Lane Cemetery is located near Stroud OK Lincoln County.
The land was homesteaded by the Lane family and the cemetery takes it name from the family.
There are many graves marked with native stones with no visible inscriptions. Mr. Coleman
who lived about a mile from this cemetery in 1971 stated that when they moved there about 30 years earlier,
that 50 - 60 graves could be counted in the cemetery.
Names were recorded by Mrs. Jerry Gaines and Mrs. Warren Park of the Indian
Chapter, D. A. R., Chandler, Oklahoma September 30, 1971.
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 send me an e-mail.
|HIETT||no dates||no dates||SEAMAN||Elmin||Feb 11 1886||Nov 23 1899||Daughter of Scott and E. V. Seaman||SIMMONS||Mary Nina E.||Oct 25 1893||Oct 21 1895||Age 1 yr 11 mos 26 days
Daughter of J. S. and L. Simmons
|SMITH||Robert A.||Aug 16 1892||May 16 1894||Son of G. R. and F. C. Smith|
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