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  2. Every Memorial day my husband and I would put red geraniums on all of the graves of his relatives. .He gave us a family history lesson for most of the people buried there. It was a rewarding experience and seem to bring these people alive from the past. So very peaceful to me. We usually put 40-50 flowers on the graves.

  3. all you have to do is an internet search. you will find them. Or, as at a church or funeral home.

  4. Old cemeteries are fascinating. A few years ago I was in the DAR. On the property of one of our members was a small cemetery area where several Civil War soldiers were buried. Some of the stones were well into the dirt and many faded. So with a bit of research and clues they were able to find their names. New markers were made up for several and there was a small scale ceremony rededicating the area. It’s amazing what you can find out with just a few clues to work from.

  5. My sons and I are always cemetery hopping. The peacefulness, the stones, and the history are wonderful.

  6. When we go up to a little coastal town called Cambria there’s a neat old cemetery. You have to drive into the woods a couple of miles and the road dead ends there. Some of the stones are from the 1800s!

  7. Brenda-I just forwarded some suggestions to you via FB dm. A FB friend also lives in Tulsa and I recalled she liked to visit old cemeteries. Please let me know if the messages came thru.

  8. Brenda, I live in Oregon, but many of my family lives in OK. Oak Hill Cemetery in Drumright is where some of them are laying in rest. I’ve never been there, but my nephew is sending me some pictures. Sandra

  9. There is one in Okmulgee next to the YMCA on 13th street, a few blocks west off Hwy 75. Very old headstones there.

  10. Brenda, I am drawn to old cemeteries. I feel that same sense of history in them. I love to wander around and read the headstones and try to imagine how life was for those people. And how different it is now.

  11. It is fascinating to visit old cemeteries, I love the cemetery in Colonial Williamsburg and the very old one in Amelia Island Florida. I am sometimes amazed at just how old some of the stones are and the stories on the grave stones.

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