Evelynne Ritter

AncientFaces Member since Apr 27, 2015

About: Married 34 yrs, 3 daughters (33,30,29). Surnames include, but are not limited to: DAVIS, RITTER, LOGAN, SMITH (OKLAHOMA, GAGE COUNTY), HOFF/HUFF, GRIFFITH, MALONE, GOWEN, MILLS, BEALS, FULLILOVE, JOHNSON, TARBUSH, FLOYD, GOSS, PHILIPS/PHILLIPS, HITCHCOCK, CLEMMONS/CLEMMENS, BOSWELL, LUCKINBILL

Researching: Floyd, Johnson, Davis, Smith, Mills, Malone, Ritter, Logan, Beals, Griffith, Fullilove, Goss, Gowen, Hoffhuff, Tarbush

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Head photo of Miss Joe Kennedy of Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory (Oklahoma). This lady may be the "White Lady" of Guthrie.
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One of many of Guthrie's mansions. A faint wrtitng on the photo had the following words: "B(R)io(a)ugh House, Guthrie.
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Photo taken of a young couple and their two daughters, taken at their home.
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This picture was found emposed on the back of another photo. It has been scanned and detailed to the best of the submitters capability.
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(Back of postcard - front in previous photo)TO Mrs Mary E. Blats, from Earl (?). March 30 1919. Earl was a US Army Private in Paris after WWI. The photo was found in a store in Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma in 2002.
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(TO Mrs Mary E. Blats, from Earl (?))Portrait side of a postal card photo taken in France after WWI.See the details from the reverse side of photo card in the other photo.
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Wedding of my Maternal Grandparents. Marion Francis Logan & Merle Evelyn Griffith "Meg" Logan. Names of the Best Man, Maid of Honor and the two little girls are unknown.
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Peyton Pullen was my GGGrandfather. We are having problems solving information about his birth. His given name appears spelled as PEYTON, PAYTON, PADEN, PAYTEN, and PEYTEN.
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Evelynne Ritter The photo was taken after March 5th 1942, which is the offical date of the Navy SeaBees conception. The Navy SeaBees are still active in military construction. The two main bases are Gulfport, MS and Port Hueneme (Y-nee-mee, CA.
Aug 25, 2003 · posted to the photo Wm. Murlon 'Bob' Bobbitt, WWII, Navy CBees
Evelynne Ritter The men are laying a water line. Background, shows 2 flagpoles & possibly a command office. Appears it is a WWI era military base being preped for draftees.
Aug 11, 2003 · posted to the photo Unknown people