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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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|Audrey (McConnell) Calger||RE: Wendell Peck-107763925|
|Audrey (McConnell) Calger||Wendell Peck-107763925|
Hello I am a Find A Grave volunteer, someone send me a note that I had made a duplicate if the above. Your entry does not have a cemetery listed for him. I was in the Frisco Cemetery and found his headstone. If you could add the cemetery I can delete mine and add the photo to yours. I am not related don't want it transferred to me.
Thank you any questions just ask.
P/S there are two Frisco Cemeteries in OK, you want the one in Canadian County
|Roberta Kasterke||RE: Charles Kasterke|
Not sure if I ever answered you or not. I have not been on here in a couple years.
My husband is a Kasterke and Eva Page was an aunt I believe. Know her parents were Charles and Mary Kasterke from Seymour, MO.
If I can assist you, please send an email to:
|Tami||RE: McFall Family|
it is so very sad. And sometimes there were markers at one time, which were later destroyed. I know there used to be many wooden crosses to mark many of the graves in the cemetery. Wooden crosses were used due to lack of funds during the depression years. And then, a few years later, I hear someone set fire to the cemetery, and most of the wooden crosses burned down. So that may be one reason why there are so many unmarked graves. I am still researching exactly when this happened.
The cemetery changed owners several times, and now the city owns it and has done a remarkable job in upkeep and reconstructing records.
Let me know if you would like further info and would be glad to share any history I find.
Added by Tami on Sep 01, 2016 9:41 PM
Hi Tim- I was hoping to go back this week and add flowers to the graves so you could see exactly where they are. I will do that this weekend. In the meantime, I will post and describe.
I would love to find old pictures of the graves in the cemetery, and if you ever see any in your family pics, I would love to see them. So many grave markers are now gone, and we are trying to find out which ones were standing at one time.
Added by Tami on Aug 31, 2016 9:50 PM
|Tami||McFall in Edmonds Mem Cem|
I have found the McFall graves in Edmonds Cemetery (Edmonds, WA), and they are both unmarked. I will post of picture of their burial place today after I take the pics off the camera. Norman is in Block 1, Lot 36, grave 2. Aggie is in grave 1.
The memorial has her name as Abbie - but the cemetery has her as Aggie. I also checked her death certificate, and her name is also listed as as Aggie P. I will let Nancy know of the change of name on her memorial. Nancy and I worked together to photograph this cemetery.
The graves of Norman and Aggie are in the far east row of block 1, so they are easy to find. Are you family? Do you know if the graves were marked at one time?
Added by Tami on Aug 26, 2016 10:24 AM
|PLS||RE: Janese Dotterer|
Your very welcome!
Added by PLS on May 31, 2016 3:15 PM
|wanda luntsford||RE: McClure|
I posted the back of their stone yesterday. If I can help with any other markers let me know. Have a great day.
|wanda luntsford||McClure photo|
Tim I am posing the photo but for some reason I don't have the last name.I will be back to the cem
in a few days and retake the photo and repost
|Carl Catherman||Murry & Edna Schanbacher|
Thank you very much for accepting my edits. I appreciate your quick response.
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