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 Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
Union City, Canadian County, Oklahoma
 
Dover, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma
© Guy Bowen
 
Located on Evans Road just south of state Hwy 152.

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 Area Coordinator an e-mail.

LAST NAME

FIRST MI

BIRTH

DEATH

OTHER

Klepper Arthur 5/1/1916 3/23/1917 Photo
Kuhlmann Violet 6/22/1918 7/25/1918 Photo
Lindemann Elsie 1904 1926 Photo
Lindemann Heinrich E 12/8/1879 9/4/1920 Photo
Lindemann Katharina A 7/4/1874 12/11/1905 Photo
Lindemann Martin 1890 1912 Photo
Voigt Herman Friedrich Wilhelm 4/2/1908 5/2/1908 Photo
Voigt Martha Maria Magdalena 3/30/1909 4/25/1909 Photo
Wiemann Christina "Grandma" Menze 1/5/1835 Nov 1912  
Wiemann Victor 11/6/1906 5/17/1921 Photo
Wiemann Wilhelm 5/15/1885 5/11/1909 Photo

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