LOCATION: 6 miles west of Arnett to Junction of 60 and 283 highways. Turn south, following the blacktop highway 10 miles, turn off onto the dirt road and continue south for 6 miles, go west 1 1/2 mile.
The land was owned by Quillie Barton. It now belongs to the Lone Tree Cemetery Association. The oldest burial on record is that of Blanch Barton in 1904.
Several years ago, Okla Dearing McQuigg wrote to all known family members and friends of the deceased to verify information. Okla and one of her sons worked the cemetery records and developed a map listing all known burials in the cemetery.
In 1993 a great discovery was made when going thru the files of "Pioneers before 1915" at the genealogy department of the Woodward Library. This file gave us the much-needed documents to give Mr. Yocum an identity.
Mr. Hiel G. Yocum turned out to be a Union Civil War Veteran. This file contained copies of records proving he lived, died and was buried in this community. It also provided information on his family and what happened after his death.
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