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Lacie Family Cemetery
Westville, Adair County, Oklahoma
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Photographed by: Annajo Cantrell-Limore

Oklahoma Federation of Labor Collection, M452, Box 5, Folder 2.
Western History Collections. University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
T-559-3 (Third of Four Interviews) MARGARET SIXKILLER BAGBY, CHEROKEE .
INTERVIEWED BY: J. W. TYNERB
INTERVIEW DATE: MARCH 31, 1970.
GENERAL SUBJECT: HISTORY MATERIALS OF NORTHEAST ADAIR COUNTY, OKLAHOMA.
"Mrs. Bagby tells that her mother remembers seeing the U. S. Marshalls come by the Old Soldier Sixkiller place and stay all night.
When they had prisoners with them they were chained to a big Chinaberry tree that stood out in the yard.
The prisoners were usually on their way to court at Ft. Smith.
The Dunnaway brothers were chained to the Chinaberry tree when they were on their way to Tahlequah for trial in the murder of Wash Lee.
They were hung, and their bodies brought to the Lacie Cemetery northwest of Mission Church for burial".
In further connection with the Dunnaway matter, Mrs. Bagby reveals a piece of paper from an old book which reads: "The old lady, Cha-wa-lu-kee, was a Cherokee doctor, and the mother of the Du-no-wo-se boys, who killed Wash Lee.
These boys were hung in the year 1891, the hanging taking place at Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation. Indian Territory".

Obits & research by; Martha Real
Photographed & Surveyed 2012-08 by; Annajo Cantrell-Limore

From the Hwy 62/59 intersection in Westville, drive north on US 59 for 2 miles to E690 Rd. Turn west (left), drive 1 mile to S4730 Rd (Google Earth says it’s N 4720 Rd). Turn north (right) and drive for 1.1 miles to the house on the east (right) side of the road. Cemetery is in the pasture on private land.
Google Earth: 36*02’00.58"N / 94*36’02.70"W

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SURNAME

FIRST MI

BIRTH

DEATH

COMMENTS

         
Blackfox John     H of Martha
Blackfox Martha 1838 Apr 16 1902 W of John   photo
Charles Charlotte C Lacie 1889 1912 Closed are thy sad eyes from this world of pain,
But it’s trust in God to heel thee again.
(She has a footstone)
photo
Charles Fletcher no date no date Age 2 Months; Our Darling Baby (He has a footstone)
photo
English Janice Elaine 4/20/1945 1/5/2007 photo    Obit
Grant Fred Dunnawas 1871 4/17/1891 photo
Grigsby Jennie A 1864 1933 At Rest
photo
Lacie Adam L no date Mar 20 1906 Age 5._ Years
(He has a footstone)
photo
Lacie Ellen M Feb 15 1885 Aug 4 1885 Dau of A. L. & E. M. Lacie
photo
Lacie Eller Lottie Oct 20 1895 Feb 12 1911 She has a footstone
photo
Lacie E M Mrs. Feb 9 1865 April __ 1885 Wife of A. L. Lacie
photo
Lacie Iona Apr 14 1897 May 2 1917 She faltered by the wayside
and Angels took her home.
photo
Lacie Kate Nov 1 1888 Feb 24 1967 Dbl w/ Silas W Lacie
photo
obit
Lacie Silas W Sept 8 1886 Jan 2 1986 Dbl w/ Kate Lacie
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Martin Pete Sept 3 1929 no date Born in Delaware County;
Kicked Out;
Jesus Loves Cowboys
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Pilgrim Clyde Edward May 6 1940 July 30 1997 photo
Pilgrim Eulalia Wynonna July 23, 1915 December 13, 2007 photo    Obit
Quarles George Dunnawas 1868 1891 photo
Sixkiller Ellen 1835 Jan 4 1879 Aged 44 years
photo
Sixkiller Taylor no date Nov 17 1889 He has the Trail of Tears Endurement plaque.
"In honor of one who endured the forced removal of the Cherokees in 1838-39."
The Trail of Tears Association,
Oklahoma Chapter
(He has a footstone)
photo
Unknown       Three grave markers
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Walker Sallie no date Sep 10 1897 Aged 90 years;
She has the Trail of Tears Endurement plaque.
"In honor of one who endured the forced removal of the Cherokees in 1838-39."
The Trail of Tears Association,
Oklahoma Chapter
(She has a footstone)
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Watt Anthony Todd "Tony" Mar 21 1967 Nov 10 1997 Beloved Son & Brother
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Watt Shannon Kay on June 5, 1969
in Tahlequah, Oklahoma
May 25, 2012
in Natural Dam, Arkansas
Daughter of Richard Edward and
Janice Elaine (Pilgrim) Watt
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