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Crow Family Cemetery
Northwest of Meers, Comanche County, Oklahoma

© Tony Crow

My Grandfather won 160 acres northwest of Meers in the land lottery. The
cemetery consists of 12 people buried in 11 graves. It is possible a couple
more are buried there but that is a mystery.

There was an old black woman that came over from Duncan with
Edward Crow by the name of "Negro Rose".

Edward Crow packed his family and left for the Homestead he had won in the
Land Lottery. Negro Rose went with them. She was about 100 years old at
that time. This was in the late 1800's. She was probably the first one buried there.

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 Aimee Davis

BANDY May     14 years old, Unmarked grave
BESS Jim     Died of Pneumonia, Unmarked grave
BLANCHARD Baby     Unmarked grave
CROW Edward Lothry Mar/1851 06 Aug 1903 Draged by a team of mules, Unmarked grave
CROW Hillard 03 Jan 1902 03 Jan 1902 Twin to Lillard, buried same grave, Unmarked grave
CROW Lilliard 03 Jan 1902 3 Jan 1902 Twin to Hillard, buried same grave, Unmarked grave
EATON Julia M. 1870   W/O Alonza J. Eaton, Died of Epilepsy, Unmarked grave
GANDY Girl     10 years, Unmarked grave
MEYER Baby     4 years old, Unmarked grave
NICHOLS Jim     25 years old. Died of T. B.. Half brother to the Bandy Girl, Unmarked grave
ROSE Negro     Unmarked grave
SEIGLER Baby     Unmarked grave
TUGMAN Baby     Unmarked grave

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