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Dick Duck Cemetery
Rogers County, Oklahoma

Unknown Surnames

Transcribed, submitted & © by: Brenda Franklin
Photographed, submitted & © by Karla Sparks

Located at East Avenue and Pine Street Catoosa, Rogers Coounty, Oklahoma. It is well maintained by the City of Catoosa. Land was donated by Richard "Dick" Duck, and was a cemetery before being known as Dick Duck Cemetery. Some graves date back to the mid 1850's. This Cemetery has two old Indian stone grave houses.

If you know of someone buried in Dick Duck Cemetery, can help identify the unknowns, or would like to submit photographs of the people, obits, etc., please email me.
  Unknown 1        
  Unknown 2       See photo
  Unknown 3        
  Unknown 4       native rock
  Unknown 5       native rock
  Unknown 6 Baby     native rock
  Unknown 7       Son of Wesley & Nancy ????
  Unknown 8       See photo
  ???? Betty Jean   1924 Our Darling
See photo
  ???? Hattie     See photo
  ???? Richard   Dec. 7, 1892 Aged 30y
See photo
  ???? T. M.     home made marker
  ???? Vivan      

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