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Benge Family Cemetery
Sequoyah County, Oklahoma

gate photo
© Martha Real
gate photo

© Martha Real

Photographed & Documented by; Martha Real
Thanks to Bill Benge for taking me to document his family cemetery.
Located in the Rocky Point Community, Northern Sequoyah County, OK.

Additional information by Area Coordinators


First & Middle




Benge Ada Beatrice (Milton) Jun 21, 1902 Feb 2, 1989 W of Ridge
Wed Jan 20, 1921
Benge Billy Lee Jan 13,1943 Jul 1, 2013  
Benge Etta (Asbill) 1870 Apr 29, 1906 photo
2ndW of Obediah
Obediah Martin Sr.
Jan 1, 1837 Feb 24, 1918 OK PVT Co A Regt KAN INF Indian Home Guard
Born on the Trail of Tears per Bill Benge.
H of Etta
Benge Richard Apr 4, 1900 Sep 1, 1901 photo
Benge Ridge Otto May 18, 1902 Jul 9, 1978 H of Ada
Wed Jan 20, 1921
Carson Shelia Joyce (Hindman) Nov 3,1961 Aug 21, 2010  
Hindman Melba Joyce (Benge) Apr 23, 1935 Dec 12, 1999 photo
Price Baby Boy Feb 3, 1943 Feb 3, 1943 photo

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