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Clinton Oaks Cemetery (Red Fork Cemetery)
Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma

W. 43rd Street
Tulsa, OK 74107
(918) 591-4325

Lat: 36° 06' 04"N, Lon: 96° 01' 05"W

Contributed by Charlotte Keen, Jan 28, 2003 [jkeen14660@aol.com]. Total records = 2,625.

Clinton Oaks Cemetery is located on West 43rd St between S 24th West Ave & Zenith.

The road thru the cemetery is one way. You turn off of S 24th W Ave to the East. It is a narrow drive. The cemetery sign is on the South of the drive. Most of the rows are not straight. A lady told me, the family just buried a person where they wanted to, that is why the rows are crooked.

It is well maintained with fences but no gates. Thers is a lot of stones that are broken and unreadable. It is in the middle of a housing addition.

The cemetery was owned and operated by a woman from 1893 to 1945. The City of Tulsa owns it now. At least they maintain the cemetery.

The Oldest marked grave is: Stella Harrell, 1916, d. 1917. The Oldest person to be buried according to County Records: Edgar Martin, d. no date, age 111yr.

I also used the County Records. The names with an R came from their records. Some of the information, I do not understand.

I walked and transcribed the cemetery in Nov and Dec 2002.

- Charlotte Keen


+ = May not be buried here
? = Unknown
AKA = Also Known As
LFS = Large Family Stone
MFHM = Metal Funeral Home Marker
R = County Records
a/f = At Foot
a/h = At Head
c/s = Concrete Square
c/t = Close To
d/o = Daughter Of
h/o = Husband Of
l/s = Like Stone
n/t = Next To
s/g = Share Grave
s/o = Son Of
s/s = Share Stone
w/ = With
w/o = Wife Of

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