Biographical Sketch of Emma G. Poole

(See Ghigau and Sanders).-Emma Gazelle, daughter of William W. and Julia (Van Olhausen) Musick, born in St. Louis, Missouri, March 20, 1864, educated in that city and graduated from the Kndergarden Instruction School, taught in that branch in St. Louis and in Worcester Academy at Vinita, married January 11, 1388 in St. Louis Mission

Charles Walton Poole, born in the Cherokee Nation, October 25, 1859, son of John and Sarah Myra (Harlan) Poole.

He was the pioneer merchant of Chelsea, and postmaster of that place for nine years. He was a 32nd degree Mason and Shriner. He died May 14, 1910.

Mrs. Poole is an Eeastern Star and White Shriner, a Methodist and belongs to the Dephian Club.

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Charles W. and Emma G. Poole were the parents of Charles Walton, born September 25, 1889; Carlisle A., born April 2s, 1894; Scott O., born October 2, 1889, enlisted in the Navy in 1917, was a yoeman on the Minnesota, and honorably discharged in January 1920; Gladys C., born August 29, 1901 member Senior class Chelsea High School 1921 .

The parents of Emma G. Poole were natives of Virginia; her father was born September 2, 1862, and her mother, October 25, 1829.


Surnames:
Poole,

Topics:
Cherokee,

Collection:
Starr, Emmett. History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Warden Company. 1921

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