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Joel Moseley Gravesite

Joel Moseley Gravesite

Jackson County, Oklahoma

© Patti O'Bannon
Ms. O'Bannon surveyed this cemetery in 2003.
Directions: From Highway 62 west, turn onto Highway 6 (toward Olustee). Turn West onto Prairie Hill Road. Go approximately 1-1/2 miles. The grave will be on the North side of the road very near the ditch. The grave is BEFORE the old school building which is falling down (if you are going west). If you are coming from the west, the grave will be about 1/2 mile past the old school building.
This is the only grave in this burial site. The grave is on the north side of the road. It has been covered with concrete, it is well maintained, marked, and at the time of my visit, had flowers on it. There is a horseshoe imbedded in the concrete which would imply that Joel Moseley was a cowboy.
After doing some checking, I learned that Joel Moseley was born in Georgia. He was married. His wife died in Texas many years later.

Moseley Joel   1846 1892

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