|Jan Wallace (#46509958)|
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|I have been doing genealogy since about 1990. To the best of my knowledge, all information I have added is correct. So far, all the names I have added are members of my family.|
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I wish I could help you on this one, but I do not have the resources. Thank you of think of me.
|Loyd||RE: Sara Melissa Hunt|
I do not recall ever creating this memorial, but the only information I would have had is what is on the stone, S Melissa Hunt, and M. Ester Hunt. I did not hsve their first names.
There are two possibilities, some one sent me the information and I added it later, or after Ancestry purchased they added information via edits someone submitted to them. Since Find A Grave does not date edits. there is no way of telling when or who the the changes wrre made.
My guess is someone who is related to Breckenridge Hunt must have offered these dates since there is no mention an my sources iof cemetery records of him. He was apparently Maud Ester's husband.
Wolf creek cemetery is maintained only by volunteers, and is not an active cemetery last known burial was in 1954. In my almost 3 years of researching genealogy, if I ran across a burial mentioned in a newspaper, I added them. I did research Kay county newspapers for the 1897-1898 time period, and did not find the,. However, that is not to say that they not be there. Papers of that time had rows of type with little or no white space to distinguish separation of stories. They are easily missed.
I no longer do news paper research. Since you have these dates, I believe the Oklahoma Historical Society will search the papers ca that date given dates for $10.00 per name. At least that was what they charged the last time I had them search for one. I would ask for the Newkirk Newspapers first, and if that yields nothing you could ask for Ponca City papers to be researched. On the OHS website they have a way to contact them and verify what the cost would be.
Newspapers or family records would be the only source of this information other than if the family had records of it. Oklahoma did not keep birth and death records at the time.
Added by Loyd on Nov 25, 2016 12:39 PM
|Tim & Gail||Samuel Merck|
I have added the information you provided to Samuels memorial
|Susan Francis Bott and Bruce E Bott||RE: John F. Holder|
He is attached to them and are listed as his parents on his memorial. Is there something I'm missing?
Susan Francis Bott
|Judy Malone/Barbara Wallace/Matthew Malone||Christmas|
Wishing you and your family a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. God Bless You.
|A Harwell-Brown||O W Keeler 37622997|
I found it interesting when I ran across the memorial stone with O W Keeler's name on it. Unless they moved his body later, newspaper reports said that O W Keeler died of pneumonia in 1888 and was buried in Menardville (Menard County, Texas).
|Lisa Bailey||Felix and Lucy Myers|
Hi Jan- I have sent you an email about the Myers in the Electra Cemeteries and also I'm looking for their daughter Velma Gaynell Myers Ballard's memorial. Thank you.
|Donna J. Plamondon||John Dodson|
All information has been added except place of death, please send me source to your information.
|Donna J. Plamondon||Paul Willie Dodson|
All information has been added to his page. Thank you for the information.
|BLPitchford||Thomas Craddock Gober|
Spouse: Thomas Craddock Gober b: 27 NOV 1800 in Granville County, North Carolina
I never found him in the same cemetery! Is he there?
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