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Antioch Cemetery
Anitoch, Garvin County, Oklahoma

© Audrey [McConnell] Calger
Antioch Cemetery Sign

Take Highway 19 to Maysville. On the east side of Maysville you will come to Highway 74. Turn south and drive 5-7 miles. You will come to Anitoch. There is a green cemetery sign at a crossroads. Go west at the sign about a mile and you will see th cemetery on the north side, fairly far back off the road. On down, you will come to the cemetery road and turn north and about 1/4 mile up is the cemetery gate. Sec.16-3N-2W.

Donations for cemetery care may be sent to:
Antioch Cemetery
c/o Mary Richardson
Rt. 1 Box 136
Elmore City, OK 73433

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 Sandi Carter area coordinator.

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