Location: Hughes County OK

Hughes County Oklahoma Cemeteries

Most of these Hughes 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 Hughes County OKGenWeb Archives Bohannon Cemetery Buchner Memorial Cemetery Carson Cemetery Citra Cemetery Crossroad Cemetery Fairview Cemetery Glory/Bilbee Cemetery Hilltop Cemetery Holdenville Cemetery Jacobs Cemetery Lamar Cemetery McBryde Cemetery McCosar/Buck Cemetery McMahan Cemetery Non Cemetery Panther Creek Cemetery Peebles Cemetery Robison Cemetery South Community Cemetery Stubblefield Cemetery Wetumka Cemetery Wetumka Indian Baptist Church Cemetery Yeager Cemetery Hosted at Oklahoma Genealogical Society Citra Cemetery McBride Cemetery Panther Creek...

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Biographical Sketch of John Randolph Allen

John Randolph Allen a pioneer of Tennessee was the father John Randolph Allen, born in 1836. Married in 1876, Nora Martin, born in 1858, they were natives of Tennessee. John Randolph and Nora (Martin) Allen were the parents of John Randolph Allen, born February 1877 in Chicago, Illinois. Married at Fort Smith, Arkansas December 25, 1916, Lulu, daughter of George and Mary Vaughn, born May 8, 1892 in Arkansas City, Kansas. Mr. Allen organized and directed the first elusively Indian agricultural and art fair among the Seminole and Creek Indians at Wetumka, Hughes...

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Biography of Harry R. Harshbarger

Harry R. Harshbarger of Sedan had found varied employment for his energies since he reached manhood, but is now chiefly engaged in the business of oil production, and had some of the most valuable properties of that kind in Chautauqua County. He was born at Vermilion, Edgar County, Illinois, May 28, 1868. His father was John W. Harshbarger, long and favorably known in Kansas. John W. was born in Cabell County, Virginia, in what is now West Virginia, in 1835. His father, John Harshbarger, also a native of Virginia, died in the western part of that state three months before his son, John W., was born. Grandfather John Harshbarger was a blacksmith. His wife was a Miss Doolittle, of a Maryland family, and a sister of United States Senator Doolittle of Maryland. The Harshbargers originated in Switzerland and came to Baltimore in colonial days. John W. Harshbarger was reared in Edgar County, Illinois. He also married there. While a young man he studied medicine and in 1861 he enlisted in Burgess’ Sharpshooters and participated in a part of the Missouri campaign and also was in some of the fighting cast of the Mississippi, but after the battle of Shiloh was discharged on account of disability. He then re-enlisted as a hospital steward in the regular army and for four years was stationed in that capacity at the Army Hospital...

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Biography of Clark Nichols

Clark Nichols, attorney at law in Eufaula and a member of the State senate from McIntosh, Muskogee and Haskell counties, was born in Elk County, Kansas, on the 16th of November, 1880, a son of John A. and Mary C. (Conover) Nichols, both natives of Illinois. The father removed to Kansas at an early age and acquiring land in Elk County, farmed there until 1889, in which year he, removed to Joplin, Missouri. There he engaged in mining but in 1911 he disposed of his interests and came to Hanna, Oklahoma. He bought land near here, which he still operates. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nichols are living in Eufaula and are respected citizens of the community. In the acquirement of an education, Clark Nichols attended the schools of Elk County and Cherryvale, Kansas, and later those in Joplin, Missouri. For some time he followed mining there, and then, determining upon a legal career, enrolled in the law department of the University of Missouri in 1903. In 1906 he was graduated from that institution, with the LL. B. degree. Subsequently he engaged in practice in Joplin and from 1907 to 1909 held the office of city attorney there. In January, 1911, he came to Oklahoma, locating in Holdenville and after practicing there for two years removed to Hanna. He remained in Hanna until 1916, when he came to Eufaula and...

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Crawford, Nels – Obituary

The second when Nels Crawford, aged 20, of Baker was killed happened about 4:30 o’clock Saturday afternoon. Crawford accompanied by Bruce Alexander another youth, were driving a racing car on the Baker-Cornucopia highway. At a point near the schoolhouse, the car left the road and the boys were thrown out. Young Crawford lived only a short time. Alexander received injuries, but is now on the road to recover. The body of Crawford was shipped to Wetumka, Oklahoma, to relatives. North Powder News Saturday, June 27,...

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