|Donnie Adams (#46780287)|
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I live in Shawnee Kansas.|
I started doing research on family members and found websites with incorrect information.
Hopefully somehow i can set the record straight on some things by helping document what i find.
Thank you to whomever started this site!
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|Loretta (Willis) Rainey-Fones||Emery Everett King|
Hello Donnie, in reply to your question concerning Emery King. My now deceased sister made the memorial. Her widow is Larry Everett Stephenson. I've made a change or two to Sis' info in the bio for Emery, hoping to make it more clear, the connection of the King and Stephenson names. Emery's mother's maiden name was Stephenson. "Each Day Counts", Loretta
|Scott W. Trent Jr.||Catherine Gresham ??|
Could this lady be Catherine M. Goodwin of Talladege, AL md. to a Wm. "Bill" Gresham of AL...? Thanks, Scott Trent - VA
|Joy Hess||John L Hester|
I see you are related to John L Hester so am I. He is a 2nd cousin twice removed. Do you know who Cecil's Mother was? thanks
Added by Joy Hess on Apr 16, 2015 9:02 PM
|Deborah Moon-Taylor||Powhatton Simmons|
I am showing that Powhatton Choate was his uncle. It's my understanding that Powhatton Simmons was the son of Powhatton Choate's sister Cathey Choate who married John Edward Simmons. They were both dead by the time Powhatton Simmons was 10 or 11 so he was raised by his uncle Powhatton Choate. Please let me know if you know otherwise. Thanks, Deborah
|Wes T.||Bell Cemetery, West Siloam Spgs OK|
In case you were wondering, the source for those edits I sent you earlier (there could be more) is: the book "Our People And Where They Rest: subtitled A Visit to 104 Old Cemeteries in Eastern Oklahoma," James W. Tyner, Maxine Tyner and Alice Tyner Timmons, American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. 1970-1985, Vol I- XII (Library of Congress No. QE99-C5-T97) Many Northeast Oklahoma libraries may have this resource.
You had several relatives there, I think.
Added by Wes T. on Jan 20, 2014 9:41 AM