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According to reports, the last covered wagon seen going through Marshall, Oklahoma, had this printed on the side:
"Farewell old Missouri
and bleeding Kansas too.
I may go to Hell some day
but never back to you"




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Billie E. Walsh

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  •    This has nothing to do with my genealogy, but......

    My first grade teacher was Mrs. Della Eickhoff. Not only was she my first real teacher she was a favorite teacher.



    Don't jump my case, I know there are no "family" coats of arms. They belong to an individual. I just happen to like it.
    I wish I knew who's Coat of Arms it was. It supposedly belonged to someone in Ireland named Walsh.
    WALSH
    HORSLEY

    HADLEY

    • Check out the Quaker Corner.
      • A lot of the early Hadley's were Quaker
    • My own HADLEY's.
    • A large text file about the earliest HADLEY names.
      • Very interesting reading from a historical point of view.
      • Be aware that the genealogical information is not correct.
    • More information from Chalmers Hadley Earley Hadley Notes
      • Also another possible parents for Simon Hadley.
      • Research done by Chalmers Hadley is suspect, but interesting.
    • If you have Ohio HADLEYs check outOther Hadley Information
      • These are in Oklahoma but are from Ohio.
        Also an excerpt from a New York HADLEY Bible.

    BENNETT

    HARRIS
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    The Better Crocket Cookbook Page.

    A while back I started doing a cookbook page as part of the OKGEN Mail List. Another Quaker researcher sent me a copy of one of his ancestors hand written cookbooks ca. 1800/1860. There's also a cookbook from the women of the First Christian Church of Luther Oklahoma ca. 1913.




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