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1. Title:   Find a Grave cemetery database

a. Note:   Information from Find a Grave Anderson Jane (Ank) Molloy was the 9th child out of 11 of Abel Ferrio & Hanna (Asbury) Molloy. His brothers and sisters were, Unknown, William Asbury, Letitia Oletha, Powhattan Bolen, Thomas Jefferson, Fleming Andrew, James Ballard, Mary E., Robert Augustas & Moses Kyle Molloy.
 March 11, 1875 he was marrried to Altha Adelaide Jerome, Daughter of Orrin Stephen & Phoeba (Davis) Jerome in Linn County Missouri. Altha was 1st. married to John William Stone, Dec. 24, 1871. Altha & John had one child, John Robert Stone.
 Anderson & Altha had eight children, Daniel A. (Bert), Phoebe H. (Kane), Eunice L (Adams), Orein Abel, Arthur G., Ora Ethel (Mcguire, Noah), Leroy & Luther W. Molloy.
 The Molloy family came to Oklahoma Territory settling first north of Guthrie Okla.
 Mr. Molloy took a claim one mile south and six miles east of Perkins Oklahoma in 1891. Described as the SW 1/4 of Section 7, Twp. 17, Range 4 East. The farm remained in the Molloy family until just recently.
 The first wood frame home built on this homestead was lost in a fire. Adelaide Molloy had fancied up her home by covering the bare walls with muslin. One evening while returning from the cotton field two of the Molloy children, Roy and Ethel were attempting to light the kerosene lamp when it overturned and caught the muslin on fire. Soon the whole house was in flames and the family lost all their clothes and household possesions.
 Anderson J. (Ank) Molloy passed away in 1892 and July 3, 1905 Adelaide married Hyram Myrick a widower. Three children died before Adalaide, Authur, Orin, & Leroy. Authur died at age 11 just before Roland Gooch and was the first person burried at the Oakdale Cemetery, given by Roland Gooch. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.