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 Annie <I>Partridge</I> Bruner

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Annie Partridge Bruner

  • Birth 1842
  • Death 31 Jan 1912
  • Burial Sand Springs, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA
  • Memorial ID 38917183

daughter of Cssa Hadjo, and was
enrolled (No. 923) on the Creek tribal rolls at Sapulpa, Indian Territory,on October 9, 1899. She died January 31, 1912,
Annie Partridge Bruner - She is buried in Tiger Bone Cemetery. Counting back from her 1912 death (age 65), the year of 1847 would have been her birth year according to your information and info we have also seen. However, we have information (and she told the story to her son) of her fleeing the Confederates to Kansas with Opothyeyahola when her son, William G. "Billie" was just a baby. This was in 1861. I have another piece of information from a census that she was 40 in 1882 (being a 1842 as her birth year) which makes more sense with the Civil War account (with her being age 19 or so.) Her father was Casaharjo, who interestingly enough, at some point murdered her one time spouse, George Bruner Jr. As you show, he never went to trial for this.

http://www.fireytrails.com/Tiger_Bone_Cemetery.htm


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  • Created by: Barbara Guthrie Prather
  • Added: 30 Jun 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 38917183
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Annie Partridge Bruner (1842–31 Jan 1912), Find A Grave Memorial no. 38917183, citing Tiger Bone Cemetery, Sand Springs, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA ; Maintained by Barbara Guthrie Prather (contributor 47116545) .