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McMennimen (Old Washita) Cemetery
Murray County, Oklahoma

Contributed by Dennis Muncrief, Jun 10, 2000, updated Oct 28, 2001 [mudman@cableone.net]. Total records = 13.

McMennimen Cemetery (Old Washita), Murray Co., OK is located 4 miles north of Davis, OK on Highway US 77, then west 1/4 mile on River Bottom Road.

The cemetery is on private property owned by June Guess about 200 yards south of this point. It is well kept by the new property owner. The stones have been stood upright and some have been repaired as well as flowers planted. Mrs. Guess welcomes family of the interred to visit.

* = Broken stones with missing parts.

Davis, Lucenda O., b. Mar 4, 1814, d. July 7, 1895
Hunter, Eugene, b. Oct 2, 1882, d. Nov 8, 1882, Son of W.M. and Mollie Hunter
McManus, Amanda F., b. Oct 27, 1860, d. Jan 12, 1889, d/o Wm. H. Peoples
Paxton, Dora, b. Aug 11, 1880, d. Apr 12, 1883, Dau of J.A. and Addie Paxton
Peoples, William, b. Dec 17, 1822, d. Apr 3, 1888
Polk Children c/o T. and E. Polk
Polk, Lula, b. Feb 11, 1881, d. Oct 10, 1890
Polk, Willie, b. May 20, 1891, d. Jun 10, 1891
Smith, Blanche, d. Oct 25, 1892, Aged 18 Years, Wife of S.T. Smith
Smith, Rozy Mae, b. 1903
Stanford, Prudie, b. 1854, My Home Is In Heaven
Unknown, Child, Dau of_____, d. Oct 2, __, Age 19 Days, Budded on Earth to Bloom in Heaven, *This one only half a stone
Williams, John, b. Mar 07, 1832, d. Jan 18, 1876

W.P., 2 foot stones
One grave was enclosed in an iron fence. No legible marks on the native stone.

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