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I served in the navy ,as did my father, son, and many others on the White side of my family has done. The Stidham side mostly goes Army. My uncle Wade White went Army and was awarded the silver star while serving during the occupation of Korea during the war. We've been lucky and only lost one cousin Andrew Young Davis, who was an Army air corps pilot in W.W.Two,and was flying an unarmed reconnicence plane when he was shot down near New Guinea and his body was never recovered. There is a marker in the Odema cemetary to honor him, along with my father Charles Raymond White and Wade also. My father died in 1965 and Wade died of cancer in 1991. My brother was named after A.Y. and was murdered in 2009 while being robbed. I buried him beside my mother and dad, and he rests at A.y.'s feet. As for myself I was electrocuted a few years back, but am trying to return to work and school in the very near future. Randy|
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|Charles Champion||Pvt Columbus Price Burnett|
Your posted your avatar on subject memorial 36096675.
there are two cemetaries here and over 20 within 25 miles of me. I'm looking at a book they put out on Odema and will give you the information very shortly.The only grave for the Carmack's is Alma (Carmack)Easley.It states the following 10 Feb. 1890 - 29 Dec 1918 [Inez Alma Carmack, Daughter of Isaac Carmack and Isabella (Maxey) Carmack, First wife of Virgil Easley.Row 7, section 30,NW1/4, N1/2]. I'll try and find out if they are buried in The Eldorado cemetary, as I have relatives there also. Let me know if I can help you any further, Randy
p.s. It goes on to say that Three boys and three girls, besides her husband, father and mother, two brothers and two sisters survive her. I'll see what I can do to assist you on this.
|JERRY GARNER||RE: Navy|
Randy, I signed up only for the trial period on together we served so I wasn't able to give you credit for the referral. Don't know if I will keep it or not. Ancestry.com and findagrave.com keep me pretty busy, but if I do sign up I will give you the credit. Thanks for the site info. Very interesting but time consuming.//Jerry
|william maxey||RE: Maxey's and carmack's|
hi, i wander if the odema and eldorado cemetery is one the same. if not i would be interested in information on isaac & isabella maxey carmack. i am related by isabella's grandfather john and have been trying to locate several family members from this part of my tree.
|JERRY GARNER||RE: Navy|
Thank you for your service as well. I checked out the togetherweserved.com and joined. Very interesting site. My family is a Navy family also. I enjoy "findagrave.com" as well as "ancestry.com". For military, I have been using "military.com" to keep up with whats going on and it has a buddy finder also to find Navy friends. Nice chatting with you. If you need any assistance with find a grave in Bryan County, OK. let me know.
|william maxey||RE: requests|
hi, ive done some additional research and was not able to find any of maxey family in this cemetery. thanks
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Raymond|
Check out the bio now. I think it will be clearer for you. I knew Raymond, Wade and Betty even though they were a bit older than me. The thing I remember most about Raymond was a dog he gave us when I was about growing up. He was suppose to be part coyote. Don't know if he was or not, but he was a good dog.