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Charlotte (#46617978)
 member for 11 years, 6 months, 12 days
Dora Ruth Tidwell Brewer
RE: Mary Blythe Hampton
You are so welcome - I'm trying to complete my Family Tree so I can print it. I found both of them in Are you related to the Blythes? My maternal GrandMother was Maggie Blythe.

Added by Dora Ruth Tidwell Brewer on Nov 23, 2015 2:46 AM

RE: Thank you !
You are welcome!
I am his great-granddaughter...
Best regards,

Added by JuKo on Nov 16, 2015 9:10 AM

RE: Thank you !
You're always so gracious. Lovely token.

Warmest regards,

Added by Bernadette on Nov 01, 2015 12:33 PM

Hello from America
Hi Charlotte ~

You are so very welcome ~ I am honored to leave flowers on your memorials. I love reading the biography you have written on each person.

Sending love and hugs to you from the East Coast in America.

Fondly ~ Clair

Added by gwtwqueenie on Oct 11, 2015 8:16 PM

Brent Stevens
David Weinreich
Charlotte...thank you for David's remembrance post during this Jewish holiday season. You are such a thoughtful person. Steve Weinreich

Added by Brent Stevens on Sep 21, 2015 8:32 AM

Nancy Arnold Thompson
RE: Asel family
Are you related to the Asel family?

Added by Nancy Arnold Thompson on Aug 16, 2015 7:31 AM

F Priam
RE: Bigwith family
My Pleasure! :-)

Added by F Priam on Jul 28, 2015 7:56 PM

Ashley Thirsty
RE: QuatieBbetty Littledog Blythe
Quatsey (Betsey) LittleDog. On the rolls she
starts out with only one name. Quatsey had children by four different men.
(1) Gun lay wee skee (2) Jonathan Blythe (NI). (3) Ocumma/John Welch (1/2
White). (4) Cho-yahgah Ti yoo no hul la, who married Quatsey Little Dog.

> 1. Nancy m. Hill
> 2. Arch
> 3. Chesquahneta/Youngbird
> 4. Gah da hoo yo chan
> 5. Caroline m. Standingdeer
> So take the name Hill, Arch, Youngbird, Standingdeer and this is where
> just
> some of the Indian last names started. Each family started this way as
> far
> back as you search.
> They were called by the Indian name first then the English. Awe gah do
> gah/Standingdeer was just Awe gah do gah on the rolls and census, then
> later
> as Standingdeer, but when they had children they added the first name.
> Later
> on they changed it even more. They took Standingdeer's brother, Waidasutih
> and cut it down to the version of today as Wade. His brother was Chu wail
> seh later changed to Joe Welch. That is how it was done..


The first Indians or rather the full-bloods only had one name. For instance
as for back as I have found for my direct descendent, Little Dog/Gli oo di,
b. ca 1725 and wife Che-o-las-kee , one line of my maternal greats, had
three children and I descend from Quatsey/Betsy who was there after called
Quatsey/Betsy Little Dog. Betsy married or had four different men/husbands
and had a child from the first three and the fourth one named Cho-yah-gah,
later known as Choyahgah Tiyoonohulla, this being his father's name. The one
I descend directly from, she had five. Their names were Nancy,
Chesquahnita/Youngbird, Arch, Gah dah oo yo chan and Caroline, my 2nd. Great
Grandmother, married Standingdeer/A wi ga do ga. The names of her other
children from the other men were Wahheyuhcageeswkih/Pegion, Wilson Oocumma/U
ga ma and Blythe. All of the children were full-bloods except Wilson
Oocumma/Welch 3/4 (?) and Blythe 1/2, they had White fathers. These
remained East in NC. So this is where our first last names come from.
This is just one of the maternal lines. All were full bloods until my
mother was born and she was 1/2.

Added by Ashley Thirsty on Apr 29, 2015 11:54 PM

Annette Plemmons
RE: Thank you !
Hey Charlotte,

Greetings from the state of Michigan - USA.

