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A. Mackey
© Guthrie News Leader
15 Apr 1904 page 6
Submitted by: Tammie Chada

Rome, Oklahoma {Roger Mills County} - - - April 15, 1904 - - While J. A. Fifer, a farmer near here was plowing in a field recently he uncovered a stone which had an inscription announcing that beneath it was the body of A____ Mackey, killed by Indians February 12, 1874.
Mr. Fifer dug beneath the stone and found the skeleton of a man which he placed in a wagon box and reburied.

Assen Mackey
© Western Star Newspaper
17 Mar 1904
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Assen Mackey, killed by Indians February 12, 1874. On digging a complete skeleton was found.
Placing the same in a box, Mr. Fifer reburied the bones in the same place.
Mr. Fifer's address is Rome, Day County.

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