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Whitebead Cemetery

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Row  - Grave# - Name - Birth Date - Death Date - Inscription/Comments

Row 1 (starts about center where main road comes in from gate)

1-J.W.    -    -     Etched in concrete slab could be an old stone for J.W. Shepherd

2-Unknown    -    -     Flat concrete stone, unreadable except for HEFNEAR(?), could be for J.W.  Shepherd also

3-Shepherd, J.W.    1929     1930   

4-Persons, Margaret A.    Oct 5, 1856     May 1, 1909    Wife of J.L., Woodmens Circle, In Memoriam, "Her happy sole has winged its way to one pure bright eternal day"

Sign

5-Burch, William Earl, Sr.    Nov 19, 1898     Jan 10, 1994    Dad, Double with Dawn Belle, "God in his boundless love hath wrought this holy quiet and hallowed spot", Married 66 yrs

6-Burch, Dawn Belle    Dec 9, 1909     -    Mom, Double with William Earl, Sr., "God in his boundless love hath wrought this holy quiet and hallowed spot", Married 66 yrs

7-Reed, Melvin X.    July 4, 1877     Oct 17, 1917    "In God we trust"

8-Birdwell, Walter C.    March 28, 1880     July 21, 1909    Brother, "Thy trials ended thy rest is won"

9-Birdwell, Rebecca Matilda    Jan 27, 1855     Jan 19, 1941

10-Brinley, Hall Lee    Nov 30, 1889     April 9, 1911    Son of J.F. & Minnie E., "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"

11-Unknown    -    -     Concrete stone, no writting, nearly buried in ground, right at roads edge

Row 2

1-Watson, W.T. "Bill"    1881     1946

2-Travis, Ola Watson    March 5, 1902     Feb 22, 1990

3-Birdwell, Frank C.    Feb 8, 1881     Feb 15, 1943    Double with Ellen

4-Birdwell, Ellen    Sept 7, 1883     No date of death    Double with Frank C.

5-McCarty, O.L. (Olley)    Dec 30, 1879     May 9, 1961    Double with Bettie

6-McCarty, Bettie (Rebecca Elizabeth Brown)     June 14, 1879    Sept 9, 1972    Double with O.L.

7-McCarty, Olley J.(Olley Junior)    Feb 14, 1907    Dec 25, 1954    Son of O.L. & Bettie McCarty

8-Brinley, J.F.    June 4, 1858     Jan 13, 1920    "Twas hard to give thee up but they will o God be done"

9-Brinley, Ray A.    Aug 22, 1895     Dec 13, 1987    SGT US Army WWI

10-Burnett, Catherine C.    -     Died Feb 22, 1915    About 68 years old, "Gone but not forgotten", "Peace Perfect Peace"

11-Riedl, Jane Lynn (Hudson)    Oct 22, 1945    -    Double with Nathan Eugene, Wed May 29, 1976

12-Riedl, Nathan Eugene    Jan 27, 1931     -    Double with Jane Lynn, Wed May 29, 1976, has Rx on the stone

Row 3

1-Kerley, Richard Glisson    Oct 9, 1914     Oct 30, 1974

2-Kerley, Gracie F.    Nov 19, 1895     Oct 4, 1985

3-Harris, Arthur M.    June 14, 1904     July 12, 1906    Son of S.D. & N.B., "Our darling one hath gone before to greet us on the blissful shore"

4-Tarbutton, Ethel L.    Aug 10, 1899     Jan 27, 1982    Aunt/Sister (in Segroves plot)

5-Segroves, Louisa E.    Jan 1, 1877     Aug 12, 1959    "Her life lives on"

6-Segroves, Charlie W.    Feb 27, 1877     Jan 7, 1939    "He died as he lived, a Christian"

7-Moore, Charlie    1875     1926    Uncle, has old FHM stone at foot, no plaque

8-Moore, Mrs. Barilla A.    Dec 15, 1844     Jan 11, 1901    Wife of Miles J., "Remember friends as you pass by as you are now so once was I, as I am now you soon shall be, prepare for death and follow me"

9-Roberts, Mollie E.    1877     1937

10-Roberts, Dan    1868     1941

11-Barrett, Claude B., Jr.    Aug 1, 1922     Oct 10, 1941    Son of Inez and Claude, "An inspiration to all who knew him"

12-Burch, Ida    April 22, 1878     Dec 21, 1965

13-Burch, A.D.    Feb 24, 1871     Oct 13, 1912    Woodmen of the World Memorial, huge stone

