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Smith Cemetery

Carter County, Oklahoma

© by: Bill Hamm & Area Coordinators
SMITH CEMETERY is named this only because that is the name of the person with the oldest stone. It is an abandoned cemetery and cannot be found without direction. There is no road to the cemetery and is extremely overgrown. The location is Range 2E, Township 5S, Section 14.
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 e-mail area coordinator .
LAST
FIRST MI
BIRTH
DEATH
COMMENTS
GOULD EFFIE D 27 AUG 1892 28 OCT 1895  
GOULD HENRY D 27 JUN 1895 20 MAR 1896  
HAMILTON MRS M A 6 MAR 1849 29 JUL 1894  
HAMILTON URETHA J 23 MAR 1887 24 AUG 1896  
MCHAM MARTIN 18 JUN 1893 22 JUN 1893  
MCHAM RUFUS 18 JUN 1893 22 JUN 1893  
SMITH LIZZIE 1860 2 FEB 1893  
SMITH PHARO 13 DEC 1822 7 AUG 1896  
SMITH ROBERT R 3 NOV 1887 14 SEP 1894  
 
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