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© Martha Jones-McGinnis-Real

© Martha Jones-McGinnis-Real

Walter Adair Gravesite

Adair County, Oklahoma

© 2005-06 Martha Jones-McGinnis-Real

Location:  This gravesite is located in the North Greasy Community, Adair Co., OK on private property.

There is only one stone left to be found. I know there were more stones between 1955-1960 and a neighbor told me that when she was a young girl, she and her friend use to play around this cemetery and old house place that was still standing at that time. She said there were several headstone and some with the Creek Indian Traditional house on them. The current owner said this was the only stone left when he built his new home there.
Walter's parents, Samuel and Polly are buried in the Samuel Adair Cemetery about 1.5 miles north of this grave site.

ADAIR Walter about 8 yrs died May 1847 S of Samuel & Polly Adair.
He shall gather the lamb in
his arms and hold them
in his bosom”.

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