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Re: Pappan - Early 1900s
Posted by: M Date: November 14, 2000 at 09:59:47
In Reply to: Pappan - Early 1900s by Ken Hollowell of 35

Some of the Pappans in and around Oklahoma can also be on the Osage Rolls. This name has married into some of my family's lines is the reason I know that. The Kaw Nation is headquartered at Kaw City, OK and the Osage Nation is at Pawhuska, OK. Do you have more information on the two individuals you are seeking? I would be glad to look through what information I have to see if that could help. There are also Pappans buried at Pawhuska and at Ponca City, OK. You might have some luck checking with the cemetery offices at these two towns. There are some books regarding Kay County. I don't remember who compiled the information but you might check and see if the county has a historical or genealogical society, or even at the library at Newkirk or the Oklahoma Historical Society in OKC. I've seen a book at the Tulsa Benson-Shusterman Library. Good luck!


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