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William H. Kennedy and Mary E. Kennedy of Guthrie Oklahoma Territory deeded a little over 1.5 acres valued at $50.00 to Valley View Cemetery, a Corporation, for $1.00 November 2, 1900. It was not recorded until January 13, 1902 in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Territory.
Another instrument May 29, 1934 in Book 461, page 86 shows that Valley View Cemetery, a Corporation, deeded an area 325 ft. by 450 ft. containing 3.5 acres more or less to the town of Luther, a Municipal Corporation of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma for $1.00 and other good and valuable considerations. Dated May 28, 1934 and signed Valley View, a Corporation by H. L. Hamilton.
A 1963 canvass of the cemetery listed 668 names. A one-burial Houck Family Cemetery once existed in this area. It was moved to Luther Cemetery.
{Information obtained from OK County Cemetery Index - compiled by OK County HCE Genealogy Group, page 65.}

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