East Allison Cemetery

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This burial site is located 3 miles east and approximately 2 1/2 miles south of Bentley, Ok, on Bob Rains farm. Gwen Walker canvassed this cemetery, February 21, 1980. This gravesite is not only abandoned, but has been demolished. The stones have been bulldozed down, and are buried under the sod. Your enumerator, and Mr. Bob Rains spent much time and effort excavating these stones in order to record the information. Mr. Rains estimates there were, at one time, 8 or 9 graves. Six stones were recovered. This area is still referred to as "East Allison Prarie", and is the site where the East Allison schoolhouse once stood. The area derived its name from the Allison family.

Allison, Goodwen

Allison, Josephine; Daughter of L. J. and Emma Allison

Allison, Levi

Allison, Sophe; Wife of L. E. Allison

Allison, Wisly

Carnes, James (Erected by Lee Allison)

The following stones are located approximately 1/4 mile north of Bob Rains home, right next to the road on the west side. This would be approximately 1/2 mile northeast of the above listed graves.

The following grave was, at one time fenced, but only portions of the fence remains:

Allison, L. J., W. O. W. Stone

The following stone was lying on teh ground at the foot of the L. J. Allison stone. There was no evidence of where it originally stood:

Nelson, Infant Son of Ely and Elizabeth Nelson