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Tea Cross Cemetery
Harmon County, Oklahoma
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© Lorraine Hatcher Almsted

Survey © by: Jeanette Perrin Coaly & Various Submitters
From Traffic Light in Hollis go North on Hwy 30 for 8 miles, turn East for 3 miles. Blue Water tower is on North side of the road as you turn East and can be seen from HWY 30. Cemetery on the North side of the road. Gate entrance.
TEA CROSS in Harmon County, a post office from November 29, 1899, to November 15, 1911. Took its name from the T +(cross) Ranch.

Two acres of land, North side. One acre for Cemetery donated by J. R. McCarty and One acre donated by J. F. White. Land owned by Alvin Carter May 1979.

Listed and Compiled by:
Mrs. B. B. Martin
Mrs. Mary Ewing
Mrs. Lucille Campbell
Mrs. Myrtle Molley
Mrs. Velma Williams
all of 100th Meridian Chapter of NSDAR, May 1979
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SURNAME

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DIED

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BAILEY       Mother of Forest Bailey
Research Notes: Sarah Jane Wigington Bailey, born Dec 1844 Mississippi died between 1910 and 1920, ~ Mother of 12 children Buried Tea Cross Cemetery, ~ wife of William Frank Bailey born Jan 1842 Mississippi
BURT Bernard Haskell 28 Sep 1914 21 Oct 1920 Research Notes: Son of Ralph Lane Burt and Clara Evans Burt, Brother of Vada Jo, Herman Leonard and Kenneth Lane Burt, Grandson of Nathaniel H Evans, Teacross Postmaster 1912
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CURB Mary McClanahan (Abbott) 11 Apr 1822 1908 One of 17 Unmarked Graves
DILLARD Jane Caroline (Blassingame) Dec 7, 1829 Dec 25, 1911  
DILLARD Mary Elizabeth "Betty" (Holmes) 02 Apr 1855 19 Feb 1907 W of J B
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EVANS Alice 1901 Oct 31, 1904 House Fire
D of Jesse & Lavina
EVANS Haskell Bert 1903 Nov 1, 1904 S of Jesse & Lavina
EVANS Nathaniel Hugh 1902 Oct 31, 1904 House Fire
S of Jesse & Lavina
FULTON Madora Emma (Bass) 22 Feb 1852 05 Jan 1905 W of William
HIBDON Milton M 30 Jun 1892 22 May 1904 S of Will and Emma
JUSTICE Lorene May "Rena" (McKinney) 01 Sep 1882 06 Oct 1906 W of Pleasant Levi
27 Mar 1879 - 26 Jul 1944, parents of Emily Pearl Justice Baumgartner, Daughter of William Collin McKinney and Matilda Bollinger
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KELLISON James Hugh 03 Oct 1905 22 Dec 1906 S of Homer
McCARTY J M 08 Feb 1903 08 Feb 1903 1st grave
S of J R and Ursula
Research Notes: Mother of James R McCarty born 1864, Grandmother of Crystal McCarty Nell 1899 - 1998, Great Grandmother of William Bryan "Dub" Nell Jr
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McCARTY Martha ? May 1840 28 Dec 1918 photo
McCARTY Twila 29 Sep 1911 03 Sep 1915 D of J R and Ursula
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RAY Herman Adolph "Herm" 20 Aug 1915 02 Oct 1915 photo
REID Hovis R   19 May 1916 photo
REID R H 10 Jul 1912 10 Jul 1912 S of J M and V
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TAYLOR Elisabeth J 1908 1958 W of Harvey
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TAYLOR Harve Bennett 15 Feb 1890 16 May 1992 H of Elizabeth
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TAYLOR Samuel Harvey 10 Jul 1856 30 Aug 1914 photo
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Pleasant Marion "Pleaz" 1837 Jan 13, 1914 Pvt Military
Unknown Father Jun 9 Jan 9 Photo
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WALKER Dugan     Unmarked
WALLER unreadable 06 May 1874 31 Apr 1903 S of John & Willie
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WALLER Fred Wayne Jun 7, 1921 Feb 14, 1936 S of John & Willie
WALLER John R. 1878 Jun 4, 1928 H of Willie
WALLER Lallie 05 May 1876 07 Sep 1903 W of J T
WALLER Travis Apr 21, 1917 Dec 16, 1920 S of John & Willie
WALLER Willie (White) Feb 28, 1885 Aug 5, 1965 W of John R.
WARRICK Veda Marie 06 Feb 1908 07 Aug 1908 Baby
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WELCH   no date no date niece of Mrs Forest Bailey
WHITE Bernard "Bernie" 19 Jun 1888 21 Nov 1908 W of N W
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WHITE James F 09 Jun 1838 01 Jan 1913 H of Jennie
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WHITE Jennie Dec 17, 1853 Feb 15, 1946 Research Notes: Parents of 7 children including John Humphuery WHITE born 1893 married Charlotte Lindsey Sweet, Charlotte is the Granddaughter of Henry Clay Sweet born 1838, lst Pioneer Settler in Mangum, Greer County, OK
W of James F
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WOODWARD Bessie M 04 Mar 1900 Aug 09, 1904 D of W. H. & M. L.
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