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From: "Bernie Moore-Knowles" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Coleman vs Oakley for Elizabeth
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 17:51:58 -0700
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Hi all

I think that the confusion is that the typist for Carroll Hayden's Cemetery
Book has recorded on the line beside Elizabeth Waggoner's burial that her
maiden name was Coleman and that she was the wife of Robert A. the LaCrosse Cemetery.

That's where the Coleman maiden name was picked up, I bet. But, after
drilling through the Cemtery Book at greater length, I found Drury COLEMAN
Oakley and his wife Mary Ann's burial records, also in the LaCrosse

This is Elizabeth Waggoner's parents. Got to be.

My bet is that the typist or Carroll, from his many notes probably left off
the Oakley name and Coleman as the surname was created in everyone records.

Hey.......with all that Carroll has done and the many families that he has
researched............I have found very few mistakes in his work and
research. Some, but not many.

So, I think that Elizabeth was an Oakley and from your 1870 census post, she
evidently was a Frazier with a first marriage. Could have married before
she migrated to Arkansas?

I have cc: this to Glyn Trimble.

Bernie Moore-Knowles
Phoenix, Arizona

"I have Indian blood in me. I have just enough White blood for you to
question my honesty." ........Will Rogers
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kathryn Y Langston" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2001 12:06 PM
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Oakley and Trimble - Kathryn, Ev and all

> On Thu, 13 Dec 2001 07:42:51 -0700 "Bernie Moore-Knowles"
> <> writes:
> > Kathryn
> >
> > For what it's worth.........Elizabeth Oakley Waggoner was buried as
> > a Waggoner and with her first husband; Robert A. Waggoner in the
> > LaCrosse Cemetery. I think that her death date is 1937.
> Now, Bernie, if your trying to confuse me, your doing a GOOD job of it.
> I thought Elizabeth was a Coleman and her mother was Mary A. Oakley?
> > John Newton Trimble married Amnada Flinn in Boone Co. and died there
> > in 1915. Anyone know where he is buried?
> > Maybe a divorce?
> Who knows, I've never followed the Trimble trail through John Newton
> before so I'm afraid I can't say. Although I it is a possibility.
> Further
> research is defineately called for. I may have written too much and
> he missed the question, so I sent a note with just that only.
> Kathryn
> > Just a thought. But, there may be as you said........another
> > Elizabeth
> > Waggoner. Let us know if Glyn has a 1900 for Trimble, will you? He
> > could
> > be in Boone Co. in 1900.
> >
> >
> > Bernie Moore-Knowles
> > Phoenix, Arizona
> >
> > "I have Indian blood in me. I have just enough White blood for you
> > to
> > question my honesty." ........Will Rogers
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