Balls Chapel Cemetery


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The old Balls Chapel Cemetery is located on a place now owned by Elmo and Bernice Thomas, west of Atoka, Oklahoma. It is located in a wooded area just south of the Truett home and contains 15 marked graves and approximately 68 unmarked ones. It was canvassed July 11, 1979 by Janice Allen and Gwen Walker. The marked graves are as follows:

Atteberry, Sarah (Goforth) w/o William Atteberry b. ? d. ca 1910

Atteberry, William NMI h/o Sarah Goforth Atteberry b. Jan. 6, 1836 Hopkins Co., KY d. ca 1915

Atteberry, William W. "Billy" (Son of William NMI Atteberry & Rebecca Patton) b. ca Dec. 1857 Stoddard Co., MO - d. ca. 1922

Atteberry, John Edward (Son of William NMI & Sarah Goforth) b. ca 1862 MO d. ca 1921

Atteberry, Alson Cornelius (Son of William NMI & Sarah Goforth) b.20 May 1876 AR d. Feb. 24, 1911

Aycock, Alford, Son of W. Z. and L. A. Aycock

Cole, R. M.

Daugherty, J. A.


Jones, Dollie

Keith, Infant, Son of Jas. and A. M. Keight

Rawls, Nannie, w/o Penn Rawls

Rawls, Penn

Sides, Baby

The following name appear on one hand-carved stone:

Smith, Bertha

Smith, Frank

Stanford, Eugene B. Dau. of w. L. and M. K. Stanford

Stanford, Bertha Ofellar

Toaz, Rillapeck

Toaz, Carl Lionel

Yeates, James Barne, Son of M. and M. C.

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