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Baker Cemetery
aka Henry Cemetery
Lincoln County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © by: Robert Farrar


This cemetery should maybe be called/referred to as the Baker Cemetery, as it was in the former town of Baker, most of the population moved to Avery when the train was run through there in the early 1900's. Name of cemetery provided by: Nancy Robertson Schallner.


Submitted & © by: Nancy Schallner

Directions to the cemetery: From Stroud, take Highway 99 north 6 miles, turn west onto Parkland Rd. {0810 Rd.} and go 4 1/4 miles. The cemetery is located on the north side of the road in a grove of mostly cedar trees. It has about 50 yds of fence that consists of pig wire but it is just a mesh fence on the north side of the road. It was rather broken down then and the weeds and grass have probably grown up around it by now.


If you have family buried in this cemetery and would like to add their information,
an obit, tombstone photo, funeral home record or memorial card to this website,
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LAST NAME
FIRST MI
BORN
DIED
COMMENTS
BROWN Joseph M. Sep 13 1918 Jun 6 1919 Son of W. H. and Inez Brown
See photo
HENRY Elizabeth Mar 15 1819 Feb 20 1903 Aged 83 yrs 11 mos 5 days
See photo
HENRY Pearl Mar 26 1887 Dec 29 1906 Sacred to the memory of
See photo
HENRY Rachel Jul 3 1887 Apr 12 1893 Daughter of John W. and Rebecca Henry
See photo
HENRY Ross Aug 9 1890 Jun 29 1903 Aged 12 yrs 10 mos 20 days
See photo


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