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Dover Cemetery
Kingfisher County, Oklahoma

K Surnames

Survey © by: Robert Farrar.
Information added by Area Coordinator

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SURNAME

FIRST MI

BIRTH

DEATH

OTHER

Kenyon Perle Edith (Freeman) Jun 9, 1906 May 7, 2004 Wed William Sr 3/19/1929 
Photo
Kenyon Ramona Jean (Hampton) 7/25/1935 9/8/2018 Wed William Jr 12/13/1959
Obit
Kenyon William David Sr Apr 11, 1902 Dec 29, 1996 Wed Perle 3/19/1929 
Photo
Kenyon
William David, Jr. Nov 27, 1931 Feb 2, 2007 Wed Ramona 12/13/1959
US Naval Reserve  Obit
Kimerer Caroline E (Shipler) Mar 9, 1840 Apr 10, 1910 W of John
Kimerer
John Davenport
 
Mar 24, 1836  Sep 29, 1906 1stSgt Co. G
1st U S V V Engrs
H of Caroline
Kimerer Kate (Puls) 1884 1950 photo
W of William
Kimerer William Peter Sr 1866 1948 photo
H of Kate
Kupice Anna Ruth 1939 1982  

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