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Ok, here are the ones I have...I will post them individually. The first is the ad in the paper from when she was running for office. Ironically enough, she says that her and Jack have 4 children, well thats not true. Donna was previously married to a Larry Wayne Thomason on 11/26/71 (hence her sons last name being Thomason) From what I can tell all of her children are too old to be Jacks. Donna and Jack didn't get married until 3/2/1981. You can search the court documents at
Donna Jamison is married to Jack Jamison and the couple has four children, Dana Cash, Ladonna Baggs and her husband Darren, Kendall Thomason and his wife Nicki, and Delanna Taylor and her husband Herb. They have four grandchildren, B.J. and Tyler Cash, Dyelan Baggs and Abigail Thomason. She and her parents, Farris and the late Oma Tatham, have all lived in the Sallisaw area, she said.
She said that she has helped with fundraisers, such as band, 4-H, Future Farmers of America, and the Central cheerleaders. She is also a member of the Democrat Women.
Serving as county clerk for 16 years, Jamison said she was of the first clerks in the state to attain Certification for County Clerks. She said she has continued classes to reach Advanced Accreditation, which is a training program with Oklahoma State University through the Center for Local Government Technology.
By July 1994 she said her office had computers for the appropriation ledger and started the filing of land records.
"Not only do we file our documents and post daily, we have added 14 years of past recordings to our computers, which makes it easier to do a search," Jamison said. "Last year we filed about 9,000 documents and over 31,000 pages. My goal is to get every filed document on computer, get it scanned and have CDs stored off site, which would save the county millions of dollars in case of disaster. We have been striving really hard to see this happen."
She said that she and her employees, Lisa Choate, Diane Rhoads, Colleen Franklin and Toni Oliver Gaither, have a combined 60 years of county government experience, with 46 years of that in the county clerk's office.
"We are a friendly, hard working team working for you," Jamison said.
SALLISAW — Oma Faye Tatham, 80, of Sallisaw died Sunday, Feb. 20, 2005, in Sallisaw. She was born June 7, 1924, in Harrison community in Oklahoma. She was a homemaker, a member of Watts Holiness Church where she was children’s Sunday school teacher for 40 years, and attended school at Harrison and Watts.
Funeral will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Immanuel Baptist Church in Sallisaw with burial at Buffington Cemetery in Sallisaw under the direction of Agent Funeral Home of Sallisaw.
She is survived by her husband, Farris; three daughters, Sue Tatham of the home, Donna Jamison of Sallisaw, and Beverly Harris of Broken Arrow, Okla.; two sisters, her twin, Noma Stites, and Madie Stephens, both of Sallisaw; seven grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Pallbearers will be Melvin, William, Roger and Charles Stites, Curtis and Steve Stephens, Jimmy Timmerman and Jim Stewart.
Honorary pallbearers will be Watts Church family.
The body may be viewed 1 to 9 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. The family will visit with friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Watts Holiness Church, Rt. 2, Box 92, Sallisaw, OK 74955; or Buffington Cemetery, Rt. 2, box 81, Sallisaw, OK 74955.
Sorry, I will have to post the others when I get home, I cant find the links.
Poster Karl, topix post 172 says:
<snip bbm>Man, looks like Bobby Sr. liked those GUNS (12) and Blue Ribbon Downs belt buckles (30)!
This is the first time i've read about a possible association between Bobby Sr and the Blue Ribbon track. Anybody know if he had horses or race horses?
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Only other hit for re "blue ribbon downs belt buckles" was someone was selling some on OKC craigslist December 12/09 ... 3 days after Bobby Sr died. What a coinkydink ??
Both Jack and Amos have "renounced" their appointment as Bob Jamison's personal representative.
I noticed the Notory is from Arizona. Wonder if the Jamison brothers have something going on there?
Your above pipl link doesn't want to do anything for me, little.
Last edited by sillybilly; 03-30-2010 at 08:36 PM.
Either different Jamisons entirely or a different branch of the family ... because Bobby Sr didn't have a brother named Harvey ... only Jack and Amos.She is survived by two sons, Robert Jamison and Harvey Jamison Jr. and wife Virginia, all of Sallisaw
I know this sounds silly, but I have always said, if I was ever going to kill some one...I would dump them in Marcopia County Az. Check out NAMUS, they have a ton of unidentifieds. I am sure just a coinsidence that is where Amos has his second home, expensive home might I add. Talk about irony. Wonder what Amos does for a living.
So would Jack and Amos have got their cut already? DOESNT it ALL go to Madyson at least for the next 7 years? WHo monitors this stuff? Can anything be done to protect this girls inheritance?
Ok, so this isnt the first time a couple has gone missing in the area....Here is a link to a couple found dead about 30 miles from where the Jamisons went missing.
Here's a handy page, probably already cited before on earlier threads, containing the various statutes relating to OK probate procedure; one-stop shopping for everything in Oklahoma Statutes Title 58, at
Seems to me, Madyson should have her own lawyer.
Hello to all. I am new here, think you are great. Have been reading this, along with some other threads on missing/murdered in this area. Did some small searching and found some info that I would like to pass on. The question was ask earlier about mines in the area. The only mine I could find is the Farrell Cooper Mining Company, Redoak,Red oak. Map at google search Latimer county mines. Also at digital.library.ok.state.edu/encylopedia/entries...LA025.html I found that at one time the county had 27 mines. Something keeps telling me the answer is the land, and that may be. Is it possible the Jamison family were near one of these mines when they disappeared? I think if a mine was near any of the missing people in S.E. OK last known location they should be searched. Possible to drop in a camera? I tried to find maps of these mines but was unable to download them. Found a site Oklahoma Coal Mining www.ogs.ou.edu/fossil fuels/coalpdfs/underground.pdf, that tells about these maps. Thats it for now, suffering from information overload right now. Will post afew thoughts tomarrow about a possible explanation that may fit .
I Found WS while doing research in the murders and disapearances in the SE Oklahoma area. Have read all related threads on here and have an idea that I think fits. Or at best a possibility that should be ruled out. First I think that many of these crimes are related though I may be way out in left field. Nothing concrete, just a hunch that wont go away. Wish I could get the locations of mines because that is key to my hunch. The missing could`ve been at or near a mine when they disappeared. I`m leaning towards the sociopath serial killer[s]. Suppose the only connection was a chance encounter with killer at or near a place that he[they] knew the bodies could be hidden. But think there was a change in pattern on at least one case. Referring to the Joe Neff case. His daughter said that he liked to go horseback riding in the mountains near family`s disappearance. What if he saw something or came close enough that he was suspected of seeing something? The handy man working for Jamison stands out in my mind. What if he is a local who found mines hiking in woods or was shown locations by others at some time? I read that he also has a sister, what if that sister Joes GF ? Did he have access to a red truck? What if plan was put joe in mine shaft also but spooked off resulting in strip mine used instead? GF opened safe to divert LE? I strongly feel that if mine shafts near areas of disappearances are checked answers will be found. Please tell me I`m wrong.