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Ochelata Cemetery
Washington County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Raymonda Allen

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Q Surnames

Last Name First & Middle Born Died Comments
QUICKLE Jessie Jewell (Tudie) Jul. 23, 1909 Aug. 23, 1998 We Love You
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QUICKLE Mary Lucille Oct. 31, 1934 Oct. 9, 2000 We Love You
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QUICKLE Millard Ted (Fat) May 6, 1907 Jul. 6, 1988 Loved One
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