Location: Haskell County OK

Haskell County Oklahoma Cemeteries

Most of these Haskell County Oklahoma cemeteries are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we provide the listing when it is only a partial listing. Hosted at Haskell County OKGenWeb Archives Antioch Cemetery Barker – Henson Cemetery Blaine Cemetery Bonham Cemetery Brinsom – Cooper Cemetery Brooken Cemetery Brooken Cemetery Photos Cooper – Woodridge Cemetery Enterprise Cemetery Enterprise Cemetery Photos Eston Greenwood Cemetery Folsom Cemetery Garland Cemetery Hoyt Cemetery Hoyt Cemetery Photos Hughart Cemetery Iron Bridge Cemetery Keota Cemetery Kinta Cemetery Knight #3 Mine Memorial Lamon Perry Cemetery Lewisville Cemetery Little Sans Bois Cemetery Lona...

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Biography of Neil Baxter Gardner

Since 1915 Neil Baxter Gardner has been Superintendent of the Oklahoma State Home for Orphans at Pryor. He was first appointed to that position of public service by Governor R. L. Williams, and he discharged his duties with such efficiency during that administration, that he was reappointed by Governor Robertson, with a substantial increase in salary. Mr. Gardner is one of Oklahoma’s sons by adoption, for he was born in Independence, Henderson County, Tennessee, on the 12th of October, 1875. His parents were Nathan A. and Frances Leona (Autry) Gardner, both of whom were born in Tennessee. They are now deceased. Neil Baxter Gardner received his early education in the common schools of Independence and Juno, Tennessee, and at the age of eighteen years enrolled as a student in the Baptist College, at Lexington. He attended that institution for one year and then enrolled in the Georgie Robertson Christian College, at Henderson, from which he was graduated with the LL. B. degree in 1899. For a few months he engaged in the practice of law with his old instructor, John W. Robertson of Henderson. He later went to Humboldt, Tennessee, and entered the mill and lumber business. For two years he remained in that town and then went to Missouri, locating in Tyler, where the following two years were spent in the conduct of a mercantile business. Subsequently he...

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