Looking for Thomas Andrew Neal or Andrew Anderson. I am looking for Info. on my gfather , Thomas Andrew Neal b. abt.1863 InILL don't know what part, died 1932 around Sandsprings, Okla, his father was supost to have the same name(Thomas Andrew Neal) hismother died when he was young his sister Mary Neal-Anderson (M. AndrewAnderson) raised him they moved around a lot Kan, Texas ended up in Guthrie, Okla where Mary died March 27, 1904 and was burried in Summit View Cem. Guthrie, Okla Andrew Anderson moved family back to ILL. He ( my gfather Thomas Andrew Neal) had brothers name George Neal ( who died 1908 around Tulsa, Okla) and Sam Neal there were more childrenbut don't know names. I can find him in Okla census but where it ask where he wasborn he said USA or ILL. It will not do any good looking where he diedbecause my aunt who died last Feb. put all info. on his death cer. and shejust guessed at it. please let me know if you can help. Thanks
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