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Eschiti Methodist Church Cemetery, Tillman County, OK

Eschiti Methodist Church Cemetery

Tillman County, Oklahoma

Transcribed and photographed by:
Aimee Noelle Watson Dickson Davis

The Eschiti Methodist Church cemetery is located 1/4 mile east of Grandfield Memorial Cemetery, Tillman Co., OK.
It is on private land, is unfenced, and is being overrun by cattle.

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Eschiti Methodist Church Cemetery
© Aimee Noelle Watson Dickson Davis
Brown Sarah Jane "Sally"  
Aug 1868 26 Nov 1908 1st wife of Walter Raleigh Brown, Sr.
Clark John Crawford  
20 Jan 1860 14 Jun 1909 Mason
Fleming M.L.S.  
30 Nov 1909 27 Jun 1911 Daughter of R.E. and Mattie J. Fleming.
Tyler Martha Ann Hargrove
15 Aug 1884 15 Oct 1909 Daughter of John L. and Rosanna Elizabeth Wells Hargrove.
Wife of Rufus Tyler.

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