The "possible" death of George...typed as Waldorf http://www.okcemeteries.net/kingfisher/newspaper/death31.htmhttp://www.okcemeteries.net/kingfisher/newspaper/death31.htm It shows "G. Waldorf, June 25th, age 70."George was born in 1868/1869 by records, he would have been 70 in 1930 if born after June 1869.The enumeration was on April 11th.There were no Waldorf's in that census of Kingfisher Co.
The Bureau of Land Management has a database of land patents: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/search/default.aspxhttp://www.glorecords.blm.gov/search/default.aspx It shows George H. Walford obtained 160 acres of land on 6/19/1896 in Payne County.Township 18 North, Range 2 East, Section 29, the NorthWest Quarter of that Section.Since George was in Kingfisher Co in 1900, I didn't look for this land.
William A. Walford obtained 160 acres of land on 6/25/1901 in Kingfisher Co.By 1910, William was in Chickasaw, Grady Co, OK, then by 1920 was in Sparta.
A Section of land is one square mile in size and contains 640 acres.The red colored "33" is Section 33.Dividing that block into quarters, he owned the bottom right corner...the South East Quarter. At the top left corner, use the zoom out function to go out in size up to the fifth block from the bottom.You will see the town of Kingfisher, State Route 33 running East to West, and Interstate 81 going from North to South. --The location of this land is only important "IF" George had taken over this land from William.
Nearby places to this land:(in order by distance) Indian Cemetery; Oklahoma: Kingfisher Co. -98.1192, 35.8272, ( 1157 ft ) at a distance of 5932 m Alpha; Oklahoma: Kingfisher Co. -98.1003, 35.8703, ( 1168 ft ) at a distance of 7028 m Little Otter Creek mouth; Oklahoma: Kingfisher Co. -98.1272, 35.8497 at a distance of 7405 m Mount Pisgah Cemetery; Oklahoma: Kingfisher Co. -98.0831, 35.7547, ( 1207 ft ) at a distance of 7619 m Greenwood Cemetery; Oklahoma: Kingfisher Co. -98.0836, 35.8919, ( 1214 ft ) at a distance of 8487 m --As you can see there are two cemeteries listed close to the land.
Cemetery Records This is a partial list of articles about Kingfisher County in Genealogical Periodicals. Check with your local genealogical library for copies of these issues, or order copies of the articles from Allen County Public Library in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Notice of special offer: In order to provide a greater number of lookups and online information, I'm making this offer (I hope) you can't refuse: If you have a copy of any article below that I don't have, I will send you a copy of any article I do have in exchange. E-mail me at email@example.com for details! "Grimes Cemetery" Vol. 1 No. 2 Mar 1956 --You might be able to obtain info direct http://www.okgensoc.org/about.htmhttp://www.okgensoc.org/about.htm(I do NOT like to send people to a location that charges, but am doing so in the event you wish to try this method).