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Oklahoma Obituaries Project - USGenWeb Archives - census ...
Oklahoma Obituaries. ... parents, spouses, marriage date & location, cemetery, funeral home, date of source ... We will then place them online.

Cherokee Co. Oklahoma cemeteries interred lists
Indian Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma Date: June 16 , 1937 ... there is on the bench of a high wooded hill an early day and forgotten place of burial.

Edward Lloyd Thomas
Fox Agency, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. He died 1898 in South McAlester, Indian Territory, and is buried in Kiowa, Oklahoma. List of American Civil War   Read More...

Douglas H. Cooper
was an American politician, a soldier, an Indian Agent in what is now Oklahoma, and a Confederate general during the American Civil War. Cooper was   Read More...

Robert M. Blair
1836 Peacham, Vermont Died 1899 (aged 62–63) Enid, Oklahoma Place of burial Enid Cemetery, Enid, Oklahoma Allegiance United States of America Union Service/branch   Read More...

Jack C. Montgomery
actions in World War II. Montgomery joined the Army in 1937 from Sallisaw, Oklahoma, and by February 22, 1944 was serving as a first lieutenant in the 180th   Read More...

Charles Higby
New Brighton before settling in Oklahoma. He died on February 19, 1903, at age 61 or 62 and was buried in McLoud, Oklahoma. Higby's Medal of Honor is owned   Read More...

Francis E. Ormsbee, Jr.
Ormsbee died in a plane crash while attempting to made a landing at Ardmore, Oklahoma to wait for bad weather to clear. On Saturday, October 24, 1936 whilst   Read More...

Charles Chibitty
Theatre of World War II. Chibitty was born outside of Medicine Park, Oklahoma, a city located 14 miles north-west of Lawton. A student at the Haskell   Read More...

Ernest Childers
Arrow, Oklahoma, on February 1, 1918. A Muscogee (Creek) Indian, he graduated from the Chilocco Indian Agricultural School in north-central Oklahoma. Coincidentally   Read More...

John N. Reese, Jr.
Honor—for his actions in World War II. Reese joined the Army from Pryor, Oklahoma in December 1942, and by February 9, 1945 was serving as a private first   Read More...

Harold G. Kiner
Honor—for his actions in World War II. Kiner joined the Army from Enid, Oklahoma, and by October 2, 1944 was serving as a private in Company F, 117th Infantry   Read More...

Will, Caylee Anthony ever get a proper burial? | Answerbag
Will, Caylee Anthony ever get a proper burial? I doubt it. I think it is a big waste of time fighting gators over it, for there can't be that much left by now.

Approximately how much does a funeral and burial cost ...
Approximately how much does a funeral and burial cost? Prices are different everywhere. If you have the viewing and the burial the same day it is cheaper. I carried ...

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Memorial Day: Remembering Loyce Deen Of Altus, Oklahoma
A Remarkable World War II Story · Memorial Day: Remembering Loyce Deen Of Altus, Oklahoma · Political Correctness: Tyranny Of The Mind. The story didn't end for me with Pop's passing in 1999, because several years later, I stumbled onto a website about the airman who was buried in his plane. Suddenly, I knew many more details. His name was Loyce Edward Deen of Altus, Oklahoma. The fatal flight took place on November 5, 1944 in the Battle of Manila.

In Search of Oklahoma Freedmen Landmarks - The African ...
Image was taken several years ago, before the burial ground was consumed by the brush. The grave site of Creek Leader, Monday Durant, Muskogee Oklahoma. Photo taken before neglect swallowed this historic site.

The African-Native American Genealogy Blog: Worldess ...
Resting place of Sugar T. George, Creek Freedmen Leader Old Agency Cemetery, Muskogee Oklahoma, abandoned and neglected burial site of Muskogee Creek Freedmen. Hopefully someday descendants of leaders ...

Art in Unexpected Places: Part 3 (of 4) | Oklahoma State ...
Wildgoose quotes Ken Worpole's description of burial places as “quiet, catalogued and annotated” places—like libraries, she notes, although those of us in museums might suggest that the uniqueness of each object in a ...