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Nancy Bellzona's Picture Book
1896 Oklahoma

Statement of Purpose

Reading List 248
References 249
Picture Identification Index 251, 252
Lee Otis Jones 253, 254, 255, 256
Name Index

Additional Material 

Pensoneau Family

Note: Additional information will be added to this Picture Book from time to time so do re-visit when you get the chance.

Gramma Bell and Minnie Smith
Hahn Kah Moankah, on the left, Bellzona on the right

William "Bill" Collins with his wife, Fannie Keef Collins
William Mathew Collins, Fanny Kief Collins

John Andrew McAllister and Emma Belle Flood McAllister on their 50th Wedding Anniversary

Nancy Bellzona Collins Jones, Joseph Hubbard Jones and daughter
Nancy Bellzona  Collins Jones, Joseph Hubbard Jones, Baby, Adah Gertrude Jones Wadley

After thirteen years of research it is like a dream come true to know
everyone in the world will be able to enjoy and hopefully learn from
these old treasured photographs my grandmother, her mother, my father and mother so lovingly saved.

The part of education to discipline me to want to write was gained in a school supported by our government of the USA.  The home where I live was arranged for my family and myself due to the injuries of my handicapped daughter and obtained through the generosity of the Osage tribe.

"Freely I received, freely I give,"  and this with the hopes these many descendants will be able to actually see a photograph of their ancestor to know a little of their lives, their trials and how they overcame them, that these descendants will be inspired to meet the challenges of their own lives successfully.

Donna Flood

Being connected to our past is a feeling beyond compare. Before we just heard the names but now the past is here. The Brewers, The Collins, The Hunters and more. We never knew them but now they are like family. When we see them in print we think "Where have you been?" We want to see you again and find out more about you. About us I know, you won't have a clue, Never-the-less it is alright you will one day as we'll see. All of you coming over a hill, men, woman, children too. Folks that we have never seen but  felt like we knew. Being connected to our past is a feeling beyond compare. Before we just heard the names but now the past is here.

by Jayne, appreciative cousin to Donna."

Read more of Donna's work...

Sarah Kizziah Collins Howell, Mrs. Joe Howell, sister to Bellzona

John & Anna Tierney Flood
John Flood and Anna Tierny Flood

Blind Louis
Lewis Shoenela, Osage, Uncle to Bertha Big Eagle Jones. He lived at Hominy, Bertha is buried in the Foraker, Ok. cemetery

Velma Louise
Velma Louise Pensoneau Joens and Lee Otis Jones

Elizabeth Ann Brewer Collins
Elizabeth Ann Brewer Collins, Mrs. Nathaniel Stewart Collins

Rhonda Louise Flood in wheelchair With sister Kharis E. Flood
Donna's children

Ura May Jones
Ura May Jones Holt Finn, Mrs. John Finn

Emma Belle Flood as a younger woman

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