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Marlow City Cemetery
Marlow, Stephens County, Oklahoma


Submitted by:
Tammy & Karla Sharp
and various other contributors.

If you have family buried in this cemetery and would like to add
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F Surnames
LAST NAME
FIRST M
BORN
DIED
COMMENTS
FALKS Henry Ames, Jr. 10 Oct 1903 24 Apr 1999  
Featherston George 5 Nov 1829 unk. Civil War - Confederacy - 1 Arkansas
FIERS Reba Dillon 2 Mar 1920 6 May 2002 See obit
Fincher William 13 Apr 1839 unk. Civil War - Confederacy - 43 Georgia
Fisher Minerva A. 12 Feb 1889 1 Jan 1971 Wife of William R. Fisher.
See photo.
Fisher William R. 5 May 1886 12 Apr 1939 Husband of Minerva A. Fisher.
See photo.
Flurry William 1839 unk. Civil War - Confederacy - 17 Arkansas
FURR Estelle 20 Sep 1917 20 Sep 1996 W/O Odus A. Furr
See photo
FURR Odus A. 27 Jan 1901 02 Jul 1981 H/O Estelle Furr
See photo

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