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Era Cemetery, aka New Hope Cemetery, Major County, Oklahoma


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From S. Meno Avenue, which is also NS269 on the east side of Meno, go on NS269 south 3 miles to EW46 then go west 2 miles; cemetery on the NE corner of this intersection.

This information originally compiled by the members of the Major County Genealogical Society Duane Bensch. Cemetery overgrown in October 2015. Photos taken as indicated.

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CASERachel Ann09-02-185304-10-1934Photo
CASESallie A.05-26-185812-29-1915Photo
CASET. F.08-05-1854 Photo
CLIFTONAlfred Lee07-03-191710-31-1920Photo
FAKESCharity P.18421927Photo
Earl C.18411919Photo
FAKESEttie M.04-15-188608-13-1911Photo
SAUNDERSZerilda Jane18391920 
SHARPLESSFrancis M.18581913Photo Donated land for church & cemetery
SHARPLESSSusan J.18601914Photo Donated land for church & cemetery

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