14-Burch, Astynx Douglas    Oct 27, 1910     Nov 26, 1966

15-Barrett, Inez    Nov 18, 1901     March 26, 1980    Double with Claude, Wed Nov 23, 1920, "Together Forever"

16-Barrett, Claude    Dec 5, 1896     Dec 11, 1978    Double with Inez, Wed Nov 23, 1920, "Together Forever"

17-Johnson, Melvina Frances    1863     1909    Stone is chipped on corner

18-Johnson, Jessie May    1895     1908

19-Unknown    -    -     Concrete block, probably lot marker

20-Pickel, David Luther    March 30, 1912     Oct 3, 1989    Double with Sadie Elizabeth Cunningham

21-Pickel, Sadie Elizabeth (Cunningham)     April 11, 1923    May 16, 1993    Double with David Luther

22-Pickel, Lillian Lake    July 1, 1913     Sept 18, 1994    Double with James Thomas

23-Pickel, James Thomas    Oct 4, 1904     Sept 11, 1987    Double with Lillian Lake

Row 4

1-Segroves, Family Stone    -     -    No info

2-Stacy, Pat A.    1903     1960    Husband of Norma

3-Gooch, Millie Bell    1871     1957    Double with Alfred Sherman

4-Gooch, Alfred Sherman    1865     1947    Double with Millie Bell

5-Vaughn, Cora Chipman    Jan 14, 1887     Sept 26, 1916    "Come Ye Blessed", "A tender mother and a faithful friend"

6-Unknown    -        -        Rock next to Cora Chipman Vaughn, could be old stone for her

7-Unknown    -         -         Concrete block, probably lot marker

8-J.F.B.    -    -         Looks like a misplaced footstone laying on it's side

9-Pickel, Rebecca M.    Sept 15, 1846     April 18, 1924    Wife of W.H.

10-Pickel, William H.    Nov 31, 1843     Feb 7, 1909    "Dust thou art and dust thou shall return, the spirit returned to God who gave it"

11-Pickel, T.M.    1884     1920

12-Pickel, C.M. "Charlie"   -         Dec 1931    Concrete block, handmade, unreadable, but is C.M. Pickel, per Vera Mae Pickel McCarty

13-Dabbs, Rachel Gracie    Aug 28, 1909     July 4, 1915    "Come ye blessed"

14-Dabbs, Wilson    Jan 11, 1915     June 25, 1915    "Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven"

15-Dabbs, Granville    Oct 8(9?), 1904     Oct 7, 1921    Son of W.J. & Bertie, "Weep not he is at rest" At Rest

16-Dabbs, Bertie    April 2, 1862     March 19, 1935    Wife of W.J.

17-Dabbs, Jack W.J.    July 7, 1878     Nov 28, 1965

18-Ridgeway, Thomas Mance    1876     1965    Double with Caria Dellar

19-Ridgeway, Caria Dellar    1881     1965    Double with Thomas Mance

20-Ridgeway, Sam C.    1914     1968

21-Ridgeway, Emmalee    1914     1978

22-Harris, Madelaine A.    Feb 22, 1956     Jan 13, 1977    "Our darling", Has picture of her on it

23-Champlin, Joyce Ridgeway    April 1, 1934    April 21, 1995

24-Unknown    -    -     Unmarked, at road, to the south of Joyce Champlin, within the Ridgeway concrete enclosure but has no marker

Row 5

1-Malicoat, Luvene    Oct 22, 1937     Oct 22, 1937    Right at edge of road

2-Boyd, Austin    Jan 21, 1886     Aug 12, 1934    Double with Lulu S.

3-Boyd, Lulu S.    May 27, 1890     Sept 20, 1968    Double with Austin

4-Boyd, James G.    July 7, 1922     Nov 4, 1984    TMT2 US Navy WWII

5-Gooch, Thelma    March 14, 1898     Dec 13, 1917    "Love devine all love excelling(?)"

6-Gooch,  Roland    1894     1977    Has Stufflebean FHM also which says Roland D., Age 89

7-Gooch, Weta Dean    -    -      No info

8-Flanagan, Ina    Sept 9, 1880     Oct 4, 1928    Wife of R.G. Flanagan

9-Flanagan, Baby    -    -     No info

10-Shumate, William Edward Jr.    1909     -    1909

11-Burch, Mary A.    April 26, 1837     Sept 15, 1930        Mother, Double with J.E. Sr

12-Burch, J.E., Sr.    Sept 6, 1837     July 26, 1917    Father, Double with Mary A., "Gone but not forgotten"

13-Chipman, Ida J.    Nov 5, 1857     April 13, 1957    Double with Joseph A.

