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Scullin Cemetery

Scullin, Murray County, Oklahoma

© Dennis Muncrief

My g-grandmother is the oldest known person buried there being born in 1848. The stone is new as there was vandalism of some of the stones years ago and those families that could afford it put new stones back. Those families that were long dead or moved away never replaced the stones. So there are countless unknown and unmarked graves. The community grew up around the old Frisco Railroad siding known as the Scullin siding. The community had a population of about 1,000 in 1900 and was an important center for farming, ranching, banking, schools and was a railhead for shipping cattle. Today it has a population of about 5, depending on who's on vacation.
There are 29 known resting souls. There appear to be several 'sunken' areas that could be graves. Also 'native stone' blocks appear to be strewn around in no particular pattern that could be header or footer stones from unmarked graves.
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NOTE Every effort has been made to transcribe this information accurately. These records MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. Any corrections and/or additions greatly appreciated. As with any genealogy information, this is a source and should be considered as such. It is up to the researcher to verify the accuracy.

DONAGHE Richard June 25, 1908 May 4, 1917 son of J.C. & L.B. Donaghe
ELLIOTT Alma Jan 11 1887 Oct 14, 1957  
ELLIOTT Henry M. Mar 11, 1878 Jun 28 1967  
ELLIOTT Mary A. Aug 1, 1879 Nov 28 1954  
FRANK Unknown     4 graves
Large rough
cut granite
FRANK Viola Mae   d. April 26, 1968 66y 11m 24d
HUDSON Albert P. 1856 1927  
KENNEDY Baby Aug 30, 1934 Aug 30, 1934 Son of Joe & Iva Kennedy
LAMBERT Dr. C.L. Oct 25, 1886 Nov 7 1909  
LAMBERT Infant Son of
H. Grady & Ivey J.
  Oct 24 1914  
LAMBERT Lucy A Aug 2, 1881 Jan 19, 1963  
LAMBERT Marcus L. Jan 22, 1868 June 14, 1960  
LAMBERT Mary Sept 26, 1870 June 14 1960  
LEMONS John M. Mar 15, 1874 ????  
LEMONS Mattie A. Apr 8, 1877 Sept 2 1957  
LEMONS Unknown     Rusty funeral
home marker
MILLER Elva 1867 1915  
MILLER Gretal 1906 1908  
MILLER James Alva 1862 1934  
MILLER Nola Sept 30, 1896 Oct 6, 1989    
MILLER Raymond A. 1898 1915  
TALLANT B.S. Feb 4, 1866 May 24, 1841  
TALLANT Unknown     Concrete block
marker -
steel tag rusted
VALE Infant Feb 22, 1917 Feb 22, 1917 Dau of J.M.
and Ellar Vale
WAGGONER Cordelia 1848 1933  
WAGGONER George 1854 1931  

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