Doolin Family, Oilton, Oklahoma

Doolin Family, Oilton, Oklahoma

Wallace, Marion Doolin, Wife Clara, Alice Tunnell Robinson Lanford, Walter Jay, Fern Ann Doolin Peck, Vesta Doolin Terrell, Stella Doolin, Beaula Doolin Beabout, Bernice Doolin Farrow, Raymond Marion Doolin, Wallace Blair, and Charles Edwin Doolin.

About 1920 Oilton, OK.


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my grandmother

What a wonderful surprise to find this picture while surfing the web. I remember seeing this picture as a small child at my grandmother's house in Oilton, Ok. I called all of her sisters and brothers Aunt and Uncle. What wonderful games and stories they told and played with my sister and I. My grandmother is Beaula Beabout and my father was her youngest child, Walter Blair Beabout. Thank you for posting this pic and bringing back some really good memories.

My grandfather was Howard

My grandfather was Howard Beabout. Beaula was my great grandmother. I remember her great laugh.

doolin family

we run an estate auction in ventura ,calif california auctioneers ,recently sold butch cassidity's 45 colt and a signature of Emmett Dalton plus other wild west articles. the fact is i grew up in oilton and drumright my grand parents lived on a farm east of oilton ,near manford. my dad had a appliance store in oilton next door to the Doolin pool hall he would tell us about the sheriff and the dry creek county. if you want i will elaborate. yours, john eubanks

Oilton historical Museum

Hellow there!
I am the Oilton Chamber or Commerce president. I enjoyed reading your article! We are going to be starting a historical museum on mainstreet and would love to hear more about your grandparents and the appliance store. Any information you have about Oilton will help our museum and the community and all who stop by our new museum to undersrtand why we love our town so much. Without your grandparents and all who once lived here, Oilton would not be the town it is today! We would really appreciate to hear back from you soon!

Kathleen D.

Oilton community

My grandfather, Archie McDonald had an (wooden) oil rig building company in Oil in the 19-teens. I have a (copy) of his letterhead that I would be willing to share. My mother was a young teen in Oilton, graduating from the high school. My parents returned there in 1924 where my father worked for Kerr-McGee Oil Co. and my mother taught school in the Buckeye community. They lived in the Oilton/Drumright/Cushing are until 1952. Three daughters (including me) were born in the area.

Please respond if you are interested in more information. Thank you for your effort to establish a museum.
Linda in Central Texas

Where was the doolin pool

Where was the doolin pool hall?