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Salem Cemetery
Adair County, Oklahoma



© Martha Real

Frank Duncan






Frank Duncan

© The Standard-Sentinel
June 25, 1925
Submitted by: Wanda Elliott



Frank, 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John DUNCAN met with an accident near the gravel pit Saturday morning when the automobile he was driving overturned, pining him underneath it, which his death followed about midnight of the same day.
His father and two others who were occupants of the car suffered only slight injuries as a result of the tragic occurrence.
The remains of the DUNCAN boy were buried at Salem Sunday, the Rev. Leonard STEWART and Rev. Joe FEATHERS conducted services at the Salem church.
The DUNCAN family is well known here and the community deeply sympathizes with the bereaved relatives.


Card of Thanks - We wish to express our deep gratitude for the many kindnesses tendered the family since the tragic accident which resulted in Frank's untimely death.

(Signed) Mr. and Mrs. John DUNCAN, Lizzie DUNCAN, Fay Ola DUNCAN






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