14-Chipman, Joseph A.    Oct 9, 1845     April 21, 1941

15-Hall, Lawrence    Aug 2, 1905     May 12, 1997    Son of G.W. & Ila, "Weep not Papa and Mama for me for I am waiting in Heaven for thee"

16-Unknown    -         -         Concrete block, probably lot marker, in line with the other 2

17-Pickles, Mary    Sept 23, 1907     Nov 15, 1908    "Rest little one, a mother's tears may fall"

18-Pickel, Twin Boys    Sept 15, 1922     Sept 15, 1922

19-Pickel, Mittie Mae    Aug 26, 1885     Aug 14, 1953    Double with F.M. Randy, still has old handmade stone beside the new one

20-Pickel, F.M. Randy    Sept 15, 1877     Oct 5, 1956    Double with Mittie Mae, still has old handmade stone beside the new one

21-Plummer, Guy    March 24, 1887     Dec 11, 1935    Oklahoma PVT 1CL 52 Field Arty 18 Div, "He gave his all"

22-Plummer, Lillie Biffle    Jan 3, 1895     Sept 11, 1941    Wife of Guy Plummer

23-Bostic, Annie J.    1901     1918

24-Bostic, Jim C.    1867     1936

25-Bostic, Horace W.    June 3, 1909     Nov 1, 1968    Oklahoma PVT Btry B 119 AA Gun BN CAC WWII

26-Bostic, William T.    June 10, 1912     Aug 15, 1968    Oklahoma TEC 4 13 Repl Depot WWII

27-Churchwell, Ethel    July 7, 1892     Nov 9, 1976    Double with Luther

28-Churchwell, Luther    Feb 5, 1887     July 8, 1965    Double with Ethel

Unknown - Holmes, Otis B.    March 22, 1931     Nov 9, 1999    68 years old, Found on old canvass in section 5, row 6, 7 or 8 but exact location unknown (Check?)

Row 6

1-Smith, Dr. Glenn R. "Dick"     May 30, 1925    Dec 19, 2001    Double with Rita Kaye, Children - Jerry, Bonnie, Marsha, Holly, PHM2 US Navy WWII

2-Smith, Rita Kaye    May 18, 1927     -    Double with Glenn R., Children - Jerry, Bonnie, Marsha, Holly

3-Brewer, Verna    Nov 1, 1910     Oct 4, 1995    Double with R.B., Wed July 29, 1926, Our children - Rita Kaye, Paul Raye, Nita Gaye, Granddaughter - Kay Metz

4-Brewer, R.B. (Pappy)    March 4, 1910     May 22, 1986    Double with Verna, Wed July 29, 1936, Our children - Rita Kaye, Paul Raye, Nita Gaye, Granddaughter - Kay Metz

5-Saxton, Mae E.    Feb 22, 1892     Nov 20, 1985

6-Brewer, Roseline M.    Nov 9, 1913     Jan 11, 1975    Double with Paul W., Double with Roseline M., "31 years of love", "Only death could part us, Darling"

7-Brewer, Paul W.    Feb 29, 1912     Feb 11, 1960    Double with Roseline M., "31 years of love", "Only death could part us, Darling"

8-Gooch, Joe    1915    1936

9-Gooch, Jack    1906     1922

10-Martin, Herbert Brannon    March 3, 1924     Sept 12, 1978    "He can never quite leave us although he has passed a thousand sweet memories are holding him fast"

11-Martin, Jewel    1903     1927    Double with Jim

12-Martin, Jim    1902     1938    Double with Jewel

13-Unknown    -    -     Old funeral home marker only, no writting left

14-Unknown (McCurley?)   -    -     Old unreadable stone beside McCurley,

15-McCurley, Willie Hyatt    1880     1916    Wife of J.B.

16-McCurley, John Brown    1877     1939

17-Holt, Lucille    March 4, 1915     July 4, 1916

18-Holt, Alice E.    July 13, 1897     Feb 19, 1985    Double with Ed. M., Wed Jan 1, 1914, Parents of Lucille, Elmer, Hurbert, Mary

19-Holt, Ed M.    Feb 21, 1894     Feb 12, 1985    Double with Alice E., Wed Jan 1, 1914, Parents of Lucille, Elmer, Hurbert, Mary

20-Unknown    -    -     Small stone, no writting, in line with two others

21-Unknown    -    -     Small stone, no writting, in line with two others

22-Unknown    -    -     Small stone, no writting, in line with two others

23-Eggleston, Bertha Mae    July 9, 1898     Aug 4, 1934    Double with Albert S.

