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Ronald Asbury (#47960886)
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Bio Photo Live at Russett , Oklahoma, Johnston County. Love doing family research. Civil War Buff. Love Oklahoma History. Single. Looking for a local,, Find a Grave .. buddy to go to Cemeteries with to take photos nearby.
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Janet Barnes
Allmon Family
I am a descendant of Captain Horace Allmon. His brothers are Stephen Hillary, John Granville, and James William. I noticed on the find a grave site you have some photos of his brothers. How can I obtain copies of these? Granddad (C.H.Allmon) lived in Tennessee and the brothers all moved to Texas. I am trying to get a complete profile of the Allmon family. I have numerous old pictures but no names to help identify them. Any help would be appreciated.
Added by Janet Barnes on Jun 27, 2016 2:31 PM
Laurence Nicholl
Dr. White

It was very nice meeting you all last week, thanks so much for the hospitality and the interesting tour. The next day my nephew Frank was still describing Red Spur, down to the last detail, to his family and friends!

I know we've got a few photos of Dr. White somewhere, I'll let you know when they turn up. Take care,

Added by Laurence Nicholl on May 12, 2015 10:12 PM
Greg Miller
Woolfolk Cemetery, Carlisle Co., KY
Are you related to the Woolfolks in Woolfolk Cemetery in Carlisle County, KY? We are trying to locate a relative. We were out in the cemetery today trying to locate the headstone of Thomas Woolfolk, veteran of the Kentucky troops in the War of 1812.

Added by Greg Miller on Apr 04, 2015 7:48 PM
Marcy Helzer
John Adair Asbury
Hi Ronald,
I am just getting started on researching my family tree and your info on John Adair Asbury filled in a lot of blanks for me. John Adair is my great great great grandfather.

Thanks so much!
Added by Marcy Helzer on Feb 16, 2015 3:51 PM
Laurence Nicholl
RE: Dr.White.

Thanks for the kind sentiments. I guess I will finally have to get a facebook account so I can read that story about my great-granddad. I can remember my grandmother telling us about her father making housecalls in a horse-drawn buggy in the wild Indian Territories . . .

Added by Laurence Nicholl on Jan 27, 2015 8:48 PM
Bari Maxwell
RE: Barnharts family
Hi Ron, great hearing from you! Every single thing you wrote is fact. We have been back and forth to Bville many times doing research. I hit it when we went to Moore Funeral Home. Mr Moore had just psssed away and his AWESOME secretaty dug up all the records she could find. WE waited patiently and it certainly paid off. I have my father in laws birth certificate, which states Dora Barnhart as his mother and Harry Patton Maxwell as his father. The lady went above and beyond for us and wouldn't accept a penny from us. The Barnharts seemed to certainly have issues within the family. Two of Dora's brothers were in the same hospital. One, I'm sure for alcoholism, don't know anything on the other. I do know Telitha and hubby divorced. Just me: I think Amos Calvin Wilkins put her there. The problem is that there was 2 sides of the hospital, 1 was for mental patiants and the other a regular hospital. Dora had 3 children and didn't raise a single one of them. My father in law was the first, and Telitha raised him. The other 2 were AC Wilkins who were both given away to different Wilkins to raise. It lists Dora's demise contributrd to high blood pressure ehich lead to a heart attack. Dora haunts me. She spent the best part of her life locked away. This saddens me. Someone, somewhere the answers exist..I've truly done my best to get to the bottom of this mystery. Dora deserves the truth to come out. I also think Dora was considered a dirty little secret". Plz keep in touch!

Added by Bari Maxwell on Jan 12, 2015 11:07 AM
Joey Asbury
RE: Asbury name
Ron, thanks for the info. I'll take a look when I have a chance. I do know that the Asburys in Indiana did come there from Kentucky, and their ancestors before that were from Farquier County, Virginia. I'm sure there's a connection there.
Added by Joey Asbury on Dec 08, 2014 7:03 AM
Shirley Nichols
Burleson Cemetery near Ida, Tx
My dad, J B Tribble , is buried in the Tishomingo cemetery.
His grandmother, Ann Kelton Tribble, is buried in the Burleson
Cemetery near Sherman, Tx. She lived with her son ,George
and his wife Lula. I understand there is a "Tribble " plot and
their family members are buried there. Do you have any information on this family, especially Ann?

Thanks for any help you can offer. Shirley Tribble Nichols
Added by Shirley Nichols on Nov 24, 2013 11:38 PM
Wilene Rushing
Willis J and Dollie Lee Thompson
I am so happy to see where they are buried. Do you know if anyone has their pictures?
Wilene Rushing
Added by Wilene Rushing on Mar 02, 2013 3:55 PM

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