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Scholfield Cemetery
Southwest of Indiahoma
Comanche County, Oklahoma

Established before 1911

From Indiahoma go about 6 miles south on Post Oak Road to Base Line
Road. Go west on Base Line and in about 2 1/2 miles go south. There is a
small Scholfield Cemetery sign on the corner of the intersection.

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.

BRENTON Hannah Marguerite [Carnahan] 22/May/1884 23/May/1910 "Wife of S. B. Brenton" 1st W/O Sylvan Brenton, buried in the 1OOF Cemetery, Indiahoma OK See photo
Related to: Radine Brenton Weedon
BRENTON Rupert Paul 08/Aug/1906 17/Nov/1910 "Son of R. A. & F. T. Brenton" Rupert Asa & Frances C. Brenton, buried in the 1OOF Cemetery, Indiahoma OK See photo
Related to: Radine Brenton Weedon
ROWLAND Teressa Almona [Fouts] 02/Oct/1869
Indiahoma OK

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