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Spring Valley Cemetery, Tillman County, OK

Spring Valley Cemetery

Tillman County, Oklahoma

Transcribed and photographed by:
Aimee Noelle Watson Dickson Davis

The Spring Valley cemetery is a group of three graves located 2 1/2 miles south and 2 1/2 miles west of Grandfield, OK, near the site of the old Spring Valley School.
Begin walking west along the fence line 1/2 mile south of the intersection of County Roads N2380 and E1940. The stones can be found at the center of the square mile.

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Spring Valley Cemetery
© Aimee Noelle Watson Dickson Davis
Davis Elizziebeath E.   10 Sep 1897 11 Jan 1909
Daughter of William Thomas and Sarah Elizabeth Boston Davis.
Unknown Child 1   unk. unk.
Rumored to be one of the Lawrence family's children.
Unknown Child 2   unk. unk.
Rumored to be another of the Lawrence children.

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