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From: "Charlie Evans" <>
Subject: Re: [OK-CEM] Cemetery Book Information
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 01:14:42 -0600
References: <20030202.110447.-529009.0.sageja@juno.com>


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Subject: Re: [OK-CEM] Cemetery Book Information


> Hello Richard,
>
> I have quite a few relatives buried in White Rose. My Holland's are
> buried there.
> Block 5
> Noah S. Holland Sr. (pioneer settler - Indian allotment)
> wife Mollie Holland
> Children: also buried there are:
> Issac Jackson Holland (He and his son Joe(age 14) were killed
> (asphxiaasphyxiationumes) while cleaning an Oil tank.
> Issac was in the service. (see grave marker)
> Mary Elizabeth Holland (wife of Issac)
> Issac Holland Jr. (Duke- son of Issac)
> Baby Holland (son of Issac Holland and Mary Elizabeth (Scharff) Holland.
>
> Carl Elwood Holland (son of Issac and Mary Holland) served in Korea
> Floyd John Holland (son of Issac and Mary Holland. WWII
> Floyd's wife Marilyn Holland (dau of Hubert Horner and Ella May
> (McBee)Horner.
> Alford N. Holland (brother of Mollie B. Holland - wife of Noah)
> Charles B. Holland (son of Noah and Mollie Holland)(Fish Creek School was
> started on Charles Indian Allotment)
> Aaron (called Bobbie) Watts (daughter of Noah and Mollie Holland)
> Ronald Charles Watts Jr. (grandson of Bobbie (Holland) Watts)
>
>
> Not sure of Block number
> Georgia Ann (Holland)Scoggins (daughter of Noah S. Holland and Julia Ann
> Johnson)
> her husband ( Charles "Edward" Scoggins)
> their two children:
> Florence Pearl Scoggins
> Veva Bee Scoggins
>
> Block 1
> Noah S. Holland Jr.
> wife : Hattie (Whiteturkey) Holland - grave not marked. (Hattie was
> Delaware Indian)
> George Whiteturkey (father of Hattie-buried same area as Noah Holland
> Jr.)
> Henrietta (Whiteturkey) Baconrind (sister of Hattie )
>
> James Blythe (I forget which section he is buried in) son of William
> Blythe and Nancy Fields.
> Nancy was the daughter of Cherokee Cheif "Richard Fields" of the Texas
> Cherokees.
> his daughter Josephine Blythe married George Keeler.
> This Keeler family is also buried in White Rose
> -----------------------------------
> White Rose Mausoleum
> Mary Elizabeth Grove was the mother of Mansill L. Grove . Mansill married
> Lorretta Holland (daughter of Noah and Mollie Holland)
>
> Bartlesville Examiner Enterprise Newspaper
> Thursday, Janurary 14, 1960
> Page 24, Column 6
>
> MRS. GROVE DIED; SERVICES HERE FRIDAY
>
> Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Grove , 94, longtime resident of this community and
> mother of Mansill L. Grove Sr. of Bartlesville, died at 11 pm Tuesday in
> a Herington Kansas Hospital , where she had been a patient five days. She
> had been in failing health for the past several months.
>
> Mrs. Grove was born January 10, 1866 in Homesdale, Pa. where she received
> her education . She was later married to Grant S. Grove and they made
> their home in Pennsylvania until 1906 when they came to Oklahoma, prior
> to statehood. He was active in oil well drilling contracting here until
> his death in 1923. Mrs. Grove moved from here two months ago to
> Herington, where she has a daughter.
>
> Besides the son of Bartlesville, survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ray
> Loriaux. of Herington; five grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
>
> Funeral services will be held at 4 pm Friday in the Arnold Moore Funeral
> Chapel. The Rev . D. Allen Polen, minister of the First Methodist Church,
> will officiate and entombment will be in the White Rose Mausoleum.
> Friends may call at the funeral resident for visitation until the service
> hour.
> =========================================================================
> ============
> Sharon
>
>
>
>
> On Sat, 01 Feb 2003 18:08:32 -0600 Richard Moberly <>
> writes:
> > Greetings all
> > As chairman of the White Rose Cemetery Board, I would solicit your
> > help.
> > This historical cemetery is located in and owned by the city of
> > Bartlesville. We are looking to produce a book about the History of
> > and
> > Burials in White Rose Cemetery and would appreciate any input you
> > might have
> > on successfully doing this.
> >
> > Please email me directly at BOTH emails below with your
> > experiences,
> > suggestions, warnings, ideas, and contacts.
> >
> > Best Regards to all of you.
> >
> > Richard Moberly
> > 6213 King Drive
> > Bartlesville, OK. 74006
> > home
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