Bennings Cemetery aka Broyles Cemetery is located near Prague OK Lincoln County.
John Lehr surveyed this cemetery in 2001.
Directions: From the intersection of Highway 99 and Highway 62 in Prague, go north on Highway 99 for six miles. Turn east on 0990 Rd. and go 1 mile to 3570 Rd. Turn north on 3570 for 0.5 miles. The cemetery is on the west approximately 100 ft. from the road in a fenced off area in a pasture on private land. Nearby resident advises that entire fenced area is full of burials, mostly young children and babies. Most died in an epidemic.
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, please e-mail area coordinator.
|BENNINGS||Child||no dates||no dates||Cemetery named for this child
|BROYLES||Arvel||Mar 6 1918||Dec 1918||See photo|
|BROYLES||Avis Lee||Nov 16 1919||Jan 8 1928||See photo|
|BROYLES||Dewey||Feb 1 1927||Dec 26 1927||See photo|
|BROYLES||Lorene||Jan 22 1923||Feb 4 1923||See photo|
|BROYLES||Violet||1917||Aged 3 months
|GEE||Bill Wheeler||Aug 8 1920||Nov 21 1929||Son of F. M. and M. C. W. Gee
|MARTIN||Child||No other information on stone|
|SALA||Boy||No other information on stone|
|SALA||Girl||No other information on stone|
|WAGONER||Child||No other information on stone|
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