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Submitted by: Martha Real

Old Starr Cemetery # 1
aka Old Hickory Starr Burying Ground
Bell Community, Adair County, Oklahoma
 

This cemetery is located about 12 miles south of Stilwell OK., near the Bell Elementary School. Must contact land owner prior to visiting. This location is locked to keep livestock away.

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SURNAME

FIRST MI

BIRTH

DEATH

OTHER

Dudley Jillie Narcissia July 15, 1913 August 02, 1986 “73 years old”
See photo
Rogers Callie December 06, 1888 August 09, 1917 Caroline (Callie) STARR Rogers D/o Fannie STARR and Andrew Jackson ROGERS
“She’s gone to worlds above where souls
and angels meet to realize our Saviors love and worship at his feet. (Stone) ERECTED
BY HER SISTER”
See photo
Sawney Betty August 10, 1888 January 22, 1946 *Could be the daughter of Fannie STARR and George W. HAMPTON
Age 63,
“MOTHER”
See photo
Starr Caleb August 04, 1897 November 12, 1913 S/o John Bell (Yute) STARR and Mary SANDERS
“At Rest”
See photo
Starr   Callie 1888 1917  
Starr Fannie 1857 1912 D/O Caleb STARR and Betsy KEATH
“Mother”, “The gates of Heaven for her
shall open wide. Jesus is the truth, the way that leads you into rest”
See photo
Starr James DEC 1853 February 17, 1917 H/O Saphronia SAWNEY
“Age 66 years”.
“He givith his
beloved sleep”
See photo
Starr
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John Bell "Yute" 4/5/1892 October 06, 1918 John Bell (Yute) STARR was born on 5 APR 1891 He was the son of James STARR and Saphronia SAWNEY “HE GAVE HIS LIFE FOR HIS COUNTRY, AT CAMP LOGAN TEX, AGE 26 YEARS, COMPANY 3 1ST CASUAL REGEMENT”
See photo
STARR Leroy "Buck"   August 1902 79th year
obit
Starr Lillie October 30, 1903 September 08, 1926 d/o James STARR and Saphronia SAWNEY
photo
Starr Riley July 23, 1900 August 15, 1942 Lola (Riley) STARR
is the daughter of Fannie Starr
photo
Starr Sophie
Saphronia SAWNEY
August 20, 1892 March 04, 1937 W/O James Starr
D/o Tickaneeski SAWNEY and Mariah WICKETT
photo
Starr Tobias "Tobe" November 26, 1882 October 25, 1912 “Son of James
and Sarhronia Starr”
See photo
Teague  William Earl "Willie" 11/18/1951 8/2/2015  
Ward Albert Henry  2/12/1920 8/22/1991  
Ward Arna 1884 1967 W of Samuel  photo
Ward Samuel Henry 3/1/1880 9/26/1947 H of Arna  photo
Ward Thomas 1916 1994 See photo
Whitmire Stan Watie June 19, 1920 March 19, 1985 S/o Narcissa TAYLOR and William Walter WHITMIRE
photo
Whitmire
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Walter Samuel June 19, 1920 January 17, 1966 S/o Narcissa TAYLOR and William Walter WHITMIRE
“OKLAHOMA
TEC 5
COMPANY E 4
SIGNAL BN
WORLD WAR 11”
See photo

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