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Samuels-Mose Perryman Cemetery
Red Bird, Wagoner County, Oklahoma

Loc: 6 miles south of Redbird. Sect 1 - Township T15N Range R16E

Old Burial Ground.  Early days known as Mose Perryman.

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Hendrix William Harmon, Jr. Jan 11, 1863 Aug 4, 1896  
Marshall Mary Ann "Dolly" (Tucker) Apr 18, 1852 Jan 7, 1919  
Perryman Benjamin "Ben" 1878 Sep 18, 1956  
Perryman Daniel 1835 Sep 19, 1879  
Perryman J E Nov 14, 1873 Jun 5, 1876  
Perryman Jacob Aug 11, 1827 Feb 1903  
Perryman Moses Aktayahehe "Mose" 1785 1866  


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