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Hodgen Cemetery, LeFlore County, Oklahoma

To get to Hodgen Cemetery take Hwy #59 south from the main intersection in Hodgen about 1/2 mi, then right. This is the cemetery for the town of Hodgen, and still active. Our thanks to Paula Doyle-Bicket for the submission of these cemeteries to our online collection. Last Name First Name DOB DOD Misc KelleyLenaJuly 11, 1908July 11, 1993 KelleyTheoOctober 9, 1908November 28, 1989 OliveTommy "Dickie"May 29, 1942July 15, 1993 OliveRodger AlanNovember 4, 1939May 29, 1992 OliveCliftonDecember 24, 1916August 11, 1969Daddy OliveEvelyn Rachel19171958Mother OliveRebecca SueDecember 8, 1943January 13, 1944 LewisA. WilsonMarch 1, 1884November 14, 1984Husband LewisWillie AJuly 19, 1891March 16, 1974Wife LewisOthal CDecember 9, 1913August 6, 1931 CarthronLeonaDecember 15, 1903January 25, 1925Mother CarthronEvelyn19241925Beloved Baby McDanielJim B19171925 McDanielBetty Sue19231925 McDanielPaul TSeptember 7, 1926October 12, 1965OKLA TEC5 1932 WWII McDanielWilliam ESeptember 3, 1918June 20, 1969OKLA ME1 US Navy McDanielHazel NMarch 23, 1900March 21, 1977 McDanielSamuel RMarch 20, 1895February 28, 1965 McCurtainHouston18641931 McCurtainMaud LeeJanuary 1890/1892July 19, 1973Wife of Nail Perry McCurtain Unknown HenryCynthia AileneOctober 25, 1953March 2, 1994Mother Unknown Unknown Unknown RichardsOlen19161981 Unknown Unknown WickwareNathanial LNovember 9, 1882May 12, 1985 WickwareLinnieMarch 9, 1891February 7, 1988 SimsWilliam NMay 23, 1921March 18, 1980TEC4 US Army WWII Unknown McCurtainFloyd T.August 13, 1914December 13, 1979PFC US Army WWII McCurtain nee CaughernGladys LoureeNovember 17, 1917April 19, 200083 Years Old KeeneyMelvin BentonOctober 27, 1910June 4, 1971 Unknown KeeneyW.S.December 13, 1880January 13, 196181 Years Old ShepardW.F.May 14, 1930May 20, 1931 Unknown Unknown ShepardNo Other Information Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown WatsonWilliam FranklinDecember 16, 1874February 25, 1940 WatsonArizonaFebruary 6, 1889December 28, 1983 WatsonBaby19241924Son LeeW. E. DryMarySeptember 16, 1858April 7, 1915 DryJ.D.September 4, 1854August 8, 1914 AlexanderHenry J.18871964 AlexanderElla M18891974 McDuffeySarah IdaMay...

Kesterson, Aline Pratt Mrs. – Obituary

Aline Pratt Kesterson, 90, of Twin Falls, Idaho, a former longtime Baker City resident, died Jan. 24, 2002, at Bridgeview Estates. Visitations will be Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Coles Funeral Home, 1950 Place St. Her funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Pastor Lura Kidner-Miesen of the United Methodist Church will officiate. Vault interment will follow at Mount Hope Cemetery. Aline was born on Sept. 19, 1911, at Greenfield Tenn. She married Luther Kesterson in Poteau, Okla., and they lived their early married years in Muse, Okla. Aline’s job was being a housewife and raising their two daughters, Norma Sue Griffith and Janice Faye Henderson. After their daughters were grown, she worked as fill-in at the school cafeterias in Halfway. She was also a child care provider in Baker City. Their daughter, Norma Sue Kesterson Griffith, was born in Muse, Okla. In 1942, Luther, Aline and family moved to Wright City, Okla., where Luther worked as a saw filer. Their daughter, Janice Faye Kesterson Henderson, was born there. Aline and Luther moved to Pondosa where Luther worked as saw filer; the family lived there for several years until the mill at Pondosa closed down. Aline so enjoyed Pondosa because it was a wonderful community. Aline moved with Luther to Halfway where Luther worked as a head saw filer at the mill in Halfway until his retirement. Luther and Aline retired in Baker City and lived there from 1970 to 1996. Aline had a great love for Baker City. In May 1996, Luther and Aline moved to Twin Falls, Idaho, to...

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