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Liz Freeman (#47065338)
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Bio Photo 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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Robert L Hubbard
John Peter Jacob Young
Thank you very much for the photo of the headstone of my great grandfather in the southside cemetery. I am planning to visit there this fall and appreciate having a picture. As I recall there was also a monument on the site, but it may not have been clearly connected. If you have any other information on the site at the cemetery I would love to have it.
Added by Robert L Hubbard on Jul 20, 2014 9:17 PM
StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy
Stewart
You are correct, quoted below. I caught the error in the middle, thought I canceled it, but evidently not. These little hand held tablets are so speedy.


'Stewart, Wm. - SS Cemetery
Stewart, Wm. - SS Cemetery
You sent me a correction for the memorial for Wm. Stewart in which you indicate Margaret Stewart (1828 -1858) was his father and also showing spouse #1.

I did not accept the correction as I am sure it was a typo - Margaret being his mother rather than his father.

Please recheck the memorial and resend the corrections.You sent me a correction for the memorial for Wm. Stewart in which you indicate Margaret Stewart (1828 -1858) was his father and also showing spouse #1.

I did not accept the correction as I am sure it was a typo - Margaret being his mother rather than his father.

Please recheck the memorial and resend the corrections.'
Added by StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy on Jul 10, 2014 8:53 PM
Kathy W
Thank you for the photos
Hi Liz,
Thanks for adding photos of the graves of Augustus and Mary Walper in Southside cemetery in Pittsburgh (and for adding Mary's memorial).

Blessings,

Kathy
Added by Kathy W on Jul 09, 2014 9:15 PM
supermama5
RE: Laettner, John & Helen
I would love to have them transferred to me

117831946 113300592

I am so sorry it has taken me so long to respond. Again thank you and your friend for all the work you continue to do to make this a great site to memorialize our loved ones.
Added by supermama5 on Jul 07, 2014 10:48 PM
Jane McCann Walsh
Thank you!
Thank you, Liz, for the work you have done on South Side Cemetery in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA. That helped me locate the burial place for a family of Gerrards who descend from a first cousin of my great grandfather Ruble. That is, Ruth Ann Ruble 1843-1917 who m. John Gerrard 1845-1914. Some of their descendants attended a series of reunions hosted by my great grandfather in the 1930's. I've found accounts of those reunions listing names of those who attended and that has helped tremendously to identify these cousins. One was a self-made man who was the widowed husband of a dau. of Ruth Ann who gave a speech at one of the reunions on his own business successes. I thought, Who the heck is this?
Now I know! Francis M. Sankey m. Emma Gerrard. And, thanks to you, now I have his year of death.
Bless you.
Jane
Added by Jane McCann Walsh on Jul 04, 2014 4:21 PM
 

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