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Franklin Cemetery
Pittsburg County, Oklahoma

To locate this cemetery, take Highway 31 East, go straight. You will continue on the highway, you will pass Vireton Street on the left,
keep going straight. Cemetery is about 1 1/2 to 2 miles on the right in a yard.

LAST NAME FIRST, MIDDLE BIRTH DEATH COMMENTS
AnchanubbiDavid Lewis 5 Oct 195065 yrs 10 mos and 26 days old-See photo
Faughn Susannah Mary186913 Sep 1940w/o E R Tileson, who died in 1911; had 3 daughters- No stone/ marker located in the cemetery
FranklinBill12 Jul 191819 Sep 1971See photo
FranklinNicholas 6 Jan 195231 yrs old-See photo
FranklinPhoebe  5 Apr 1932d/o Houston & Lessie Franklin - No stone/marker located in the cemetery
McCurtainEdith15 Jul 1913 13 Sep 1954See photo
ThomasHarriet E  12 Mar 1929born in New York-d/o Evans & Harriet Thomas- No stone/marker located in the cemetery

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