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HEALTH. I DO APPRECIATE YOUR
LOVELY TOKENS YOU LEAVE FOR MY FAMILY.
PLEASE KEEP OUR FAMILY IN YOUR THOUGHTS
AND PRAYERS. MAY GOD BLESS
EACH OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
I want to thank each of you for your thoughts
and prayers. Your kindness means a great deal
to me and my family.
I'm retired, doing genealogy work & enjoy helping on the findagrave.com website. I'm a proud Okie., born & raised in Oklahoma. I am of Cherokee decent, as my Great Grandfather and Grandfather signed the Dawes Rolls. I have been doing my 'Long' family tree for years and have found so many cousins online.
It has certainly been interesting and most enjoyable meeting and hearing from new distant family members. I have learned so much about
my ancestors and their lives down through the generations, I hope to perserve their memories for future generations to come. This is why I like working on the findagrave site, hoping to help others looking for their loved ones. I have found others to be very helpful and kind to share information.
My husband and I are enjoying our church, family & early retirement.
Aren't the Grands Fun?!!!
We have two beautiful granddaughters.
If I have made any mistakes, or
you would like to have your family
info added to their page, please contact
me and I'll be happy to add it for you.
I want to also say thank you for taking the time to visit my loved ones memorial pages and leaving a note for them. God Bless You
A Special'Thank You'to 'God's Special Angel'
that sponsored my sweet parents memorial pages.
Linda's kindness will always be remembered,she is
truly God's Special Angel.
A Special 'Thank You' to Missing*U*Always~
Loving*U*Forever for sponosoring my baby brother's memorial page. God Bless You Colleen.
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|Judy Mayfield||RE: Long family|
Here is a list of cemeteries in the Arkansas City area: Parker, Riverview, Memorial Lawn, Springside and Hope cemetery.
I did a search on my Newspaper.com subscription and did not find any death notices for Julia or her two small children.
Good Luck on your search
|Donnie Stanford||RE: Andrew 'Andy' Chambers|
I don't know. I found his picture on Ancestry.com and copy it.
|Judy McMichael||RE: Long family|
Will be sending message via your email address.
|Judy McMichael||RE: Long family|
James Long was born c1795 in Tennessee possibly Greene county. He married Sarah "Sallie" Weston 27 Apr 1825 in Greene county, TN. Sarah born c1806 in Greene county. James was son of Henry Long (1765)and Lucy Mansfield (1769). Sarah was daughter of Simon Weston (1777-1843) Elizabeth Humphreys (1780-1848). James died c1880 and is buried in Murphy Cemetery in Missouri. Sarah died 30 Jan 1897 and is buried in Barry co, Missouri. Their first child was born in Tennessee, the other 4 in Indiana. By 1844 daughter Highley married Frederick Summa in Gentry co. MO and the rest of the family moved there also. Highley Long Summa (1826-1892) died in Gentry co, MO. Marilda Long Pratt (1831-?) married Goolman Pratt (1824-); Martha Long (1835-?) married William Glenn (1836-?) living in Barry co, MO; Ira Long (1842-1913) married Julia Adams (1863-1893) & Martha Jarman (1852-1931) was a Texas Ranger living in Decatur, Wise, TX; Emaline Long (1843-1935) married Maj Anderson Glenn (1831-1921). Does any of this information help? email@example.com
|new_shore11||RE: Julia or Julie Ann Hughey|
ApparentlyJulia Ann Hughey was married to Larkin Stowe Gullick. This was Larkin Stowe Gullick's third wife.
Larkin Stowe Gullick and Julia Ann Hughey had one son, Larkin Hughey "Hugh" Gullick (Find A Grave Memorial# 54649156), and Hugh married Effie Long. Effie Long was the daughter of Hiram David Long and Minnie 'Womack' Long. Apparently, the creator of the Larkin Hughey Gullick's memorial did not have the maiden name for his mother, Julia Ann Hughey. I was just updating her maiden name and parents (on his memorial). Sorry for the confusion. Perhaps I should have contacted the creator of the memorial.
|new_shore11||Julia or Julie Ann Hughey|
I do not have a Find a Grave memorial number for Julia Ann Hughey, but I have listed her parents memorial numbers below. Both memorials mention Julia. Julie married for a second time to a Tom Davis. I believe he died in Arkansas.
Alfred (Dick) Wilson Hughey: Find A Grave Memorial# 7880879
Susan Jane Call: Find A Grave Memorial# 7881058
|new_shore11||Update to Julie Ann Hughey, wife of Larkin Hugey Gullick|
Julie Ann Hughey
BIRTH 21 SEPT 1858 • Crooked Creek, Boone, AR
DEATH 8 JULY 1936 • Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
Father: Alfred (dick) Wilson Hughey
BIRTH 3 AUGUST 1834 • Lincoln County, Tennessee
DEATH 01 FEB 1917 • Boone County, Arkansas
Mother: Susan Jane Call
BIRTH AFTER 1836 • USA
DEATH 21 OCTOBER 1921 • Arkansas, USA
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|74061||RE: Long family|
You will have to give me more information for me to know which LONG family you are talking about.
Do you have my home e mail?
Added by 74061 on Dec 28, 2016 8:04 PM
|Mary Long||RE: Long family origin and Cherokee questions|
Phyllis, I would love to be added to the Facebook group. Wha is the name so I can search for it? I would be very interested in seeing your records.
We live in Norman. Russell Long spent part of his childhood on the family farm close to OU's campus, so when they retired they settled back in Norman and my husband ended up at the family's favorite university even though he grew up out of state. I'm a lifelong resident of Norman.
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