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Union Mission Cemetery
Mazie, Mayes County, Oklahoma

© Sue Tolbert & Sabrina Hitchcock

© Sabrina Hitchcock

Sue Tolbert surveyed this cemetery in 2003. At that time the graves were only marked with unmarked stones. Since then, metal markers have been put out to identify the graves. Sabrina Hitchcock surveyed this cemetery in November 2012.
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Union Mission is a historical site and it recognized as such by the Department of the Interior. Here are some of the monuments that help to document the history of the site the cemetery is associated with.

Chouteau MemorialDaughters of the American Revolution MonumentHistorical Landmark MonumentUnion Mission Monument

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BAKERobert 20 Aug 1823See More
CHAPMANRev. EpaphrusApr 179207 Jan 1825Aged 32
First Missionary to the Osages.
Stay amoung the heathers, the Lord reigneth.
Erected by Northeastern Teachers College 1992
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CHAPMANMoses (Osage)18231824Baby of Rev. Chapman
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CHEAWTEAWMinerva14 Apr 182501 Feb 1850Wife of J.A. Cheawteaw
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CHOUTEAUMusadora  Daughter of J.A. & M. Chouteau
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FULLERBaby182309 Mar 1823Child of Mr. & Mrs. Fuller
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HOWARDRichard 1826Hired Laborer
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MCCOYCharles182909 Mar 1831Child of Isaac McCoy
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MONTGUMERYHarriet Wooley 1834See More
MONTGUMERYRev. William B.18001834See More
OSAGEInfant19 Oct 1822See More
OSAGEWoman 17 Oct 1822See More
REDFIELDBaby182208 Feb 1822Child of Phoebe & Abraham Redfield
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REDFIELDBaby18251826Child of Phoebe & Abraham Redfield
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REDFIELDChild18271834Child of Phoebe & Abraham Redfield
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REDFIELDChild18291834Child of Phoebe & Abraham Redfield
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REDFIELDChild18311834Child of Phoebe & Abraham Redfield
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REDFIELDChild18331834Child of Phoebe & Abraham Redfield
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REDFIELDJane182309 Sep 1824Child of Phoebe & Abraham Redfield
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REQUABaby18251825Baby of Sarah & George Requa
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REQUABaby18331833Baby of Susan & William Requa
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REQUACharlotte (Osage)18231824Adopted orphan of George Requa
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REQUASarah18001825Wife of George Requa
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REQUASusan Comstock12 Jun 179104 Jun 1833See More
SLAVEFreed Infant  See More
UNKNOWN   See More
VAILLCharlotte182306 Sep 1824See More
VAILLChild 18252 1/2 years old
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