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Searl family lookups?
Posted by: Scott Musil (ID *****6712) Date: December 17, 2006 at 15:24:56
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I am seeking information on these people from Kay and Grant Counties in Oklahoma:

Jess Searl
b. November 5, 1859 in Bureau County, Illinois
d. April 13, 1918 in Numa, Oklahoma
buried in Nardin, Oklahoma?
wife was:
Julia (Williamson) Searl
b. August 1869 in Missouri
d. after 1920

Fred Searl
b. June 3, 1887 in Hebron, Nebraska
d. January 27, 1983 in Nardin, Oklahoma
wife was Pearl (Ballard) Searl

Florence (Searl) Elsenrath
b. December 19, 1888 in Hebron, Nebraska
d. September 19, 1958 in Numa, Oklahoma
husband was Antone Oscar Elsenrath

Oca (Searl) Elsenrath
b. July 15, 1891 in Hebron, Nebraska
d. September 10, 1952 in Nardin, Oklahoma
husband was:
Thomas Martin Elsenrath
b. August 16, 1882 in Kansas
d. December 1969 in Nardin, Oklahoma

Charles Searl
b. September 11, 1888 in Thayer County, Nebraska
d. December 1963 in Oklahoma
wife was Martha

Hobart Seidler
August 13, 1897 in Nebraska
d. June 15, 1971 in Tonkawa, Oklahoma
his mother, Minnie (Searl) Seidler may have followed Hobart to Oklahoma and could possibly be buried there.

I am interested in knowing if these people are buried in Kay County. I am also interested in obituaries if someone can point me in the right direction. Thanks!

Scott Musil
Central City, Nebraska


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