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East View Cemetery, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

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East View Cemetery
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

East View Cemetery is located 1/4 mile South of the intersection of 63rd and College Ave. The cemetery is on the West side of the road just before the driveway to the large house on the left.
If you know of someone buried here who is not listed, please contact Aimee Davis for inclusion.

Marker 10      
Marker 11      
Marker 13      
Marker 17      
Marker 21      
Bailey Jack M. 20 Feb 1895 22 Feb 1940
WWI - Oklahoma - CPL  CO B  414 Reserve Labor BN
Husband of Florence Pickett Bailey.
Married 27 Jan 1925.
Colbert Della 12 Jun 1880 25 May 1935
Ferrell Emma 1870 1933
Johnson B.J. 10 Jun 1870 8 Aug 1939
Smith Isaac 30 Mar 1894 7 Jan 1938
WWI - Texas - PVT  A CO  331 SERV BN
Van Moses abt. 1897 3 Apr 1936
WWI - Oklahoma - PVT  28 CO  7th BAT  163 DEPOT BRIG
Husband of Elzora Van.

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