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Sawney Cemetery
Bell, Adair County, Oklahoma
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Photographed by: Martha Real
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Photographed by: Martha Real

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This cemetery is south and east of Bell School on Sally Bull Hollow Road.
Thanks to Shelly Black for finding this little cemetery and taking Martha Real to document it.
There are several grave marked with only a field stone with no inscription.
If you have family buried in this cemetery and would like to add their information, an obit, tombstone photo, funeral home record or memorial card to this website, please send Area Coordinator an e-mail.

SURNAME

FIRST MI

BIRTH

DEATH

OTHER

Flinn Sarah 1883 5/15/1910 photo
Sawney Mary ?
Can't read
Jan 1888 May 1909 photo
Sawney Moses 1887 8/20/1907 photo
Sawney Sarah Born in May unknown photo
Sawney Will 1876 1/27/1901 photo
Unknowns unknown unknown unknown One date; May 1939
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Wickett Mariah 1825 1920 photo

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