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New Hope Cemetery

Love County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Bill Hamm


Mr. Hamm surveyed this cemetery in 2003.
NEW HOPE is a new cemetery that belongs to the New Hope Baptist Church. It is located in 2E, 8S, Section 31.
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
CAIN SHARON M 13 FEB 1932 16 APR 1969  
GLIDEWELL GOLDIE O 16 NOV 1940 4 MAR 1998  
LOVING MICHELLE SHREE 18 AUG 1979 24 OCT 1992  
MILES FLOYD VINCENT 26 OCT 1963 17 JAN 1989  
SHAFFER ELSIE G 31 JAN 1902 19 SEP 1989  
SHAFFER PAUL 18 NOV 1919 21 OCT 1997  
SHAFFER PAUL E 8 DEC 1896 6 OCT 1974  


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