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Re: Alta CARLILE or CARLISLE WENDORFF
Posted by: Laura McCormick (ID *****1195) Date: January 10, 2012 at 14:23:00
In Reply to: Re: Alta CARLILE or CARLISLE WENDORFF by James Patterson of 189

I think the Herbert's might help you but I found a Clayton Jones buried @ Hinton whose mother was a Carlile. And a Elnora Carlile Jones who I think is his mother. We have obituaries for Clayton and Elnora @ our genealogy library. I will look at them when I am down there in a couple of days. Alta and Lewis are buried in El Reno Cemetery, along with their daughter Irene. I have tried searching Leona and Ella Carlile in the On Demand Court Records for a marriage license but so far have found nothing. Elnora is the daughter of Altie G, b ca 1875,b WV, and Maude L, b 1883. They were in Hinton in 1930. Elnora was born 1910 and has a brother Harry L,b ca 1913. Altie's WW I draft registration shows Albie Griffin and he is farming and living east of Hinton in Canadian County. Hinton is actually in Caddo County but just about four miles west of the Canadian County line. In 1920, they are in Waconga, Caddo County and son Glen b 1904 is with them. We have his obituary also. I think we are making progress. I knew who Doug Herbert was when I worked in Hinton. So if we can find his mother's name we may make the connection.
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