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© Jo Crabtree

Taylor Cemetery

Nowata County, Oklahoma
Partial Survey

Submitted by: Jo Crabtree & Area Coordinators
Directions to Taylor Cemetery Nowata Co. Nowata Oklahoma: Approx. 1 mile south of Nowata off highway 169. Turn right (West) on road 25. Drive approx.1 mile/ turn left (south) & go until you see the 2nd black mailbox on the right. Turn right and drive approx. mile where it deadends.
The cemetery is at the top of the hill and has a beautiful view. The area is called Inspirtational Point.
Taylor Cemetery was dedicated August 11, 1905 on the John Forsythe farm," occupied by John Sigler. Rev. Lamb officated 3:00 Sunday Afternoon. They had dinner and a program.
This cemetery was canvassed by Jeannie Inman & Elsie Berg. It has been submitted for online use with their permission.
Most of these graves do not have headstones at all. It was also convased by James W. & Alice Tyner in 1969-- 24 graves those graves have {* a bracket & asterick to indicate their records ** astericks indicate records taken from the 1898 diary of Elizabeth Taylor wife of G.W. Taylor. Her records also indicate the orginial name of the cemetery was "Glendale Cemetery."   (Submission by: Jo Crabtree)

Location: Sec. 14, R15E, T25N, Nowata County

If you have family buried in Taylor Cemetery and would like to add your information to this website, contact Area Coordinator for more information. You can also check out our How to Submit page.
NOTE: Every effort has been made to transcribe this information accurately. These records MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. Any corrections and/or additions greatly appreciated. As with any genealogy information, this is a source and should be considered as such. It is up to the researcher to verify the accuracy.

I do not live in Nowata County and I do not have access to any records other than those presented here. Therefore, I am sorry that I am unable to answer any questions about specific people. I will however, gladly help, IF there is anything I can look up for you.

