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James Wilson Seymour

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Private

Company B, 2nd Cherokee Mounted Rifles

He died in 1932
He war born in Missouri  
While he was away at war, his mother was shot and 
killed at her home by James Seymour's best 
friend, who had joined the Union army.  
When James came back, he hunted down the 
former friend and killed him.  

Seymour and his father, who had been clubbed 
by the killer, left for Indian Territory and settled 
west of Wynnewood, where the Washita River made a turn.  
In 1915, he applied for a pension in Oklahoma
He later moved into far southeastern Oklahoma, 
where he is buried.  His father is buried at Whitebead

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Michael Andrew Grissom

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