Grafting Broken Branches: Queries - A

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Queries - A

 

See Darland May 2008

ALSIP
SEE EHLER December 2004

APPERSON
[MaryMart9@aol.com] September 2008

Does anyone have any information about C. B. Apperson here was in the area in the 1900 until maybe 1912.. or any other Apperson's... I know they had papers on one of the land allotments. I believe it was John..Mary Apperson

The only Appeson I could find in this area of Kay Co. was Rachel F. Apperson Dec 7 1836 Sep 17 1905 buried in the Nardin, OK. Mount Olive Cemetery Kay Co. husband was J.A.
Whether this is one of yours may be good idea to check out.

C.B. Apperson 1871-1926
Mary Apperson May 6, 1877 Jan 8 1934

These 2 are buried in Sapulpa, Ok. Creek Co. in the "Old Sapulpa Cemetery".
I would suggest you check out Creek Co. like you did for Kay Co. and someone may be able to help you.

Shirley
Corresponding Sec.

The ones in Sapulpa are my grandparents... I understand that his father and a brother or two brothers were up there in the 1900's. it shows sever arrests of his father cb in the Newkirk area. I think he may have been a professional gambler but have not been able to find out what the arrests were for yet but will make a trip up there someday and check it out.. There is a land Grant for John Apperson in the Newkirk area and he was employed by the Newkirk Sheriff office at one time... Have a letter on the stationery. Thanks

ARMSTRONG -Moore
Connie Wallukait [conjo@mchsi.com] August 2008


Armstrong

I have information on John Henry Armstrong b: 1868 who married Katherine E. "Kate" Moore. Kate died 01 Apr 1899 in Rock Falls Twnsp, Kay Co., Oklahoma Territory of spinal meningitis.

Connie Wallukait

Connie,
What exactly is it you want done with this information?? And what do you have. Do you want it posted on the PGS web page.

Will be glad to post most anything you want to send.
Shirley

I thought I was responding to the Surname researcher for Armstrong. I clicked on the researchers name & it brought up my email so that I could respond to them on my Armstrong family to see if they were related to my family. I can't even remember now what website it was! Sorry for the confusion.

Sorry, Connie,
I know what you are talking about. Yes, you were on our PGS website & I found the name that was also researching the Armstrong name. But I don't know her, so let me check with some of the other PGS members to see if they know who she is & what her email is.
Will get back with you as soon as I find out.
Shirley
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AUPPERLE

Chris Aupperle [aupps@rockford.com] April 2002

I am looking for the ancestors of John Frederick Aupperle who is buried in Newkirk - born July 20, 1835 in Wurttemburg? Germany, died March 29, 1915. Do you have any records? He was my husband's great-grandfather. Thank you!

 

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