Horace James Petete

M, b. 29 April 1918
     Horace James Petete was born on 29 April 1918 at Jacobs Twp., Hughes Co., OK. He was the son of Emmitt Leroy Petete and Edna Martha Cain. Horace James Petete married Susie Jane Cully, daughter of Alec Cully and Nora (?), on 11 May 1941 at Seminole, Seminole Co., OK.

Hugh Petete

M, b. 7 September 1916
     Hugh Petete was born on 7 September 1916 at Coston Twp., Hughes Co., OK. He was the son of Emmitt Leroy Petete and Edna Martha Cain. Hugh Petete began military service in 1943 WW II Service

HOLDENVILLE DAILY NEWS
Sunday, January, 2, 1944
Cpl. Petete Sends Home Interesting Italian Souvenirs
Now the proud possession of the Emet Petete family, is a shipment of gifts from Italy-sent by their son, Cpl. Hugh Petete, who is serving there with the quartermasters corps of the 36th division. The shipment which had been on its way one month, was received here Thursday. Included in the shipment was a field percolator, about three inches high is complete with tiny lamp underneath and one-cup pot and a tiny steam pipe. A picture of Lucille, Cpl. Petete’s sister is already in the artistic shell frame. Cpl. Petete does “not write often but his letters are long and cheerful” his family said today.

Ivey Blanche Petete

F, b. 28 November 1883, d. 26 December 1955
     Note: AUNT BLANCHE
Aunt Blanche was born, Nov. 28, 1883, near Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama. The first child of James and Eudora Petete. The house was an old log house with a dog run down the middle. It was on the top a hill, over looking a river bottom. In this way the wind would help keep the mosquitoes blown away. It was said that the river bottom was a heaven for marlaria carrying mosquitoes. William Bryant Hollingsworth said there was a grave
yard back of the house, with several graves, people dieing from malaria. This may have had some thing to do with
the Petete family moving on. They moved over into Arkansas, around Judsonia in White county. Staying here from around 1892 to 1895 when they moved on to Houston, Arkansas. While here at Houston she met and married John Cheek, on Nov. 1, 1903. John and Blanche moved over close to Centerville, Yell county, that was where John was born. They farmed until
moving out to Indian Territory, I think it may have been some time in 1905, because James and Eudora left Houston and came to Holdenville in December of 1904. John and Blanche stayed at Centerville until they could sell their livestock and house. So it must have been some time in the early part of 1905, when they made their trip
out here. Ivey Blanche Petete was born on 28 November 1883 at Pickens Co., AL. She was the daughter of James Leroy Petete and Nancy Eudora Cockrell. Ivey Blanche Petete married John Wesley Cheek, son of Henry Cheek and Mary Poe, on 1 November 1903 at Houston, Perry Co., AR. Ivey Blanche Petete died on 26 December 1955 at Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK, at age 72 HOLDENVILLE DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, December 27, 1955
Rites Pending For Mrs. Blanche Cheek

Services are pending for Mrs. Ivey Blanche Cheek, who died at 6:50 p.m. Monday at her home, 513 W. 8th. Hudson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Cheek had been in ill health for more than a year before her death. Surviving are one son, Carl Cheek, Holdenville; four brothers, Emit Petete, Charlie Petete, Cecil Petete, all of Holdenville; and Coleman Petete, of Carlsbad, N.M; three sisters, Mrs. Anne Middleton, Mrs. Bessie Puckett, and Mrs. Mary House, all of Holdenville. She was buried on 28 December 1955 at Holdenville Cemetery, Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK.

Child of Ivey Blanche Petete and John Wesley Cheek

James Coleman Petete

M, b. 9 March 1900, d. 26 August 1976
     James Coleman Petete was born on 9 March 1900 at Houston, Perry Co., AR. He was the son of James Leroy Petete and Nancy Eudora Cockrell. James Coleman Petete married Veva House on 6 August 1937 at Wewoka, Seminole Co., OK. James Coleman Petete died on 26 August 1976 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK, at age 76 HOLDENVILLE DAILY NEWS
Friday, August 27, 1976
James Coleman Petete

