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Thomas Payne Rollow


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Company K, 10th Arkansas Cavalry

Born January 17, 1848 in Coffee County, Tennessee

Died June 11, 1928 in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, of senility

Buried at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood, Oklahoma in Lot 2, Block 84.  Confederate Marker applied for Sept 20, 1999

Thomas moved with his family to Arkansas in 1857 and then on to Nevada, Collin County, Texas in 1889, moving to this area in 1898

Thomas married his second wife, Eva, on December 5, 1883, in Quitman, Arkansas

Thomas was co-owner of Moore & Rollow General Merchandise Store.  He was city councilman in Wynnewoood in 1906 and mayor in 1909

He was a Methodist

He built the two-story house at 901 N. Carr in Wynnewood

This information comes from his pension application and from his granddaughter, Nell Rollow Glenn Wilson

Complied & Contributed by:
Michael Andrew Grissom

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