Calhoun Cemetery, LeFlore County, Oklahoma
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 Updated: 20 May 2013
Calhoun Cemetery
LeFlore County, Oklahoma
Location: 4 mile SW of Shady Point
was Sutter Cemetery until 1914 
aka Number 9 Cemetery
Section 12, T7N, R24E

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GASTON Isaac "Dock"  00-00-1874  6 Nov 1918 George & Sylvia Isaac Dock Gaston was the son of Thomas L. & Nancy Mayfair Gaston and husband of Hattie York Gaston.
GASTON Freddie C. 11 Sep 1914 10 Sep 1915 George & Sylvia Freddie C. Gaston, son of Isaac Dock Gaston and Hattie York Gaston
GASTON Violet 17 Jan 1910 18 Jan 1910 George & Sylvia daughter of Isaac Dock Gaston and Hattie York Gaston
JONES John 00-00-0000 08-11-1918   age 41
VAUGHAN Virgil 00-00-0000 09-26-1910 Vaughn Page  age 19

The cemetery was sometimes referred to as Number Nine Cemetery because it was located close to the old Number Nine Coal Mine. About 1918, eleven miners were killed in a mine explosion. Some of them are buried in this cemetery. 

The cemetery is in two parts: the White side and the Colored side. Most of the graves are unmarked. Information on some of the unmarked graves was obtained from old funeral home records. There are only 3 marked graves. It appears there were 11 'white' graves and 5 'colored' graves. 

Dock Gaston is buried beside his children, Freddie C. and Violet Gaston.

Source: July 2002 Sylvia Kralik  with the assistance of the PVGS Ladies. 


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