24-Eggleston, Albert S.    Nov 14, 1900     Sept 10, 1962    Double with Bertha Mae

25-Bostic, Family Stone

Row 7

1-Paris, Infant Son    Sept 26, 1922     Sept 26, 1922    Son of B.F. & F.C. Paris

2-Unknown    -         -         Flat stone with no writting at foot of McCurley

3-Cantrell, Bessie    May 29, 1891     Sept 2, 1919    Wife of J.W. Cantrell , "She was a kind and affectionate wife and a fond mother and a friend to all"

4-Self, Berry    Nov 14, 1856     July 26, 1915    "An honest man in the noblest work of God"

5-Beaty, Lela P.    April 12, 1886     Oct 29, 1916    Wife of John L. Beaty, "In life she exhibited the grace of a Christian, in death her spirit returned to God who gave it"

6-Beaty, Maxine    Sept 18, 1914     July 28, 1916    Daughter of John & Lela, "She was to good, too gentle and fair to dwell in this cold world of care"

7-Churchwell, Calie Mae    -     June 2, 1913(?)     1916(?)   Handmade and hard to read, death date partially buried

8-Churchwell, Birdie     -    Oct 12, 1920     1921(1931?)   Handmade and hard to read, death date partially buried

9-Churchwell, Lillie Ruth    -     Dec 29, 1930    Jan 1931    Handmade and hard to read, death date partially buried

Row 8

1-Black, Bee    1885    1927

2-Black, Ida Mae    1886     1862

3-Black, Lucille    Aug 11, 1919     Feb 12, 1972    Double with Pete, Wed May 23, 1936, No last name listed but between Black headstones

4-Black, Pete    Dec 4, 1912     No date of death, Wed May 23, 1936, Double with Lucille, No last name listed but between Black headstones

5-Black, Mary    July 12, 1882     Jan 26, 1978

6-Vaut, Frances Louise    Nov 5, 1918     April 6, 1919    Daughter of B.A. & M.E. Vaut, "Twas hard to give thee up but they will O God be done", stone is off base

7-McClendon, Wanda    Jan 26, 1924     Jan 23, 1998

8-McClendon, Lowery Hastings    Dec 4, 1921     Aug 19, 1990    GY Sgt US Marine Corps, WWII

9-Yats, J.J.    April 19, 1857     March 7, 1892    "Here I lay my burdens down, change the cross into the crown"

10-Speare, Arthur J.    Oct 1, 1885     May 5, 1947

11-Speare, Eliza Jago    Oct 4, 1851     July 20, 1936    "Gone but not forgotten", Double with William M.

12-Speare, William M.    June 4, 1852     Nov 24, 1929    "Gone but not forgotten", Double with Eliza Jago

13-Phipps, Lucille    Aug 18, 1918     Sept 15, 1975

14-Phipps, James S.    May 12, 1868     June 8, 1945    At foot of Lucille

Unk - Phipps, Mary Ann    March 26, 1874     March 10, 1963    Found in old canvass in Section 5, buried somewhere near the other Phipps (Check?)

15-Phipps, Buster    Sept 12, 1911     March 16, 1989   

16-Hanes, Garvin B.    May 26, 1904     Jan 20, 1905    Son of G.H. & N.M., "A little time on earth he spent til  God for him his Angels sent"

Unk-Hanes, Gracie Irene    Sept 28, 1911     Jan 17, 1912    Found on old canvass in section 5 but unsure of exact location (Check?)

17-Hanes, Inez    Aug 8, 1902     Dec 27, 1918

18-Hanes, George H.    Aug 3, 1865     Sept 22, 1926

19-Hanes, Georgia Eloice    July 5, 1906     May 27, 1935

20-Hanes, Nettie Mary    Feb 11, 1876     Feb 19, 1952

21-McCurley, J.W.    Jan 9, 1873     July 7, 1941(?)    Handmade and hard to read, has old FHM stone on top of it with plaque unreadable

22-Ferrell, Earl    July 20, 1909     Oct 12, 1920    "In Loving Memory"

23-Ferrell, Myrtle Della    1886     1955    "Gone but not forgotten"

24-Ferrell, John William    1873     1958    "Gone but not forgotten"

25-McKannie, Robert F.    Nov 9, 1880     Nov 8, 1902

26-Bagwell, Frank Ernest    Feb 24, 1891     Sept 28, 1961    Oklahoma PVT 117 Ammunition Train WWII

27-Unknown    -    -     Concrete block, could be Bagwell burial or lot marker, or other

