Imigration from Lamar Co. Al. to Red ...

Imigration from Lamar Co. Al. to Red Oak Ok. by train and wagons.

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Edward Clardy

United States

#1 Mar 9, 2006
Do you have the SURNAMES of the people from Lamar Co. Al. that rented land from the Indians In and around Red Oak OK. Lodi was one location they settled.
I belive John Vina Clardy was one.
These people was there before OK. became a STATE.
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Thanks
msbobbie

United States

#2 Mar 10, 2006
I grew up in the Lodi community in the 1950's. I do not recall the name "Clardy". Some of the older (non Indian) family names I do recall were Gallager, Hardaway, Free, Ramer, Ryans, I am sure there were more. There is an old cemetary at Lodi the National Historical Society cleaned up and fenced 15-20 years ago. It is called BIG BRUSHY CEMETARY. I also have a booklet published by the National Historical Society named THE EDWARDS STORE or OLD RED OAK. This store was a trading post/stage coach stop and located SE of Lodi about 5 miles. It was operated by a man named Thomas Edwards who imigrated to the area from England through New Zeland to the gulf coast of the United States as a single man and married a Hardaway woman when he reached Indian Territory. They had no children. There are 50+ names of residents of the area listed in this book. I would be happy to copy and mail it to you.
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David Martin

Oklahoma City, OK

#3 Mar 14, 2006
Edward Clardy wrote:
Do you have the SURNAMES of the people from Lamar Co. Al. that rented land from the Indians In and around Red Oak OK. Lodi was one location they settled.
I belive John Vina Clardy was one.
These people was there before OK. became a STATE.
[email protected]
Thanks
Oklahoma territory 1894 map shows lodi just n of redoak close to walls and kennady. Shows no areas named clardy, If indeed they settled there. they dont show up as a name on this Map, But you have intriuged me and I will check this out for you.
msbobbie

United States

#4 Mar 21, 2006
Before statehood, what is now Latimer County, where Red Oak is located, was called Gaines County (Indian Territory).
msbobbie

United States

#5 Apr 11, 2006
David Martin wrote:
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Oklahoma territory 1894 map shows lodi just n of redoak close to walls and kennady. Shows no areas named clardy, If indeed they settled there. they dont show up as a name on this Map, But you have intriuged me and I will check this out for you.
Communities closer to Lodi than Walls and Kannady, were Rock Creek, Boggy, Norris and Cedars.

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