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Lincoln England Family Cemetery
Stilwell, Adair County, Oklahoma

Photographed by: Martha Real

Photographed & submitted by: Martha Real

Photographed & submitted by: Martha Real

This cemetery is Private Property on England Hollow Road north and west of Stilwell, OK.
Elizabeth England's stone was a beautiful stone, standing almost 10 foot tall when it was all together. You can see the top of her stone on the ground beside her stone in the picture. Her foot stone is inscribed "Wife of Lincoln England."
Lincoln England's stone is laying flat on the ground beside his wife's stone, it is a very nice stone.
The round stones are inscribed with Cherokee lettering. I'm sure there were only two round stones about 2 feet in
diameter, each section are couple of feet thick and would have been several feet tall when stacked upright.
There were 10 stones in this little cemetery, one was a double stone.
There could have been other burials here, but found no other stones or markers.

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Dennington Charlotte October 24, 1891 January 20, 1930 see
England Elizabeth no date March 2, 1899 About 48 years old
Wife of Lincoln England
"Rest Mother rest in quiet sleep
while friends in sorrow
over thee weep."
England Jackson July 31, 1883 April 26, 1899 see
England Lincoln 1848 January 2, 1926 Age 78, Huband of Elizabeth
"I have fought a good fight.
I have finished my course.
I have kept the faith."
England Mattie January 10, 1888 January 27, 1904 see
Identified as;
George & Vern Walkingstick
see below
unknown unknown unknown Two round stones
Walkingstick George January 2, 1909 July 2, 1962 Stone beside Vern
Walkingstick Vern January 31, 1920 February 2, 1946 Stone beside George
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