Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma

 

CARLILE, SON

The first baby borned in McLoud was borned on Sunday, August 25, 1895 to Mr. and Mrs. I (J) W. Carlile, a ten pound baby boy. We hope the little fellow will grow up to be an honored citizen of our city and in future years can point back with pride to the fact that he was the first person borned within the lines of the city of McLoud.

J. W. Carlile has ordered the paper sent to his mother, Mrs. S. J. Carlile, Springdalle, Ark.

Source: The McLoud News, McLout, O. T., Saturday, August 31, 1895, Vol. II, No. #, Page 4, Col. 5, submitted by Joretta Weaver

JACKSON, SON

Bouncing boy was born Tuesday night to Foster Jackson and wife Violet. The youngster tipped the scales at eleven pounds and is still growing. Jackson thinks he will be big enough to pick cotton by fall.

Source: The Konawa Chief, #16, page 13, col. 3, March 10, 1905, submitted by Joretta Weaver

Name at Birth

Date of Birth

Father's Name

Mother's Maiden Name

Dyer, Vernie Martin June 16, 1908 Dock David Dyer Edna Blanche Helm
Dyer, Virgil Wallace August 13, 1910 Dock David Dyer Edna Blanche Helm
Littleton, Bessie February 4, 1898 John Wesley Littleton Edna Blanche Helm
Littleton, Thad Wesley August 23, 1896 John Wesley Littleton Edna Blanche Helm
Littleton, Willia Jean January 25, 1901 John Wesley Littleton Edna Blanche Helm
Seay, Frank H. September 5, 1938    




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