ec 1942 Glenn Family Cemetery Pittsburg County, Oklahoma
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Take Highway 31 east to Quinton. Turn north on Highway 71 and continue for 2 miles until you reach a sign for Russellville. Turn east onto a dirt road with a locked gate, then follow the road to another locked gate. You will have to conatact the owner to get permission to enter. After entering the second locked gate you will travel about 1.5 miles to a low water bridge and east about 1/4 mile across a pasture there will be a small hill. The cemetery is on the hill in the woods in an area called Glenn Hollow. It is located in Section 23, T-8-N, R-18-E.

Last Name First Name Birth Death Comments
FarriellCharley7 Jun 19087 Jun 1908See photo
FarriellOra24 Oct 191424 Oct 1914See photo
GlennAlfred Franklin8 Jan 18557 Mar 1937See photo
GlennMary8 Jun 189718 Mar 1910See photo
GlennMrs M C9 Sep 187124 Jul 1925See photo
GlennJohn 17 Jan 1917See photo
TuckerJames  See photo
WynnM V   

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