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David Hayes Herrold
Posted by: Donald E. Herrold Date: June 13, 2000 at 05:11:59
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In 1942, David Hayes Herrold (1882-1946) built a home, barn, tool shed, milking barn and chicken house at Bushyhead, Rogers County, OK just east of the RR tracts and slightly N of the road crossing the tracks from US 66, moving there from Bryan Tp, Lincoln Co, OK. He was at the time 62 at the time and retired. He lived there with wife of 39 years, Sarah Pearl, nee Golden (1885-1967) until his death January 19, 1946. Sarah would die at a Claremore nursing home 11 years later on January 25, 1967, and they are both buried at the Chelsea cemetery. Their eldest son Oman Charles Herrold (1906-1990) (married to Juanita (Jamison)Herrold (1904-1970) later moved to Littleton, CO, and Oman would remarry his former sister-in-law, Helen (widow of Hugh Jamison), o & j wew parents of Barbara Jo Reen Mordecai, presently of York, NE) prompted the move of David and Sarah Pearl. Oman lived at Chelsea, where he was High School principal. Their daughter, Vera Fern Abbott (1908- ) (Mrs. J.D. parents of Nadine (Mrs. Frank Casey) of Ardmore and Linda (Mrs. Carl Coleman of Verdigris) lived in Claremore where J.D. barbered, and youngest child and son Reu G. Herrold (1913- )(married to B. La Fern (Moore) Herrold (1918-2000), parents of Donald E. (married to Mary L. (Essman), Jack N. (married to Mary Catherine Gowdy), Tina R. (Mr. Dr. Stephen R. Gilliland) and Tamara R. Mrs. Christopher Holt) lived in Tulsa, where Reu was an electrical motor repairman.

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