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Choctaw Journeys (#47251652)
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mary baum
choctaw nation
I am the Bryan and Bryant line, Marvin Washington Bryan married Rosa Harris, grandchild of Chief Greenwood Leflore. The Leflore line also
connected to me on ancestry.com.
My land now MS Choctaw Nation, no paper so they pretend they don't know me.
My aunt married Alton Ray Gardner, I always wonder if he was of the Nation, also.
My ancestor's land was right next to Bryan Oil Field, the Major Ulmer Road is me,
as my Choctaw ancestor's great grandchild, Rosie Bryant married Major Ulmer.
My mother took me to visit at the Nation in 1960 since we lived in Louisiana at the time.
It's a sad world to be ignored, especially since I found out my cousin's husband works with the husband of MS Choctaw Chief Phyllis Anderson, no honor.. Mary Crawford Baum, relative of Genl Edumnd Bryan who fought with Pushmataha;
also, we married the Lincecum's

Added by mary baum on Jul 19, 2017 7:38 AM

Linda Morgan Clark
Samuel Sixkiller's burial place
I am the historian for the First United Methodist Church of Muskogee, OK. This church is the successor to the Methodist Episcopal Church, South that was established in 1878 in Muskogee. That church building burned in 1903 and the property was sold to a couple of individuals - one who later became a Chief of the Muscogee/Creek Nation. There are, of, course no records from that church - only the church that replaced it in another location in 1904. No local historian has ever heard of a cemetery located on either the church or adjoining school property (Harrell Institute). No maps made of those properties show it either.

Can you furnish me with more information about where you got your information about the burial place of Samuel Sixkiller? If this is indeed a part of our church's history I would very much like to know all about it and have that information placed in our church archives.

Thank you, Rev. Linda Morgan Clark

Added by Linda Morgan Clark on May 03, 2017 7:33 PM

Virginia Brown
Pvt Emmett Ervin
Kathy,
Thank you VERY much for Emmett's obit, which has been added to his memorial giving you credit.
Regards,
Virginia

Added by Virginia Brown on Apr 27, 2017 6:11 PM

Pamela Pickren
Thank you
Thankyou Katherine,
We all love and appreciate all the work you have completed here.
Love, Pamela Ann Biard Pickren
Lee Edwin Biard

Added by Pamela Pickren on Mar 20, 2017 8:12 PM

K & V
RE: Everett Derryberry-Orland IOOF
Hi Kathy, I would be happy to transfer the memorial that I created for Jack Derryberry to you. Just request a transfer.

Added by K & V on Mar 11, 2017 10:13 PM

Deborah Horn
Elmer Rogers, Fort Towson Cemetery
The accompanying article doesn't tell the whole story for this family. W.D. Lyons (a young black man) was convicted of this family's murder and spent 25 years in prison before being pardoned. Thurgood Marshall defended him at his 1941 appeals trial in Hugo, OK.

Added by Deborah Horn on Mar 01, 2017 12:48 PM

Sunny
RE: Dewey Spencer #94699636
Yes, Robert Spencer was her 2nd husband. Sorry it took me a while to reply. It looks like the updated information is correct. Her father was William Wylie but I have not been able to verify the spelling of his name or his family... none of our remaining family members can remember. Her daughter was Lois Ann Crabtree, my grandmother.(Lois' 1st husband was Melvin Gallemore & her 2nd husband was Her.bert Jolley) The other 2 daughters are buried under their married names, Alice Brown (Central Cemetery in Rigby, Idaho) and Dorothy Wamsley (I will have to look up the cemetery name for Aunt Dorothy)
Maybe we can link those to her as well.
Thanks again so very much!

Added by Sunny on Jan 31, 2017 7:55 AM

Carolyn Thomas Sorensen
Ethel Verden
Thanks Kathy for for information for Ethel Verden. I have added it to her memorial. PS: I love & so agree with your comments on your profile pages!

Added by Carolyn Thomas Sorensen on Sep 16, 2016 7:19 PM

dgresh
Dennis Dickerson Gallingly # 91897803
Could you provide a source for the requested change to his date of death? I am inclined to think that he died on the 9th and was buried on the 12th.

Added by dgresh on May 09, 2016 7:38 AM

Janie Cagle
Perninah Leech
Thanks for providing their marriage date. I am always glad to add information to the memorials.
Janie

Added by Janie Cagle on May 04, 2016 3:17 PM

Virginia Brown
Anna "Annie" Guy Addington
Hi Kathy,
First of all, I enjoyed reading your bio, which has a lot of meaning for me!

Thank you VERY much for Annie's obituary, which I have posted giving you credit.

Best regards,
Virginia

Added by Virginia Brown on May 01, 2016 8:55 PM

Choctaw County Genealogical Society
Harry Wright 157064458
Obit added. Thank You!

S.G.

