|N. Dale Talkington (#47256317)|
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I was born at Verden, Grady County, OK and graduated from Anadarko, Caddo County, OK High School.|
I graduated from Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma City University.
Retired in Stillwater, Payne County, OK and have four grown children and ten grandchildren.
My main research project is the 1,238 soldiers of the 8th Iowa Cavalry from the Civil War. My Great, Great Grandfather Peter Talkington served in this unit as a Farrier (Blacksmith).
BTW, I am Very Liberal with transfers, outside of my family and special interests. TRY ME!
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Thank you so much for the transfer. It means a lot to me! And thank you for all the work you do on Find a Grave. :-)
Thank you for the info on Everett!
|Cindy (Walker) DeJarnette||Widick family|
Thank you so much for the transfer of John, Ernest, Lucinda, Albert, Elmer, & Mary Ellen Widick memorials to me, I appreciate it very much!
Hello Dale, Just wondered if you might be in some way related to Brenda TALKINGTON Richmond? Came across this name while looking for Richmond family. Sandy
Added by Sandy on Oct 17, 2015 1:04 PM
|Mary L. Masengale Lovell||Millis, Capt. John|
Thank you so much for accepting the link to his parents in Orange County, Indiana..... and then transferring his memorial to me. I greatly appreciate this!
Capt. John Millis was my grandmother's grandfather and I heard so many stories of he and his wife Nancy Cloud Millis while growing up next door to my grandparents.
Grandma told of when Capt. John Millis was captured during the Civil War, he was held at Libby Prison and Andersonville (found proof of this in his Civil War Record). At one point a group of Union soldiers were to be taken out and shot, in retribution for the shooting of confederate troops at a Union Prison. The men were to draw beans. John Millis drew a black bean and was to be shot. While lined up, he gave a Masonic signal, which was picked up by the officer in command who instructed the "little man" to be removed from the line. This I have not been able to document, and most likely never will, but it makes sense, that the brotherhood of Masons was at times stronger than the Union and Confederate cause!
Thank you again so much!
|M. Jensen Seggerman||Geneva NE Talkington gravesites|
I am the cemetery clerk at the Geneva City office, and I have been working on records for the cemetery. I do not have any records for Carrie Cora Talkington or Joseph Albert Talkington that supports them being buried in the Geneva cemetery.
I would really appreciate your help in establishing their burial locations. If you would have any obituaries or records that state that they are buried in the Geneva cemetery, would you please share that information with me for my records?
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Upon further research, I see that my Will's middle name is Edward. I found him on Find A Grave also, but wasn't able to contact that contributor. I will keep this gentleman if you want for me to and will then gladly transfer him to family if they request or I can transfer him back to you if you want me to.
Added by DJYCO on Sep 27, 2015 9:29 PM
|DJYCO||Will and Andy Hayes|
Thank you so much for transferring these 2 Grand Uncles to me.
Added by DJYCO on Sep 27, 2015 9:16 PM
|Sandy||RE: Sarah Huffman Ely #26903538|
Thank you very much-I added Simon's grave stone as well. I hope that is O K. Sandy
Added by Sandy on Sep 27, 2015 7:59 PM
Just wanted to let you know this memorial is a duplicate of my 2nd Cousin Virgina Aline Robertson Creekmore, #37956986 in the same cem. Thanks for your efforts, but you might want to consider deleting yours. Thanks
Added by K_boodle on Sep 27, 2015 2:18 PM
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