|Rebecca Osmond Hold (#46918565)|
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I have been working on my family tree since 1984 and researching the James, Gearharts, Osmonds, Yanceys, Sarges, Caumiants, Hawkens, and wherever they lead. I am forever grateful for FindAGrave and the opportunity to memorialize my ancestors and friends. I love to research and explore cemeteries and am willing to research area cemeteries (Okmulgee County, Oklahoma) for other people and take photos. I am grateful that other researchers are willing to do that for me and thank the ones that have. I am willing to transfer memorials to others unless the memorials are ones that are kin to me. Please feel free to ask questions and contribute information. Together we all can continue to make FindAGrave the wonderful memorial program that it is.|
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|Chuck/Karen Brackett||Tabitha Ann Wren|
Rebecca, just to let us know, you have two memorials for Tabitha. #132784467 and #122950096.
|JARROTT P. COX||RE: Samuel and MattieGrimes Gallimore|
Rumor is we were distantly related, or the family's knew each other in Virginia,when her sister was murdered our family was deeply affected as they lived close by. But the whole area was traumatized as news paper accounts said hundreds were at the mob hanging and funeral. Grand Father who went to the same 1 room country school was traumatized also.I can not imagine how the young siblings were affected. I have researched this story a great deal and have been interested in it for some time as it all took place just over the hill from were I was born and raised. Jarrott
|Virginia Hoo||Duke's in Ohio and Kansas|
I would be interested in corresponding with you. I am a direct descendant of John William Duke (1789-1872) who was a brother of your Alexander Duke, who married Elcey Yancey.
I am descended from John William Duke as follows: John William, John Shera, Franklin M., Melvin W., and Richard E. John Wm and John Shera are both buried in Butler Co, Oh; Franklin, Melvin, Richard (my father) are all buried in Preble Co, Oh.
Hope to hear from and share with you.
|Hannah Deason||Finding my Great Grandma|
Hi Rebecca! My name is Hannah, and Elsie (Smith) Ingram is my grandpa's adopted mom. I'm doing a school research project over my family tree and I am having a hard time finding things. I do not live in Henryette/Oakmogee, and we rarely visit there. Could you send me any pictures or information you have over Elsie, Clyde, or the rest of their family? Thank you so much!
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much!, Hannah Deason
|Robbie Johnson||RE: Is Nancy Hold Speake Related?|
Thank you for taking the time to let me know. If i find something out I will let you know!
|Robbie Johnson||Is Nancy Hold Speake Related?|
I've been trying to link my second great-grandmother, Nancy Hold Speake to her parents.
Do you know if Wilson and Hester Ann Hold had an older daughter named Nancy born in 1826? I can't find them anywhere before the 1850 census to place them.
My grandmother Nancy Hold was married in 1847 to Jeptha Speake in Hamilton County, Indiana and was born in Ohio. She is buried in Robbins Cemetary in Coffeyville, Kansas with her son, John W. Speake.
Wilson and Hesteran are about the only Hold (or Holt etc) family anywhere in any census in 1850 and thereabouts in Indiana.
|sue ||Osmond Graves inPa|
I took several pictures of your cousins graves in Pa, but they all posted sideways. Please send me an email address and I am happy to share them. The actual grave site is beautiful.
Added by sue on Aug 19, 2015 7:10 AM
|James P. Harter||RE: Robert Patton|
You're most welcome
|James P. Harter||Robert Patton|
Rebecca I sent the message below to Find A Grave.
The records of the Fayetteville National Cemetery have no record of a Robert Patton. The National Grave Locators reflects a Robert B. Patton, Date of Death 7/13/1913 no DOB is buried in that same Section 4, Plot 2220 in the Fort Smith National Cemetery, in nearby Fort Smith, Arkansas.
|pappy50||RE: Napoleon Bonaparte White|
My grandpa Boney was married to Mary Elizabeth Watson. Gus and Joe Bob (cousins) married sisters. The Watsons, Carters, Craft would play and eat chicken and dumplins on Sunday afternoons at Ryal. There must have been a hundred cousins.
Added by pappy50 on May 23, 2015 8:36 AM
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