|Liz Freeman (#47065338)|
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I am an avid researcher. One of my favorite research projects has been the Highnote name out of Navarro County, TX (who was a lawman killed in OK). I have also researched all the women who have served as sheriff in Oklahoma - so fascinating.|
Then there is the Casner/Carsner/Carsoner name out of KY, MO, IA, KS, TX, AZ, NM, CA, WA, OR, ID - which is one of my family lines with real outlaws and successful gold rush people in CA.
Another favorite has been "Rose of the Cimarron", the story of Rose Ella Dunn during the late 1890s in OK TY.
Last but not least is Ruby Darby known as "Queen of the Oil Fields" in Oklahoma during her heyday as a blues singer/vaudeville performer 1915 - 1922.
I do love photographing the older cemeteries here in Oklahoma occasionally finding a person whose history is a must to research.
** Please when you take my photographs which I have uploaded to Find-a-Grave and place them on other websites, all I ask is that you give appropriate credit to me on the other website. An exception to this is for those photos in Allegheny County, PA. I am one of several people assisting a gentleman upload his thousands of photos.
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|Gayle||GG Grandmother's Name|
Thank you for the information!! Her name is Marguerite Pichon Gouyton. The last name is always misspelled and there's many different ways I've seen it spelled.
Added by Gayle on Mar 18, 2015 2:53 PM
We messaged a bit last year about the Atlee Cemetery and you mentioned older newspapers having some obituaries but when I visited the cemetery, I didn't have time to track down obituaries. I just felt like my gg grandmother is buries there but most likely in an unmarked grave because they were only in Oklahoma a short time and returned to Texas when they buried her... What newspapers would you suggest if I want to search for her obit in August of 1899?
Added by Gayle on Mar 18, 2015 1:35 PM
|Dianne C. Carman||Your Bio|
I read your bio and see that you are in Oklahoma. I have family coming from Sallisaw. My birth father lived there. The name is Caves. Most originally settled at the base of Wild Horse Mountain because of the fertile land. Caves is my paternal line.
|Dianne C. Carman||RE: Anna Barringer|
Thank you so much. You are very kind.
|Carol [Williams] Jesse||RE: David Williams|
Thank you so much!
Carol [Williams] Jesse
|alison land||RE: Kear Memorial Cemetery|
Okay thanks, I had looked at one cemetery I set up and I could edit the information so thought you might be able to do that one. Thanks for the reply. Alison
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