James Coleman Petete, 76, of 512 East 7th, died in St. Anthony's Hospital in Okla. City at 6:45 a.m. Thursday. He was born in Houston, Ark. March 9, 1900 and came to Holdenville in 1904. He grew up in this area and was employed in Oklahoma oil fields for a number of years. In 1948 he went to work for International Minerals and Chemical in Carlsbad, N. M. Petete retired in 1965 and moved to Ada. He returned to Holdenville in 1969 and was active in senior citizens, was a member of East Main Church of Christ, and was a 32 degree Mason. He was married to Viva House at Wewoka, August 6, 1937. She survives him of the home. Also surviving are a sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Turpin; another sister-in-law, Mamie Petete of Holdenville survives and a number of nieces and nephews. Services will be Saturday 3:30 p.m. at the East Main Church of Christ with Minister John Hall officiating. Interment will be in Holdenville Cemetery. Hudson Funeral Home is in charge of services.

James Edgar Petete

M, b. 16 February 1924, d. 4 December 1983
     James Edgar Petete was born on 16 February 1924 at Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK. He was the son of Cecil Calvert Petete and Mamie Mae Brown. James Edgar Petete died on 4 December 1983 at Talihina, Le Flore Co., OK, at age 59 Obituary:
James Edker Petete, 320 South Bullitt, died Sunday at the Oklahoma Veterans Center in Talihina at the age of 59. He was born in Tulsa Feb. 16, 1924 and had lived in Holdenville most of his life.
He was a veteran of W W II and served in the United States Army. Survivors are one sister, Mary Evelyn Wilson and one brother-in-law Doyle Wilson of Holdenville, one sister in-law Mary Thelma Petete, Moore, and several nieces and nephews. Services were held today at 2:30 p.m. at Hudson Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Meredith Robinson officiating. Burial was in Holdenville Cemetery.

James Leroy Petete

M, b. 29 November 1854, d. 6 December 1910
     Note: HOLDENVILLE TIMES
Friday April 10, 1908
FARMER'S UNION IN HOLDENVILLE
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The City Again Honored by Organized
Industry--Welcome Address,
Response and Banquet

Holdenville was made unusually alive last Friday by the arrival of a large number of delegates from the twenty different Farmer's Union locals in Hughes county and upon assembling in Odd Fellow's hall Friday morning about 11 o'clock it was found that there were about 100 delegates and those interested in the good of the order, besides hundreds of people on the streets, visitors who had been drawn here to lend their aid and encouragement to a band of worthy co-workers in the interest of organized and intelligent labor.
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Following is a list of the places where local unions are established in Hughes county and the names of the delegates who attended their big quarterly meeting, and who were generously welcomed and handsomely entertained by the business men here last Friday and Saturday:
Oak Grove, C.B. Barksdale, A.M. Loftis, Robert Baird; Carson, J.A. Garrett; Guertie, G.L. Miller, W.R. Cecil; Beulah, J.W. Parkham, R.E. Garrett; Baker Branch, B.M. Hale, L. E. Votaw; Valley View, E.D. Blevins, A.J. Blevins; Texas Banner, Joe Armstrong, J.S. Aylor; Union Chapel, G. Ligon, T.E. Ligon, J.R. Ligon, W.A. Sutton, W.C. Ross; Pecan Grove, Tom Wilkes, G.F.Trogden, G.W. Moore; Round Prairie, S.T. Cypert; Salt Creek, Hampton Maddox, H.H.Vaught, M. D. Hensley, T.F. Mitchell; Spaulding, M. Bailey, J.E. Davis, J.E. Welch; Newburg, J.F. Hensley, N.J.Johnson, F.M. Hart, B.A. Johnson; Yeager, A.A. Green, R.B. Collins, J.J. Edwards, W.W. Balson; Hickory Grove, J.I. Waldrop, J.T. Bonds, W.J. Self; Paririe View . R.E. Bise, J.R. Watson; Benedict, G.W. Riley, W.T. Walton; Coston, J.L. Petete, J.A. Cooley; Holdenville, C.C. Leach, John A. Jacobs.

HOLDENVILLE TIMES
Friday, April 17, 1908
Township Meeting
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Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the township board of Jacobs township Hughes county, Oklahoma at the office of the county clerk in Holdenville, on the 22nd day of April, 1908. All claims against the township should be filed with the clerk prior to that date.

