Greeting Grave Finders. I was born in Oklahoma as were my parents. Most of my 20th century ancestors can be found in Canadian Co. cemeteries. They came to Oklahoma from Missouri, Iowa, Ohio, Texas. I have lived in central Texas much of my life.
I started photographing grave markers back in the 1980s and was very happy to find this site. It's great that it is a volunteers site and I hope it stays that way.
Thank you I noticed that you created alot of my relatives, near and far on the tree, on Findagrave. My maternal family is from the Durango, Falls County Area. I see from your Facebook page you live in Lott as well! Howdy! I live down near Gause TX :) I just wanted to drop a note to say thank you for all the inputs, etc. I put in a bunch of edits to link the family members, etc but I wasn't sure if you were still active or not. BUT my main objective, after putting in a bunch of non-relative gravestone information on Find A Grave this past week was to make sure I told all those that put in my kinsfolks, a hearty THANK YOU!
Georgia Nason Baker Discrepancy According to record shown for Georgia Nason Baker was born 28yrs before her parents. Also, she is linked to Noah Evert Baker (1873-1936. Would you please remove her from Family Link as his spouse. Noah married Grace Ellen Evans (1st)and his (2nd) wife was Betty Airington. My two older brother nor I have ever heard of Georgia Nason. Noah was our grandfather. Thanks Laquetta Baker Hansen
That may not be rust. They just recently buried another Davis close by. That very well could be the Oklahoma red dirt that was all over the place. Once that red clay gets spread around it stays awhile. Unless someone drags in a hose to wash it away it will have to wait until a good, hard rain, which in Oklahoma could be awhile.