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Upchurch Farm Cemetery, Stephens County, Oklahoma

gate photo
© Tammy Sharp
gate photo
© Tammy Sharp

Upchurch Farm Cemetery
Stephens County, Oklahoma

Surveyed by:
Tammy Sharp on February 7, 2004.

Driving Directions:
From the intersection of Hwy 81 and Hwy 29 in Marlow, turn east on Hwy 29 and go 8.7 miles to Duncan Lake Rd.
Turn south at Duncan Lake Rd. and go 1.5 miles.
The cemetery is located on the west side of the road. There is one marker visible on a hill, under two trees.

Latitude: 34.615°N ~ Longitude: 97.809°W

If you know of someone buried here who is not listed, please contact the county coordinator for inclusion.

Byington Infant   unk. unk.
Son of James & Juanita Byington.
PICKENS Jefferson   unk. unk.
Blank marker
PICKENS Levi   1 Feb 1904 21 Jan 1924
Son of Jefferson and Nancy Pickens.
WADE Abel   Abt 1848 27 Jul 1920
Husband of Agnes Wade.
WADE Agnes   4 Jul 1844 10 Jan 1944
Wife of Abel Wade.
WADE Jefferson   10 May 1883 11 Oct 1946
Son of Abel & Agnes Wade.
WADE Marjie L.   22 May 1928 12 Apr 1934
Daughter of Thomas & Myrtle Wade.
WADE Sam   6 Aug 1890 31 Oct 1918
Son of Abel & Agnes Wade.

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