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© by: Martha Jones-McGinnis-Real

Old Vann Cemetery
Adair County, Oklahoma

© 2005-06 by: Martha Jones-McGinnis-Real
This cemetery is located about 15 miles south of Stilwell OK on OK HWY 59, turn west on Nellie Mays Greasy School Road, travel approximately 1.5 miles west. Greasy Fire Station is on the left, cemetery is north of the fire station about 300 yards on the east side of the creek.
There is no public entrance, access to the cemetery is surrounded by private fenced land and the creek. The cemetery itself is on the creek bank and not fenced in.
The cemetery is overgrown with weeds and trees. I was told by family that most of the headstones were washed away by a flood in 1945. Most of the rock markers and headstones are in disarray. There are several graves surrounded and marked off by stone, one grave (maybe two) has a Creek traditional house (rotted away) over it. There was only two headstones with inscriptions, the family gave me the other information of whom was buried there.
One piece of a broken stone had an inscription of "Gone from our home but not from our hearts."
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NOTE: Every effort has been made to transcribe this information accurately. These records MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. Any corrections and/or additions are appreciated. As with any genealogy information, this is a source and should be considered as such. It is up to the researcher to verify the accuracy.
Augerhole Charley no dates no dates brother of Mose Augerhole
Family Information
Augerhole Mose no dates no dates brother of Carley Augerhole
Family Information
Denny Mary (Augerhole) no dates no dates Sister of Carley & Mose Augerhole
Family Information
Killahniga George born July 01, 1912 died May 07, 1916 “Son of Tom and
Betsy Killahniga,
Darling we miss thee”.
See photo
Vann Andrew no dates no dates Family information.
Son of Dirtthrower
and Mary Vann.
Vann Dirtthrower born 1850 died November 14, 1910 husband of Mary Vann.
“To live in the
home of those we
love is not to die”.
See photo
Vann Patsy no dates no dates Family information
Vann Mary no dates no dates Wife of Dirtthrower Vann
Family Information

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