I just checked to see what kind of weather you're experiencing in Austria, we are experiencing very similar temperature readings. At this time, in my part of Michigan, it's 58 degrees F (14 degrees C), high for today, 66 degrees F (19 degrees C).

Thank you, I appreciate you speedy reply.

Have a wonderful day,

Added by Annette Plemmons on Apr 29, 2015 9:15 AM

Melanie Hester
RE: Thank you !
Sorry, after having my DNA Tested and finding out the results, showed 0% Native American genes, I have had to redo all of my Blythe line, Still working on it but willing to share!

Added by Melanie Hester on Apr 27, 2015 9:01 PM

Jane Whitley
Penelope Estellina "Neppie" Thompson Cranford #80347017
Memorial #80347017 Penelope Estellina "Neppie" Thompson Cranford has a picture you posted in 2006 but it does not belong to this memorial. Would you please delete the picture??

Thank you in advance,
Jane #47673022

Added by Jane Whitley on Apr 14, 2015 5:59 AM

RE: You are welcome...
Awwww, thank you. I had not visited Lucky's memorial today yet.

Added by RAP on Mar 22, 2015 8:36 AM

Draggin and Sailor
Thanks for visiting Draggin and Sailor and leaving them a cute Easter basket. That was a nice surprise.

Added by RAP on Mar 22, 2015 8:28 AM

Barbara (Kirsch) Day
RE: Hello from Austria !
Yes if it is easy to do that, I would love to see anything of the Mautners if you do find any Birth of Wolfgang Mautner...that is the most important one I need to find of his birth. I have nothing to go on. I do have a picture of him and found on a picture of a Michael Mautner who lived in Missouri..who may be a close relative of Wolfgang.

Added by Barbara (Kirsch) Day on Mar 21, 2015 7:23 PM

Double L
Thank you for transferring Hoover and Samuel Lambert to my care. Your thoughtfulness is appreciated, and for all the work you have done on Find A Grave.
March 22nd, 5th Sunday in Lent.
I thank JESUS, for dying on the Cross for me a sinner, saved by HIS Grace.
Happy Easter,

Added by Double L on Mar 21, 2015 10:28 AM

Barbara (Kirsch) Day

I am researching my ancestry of the Mautners. I keep hitting block on the ones who came to MN. I havwe no record of Wolfgang Mautner. other than his age being 1804 and he died in MN. He is in the passenger with His wife Catherine b-1804 and Joseph b- 1837 or 1836 I have all the descendents of the family and on Wolfgangs death record it says his father was Michael. I think he has a brother or cousing who came too on the same ship in 1852 by the name Michael who is a year oe two younbger than he. He settled in Missouri. I do not know of any them. On the ship they spelled his name Mauthner, but it is Mautner. Also I have done a DNA test and the result say I have traces of Jewish descent. He is listed as a German Baptist from Behemia, Bavaria, Austria all diffrent census. I am wondering if they changed the religion because of the hard life in Europe there. If you could help me out it would be great. Oh and dthe other Mautner on the ship is a servant(Which is common back then to be part of payment) Her name was Sabille which is either a cousin of Joseph or a daughter of Wolfgang, not sure. she did not go to MN. This is a big task for me. I have the genealogy of my mother all of it except the Mautners, which would be my grandmothers maternal side Any hints????
Barbara A. Day

Added by Barbara (Kirsch) Day on Mar 21, 2015 9:17 AM

RE: W. Blythe
Greetings from South Carolina, USA.
You're very welcome and thank you for all your work posting these wonderful memorials.

Added by jrland on Mar 18, 2015 8:29 AM

Librarian Jessie
Best wishes
Just a note to tell you I'm sending good genealogy thoughts to you. Thank you for posting memorials and remembering our ancestors.

