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Anvil Cemetery
Lincoln County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © by: Sherry Springer

Submitted & © by: Sherry Springer

Anvil Cemetery is located near Meeker OK Lincoln County.
This cemetery was surveyed October 2009.
Directions: From the intersection of Highway 18 and Highway 62 in Meeker: Go five miles east on Highway 62,
turn north on 3480 Rd. and go 1.5 miles. You'll see oil tanks on the west side of the road. The graves
are located approximately 1/4 mile west along the fence line adjacent to the oil tanks. There is no road
to this cemetery and it is on private property. It consists of one marker that is legible
and several sandstone markers surrounded by an iron fence and gate.

If you have family buried in this cemetery and would like to add their information, an obit,
tombstone photo, funeral home record or memorial card to this website, please contact area coordinator.

HILL Eliza   Dec 2 1914 Wife of Harrison
aged 68 years Photo

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