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PARRY

Twin cowgirl performers the Parry sisters performed at the 101 Ranch; I am curious to hear any information you might have about them, such as when they performed and their first names, for use in a children's book about twins.
Thanks

Wesley

PERRY SISTERS(Parry)

I AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFO ON ETHYLE AND JUANITA PERRY WHO LIVED AT THE 101 RANCH LATE 1800- 1917   //////  THANK YOU
PAM GORDON
MOONDANCE@MEANS.NET 

PHENIS

In searching my family history I believe that my GreatGrandpa's brother worked at the 101 Ranch sometime between 1921 and 1924 as a cook.  His name is Benjamin Harrison Phenis, maybe went by the name of Ben.  Also he met a woman by the name of Minnie Belle Morris who might of been a school teacher.  I would like to know if and when they worked at the ranch.  Also any other information of interest

rphenis.bie@beatricene.com

PEARCE

I am looking for information on Clarence Stanley Pearce.  I was told that he worked here in 1908 to maybe 1910?  He was a bantam weight boxer, among other things. He may have met his wife Mary Nettie Cooper (she was Native American) at the ranch.  Clarence was my Great Grandfather.  Thanks!!  Teresa Dugan

dugantc@columbus.rr.com

PERRY

My grandfather, Hugh Henry Perry, was a stunt rider in the 101 Wild West Show around 1909. He rode as "Henrietta O'Texas", possibly as a companion to Tom Mix's wife. He was apparently injured while riding at the Fall Fair in Seattle in 1909. If anyone has any information on my grandfather, I would love to hear from them.

aurorae@shaw.ca

Price

My Dad worked on the ranch in the 1920's. His name was Dwight L. Price. Just wondering if he could possibly be the L. Price listed "WW 1927"? He was born 09-15-1903 and was from Mississippi. He used to tell stories about the bear and also at one point one of the owner's sons dressed as an Indian & scared him so bad that he picked up a 2 x 4 and hit him with it.

Ruth Price
RPRICE@brgov.com

Chief Painted Horse

A couple of months ago I ask about a painting of an Indian Chief. The chiefs' name on the painting is Painted Horse. The painting was done around the turn of the century near or on the 101 ranch. That is what I was told when it was given to me in 1937 by friend who had lived near Tulsa on an oil lease. I would appreciate what information you can give me.
Thank you.

RexandDottie@aol.com

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