Walnut Grove Cemetery is located east of Waynoka on U.S. Highways 45 and 281 for about 5 miles to County Road 370, then south on County Road 370 for 4 miles to Canadian Road, then west on Canadian Road for only about 50 yards; cemetery opens on the south side of the road.
A photo of the only remaining readable marker as of October 2013 is included here; photos of other markers included to show that others may be buried here but not identifiable.
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LAST NAME FIRST MI BORN DIED COMMENTS Edgemon Catherine 1819 1858 W of Joshua Sparks Edgmon Polly Feb 25, 1813 Jul 27, 1886 Spafford Baby Spafford Sarah J Apr 8, 1856 Nov 7, 1918 See photo W of J. H. Spafford Sparks Joshua 1820 1901 Unknown See photo Unknown1 See photo Unknown2 See photo |Woods County Page| |Home|
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