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Oklahoma Centennial Projects

From: Labeth Myers
DearMYRTLE,
I love getting your emails and have learned a lot from you. I feel especially fond of you because you are from the general area of some of my husband's family: The George W Pendarvis family, including his great aunt, Louisa Pendarvis, who lived in Bradenton. I was delighted to find this article in The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, OK, Sunday, Feb.12, 2006.  I wish I was in good health so I could help with this project. I knew you would love to read this, too.

DearLABETH,

THANK-you for scanning the article titled BURIED MEMORIES by staff writer Ann DeFrange, which is now in the "pay-per-view" area of the newspaper's website. The article mentions 77 book "Oklahoma Centennial Project" each one
an index to county cemeteries. If you'd like to learn more about publications in this project see:
http://www.oklahomacentennial.com/Publications.php?Category=14

It is there that I discovered the upcoming Oklahoma Land Tract Book Index to overcome the problem of land records filed only by land description. Once completed, you can search by name of purchaser. That's a LOT easier.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
 


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