This cemetery is located south of Stilwell OK. Travel south on HWY 59 for 9 miles, turn left (east) on Rock Fence Road, travel 4.5 miles until you cross Lee’s Creek Bridge, cemetery is on your left about ½ city block from bridge. You can see the headstone among the tree’s.
There are two headstones inscribed in English and two in Cherokee. There are two to three other stone that have been destroyed and several rock markers. Thanks to George Stopp and all who have helped translate the Cherokee inscription to English. Some symbols could not be converted to the Cherokee syllabary.
|Prichet||Lula||born; November 01, 1908||died; August 1911||“Gone from our home
but not from our hearts”
|Pritchett||Elizzia||born; June 20, 1902||died; March 05, 1912||“At the pearlie gate
waiting and watching for us”
|Unknown||was his name||born; unknown||died; February 17, 1890||“Seventy years of
age he was”
|Ga-dv-yuh||Ut-so-nv ?||born; November 15, 1894||died; June 13, 18??||“stone was broken
and chipped out on
the death year,
this stone has a
crossed spear and flag,
looks like an old
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