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Brandon Cemetery
Lincoln County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © by: Carmen Watkins

Updated by Mahlon Erickson September 13 2009

only stone photo

This cemetery is located from 105/177 junction - 2 miles west, 2 miles north and 1/4 mile back
west at the top of the hill on the north side of the road. There is only one marker visible.
The cemetery is located on private property. If you know the history of this cemetery, please email area coordinator.


LAST NAME
FIRST MI
BORN
DIED
COMMENTS
BRANDON Infant   Oct 1 1911 Child of Dude Brandon
BRANDON J. T. 1895 Nov 24 1895  
BRANDON Marie   Nov 12 1911 Died at Red Rock, Noble Co - death reported in
Perkins Journal with statement that she
was buried in the home cemetery
BRANDON Samuel 1858 Aug 1 1908  


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