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Fairview Cemetery
Talala, Rogers County, Oklahoma


V Surnames


Transcription Submitted & © by: Dorothy Ehrcke & Angela Baden


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Location: From Highway 169, turn East on Watova, go 3 blocks, turn North (left) at Mulberry, follow road, it leads into cemetery.
There is a plat with all the names on East side of building
Read September & October 2002 by Dorothy Ehrcke & Angela Baden

LOCATION
LAST NAME
FIRST MI
BORN
DIED
COMMENTS
  Valk Charles E. 1857 1830  
  Valk David C. 18 Feb 1896 20 July 1985  
  Valk Earl Allen
Feb. 11, 1916 July 28, 1982 US Army
WWII
  Valk Lula A. Feb. 15, 1895 March 27, 1974  
  Valk Sarah E. 1865 1846  
  Van Pelt Darlene (Dikeman) July 22, 1938    
  Van Pelt Don Feb. 14, 1966 Feb. 15, 1966  
  Van Pelt H. B. "Billy" June 15, 1938 July 3, 2000  
  Vosburch Frances Laura 1874 1957  

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