posted on May, 14 2017 @ 11:27 AM
AS I search through my families genealogy it seems that history has changed, that things I was raised to know through oral interpretations and even
early online searches tend to change as the years go by. At first, I thought perhaps it was a simple case of not remembering the sites I visited to
and information, however the further I get from the original dates of my first searches the less I find of my original searches.
I am finding more anomalies each time I jump on to try another angle for my queries, and it appears that history either simply begins after my
questions or in some cases does not match what I have previously read, researched or know to be the truth.
There are 3 family connections I have in mind which are becoming more frustrating for me each time I set out to make inquiries, they are as follow in
no particular order:
1. My Native American side which should be fairly easy to connect with as my Great Grandparents were documented to have died in a Tornado back in
1933. My search for answers to this family connection has really been the icing on the cake as even the Dawes rolls seemed to have changed. Death
records which were easy to find at one point have simply disappeared from public record. I have tried newspaper archives to no avail when searching
for more information to this deadly tornadic event. My older computers where I have stored information are long dead and gone due to viruses and
electrical outages. Here is proof of them having died in the event via NOAA archives but their names have been omitted now and I can not find them
any place I look.
ID # Date Time
(yards) F-Scale Killed Injured County Path
33-1 04/19/1933 1900 15 880 2 25 Grady Agawam - NE of Chickasha
**I will return with another family search, my Studebaker heritage***