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Graveyard Bluff Cemetery

Love County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Bill Hamm


Mr. Hamm surveyed this cemetery in 2003.
GRAVEYARD BLUFF is a cemetery on an island in Lake Texoma. It is abandoned and in poor condition. This is the cemetery where Edmund Pickens is supposed to be buried, the man that Pickens County is named after. The cemetery is only accessible by boat. It is located in 3E, 7S, Section 10.
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 the area coordinator an email.
 
LAST NAME
FIRST & MI
BIRTH
DEATH
OTHER
DUNCAN A F 27 JAN 1835 1880  
DUNCAN S F 12 JAN 1859 2 AUG 1878  
HOLMS AMANDA 1861 1879  
JAMES JOHN D 21 MAY 1857 17 DEC 1878  
PICKENS JOHNSTON 1822 1858  


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