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Novotny, Clarence
Novotny, Clarence
. . Clarence J Novotny was educated in the public schools of Yankton, South Dakota, where he graduated with the class of 1899 from high school Three years later he was graduated from Yankton College with the degree of Bachelor of Laws. While a student in the law school he also took special courses in the School of Political Science of the same university . .  
 
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Nugent, Levi
Nugent, Levi
Levi served in the War of 1812. Soon after the close of said War he settled on White River, in this county, near Old Palestine. and resided in this county until the day of his death. 
 
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Oklahoma City Hardware Company
Oklahoma City Hardware Company
A leader among them is the Oklahoma City Hardware Company, one of the largest wholesale concerns of the entire southwest.
The Oklahoman, (Oklahoma City), 10 March 1907. 
 
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Olga's Swanda Svejkovsky Family Story
Olga's Swanda Svejkovsky Family Story
Olga Elizabeth Swanda was the daughter of Charles Swanda and Emma Vodiska. She married William Svejkovsky in 1924 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Many years later, possibly in 1963 and 1984, she wrote two lovely accounts of her family which are included in the Svejkovsky family history that was compiled by Aline Svejkovsky Garrett. 
 
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Our Immigrant Soper Family
Our Immigrant Soper Family
Our Immigrant Soper Family: A Narrative by Berniece Lebeda Brown, 1976. 
 
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Paulus, Elsie
Paulus, Elsie
Elsie Paulus Sharbrough, 76, of McAlester . . . was born June 2, 1935, in Oklahoma City. She was the daughter of David Dare and Elsie Pearl (Buckley) Paulus. She was raised in Oklahoma City and graduated from Cassidy High School. 
 
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Price, Meredith
Price, Meredith
[1726] . . In the Name of God Amen. I Meriday Price of the County King George in Sittenbourn Parish being weak in body but of perfect sense and memory thanks be to God . .  
 
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Reyburn, Samuel
Reyburn, Samuel
Samuel A. Reyburn was the son of Joseph N . . He was born in Caledonia, Washington county, Missouri, and was there reared. He became a man of some public prominence and usefulness . .  
 
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Reynolds, Norman Eben
Reynolds, Norman Eben
Attorney Dies In Home Here; Norman E Reynolds sr, 64, longtime attorney in Oklahoma, died Thursday afternoon . .
The Oklahoman; (Oklahoma City) 6 Feb 1953. 
 
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Reynolds, Norman Eben
Reynolds, Norman Eben
REYNOLDS Norman Eben Reynolds Jr. (12-1-19 to 3-5-01), was born in Muskogee, OK, to Norman Eben and Virginia Elizabeth Boyd Reynolds.
The Daily Oklahoman, Friday March 9, 2001.  
 
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Richard, Fred
Richard, Fred
Poison for Rats Eaten in Error; Baker Dies; Dallas Morning News (Dallas, Texas); 1 March 1939. 
 
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Robinson and Van Lear - Three Letters
Robinson and Van Lear - Three Letters
James Robinson was probably born between 1770 - 1780 in Virginia. At this point very little is known about him, but he is very important to my Robinson and Van Lear story! All that I know about this James Robinson comes from several letters that were exchanged between him and Jacob Van Lear of Augusta county Virginia. 
 
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Robinson, Archibald
Robinson, Archibald
Washington County Missouri History
submitted by Charlotte M Hill, Kansas City Missouri.  
 
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Robinson, Cora Eugenia
Robinson, Cora Eugenia
Cora E. Murphy, nee Robinson, was born in Bonne Terre . . She was united in marriage to Dr. J. W. Turley on June 2, 1899 . . On Dec. 3, 1916 she was married to Edward Murphy . .  
 
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Robinson, Elizabeth
Robinson, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Robinson was the youngest daughter of Archibald Robinson and Jane VanLear. She was born about 1831 . . she was married to Richard Terrill in 1848 in Washington county Missouri and she also gave birth to her first child in that year. 
 
