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On Mar. 24, 1832, Opothle Yahola signed the Creek Removal Treaty in Washington, surrendering all Creek land in Alabama by 1836. Canury Lowe's family had jorneyed from their native Hoithle Waule (Thlewarle) one of the oldest Upper Red Stick Creek Towns to stop at the triangle formed by the North Canadian and Deep Fork Rivers (near Pierce, I.T.). Moving futher west, the family made their first home at the present site of this cemetery. Following tradition, burial of family members in the yard was common, thus beginning the Cemetery. Friends and neighbors without family were also buried here.

During the "White Mans War" (Civil War), Canury and Lena Lowe lived here with their children. A daughter Louisa, married Sandy Fife, son of Artus and Enjawe Harjo, of Arbeka. they lived here and later moved to the southern boundry of Louisa's allotment in 1904. The Dawes Commission alloted this parcel of land to George Bunny, brother of Sandy. The cemetery filled with Log grave houses, was accidentally destroyed by fire in the 1920's.

Since Louisa Lowe Fife was the last of the original Lowe family, the cemetery has been called the Fife Family Cemetery.
Submitted by: Brenda Franklin
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Fife Cemetery
Hughes County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Brenda Franklin



This cemetery is North of Dustin in Hughes County, Cemetery is on private land, and not visible from the road.

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 DATE
DEATH DATE
OTHER
ADAMS Warren James 20-May 1925 11-Dec 2004 S SGT US ARMY WW II
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BRUNER Candy? 14-Jun 1990 19-Jun 1970 Funeral Home Marker
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BUNNY Abraham 6-Apr 1919 23-Jan 1994 US ARMY WW II
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BUNNY Clarence Curtis 15-May 1927 23-Apr 1997 CPL US ARMY KOREA
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BUNNY James A 1915 1983 PFC US ARMY WW II
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BUNNY James Allen 15-May 1915 20-Feb 1983 See photo
BUNNY Lucile Smith (Mendoza) 16-Apr 1919 26-Jan 1988 See photo
BUNNY   1929 2002 Funeral Home Marker
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FIFE Hannah Louise   21-Jun 1938 See photo
FIFE James G 28-Mar 1904 10-Jan 1994 See photo
FIFE Jimmie 18-Aug 1952 3-Jun 2005 See photo
FIFE Louise Lowe 1860 26-May 1950 See photo
FIFE Marylin 13-Sep 1941 20-Sep 1941 See photo
FIFE (Rev.) Sandy 1870 7-Apr 1939 See photo
FIFE Taylor L 8-Dec 1893 28-Apr 1973 See photo
FIFE Willa Carmen 2-Nov 1915 2-Nov 1986 See photo
FIFE Willie 8-Mar 1896 4-Jun 1915 See photo
GRAY John 1902 1987 Funeral Home Marker
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GRIFFIN Leola Fife 8-May 1907 27-Feb 1986 See photo
HARJO Annie Wildcat 1891 16-Apr 1943 See photo
HARJO Warren Gene 12-Dec 1922 31-Jan 1946 See photo
INGRAM Jeffery B 1980 1980 See photo
KING Dan L 12-Feb 1936 22-Oct 1940 See photo
KING James H 27-Aug 1927 31-May 1953 M SGT 279 INF
45 INF DIV
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KING Mammie Fife 17-Jul 1900 4-Sep 1937 See photo
LOWE Cinda 1876 16-Feb 1941 See photo
SMART Bessie Wildcat 13-Sep 1902 27-Jun 1969 See photo
TAYLOR SISSIE   3-Mar 1964 Funeral Home Marker
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UNKNOWN Child     See photo
WILDCAT Edmond 24-Mar 1925 7-Sep 1987 US NAVY WW II
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WOLF John Taylor 1949 2000 See photo
WOLF Robert K 16-Feb 1924 15-Jun 2002 PVT US ARMY FORCES
SGT US ARMY
WWII- KOREA
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