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High Hill Indian Cemetery (Near Bugtussle Community)
Pittsburg County, Oklahoma

To locate this cemetery, take Highway 69 N to Hereford Lane and turn east and continue to the four way stop. Turn north on Krebs Lake Road. Travel for about 2 1/2 miles and turn east onto private property with a locked gate. After you enter the gate (if you can get permission), travel 1/8 of a mile and the Pope Family cemetery will be on the south, go another mile, and this cemetery is on the north side of the road. .
Rippley Unknown Willis   No stone or marker
SilmonAdam5 Jan 19056 Jan 1929Was a member of the High Hill Baptist Church-s/o Lee Silmon
Silmon Isaac  s/o Lee Silmon-No stone or marker
Silmon Lee  f/o Isaac & Adam Silmon-No stone or marker
Silmon Sally Willis  s/o Fannie Willis Sam-No stone or marker
York Minnie22 Jul 189710 May 1914 d/o Sampson & Sebian
York Sampson   No stone or marker

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