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Feeser Family Cemetery
Cloud Chief, Washita County, Oklahoma
by: Rita Collvins Mayfield

Located in Oakdale Township:  NE 1/4 of Sect 32, Twnship 8N, Range 15W
From Cloud Chief, OK, 7 miles south & 3 1/2 miles east.

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FEESER Augustus 8/10/1863 10/1/1905 H of Lucy H   Photo
FEESER Lucy Horton Williams 1868 1938 W of Augustus    Photo
FEESER Savilla J 12/5/1891 11/16/1904 D of Augustus & Lucy  Photo
GODFREY Preston Jr 1922 1923 Photo 
Morgan Infant     Photo
Unknowns 3 unknown stones      
WILLIAMS Daniel G 1/27/1842 5/5/1899 Photo 
WILLIAMS Jefferson D 1867 1908 Photo 

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