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McGee Cemetery
Stratford, Oklahoma
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Canvassed by Betty Barnett, Nadine Allen, Tonia Jones & Brandi Taylor

This cemetery is just north of Stratford about 2 miles.  You can get to it from Highway 177.  There is a green cemetery sign posted just before the turn whether you are going north or south.  Turn back east here and the cemetery is down this road about 7/10 mile, just past the old McGee School building, on the south side of the road. You can also get to it by taking highway 19 through Stratford and turning north on Elm Street.  This street goes out to the cemetery. You will come to an S curve and then a stop sign at the old McGee School building.  Turn back east here and the cemetery is down on the south side of the road about 1/4 mile.   It is well marked by a gate with an overhead sign. This is an active, well kept cemetery. 
Sec. 14-4N-3E

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See more pictures  |  Picture of early McGee residents  McGee School House

To help with cemetery care donations may be sent to:
Stratford City Hall, P.O. Box 569, Stratford, OK 74872

If you need further help in locating a specific burial you can call the Stratford City Hall at 580-759-2371.
Ask to speak with Tonia Jones.  Hours are 7:30 to 4:30 Mon - Fri, but arrangements can be made to meet
at the cemetery on weekends if you simply cannot be there during the week.  Tonia is working on computerizing
the old cemetery records and is more than happy to help and would appreciate your help in naming unmarked burials.
This listing contains some info that is not actually on the stones but was taken from newspapers and other sources

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