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Sandy Bear/Winter Cemetery, Stephens County, Oklahoma

© Tammy Sharp

Sandy Bear/Winter Cemetery
Stephens County, Oklahoma

This cemetery is also known as "Winter" cemetery.

Cemetery surveyed Feb 7, 2004 & submitted by: Tammy Sharp

From the intersection of Hwy 81 and Hwy 29 in Marlow, turn east on Hwy 29
and go 23.9 miles to County Line Rd. This is on the Garvin-Stephens County line
and there is a Garvin county sign at the corner. This road is located 3
miles east of the Hwy 29 and Hwy 76 junction. Turn south on County Line Rd.
and go 4 miles. The cemetery is on the west side of the road.
Latitude: 34.571°N ~ Longitude: 97.563°W

If you have family or friends buried in this cemetery and
would like to add their names and information, please send
an e-mail to Aimee Davis.

Bailey ~ Douthit Edwards ~ Stroud Talley ~ Wright

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