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C.O. Amason



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His wife is buried at Oaklawn Cemetery




Company E, 33rd Alabama Infantry

Born 1844 in Alabama

Died in 1916

Buried in Violet Cemetery in Pottowatomie County, Oklahoma

He came to Indian Territory in 1890 and is living in Wynnewood before 1899, farming for his living

He is in Vanoss in a 1913 or 1914 list of United Confederate Veterans

His wife, who died in 1899, is buried at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.  Her tombstone reads: Alfred C, wife of C.O. Amuson, April 2, 1851 - March 24, 1899

In 1915 he lived near Konawa when he filed for his pension

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