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Milan Valley Cemetery
Alfalfa County, Oklahoma


Cemetery Pic
Submitted & © by Paul & Verla Blackledge
©Glenn

Taken from records of S C & Jennie Fischer of Jet (Little left there to survey)
Submitted by Paul & Verla Blackledge


To get to Milan Valley Cemetery, from the intersection of State Highways 64 and 38 in Jet, go south on State Highway 38 (aka County Road 710) for 2 miles, then east on Cotton Road for 1 mile; cemetery is on the southeast corner of that mile line.

The following used with permission, Cherokee Strip Volunteer League, "Alfalfa County Oklahoma Cemeteries": Milan Valley Cemetery is located in Section 22 Township 25N Range 9W in Alfalfa County.
The Milan Valley Mennonite Church established this cemetery. It was located just south of the church and near the Milan post office in Oklahoma Territory. The first church services were held in the J. C. Bontrager home. The first church was a frame building 16' x 28' built on the Bontrager farm for $175. The membership grew to about 40-60 people in the 1920's. The church was moved 1/2 mile north on the N. E. Miller land in 1904. A new church 36' x 46' with a full basement was built at a cost of $1600 in 1910. This building was dismantled in 1940 and used to help build the Mennonite Mission in Hutchinson, Kansas.



If you have additional information about Milan Valley Cemetery, please contact area coordinator.

LOT NO.
LAST NAME
FIRST NAME
BIRTH
DEATH
NOTES
Lot 6 Billings Marilyn Jane   May 17, 1931  
Lot 8 Bontrager Clara A. Nov. 29, 1881 Feb. 2, 1918 See photo Wife of Noah Bontrager
Lot 8 Bontrager Harold Feb. 16, 1908 Oct. 21, 1917 See photo Son of Noah & Clara Bontrager
Lot 8 Bontrager Infant Nov. 18, 1913 Nov. 18, 1913 See photo Infant Son of Noah & Clara Bontrager
Lot 4 Cooprider Carrie Doneta Jan. 22, 1921 Jan. 30, 1921  
Lot 4 Cooprider Infant Oct. 24, 1918 Oct. 24, 1918 See photo Infant Dau. of Mr. & Mrs. Irl Cooprider
Lot 1 Eash Beulah May 25, 1902 Dec. 27, 1911 See photo
Lot 1 Eash Infant Sept. 21, 1906 Nov. 6, 1906 See photo Infant Son of J. K. & L. A. Eash
Lot 1 Eash Melvin Ray   Feb. 14, 1913 Aged 7m 29d
Lot 7 Hamilton Laura March 20, 1873 March 6, 1918 See photo Wife of Jesse Hamilton
Lot 9 Hershberger Leah   Feb. 20, 1920 Aged 75y 8m 15d
Moved to Protection, KS
Lot 10 Hershberger Mary Esther   May 21, 1921 Aged 8y 10m 4d
Moved to Protection, KS
Lot 10 Hershberger Savilla   Jan. 18, 1933 Aged 60y 3m 18d
Moved to Protection, KS
Lot 9 Hershberger Tobias   May 4, 1918 Aged 75y 1m 12d
Moved to Protection, KS
Lot 2 Hostetler Fanny March 24, 1828 Feb. 26, 1909 See photo Wife of E. Hostetler
Lot 16 Miller Christian Nov. 15, 1833 June 1, 1922 See photo
Lot 2 Miller John C. March 12, 1856 April 4, 1903 See photo
Lot 16 Miller Nancy July 19, 1841 Nov. 30, 1916 See photo Aged 75y 4m 11d
Lot 3 Zimmerman Infant Sept. 24, 1910 Sept. 24, 1910 See photo Infant Son of Mr. & Mrs. P. J. Zimmerman

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