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Hediger Lutheran Cemetery


aka Peaceful Acres Cemetery

Survey © 2000-07 by: Robert Farrar

© John Lehr
See a photo of the family for which the cemetery was named.

Hediger Cemetery
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

NE 1/4, Sec. 12, T13N, R4W, I.M.

Hediger Cemetery is located on NW 150th St., 0.1 miles west of the intersection of N. May Ave. and NW 150th St. in Oklahoma City. From the downtown Oklahoma City area, take I-40 west. Exit right onto I-44 east at exit 147B. Continue on I-44 east approximately 3.5 miles and exit left onto State Highway 74. Continue on State Highway 74 for 7 miles, merge left at the Memorial Rd. {Kirkpatrick Turnpike} exit to continue on State Highway 74 {also known as Portland Ave.} and continue on for 1 mile to NW 150th St. Turn right {east} on NW 150th St. and go approximately 0.8 miles. The cemetery is on the right {south} side of the road.

On December 8, 1903, Rev. Jacob and Marie Hediger conveyed the property to Henry Dahl, Fred Boschen and Henry Yentz and their successors as Trustees of the Evangelishe Lutherische St. Johanes Kirches of which Rev. Hediger the Pastor. St. Johanes Church was a Lutheran church in the Edmond, Oklahoma area that was established by German speaking immigrants in the late 19th century and was affiliated with the German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Nebraska. The property was used for cemetery purposes by a number of families that had been affiliated with the church. The Evangelishe Lutherische St. Johanes Kirches became extinct and ceased to function in about 1919. On December 11, 1963, Traugott Hediger, a son and heir of both Jacob and Maria Hediger, deeded the property to the Peace Lutheran Church of Edmond, Oklahoma. The original books of cemetery records were given to them at that time. Peace Church sold the cemetery about 1996. A 1957 canvass of the cemetery listed 8 gravestones. It was called Lutheran Cemetery at that time. {Information obtained from OK County Cemetery Index - compiled by OK County HCE Genealogy Group, page 43.}

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 area coordinator an e-mail.


LAST NAME
FIRST MI
MAIDEN
BORN
DIED
PHOTO
OBIT
COMMENTS
Albrecht Amelia M.   6 May 1881 10 Jun 1967
 
 
Wife of Fred J. Albrecht.
Albrecht Fred J.   30 May 1872 10 Jan 1937
 
 
Husband of Amelia M. Albrecht.
Married 19 May 1902
Albrecht Fred J., Jr.   15 Aug 1912 5 Sep 1973
 
 
Albrecht Ida M.   18 Nov 1902 17 Nov 1927
 
 
 
Albrecht Infant Daughter      
 
 
 
Albrecht Walter J.   17 Jul 1917 22 May 1972
 
Bierschenk John   1868 10 Dec 1923
 
 
Billen Zena   1878 1941
 
 
Eckert Ernestine   1847 1916
 
Wife of John Eckert.
Eckert John   1844 1919
 
Husband of Ernestine Eckert.
Hediger Anna Maria Albrecht 6 Feb 1881 4 May 1968
Daughter of Michael and Margaret Albrecht.
Wife of Traugott Hediger.
Hediger Baby   unk. unk.
 
 
Hediger Hans D.   18 Jan 1917 2 Dec 1999
 
WWII - US Army
Son of Traugott and Anna Maria Hediger.
Hediger Marie   1838 1922
 
Wife of Rev. Jacob Hediger.
Hediger Rev. Jacob   31`May 1841 12 Aug 1932
Husband of Marie Hediger.
Hediger Traugott   3 Aug 1879 5 Jan 1978
Son of Jacob and Marie Hediger.
Husband of Anna Maria Albrecht Hediger.
Keefer Barbara   1843 1919
 
Wife of David Keefer.
Keefer G.F.   1899 1917
 
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Keefer David   1842 1927
 
Husband of Barbara Keefer.
Slahn Lena B.   1874 1907
 
 
Unknowns 3 graves   unk. unk.
 
 


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