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Re: Walker possibly Bowie County? Help?
Posted by: ruth gamble (ID *****0616) Date: July 30, 2012 at 18:18:33
In Reply to: Re: Walker possibly Bowie County? Help? by Betty Scarborough of 65481

Thanks so much for your help.
I am sorry, the siblings listed were for George's children.
I don't know of any brothers and sisters for George.
The only living relative to ask is 92 and can't remember.
George supposedly passed away while living in Oklahoma,We were told he was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery in Mccurtain County Oklahoma. But regrettably, there is no marker to state that. I tried contacting the funeral home to see and all the records burned in a fire and the funeral home partnered up with one that is in Broken Bow and they told me that they don't know and told me about the fire. He died sometime in the mid 30's to early 40's we think ...I don't know about Miriam.
I don't know who died first.
Actually I know very little.
I am thinking DNA will probably be the only way we might find something out.
I have been working on this a year and I have found a few little things but I am basically at a brick wall and everyone I have spoken to is younger and they know nothing either.I just keep hoping someone who is trying to complete something on their tree will see where it all fits.
This is my husband's family so I surely don't personally know anything. But I know how rewarding it is to know your roots as I have traced mine back to some of the earliest
immigrants coming to America.
Once again thank you...

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