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From: "Dora Gillilan" <>
Subject: Re: [OK-CEM] Rail road accident 18 Oct 1925
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 05:31:49 -0600
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Do you know what County & year his daughters were born and married in?
Dora
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Subject: Re: [OK-CEM] Rail road accident 18 Oct 1925


> Hi Dora, yes, that is one nice thing about researching death records in
CA. I
> appreciate your keeping an eye out, as I said, I'm not even sure he died
in
> OK. I still haven't found him on the 1920 census. But his youngest
daughter
> was born in OK and his oldest one got married in OK. Maybe my best bet
will
> be through tracking down the railroad accident (if there was one). Sandy
>
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