J.L. Petete
Township Clerk.

James Leroy Petete was born on 29 November 1854 at Pickens Co., AL.1 He was the son of Theodore L. Petete and Mary R. Windle. James Leroy Petete married Nancy Eudora Cockrell, daughter of Jacob Cockrell and Mary Fant, on 5 December 1882 at Pickens Co., AL. James Leroy Petete married Anna B. Cooper on 15 June 1910 at Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK. James Leroy Petete died on 6 December 1910 at Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK, at age 56. He was buried on 7 December 1910 at Holdenville Cemetery, Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK.

Children of James Leroy Petete and Nancy Eudora Cockrell

Citations

  1. [S2760] 1860 Federal Census, Pickens County, Alabama. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 20; FHL #803020.

Lyon Petete

M
     Lyon Petete was born at Pickens Co., AL. He was the son of Theodore L. Petete and Mary R. Windle.

Margaret Petete

F, b. 21 January 1926, d. 21 January 1926
     Margaret Petete died on 21 January 1926 at Yeager, Hughes Co., OK. She was born on 21 January 1926 at Yeager, Hughes Co., OK. She was the daughter of Cecil Calvert Petete and Mamie Mae Brown.

Margaret E. Petete

F, b. circa 1850
     Margaret E. Petete was born circa 1850 at Pickens Co., AL.1 She was the daughter of Theodore L. Petete and Mary R. Windle.

Citations

  1. [S2760] 1860 Federal Census, Pickens County, Alabama. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 20; FHL #803020.

Mary Criss Petete

F, b. circa 1856
     Mary Criss Petete was born circa 1856 at Pickens Co., AL.1 She was the daughter of Theodore L. Petete and Mary R. Windle. Mary Criss Petete married William Fledo Clardy on 19 October 1880 at Pickens Co., AL.

Citations

  1. [S2760] 1860 Federal Census, Pickens County, Alabama. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 20; FHL #803020.

Mary Elizabeth Petete

F, b. 18 April 1895, d. 4 April 1969
     Mary Elizabeth Petete was born on 18 April 1895 at Judsonia, White Co., AR. She was the daughter of James Leroy Petete and Nancy Eudora Cockrell. Mary Elizabeth Petete married Dudley Porter House on 21 January 1919 at Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK. Mary Elizabeth Petete died on 4 April 1969 at Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK, at age 73 HOLDENVILLE DAILY NEWS
Sunday, April 6, 1969
Mary Elizabeth House
Funeral Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Capital Heights Baptist Church for Mary Elizabeth House, 723 W. Main, who died Friday night at Boyce Manor Nursing Home. Rev. Euel Bowen will be officiating, assisted by Rev. David Hall. Burial will be in Holdenville Cemetery, under direction of Hobgood Funeral Home. Mrs. House was born April 8, 1895 at White County, Ark. She had lived in this community since 1903. Survivors are three brothers, Charley Petete, and Cecil Petete, both of Holdenville and Coleman Petete of Ada. Also one sister, Mrs. Bessie Puckett of Holdenville.

Spencer Paul Petete

M, b. 1 January 1927, d. 10 July 2008
     Spencer Paul Petete was born on 1 January 1927 at Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK. He was the son of Emmitt Leroy Petete and Edna Martha Cain. Spencer Paul Petete married Norma Lee Collis, daughter of John Collis and Myrtle Orsburn, on 24 August 1952 at Van Buren, Crawford Co., AR. Spencer Paul Petete died on 10 July 2008 at Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK, at age 81.

Susan Petete

F, b. 1848
     Susan Petete was born in 1848 at Pickens Co., AL.1 She was the daughter of Theodore L. Petete and Mary R. Windle.

Citations

  1. [S2760] 1860 Federal Census, Pickens County, Alabama. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 20; FHL #803020.

Theodore L. Petete

M, b. 9 October 1819, d. 15 June 1900
     Theodore L. Petete was born on 9 October 1819 at South Carolina.1 He was the son of William Petete and Margaret Davidson. Theodore L. Petete married Mary R. Windle, daughter of Andrew Moore Windle and Elizabeth McDowell, on 30 January 1843 at Noxubee Co., MS, Info from Spencer Petete, great-grandson of Mary R. Windle. Theodore L. Petete lived in 1870 at Bostic Precinct, Pickens Co., AL.1 He died on 15 June 1900 at Kennedy, Lamar Co., AL, at age 80. He was buried in June 1900 at Bethel Cemetery, Reform, Pickens Co., AL.

