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David E. Burden (#47343389)
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Bio Photo First of all, I am learning that this site is addictive!
I have dabbled at genealogy for years but only recently got serious about it. Reasons for that are: #1. Some family members kinda "kick-started" me into getting back to it. & #2. I was injured a few years ago and I am now classified as handicapped. {Which means they used medical reasons to forcibly retire me.} :-(
I'm finding that this site is good for me. I don't sit and do nothing anymore and I'm learning a lot! Gotta do something right? I gave up being a cop years ago and they won't let me drive big trucks anymore!!!
So, I may be a stove up old Indian type of fellow, but I'm not ready for the rocking chair just yet! Getting out & taking pictures is also a good way for me to get exercise without over doing it. [The doc likes that.] So if you need some pics taken in my area, let me know.
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terry roberts
RE: Opal Evelyn Foster Marsh
David,

Arthur, my uncle, is buried at the Resthaven Memorial Park Cemetery on East Highland in Shawnee, OK I believe Virgil's middle name is Ross.
Thank you David for your help with these additions.

Terry
Added by terry roberts on Mar 04, 2014 6:58 AM
Blytha & Donald Ellis
RE: William M. Dennis
Thank you!
Added by Blytha & Donald Ellis on Sep 22, 2013 4:34 PM
Rose H
McCullough Cemetery
Do you live near Triplett?? The Cemetery board is looking for Families who have people buried there but they have no current person to contact. You might be of help to them. I live in CA and we have family buried there. Contact Carrol Sutton, 524 W. Broadway, Brunswick, MO 65236. They have an Annual meeting on 20 July 2013 at Sherry's Home Cookin' in Brunswick at 10:00 AM. "God Bless You"
Added by Rose H on May 13, 2013 12:40 PM
Laura Hermann
RE: Duncan photos
You are most welcome, still snowy, but stones are clear.

Laura
Added by Laura Hermann on Jan 21, 2013 4:11 PM
Melody
RE: Doris June Martin
Hi David,

I found her obituary archived in the Oologah Leader. Thought it might help with your research.

Doris June Martin, 63, of Collinsville, passed away Thursday, Feb. 22, 2007. She was born in Oklahoma City on Dec. 29, 1943 to Violet and Thomas Laughlin. She is survived by her husband, Ralph Martin; one daughter, Renee and her husband Danny Pilgrim of Oologah; two sons, Steve Martin of Tulsa and Kevin Martin and wife Darla of Talala; one brother, J.T. Laughlin of Shawnee; one sister, Cloma Hoekstra of Oklahoma City; eleven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services were held Feb. 26 at Miracles of Faith in Collinsville with Pastor Jim Carney officiating. Services were under the direction of Collinsville Funeral Home.

I updated her bio to reflect her parent's names and added location of birth and death.

Thanks!

Melody
Added by Melody on Oct 05, 2012 10:26 AM
Melody
Doris June Martin
Hi David,

I received your SAC regarding Doris Martin. I added the information and linked her husband. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Have a great day!

Melody
Added by Melody on Oct 05, 2012 8:49 AM
Linda Brown
Geraldine Esther (Marsh) Burden
Hi David,

I have copied the guidelines from the FindAGrave site with their suggestion as how best to handle a situation such as your mothers.


Submitting Information / Creating Memorials

What if someone was cremated or does not have a traditional 'grave'?

We believe everyone should be remembered equally and have built our site to support most of the common alternatives to burial. These include cremation, lost or buried at sea, and donated to medical science. If the individual's body was lost or their ashes were scattered, but they do have a cenotaph or memorial marker in a cemetery, please add the memorial page as if they are buried in the cemetery and add a Note this is a cenotaph and what happened to the individual's remains (if known). If there is NO KNOWN existing cenotaph or memorial marker, you must use the Family and Friends form to add the memorial with one of the alternatives to traditional burial. If there is a memorial site or cenotaph listing on Find A Grave for someone whose body was lost at sea, donated to science, is missing, etc., please do not create another memorial page with the "Body lost at sea" or other unknown burial location. Roadside accident memorials are not an accepted burial disposition.


When you include your mother's memorial in the Memphis Cemetery where you placed the beautiful stone next to her parents, people will find it much easier than where it is now, and will be less likely to create a duplicate memorial as I have.

And of course I will be glad to delete the memorial that I created for her.

