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Woodlawn Cemetery, Rush Springs,
Grady County, Oklahoma

© LaDonna Hinch

4 miles south, 5 1/2 miles west from the center of Rush Springs, on land owned by Kenneth
Alexander. Ronald Ford and Neal Owen have taken care and restored this cemetery out of the
kindness of their hearts and posketbooks.

All these men have phone numbers in the Marlow system and are glad to help anyone. There is
no known written registry of this cemetery. There are many unmarked graves and I have been
told there is a whole row on the east edge of unmarked pauper graves. This census was taken
11 February 2001 by Maggie Wettengel of Rush Springs.

If you have family or friends buried in this cemetery and
would like to add their names and information, please send
an e-mail to Sandi Carter.

Surnames beginning with:
Alford ~ Lynn McIntyre ~ Wright

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