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Watt Christie Cemetery

Wauhillau Community, Adair County, Oklahoma

© Martha Real
Location:  This Cemetery is located northwest of Stilwell, Oklahoma. North of Stilwell at OK HWY 59 and OK HWY 51 West, take HWY 51 west, travel 8.4 miles west, turn left at the Bidding Springs Southern Baptist Church sign. Travel south on paved road 2.4 miles. Just past the Bidding Springs Church on your right, you will see an old rock store. The cemetery is behind the old store. This cemetery is fenced but overgrown with weeds. This is the cemetery of the famous Ned Christie and his family.


Additional information and corrections furnished by Roy Hamilton

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SURNAME

FIRST MI

BIRTH

DEATH

OTHER

     
CHRISTIE Aggie abt 1853 Feb 12, 1887 "Wife of W. T. Christie, about 34 years old."
Fourth wife of Watt Christie

Photo
CHRISTIE Ball Oct 1871 Dec 13, 1895 No inscribed stone, information on this grave researched.
Son of Watt and Aggie Christie.

Photo
CHRISTIE Charlotte abt 1830-35 after 1855 Came on the Trail of Tears.
Second wife of Watt Christie; no headstone
CHRISTIE Jennie Sep 1872 Sep 29, 1897 Dau of Watt and Lydia Christie
no headstone
CHRISTIE Lacy
Wa-Ki-Gu Da-La-Si-Ni
"Sugartree"
1797
North Carolina
1865
Cherokee Nation
"In Honor of one who endured the forced removal of the Cherokee
in 1838-39. The trail of Tears Association Oklahoma Chapter."

Photo
CHRISTIE Lydia Thrower abt 1828 Dec 24, 1875 Came on the Trail of Tears. Third wife of Watt Christie
Dau of Te-cor-hur-te-ske and Katie Eagle or Goback
no headstone
CHRISTIE Nannie Dick abt 1848 Apr 1882 Fifth wife of Watt Christie; no headstone
CHRISTIE Ned
Ne-de Wa-de
Dec 18, 1852 Dec 14, 1892 "He was at one time a member of the Executive Council of the C.N.
He was a blacksmith and was a brave man."
Son of Watt and Lydia Christie
grandson of Sugartree and Quatse Christie

Photo
CHRISTIE Nellie High abt 1869 Mar 30, 1912 "43 Years old." Wife of William "Bill" Christie
Also called Mary
Photo
CHRISTIE Susie Springfrog abt 1858 abt 1882 First wife of William Christie; no headstone
CHRISTIE Wa-da-ya
Wa-Ki-Gu
1817 1842 "In Honor of one who endured the forced removal of the Cherokee
in 1838-39. The Trail of Tears Association, Oklahoma Chapter."
First wife of Watt Christie

Photo
CHRISTIE Watt
Wa-De Wa-Ki-Gu
1817 Feb 11, 1902 "In Honor of one who endured the forced removal of the Cherokee
in 1838-39. The Trail of Tears Association, Oklahoma Chapter."
Watt Christie was the father of Ned Christie
He served as President of the National Committee &
served in the Cherokee Legislature for several years

Photo
CHRISTIE William "Bill" Nov 1848 Mar 1, 1923 Son of Watt Christie and Charlotte Christie; no headstone
DICK Elbert (Albert) abt 1856 Jan 8, 1889 "Aged 33 years." Photo
DICK George 1865 Apr 24, 1893 "About 28 years old."
Stone almost unreadable, information researched
Photo
WOLFE (WOLF) Infant Sep 5, 1897 Jan 3, 1898 "Infant Dau of M. W. & Annie Christie Wolfe (Wolf)
age 3 months and 28 days."

Photo
WOLFE (WOLF) Watt Apr 4, 1893 Jun 17, 1894 "Son of R. M. Wolfe (Wolf) & Jennie Christie."
Grandson of Watt Christie

Photo

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