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Delaware CO, OK

Family Group of

John Cobb Welch b 26 Dec 1849 Valley River, Cherokee CO, NC d 1929 OK buried Butler Cemetery, Delaware CO, OK
occupation - cattle buyer for KS company
son of James Cobb Welch & Lucinda Parker of Cherokee CO, NC and later of Delaware CO, OK

photo of the Cobb Welch family in 1885
photo of the Cobb Welch family in 1895
"The John Cobb Welch Story" written by Mrs. Aulsey A. Welch, their daughter-in-law, of Pryor, OK

m 26 Dec 1873 Cowskin Prairie, near Dodge, Delaware District, OK TO

Elsie Butler b 6 Sep 1856 near Mose Ridge Prairie, near Grove, OK d 1930 OK buried Butler Cemetery, Delaware CO, OK
dau of Rev. Elisha Proctor Butler & Dorcas Landrum of Delaware CO, OK

1(F) Molly Ethel Welch b 22 Nov 1875 OK d 13 May 1954 buried Butler Cemetery, Delaware CO, OK
m (1) TO
John Ward b 19 July 1873 d 21 Feb 1902 buried Butler Cemetery, Delaware CO, OK

m (2) TO
William L. Henson b 29 Sep 1875 d 16 Oct 1956 buried Butler Cemetery, Delaware CO, OK

2(F) Betty Welch b ca 1878 d before 1885

3(M) Jonathan Welch b 1880 d

4(F) Cora Florence Welch b ca 1884 d
m TO
A. P. Gentry b d

5(F) Alice Welch b 188? d

6(M) Aulsey A. Welch b ca 1892 d
m TO
Irene Williams b d

Many thanks to cousins and friends William M. and Betty Palmer who shared data with me! Many thanks to Irene (Williams) Welch, former teacher with the Salina School in OK, for the story of her in-laws and copies of photos she kept and cherished for many years!

This site is dedicated to the memory of my parents, Tommy and Beulah (Cline) Nipper.

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