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Resthaven Cemetery was established in 1947 by the White Family. Mr. White purchased 80 acres (113 acres present day) of land from the Stephenson Family on what is now the southeast corner of SW 104th & Western Ave. At the time and being considered the "outskirts" of town with dirt roads leading to the cemetery. Mr. White dug out a pond to collect rainwater for the land. No longer used for that reason beautiful geese and ducks call it home making for a peaceful setting. The location has an Oklahoma City address but still resides in Cleveland County. The first burial was an unclaimed baby girl buried Nov 6, 1947.
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