Children of Theodore L. Petete and Mary R. Windle

Citations

  1. [S279] 1870 Federal Census, Pickens County, Alabama. Microfilm Image, Series M593, Roll 36; FHL #545535.

Theodore Liveston Petete

M, b. 18 April 1895, d. 21 February 1926
     Theodore Liveston Petete was born on 18 April 1895 at Judsonia, White Co., AR. He was the son of James Leroy Petete and Nancy Eudora Cockrell. Theodore Liveston Petete died on 21 February 1926 at Wewoka, Seminole Co., OK, at age 30 HUGHES COUNTY TRIBUNE
February 25, 1926
BOILER EXPLODES EAST OF WEWOKA
KILLING TENDER THEO PETETE FATALLY INJURED
WHEN BOILER BURSTS
Blown 150 Feet
Medical Aid Failed To Revive Injured Man, Every Nerve In Body Broken

Theo Petete, a pumper at the Dixie Oil company's water station on WEWOKA creek, about two miles east of Wewoka, was fatally injured when a boiler blew up last Saturday morning. No one was near the pump station when the accident occurred, but a young lady, living nearby, Miss Evelyn Newman, had noticed Theo letting the steam out of the boiler a few moments before the explosion, Miss Newman, returning into her home, was not an eye witness of the accident. Hearing the explosion she ran to the pump station and found Theo laying about 150 feet from the boilers, one of which was blown to pieces, Miss Newman ran to where the injured man was laying and laid his head in her lap. He appeared to rally for a moment and ask her what had happened to him, after which he seemed to relapse into unconsciousness. A brother of Miss Newman was working close by and obtained a car and took the injured man to a Wewoka Hospital. When examined by physicians at the hospital, it was found that in addition to internal injuries, the young man sustained a broken ankle and shoulder. His face and body was punctured with scales from the boiler and he was burned and scalded to a boneless degree. It was thought that every nerve in his body was broken by the explosion. After lingering for 24 hours ours in a dazed condition, becoming conscious but three or four times when he asked those around the bedside what had happened to him, or mentioned how terribly he was suffering he passed at 10:30 Sunday morning. The remains were brought to Holdenville Monday morning and services were held in the Baptist church at 1:30 p.m. Monday afternoon. Rev. J.E. Kirk, pastor officiating. Interment followed at 2:30 in the Holdenville cemetery under the auspices of the Independent Order of Odd fellows. Theo Petete had lived in Hughes County practically all his life, coming to this vicinity with his parents December 4, 1904. He was born in White County, Arkansas April 8, 1895 and at the time of his death was 31 years, 10 months and 10 days old. He was never married. He volunteered as a U.S. soldier and served in the World War. He left to morn passing besides a host of friends, five brothers and four sisters: Mrs. Blanche Phillips, Mrs. Anne Middleton, Mrs. Bessie Puckett, Mrs. Mary House a twin sister to Theo: Emmet Petete, Charley Petete, Spencer Petete, Coleman Petete, and Cecil Petete. All of the brothers and sisters were present at the bedside during Theo's last moments. He was buried on 23 February 1926 at Holdenville Cemetery, Holdenville, Hughes Co., OK.

William Petete

M
     William Petete married Margaret Davidson.

Child of William Petete and Margaret Davidson

William Petete

M, b. 1846
     William Petete was born in 1846 at Pickens Co., AL.1 He was the son of Theodore L. Petete and Mary R. Windle.

Citations

  1. [S2760] 1860 Federal Census, Pickens County, Alabama. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 20; FHL #803020.

Denise J. Petit

F, b. 1934, d. July 1995
     Denise J. Petit was born in 1934 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. She was the daughter of George Orville Petit and Julia Estelle Fabishoski. Denise J. Petit died in July 1995.

George Orville Petit

M, b. 1908, d. 1990
     George Orville Petit married Julia Estelle Fabishoski. George Orville Petit was born in 1908. He died in 1990.

