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Geraldine & Jessie Winslett

Tombstone Photo
  Mount Olive Cemetery

Healdton, Carter County, Oklahoma

  by Robert Satkus

Dec 21, 1931 - Aug 14, 1948          Mar 8, 1933 - Aug 14, 1948
Submitted by:  John Herndon
Rewritten (Article)

Article from Aug 15, 1948 newspaper

Headlines:  Sisters of Healdton Death in Blue River Girls were daughters of Mr. & Mrs J. R. Winslett. 

Father with two girls & young son were at Hugh's Crossing, favorite Blue River Picnic Place 11 miles north of Tishomingo

Two Healdton girls, sisters were drowned shortly after noon Saturday.

Dead are:

Geraldine Winslett, 16, Healdton
Jessie Winslett, 15, Healdton

Mr Winslett is employed by the Magnolia Pipe Line Company.

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