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|Nancy Harris||RE: Arthur Alvin Jones in Wynnewood Cemetery|
Thanks KLB for getting back with me. No, the Arthur in Noble Co is Arthur Allen Jones and he was in a Nebraska unit in WWI. My great uncle lived out a good deal of his life in Garvin County, so I really feel he is there somewhere. I know he was alive until at least 1942, but I don't know when he died. I think his wife remarried sometime maybe in the 50's so he probably died before 1960, but I couldn't say for sure. He was born either March 1 or 2 (depends on the records), in 1896. He is not in Mt Olivet because I have ask them before. I was hoping since his wife's parents were buried in Wynnewood that perhaps he might be, too.
|Nancy Harris||Arthur Alvin Jones in Wynnewood Cemetery|
If you happen to be poking around in the Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood, could you keep an eye out for my great uncle Arthur Alvin Jones? I believe he is in Garvin County somewhere and his in-laws are buried here so I am hoping he might be, too. He was born in 1896 and died sometime after 1940.
|Sammy Boyd, Genealogist||RE: Louella (Skillern) Cate|
Yes, that would be great!
Thank you very much,
|TimelessSpirits||Zora and Roy Ausley|
Thanks bunches for fulfilling my photo requests for these two memorials. I had intended to get back to Durant before now and take some more pictures but sometimes other things mess up our plans. Thanks for your help.
|TimelessSpirits||Infant Daughter Pepper|
I'm very happy that you posted a photo of the grave of this baby girl. I suspected that her parents were William and Kandis but was reluctant to say for sure without some kind of proof. Thanks to you, she is now linked with her parents. Thanks so much for all your help.
|Nancy Ladd||Roy H. Ausley|
Thanks so very much for taking the grave photo for this gentleman. I sincerely appreciate your time and effort.
|Charles E. Carroll||RE: Carrolls at Oaklawn, Wynnewood, OK|
Keith, Thanks for your offer. I have sent requests via the edit feature for the Carroll's in my family. I don't recognize the others but will check them out and see if I can identify any family members.
Thanks for your excellent work!! Very much appreciated.
|Carol Sherbeck Espiritu||McKinney Tombstone Photos|
Thank you for photographing and posting the tombstone photographs for these two relatives. It is greatly appreciated.
|Sondra Cash||RE: Henry & Timanda Pickle at Highland Cem Durant OK|
Thank you very much for the photo.
I did get the other message about the daughter.
As I'm working on my genealogy I hope that I find the information on her.
|ronald conrad||Larry Wayne Ogle|
Thank you so much for the photo of Larry's headstone. It is very much appreciated.
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