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Copyright 2004   Marsha Miller


Elmore City, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Complied by
Lorene (Lynn) Burleson & Marsha Miler & Bonadette Lynn Sweetman 


This listing is dedicated to the memory of two wonderful, kind-hearted and loving
people, Robert Monroe (Bob) Lynn and  Alpha Autumn (Clear) Lynn, who came from
Evening Shade, Arkansas, in 1919 by way of covered wagon, seeking a better
life for themselves and their many children.  They found many years of happiness
surrounded by family and friends in this small town called Elmore City.  They lived long
and fulfilling lives, never asking of anyone but always giving. 
May they rest in peace.

Robert Monroe (Bob) Lynn and  Alpha Autumn (Clear) Lynn

Elmore City Cemetery Photograph  

Elmore City Cemetery Map

This map is not to scale and is only meant to indicate sections to make it easier to locate specific graves
The gray areas indicate roads within the cemetery.

Elmore City is located at the intersection of State Highways 74 and 29, eleven miles west of I-35.
1 1/2 miles west of the Elmore City 4 way stop sign and 2/10 miles south, the cemetery lies on the
east side of the road.  There is a green cemetery marking the turn.  It is one of the best kept cemeteries
in Garvin County.  There are several Woodmen of the World markers and a Veterans Memorial located near
the flagpole. There are two entrances to the cemetery. 

These records were compiled by section and not by row, but specific graves should be easy to find.

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Submitted Names

Ledger of Lot Purchases

Cecil Floyd Monument
Cecil Floyd

List of known Veterans

Burton, Eldridge E. Hicks, Floyd Edmond
Turner, Loyd Wayne Tillery, Roy Gene
Dillingham, John A. Tomlinson, Ed
Phillips, Jack J. Neer, Louis J.
Faust, Edgar L. Moore, Troy Woodrow
Newlin, Arthur John Moore, Ollie Junior
Riggs, Tom Williams, Tom F.
Herriage, William J. Terrell, James Edward
Herriage, Wiley A. Mann, Eunice C.
Gibson, Harold P. Brewer, Guy Austin
Shortes, Dewey R. Brewer, Jesse E.
Jones, Cecil W Griffin, Dwight E.
LeMay, Lonnie M. Forehand, Curtis A.
Deen, Charlie P. Taliaferro, Bert E.
Patterson, Andy A. Harman, Edward F., Jr.
Cook, Paul Volney Wolverton, Charles Thomas
Blackburn, Virgil T. Neal, John Clarence
Shannon, Gerald C. Loftin, Glen
Ward, John Joseph Jacks, Willie W.
Risenhoover, Leo W. Kennedy, Silas M.
Downes, Robert M. Bell, James F.
Lindsey, Thearon K. Stephens, Charles Paul
Graves, David K. Simmons, Otey F.
Minnick, Edward Franklin Hipp, Ira W.
Minnick, Maneul Monroe Bush, Lee M.
Roberts, Ben Neal, Sherd Allie
Turner, Everett R. Dunn, Aubray
Graves, Eunice C. Nation, Ollie H.
Pickett, Allen W. Fritz, Harold E.
Pickett, Thomas C. Graves, Jay F.
Dill, Robert B. Guy, Walter R.
Dill, Robert B., Jr. Chambless, Roy Lynn, Jr.
Robinson, William Edwin Skelton, Jack Britton
Tucker, John C. Saddler, Jess F.
Hustead, Hugh B. Daniel, Clifford A.
Cooksey, William David Stewart, James M.
Blanchard, Jim Jack Bural, Bennie Granville
Sitz, Noel E. VanBuskirk, Johnny L.
Eastep, Robert Lee Harmon, Jeff Douglass
Welch, Ira C. STribling, Ballard Wayne
Carpenter, Kelvie R., Sr. Clour, George I.
Lindsey, William Monroe Hillard, Carl F.
Eastep, Noble A . Bush, Floyd
Baker, Francis M. Yeary, Larry N.
Lynn, Euylass Washington Kennedy, Curtis W.
Cunnius, Terry J. Damron, Gene
Davis, Bobby Joe, Garvin Co. Sheriff Garrison, Grant Gene
Graves, L.H. Jones, Clayton "Pete"
Kilcrease, Karl E. Morgan, Fountain M.
Neal, John Clarence, Jr. Pyle, Earl E.
Pyle, Everett Homer Pyle, Haskell Winford
Rose, W.A. "Dub" Schmidt, William H. "Bill"
Shreve, Frank Smith, James Dow
Watson, John William Turner, Cecil
Williams, James H.

Copyright 2004   Marsha Miller


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