The following used with permission, Cherokee Strip Volunteer League, "Alfalfa County Oklahoma Cemeteries": The IOOF Cemetery is located in Section 35 Township 25N Range 12W. This cemetery was established near the IOOF Orphans home at Carmen, Oklahoma. The Masonic Lodge was concerned about children of their members who might be left without care in case they were orphaned. Thus there was a need for a cemetery nearby in instances of deaths and also for relatives of the children.
If you have additional information about the IOOF Cemetery, please contact area coordinator.
LAST NAME FIRST NAME BIRTH DEATH NOTES Cain Graydon 1907 1913 See photo Dunlap Jennie L. 1850 1916 See photo Kelso W. H. 1854 1915 See photo Lemmon William A. 1870 1952 See photo Lively J. 1902 1913 See photo Muir Jimmie A. 1924 1927 See photo Phifer P. D. 1848 1916 See photo Prather Linial C. 1910 1926 See photo Stephenson Chloe 1899 1916 See photo Tally Maggie 1899 1914 See photo Wilkerson Gideon A. 04-24-1872 05-24-1952 See photo
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