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Dickerson Cemetery, Tillman County, OK

Dickerson Cemetery

Tillman County, Oklahoma

Transcribed and photographed by:
Aimee Noelle Watson Dickson Davis


Dickerson Cemetery is located 8 miles north and 1 mile east of Hollister, OK,
on the west side of County Road N2310, one half mile north of the intersection with County Road E1770.

Dickerson Cemetery was established in 1901, when William R. Dickerson buried his mother
on a corner of his homestead.

If you have family buried in the Dickerson Cemetery and would like to add your information to this website, contact me here.



© Aimee Noelle Watson Dickson Davis
LAST NAME
FIRST MI
MAIDEN
PHOTO
BORN
DIED
COMMENTS
Dickerson Mrs.  
 
unk. Aug 1901 No stone.
Mother of William R. Dickerson.
Doyle Elizabeth Phipps
23 Dec 1825 14 Mar 1902 Wife of Calvin Huston Doyle.
Married on 21 Dec 1849 in Robertson County, TN.
Howell Orville  
18 Mar 1903 6 Mar 1907 Son of D.T. and Jennie L. Dickerson Howell.
Moon Alvin Riley  
2 Jan 1895 6 Jul 1915 Son of Thomas J. and N. Melinda Moon. Alvin was a barber in OKC.
Died of tuberculosis.
Moon David Harvey  
22 Jan 1886 24 Feb 1915 Son of Thomas J. and N. Melinda Moon. David was a barber in OKC (as was his brother, Alvin).
Died of tuberculosis.
Moon Infant  
 
1915 unk. Infant of David Moon. Born after David's death which was 24 Feb 1915.
Grave is beside David's but is unmarked.
Nelson Joseph Harding  
May 1843 8 Feb 1906  
Nelson Mary Jane Jordan
 
24 Nov 1842 1919 Wife of Joseph Harding Nelson. Is buried beside him, but the grave
no longer has its handmade concrete marker.
Reynolds Ida E. Moon
14 Jul 1877 3 Oct 1910 Dau. of Thomas J. and N. Melinda Moon. Died of tuberculosis.
Schuldt Caroline Schmidt
14 Nov 1874 26 Jul 1904 Wife of F. Schuldt. Dau. of Henry Schmidt. Died of complications
resulting from a crushed leg. Her leg was crushed under her horse when they fell after jumping a fence.


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