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Indian Pioneer Papers - Index

Indian Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma
LDS Microfiche #6016976

Volume 111 - Cemeteries

Cemetery - Cherokee
Burial ground: Diamond Grove Cemetery
Present owner: 
Number of graves: 
Legal location: NW 10 NW 40 Sec. 14 T16N R19E 1 1/2 mile, 2 1/2 miles east of Okay, Wagoner County
Field Workers: James S. Buchanan

This has been used as a community burial ground for several years and is being used in recent years. Several unmarked graves, several with native rock headstones with no inscriptions.

Granite monument at the grave of Moses CRITTENDEN, born 1827, died January 27, 1899. 

For several years there was a school house stood just west of the cemetery, between the cemetery and the section line corner known as the Diamond Grove School which was abandoned and finally torn down about 1920.

Submitted to OKGenWeb by Gay Wall.