The "Old Home Place" abt 1900-1910

The "Old Home Place" abt 1900-1910
Earp Homestead located N. Keokuk Twp., SE 1/4 S6 T15N R6E, Lincoln CO., OK, or 3 miles north and 2 1/2 miles west of Stroud, OK.

The Earp Family Blog



THE EARP FAMILY BLOG



Here you'll find a family parlor for descendants and other kin of William Asbury and Mary Frances (Wright) Earp, who settled near Stroud (Lincoln Co.) Oklahoma Territory in 1892. May it be a resting place along the highway of time for all who pass this way. Come on in--the door's open. Sit down and rest a spell. Let's swap some stories and photographs from the treasure chest of time. Y'all come on in now, hear?

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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Avery, Oklahoma...An Oklahoma Ghost Town

This is an interesting link. Avery, OK was located south of Cushing and northwest of Stroud. Hughie and Arlie Earp lived there during their early marriage because their first son Ernie Earp was born there in 1917.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoPIscEZZjI

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting, Gerry! The article and video were really interesting to me. My folks lived in the area about 1930 while my dad taught school at the Sunny Side School (picture of it on the video). A lot of my Miller ancestors lived in the area, too: my great-grandfather, Andrew Jackson Miller, died there. We have been to the Avery Memorial Cemetery two or three times in the last few years and drove through what was once Avery. There is not much of anything left there now, hard to believe that there was so much there at one time. Very interesting article and video!

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  2. Directions to find Avery: From Stroud, Lincoln Co., OK, on OK Hwy 99, go north until you come to farm road #E0780, turn west and go about 4 miles.

    From Agra, Lincoln Co., OK, turn east onto Agra Avery Road and go about 7 miles. Agra is located abt 15 niles north of Chandler on OK Hwy 18.

    Hope this helps "Anonymous" find Avery.

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