Child of George Orville Petit and Julia Estelle Fabishoski

Kitty Petit1

F
     Kitty Petit married Giles Thomas.1

Child of Kitty Petit and Giles Thomas

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 537.

Franziska Petitpierre1

F
     Franziska Petitpierre married Johann Keller.1

Child of Franziska Petitpierre and Johann Keller

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Peter Petrachkoff

M, b. 5 August 1945, d. 2 February 2002
     Peter Petrachkoff was born on 5 August 1945 at Germany. He was the son of Vasiilj Petrachkoff and Maria Chesnoff. Peter Petrachkoff died on 2 February 2002 at age 56.

Timofeij Petrachkoff

M
     Timofeij Petrachkoff married Eliseveta (?).

Child of Timofeij Petrachkoff and Eliseveta (?)

Vasiilj Petrachkoff

M, b. 5 March 1914, d. 17 May 1988
     Vasiilj Petrachkoff was also known as "Bill". He was born on 5 March 1914 at Russia. He was the son of Timofeij Petrachkoff and Eliseveta (?) Vasiilj Petrachkoff married Maria Chesnoff, daughter of Grigori Chesnoff and Aleksandra Tupikova, on 3 October 1931 at Russia. Vasiilj Petrachkoff immigrated on 6 February 1951 to Ellis Island, New York City, NY. He died on 17 May 1988 at Salem, Columbiana Co., OH, at age 74.

Child of Vasiilj Petrachkoff and Maria Chesnoff

Christopher Petrie

M, b. 14 January 1821
     Christopher Petrie was born on 14 January 1821 at Thaleischweiler, Palatinate. He was the son of Jacob Petrie and Elizabetha Faulhaber. Christopher Petrie married Hannah Harper on 16 March 1842 at Ohio. Christopher Petrie lived in October 1850 at Lexington Twp., Stark Co., OH. He married Rowena Trowbridge on 17 October 1856 at Steuben Co., IN. Christopher Petrie lived in June 1860 at Otsego Twp., Steuben Co., IN.1 He died at York Twp., Steuben Co., IN.

Children of Christopher Petrie and Hannah Harper

Children of Christopher Petrie and Rowena Trowbridge

Citations

  1. [S2910] 1860 Federal Census, Steuben County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 298; FHL #803298.
  2. [S975] 1850 Federal Census, Stark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 731.
  3. [S2909] Inter-State Publishing Company, History of Steuben County, Indiana, p.839.

Christopher Petrie Jr.1

M, b. circa 1861
     Christopher Petrie Jr. was born circa 1861 at Otsego Twp., Steuben Co., IN. He was the son of Christopher Petrie and Rowena Trowbridge.1

Citations

  1. [S2909] Inter-State Publishing Company, History of Steuben County, Indiana, p.839.

Elizabeth Petrie1

F, b. circa 1843
     Elizabeth Petrie was born circa 1843 at Portage or Stark Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of William M. Petrie and Magdalena Schneider.1

Citations

  1. [S975] 1850 Federal Census, Stark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 731.

Elmer Petrie1

M, b. circa 1863
     Elmer Petrie was born circa 1863 at Otsego Twp., Steuben Co., IN. He was the son of Christopher Petrie and Rowena Trowbridge.1

Citations

  1. [S2909] Inter-State Publishing Company, History of Steuben County, Indiana, p.839.

Frederick Petrie1

M, b. circa 1865
     Frederick Petrie was born circa 1865 at Otsego Twp., Steuben Co., IN. He was the son of Christopher Petrie and Rowena Trowbridge.1

Citations

  1. [S2909] Inter-State Publishing Company, History of Steuben County, Indiana, p.839.

Frederika Rachel Petrie

F, b. 16 December 1822, d. 4 November 1889
     Frederika Rachel Petrie was born on 16 December 1822 at Thaleischweiler, Palatinate. She was the daughter of Jacob Petrie and Elizabetha Faulhaber. Frederika Rachel Petrie married Jacob Kettering Jr., son of Johann Jacob Kettering and Anna Ottilia Schneider (?), circa 1842.1 Frederika Rachel Petrie died on 4 November 1889 at age 66.

Children of Frederika Rachel Petrie and Jacob Kettering Jr.

Citations

  1. [S1864] 1850 Federal Census, Portage County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 722.