This was quite interesting to me. You did not overload me on info either. I had to ask my dad about all because he knows slightly more than I do about the Infield's. He did tell me that Vallie (my dad called him "Uncle Casey"-- I guess is how you would spell it) but anyway he use to work at the old Smelters plant in Bartlesville. I asked about Tine owning a store in Bartlesville and he said he didn't know anything about that. One thing I found interesting is that in December I had twins and didn't know that I had any twins but very distant. Now I know I have another set distant but maybe closer than the other set I knew about. I know where Tine's grave is ---is his wife Annabelle the woman buried next to him? I will have to go look at the name again. I will take pictures this time so I can remember the years on the marker too. I only live about 2 miles from where they are buried. By the way---where are you from? Do you know any other children of Tine's? Or their children? My dad did tell me that his Uncle Casey was a small man. Which I thought was unusual because my grandpa Gail Infield was tall and skinny. Anyways a little info about him. He married my grandma which was half blood Delaware Indian. From what I remember my grandma telling me that my grandpa's family refused him after he decided he was going to marry and Indian. Then I guess that explains me not knowing anything about that side of the family. My grandpa died of a heart attack when I was about 8 years old and my grandma died 3 months later after having a stroke. Any more info I would love to hear it.