If you have additional information about Sandlin Family Cemetery, please contact area coordinator. The following used with permission, Cherokee Strip Volunteer League, "Alfalfa County Oklahoma Cemeteries": William R. Sandlin deeded land for a church and a cemetery in 1923. The church was never built. There have been burials over the years, but there was never any contact with owners of the rest of the land. Lucille Ackley (Fuson) and Ruth Ann (Fuson) Stanley still own the farm. Lucille recalls markers have disappeared from several graves. Other graves do not have stones. Most of the graves are in one row with a few grouped at the south end. This cemetery is no longer used.
|Herp||Julia Franses||Nov. 23, 1886||Oct. 24, 1918||See photo|
|Sandlin||Ardenia E.||March 9, 1853||Dec. 9, 1926||See photo|
|Sandlin||Benjiman L.||Nov. 13, 1861||Sept. 25, 1900||See photo Son of James & Mary Jane "Jane" (Richardson) Sandlin|
|Sandlin||Mary Jane "Jane" (Richardson)||Sept. 19, 1817||Oct. 19, 1901||See photo Wife of J. Sandlin|
|Sandlin||William Ransom||June 5, 1845||Feb. 23, 1923||See photo Son of James & Mary Jane "Jane" (Richardson) Sandlin|
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