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Red Bluff Cemetery
Wallville, Garvin County, Oklahoma

Partial survey from information submitted by Diane Robbins

Directions to Red Bluff Cemetery. Near the old community of Wallville. Turn south on Highway 19 between Maysville and Lindsey. A sign will say to Wallville. Go approximately 6.5 miles until you reach the end of the blacktop. Continue past the intersection. You will pass a brick house on the left and cross a wooden bridge. Follow the curve in the road back north. Turn west on the next road. Watch for an old field entrance on the left. When we visited in May 1996 the sign read, (Annadarka Reid "A" No 1-17 C. NE NW Sec 17-3N-3W Garvin County OK). You cannot see the cemetery from the road. It is about 150 yards into the pasture, just over the rise. When you enter the pasture the road will Y, there will be oil equipment to the left and the cemetery to the right. The 75-foot square cemetery was enclosed by fencing.

The graves on the south side of the cemetery are said to be Indian graves. According to local legend, the Indians buried their dead in the cemetery at night because they did not think the settlers would give permission for them to be buried there. These graves are outlined in stone, but have no markings.

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.

McCALEBLaura Jane [Peennington]18/Jan/1884
Turkey Cove VA
Wallville OK
Dau of Andrew Jackson & Rebecca [Daugherty] Pennington
SS/W & Wife of Thomas Lafayette McCaleb
Wed 27/Feb/1901
McCALEBThomas L.10/Jun/1871
Wallville OK
Son of David Lindsey & Fannie Evaline [Shanks] McCaleb
SS/W & Husb of Laura Jane [Pennington] McCaleb
Wed 27/Feb/1901
McCURLEYAlfred Newton "Fred" Rev18751932"John 11:25"
Husb of Mynerva [Pennington] McCurley
Single Marker
McCURLEYMynerva [Pennington]18881931"John 11:25"
Dau of Andrew Jackson & Rebecca [Daugherty] Pennington
Wife of Alfred Newton McCurley
Single Marker
McCURLEYRoy19161932"Psalms 116:15"
Son of Alfred Newman "Fred" & Mynerva [Pennington] McCurley
Single Marker
MITCHELLBenny G.--/May 1932--/May 1932 Single Marker
MITCHELLDonald W.19351935Single Marker
PENNINGTONAndrew Jackson "A.J."24/Apr/1862
Turkey Cove VA
Wallville OK
Son of John C. & Patience [Dalton] Pennington
Husb of Rebecca [Daugherty] Pennington
Partially Buried Single Marker
Garvin CO OK
SS/W & Husb of Lavina W. [Pennington] Robbins
ROBBINSJames Austin1823
Russell CO VA
Erin Springs OK
Son of Charles Garrison & Sarah Jane [McGraw] Robbins
Husb of Rebecca Jane [Pennington] Robbins
Wed 28/Oct/1847 Harlan CO KY
Unmarked Grave
ROBBINSLavina W. [Pennington]04/Jan/1845
Harlan CO KY
Wallville OK
Dau of Charles & Dianah [Parsons]. Pennington
SS/W & Wife of Anderson Robbins
ROBBINSRebecca Jane [Pennington]18/Oct/1830
Harlan CO KY
Lincoln CO OK
Dau of Charles & Dianah [Parsons] Pennington
Wife of James Austin Robbins
Wed 28/Oct/1847 Harlan CO KYUnmarked Grave

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