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Pike Cemetery

Love County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Bill Hamm


Mr. Hamm surveyed this cemetery in 2003.
PIKE is another little abandoned cemetery. It is 9/10 of a mile south of the old Pike School and 300 yards east sitting on top of a little hill. Very overgrown and difficult to find as all of the stones are down. It is located in 1W, 7S, Section 17.
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
HOWARD L S      
LEDFORD LAURA 28 MAY 1890 3 JUN 1890  
MCCOWEN MOLLIE E 4 AUG 1883    
PARKER        
PARKER MINNIE E 1877    
TROUP MYRTLE JANE 2 NOV 1885 25 JUN 1889  
WELL PARNEL 19 APR 1821 6 JAN 1900  


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