28-Bagwell, Lettie Beaty    Feb 16, 1885     April 4, 1932

29-Bagwell, Fred Brantley    Oct 14, 1884     Jan 10, 1961

30-Bagwell, Elizabeth Dickey    1846     1918

31-Bagwell, James Polk    1868     1921

32-Maness, Birdie    Dec 31, 1876     May 31, 1956

33-Maness, Richard Maynard    Oct 5, 1872     Oct 11, 1958

34-Maness, Mary Grace    April 10, 1908     July 9, 1966

Row 9

1-Blake, Flora Madge    May 18, 1894     Dec 15, 1918    "Just in the morning of her day, in youth and love she died", In Memoriam - Woodmens Circle

Speare, Emanual Ralph    March 8, 1843    Oct 17, 1936     

2-Burnett, Esther McGee    July 15, 1909     Jan 15, 1996    From old canvass, in section 5, row 7, 8 or 9, unsure of exact grave number (Check?)

3-Inman, Eula L.    Dec 24, 1889     March 31, 1975    Mother, Double with Wesley G., Wed Feb 2, 1907, Parents of Ruby, Wanda, Dollie, Bill, "Love is love forever more"

4-Inman, Wesley, G.    March 4, 1887     Sept 30, 1972    Daddy, Double with Eula L., Wed Feb 2, 1907, Parents of Ruby, Wanda, Dollie, Bill, "Love is love forever more"

5-Powell, Ruby Venice    Jan 14, 1908     July 18, 1986    Double with George Alvin, Wed Oct 26, 1929, Our daughter - Debra Kaye

6-Powell, George Alvin    Feb 3, 1906     June 8, 1981    Double with Ruby Venice, Wed Oct 26, 1929, Our daughter - Debra Kaye, PVT US Army WWII

8-Ard, John A.    Sept 20, 1873     June 10, 1921    Beloved One Farewell

9-Ard, Laura E.    June 6, 1883     Sept 25, 1976    Our Wonderful Mother

10-Womack, James L.    Nov 12, 1911     July 26, 1972

11-Bagwell, Family Stone

11-Ward, Beulah Bagwell    Nov 4, 1907     March 18, 1994, footstones, listed in Row 10 also

12-Ward, John P.    1901     1978    MAM1 US Navy WWII, footstones, listed in Row 10 also

Row 10

1-Jackson, Texana    1888     1977    Double with H. Walter

2-Jackson, H. Walter    1876     1927    Double with Texana

3-Hamm, Lovie Randolph    March 1, 1885     Sept 7, 1942

4-Randolph, W.C.    Oct 19, 1842     July 29, 1915

5-Randolph, Sarah    Jan 16, 1846     Sept 28, 1890

6-Moore, Eula C.    Sept 27, 1893     Dec 26, 1893    Double with Thomas R., "They ????? may ???? shall ???? go  and finished ???? welcome us to Heaven and then reunited to part never more ???? one ???? shall we sing and one saviour adore"

7-Moore, Thomas R.    May 28, 1890     June 1, 1890    Double with Eula C., "They ????? may ???? shall ???? go  and finished ???? welcome us to Heaven and then reunited to part never more ???? one ???? shall we sing and one saviour adore"

8-Powell, Nancy M.    Nov 3, 1838     Feb 28, 1911    Wife of Rev J.C. Powell, Info per Stufflebean Funeral Home Records is - Date of funeral 3-1-1911 at Whitebead Cemetery at 2:30 p.m., died near Pauls Valley at age 74

9-Powell, Rev J.C.    -     Died Feb 16, 1891    Aged 63 yrs 19 dys     "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my cause, I have kept the faith"    2 Tim IV.7

10-Powell, Mattie C.    -     -    Aged 19yrs 10 mos 10 dys, "She lived for Christ, She died for Christ, She reigns with Christ"

11-Powell, Charles M.        June 12, 1881    Oct 27, 1953    

12-Harris, Mary Powell    Sept 19, 1876     Oct 28, 1961

13-Harris, Walter D.    Oct 6, 1879     Dec 22, 1905    "Beloved One Farewell"

14-Powell, Jimmye Willard    Oct 8, 1904     Feb 12, 1905    "Our darling one hath gone before to greet us on the blissful shore"

15-Powell, George W.    March 13, 1878     Jan 29, 1915    "He is not dead but sleepeth"

16-Dalton, Mary Allie    Dec 25, 1879     Aug 26, 1896    Age 16 yrs 8 mos 1 day, Daughter of Rev. I.F. &  M.C., "Beneath this tomb lies a precious jewel of our earthly treasure but shie is gone. Farewell darling till we meet again in the sweet by and by"

