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Johnson Cemetery

Carter County, Oklahoma

© & submitted by Bill Hamm & updated © by Angela Bell

JOHNSON CEMETERY is a small black cemetery, well kept but no burial since 1920. It is located at the east end of Carl Woodward road in Range 3E, Township 3S, Section 29.

If you have family buried in this cemetery and would like to add their information, an obit, tombstone photo, funeral home record or memorial card to this website, please send the area coordinator an e-mail.

ELLIOTT JAMES O B 19 FEB 1899 16-May-1900  
JAMES GROVER C 29 APR 1895 15-Aug-20  
JOHNSON BEN 20 FEB 1885 12-Dec-08  
JOHNSON ISAAC 1 AUG 1891 16-Dec-01  
JOHNSON SHERLEY 9 MAY 1897 31-Dec-00  
JOHNSON THOMAS 31 DEC 1894 16-Dec-01  
JOHNSON WESLEY 20 DEC 1896 16-Dec-01  
LOFTON ELLEN   25 JUN 1882  

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