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Re: Shoemake's from Porum OK- Charley or JA Shoemake
Posted by: Stephanie Mathews (ID *****2298) Date: April 07, 2007 at 12:52:58
In Reply to: Re: Shoemake's from Porum OK- Charley or JA Shoemake by Ann Bowman of 558

Tillman's other wives were
Elizabeth ( Bette) Shoemake [niece of JA and Charley Shoemake](ch. Mary, William [Bud], and Ellis) there's a Molly in here somewhere but I haven't found her unless its Mary. Molly married a Bery or Barry White

Minnie Gibson (ch Ira, Charles, and John [Frank] ),

Ella Nichols (I believe she may have died in childbirth) - who was the mother of Ola Belle and Jessie.

Lizzie Snoffer - ch Walter (Pete) Collins who was a sheriff Deputy in Arvin, CA, we think his
mother was Lizzie.

Tillman died, two years after this 1910 census, of heat stroke.

Each of the girls (Jessie and Ola Belle) married in to the Starr Family.

Ola Belle married Oscar Barnes, ( Amon and Alene) who's mother was Wenona,
sister to Sam Starr. Tillman's land was adjacent to this land.

Jessie married Paul Keith ( Bernice and Ruby), who's father was Freeman Wm.
Keith, a cousin somehow.

Interestingly, Grandpa Frank's wife Mary [Gramma Lucy] is also related to
the Starr family through her aunt(s) marriages into the West ( Richard and J
Wesley) family.

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