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Oakridge Cemetery
Garvin County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Sandi Carter

December 7, 1911

John J. "Slim" Reeves
1883 ~ November 30, 1911

John J. Reeves died at the home of his father at Arbuckle last Thursday, and was buried at Oak Ridge Friday afternoon, services being conducted by Rev. R. W. Oakes.

The deceased, who was familiarly called "Slim," was a barber by trade and worked at the Palace Barber Shop about a year, during which time he made many friends by his uniform courtesy and good nature. He was a kind-hearted young man and well thought of.

Several months ago tubercular trouble set up and resulted in his death as above state.

He was 28 years old and was to have been married in September but the wedding was postponed on account of his health.

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