17-Jernigan, Danie    Oct 12, 1895     March 27, 1906(1900?)    Son of Mrs. Eva Jernigan and Tony, stone is chipped where year of death is

18-Cook, Jernigan    June 18, 1899     March 19, 1900    Son of A.P. and T.E. Cook

19-Hewitt, Cora L.    June 5, 1866     Feb 3, 1893    Daughter of J.D. & M.A. Jones, "Farewell dear Cora, farewell.  This world is not your home. Your short life is ever dear to our memory"

20-Echols, Ellis R.    Aug 20, 1893     Aug 29, 1894    Son of I.T. & L.E. Echols, "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kindgom of God"  Luke XVIII.16

21-Ward, John Wayne M.D.    Oct 9, 1927     March 13, 1995   

22-Ward, Beulah Bagwell    Nov 4, 1907     March 18, 1994    Double with John P., Wed Aug 1, 1925, has stone at foot also

23-Ward, John P.    Sept 25, 1901     Sept 19, 1978    Double with Beulah Bagwell, Wed Aug 1, 1925, has stone at foot also

Row 11

1-Rockwood, David Randolph    Oct 7, 1958     Aug 14, 1980

2-Randolph, Sallie A.    Jan 16, 1846     Sept 28, 1890    Wife of W.C., has W.C. Randolph on the back of the stone, perhaps he is buried here also?

3-Rockwood, LeRoy Oakle    March 4, 1905     Dec 17, 1979

4-Rockwood, Imogene Moore    Jan 11, 1993     -    One date only

5-Moore, Jessie Randolph    Jan 30, 1871     Oct 7, 1956

6-Moore, E.M.    Jan 31, 1859     Sept 27, 1925

7-Harris, Lena D.    Feb 5, 1906     Sept 25, 1977

8-Harris, Clarence A.    Sept 19, 1902     March 24, 1960

9-Harris, Max C.    July 17, 1928     -    No date of death

10-Whitfield, Thelma Harris    -     -    No dates, Double with J.C. (Don), No info

11-Whitfield, J.C. (Don)    -     -    No dates, Double with Thelma, No info

12-Montgomery, Mr. & Mrs. S.A.    -     -    No dates, No info, Double with Mrs. S.A., �Gone but not forgotten�   5-11 , this is Samuel Asbury Montgomery, born in Tennessee, died Feb 4, 1912 &  Elizabeth E. Davis Tiner Montgomery, born in Sharp Co. Ark, died in Pauls Valley, Eliz applied for a widow's pension in Ok in 1915.  I don't have the date of her death. Samuel Asbury Montgomery enlisted in the Confederate Army at Monticello, AK in 1862 served until the war ended. submitted by Connie Selders

13-Etheredge, Andrew J.    April 12, 1877     May 16, 1942

14-Etheredge, Minnie F.    July 15, 1875     Feb 21, 1956

15-Etheredge, Dee M.    Dec 31, 1912     Jan 24, 1953    Oklahoma TEC 4 Co H 179 Inf 45 Inf Div WWII BSN

16-Spann, Foye    Sept 12, 1904     March 31, 1966

17-Spann, Clarence    Feb 9, 1903     April 10, 1963

18-Patterson, Orban C.    Sept 24, 1890     Aug 20, 1944    Inside fenced Patterson plot, almost covered with grass, Orban, Everett Mason, Janie Burks, and the Yoder baby are the only legible stones here.  These are the known burials inside the black wrought iron fence enclosure belonging to the Pattersons. Some are no longer legible and others have "disappeared" entirely
submitted by Kathryn Bradway

Unknown - Patterson, S. Price    April 2, 1863    Oct 28, 1916    Buried in the Patterson fenced enclosure but unmarked, Submitted by Kathryn Bradway

Unknown - Patterson, Vernon    April 10, 1895    March 6, 1917    Buried in the Patterson fenced enclosure but unmarked, Submitted by Kathryn Bradway

Row 12

1-Eaton, Sarah E.    Aug ?, ????     Feb 12, 18??    Dau of N.C. Mitchel(?), stone is lying on the ground nearly covered over, and broken in several pieces, Cannot be sure of dates and such, This grave is at the north end of the row very close to the road and the rest of the row is almost at the other end

2-Etheredge, Edith B.    Aug 20, 1921     -    Double with Jack C., Wed June 17, 1939

3-Etheredge, Jack C.    July 3, 1916     March 28, 1988    Double with Edith B., Wed June 17, 1939, "Jack Chamlee", BM1 US Navy WWII

4-Etheredge, M. Lorena    April 29, 1912     July 7, 1977    Double with Hoke S.

