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From: Jean Mayfield Cuevas <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] OBITS/MARRIAGES/Jean/Verden, Ok.
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 15:39:18 -0400
I wouldn't want to have you go out of your way, but sometime when you are
going for yourself, I would appreciate your checking.
Here's what I have on John R. MAYFIELD:
Descendants of John R. Mayfield
1 John R. Mayfield 1852 -
. +Mary E. Unknown 1854 -
........ 2 Frances E. Mayfield 1871 -
........ 2 Mary A. Mayfield 1874 -
........ 2 James C. Mayfield 1878 -
John's parents were William MAYFIELD, b. 1809, TN and Elizabeth WRIGHT, b.
At 02:20 PM 4/14/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Verden, is in Oklahoma, and it is about a 10 min. drive from where I live,
>the next largest town to the east , is, Chickasha, Ok. and both are now in,
>Grady Co. I live in Caddo Co., but only about 9 miles west of Verden. I'm
>not sure about Verden, but know that Chickasha was a part of Indian
>Territory, before Statehood.
>They have a genealogical society in Chickasha, they also have an online
>site, I will look it up and send if you want it for their society and their
>I can check out their library for you Saturday if you want to give me some
>info on what you need and the names and dates. Their genealogical library
>is not a large one, but they are adding to it all time. Never know what you
>might find, and there are some family histories that people have donated to
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jean Mayfield Cuevas" <>
>Sent: Friday, April 14, 2000 10:44 AM
>Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] OBITS/MARRIAGES
> > Betty,
> > Thank you so much! This could be a clue as to what happened to my Gr
> > Grandpa's youngest brother, John R. MAYFIELD. He was on the Izard County
> > census through 1880. Weren't the lands in OK opened up around the end of
> > the 1890's?
> > I appreciate this so very much!
> > Jean
> > At 12:05 PM 4/14/00 -0500, you wrote:
> > >The following is taken from a strip of paper which has been torn from a
> > >paper. There is no name of paper on the strip but it must have been in
> > >Oklahoma as there are several news items and they are in Ok.
> > >
> > >MEETING - MAYFIELD
> > > Casper Meeting and Miss Anna Mayfield, both of near Verden, were
> > > united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. J.R.
> > > Mayfield, Thursday evening, Rev. P.H. Harmon officiating. About thirty
> > > relatives and friends were in attendance and after the conclusion of
> > > congratulations, partook of an excellent wedding supper. The happy
> > > couple were the recipients of many beautiful and valuable presents. The
> > > groom is one of Caddo county's industrious young farmers who came here
> > > the opening, having been one of the fortunate ones in the drawing. He
> > > has improved the farm and now has a fine home. The bride is the eldest
> > > daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Mayfield, whom to know is to love. She is
> > > a lady of fine attainments and has a host of friends in this
> > > community. The Democrat unites with friends and relatives in wishing
> > > happy couple unlimited happiness and prosperity.
> > >------------------------------------------
> > >
> > >
> > >
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