||fenced and maintained, over 358 burials as of
1999; 130 unknown
||very little evidence left of burials.
||abandoned; 6 known graves; 15 visible. Tyner had
this cemetery in T25-R20-S35 because of the curve of the road and gave Amos
Dick the name of Herman; first marked burial was 1876; baby burials before
that. Last burial was 1952.
||fenced; 5 graves.
|Eastern State Hospital
||1 mile east of hospital
||estimated 1500 burials; most unmarked; earliest
burial about 1919. Burials started in southwest corner to northwest corner,
then back south again. Buried in order the died, or several may have been
burial at one time.
||Fenced but abandoned; 15 graves. Three burials
listed by Tyner were move to Ghormley Cem.
||Vinita city cemetery
||over 80 acres; many old unmarked graves in some
sections, some of which have been buried over. records are very incomplete
especially before 1936.
||22 visible graves; 14 known; fenced but badly
||Tyner called it Hooper, in pasture; all stones
down some broken; not fenced; 13 known of 16.
||fenced, some maintenance; 7 known of 10 graves.
||east edge of Ketchum
||originally known as Willow Springs;. Graves from
10 cemeteries were relocated here in 1939 when Grand Lake was being built. The
city of Ketchum was also relocated to its present location during the same
time period. Over 2000 known burials; earliest marked burial of original
burials is March 1880. Probably earlier unmarked burials. Several of the
relocated burials are from as early as 1872. Large number of unmarked graves.
East section has largest number of unmarked graves although they were originally
marked by GRDA in 1940's.
||fenced and semi-maintained; 12 known burials.
||T24-R20-S2 & 11
||fenced and some maintenance; 290 known burials as
of 1999; 80 unknown; earliest marked burial 1865; at least one Civil War
soldier killed about 1860, no dates on rock headstone; at least one burial was
moved to Garbarino Cem.
||in open pasture no maintenance. Tyner
says there were 24 graves. There is no admittance to anyone to this cemetery
at this time.
||abandoned on hillside; most
fieldstones in Cherokee 20-25 graves.
||61 known of 185 graves.
||fenced no maintenance; 5 known of 13
||Nothing left to identify graves;
headstones have been carried away.
|Morris or Stinger
||abandoned, no maintenance; Fence
around part of the graves. 10 known of 27 graves.
||cemetery was moved by coal company
one mile south of original location; Graves need to be filled in as company
did not do good job reburying them. 17 known of 25 graves, two burials moved
to Martin Cemetery when Nix moved to present location.
||In wooded creek bottom, on what was
allotment of Clara Melton, In 2000 no one seems to be able to locate remains
of this cemetery.
||walled; close to old house place. 13
graves wall had to be rebuilt in 1997 due to being hit by tractors with
stingers moving big bales, by people who are renting the land.
||9 known burials; extremely difficult
||fenced and maintained; 220 known
burials as of 2000, many unmarked.
|Plainview or Hedrick
||7 known burials of 27 burials. The
marked ones are fenced, rest are in open cow pasture. Present owner realized
there were more graves than fenced when several sunk during the dry summer
several years ago.
||fenced and maintained; 68 known of
over 155 graves. This cemetery is still used from time to time.
||also known as Locust Hill and other
names; overgrown and stones down, not fenced, 49 known of about 85 graves.
||established 1875, fenced and
maintained, about 390 burials, at least 60 have fieldstone markers only;
earliest marked burial, December 1879; 2--3 burials outside the gate under the
||fenced and maintained; 17 graves last
burial. (update 116+ graves, a lot of Shawnee Indians buried here)
|St. Augustine (Catholic)
||small portion fenced, no maintenance;
8 stones left. Entire acreage was fenced off in 1998 from surrounding ranch.
Many burials now unmarked. At one time there were apparently many marked with
statures, etc. which have been carried away over the years. Are still owned by
the Catholic Church of Vinita.
||fenced and light maintenance; 54
known of 105 graves. Oldest original burials appear to be east of the fence,
may be native area Indian burials.
||fenced and maintained; 87 known of 93
graves; several unmarked.. earliest marked burial Nov. 1906 Cemetery named for
Scott child buried in grave marked by rock who was first burial. Second burial
was old cowboy that was struck by lighting.
||old Shawnee cemetery; no maintenance,
fence down, 12 known of 16 graves.
||Tyner called it Riddle. Only one
stone standing in 1998, 4 others under tree, other stones gone, or buried.
original cemetery was about 50' and 100' with many sandstone markers.
Presently in someone's backyard and garden.
||south of White Oak
||family cemetery still in use as of
||fenced and maintained; many
headstones in Cherokee; over 720 known burials as of 2000 of over 900 burials.
||on Susie Deal allotment; no maintenance;
in trees; 15 of known of possible 35 graves. At least one grave, that of an
Osage Indian has been dug into. Lids lifted partially off two graves.
||fenced and maintained; in pasture; 24
known of 35 graves. At least three burials have been relocated to Carselowey
||no maintenance; many stones were
bulldozed into Cabin Creek by landowner; about a dozen graves still visible.
Last burials in 1960's.
||only 2 stones left; in stand of
trees; at one time large number of fieldstone markers; much of area has now
||fenced and well maintained; over 1000
burials; earliest marked burial, December 1871; appears there are 15--20
graves marked with fieldstones outside the new east fence. Old fence angled
about 30 degrees to northeast for 140 ft. to about 16 ft. east at roadside.
||abandoned in woods; 8 of 16 graves.
||west of Welch
||over 1700known burials as of May
2000; earliest marked burial 1896 baby Craig; then several in 1898.
||fenced with some maintenance; 103
known of 105 or more graves.
||COVERED by coal mining not found in
||fenced and maintained; 460 known of
at least 640 graves as of 1999.
|Williams Timber Hill
||fenced and maintained; 900 known of
about 1200 graves; many unmarked or marked only with fieldstones.