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Iowa Mission Cemetery
Lincoln County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © by: Sherry Springer


Submitted & © by: Sherry Springer

This cemetery is located 6 miles west of the 105/177 intersection on 105 and 6 and 1/2 miles south...near Fallis, OK.
This cemetery consists of one headstone. The cemetery is unmarked and located in a pasture on private property.

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LAST NAME
FIRST & MI
BIRTH
DEATH
OTHER
WHITECLOUD Chief Jefferson 1843 Feb 9 1893 Husband of Cora F. Whitecloud Photo
WHITECLOUD Cora F. Dec 24 1890 Aug 22 1892 Wife of Chief Jefferson Whitecloud Photo
WHITECLOUD Frank no date of birth May 7 1892 Infant Son
Shares stone with Jefferson and Cora Whitecloud Photo


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