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Located in open pasture. No remaining fence or markers.
On Ross St. behind the post office and partially under the school gym.
Covered by a gravel parking lot
and markers are gone.
by Pumpback Lake
Below the Pensacola Dam between Langley and Disney,
aka Lynch Prairie Cemetery
aka Freedman's Burial Place
Close to the Grand River.
This cemetery was used until the 1960's. It is located in what is now pastureland.
There is no longer a fence and all markers have been knocked down
and are missing.
This cemetery was reportedly abandoned around 1935 and the interments relocated to allow for the Lake Murray development.
Cemetery notes and/or description:
Located in Section 4, Range 19E, Township 18N of Wagoner County, Oklahoma.
Survey circa 1970; at that time it was described as being in restoration.
Approximately 10 determined graves, most unidentified.
Possibly moved whenPensacola Dam was built.
Location that it should be is now covered by Grand Lake.
This cemetery originally held many more burials.
All but a few were moved to what is now known as the
Spavinaw-Strang Cemetery when the dam was built.
The few burials that remain are no longer maintained and the markers
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