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Halsmith Cemetery
Harmon County, Oklahoma
© by: Jeanette Perrin Coaly
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© Jeanette Perrin Coaly & Area Coordinators

Hwy 62 and Arnett Road intersection, turn south for 8 miles, S E corner. Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.

Hal Smith was a resident of Harmon County. One acre of land given before 1903 by David I Creamer, land owned by Orville McQueen Nov 1980.
Listed by Mrs. Lucille Campbell and Mrs. H R Bartlett
Compiled and Indexed by Mrs. B B Martin
of the One Hundredth Meridian Chapter NSDAR, November 1980.

If you have family buried in the Halsmith Cemetery or have obits (with newspapers permission or an obit that you can write) or tombstone photos or individual portraits or can write a short bio and would like to add your information to this website, contact the area coordinator for more information. You can also check out our How to Submit page.

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BARTLETT Ovetta 3/23/1919 1/24/1920 Child of Hiram & Lela  photo
CREAMER David I Mar 1860   Marker Broken
CREAMER William Andrew May 1886   Marker Broken
CRUMP Ed baby Jan 1, 1874   No Marker
DAVIS Grandpa     No Marker
DAVIS Infant 28 Sep 1905 06 Oct 1905 of R D & Wife   photo
DAVIS Calvin     child    No Marker
DAVIS Infant Sep 28, 1905 Oct 6, 1905  
DAVIS Thomas Hale 04 Aug 1854 09 Sep 1936 photo
HORN       No Marker
HORN John William 3/18/1871 4/14/2909 Head Marker missing
LEAKEY G H   11 Feb 1969 Mother   photo
LEAKEY George Henry Mar 9, 1881 Nov 1, 1944 Father    Photo
LEAKEY Hubert     bro to Frank  No Marker  photo
LEAKEY Plot     photo
LEAKEY Ray Oscar 01 Jan 1905 12 Aug 1925 S of George H & Sallie   photo
LEAKEY Unice Verne 14 Jul 1925 18 Aug 1925 Photo
LOONEY John Oct 1860 1903 No Marker
LOONEY Rosa Mar 1895 1905 sisters  No Marker
LOONEY Sallie Aug 1891 1905 sisters  No Marker
McMurray Lena 04 Dec 1902 16 Mar 1904 Photo
McMurray Walter     34 yrs old
MULLINS Twin Infants     No Marker
TEAGUE Durant     No Marker
TEAGUE Elva L 15 Jan 1901 04 Apr 1907 photo
TEAGUE Jim   1903 Marker Broken
TEAGUE Thelma J 14 Jul 1902 25 Apr 1904  
Unmarked Grave       outlined with rocks in NE corner
Unmarked Grave       outlined with rocks in NE corner
Unmarked Grave       outlined with rocks in NE corner
WILLIAMS Infant 15 Mar 1908 15 Mar 1908 of W C & Wife  photo
WILLIAMS Laura L 15 Oct 1935 Jul 25, 1940 photo
WILLIAMS Lou Gina Goodson 28 Feb 1868 24 Aug 1924 photo
WILLIAMS Nelda R 25 Jul 1940   photo
WILLIAMS William Charles 03 Nov 1842 12 Jan 1914 photo
WORRELL Grandpa     No Marker

This page was updated: Wednesday, 20-Apr-2022 15:58:34 EDT

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