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Gaines Cemetery
Carter County, Oklahoma
Ray Sam

© & submitted by Bill Hamm & updated © by Angela Bell

GAINES CEMETERY is a small abandoned family cemetery. Very difficult to find. It is about 100 yards north of the Caddo Creek bridge on the west side of the road and only one stone can be seen from the road. It is in Range 1E, Township 3S, Section 20.

If you have family buried in this cemetery and would like to add their information, an obit, tombstone photo, funeral home record or memorial card to this website, please send the area coordinator an e-mail.

 

SURNAME

FIRST MI Maiden

BIRTH

DEATH

NOTES

Cohee Leora 4/3/1898 5/30/1898  
Corley Brenda Sue Mitchell 2/2/1960 10/10/2009  
Gaines Lizzie Age 43 1/3/1888 Photo
Unknowns       Photos

This page was updated:Friday, 05-Jan-2024 15:00:09 EST

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