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Tussy Cemetery,

Garvin County, Oklahoma


For cemetery Information Call:

Leon Edwards 444~2624
Arnold Johnson 856~3568
John Edwards 405/756~8077
Joseph Edwards 444~2724

Location - Coming from Elmore or any City off Hwy 29 you take Hwy 76 south and drive on through Pernell and about 2 or 3 miles south of Pernell you will come to a road at the top of a hill where a little green sign says Tussy. Turn right (west) and drive about 3 or 4 miles. You will pass the Tussy Post Office and a little further you will come to the cemetery on the right or north side of the road.

If you have family or friends buried in this cemetery and
would like to add their names and information, please contact the area coordinator.

Surnames beginning with:
Aaron ~ Grice Gunter ~ Orr Payne ~ Witchers

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