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Mae Davenport Cox (#47494256)
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Bio Photo My families include the families of Cox, Upchurch, Davenport, Skinner, Millsaps, Perrine, Warren, Newton and many collateral families. The pictures and records I've placed on memorial pages are just a few of the photos I have. You can view others on my website (address below). I have a lot more information on family members -- just email me.

My interest in the background of the Upchurches led to southern Cleveland County, Oklahoma where they were early-day settlers. After writing a couple books about communities in the area, I became fascinated with learning more about other early-day families who settled this region back before Oklahoma was a state -- Oklahoma Territory back then.

I've identified over 400 southern Cleveland County, O.T. pioneer families through old tax records, land patents, censuses, burial records, and old newspaper articles. I've found and posted obituaries and some photos for many of these folks on their memorials.

If you're related to any of the folks where I've posted, please contact me and let's get acquainted.
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# 57564706- Roland Black
You put a photocopy of an obit in the memorial for Roland. Do you know the date of the paper it was in?
Added by Jim on Sep 20, 2016 3:53 PM
# 13970213- Mary Ferreter
You put a photocopy of an obit for Mary on her memorial. Do you know the date of the paper it was in?
Added by Jim on Sep 20, 2016 3:47 PM
RE: jacob meder
You're welcome, my pleasure. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Sep 14, 2016 7:00 PM
Emma Lee Rail Skinner
I noticed the place of birth differences and name spellings differences. All the census's give AR as place of birth, I believe the census over the obit on the TX reference. I just couldn't believe her obit was in this old scrapbook. LUCKY!

I also found the obit for their son's Henry Skinner's wife, Mary Irene Boykin (who died young) which I originally thought her maiden name was Dickerson bec. her mother's 2nd marriage was to a Dickerson from somewhere near Trousdale. I have not figured him out yet. I figured out the Boykin maiden name from doing research on her sister Alvia Mae Boykin who married a Harkins & later located them in the census. Took me awhile to figure out the Boykin surname. I'll send this one to you via email.

Hope all is going well with you all this Easter holiday. My husband is stuck working in Canada and we won't see him until next week. Thanks for the Lex newspapers you recently sent. Xo Xo Melinda
Added by Mindy on Mar 24, 2016 10:35 PM
Family Keeper
RE: Thomas E. Roberts, Miles R. Roberts
Mae I sent two messages to your personal email.
Added by Family Keeper on Mar 24, 2016 7:40 AM
RE: Schlossers
You're welcome. I added more Schlosser's to the St Bonaventure Cemetery that are buried with John and Genevieve Schlosser.

Have a great day, Kathy : )
Added by Kathy on Oct 03, 2015 11:17 AM
Connie Wallace
RE: Adah V. Beaubien
I'm sorry but I've also slept since then and I think I found the answer to my question but I'll have to see if I can find that information.

Thanks anyway,
Added by Connie Wallace on Sep 20, 2015 11:57 AM
Janet Davis
RE: Edward W Cox
Glad to be able to help.
Added by Janet Davis on Aug 26, 2015 10:04 PM
Connie Wallace
Adah V. Beaubien
I saw the question regarding her maiden name being Robinson but I couldn't find the answer. So, It appears on the stone that Robinson is her maiden name and doesn't mention Mantooth...could you tell me where that information came from.

Thank you,
Connie Wallace
Added by Connie Wallace on Aug 26, 2015 7:26 PM
Janet Davis
RE: Edward W Cox
Whispering Waters is an area where cremains are interred. There are memorial boulders and the section where Edward is. It's a lovely little garden. I will try to get a photo of the area for you next time I'm there and will email it to you.
Added by Janet Davis on Apr 07, 2015 8:32 AM
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