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Will (#46861132)
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Jo Crabtree
Maggie T. Crabtree Gray
PS- sorry, this number for Maggie T. Crabtree Gray.
Find A Grave Memorial# 34343156
Added by Jo Crabtree on Oct 07, 2017 2:24 PM
Jo Crabtree
Maggie T. Crabtree Gray
I am the great granddaughter of Margaret Tabitha Golden Gray. Her name is not, nor has it ever been Crabtree. She married my great grandfather Elza Grant Gray. Her mother and father were William Houston Golden and Milissa "Tennie" Tennessee Wilson. After William H. Golden died as a result of Civil War injuries, Milissa married James Haywood Crabtree in 1883, who served in the Civil War with Golden. James Haywood Crabtree was never my grandmother Maggie Gray's father. Milissa and James had three sons together but Maggie was not their child. Can you please correct the name you have changed on the Ball Cemetery, Childers, OK. site? Thank you, it would be very much appreciated.
Her name is again, Margaret "Maggie" Tabitha Golden Gray.


Jo A. Gray McClung Crabtree
Added by Jo Crabtree on Oct 07, 2017 2:21 PM
Doris Aliff
Please take a look at the double headstone on this memorial. I see the memorial that is for 34343094 but not for the other person on the stone. If you placed what name did you use. Thanks.
Ps if not you might to add and if you do will you please let me know.

Thanks, I am trying to add the Worthington family photos that I have.
Added by Doris Aliff on Sep 26, 2017 9:18 PM
Doris Aliff
Shirley Lewis Shipley. You have her mother and her mother as her father. He father is 19956796
Will you please change. thanks
Shirley was married to my cousin. Wolf Shipley
Added by Doris Aliff on Sep 26, 2017 8:40 PM
Syble Cline Glasscock
Memorial# 19856444
John Thomas Perryman is my 1st cousin 3 times removed. I would appreciate you transferring his memorial to me.
Added by Syble Cline Glasscock on Sep 22, 2017 6:57 AM
Amanda J Woodall
age on stone is 21 years alive as late as 1903
Added by OKIEGENIE on Sep 16, 2017 9:51 AM
Robert Gann
Hi, I sent in an edit request to you on Robert Gann, he is my Great Uncle. I am trying to get him tied to the family on this site. Just wondering if you still manage the accounts. Thank you for your help on this change.
Added by Susie on Aug 30, 2017 9:03 AM
RE: Joseph Hyde
Thank you
Added by Sara on Aug 29, 2017 11:31 AM
Linda J Brashear
RE: Joel O'Dell
thank you for the information. I will do as you suggest.
Added by Linda J Brashear on Aug 23, 2017 3:47 PM
Pat Wilson
Elmer Zubar
The Coffeyville Weekly Journal (Coffeyville, Kansas) 10 Nov 1887, Thu Page 3
On Monday afternoon Elmer Zubar, the thirteen-year-old son of Joseph Zubar, living about one mile northeast of Parker, was out on the farm with the gun hunting and returning about five o'clock, was crossing the hedge when the gun, by some accident, was discharged, killing him instantly. The contents of the gun struck him in the right temple passing upward and inward, carrying away part of the skull and brain and making a fearful, as well as instantly fatal wound. His brother, who was about the premises some where, heard the report of the gun and saw his hat as it was carried several feet in the air by the shot and also saw him fall; did not think of anything serious, but as he did not get up, went to see if anything was wrong when he soon found the sorrowful results of that moment.
Added by Pat Wilson on Jul 09, 2017 12:45 AM
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