Located in Sect 11, Township 15N, Range 25E. About 1 1/2 miles south of Stilwell.
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|Cooper||Pretty Girl "Oowoduageyutsa"||1790||1852||photo
|Hatfield||Steveson "Steve"||6/10/1932||4/14/2011||H of Louise Hatfield|
|Johnson||Susen G||3/22/1845||5/26/1874||W of J.B. Johnson photo|
|Starr||George Harlan||3/21/1806||9/271879||"Age 73 years."
*S/o Caleb STARR and Nancy HARLAN.
George Harlan married;
1st on 1829 to Nellie CARR; died in 1832;
2nd, on 1834 to Nancy BELL, born on July 14, 1814 at GA., died on September 14, 1864 at 50 years of age, buried at Mt. Taber cemetery, Rusk, TX; d/o John BELL and Charlotte ADAIR;
3rd, on May 22, 1877 to Mary A. BLACKBURN. (see info below)
*Researched and family info.
|Starr||Joseph Jarret||12/21/1851||8/16/1872||S of George & Nancy Bell photo|
|Starr||Mary A Blackburn||1824||9/15/1878||"W of George H
d/o Lewis BLACKBURN and Mary DANIEL photo
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