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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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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
Cynthia Rainer Duckett
RE: Clydene Schuerer
Rebecca, no, she wasn't my grandmother. She was my aunt -- my mother's only sister -- and more like a second mother to me. I lost my mother 6 years ago and she did all she could to try to fill that loss. I typically called and talked to her once or twice a week. I will be leaving for Missouri, and for her funeral, tomorrow. I already miss her more than words could ever express. I am the "family genealogist," and I would LOVE to manage her page. Thank you so much for the offer, and for the kind words!!
Added by Cynthia Rainer Duckett on Sep 04, 2016 10:02 PM
Robyn Brewster
Eanest Bennett
I will be in Sedan and at Greenwood Cemetery next month and wanted to get in touch with you.

I am planning to take a photo of his headstone, but don't want to claim it yet.

What I like to do is take the picture and send it to the person that requested it (as an email). My computer and the person's computer don't always communicate with each other. This means, sometimes the picture is correct on "Find A Grave" when I see it, but the picture can be sideways in view of the person who requested it (I have talked to photographers and computer experts).

You can post it on the website and do any changes you like. I don't want the credit.

Let me know if that will work. I will "claim and fulfill" closer to the date, I will be there and after I take the picture.

Robyn (47479927)
Added by Robyn Brewster on Sep 02, 2016 12:38 PM
Rich Miller
RE: Martha Ann Hold
Funny!!!! In one census Hold was listed as black and a servant then as husband in the next. E mail me so we don't have to go through Find A Grave because I might have info you would like to see. Mine is listed.

Added by Rich Miller on Aug 11, 2016 9:35 AM
PFC Jack Trader
I am a member of American Legion Post 1 here in Tulsa. One of our members (and a friend of mine) is Bill Woodward, who served with Jack Trader in Korea and was wounded in the same firefight in which PFC Trader was killed. He happened to speak of this tonight our meeting, expressing an interest in visiting Jack's grave. In researching it on Find-a-Grave I noticed your memorial for his widow Dolores' grave. Was her daughter, Jackie, PFC Trader's daughter? If so, would she be interested in speaking with Bill? He has some stories to tell about Jack Trader which any of his family members might find interesting, and I know he would gladly share them with anyone who wants to listen. He won't be with us forever, and when these veterans pass, their stories die with them. Bill's not into the Internet stuff, so I am helping him out. Please contact me at my email,

Harold Brown
Added by TulsaJAG on Aug 02, 2016 8:52 PM
Rich Miller
RE: Martha Ann Hold
Happy to transfer to you. Martha was my 3rd great aunt. I thought I had found the Indian that was supposed to be in mom's family through Martha in the census but no way. LOL She is listed as 1/2 but her sons are too but Holley was not NA. We thought her sister Rachel was because of pictures but no proof or disproof. I had Aunt Nora, at 96 years old do the DNA and there was NO NA so the Indian is a mith. Rachel was Aunt Noras GGM.
Added by Rich Miller on Jul 17, 2016 11:15 AM
Toni Couch Ryan
Fannie Goodow Mallery
Fannie is also MY 3-great grandmother! I descend from their son Jason Tauser Mallery who was married to Eleanor Hubbard. I have been trying to break down a brick wall for about 3 years regarding Fannie's husband, Lorenzo Dow Mallery -- looking for a birth record or some link to either of his parents (Culver Mallery & Rhoda Pettibone) so that I can proceed with a DAR application. By chance would you have any record with that information? Thank you!
Added by Toni Couch Ryan on Jul 02, 2016 12:01 PM
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