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Rebecca Osmond Hold (#46918565)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family tree since 1984 and researching the James, Gearharts, Osmonds, Yanceys, Sarges, Caumiants, Hawkens, and wherever they lead. I am forever grateful for FindAGrave and the opportunity to memorialize my ancestors and friends. I love to research and explore cemeteries and am willing to research area cemeteries (Okmulgee County, Oklahoma) for other people and take photos. I am grateful that other researchers are willing to do that for me and thank the ones that have. I am willing to transfer memorials to others unless the memorials are ones that are kin to me. Please feel free to ask questions and contribute information. Together we all can continue to make FindAGrave the wonderful memorial program that it is.
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Randy Ray
Captain Benjamin Combs
I have finally located the graves Captain Benjamin Combs and his wife Sarah Richardson. They are way off from all the information. They are still there, you can still read "Combs" on Cpt Ben's marker. Sarah is unreadable. The family stone is very clear, "strangers tread lightly on this spot" I am not a member of Find a Grave. Could you post the digital photos for me and I can give you the updated address and GPS on the burial site. My brother and I found it on April 22 2017.

Cpt Ben and Sarah are our 4th Great Grandparents.

Randy and Chris Ray
Thiensville, Wisc
Added by Randy Ray on May 03, 2017 7:12 PM
Sharon Jo Sharp Davis
Hello Rebecca. I just ran across the memorial for Sharon Jo on here today. Sharon and I were 1st cousins (her Dad was my Dad's brother).

The note you left on her memorial was so sweet. I bet she thought a lot of you. We would have went to the graveside service if only we had known. You know how it is, as we get older, sometimes we don't stay as close to our family as we use to. It has been almost three years since I talked with her. We all have cell phones and nobody has anybody's number.

Would love to hear from you and find out what happened to Sharon. If you would rather, you can email me rather than put anything on here. My email address is Thanks.

Brenda (Sharp) Watson
Added by okfever on Apr 24, 2017 7:33 PM
Tedd Cocker
RE: Jesse Osmond
Good morning, Rebecca

I have found two references to a Jesse Osmond having served during the Civil War. One was as a Private with Davenport’s Independent Company, 1st GA Infantry; the other as a Private in Company C, 18th GA Infantry. Is either one of these your Jesse, or are they both the same person. I could not locate actual Muster In or Muster Out paperwork for him. Do you have that information, or know where I might be able to obtain it. As I remember, Jesse is a relative of yours. Am I correct? Thank you.


Added by Tedd Cocker on Apr 12, 2017 9:16 AM
Tedd Cocker
RE: Jesse Osmond
Good evening, Rebecca -

In addition to the five Osmonds who have memorial pages on Find A Grave, and who are buried in Section 6, Lot 151, there are three other people buried at that location: Harry Ovenshine (buried 8 Oct 1882), Jesse Osmond (buried 22 May 1883), and M. Leslie Osmond (buried 18 Jan 1893) - none of them have a grave marker.


Added by Tedd Cocker on Apr 11, 2017 6:47 PM
Jim Kelly
Wm R Osmond
Hi Rebecca

I'd be interested in learning of any further information you might have regarding Wm R Osmond (my great-grandfather) and especially his son Wm B and Wm B's wife Emma, my grandparents. Absent (or in addition to) that, anything you might have going further in the past (Jonathan Osmond and Ann Martin, etc.). Please contact me via email [] if you have the time and any interest in my request. Thank you.

Added by Jim Kelly on Apr 06, 2017 5:40 PM
Robyn Brewster
RE: Eanest Bennett

If I do back to the cemetery, I will try to get a picture.

Added by Robyn Brewster on Mar 09, 2017 12:35 PM
Pamela Amstutz
RE: Patton
Well I checked a little closer into this and it says Jno. W...Not J.A. so it must not be the same. I will keep searching and see if I can find something else out. Sorry.
Added by Pamela Amstutz on Nov 07, 2016 11:24 AM
Pamela Amstutz
Are you still requesting a pic of tombstone in Chattanooga Conf. Ce. for this. I don't think there is a headstone but just a sign with his name. Let me know if you want that. Thanks.
Added by Pamela Amstutz on Nov 06, 2016 2:16 PM
Cynthia Rainer Duckett
RE: Clydene Schuerer
Thank you so much, Becky!! Yes, the auction you went to was at her uncle's place west of town -- Harold Egnew, brother of her father. My mom was there. I think that Clydene was there, too. Not positive, but pretty sure. The house is 1211 W. Moore in Henryetta. Used to be just down the street from the school. We've ALL spent many happy times there. I will accept your friend request ASAP. I don't know of anyone in the Okmulgee Cemetery to look for. I always think how pretty it is when we drive by. Most of ours are in Westlawn in Henryetta and some in Okemah and Hanna. I have mine on Billion Graves but I'm making the switch to Find a Grave. I wonder if you knew my mother -- Clydene's younger sister. Her name was Wanda but everyone in the family called her Snib. I don't know why. I think I would have protested. :)

Added by Cynthia Rainer Duckett on Sep 05, 2016 12:58 AM
Cynthia Rainer Duckett
RE: Clydene Schuerer
I just read your home page. You do photos at the Okmulgee Cemetery? Surely, then, Clydene was your babysitter when she lived in Henryetta. I still own my great-grandparents house -- where Mom and Clydene spent so much time as children, and then their children did the same. You must have seen the obituary in The Henryettan online. So glad I suggested that they run it there!!
Added by Cynthia Rainer Duckett on Sep 04, 2016 10:05 PM
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