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Flint Ridge Cemetery
Cherokee County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © 2002-06 by:
Kay Hubbard Thompson

About 3 miles South of Hulbert on Norwood Road, just before you cross Ranger Creek bridge turn left. It is up in the field. There is a sign by the highway for the cemetery.
There are several graves marked with blocks and rocks with no information and some metal funeral home markers that have lost their information.
I am told this is an old black cemetery.

BAKERClydeanNov 193402 Dec 2000 
CAR??Lizzie01 Sep 190111 Feb 1997 
CHINNETHChinneth 18 Aug 199156 years
CLAYTONClara12 Feb 190624 Mar 1991 
COOPERHarold Bud28 Nov 189727 May 1995 
JOHNSONRobert 03 Apr 199692 years
VANNJames Isaiah 28 Feb 199670 years
VANNPlez Sr.19181994 
WARECoy188811 Aug 1950 
WARERoosevelt15 Aug 192003 Aug 1998 

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