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Wolfe/Wolf Cemetery Nowata County Oklahoma

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Last checked 2003 by Elsie Berg & Jeannie Inman
Source: by Jeannie Inman, March 21, 2007
Location: Nowata Co., Oklahoma
NAME DOB DOD L/N VET MARKERS & REMARKS

BUFFINGTON Lizzie 1876 19 Feb 1901 N CfvFH order by Ruben Buffington
DAWSON Alexander or spelled Dauson
FORESTER Dillia 1889 11 Jan 1891 p R & L
FORESTER Francis 1873 13 Apr 1892 p R & L
FORESTER Isaac Apr 1885 26 Jun 1885 p R & L
FORESTER Louisa 1879 6 Mar 1891
FORESTER Randle 4 Jun 1821 4 Jun 1895
FORESTER Robert 1882 13 Jul 1893 p R & L
FOSTER Cora 1881 15 May 1900 N CfvFH order by Ed Foster
FOSTER E F
FOSTER Pearlie 1887 17 Dec 1912 N dau of Mr & Mrs Ed Foster, blood poisoning, died Tues PM, Len Post
FOSTER William 5 Jul 1892 N CfvFH order by Eli Knave, bur D Nation(Delaware Nation)
GLASS Joseph 1873 15 Jul 1876
Mc NAIR George 1853 1884
Mc NAIR Martha 1854 1886
Mc NAIR Nancy note Nancy has no last name on marker, presumed it was McNair
MAGERS Emma 1860 9 Jul 1884 m William Magers, marker broken
MELTON Sallie aged 55 yrs
NAVE Lewis 1847 26 Jan 1895
NAVE Mose 1808 1884
RILEY Effie 1886 23 Oct 1899 N Cfv Skinner Hamlin FH, order by W M Riley, bur Wolf Cem
ROGERS Malinda J 1872 1890
ROGERS Sarah 27 Sep 1944
SMITH Gevena 26 Jan 1900 10 Feb 1956 born Iola KS, p Blanche & Arthur Grubbs, large handcarved ss rock
SMITH M 1898 1979
VANN Jimmie 1869 1882
WHITMIRE Daniel 14 Aug 1926 V OK PVT 162 DEPOT BRIGADE
WOLFE Charley Apr 1869 12 Jan 1912
WOLFE Delila 1859 19 Jan 1880
WOLFE Joe 1804 24 Mar 1879
WOLFE Lu Anna 1883 30 Jan 1903 N FH chiles bed fiver, order by Joe Smith, resid 10mi NE Nowata
WOLFE Mose 1856 14 Jan 1875
WOLFE Nancy 1815 13 Jan 1875 oldest marker
WOLFE Oscar 1898 12 Aug 1899 N FH summer complaint, ord by Solomon Wolf, 6miE of Lenapah, bur Joals
WOLFE Ruth E Feb 1896 3 Aug 1899 FH caus drops, ord by Grant Wolf, resid Delaware, bur Joals cem
WOLFE Sallie 1860 25 Mar 1875


NOTE This old abandoned cemetery was taken care of for many years by Edith & Quincy Ross. Earl
Scarbrough also helped Quincy with Wolfe and Gooseneck Cemeteries. Edith Ross has
parents Smith buried here. The cemetery is a small one and is full. Estimated 100 people
buried here. It is fenced and was mained up thru 2005. Quincy being in middle 80's now.
Quincy & Earl live at Lenapah.

 

 

 

 

 

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