7:05 PM

Judy McMichael
RE: Long family
James Long was born c1795 in Tennessee possibly Greene county. He married Sarah "Sallie" Weston 27 Apr 1825 in Greene county, TN. Sarah born c1806 in Greene county. James was son of Henry Long (1765)and Lucy Mansfield (1769). Sarah was daughter of Simon Weston (1777-1843) Elizabeth Humphreys (1780-1848). James died c1880 and is buried in Murphy Cemetery in Missouri. Sarah died 30 Jan 1897 and is buried in Barry co, Missouri. Their first child was born in Tennessee, the other 4 in Indiana. By 1844 daughter Highley married Frederick Summa in Gentry co. MO and the rest of the family moved there also. Highley Long Summa (1826-1892) died in Gentry co, MO. Marilda Long Pratt (1831-?) married Goolman Pratt (1824-); Martha Long (1835-?) married William Glenn (1836-?) living in Barry co, MO; Ira Long (1842-1913) married Julia Adams (1863-1893) & Martha Jarman (1852-1931) was a Texas Ranger living in Decatur, Wise, TX; Emaline Long (1843-1935) married Maj Anderson Glenn (1831-1921). Does any of this information help? egmjam2@gmail.com

Added by Judy McMichael on Jan 16, 2017 8:08 PM

new_shore11
RE: Julia or Julie Ann Hughey
ApparentlyJulia Ann Hughey was married to Larkin Stowe Gullick. This was Larkin Stowe Gullick's third wife.
Larkin Stowe Gullick and Julia Ann Hughey had one son, Larkin Hughey "Hugh" Gullick (Find A Grave Memorial# 54649156), and Hugh married Effie Long. Effie Long was the daughter of Hiram David Long and Minnie 'Womack' Long. Apparently, the creator of the Larkin Hughey Gullick's memorial did not have the maiden name for his mother, Julia Ann Hughey. I was just updating her maiden name and parents (on his memorial). Sorry for the confusion. Perhaps I should have contacted the creator of the memorial.

Peggy

Added by new_shore11 on Jan 10, 2017 8:12 PM

new_shore11
Julia or Julie Ann Hughey
Hello,

I do not have a Find a Grave memorial number for Julia Ann Hughey, but I have listed her parents memorial numbers below. Both memorials mention Julia. Julie married for a second time to a Tom Davis. I believe he died in Arkansas.

Alfred (Dick) Wilson Hughey: Find A Grave Memorial# 7880879
Susan Jane Call: Find A Grave Memorial# 7881058

Thank you,

Peggy

Added by new_shore11 on Jan 10, 2017 4:31 PM

new_shore11
Update to Julie Ann Hughey, wife of Larkin Hugey Gullick
Julie Ann Hughey
BIRTH 21 SEPT 1858 Crooked Creek, Boone, AR
DEATH 8 JULY 1936 Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma

Father: Alfred (dick) Wilson Hughey
BIRTH 3 AUGUST 1834 Lincoln County, Tennessee
DEATH 01 FEB 1917 Boone County, Arkansas

Mother: Susan Jane Call
BIRTH AFTER 1836 USA
DEATH 21 OCTOBER 1921 Arkansas, USA

Added by new_shore11 on Jan 09, 2017 7:00 PM

A.J. Marik
Re:
Hello, Phyllis,

Merge requests need to be sent to edit@findagrave.com

Thank you,

AJ
Curator
Find a Grave

Added by A.J. Marik on Dec 28, 2016 8:31 PM

74061
RE: Long family
You will have to give me more information for me to know which LONG family you are talking about.
Do you have my home e mail?
Anna Mae

Added by 74061 on Dec 28, 2016 8:04 PM

Mary Long
RE: Long family origin and Cherokee questions
Phyllis, I would love to be added to the Facebook group. Wha is the name so I can search for it? I would be very interested in seeing your records.

We live in Norman. Russell Long spent part of his childhood on the family farm close to OU's campus, so when they retired they settled back in Norman and my husband ended up at the family's favorite university even though he grew up out of state. I'm a lifelong resident of Norman.

Added by Mary Long on Dec 28, 2016 12:37 AM

Mary Long
Long family origin and Cherokee questions
Hello! Thank you for your amazing research! I have learned so much about my husband's family and am proud to be a Long!

My husband is the grandson of Russell Long and great grandson of George E. Long and we live in Oklahoma. Russell is still alive and tells the story that the family came from Germany before the American Revolution and the name used to be spelled "Lange". Is there any truth to this?

Also, I see from your profile that your grandfather was on the Dawes Roll. Are you a member of the Cherokee nation? What were your grandfather and great grandfather's names?

Added by Mary Long on Dec 23, 2016 8:54 PM

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