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KiowaGal (#47118566)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family history for many years and am fascinated with cemeteries. I love the old headstones. They were so unique.

I started adding information to F.A.G. from obituaries my aunt had kept on people she knew. It progressed into trying to complete as many cemeteries in the area as I could.

If I have created a memorial for one of your family members; please let me know and I will transfer it to you. Although F.A.G. has set rules about transferring memorials, I don't adhere to those, usually. If one of my memorials is a part of your family tree, in the direct family blood line, I will transfer it. Family belongs with family.

Also, I don't mind my headstone pictures being used; but, I would appreciate being asked first and to be given credit for taking the picture. It is only common courtesy. I spend a lot of time and gas in documenting the rural cemeteries in this area and don't appreciate those who think I am petty because I expect to be given credit for the work I do.

Also, with the new "Edit" function, I can't guarantee the accuracy of some of the information on my memorials anymore. It has it's good and bad points.
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RE: Lee Family
I've looked. He was born after 1940 and the censu only goes to 1940, so he's not on any census.
Added by BONNIE NIXON on Oct 15, 2017 5:37 PM
Lee Family
Hi - My daughter's bio father was born in Lone Wolf OK. He died in 2006 in California. However, I would like to know if any of his relatives are buried in the Kiowa cemeteries. His name was Jimmy Clyde Lee born 6/5/1944. I would like to find out the names of his parents. We did her DNA and it is coming back with all these relatives on her bio dad's side. Thank you for any help you can give me As I said I think he is buried in CA.
Bonnie Nixon
Added by BONNIE NIXON on Oct 14, 2017 2:33 PM
Marie Porritt
Thank you
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. You left an obituary for Aaron Zacharais on his Find a Grave page. It has helped me confirm some family connections. I will make sure I list you everywhere as contributor on all of the ancestors I connect through him! Thank you for the work you do it is important to many people.
Added by Marie Porritt on Oct 04, 2017 1:15 PM
Brother James
RE: Mrs. Jack Doyeto
Thank you I will keep that in mind for the future.
Added by Brother James on Sep 23, 2017 1:38 AM
Brother James
RE: Mrs. Jack Doyeto
If you are asking where the others are buried,I would say that about 90% are buried in in the same graveyard. The last time I had connection with that side of the family was July of 2005 during the Gourd Dance doings in Carnegie. Unfortunately Both Victoria and her Father have passed away and are there at Elk Creek as well. would like help you with what I know...which isn't much.

I am currently a student at Arizona State so I really don't have time right now. Plus I know More about Jack than I do Great-Great grandmother White Tipi. Perhaps in a couple of years that will be an option if no one else steps forward before that.


Added by Brother James on Sep 22, 2017 11:20 PM
Brother James
Re. Mrs. Jack Doyeto
The place of birth was correct. She was my Great Grandmothers stepmother. My grandfather said that she was about 10 years younger than Jack. Her sons are my great grandmothers younger brothers.

Thanks for putting this page up,

Added by Brother James on Sep 21, 2017 9:50 PM
Catherine Carter
RE: Morris Family
Sometimes computers are our worst enemy... LOL. I really appreciate your assistance. Cathy
Added by Catherine Carter on Sep 11, 2017 6:34 AM
Catherine Carter
RE: Morris Family
That would be so great ....

email is

Thank you
Added by Catherine Carter on Sep 10, 2017 7:36 PM
Catherine Carter
Morris Family
Hi....i am researching my Morris family and have come upon a large brick wall. My earliest ancestor that I can find is Richard Charles Morris (Find A Grave Memorial# 26738999). Records say he was from South Carolina. i have traced all his descendants, but can't locate his parents or siblings. One of my uncles did a YDNA test and we have matched so John Wesley Morris (1866-1944) (Find A Grave Memorial# 21842813) who I believe is related to you. Wondering if you had any information on the children of his grandparents Achilles and Leah (Jarrett) Morris. Thank you Cathy
Added by Catherine Carter on Sep 10, 2017 6:50 PM
Mildred Collins
May I use your headstone photos in my family tree? I always give credit to the person who made the photo. I believe that is only right. I appreciate all the hard work and effort that you and other people put forth to record these graves.
Added by Mildred Collins on Sep 09, 2017 8:59 AM
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