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L Mastan (#47271406)
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Bio Photo When it comes to genealogy, I truly believe in the saying, "A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words". Tombstone photos can sometimes hold obscure clues to the lives of our ancestors.

Please send requests thru the "Edit" tab which is on the upper right of each memorial page. If you are requesting links, please supply the memorial #'s as well as the names and relationships.

I try not to create duplicate memorials. But it does sometimes happen. If you notice one I have made, please notify me. If you have created a memorial in the wrong cemetery, or as burial unknown, and mine is in the correct cemetery, my memorial is not a duplicate. Please do not move your memorial to that cemetery.

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Vicki Peterson
William McCuistion
And who would think to look for a young child at the Stockton Asylum? He may be one of the youngest patients I've found so far, but there have been others. Heartbreaking really, but I suppose even a youngster who is acting out in a dangerous way has to be contained in a controlled environment. No doubt asylums were not ideal places for children (or most adults who weren't dangerous) but from many accounts Stockton was among the better ones in its earlier history anyway.

My biggest objection to the asylum is how the gravesites weren't respected in later times. Some were moved to another nearby location, others were not and who knows where any of the patients actually rest. To my knowledge, most of the early burial sites are built over, paved over, or under a fountain and water area. I'm just trying to account for the early patients.

Anyway, it's wonderful to know there are others who wish to know about their kinfolk and where they are buried.
Added by Vicki Peterson on May 17, 2016 9:24 PM
Harrison Johnston
RE: Junaita M Maxey
I needed yor kind message today! Thanks!
Added by Harrison Johnston on May 03, 2016 6:36 PM
Harrison Johnston
RE: Junaita M Maxey
Thanks so much! I rearranged the photos putting the tombstone first. I worked for several days linking about 40 family members together! Thank you for creating the page!!
Added by Harrison Johnston on May 02, 2016 8:56 PM
Wanette Cemetery
Leona, I will be happy to make any changes you wish. Thanks for the changes. I have been slowing adding links etc. when I figure them out.
Added by Mindy on Feb 11, 2016 7:15 PM
Sandra Scott
Eldon B. McIninch Marker
I wonder if I might have your permission to use the photo of the marker for Eldon and Leola McIninch for my family website. Please check to see how I plan to use the photo.

Thank you.
Sandra Scott
Added by Sandra Scott on Feb 08, 2016 11:53 PM
Tom Decker
RE: Oliver & Cox families - Woodland Cem
Thank you for the very kind words and most of're very welcome.

Added by Tom Decker on Jan 27, 2016 9:04 PM
Sending a bunch of edits for the Suneson family in Coalgate your way. Hope things are going well with you.

=) Megan
Added by Megan on Nov 15, 2015 8:49 PM
Chuck Schubert
Margaret Thompson.
I posted the headstone picture for Margaret Thompson #16970009
I love yo9ur picture with the yellow flowers.
Added by Chuck Schubert on Nov 12, 2015 11:02 PM
Chickasaw Elder
James David Cole
Thank you for the transfer of James David Cole. My great uncle and his wife Margret Ann Dickerson my great aunt/2nd cousin. It is people like yourself that are Not simply into numbers that make find a grave worth using.
Added by Chickasaw Elder on Oct 25, 2015 7:55 AM
Jean-Luc Coubronne
RE: Pruvost in Lehigh Cemetery, Coal County, Oklahoma
Thank you very much for your message and your additions. I do not think that a transfer of the memorial is necessary because I have not found his wife's death (probably in the USA). Perhaps somebody will find it there one day and will complete the memorial.

Jean-Luc Coubronne (France)
Added by Jean-Luc Coubronne on Oct 23, 2015 3:03 AM
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