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Seeking info on Harry S. Whitson - Born 1832. Wife - Elaine (Mattie) He was sheriff at 101 ranch sometime between 1910-1920. Daughter - Edna K. Whitson born there on Dec. 5, 1911. He died in 1928 and is buried in Fay, OK. His granddaughter seeks info and pics.
Hi, My grandfather was in the 101 Wild West Show in the early 1900's. His real name was Robert Jesse Craft. He changed it to West. Robert Jesse West. His fathers name was John. I was wondering who John West was? If that could be him? Do you know how I can find out any information on him? His name in the 101 Wild West Show was Montana Slim, although I think he was originally from Michigan. He may have been Indian. I would appreciate any info that you may have. Thank-you, Edie
My grandfather, Robert Wolf traveled with the Miller Brothers 101 during the 20s (I think). He was known as Captain Flash, a high diver whos specialty was diving into a small burning tub of water. Does anyone remember him or have any other stories about him? - Thanks
I am looking for info on Thomas Walker and his son William R. Walker
My uncle, aunt and father were all part of this show during the depression they were FRED & Claudia Williams,( Raymond Doxtater/Doxtator, he was only about 16 when he was in the show)I am trying to find out any information or pictures.
I am looking for information on J.C. and Laura Weldon from your 1922-1944 101 Ranch Residents, Kay County, Miller Township Register list.
Any information on either of these people would be extremely helpful.
my mothers dad was bill waybourn, aka oklahoma red, he supposedly spent some time working on the 101 ranch, he was also the man who rode the strawberry roan in muskogee okla. in 1913, he was born at pryor creek,okla. april 28 1887, part cherokee
Bert C Watkins
I would like to find proof of my dad working for the 101 ranch. As I am writing our family history. Dad's name was Bert C Watkins.
His son Ralph
Hazel Agnes (Wedderien) Walker, Cowgirl Extraordinaire
I am seeking information on my great aunt, Hazel Walker, born 1889 in California, who travelled the very early rodeo circuit in the teens, competing in bronco busting, trick riding, relay race, and pony race. She competed at the Pendleton Round-Up(1912, 1913, 1916), Calgary Stampede (1912), Winnipeg Stampede (1913), and Los Angeles rodeo, 1912 and 1913. Probably more, but this is what I've found so far. She was married to a cowboy named Frank Walker. She was reportedly connected with the 101 Ranch in some form, time unknown, but most likely between 1905 and 1920.
Can anyone help me make the 101 Ranch - Hazel Walker connection?
Thanks in advance.
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Any information on Curly Wetzel. Thanks
Leslie Wetzel Banks
1980 Paloma Drive
Washington Utah 84780
I am looking for Wesley and Alice Wright. Both are said to be buried in the Blackwell area. I have been to the Blackwell city cemetery, the Lutheren and the Methodist Prarie Cemetery as well as Braman. Wesley died February 2, 1943 and Alice in 1954. They are to have come to Oklahoma around 1900 where Wesley worked as a hand on the 101 Ranch. Wesley and Alice had 7 children all raised in Blackwell. Any help would be much appreciated.
Cliff Wright firstname.lastname@example.org