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Old 05-20-2013, 05:22 PM
 
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Default Early Haskell

My maternal Grandfather was George H. Kaylor: He settled in Haskell (well prior to OK becoming a State) as a young man; & soon founded one of the earliest businesses there, which was a store & bar. A couple of his sons (my Uncles) were born in OK. He later moved to near Ft. Worth, TX. Hope someone with any early historical knowledge of Haskell might have some knowledge of its earliest inhabitants &/or businesses. I've seen - & believe we still have - some early "Daguerrotype" photos of him, at his place of business: I'm checking with Cousins to see if they still have them available, if anyone from there is interested.
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