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Re: DR. CHAS. ASBURY RUGGLES b. 1854 ia.
Posted by: Everette W. Evans (ID *****0904) Date: December 07, 2003 at 14:39:22
In Reply to: Re: DR. CHAS. ASBURY RUGGLES b. 1854 ia. by Mitzi L Gilbert of 175

Hi Mitzi:
Thanks again for your help. I would have never known my grandmother had other sisters in her family, if it wasn't for Al Stude who filled me in on this. My folks never talked or mentioned about Sarah Eliz. Teller or any of her other sisters. The only one that was ever mentioned and I also got to meet was my Great Uncle Wilbur Teller and his wife, Catherine "Kate" Smithart.
I was told that Theresa Teller Jacobs-Lemon at one time ran a little store and filling station at Edith, OK. She apparently moved there to be near some of her relatives. I am hoping I can find Bonn and Dean Jacobs, but so far I don't even have a lead on them. I was told Theresa div. a man by the name of Jacobs and mar. I believe William Lemon. I have the obit of Wm. Lemon but nothing on Theresa. I assume she must have been buried beside her husband in the Freedom Cemetery, Freedom, Ok.
I have corresponded with Al and Virginia in the past. I usually get a christmas card about Christmastime from them.
Anyway you have a nice Holiday and keep in touch and I will do the same.


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