Added by Choctaw County Genealogic... on Apr 20, 2016 1:40 PM

Albert Upton
David Robertson Obituary.
Hello Kathy:

Thank you so very much for that important obituary, it is a line that I have been trying to work on. I live in Jonesboro, AR. area and we make trip to Porum, OK. every month but do not find time for library in Stigler very often.
My wife's late husband was connected to this Robertson family through a previous wife.

Thanks again for your help.

Albert

Added by Albert Upton on Mar 21, 2016 9:10 AM

Walter Dunn
Frank E. Williams 20137091
I could have made a mistake on the death date, since my photo left out the last 2 numbers of his year.

Walter Dunn

Added by Walter Dunn on Dec 30, 2015 5:32 AM

Walter Dunn
Frank E. Williams 20137091
This obit you sent me for the Frank Williams 20137091 died in 1948, and this obit was dated in Nov 20, 1969.

OBITUARY
Services for Frank E. Williams, 78, of 416 Fannin, who was pronounced dead Wednesday afternoon after he collapsed while walking near his home, will be announced by Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Directors.

Mr. Williams, a retired carpenter, was born in Arkansas and had lived in Amarillo since 1945. He was a member of Victory Baptist Church.

Survivors include a stepdaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Morton of 3711 E. 12th and two grandchildren, Ron. F. Williams of Lubbock and Miss Elaine Williams of 416 Fannin.
--Amarillo Daily News, Thursday, Nov 20, 1969, p 12


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Added by Walter Dunn on Dec 30, 2015 5:28 AM

Dancing Thimble
RE: Phillip Goats
Thanks for such a quick reply! I do have an ancestry account, but have not built my tree completely out in that line. Most of the information I have is a combination of ancestry hint and info from family search. I would love to see screen shots of anything you have found. I was only aware of three marriages (one of which I think is questionable). My email is michhowell at gmail dot com.

Added by Dancing Thimble on Dec 16, 2015 10:50 AM

Dancing Thimble
Sarah "Angie" Grisham
Additional information for my previous message: This is in regards to memorial # 8753505

Added by Dancing Thimble on Dec 15, 2015 10:55 PM

Dancing Thimble
Angieline Sarah Grisham's father?
I am trying to establish the correct father for Sarah "Angie" Goates Grisham.
The Find-a-Grave website lists her father as Philip Goats, but the attached image of her death certificate lists her father as Jack Goats. Do you have any further information on this?

Added by Dancing Thimble on Dec 15, 2015 10:51 PM

OKgumshoe
Martha "Patsy" Leach
Just saw your page for William Leach... that adds a generation to that leg of my genealogy! Martha Leach was my 4th-great grandmother!

Would love to correspond and share notes sometime.

Added by OKgumshoe on Oct 27, 2015 3:50 PM

Marion Carpenter
Thank you for Memorial# 65847720
Find A Grave Memorial# 65847720 is for Floyd Kelcey Irwin (1908-1976), my grandfather. My mother's name is Maye Elouise (Irwin) Carpenter (1942- ) and is still living. She has two other living siblings, Theodora "Teddi" Irwin and Samuel "Sam" Irwin. Kristina (Irwin) Adams was their sister. Bertha Lee (Atkinson) Irwin was their mother.

I am Marion Franklin Carpenter, Jr. (1976- ) and I have a sister, Elizabeth Anne (Rice) Valastro (1962- ). My father, Marion Frankling Carpenter, Sr. (1941- ) is still living also. I've just begun looking into my family history and your pages have been very helpful.

Thank you, so much for keeping these records safe for those of us who are just starting out. I hope I've helped you also.

Added by Marion Carpenter on Oct 13, 2015 12:04 AM

Emily Jones
Lucien Bogan SR
I found an article of your grandfather and posted it to his memorial, it has some interesting information about him, he seemed like a fantastic man!

Added by Emily Jones on Jun 17, 2015 7:20 PM

Judy Young
RE: William Reeves
You welcome. I hate it when there is not a monument either. But sometimes family could not afford one. I know that to be a fact. They could barely scrape the money up to bury them. But at least with a print out of the lot and the other stones I was able to pin point the exact locale for you.

Added by Judy Young on Mar 29, 2015 7:48 PM

MLenard
Adelida Mendoza
THANK YOU! I've been to Ft Towson and Hugo looking for this info before. Didn't even think of looking to Paris, TX.
You've been a great help to me.

Added by MLenard on Mar 29, 2015 2:08 PM

MLenard
Arcadio Mendoza
Thank you for the information for Arcadio Mendoza. Do you have any information on his wife Adelida Floriss Mendoza? She passed five years later.

Added by MLenard on Mar 28, 2015 5:25 PM

PatOB
Mary Cottrill-Miller
Thanks for her obit. Please review to make sure it is correct. I liked the way you have added information to other memorials. Are you related to this family?

Added by PatOB on Mar 27, 2015 10:05 PM

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