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Re: Cranford
Posted by: Marlene (ID *****4083) Date: June 11, 2011 at 09:40:45
In Reply to: Cranford by Judy Malone of 180

Hi - I saw your posting; while at the library I looked up the 1930 census you wanted:

1930 Pushmataha Co., OK, Tuskahoma twp., pg. 146, 11 Apr:

William J. Cranford, 39, widowed, married @19, b. AL
Thomas, son, 16 OK
Clyde E., son, 11 OK
Loren, son, 9 OK
OPEL, son, 7 OK ***********
Ola M., dtr., 4 OK
Nan A., mother, 63, wd., married @17, AL

William John Cranford's WW11 registration listed he was born 7 Dec. 1891 in Walker Co., AL; medium height, medium build, blue eyes, dark hair.

Pushmataha Co. OK marriages list a J. W. Cranford, 20 of Albion to Miss Lillie Bell Self, 17 of Albion, on 11 Feb. 1912; parents of bride: T.A.Self. parents of groom: N.C.Cranford. R.A.Jackson, JP, with witnesses D.E.Self and Icie Self of Albion.

In 1910 Nancy Cranford is widowed with 7 sons in the household, including JOHNNIE, age 18. A posting at the WorldConnect family trees show a marriage of Newton Jasper Cranford to Nancy Silvera Myers on 17 January 1886 in Walker Co., AL; that Newton Jasper Cranford died 6 August 1908 in LeFlore Co. OK. Nan Cranford (30 Nov. 1867 - 13 May 1955) is buried in the Old Talihina Cemetery in LeFlore Co., OK........I don't see a listing there for Newton Jasper Cranford.

If you want the 1900 and 1910 census on these folks, email me at arkomavalley@wildblue.net (I'm a genealogy volunteer - no charges)

Marlene



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