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Vernon Family Cemetery

Oswalt, Love County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Bill Hamm & Area Coordinators


Mr. Hamm surveyed this cemetery in 2003.
VERNON is a new cemetery that is on the private property of the Vernon family. It is located in 2 W, 6S, Section 23.
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

HAYES CHRISTOPHER JAMES 8 Oct 1973 20 Oct 2007 See Obit
King Bradley Con Sep 27,1972 Aug 11, 2014  
VERNON Meady Mae (Nipp) 10 Dec 1927 22 Apr 1999 W of Melvin 
Vernon
Melvin Eugene "Smooth" Dec 31, 1926 Dec 25, 2010 H of Meady
US Army WW II
& Korea


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