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Cole Family Cemetery
Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma
Lat: 36° 18' 58"N, Lon: 95° 12' 27"W
T21N R20E Sec 7
Contributed by Jo Melton, Jan 29, 2005 [email@example.com]. Total records = 15.
Cole Cemetery is five miles east of Pryor, Okla. on highway 20 and one mile north on E-W 46, (Cole-Strang Rd). There is a brown house that sets off the road about 65 yards on the left. The road leads to this house and also straight to the cemetery.
There is a gate that is kept locked, to the cemetery. Since this is a private cemetery, permission should be obtained from the land owner to visit.
The cemetery is set back from the gate about a quarter of a mile. It is protected by a barbed wire fence with a cattle gate and is in fair condition. There are no signs at the entrance.
I documented this cemetery from the photos taken when I visited the cemetery on Dec 08, 2004. This transcription contains all existing and legible stones or markers at this time.
- Jo L. Melton
Cole, Daniel B., b. 1856, d. 1935 (an above ground crypt that is about 3 feet tall, cement, and has his name and dates engraved at each end on top).
Cole, Felix, no dates, (home made cement block with the name scratched into it)
Cole, infant, b. & d. Nov 3, 1904, infant daug. of J.M. & L.B.
Cole, John M., b. 1883, d. 1955
Cole, Joseph H., b. Apr 4, 1887, d. Dec 30, 1902, son of D.B. & Nannie Cole
Cole, Letitia Bell, b. 1885, d. 1923
Cole, Nannie, b. Jul 25, 1858, d. Apr 2, 1893, wife of D.B. Cole
Cole, Nannie, b. Jul 26, 1858, d. Apr 2, 1898, wife of D.B. Cole
Cole, Willie May, b. Jul 21, 1897, d. Jan 7, 1898, daug. of D.B. & C.L. Cole
Hodge, Ernest S., b. Jan 14,1900, d. May 14, 1960, Oklahoma Pvt. Med. Det. 414 Infantry World War II
Hodge, Gerldeen (Yelton), b. Oct 9, 1915, d. Dec 30, 1978, "Mother in Loving Memory"
Woods, Madeleen (Yelton), b. 1905, d. 1935, "Mother of Wanda, Wayne & Mona"
Yelton, Marcus E., b. 1881, d. 1957, "Father"
Yelton, Vian C., b. 1887, d. 1952, "Mother"
Yelton, (this is a home made cement block with just the name Yelton scratched on it. It has also been painted at one time in red, white and yellow)
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