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Oklahoma
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Thinking of my Cherokee County, Oklahoma relatives.

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Gonna' strap-on the ol' oxygen bottle and go over to my mother's place t oshovel some frickin' snow...ugh.  I'll try to remember to get some pics of my GGrandfather and my GUncle on horseback and share them with ya'll city slicker dems.
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Didn't find the pics I was looking for.  There's lots of 'em and had little time.  I did find a picture of my Great Grandfather's livery stable in Okmulgee, OK in the late 1800s.  I'm told that Grand Dad used the wagon in the picture to haul mail between Okmulgee and Muskogee.


.pdf   AB MCGill.pdf (Size: 161.38 KB / Downloads: 7)

He musta' made a good living because he adopted a couple of boys and one of them was Pinky Gist who later became a rodeo clown.


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