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Macedonia Cemetery
Atoka County, Oklahoma

© Ruth Atteberry Adams & Area Coordinators
Used on this Website with Permission from Ruthie.

Ruthie does not allow her information to be duplicated in any manner.

From the stop light at the corner of Court Street and North Mississippi Avenue in Atoka, go north 1.4 miles and turn west. Go west 1/2 mile, turn north .08 mile, and then back west. Continue on this road until you reach the Coal Creek Indian Church, then turn left and go 1 mile. Turn left again, and continue straight ahead, past the section line which turns to the right. The road develops into a lane, but you continue on it until you reach the burial site on the left. The site is under no fence and is in deplorable condition, over grown with grass and underbrush, making it very difficult to canvass. It was canvassed on April 9, 1983 by Gwen Walker, Janice Allen, and Evelyn Youngblood, and on that date contained 17 identified graves, and an estimated 20 to 25 unidentified ones. Because of the condition of the site, an accurate count of the unidentified graves was impossible.
If you have family buried in the Macedonia Negro Cemetery or can take a gate photo or have obits (with newspapers permission or an obit that you can write) or tombstone photos or individual portraits or can write a short bio or have a history of the cemetery and would like to add your information to this website, contact the area coordinator for more information. You can also check out our How to Submit page.
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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 greatly 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.


SURNAME

FIRST MI

BORN

DIED

COMMENTS

???ken   ? 1886 26 Feb ? Name is illegible,
but appears to end ___ken.
Bingham Fun Home Marker
Akers Onterio Feb 15,1908 Jun 4,2000 s/o Emmitt and Martha Akers
A. E.      
Barcus Benny Sr. May 23,1960 May 11, 2011  
C. T.      
Cotton Annie May Oct 23,1892 May 27, 1967  
Cotton James L. Dec 11, 1877 Sep 8,1950  
Crawford Gloria Dorris Oct 21, 1949 Jul 13, 1960 Keith Fun. Home Marker
Crooms Bennie Nov 3,1 891 Nov 9,1955 Fun. Home Marker
Davis Mildred Ann Apr 6, 1946 Oct 10, 1946  
Dixon Aaron Frank Feb 2, 1939 Nov 25, 1999  
F. E.      
Fireshaker Douglas C May 13, 1960 Jan 20, 1994  
Flax Nannie Oct 27, 1870 Sep 8, 1947  
McElwee Nellie May 1, 1904 Feb 29, 1956  
McNeil Elijah May 28, 1892 Apr 28, 1955  
McNeil Ezada Feb 14, 1930 Jun 25, 1954 Keith Funeral Home Marker
McNeil Sartartia Dec 14, 1899 Mar 8, 1957  
Mitchell Lee Ray Nov 18, 1950 Jun 12, 2006  
Perry Alberta Feb 22, 1898 Nov 19,1976  
Perry Luther Apr 19,1900 Oct 24, 1977 Atoka Funeral Home
Powell Henry   Sep 9, 1909 Zweigel Funeral Home Marker


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