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Cedar Creek Cemetery

Carnegie, Caddo County, Oklahoma

© Robin & Beverly Kellison

Lattitude: N 35.08396 ~ Longitude: W -98.56754

Cedar Creek Cemetery, listed as Anadarko, OK is actually 1 mile South, 2 East,
and ¼ Mile South of Carnegie, or from Carnegie Cemetery, 1 ½ East and ¼ mile South on East side.

If you have family or friends buried in this cemetery and
would like to add their names and information, please send
an e mail to Sandi Carter area coordinator.

AITSONAmos Sr Rev18/Oct/192810/Oct/2003
"AS US Navy"
Son of James Franklin & Amy [Geionety] Aitson
Husb of Lucille [Tsalote] Aitson
Wed 16/Jul/1945
National AAU Boxing Champion 1946 - American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame Lawrence KS
Pitcher-Hackney Funeral Home ~ Carnegie OK
Single Marker
Obit & Photo
MOOREMichael Ray09/Feb/1977
Lawton OK
Chickasha OK

Son of Marvin & Ernestine [Moore] Bass
Former Husb of Andrea Trabert
Kiowa Nation
Smith Funeral Home Marker ~ Anadarko OK
Obit & Photo

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