Older sweet cherry ID

I ate a sweet cherry in the 70’s fresh from Arkansas. The guy said it was off an old tree on his grandparents farm. It was fairly large, noticable 2 halves, dark skin purplish oxblood, dark purplish red, crisp flesh. Strong cherry taste, unbelievably well-balanced flavor/sweetness/aroma. Any idea on a name?
I’ve never been able to keep a sweet cherry here in eastern KS because of the late freezes, Thanks.

Lapin’s sweet charry maybe, i had a Lapin’s, but mine were darker red. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Online-Orchards-3-ft-Lapins-Cherry-Semi-Dwarf-Tree-with-Abundant-Self-Pollinating-Fruit-FTCH008/321402247?g_store=&source=shoppingads&locale=en-US&pla&mtc=SHOPPING-BF-CDP-GGL-D28O-028_008_LIVE_GOODS-NA-NA-NA-PMAX-NA-NA-NA-NA-NBR-NA-NA-NA-PMAXONECLICK_JControl24&cm_mmc=SHOPPING-BF-CDP-GGL-D28O-028_008_LIVE_GOODS-NA-NA-NA-PMAX-NA-NA-NA-NA-NBR-NA-NA-NA-PMAXONECLICK_JControl24-71700000113044696--&gad_source=5&gclsrc=ds

No, this cherry would have been several decades older than when "Lapin’s"was enen released.