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Re: Lemuel L. KING & Anna M. PARKER d. Oilton, OK
Posted by: Marlene (ID *****4083) Date: November 30, 2011 at 11:32:08
In Reply to: Lemuel L. KING & Anna M. PARKER d. Oilton, OK by Chris McCullough of 618

Hi -

I don't know if this little bit of info will help you, but it may give you some leads.

ILL marriages: L.L.King to Anna M. Parker on 29 March 1888 in Clark Co. IL, Bk. G, pg. 425

In 1910 the family is in Washington Co., OK:
Jackson twp., pg. 62, ED 256, sheet 3a, 18 April:
Fam#55
Lamb L. King, 44, married once 22 years, b. IL, father OH,
mother Indiana, odd jobs
Anna, wife, 38, 12 children/4 living,IL IL OH
Clifford, son, 20 IL
Abbie Wolfe, dtr., 18, widowed, 1 child/l living, IL
Reba King, dtr., 16 IL
Edith King, dtr., 10 IL
Maud Wolfe, granddtr., 3 IL

Creek Co. marriages: Clifford L. King, 26 of Oilton, to
Mrs. viola Florence Hooten, 35 of Oilton, on 25 August 1916, S Bk 6, pg. 574 (I think "S"means Sapulpa)

Oklahoma district court records record Clifford's marriage as Clifford L. King to Florance Heston on 25 August 1916, MLI-2006-00574, Creek Co. OK

SSDI: Clifford King b. 14 June 1889, died Sept. 1958
at 74052 Oilton, Creek Co., OK. #444-05-9866 issued OK.

In 1920 Lemuel & Anna are in Creek Co., OK, with Clifford and wife Viola living next door. No children in Lemuel's household, nor in Clifford's.


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