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Re: Murrin Family, Frisco Twnship, 1920 census
Posted by: Bette Sears (ID *****7969) Date: September 03, 2005 at 19:18:06
In Reply to: Re: Murrin Family, Frisco Twnship, 1920 census by John Ray of 675

Hello Ray,

I found Nora in the 1900 Indian Territory census with her stepmother Dalia (Boys mother) and a cousin Dee Blair on one page, on the previous page is Nora's father, but unable to read his name it is all black. I already have the information in the 1910 census with their grandmother, and thank you in case I didn't have it.

Nora was born in 1891, at 18 she married a Gibby (Charles) Durant in 1909, found them in the 1910 census. The story goes Gibby and Nora had a son Luther Calvin Durant. Gibby was killed in or about 1910. Sometime around 1913 Nora married Frank Sears and I have paperwork where he became Luther's guardian. I have found paperwork do not have copy, but saw it, and Nora applied and was given guardianship to both Floyd and Boyd. I think Boyd was last,it took place on Nov 16, 1918, then on Jan 9, 1919 George is appliying for guardianship for Boyd due to the death of Nora.

Mr.Craven(s) died in 1907 and Dalia died in 1910.

Thanks again for the info you gave me. Will kepp looking, it has taken me 8 yrs to get what info I have. The Sears family is just as mind boggeling.

Bette


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