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Linda B (#47272982)
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Bio Photo I'm a retired county clerk of Texas County Oklahoma. Genealogists used to drive us crazy with their requests. I acquired a great love and respect for old records. When I retired I became one of genealogists, researching all lines of my family and my husband's. I have haunted cemeteries for years. This is the first time I've had a way to share my photos.

I have inherited two scrapbooks dating about 1900. One from Mary Jane Leek Howard. The photos appear to be Leek,, Howard and Doonan. The second from Nancy May Kephart . The photos are probably Williams and Kephart. Most of the photos in both books are unidentified. If you have family photos and can help identify, please contact me.
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Mark Patterson
Laura Belle (Warren) James
Laura was the first wife of Charles Arthur James (1865-1941). Charles's memorial# is 24897922. I recently found Laura's memorial page. Her memorial # is 46147660 created by Robert Hague in 2009. Although Charles and Laura were married in Clinton County, Laura is buried at Bethel Cemetery in Lebanon, Boone Co., IN. Mark Patterson
Added by Mark Patterson on May 18, 2017 9:35 PM
William Lloyd Kephart
W L Kephart is my ggg grandfather, my grandma just had her 100th birthday and I received a box of photos... I would love to see yours and be happy to try and do any identification I can. I can also send them over to see if she knows any of them. Her memory is a little off, but she seems to remember the older stuff. You may email me directly at just be sure to put "Re: William Lloyd Kephart" in the subject :)
Added by pilarandmike on May 16, 2017 12:30 PM
RE: Mary Conn
Thank you very much! :D
Added by JJS on Apr 25, 2017 9:35 AM
RE: Mary Conn
Mary Conn was my Great Grandmother. Her daughter (Katherine) was my Grandmother. My member # is 48448899. Thanks!
Added by JJS on Apr 24, 2017 11:25 AM
kelly sullivan
RE: Lena Rogers Behler
Some folks refer to John Rogers Behler as a James, but I am not sure if that is a Hopeful reference or if they have a reason to call him that. And in the news paper clipping sent to me by Pam Schwartz, they call him Rodger.

But if this is who you are may be referring to, He was born in 1911 and died in 1928, however as far as I know he was not killed in a tornado.

here is the clipping content:

"The Wilmore News, September 14, 1928.


Funeral services for Rodger Behler who died at Alva, Oklahoma, Saturday night of acute appendicitis was held at the Baptist church in Wilmore Monday afternoon. Rev. A. Burrill conducted the funeral. A large number of sorrowing friends and relatives were present and the floral offerings were very beautiful. Rodger, who was just grown into young manhood had just gone home with his father for a visit and it was a shock to his many Wilmore friends when word of his death reached us as he was an unusually large strong boy. Every one knew Rodger and his cheery face will be greatly missed."

the article does not indicate what killed John Rogers Behler, but my mother (Lena was her Aunt and she knew her) said that she thought he died of a a burst apendix.

I will keep digging.
Added by kelly sullivan on Dec 26, 2016 6:04 AM
kelly sullivan
RE: Lena Rogers Behler
do you have a year of the Woodward Tornado?
Added by kelly sullivan on Dec 26, 2016 5:55 AM
kelly sullivan
RE: Lena Rogers Behler
I wish findagrave would send me notices when someone leaves me a message, I am sorry that I have not seen this message previously, I just get so involved in what I am doing on Find a Grave other wise, I forget to peek at my contributor pages..

I will check on what I have in my notes, etc. and look for the Behler you asked about. I remember my Mama talking about a bad Tornado when she was VERY little...and how her mama shoved her and a sister into a furrow in a plowed field and then laid over the top of them. Mama told me she could still hear the sounds of the wind even when she was old.

Anyway, I wanted to apologize for being so tardy, but I will look and hope there is something I can share.

Added by kelly sullivan on Dec 26, 2016 5:48 AM
Martin W Johnson
isaiah h. williams jr.
looking for the grave of Isaiah h. williams jr. a surviving veteran of Mexican war (1846-1847). 1st. iowa volunteers. alive in Stafford, Kansas, as of july 20, 1922 jasper, Missouri news article of Mexican war survivors.
Added by Martin W Johnson on Dec 23, 2015 6:26 PM
Shirley Buckler
RE: Nancy Elder
Yes, I will. Thanks for all your work.
Added by Shirley Buckler on Jul 18, 2015 4:36 PM
Shirley Buckler
RE: Nancy Elder
Linda, as far as I know Nancy's burial location is unknown. She was a daughter of John Conley and Rachel Adkins and a sister to my g-grandmother Sarah Conley. Sorry I couldn't give you a location.
Shirley McDaniel Buckler
Added by Shirley Buckler on Jul 17, 2015 6:38 PM
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