Atoka Confederate Memorial Museum


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Atoka County Confederate Memorial Museum

Hwy. 69 North

P. O. Box 245

Atoka, OK 74525


Look Up Fees

Search cemetery records, the Zweigel Funeral Home records, Atoka and Keith Funeral Home records and marriage records index, providing date within two or three years of death, and within 10 years for marriages can be supplied. If the exact date of death can be determined, the newspapers will be searched for a printed obituary, but it must be the exact date.

The cost is $20.00 and includes copies of cemetery record, funeral home record, the obituary. The marriage record book number and page number and the address where you can write for copies.

You must include a stamped, self-addressed envelope, and your check or money order made payable to the Atoka County Historical Society and mailed to P. O. Box 245, Atoka, OK. 74525.

No search for land records under any circumstances, but any information known about the family, including information contained in the county history book will be shared.

There are several books at the Museum that Atoka County researchers might find interesting. They can only be purchased at the Museum. They are as follows:

"Father Murrow" The Life and Times of J. S. Murrow
Baptist Missionary, Confederate Indian Agent, Indian Educator, and the Father of Freemasonry in Indian Territory. A biography by Raymond L. Holcomb.

"Old Boggy Depot 1838 - 1883" An Anthology of the Life and Death of a Frontier Town

"The Confederate Volunteers of Atoka County" 1861 - 1865" Company F of the First Regiment Choctaw and Chickasaw Mounted Rifles. The First Organized Unit To Be Accepted Into Confederate Service From Atoka County, Choctaw Nation. Researched and Compiled by Raymond L. Holcomb. Third in a Series on Atoka County History.

"DOWN THE TEXAS ROAD" Historic places along highway 69 through Oklahoma. First edition printed about August, 1936.

"THE CIVIL WAR IN THE WESTERN CHOCTAW NATION 1861-1865" Second Edition Written and edited by Raymond L. Holcomb.

"THE BUTTERFIELD OVERLAND MAIL" The Middle Boggy Crossing and Burial Ground.

"CATALOGUE of the Atoka Baptist Academy, Located at Atoka, Indian Territory, 1893-1894," Copy of original catalog of 1893-94, contains list of students, and history information.

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00am-4:00pm--Sunday Hours: 12:00pm-4:00pm

Holdings: copies of death records back to 1912. Not everyone is listed.

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