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Robinson, James
Robinson, James
James Robinson (1769 - 1854) . . he was born in Ireland . . He appears in Washington county Missouri before 1820. He was first married to Jane, probably in Ireland, and later married Tabitha Chadbourne in 1831 Washington county Missouri. 
 
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Robinson, James
Robinson, James
James Robinson was born in 1787 Kentucky (confirmed in 1850 census). Many researchers name his wife as Elizabeth McClure, but that is not proven. 
 
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Robinson, John
Robinson, John
Most researchers indicate that John Robinson (married Gertrude Van Lear) is the brother of Col David Robinson who died 1806 in Fayette county Kentucky, and Col William Robinson who died 1814 in Clark county Kentucky. Their Wills, and numerous other documents attest to a relationship between the three men . . .  
 
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Robinson, Margaret Jane
Robinson, Margaret Jane
Margaret Jane Robinson was born in 1826 in Washington county Missiouri, the daughter of Archibald Robinson and Jane Van Lear. Casual references refer to her as Jane. In 1844 she was married to Sam Reyburn.  
 
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Robinson, Mary
Robinson, Mary
Mary Robinson was born about 1828 in Washington county Missouri, the daughter of Archibald Robinson and Jane Van Lear. She was married about 1847 to Jesse Evans . . The young couple took up residence in Washington county Missouri.
 
 
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Robinson, Preston Mcgrady
Robinson, Preston Mcgrady
Preston McGrady Robinson, son of Archibald Robinson and Jane VanLear, was born on a farm near Caledonia, Washington county Missouri on 8 July 1820 . . .  
 
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Robinson, Preston McGready
Robinson, Preston McGready
Will for Preston M Robinson, dated 18 March 1903, Washington County Missouri. 
 
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Robinson, Sarah Ann
Robinson, Sarah Ann
Sarah Ann Robinson was probably the first child of her parents Archibald Robinson and Jane Van Lear. She was married to Wilkenson Hewitt, Lorenzo Dow Burgess, and possibly William Barnett.
 
 
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Robinson, William Thomas
Robinson, William Thomas
William Thomas Robinson and Margaret Ellen Foshee (Forshee).  
 
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Rowland, Blanch Bernice
Rowland, Blanch Bernice
Mrs Clarkson Dies in Hospital
Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), 23 March 1953. 
 
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Royse, Frederick
Royse, Frederick
. . . Frederick Royse was about sixty years old when he established the town of Fredericksburg. He lived out the rest of his life on a nearby farm. 
 
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Ruzicka, Mary Annie
Ruzicka, Mary Annie
Rosary for Mrs Mary (Ruzicka) Swanda, 78, Locust Grove . . Mrs Swanda was born in North Dakota and came to Yukon in 1903. 
 
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Selement, Frank Joseph
Selement, Frank Joseph
Frank Joseph Selement was born December 4, 1887 near Coldwater, Kansas. His parents immigrated from Kroyta, county of Krolovice . . Czechoslovkia. On June 8, 1889 his parents filed claim to a farm near Yukon Oklahoma.  
 
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Sharbrough, DeVan
Sharbrough, DeVan
Wayne DeVan Sharbrough Jr . . . Born June 7, 1934, in Laurel, Miss., he was the son of Wayne DeVan and Thera (Hutchison) Sharbrough. He was a Tulsa attorney and businessman. He was a Lt. Commander in the United States Navy . . .  
 
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Shephard, Nellie
Shephard, Nellie
Obituary of Nellie Shephard Dalbey. 
 
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Sinopoulo, James
Sinopoulo, James
James Sinopoulo, 56 years old, a resident of Oklahoma City for 30 years and operator of the Delmar Cafe in the 200 block West Grand avenue for several years . .  
 
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Slaughter Family Summary
Slaughter Family Summary
by Aubin Clarkson Hutchison, 22 February 1999; Updated June 2013, by Pamela Hutchison Garrett 
 
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Slaughter, Robert
Slaughter, Robert
Will of Robert Slaughter - Culpeper County Virginia; 1769 . . In the name of God Amen. I Robert Slaughter of the Parish of St. Mark in the County of Culpeper being through God's mercies of sound mind . .  
 
