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Re: Ellie Hall married Smith Doolittle?
Posted by: Denise Reid Date: October 25, 2001 at 19:42:18
In Reply to: Re: Ellie Hall married Smith Doolittle? by Edward Doolittle of 788

Hi Edward, a pleasure to meet you......okay here goes the connection. Mary Ella Hall is the daughter of William M. Hall and Nancy E. Fisher........Nancy is the sister to my ggrandfather George A. Fisher. Ella was living with George and his son Monroe in the 1910 census for Mayes County, Oklahoma. Next door to George lived Smith Doolittle and down the way are listed the rest of the Doolittle's. Well my father is the son of Monroe Fisher, and dad told me that Monroe had cousins named Smith and Ellie Doolittle, but that was all he could remember about the doolittle family. Through much searching I finally found someone who lived in the Mayes county oklahoma area, that confirmed Smith and Ellie Doolittle were married and had no children. They are buried in the Dawes Cemetery in Mayes county, Oklahoma.(but this cemetery is just about 2 to 3 miles out of Chelsea, Oklahoma which is in Rogers County. The cemetery in just over the Mayes/Rogers line. There are many doolittle descendants still living in the Chelsea, Rogers county, Oklahoma area; and many are buried in the Chelsea about you, how do you descend from this line? may also email me direct, if you like at alot, denise reid

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