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Submitted by: Jim Woodruff

Oak Grove #2 Cemetery
Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © by: Jim Woodruff

Oak Grove #2 Cemetery is south of Bethel Acres. From Hwy. 9, go south on Bethel Road for two miles. Turn left {east} and go 1.2 miles.
The cemetery is on the north side of the road. It is very old and very difficult to see but is surrounded by a barbed wire fence. Only three readable stones remain.

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 email area coordinator.

Last Name
First & Middle
DORETY Ada Ellen Apr 23 1890 Nov 25 1897  
STEWART P. M. Aug 20 1851 Oct 11 1895 Photo
WOOD W. E. no dates    
UNKNOWN   no dates    
UNKNOWN E. G. no dates    
UNKNOWN   no dates    

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