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Rev. Charles Journeycake

Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 15 Jul 2006 2:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Journeycake
I am not related, but did purchase a rppc (real picture postcard) off of ebay of the Journeycake home located in Old Alluwe.
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Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 7 Dec 2007 2:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Nov 2008 10:26AM GMT
May I have a scan to put on my Delaware Indian research web site please? There are several Journeycake researchers that would love the photo.
Raymonda Allen
abutterflyhill@aol.com

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 7 Dec 2007 4:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have sent you information on the site where I have posted a lot of the photo, and post card collection. For a copy of any of the collection you can just snag a copy from the site, I posted the images to share. For more listings of Oklahoma historical images, google "Other Oklahoma County Information" or http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~tammie/othercounty/othercount...
I also post information on the Oklahoma Cemeteries Mailing List. You can google that title or type in http://www.rootsweb.com/~okcemte/okcem.htm. The counties that I research are: Rogers, Tulsa, Okfuskee, Hughes, Latimer, and Pushmataha County. I think I have posted one Cemetery in Washington County.
We are always searching for people to add to the information posted on the Oklahoma Cemetery Mailing List, so visit the site, and enjoy.
Brenda S. Franklin
brendaf@atlasok.com

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 11 Nov 2008 1:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Journeycake
I am the great great great granddaughter of Charles Journeycake and just started working on our family tree. I have heard for years from my parents about his house. You can imagine how much I enjoyed finally seeing a picture of it. My parents were always sorry they did not move the house to Bartlesville before the house was destroyed. The area was flooded when a damn was built. Charles and Jane Journeycake's graves had to be moved to Nowata.

Thank you for sharing the photo.

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 24 Dec 2008 6:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have alot of information on the Journeycake line ,and
would love to trade information. My husband is related to
Isaac Newton Journeycake jr. but I've been working on the
whole line . Linda nowata@q.com

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 25 Dec 2008 9:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have the old Journeycake book ... if you need any information out of it let me know. Peggy

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 12:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
peggy,
Do you know when Polly Journeycake dau. of Isaac died
and who her husband ? Cox was.
Linda

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 1:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
One book says that Nancy Ketchum married ni- num -di- sund and their oldest
child married Isaac Journeycake and they had a daughter who married John T.
Smith

"Polly Journeycake b. 1848, ran away from home to marry a colored boy
called Alonzo Manley but her father brought her back home and forced her to
marry
Jacob Dick. She had a son, Joseph Manley, born in 1866 who may have been
given up for adoption. Then, she had Louisa Dick, Irene Dick b. 1868,
Almira C. Dick who married a Webber and had two children, and Amanda Dick
who married a Madden and had 4 children" Peggy

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 2:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Peggy,
Almira and Amanda are on the Wallace roll of free negroes
of cherokee delawares ,and their parents listed as Alonzo and Polly ,Joseph Manley was listed as just a freedman negroes
and his parents were Alonzo and Eliza Whitmire, Amanda
lived to be 103 .Polly said she was also married to a Cox
on her indian papers.
Linda

Re: Rev. Charles Journeycake

Posted: 14 Jul 2009 11:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
Charles Journeycake is my great great great great grandfather my grandmother remembers cleaning the buggy that he used. we also have certian items that belonged to him. one is a bank book that shows how he split money up with the tribe. my great grand father was clell armstrong
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