Jackson County, Oklahoma

Posted Queries for June thru September 2000

GROOMS, LANCASTER posted by Faye Miller on Friday, June 9, 2000

Is there someone out there in Jackson Co. OK, that can tell me where Hess Cemetery and the town of Hess is located. I greatly appreciate any help anyone can give me on this subject. I am looking for Lancaster and Grooms graves. Thank you, Faye

SULLIVAN posted by Kathy Barnes on Friday, June 23, 2000

I am looking for someone who has access to an Altus High School yearbook for the school year 1962-63. Am looking for a young man who's name was Gilbert Harold

CAMERON, JOHNSON posted by Cathy Melson on Saturday, June 24, 2000

I am trying to find out information about members of my family. My great aunt was Eva Lena Johnson born in McLennan Co., TX, the daughter of William I. Johnson. She married Robert L. Cameron. They lived in the Jackson co. area. If you have any information please contact me.

BAKER, BERRY posted by Jean Gruber on Saturday, July 1, 2000

I am looking for any descendant of John T. Berry. His mother Isabel Baker Berry was my great-aunt. According to her obit, in 1914 he was living in Olustee. Appreciate any help.

GRUBER, LINDSEY, MORGAN posted by Jean Gruber on Saturday, July 1, 2000

Would appreciate hearing from anyone who is a descendant of Goldie Lindsey. Her mother,Ida Gruber Morgan Lindsey was my great-aunt.

ANNIE, CHENAULT, JAMES, ORLANDO posted by h.l.Myers on Saturday, July 8, 2000

JAMES ORLANDO CHENAULT was a farmer living in the Eldorado area. I am looking for a cemetery by the name of Pleasant Hill. Jim Chenault died in 1938. I would appreciated any help on this family,location of this cemetery and information on any living family. Please e-mail. FRANCIS M. HOOPER farmed in the Eldorado area. He married Sadie G. Chenault in 1916 Jackson Co., Ok. Several children were born in the Eldorado area, J.C., Willard, Elmer,Edith. Please E-mail.

GAGE, GARDNER, ROBERTSON posted by Kim Stanifer on Sunday, July 16, 2000

Im looking for any information on the Gardner family. Neal Clarkston Gardner was born in Blair in 1913 to Ben Gardner and Alice Gage. He had siblings Rose, Lois,May,William possibly others. Neal married a Dorothy Robertson .Any information on this family would be greatly appreciatde

MATNEY, WINGO posted by Kathey Hunt on Sunday, August 6, 2000

Seek info on Thomas H WINGO & family who were on the 1910 Altus Census. He is listed with his son, Frank, daughter Thelma & wife, Stella. I Am particularly interested in seeing if anyone has info on Thomas' wife, Stella Matney Wingo, who disappeared from our family's records right after 1910...Did she die? Did she run off to live with the Indians? The stories vary yet No one seems to know for sure. If you have info or can help me find out if she is buried in Jackson County, please contact me. Thanks.

CHAPMOND, HARGROVE posted by Eunice Chapmond - Kilgore on Wednesday, September 6, 2000

I am looking for information on Jipsie H. Hargrove - Chapmond...... She died April 1981... Last known residence was Eldorado, Jackson Co. Okla.......... In 1964 , she was living at Lelia Lake, Texas.......... Who was she married to ? Thanks for any information....... Eunice

DENTON posted by Susan Newton on Wednesday, September 20, 2000

James C. Denton and/or his family circa 1918 in Jackson County. Does anyone have a connection or any information? Thanks

KEMPNER, LYONS, MANGUM, MARTIN posted by Nicole L. Martin on Saturday, September 23, 2000

Looking for information on the town of Warren. My great-grandfather George K. Martin (b. 30 Jan 1890, Sunflower Co., MS)and his wife Lillian Lyons (b. 8 Sep 1889, Van Buren, Crawford Co., AR) moved to Oklahoma around 1814-15 with son G.G. (b. 1914, Hot Springs, Garland Co., AR). They had a daughter Francis (b. 1915), son J. Edward (b. 1917), and son Jerome (b. 1917) in Oklahoma. Father-in-law Max Lyons and possibly even monther-in-law Fannie Kempner Lyons may have been with them. Family left for Ft. Worth sometime after that. Family folklore says George K. Martin was mayor or some elected official for the twon of Warren. Would love confirmtion of this or anything that would help. Also was recently told that his nickname was "Doc". We are uncertain why. he may have owned a livery stable at one time but he ended up in the oil business (1920 census). Would be interested in any history of the town f Warren, including schools, government, and land. Was there any state census taken? Also, I am curious about the town of Mangum nearby. Any history of who and how the town would be appreciated. Does anyone know if there is a connection to Mangumas or Martins in Mississippi (specifically in Rankin County)?

DENTON posted by Susan on Sunday, September 24, 2000

Looking for info on Dentons in the region after 1900. Specifically, Martha M. Denton, John W. Denton, William (or W.B.) Denton, and Eliza B. Denton.

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