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Proctor-Sanders Community Cemetery
aka Proctor Cemetery

Proctor, Adair County, Oklahoma


  Directions: From Proctor, OK -- (from the Post Office) travel E on Hwy 62, travel .09 miles to S 4640 Rd. Turn S (right). Follow road to the end.

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Obits by: Martha Real & Oklahoma Cemeteries Team
Info submitted by Jean Reese & Leona Hamilton
(All Photographs & Survey 2012 - 08 © Annajo)
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