Added by Librarian Jessie on Mar 13, 2015 11:04 AM

Maggie Mac
John Walters
Thanks for remembering my Dad on his birthday. It is much appreciated.

Added by Maggie Mac on Mar 09, 2015 5:44 PM

Janet Miller
Nimrod Smith
Your welcome.

Added by Janet Miller on Mar 09, 2015 10:19 AM

James Seidelman
My Uncle Harold
Thank you for leaving flowers for my uncle. He was the last of my father's family. Four sons and four daughters - Grandpa came from Marktbergl Germany around 1880 - He had a wonderful life, had a great wife and three great children. I was lucky to attend his 100th birthday last June in Illinois.
Thanks again and I hope all is well and spring isn't too far off
As always, Jim

Added by James Seidelman on Mar 08, 2015 5:39 AM

Will Carrick
RE: Anna Killian
You're welcome (Austria -- no, you're not going to just drop by & take a photo sometime). Will

Added by Will Carrick on Feb 25, 2015 7:34 AM

William Neill
Mayor Dana 'Buck' Rinehart
Thank~you so very much for the flowers and voting on Buck
being famous. I know he would appreciate your kindness.

Blessings to you and your family.

Added by William Neill on Feb 21, 2015 7:36 AM

Steven Weinreich
Charlotte.....I hope this message finds you well. Any chance that you live near Vienna? Might you be able to assist with this photo request?

Hi all. Is there anyone in this group that lives in Vienna, Austria? If so, would you be willing to pass by the address, listed below, and take a photo of the house and the street in general. I hope the address is enough to go on to show the residence where my great grandparents, Jacob Pisk and Irene Weiss, lived and eventually perished in the Holocaust. I would like to see a part of their history. Thank you.
Leopolds Gasse 22, Vienna, Austria.

Please reply to

Thanks. All the best

Steve Weinreich

Added by Steven Weinreich on Feb 08, 2015 8:09 PM

R Burnett
Robert Galcatcher
News Article - Robert Galcatcher - Stilwell Democrat Journal - June 2, 1960
Charges have been filed against Jim Harris, 39-year-old resident of Bunch, in connection with the fatal shooting of Bob Galcatcher, 30, Saturday night in a Stilwell parking lot. The shooting evidently followed an argument which started in a tavern owned by Rufus Rider in the 100 block on West Oak Street.

Bob Leatherwood, who manages the tavern, is have ordered Galcatcher from the place earlier in the evening for quarreling with Harris and other occupants. Adair, county Sheriff R. L. Swepston said Harris told him he had started to go home and was seated in his car with Art Myers, of Watts, when Galcatcher attempted to force his way into the front seat of the vehicle. The car was parked behind the Rider tavern. Harris said he feared Galcatcher was attacking him with a knife. Harris pulled a 25-caliber automatic pistol and fired one shot at Galcatcher from close range. The bullet entered Galcatcher's body in the right side, just below the shoulder, and left through his left chest.

The wounded man staggered approximately 20 feet into the Worley pool hall and fell back out of the door. Seconds later, he was dead.

Harris and Myers drove away from the scene. Approximately an hour later, officers said Myers called to inquire about Galcatcher's condition. When he was told of the man's death, he told Swepston he would bring Harris right in. The sheriff waited an hour and then he and Gene Philpott, undersheriff, decided to go after the pair; However, they met them, with one of Harris' neighbors, on the road to town.

Myers was placed under arrest in connection with the affair. He was later released. Swepston said. Harris was released Tuesday under a $6,000.00 bond.

Galcatcher was a former resident of this area but has been living in Tulsa for some time. Funeral services for Robert Galcatcher were held Tuesday, May 31, in Echota church, under the direction of Roberts Funeral Home. Burial was in Echota cemetery.

He was born March 4, 1930 in Stilwell. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Ida Galcatcher of the home, in Tulsa; one son, Ronnie, also of the home; four brothers and three sisters.

Added by R Burnett on Feb 06, 2015 7:13 AM


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