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Central State Hospital Annex Cemetery
Pittsburg County, Oklahoma

To locate this cemetery, take Carl Albert Pkwy to N. West Street. Turn Left on W. Jackson Ave. Go straight and the first road
on the right is the cemetery. It is behind double locked gates. Note: JBCC building is close to the cemetery.
LAST NAME FIRST, MIDDLE BIRTH DEATH COMMENTS
Calvert George5 April 1860 1945 See photo
Chandler   See photo
FrenchClinton Elmer  See photo
GearJ J unknown 4 Apr 1945See photo
JenningsJames Franklin1 Jan 187818 May 1945 See photo
ShelbyJ 10 May 1957See photo
SmithJim  26 Apr 1945 See photo
Stewart George B 13 Dec 1966  See photo
UnknownUnknown 1 May 187924 Jul 1945See photo
WilliamsFrank  5 Dec 1945See photo

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