| "As we drove along the drive beside the old cemetery...my
friend caught the name of LELAND on an upright marker a short distance
away. (I call these "family markers" when they just have the surname
engraved on it.) The drive curved right around beside the graves
and they were only about 10-12 good steps from the drive.
There are three small flat rose colored granite markers plus the upright
family marker across the head of the graves and one small marker the same
size and color as the others at the foot of Laura's grave putting the
upright marker at her head. Standing toward the west looking down at the
graves from my left to right, they are in this order: D.C. Leland, J.D.
Leland, L.J. Leland and P.W. Leland. I also noticed a Barnwell marker
not far from the Leland plot. Would these be part of your "Anna Barnwell's
inlaws?" Just an idea. If you are interested I can take photos of those
as well. For further reference: the Old Cemetery and New Cemetery are
divided by the "Old Coffeyville Road."
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