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Lost and Found


Looking for information on any family members of Turner Silmon, born November 12, 1902. Also looking for descendents of Jincy Carney and husband Charles Bascom; Wallace Carney; George Carney; Adam Silmon; for the purpose of sharing documents connected to these families who resided at the Bascom community area located SW of Quinton, OK. Send information to Hazel Davis, 20750 E. CR 1140, Stigler, OK 74462 or call 918-967-2648.


Looking for information on Nora Yancy McDowell, buried in Indianola, OK around 1915. Send information to gdreyer@ windstream.net or call 806-934- 2031.


Looking for information about Edwin Gray. He was married to Emma Strider. Send information to Juanita Parr, PO Box 416, Amorita, OK 73719.


Looking for the words to a song my mom used to sing called “Little Blossoms.” Dolly Parton had this song on one of her albums years ago. Send information to Ruthie Lohman, 13309 N. 87 E. Ave., Collinsville, OK, 74021.


Looking for Laura Sappington Brown or her descendents. I believe they were from the Stroud area. Send information to jharvey@cox.net or call at 918- 834-5597.


Looking for pieces of Noble


Excellence Napa Valley Dinnerware. These dishes were sold by Dillards several years ago. They have a colorful fruit pattern. Send information to joyebruce@ juno.com or call 918-233-7074.


Looking for oral history or birth records passed down from ancestors who lived along the Arkansas River from Ralston to Sand Springs, OK in the years from 1909 to late 1920s. Send information to Carol Nesbitt, 14242 Lake Forrest Heights, Siloam Springs, AR 72761 479- 549-4786.


Looking for information about Hulen, OK during the 1910s and 1920s. My dad’s family moved there in 1901 and I’m trying to put together research


about the town and the school they called “Possom Trot.” Send information to Beverly Spradlin at visorgirl123@yahoo.com.


Looking for winter onion sets. Will gladly pay postage. Send information to Johnny Butler 8775 S 417th W Ave. Mannford, OK 74044-6150.


Looking for any descendants of Foster Pope. His children were Nellie, Ellie, Tina, and Bernice. Step children were Billie Dunn, Pearl Dunn, W.E. Dunn, and Ted Dunn. Foster lived in the Strong City area and later moved to Bristow. Send information to Verna Johns, Rt. 5 Box 779, Duncan, OK 73533 or call 580- 255-4355. Duncan, OK 73533 or call 580-255-4355.


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