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Sharon Spain Ingle (#46960470)
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Bio Photo My name is Sharon Spain Ingle. My husband's name is Chris. I have lately started photographing local cemeteries. So many people have helped me with my research, I would like to pass that on. If I enter any information that you know is wrong, please let me know so that I can correct it.

I live in a small town in Oklahoma, close to Okla City.

The main surnames in my family & my husband's family are: Spain, Tomlinson, Gum, Jones, Brittain, Ingle, and Coffey.
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Tim Osborne
RE: William Butler
Thank you. He's my maternal GG Grandfather.
Added by Tim Osborne on Sep 22, 2015 2:46 PM
Sharon McAllister
RE: William Adams
I did not intend to remove the link to William Burton Adams as Velva's spouse. I didn't think that I touched that field. I was trying to add both of his parents to his page and Velva's mother to her page.
Added by Sharon McAllister on Sep 08, 2015 7:02 PM
Jim Allred
Leetha (Crawford) (Potter) Fabre
Thanks for your helping tell this person's a story.

Added by Jim Allred on Sep 05, 2015 12:59 PM
N Guild
Samuel George Pigg
Mr Pigg is buried in Luther, Ok Cemetery. Here is a list of all his children. Several were left out

Clair Eldon September 5, 1913 to May 18, 1914
Thomas Jefferson Pigg January 4, 1914- March 19, 1992
Cordelia Renn Pigg April 26, 1917 - February 26, 1976
Ruth Delena Pigg October 27, 1918 - February 23, 1988
Rex Albert Pigg March 4,1921 - August 1965

Rev. Pigg was Pastor of Highlandville Baptist Church from 1919 to 1920 and performed many weddings and revivals in the Highlandville, Missouri area. He also preached in the Luther, Oklahoma First Baptist Church.
Added by N Guild on Aug 29, 2015 6:46 PM
Sharon Wade
Izorah & John Jones Home in Corsicana
Hi Sharon,

My husband and I purchased and moved what we believe to be Izorah and John Jones' home in Corsicana that they sold in 1905.

We believe it was built on one of the two parcels of land that George Washington Shelton was awarded when he returned from the war.

If I read this correctly, I believe the Jones family is related to your husband?

If you would send me your email address, I would be happy to send you some before and after photos of the home, which we have restored to it original grandeur. We were very excited to see actual photos of Izorah and John Jones on your site.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Sharon Wade -
Added by Sharon Wade on Jul 08, 2015 7:48 PM
Joyce Blaylock
Alva M. Sadler Hagar
What does the M stand for in Alva M. Sadler Hager.

Added by Joyce Blaylock on Jun 21, 2015 3:10 AM
gail combs
Sharon, Thanks for recording and uploading pictures.
My Gum family started in Rutherford Co.TN
for a couple of generations, then many moved
on to Clarkton, Mo. Never thought of looking
in Virginia or W.VA. but will now check
them out in my travels, if I can find
some connections.
Thanks for adding to Find a Grave
G. Combs also on Ancestry
Added by gail combs on Jun 17, 2015 4:00 PM
My g-grandmother was Martha Coffee, dau of Rolly (et al), born in KY. He was son of Ambrose.
My 2nd cousin married Chattie Coffey, son of Wesley Hall, brother of Ephram. Or should it really be Ephraim?

Do you know the parents of Wesley & Ephram?

Many of our Coffee line have changed the name to Coffey and I am trying to see if any of the are connected. There was a great migration of COFFEEs from KY to MO. Then down into OK.

Anything you can tell me would be helpful and greatly appreciated. Thank you, chris # 46852418
Added by Chris on May 27, 2015 3:12 PM
Leslie Harrison Wyman
RE: Tomlinson question
Oh no, I'm so sorry to hear about your software problem - what a nightmare for you!!!! When you're restored and ready, let me know and I'll be happy to share some new items I've found, or obit transcriptions, etc. I've put quite a few of those on FG already, I think. The new items are more "fluff", like where Isaac Tomlinson is listed as buying two hogs at an estate auction, interesting tidbits like that. Anyway, I'm happy to share, so again, just let me know if and when. Take care!
Added by Leslie Harrison Wyman on Jan 14, 2015 4:12 AM
Leslie Harrison Wyman
Tomlinson question
Hi Sharon - long time no talk to! I'm back on the Tomlinson research, and wondered if you have any documentation that shows that Henry is the father of Isaac? I've been going through probate records and so far have had no luck. I do find where Henry is in Braxton County with two men, one of whom might be Isaac just a year before Isaac married Anna there, but that's it. I'm chasing down a possible DAR line, and have hit a brick wall with actual proof of connecting Isaac to Henry. Thanks! - "Cousin" Leslie
Added by Leslie Harrison Wyman on Jan 13, 2015 6:14 PM
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