5-Etheredge, Hoke S.    Sept 6, 1907     May 20, 1973    Double with M. Lorena, Oklahoma CMOMM USNR WWII

6-Yoder, Infant Daughter    Oct 10, 1903     -    One date only, Infant daughter of O.J. & Maud, inside Patterson fence, named Octavia,  Submitted by Kathryn Bradway

7-Patterson, Family Stone    -     -    Inside Patterson fence, this fence spans 3 rows, Submitted by Kathryn Bradway

8-Burks, Janie    Jan 19, 1885     Jan 13, 1903    Inside Patterson fence, Submitted by Kathryn Bradway

9-Mason, Everett P.    March 16, 1893     June 13, 1917    Gone but not forgotten, Inside Patterson fence, Everett P. Mason, 19, was the son of R.W. and Emily Mason of   Maysville, see news article   submitted by LVLazarus@aol.com

10-Williams, Dallas    May 30, 1902     Jan 17, 1906    Son of R.I. & Della Williams, "Gone to be an Angel", Double spire stone with Rufus I.

11-Williams, Rufus I.    April 4, 1868     Jan 24, 1906    Gone but not forgotten, Double spire stone with Dallas

12-Jones,  Nora Pansy    Nov 7, 1900     April 13, 1946

13-Jones, George Monroe    April 15, 1891     Aug 23, 1969    Oklahoma PVT  Co C 2 BN US Guard WWI

14-Jones, Houston Ray    April 8, 1921     June 30, 1990       Double with Doris A., CPL US Army WWII

15-Jones, Doris A.    March 3, 1922     Feb 2, 1997        Double with Houston Ray

16-Jones, Mary Louise    Aug 20, 1930     -    Double with Billy James, Wed June 1, 1947, Parents of Rodney, Rita, Justin

18-Jones, Billy James "Pete"     Dec 29, 1929    May 7, 1997    Double with Mary Louise, Wed June 1, 1947, Parents of Rodney, Rita, Justin, SSGT US Air Force Korea

Unk-Williams, Joe Henry    Aug 9, 1940(birthdate)    One date only, Found on old canvass in Section 5, but unsure of exact location

Row 13

1-Campbell, John M.    April 17, 1923     Feb 1, 1981    PVT US Marine Corps WWII Korea

2-Campbell, Maud A.    Dec 14, 1887     Nov 30, 1975    Double with John T.

3-Campbell, John T.    June 28, 1881     July 26, 1927    Double with Maud A.

4-Campbell, Maud Lee    Aug 31, 1914     Aug 5, 1915

5-Unknown    -    -     Native stone close to Maud Lee Campbell, could be old stone for her

6-Campbell, Baby    July 20, 1907     One date only

7-Pratt, Mercedes F. Garvin    Feb 13, 1879 Austin, Texas    March 29, 1957 Ada, Oklahoma

8-Garvin, Robert    Nov 24, 1874     Aug 6, 1903

9-Garvin, Susan H.    July 15, 1854     June 26, 1943    (wife of Samuel J.,  Susan Muncrief)

10-Garvin, S.J.    Jan 28, 1844     July 20, 1898    (Samuel JohnsonGarvin, Garvin County's namesake, husband of Susan H. Muncrief)

11-Garvin, Vivian    1891     1916

12-Garvin, Robert H., Jr.    July 14, 1901     Sept 20, 1965

13-Garvin, Mercedes    Aug 24, 1903     Aug 24, 1904

Unk-Garvin, Martha Elizabeth Brewington     May 3, 1887    May 24, 1919    1st wife of John Barton Garvin, son of Samuel Johnson and Susan H. Muncrief Garvin. She was married Sept 14, 1908, death certificate shows her buried in the Garvin Plot here, unmarked, Stufflebean Funeral home records show her to be hear also, died in childbirth, wife of John, housewife

14-Shumate, ?????    -    -     No info, small burial with concrete runner around it, looks like a child but no stone or other info

Row 14

1-Winter, Sophia    Sept 17, 1841     July 28, 1889    Wife of Charles "Gone but not forgotten", Double white spire with her son, Joseph E.

