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Hillside Cemetery (Hillside Mission Cemetery)
Skiatook, Tulsa County, Oklahoma


Lat: 36° 25' 24"N, Lon: 95° 59' 06"W
Skiatook Twp, R12E Sec 1

Contributed by Charlotte Keen, Apr 01, 2002, last edited Jun 03, 2010 [jkeen14660@aol.com]. Total records = 1,650.

From Skiatook, OK take Hwy 11 (Cinninatti) north about 3 1/2 miles to E 184 St N. Go east and follow the road. The road will curve to the north and you will be able to see the cemetery on the east side of road.

As you go in the main gate, the cemetery is laid out in sections. Section 1 is on the right and Section 2 is east of 1. As you go in the main gate Section 3 is on the left, then Section 4 and 5.

Hillside Cemetery began in 1882 in conjunction with the Indian Mission founded by the Quakers which was located across the road to the west. The first grave was Jesseen Lloyd, b. 1882, d. 10 Oct 1882.

This cemetery is now owned and maintained by George Morton Jr. It is fenced and still being actively used today for burials.

The information contained in this report, come from tombstones in the Hillside Cemetery, Family Members & Funeral Home Records.

I walked and transcribed this cemetery in June 2003.

- Charlotte Keen


+ = May not be buried here
a/f = At Foot
a/h = At Head
b. = Born
c/b = Concrete Block
c/s = Concrete Square c/t = Close To
d. = Died
d/o = Daughter Of
h/o = Husband Of

l/s = Like Stone
LFS = Large Family Stone
M/M = Mr. & Mrs.
MFHM = Metal Funeral Home Marker
n/t = Next To
s/o = Son Of
s/s = Share Stone
w/ = With
w/o = Wife Of

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