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Most all of the information that I use for the Alfalfa County cemeteries come from a dedicated, hard working group of volunteers. This group of volunteers were called;|
The Cherokee Strip Volunteer Group of
Thank you ladies and especially to someone I know personally, Lolita Leslie.
If anyone would like to have one of my memorials transferred, I would ask for you to be a relative or a close friend of the family. I am not someone hung up on numbers.
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|Zeedyke||RE: Ruth Kimball|
You are welcome. I think Ruth's husband Dr Kimball has already been pictured also.
Added by Zeedyke on Apr 30, 2015 3:12 AM
|Donna Fitch||RE: Sarah Titus|
You're welcome. Glad I could help. Hope it all works out.
|Ms. Clyde||RE: # 64038120|
The colored photo definitely is nicer.
|Bob Boyer||RE: McKinnis Family|
Benton County Library offers an obituary lookup service and has microfilms of county newspapers.
|Cynthia Boatright Raleigh||RE: Carl and Mary Renollet|
You are very welcome, I was happy to do it.
|Elizabeth Verchio||Cherokee Municipal Cemetery|
Thank you ever so much for all the wonderful photos of gravestones at Cherokee Cemetery! Especially those of Robbins gravestones. I've just discovered 1st cousins 1x removed whom I never knew! Better late than never!
|BJ||RE: Louise McKinnis|
you are most welcome
Added by BJ on Mar 13, 2015 2:26 PM
|Illinois Browns||RE: Two memorials for H Bruner|
Thanks for your quick response and I appreciate your help in the matter. Wish I had known more about them. Thanks for the kind words.
|Illinois Browns||Two memorials for H Bruner|
Hi, I found the memorial for her husband Virgil 107814697 and connected my memorial to his...then I noticed you have created one for Helen a year after I made mine. Helen is my aunt and wondered if you would mind deleting yours or is it ok to leave both??? I think its great what you and the volunteers are doing there. My mom and dad both came from the Alva and Cherokee area. Both of my mothers grandparents where in the Cherokee land rush. Thank you, Jenny
|B Seivert||Henry Reutlinger #60048286|
Thanks a million for the obit!! It was a huge help!
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