2-Winter, Joseph E.    July 4, 1866     April 20, 1886    Son of Charles & Sophia, "Peace and Good will to all", Double white spire with his mother, Sophia

3-Lynch, Barbara H.    Feb 7, 1828     Sept 16, 1887    "Servant of God well done, rest from thy loved employ. The battle fought, the victory won. Rest in thy masters joy"

4-Williams, Isaac L.    Oct 27, 1878     July 18, 1901    At Rest, "Still with pure hand and voices sweet we cast our crown at Jesus feet and sing of everlasting love in everlasting strains above"

5-Ridley, Dovie E.    April 11, 1900     May 4, 1900    Daugher of J.W. & S.E. Ridley, "Beautiful lovely she was but given a fair bud to earth to bloom in Heaven above", Double spire with George B. Ridley, inside iron railing at intersection of roads

6-Ridley, George B.    Feb 22, 1890     Jan 23, 1900    Son of J.W. & S.E. Ridley, Double spire with Dovie E., inside iron railing at intersection of roads

7-Ridley, Avis J.    May 28, 1903     Jan 20, 1908    Daughter of J.W. & S.E., "To Angel from thy spirit grown, thy God hath claimed thee for his own", "Come Ye Blessed", inside iron railing at intersection of roads

Row 15

1-Bell, William Arnold    Aug 6, 1919     Feb 6, 1996    US Navy WWII Korea, Pearl Harbor Survivor, my Dad - Kathleen Bell-Hess

2-Bell, Sarah Rebecca    Dec 14, 1883     Oct 5, 1978    Loving Mother of William & Julia

3-Adams, Elizabeth B.    April 16, 1895     May 28, 1916    In Memoriam Woodmens Circle, Wife of F.B.Adams

4-Campbell, Julia G.    Oct 10, 1855     May 29, 1928    UDC, Double with Hugh A.

5-Campbell, Hugh A.    Feb 12, 1843     Dec 29, 1902    Double with Julia G.

6-Campbell, Jessie T.    -     Oct 14, 1892    Daughter of H.A. & Julia, Aged 6 mos & 28 dys

7-Burch, E. Carl    -     July 23, 1892    Son of J.E. & L. Burch, Jr., Aged 6 mos & 7 dys, "Tis a little grave but oh have care for world and hopes are buried here"

8-Burch, Lizzie    Sept 29, 1872     Aug 26, 1895    Wife of J.E. Burch, Jr., "Known and unknown, human divine, sweet darling hand and lips and eye, dear Heavenly one thou canst not die, mine, mine, forever mine"

9-Burch, J.E.    March 1, 1867     Oct 28, 1911    "He died as he lived, a Christian"

10-Burch, Ellie    June 9, 1878     Nov 28, 1956

11-Burch, ???    -    -     Could be footstone or lot marker

12-Chamlee, George W.    Feb 14, 1854     Feb 21, 1935

13-Phipps, Ernest Ralph, Jr.    Oct 27, 1921     March 6, 2000    Beloved Father, "Precious Memories", US Army WWII

14-Phipps, Ethel May    Aug 2, 1900     Dec 1, 1999    Double with Ernest R. (Pete)

15-Phipps, Ernest R. (Pete)    Nov 6, 1898     May 27, 1970

16-Murray, Mary F. (Pat)    June 15, 1909     April 4, 1994    Double with Herman R., "In Loving Memories", "One day at a time"

17-Murray, Herman R.    Sept 1, 1906     March 12, 1985    Double with Mary F. (Pat), "In Loving Memories", "One day at a time"

18-Murray, Mary E.    Sept 3, 1873     July 10, 1973    Double with Henry

19-Murray, Henry    March 17, 1882     Feb 9, 1950    Double with Mary E.

20-Murray, Maggie Lucile    July 10, 1897     Nov 7, 1899    "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not", "Asleep in Jesus", Double spire with Julia Ave

21-Murray, Julia Ave    Sept 19, 1880     June 13, 1901    Double spire with Maggie Lucile

22-Morris, Hubert J.    Sept 24, 1913     June 3, 1974    Double with Jaunita H.

23-Morris, Juanita H.    April 15, 1921     -    Double with Hubert J.

24-Morris, Wallace Dean    Sept 1, 1945     Jan 5, 1976    PVT US Army Vietnam

25-Morris, Douglas Jess    Nov 19, 1964     March 21, 1984    "Gone but not forgotten"

26-Ridley, Sarah E.    1873     19XX    No year of death, Double with John W., inside iron railing at intersection of roads with their 3 children, almost covered over with grass, "In God we trust"

27-Ridley, John W.    1866     1942    Double with Sarah E., inside iron railing at intersection of roads with their 3 children, almost covered over with grass, "In God we trust"

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