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Slaughter, Robert
Slaughter, Robert
Will of Robert Slaughter - Essex County Virginia; 1726 . . To my loving wife Francis [Frances] Slaughter . .  
 
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Smith, Augustine
Smith, Augustine
Will of Augustine Smith - parish of St Mark's in the county of Orange . . 1736 . . To my son Thomas Smith twenty shillings . .  
 
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Smith, Lula
Smith, Lula
Obituary of Lula Smith Tanner.  
 
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Soper, Anton Ben 'AB'
Soper, Anton Ben "AB"
AB Soper, 63-year-old Oklahoma City oilman . . Born in Czechoslovakia, he came to near Garber (oklahoma) as an infant with his parents . .  
 
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Soper, Frances 'Fannie'
Soper, Frances "Fannie"
. . Once Fanny was coming home to her family on a chilly, windy day, riding a horse. She was all wrapped up and leaning, barely able to stay on her horse . .  
 
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Soper, Joseph
Soper, Joseph
Joseph Sopr and Anna Housner and children were our immigrant Sopr family . . Among the possessions my grandfather brought over from Bohemia was his pipe which had his name painted on the china bowl portion-Josef Sopr . .  
 
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Soper, Mary
Soper, Mary
Mother (Mary Soper) was so tiny at birth, probably premature, that she fit into a grape basket and a teacup would cover her head . .  
 
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Soper, Mary
Soper, Mary
Sister Mary Svanda passed away 1961 at her home in Yukon, Oklahoma . . She was born 1875 in Czechoslovakia and came to this country at the age of 17 years with her parents. 
 
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Stewart, Emma Elizabeth
Stewart, Emma Elizabeth
Obituary of Emma Stewart Mangum, 1973, Crosbytown Texas 
 
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Stewart-Underwood Marriage
Stewart-Underwood Marriage
At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Underwood, Tuesday evening, Luther Stewart and Miss Nellie Underwood were joined together in the holy bonds of matrimony, . .  
 
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Svejkovsky - Swanda Marriage
Svejkovsky - Swanda Marriage
Frank A Svejkovsky, our jeweler, made himself a fine Christmas present by getting a jewel of a wife, Miss Allie Swanda . . 1922 
 
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Svejkovsky, Edward Charles
Svejkovsky, Edward Charles
EC Svejkovsky Dead at 79 . . Svejkovsky was born on a farm southeast of Yukon, and lived in the area all his life. 
 
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Svejkovsky, Frank
Svejkovsky, Frank
Frank Svejkovsky Sr died at Oklahoma City, December 31, 1929 . . He was born in Johnson county, Iowa October 1 1862. He was married to Bozana Fridrich . .  
 
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Svejkovsky, Frank A
Svejkovsky, Frank A
Brother Frank A Svejkovsky, 87, of Yukon Oklahoma . . He was born March 11, 1891 to Frank and Bozena (Fridrich) Svejkovsky in Tabor, South Dakota and moved to Oklahoma with his parents that same year . . He married Allie Swanda . .  
 
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Svejkovsky, Henry
Svejkovsky, Henry
. . Frank and Bozina farmed with their children, both quarter sections until 1922, when they sold the south farm to my father Henry Svejkovsky, where my brother Joe and I live. The family sometimes traveled the four miles between farms daily . .  
 
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Svejkovsky, Joseph
Svejkovsky, Joseph
Joe F Svejkovsky, 87, early day Yukon merchant . . He was an uncle of Frank A Svejkovsky, Clarence Svejkovsky, Henry Svejkovsky, and William Svejkovsky, all of Yukon . .  
 
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Svejkovsky, William
Svejkovsky, William
Services for William Svejkovsky, an Oklahoma City inventor and businessman . . He invented and patented the Circulair Floor Furnace, which he manufactured and marketed in Oklahoma . .  
 

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