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Earing Cemetery

From Oklahoma Genealogical Quarterly Vol. 10, No. 4, December 1965

Transcribed to Electronic form by Jo White

 

 

CHOCTAW COUNTY CEMETERIES:  (Contributed by Mr. Carrel T. (Tony) Thomas, Hugo, Oklahoma, March 5, 1966 (sic).  Mr. Thomas concentrates on family and rural cemeteries in the Kiamichi area.)

 

 

EARING CEMETERY

 

DAVIS

·        Ruby A. Aug. 3, 1923—Jan. 1927 (Ruby A.’s grave enclosed with wire fence.)

·        Mildred O. Aug. 16, 1916—Feb. 18, 1927

HUNTER

·        John H., March 16, 1867—June 8, 1867 (METAL MARKER)

JANOE

·       Walter, 1911—1936

·       Enoch, 1875—1942

MILLER

·        Oliver P., Oct. 5, 1846—Sept. 10, 1923

·        Mary A., Oct. 10, 1848—March 26, 1916

WREN

·       Floyd M., 1898—1959

WEST

·        Henry, Sept. 18, 1893—June 20, 1938

JOHNSON

·        L.C., July 1, 1904—June 13, 1907—“Our darling hath gone before to greet us on the blissful shore.”

·        Tom, Nov. 25, 1905—July 18, 1907—“Gone but not forgotten.”

·        Iva, Jan. 3, 1912—March 26, 1917—“Her happy soul has winged its way to one pure bright eternal day.”

ADCOCK

·        Ada, Nov. 10, 1894—June 23, 1919—“Gone but not forgotten.”

PETTY

·        Josie, Aug. 18, 1872—Nov. 16, 1920—“Gone but not forgotten.”—(There appear to be several more graves, unmarked, in what appears to be a Petty plot.)

COLE

·        John S., died Jan. 9, 1916

BURTON

·        Nettie, 1864—1922

·        William C., 1853—1923—“Gone but not forgotten.”—(Large double stone)

YELLEY

·        Sallie, Oct. 18, 1890—Jan. 25, 1917

·        Louis, Jan. 18, 1885—June 9, 1917—(Other graves also observed here)

HOMER

·        Loura E. (large stone), March 1, 1887—June 16, 1914—“She believes and sleeps in Jesus.”

·        Joe W. (large WOW stone)—Jan. 11, 1883—March 13, 1914

·        Thomas, son of James and Loura Homer, July 31, 1907—Jan. 16, 1908. “May he rest in Peace.”

BAKER

·        Febie, infant daughter of John and Ida Baker, Aug. 2, 1912—Oct. 27, 1912

·        Philip, April 28, 1914—Nov. 18, 1914—“Sleep on sweet child, thy memory is blessed.”

LOCKE

·        Susan, Feb. 22, 1861—March 6, 1877—(Large stone)

WILLIAMS

·        Maxey (Indian), 1889—1962

CARPENTER

·        A.H., Dec. 23, 1843—Feb. 12, 1919—“Death is eternal life.  Why should we weep?”

DUDLEY

·        W.D., July 9, 1877—Feb. 13, 1912—(large W.O.W. stone)—“He will not fail thee.”

CAMPBELL

·        J.E.R., Aug. 1, 1859—Oct. 27, 1908

HARRIS

·        Isam A., Jan. 3, 1852—Aug. 2, 1922

FARE

·        J.M., (No information.  In heavy brush)

MASON

·        Sallie, 1873-1905 (Heavy brush)

McFARLIN

·        Mary L., daughter of R.T. and S.J. McFarlin—Feb. 13, 1896—Oct. 17, 1900—“Resting till the resurrection morning.”

TAYLOR

·        Baby Taylor, July 10, 1940—July 16, 1940—“At rest.”

WILLIAMS

·        Peral (?), 1882-1936

BARNAN

·        Joyce Holybee, died Sept. 12, 1941

WARD

·        Mrs. Iola, died April 28, 1934—age 28 years

PISACHUBBIE

·        Lizzie, (Indian), 1891—1964

BARRAN

·        E.B., Feb. 19, 1911—age 67 years

FARBUS

·        Rev. I. Jackson, Aug. 23, 1876—May 31, 1935

·        Sarah Elizabeth, Feb. 15, 1868—1957—“God be with us till we meet again.”

·        James O., 1900-1964

SCANTLING

·        Alice, 1868-1958

ELAM

·        Walter B., died Jan. 1, 1940—61 years, 10 m. 30 days

SMITH

·        Wanita, Sept. 11, 1937—aged 11 years 11 months

 

 

 

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