Barber Inf     ** no dates listed as babe of Barbers
BarberJohn T
* Diary kept by Elizabeth Taylor (1898) says that he was 30 years old & shot to death
See photo
Bow Jo     ** Miss Jo Bow aged 50
conjestive chill
Bowen Child     ** Child of Newton Bowen; 2 years
Brown Mrs.     ** age 33
Buckmaster Infant     ** Babe of Buckmasters
Bules Mr.     ** Mr. Bules aged 21 years
killed with runaway team
No date
See photo
CamposShirley A.
30 Oct 1938
4 Jun 2005
See photo
CamposTerry JoeLee
See photo
CamposTimothy Dwayne
See photo
CappsMamie Lee
* My info: Typhoid, Dau. Of Joseph H. Capps
See photo
Carlinchouse B.     Just part of a broken stone
has Caney, KS.
Daughter of W.A. & M. Carner, 15 yr.: Typhy.
See photo
CarnerW. A.
See photo
Carpenter Mamie     ** Ms. Mamie Carpenter
aged 14 yr. Typhoid
Carpenter WA 1844 26 Aug 1915 FH: order by County Mack Cobb
Carpner William H 24 Jul 1902 5Aug 1902 FH: order by WA Carpner
Chatburton Elsie 1 Jul 1913 12 Feb 1915 FH: dipther
ord GA Chatburton, Link OK
Coal Male     ** Mrs. Coals son
age 20 years; typhoid
Connor Albert 1892 18 May 1899 FH: inflam of bowel, W E Beaubien
ConradJohn H.
FH: heart troub, ord by Frank Conraid
See photo
CourtsSarah E.
11 Nov 1853
nee Wolf--1/2 Cherokee Indian
See photo
7 Aug 1842
FH: can of brane ord Oliver Courts
See photo
Courts William Frank 1874 1893 Handmade headstone by E. A Nesbitt
* On the top of the headstone it has ROE
See photo
Day Lily      
EdwardsMary E.
3 Sep 1837
See photo
EdwardsRobert A
28 Dec 1828
12 Jul 1894
** Mr. Edwards; died 12 July 1894
See photo
Ekiss Edward May1910 20 Nov 1914 FH: order by C Ekiss
EppersonGeorge M.
* hus of Ida Olive, probably he/1 she/2
See photo
EppersonIda Olive
* wife of George W.; probably
See photo
Epperson Marrian 1894 7 Nov 1905 FH: tontlitis; order by RK Pratt
Epperson Ovil 1906 18 Jun 1915 FH: indjes
by Geo Epperson & A D Young
EppersonThomas M.
* probably son of George & Ida Olive
See photo
EppersonWilliam O.
*probably son of George & Ida Olive
See photo
Findley Alice   8 Jan 1908 ordered by W.W. Findley
Foster Infant     ** Babe of Mrs. Foster; 3 months
Freeman inf of CT 11 Nov 1916 11 Nov 1916 FH: lived 3 hrs
CE Freeman & JJ Johnson
Gibs Mr.     ** no dates; aged 55 years
shot to death
Guffey Infant     ** Willis Guffey's Babe
* Oklahoma Pvt. Medical Dept.
See photo
FH: suicide; ord est by Foss Dale; one record 1887 birth
See photo
Hall inf of CW     FH: fever; ord CW Hall
HallInfant girl
Daughter of Henry & Edith
See photo
* Wife of Ben Hall
See photo
Hall Mrs.     ** Mrs. Hall aged 70 years
Hall Mrs.     ** Mrs. Hall; aged 75 years
Henag? Mrs.     ** aged 50 years old.
This name hard to rd.
KnaggsSarah J.
See photo
Knapp Baby Oct 1912 25 Nov 1912 Ordered by James Pennell
See photo
McCorkleJohn R.
* ** Mr. McCorkle aged 50, typhoid
See photo
19 Nov 1898
* son of J.W. & Oneida McCracken
See photo
Misngill baby 1900 7 Nov 1902 FH: order by WA Carpenter
Moore James T 24Apr 1899 15 Aug 1899 FH: hives; ord prop FW Hall
Moore Mary W 1862 28 Jul 1899 FH: child birth; ord prop FW Hall
Moore Mrs. T. L.   July 1899 * wife of T.F.?
Should T.F be T.L.?
Moore TF 1854 15 Feb 1899 FH: phenmonia; ord CR Rose
Owens baby 2 Mar 1903 21 Apr 1903 FH: order by AD Young
Raise Orvil Jul 1911 13 Aug 1912 FH:coal oil
ord R Raise & Mr Young
Rales Mildred Feb1905 20 Jan 1906 FH: pnemonia; ord Parry Rales
Renfroes Infant     ** Babe of Renfroes
Ridenour Clarence 18 Jan 1907 16 Feb 1907 FH: phem fever; ord CL Ridenour
** listed as age 2 years
See photo
Ringo Ollie 1888 1889 *
Ringo Richard Feb1887 1887 ** Pres Ringoes babe; 2 mo
W.P & Lucy
Rogers Louis 1907 7 Jan 1909 FH: scarlet fever; ord JW Sigler
See photo
Rose Elsie V. 26Jul 1896 23 Nov 1896  
Rosians? Child     ** A Little one of Rosians
1 year; hd to read
Shelton James 1878 4 Nov 1906 FH: consumpt; order by SS Shelton
Sigler baby May 1901 16 Jul 1901 FH: order by John Foresythe
Snagee (?name) J. Kavella   12 Jun 1902 Ordered by Dr. Hamilton
Stubefield nfn 1903 6 Oct 1905 FH: crupe; order by E St Clair
Sweany Infant     ** Mrs. Sweany's Babe; 11 months
Taylor Ada Fraser L.   25 Mar 1898 * wf/George Douglas Taylor
/dau/law Geo. W.
Taylor Frank 1865 31 May 1913 FH: gunshot; order by CD Young
Taylor George W. 1825 15 Apr 1886 *wife of Elizabeth Taylor
Taylor Liza A 1834 3 Jan 1906 FH: order by E Taylor; wife of G. W.
Taylor Paul C. abt. 1877 2 Jun 1894 ** Age 17 yrs & 6 mo lacking 12 days
sn of Liza & G W
Taylor Teresa   1 Feb 1887 ** Listed as Mrs.
Vinita Child     ** Child of John Vanita; aged 2 years old
Vinita Child     ** Mrs. Vanita's child; 6 years old
5 May 1889
** Mrs. Vanita's Babe
See photo
Vinita John     ** Brain Fever
Vinita Margarte 1910 10 Dec 1914 FH: diptheria; ord Darrow Vinita
Wadlies Child     ** Mr. Wadlies child; aged 2 years
Wells Eunice abt. 1858 Jun 1886 ** 28 years
West Child     ** Child of Mr. West 8 years old
accidentally shot
Win Child     ** Mrs. Wins Child
** A little one of Mrs. Wins; 6 months old
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