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Mayes County, Oklahoma



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" We Honor Their Memory, We Call Their Names, They Live Again"

Chouteau Family Graves

Originally located southwest of the cemetery. Desecrated by vandals, markers discarded by farmers late 1900, rescued and moved for permanant memorialization Dec 2001.

Dedicated Apr 4, 2002. Joint project of Jean Pierre Chouteau Descendants Union Mission Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Alpha Co. Thunderbird Youth Academy, and Oklahoma Historical Society.

Contributors: Calvin Coverdell, Bert & Arlene Nelson, Bill Kemp, Rainbow Concrete Co., and Witt Monument Co.
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© Sabrina Hitchcock

Chouteau Memorial

Union Mission Cemetery



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