Thanks, Linda Brown
Added by Linda Brown on Mar 29, 2012 6:43 PM
John Andrew Meyer
RE: Burden Family
I try to verify everything with census, birth and death records etc.

my e-mail is johnameyer63@hotmail.com
Added by John Andrew Meyer on Mar 19, 2012 11:30 AM
John Andrew Meyer
RE: Burden Family
Have you seen this,

Burden Family Travels

ABRAHAM Burden is the first name that we have in this line. He was born in South Carolina and married Elizabeth A Young in South Carolina. They moved from Abbyville, South Carolina to Choctaw County, Mississippi. They were parents of Alfred (Alford) who married Mary E Young in 1842; Volentine; Maryan Catherine "Polly"; Nancy Margaret; John; Samuel; James F; Isaac Young who married Janie Margaret Elizabeth Wilcox in South Carolina; Francis Elizabeth; William Riley; Thomas Andrew Jackson; and Joseph Jones. The first nine children were born in South Carolina, and the last three in Mississippi. William Riley was the first child born in Mississippi in 1837 and Frances Elizabeth was born in 1835 in South Carolina, which suggests their move was made around 1836.

ISAAC YOUNG Burden and his wife Janie Margaret Elizabeth Wilcox were parents of ten children, all were born in Mississippi. He had moved to Mississippi with his parents about 1836, then he returned to South Carolina to marry. The fact that all children were born in Mississippi indicates an early-in-their marriage move from South Carolina where they married in 1855 to Choctaw County, Mississippi where their first child was born in 1856. Their children were Margaret, James, William, Franklin Edward, Mary Francis, Mattie Leona, Georgia, Newton Isaac, Charles Clarence, and Benjamin. In 1860 they were living in Choctaw County, Mississippi; in 1870 in Attala County, Mississippi. Margaret died in 1888 and is buried in Carroll County, Mississippi, which might indicate they were living there at that time. They did have a daughter, Mary Francis, who lived in Carroll County until 1901. Margaret, James, and Mary Francis all died in Mississippi; William, Franklin, and Benjamin died in Texas; Mattie Leona, Georgia, Newton Isaac and Charles Clarence died in Oklahoma.

FRANKLIN EDWARD Burden married Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" Huddle in 1888 in Mississippi. It is still a mystery regarding how they might have met. She lived in Lamar County, Texas, and he lived in Attala County, Mississippi. But they married in 1888 in LeFlour County, Mississippi according to the Marriage Records. They were parents of nine children, seven of whom lived to adulthood: William Young (Bill), Infant, Eula Mae, Altha Louise, Infant, Clarence, Virgil, Alberta, and Janie Elizabeth. Sarah Elizabeth died in 1906 in Lamar County, Texas. Franklin married Mattie Love Brown in 1909 and she brought to this marriage children from her first marriage. Some of his children also lived with them at different times. They had four children together, John, Ila, Ellen and Janalee. Mattie died in California in 1933, and Franklin lived with his children at various times after her death. He died in the home of Eula in Collingsworth County, Texas.

ISAAC NEWTON Burden was the eighth child in this family; He married Flora Belle Strother in Lamar County, Texas. About 1909 they moved to Oklahoma either with his brother Ben or shortly after. Newt made arrangements to move their belongs to Oklahoma by train but this did not work out well as the train wrecked on the way. No information was left to determine if everything was lost, or just some things. After they arrived in Oklahoma they had an address in Greer County, and the Census showed they lived in Jay, Oklahoma. About 1913 Ben and his family traveled to Collingsworth, Texas, and Newt purchased the farm which Ben had owned. Newt and Flora lived on this farm until their deaths. It remained in the Burden family until 2004.

JANIE ELIZABETH & "LIZZIE" Burden grew to womanhood in Oklahoma and there she married William James Deadmon on August 15, 1927. They lived for a short time in Greer County, Oklahoma and then moved to Jackson County, Oklahoma. They were parents of one son. They lived in the Victory Community until their their deaths.
Added by John Andrew Meyer on Mar 16, 2012 9:38 PM
John Andrew Meyer
Burden family
The name Zilpha is extremely rare. I would love to know why they named him that. My 3rd great grandmother was Zilpha Johnston. The Burden's and Allen's were living in what was called Zilpha District, Carroll County Mississippi at one time. The name comes from my 3rd great grandmother. Its the only place in the country with the name Zilpha.
The name repeats many times down line in the family. You
Do you have Indian blood. Prudence Allen who married William Riley Burden is believed to be at least 1/4 Chickasaw Indian. Her grandfather was William H. Allen who was a Chickasaw Indian Agent in Mississippi in the early 1800's.
Search William H Allen in Mississippi. He is buried at Sporiles (sp) Cemetery.

John meyer
Added by John Andrew Meyer on Mar 15, 2012 9:07 PM
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