1. Always enjoy reading your stories, thanks so much for putting a smile on my face.


  2. My mother played with the Perryman children in that big house in front of the cemetery. Right on the corner of 32st and Utica. The Perryman’s were the first to build a trading post and post office. Barges(believe it or not) came up the Mississippi to the Arkansas then to Tulsa. The of course was much wider and deeper. I live about 3 blocks from the river and it is considered river bottom land. Very interesting story about the Creek Indians.

  3. I grew up about 8 blocks from the Indian cemetery you are writing about. We explored it as kids. ❤️

  4. The history is interesting and gives such valuable information. Thank you fro sharing.

  5. Some ancestry information we found in Alabama gave us a great deal of more information when we researched more via Ancestry.com…it is a great gift when someone’s headstone tells their full name as well as the full name of both parents!!!

  6. Brenda I’m not sure if you got tested for covid or not yesterday but if you did you shouldn’t be out running errands. The results usually take 3 days. You are suppose to quarantine til then.

  7. My daughter and I love researching cemeteries. We found out some very interesting information about our ancestors !

    1. Have you listened to Yanni, The Piano Guys, Jim Brickman or Enya? They are all wonderfully soothing … try them. 🙂

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