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    Photographed by: Annajo Cantrell-Limore

    Dixon Grave Site
    Chewey OK
    Adair County, Oklahoma

    Photographed 2012 - 09 by; Annajo Cantrell-Limore

    From Westville, Ok, at Hwy’s 59/62, take Hwy 59 N for 4.9 miles to Chewey Road. Turn west (left) and drive 13.9 miles to River Road (also called E610 Rd). Turn north (right) and drive 1.9 miles.
    The graves are on the west (left) side of the road, right up next to the fence…in the right-of-way and the weeds.
    Garmin Handheld GPS: N 35*59.476’ / W094*49.965’

    Dixon David 1845 1912 Dbl w/ Mandy & Noble Dixon
    Dixon Mandy 1871 1903 Dbl w/ David & Noble Dixon
    Dixon Noble 1902 1902 Dbl w/ Mandy & David Dixon
    Dixon Jeff Oct 6 1900 Oct 17 1933 Sleep on dear one.
    We long to be with you.
    OUR DADDY (footstone)

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