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Gen Web will not tolerate any copyright violations. Lookup requests should
be limited to one name, or perhaps two if it is a married couple. Information
given will be minimal, for example if it is a cemetery lookup, the information
will be the name of the cemetery and the dates on the headstone.
Please do not ask for "everybody with X surname" or an entire family group, or for hardcopies to be mailed; the volunteers have been asked not to comply with such requests.
Our lookups will extend to searching the book to determine if the book would be helpful to you in your research. Should the book prove useful, the authors address and ordering information can be provided.
If you request a lookup, don't forget to thank your volunteer for their time!
Do you own
a Tulsa County book? Will you volunteer? Guidelines
for Lookup Requests
If so PLEASE contact me. (Jeff Smith, Tulsa County Coordinator and Archivist) Thanks.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: We are looking for Volunteers to do
local lookups. If you live in the Tulsa County area and would not mind doing some lookups in some spare time that you might have, Please contact me so that I might be able to add you to the list. Any Volunteer work that you might be able to do would be greatly appreciated.
Guidelines for Lookup Requests
1.-- Put TULSA COUNTY LOOKUP in the subject line of your request
2.-- First line of the message list the name of the source you are requesting a lookup from
3.-- Please limit your request to one name per request
(Example: John Smith, not anything on any Smiths) Please be specific with your request!
These volunteers have offered to provide help and
guidance with your questions.
Please remember to thank them for their time and efforts!
Tombstone Recordings email@example.com
I would like to volunteer to do look ups for Tulsa and surrounding cities. Obituaries, cemeteries, funeral homes, genealogy center look ups here and Ancestry.com for people who can't get on Ancestry.com
Since the RAOGK.ORG WAS TAKEN DOWN BECASUE OF THE OWNERS DEATH THEY HAVE SET UP SOME GENEALOGY LOOK UP PAGES ON WIKI FOR COUNTIES. MY LOOK UP ADDRESS IS firstname.lastname@example.org for TULSA, WAGONER, AND ROGERS COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA. BUT I WILL ALSO DO OTHER COUNTIES IF NEED BE.
I could transcribe tombstones, go to institutions & transcribe patient lists, anything that needs doing. I don't consider myself qualified to do look-ups; I just poke around on computer. But I'm very detail-oriented and good with data entry Susan Gould
Lookups by Counties at http://vitalrec.com/ok.html
(NEW) "I have a book "Oklahoma Place Names" - has a little paragraph on virtuallyany city, town, or community that ever existed in Tulsa. It has the name, origin, how long the town existed
and it's new name (s) if available. Other information/stories on many of them. I would be pleased to do a lookup for anyone. Please use this e-mail address when posting. email@example.com " Thanks. Steve Sherwood, Kennesaw, GA
(New) Annette Corbell <firstname.lastname@example.org> is willing to do lookups in Collinsville, OK. She also have access to the 1907-1987 marriage index for Tulsa County and could do lookups. Also for a fee will research in OK, AR, MO & KS. I'm willing to do just about any kind of genealogical research anyone wants.
In addition my family lived in Mayes County. They were the Wynns listed there in 1910 and continuing unto current day. I also research the Peckenpaugh family who are from Mayes County. In Cherokee County, where do I even start, my husband's indian ancestors are buried in a cemetery just off Highway 82. His great great great grandfather was an interpreter for BIA when he first came to Indian Territory. Web site: www.okiekin.com
(NEW)-Christy Walton <email@example.com might be willing to go to the Park Grove Cemetery and take pictures for people.
Virginia Burke now has some photo copies of the following, from which she can and will do lookups:
1. White Church Cemetery, Broken Arrow
2. Haikey Cemetery, Jenks
3. Wealaka Cemetery
4. "Early burials in Oaklawn Cemetery" by Roscoe and Edith Suggs, 1969
5. Plus three small private cemeteries in the Bixby area. (one has 6,one has 8 and one with 10) all appearing in the TGS 'Tulsa Annals"
"The Beginning of Tulsa". Lists about 168 personal write-ups (now on line). Check out the names.
SOME OTHER TULSA COUNTY RESOURCES
3 volume set with biographies
Claudia Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org
The Book Sapulpa by Sapulpa Historical Society Bill Mitchell email@example.com Central High Yearbooks of 1928 & 1929 Elaine Husain Dr. and Mrs. M. Husain
Central High Class of 1929 & 1948
Central High Yearbook 1941 Gloria Spurlock firstname.lastname@example.org Central High Yearbook 1944,1945, and 1946 Joan T. Case email@example.com Central High Yearbook 1934 Barbara HolmanBE@aol.com
Rogers High Yearbook 1964
Wendy Gayle WendyGalyle
Rogers High Yearbook 1952,1953
Jeff B. Smith GunneyJay@sssnet.com Union School Alumni Book 1996 Jeff B. Smith GunneyJay@sssnet.com Webster Warrior for 1947,1948 & 50th Reunion Supplement for Class of 1948 Pat PATSYGENIE@aol.com 1935 Woodrow Wilson
Junior High Yearbook
Virginia Burke firstname.lastname@example.org MCRD San Diego, CA Boot Camp Book (Plat 294,295,296-Year 1954) Jeff B. Smith GunneyJay@sssnet.com
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