Folsom Cemetery

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Folsom Cemetery, sometimes referred to as Liberty Cemetery, or Folsom-Jones-Lane Cemetery is reached by going three miles south of the Caney turn-off on Hwy. 69 and turn east about 1/2 mile. The cemetery is next to the road on the south side. Part of it is surrounded by chain-link fence. This section is very well kept. The other sections are in fair condition. There are 108 marked graves and at least 45 unmarked one. The cemetery is still in use.


Alford, Henry G. (Military Stone) TEXAS Corp 34 Inf. 7 Div.
Alford, J. H.
Alford, Lue (Handmade stone)


Banta, Calvin (Military Stone) OK Pvt 162 Depot Bric (This stone is standing upright and the last half is buried so deep, making it impossible to read the remainder of the information.

Double Stone
Baugher Charles
Laura E. Baugher
Wed: Feb. 20, 1926

Becknell, Ida F.
Brammer, D. J.
Brammer, John T. Handmade Stone
Brammer, Thomas A. Handmade Stone
Burnett, F. M.


Childers, H. Pearl
Childers, William A.
Craig, Roy


Denyer, Alice C.

Double Stone
Dufur, Lou Ellar
Dufur Willies

Double Stone
Dufur, Mack C.
Dufur, Willie Mae
Dufur, Infant Daughter of Mack & Willie Mae: March 1928
Dufur, Infant Son of Mack & Willie Mae: Sept. 1926
Duncan, N. A.; Wife of J. T. Duncan
Durbin, Mavis Y. Atoka Funeral Home Marker


Edwards, Perry
Edwards, T. N.
Edwards, Infant son of C. E. & G. A.
Edwards, W. E. (W. O. W. Stone)


Double Stone
Folsom, Alice Jones
Folsom, Blanche (Ballard)* William Charles and Amanda (West) Ballard Folsom, Junie
Folsom, Caroline J.
Folsom, Christine; Dau. of John & Alice
Folsom, Cleo B.
Folsom, Eleanot Louise Dau. of T. J. & Hattie
Folsom, John N.
Folsom, Linda Sue: Dau. of C. J. & Bertha
Folsom, Oscar, Sr. Military Stone CPL U. S. Army - WWI
Folsom, Tandy James
Folsom, Infant son of John & Alice

Double Stone
Fryer, Callie
Fryer, Dick

Fryer, Hoyte
Fryer, Molie C. - Mother
Fryer, W. P. - Father


Garrett, Baby; Holmes Funeral Home Marker Durant, OK
Garrett, Harrison D. Atoka Funeral Home Marker
Garrett, Haskell
Green, M. ?ale J. W. Chapman Funeral Marker Tishomingo, OK All information on this stone is illegible)


Halpin, Michael
Hawkins, Lucy

Double Stone
Henry, John A.
Emma Belle
There is a Funeral Home Marker at this site that
reads Emma Bell Henry Phelps

Double Stone
Henry, Silas
Henry, Martha
Married: May 22, 1922

Jones, Deliah; Dau. of Impson & Jincy Jones
Jones, Impson
Jones, J. A.
Jones, Jincy
Jones, Mae
Jones, Robert M


Lane, Addie E.
Lane, Bartholomew
Lane, Bat (Shug)
Lane, Edward
Lane, Estella Ann
Lane, Everett L.; S/o Edward & Addie DENYER Lane; H/o Karol Smith
Lane, Frances

Double Stone
Lane, Henry Tilman
Lane, Ruby Gladys
Married: Oct. 9, 1926

Lane, Joe A.
Lane, James; Son of B. & F. Lane

Triple Stone
Lane, Mike; Son of B. & F. Lane
Lane, Peter H. Son of B. & F. Lane
Lane, Ralph Allen; h/o Frances Haislip; S/o Joe Allen Lane & Maude Pearl HENNIGER Lane
Lane, Willie M. Son of B. & F. Lane
Leaf, Flornce


Leary, J. G.
Leary, Mary WOW Stone
Lohner, Mildred Lee
Looper, Sarah S.


The following 4 graves are
enclosed in a wrought-iron
McClaskey, Abe
McClaskey, A. E.
McClaskey, Oak
The 4th grae is marked only
by a wooden post into which
has been carved the figure of
a woman with arms crossed.

Double Stone
McCoy, Jalia A.
McCoy, Joseph B.


Mead, Mable Irene LOHNER
Miller, John H. Handmade Stone

The following grave is enclosed by a fence:
Moran, William H.

Murray, B. F. Handmade Stone
Murray, Louis J.
Murray, W. R. Handmade Stone


Patton, Forrest, Jr.


Robinson, Annie P
Robinson, Raymond McKinley


Smith, Infant Son of Thomas J. & I. M.
Snow, Ester M.
Snow, William R.

Double Stone
Speers, Sadie Mae
Speers, William Levi

The following handmade stone is inside a
fence with the of Calvin W. Banta and one
unmarked grave:
Springer, O. C.; S/o John L. & Della BANTA Springer

Springer, John L.; H/o Della BANTA Springer
Springer, Curtis; S/o John L. & Della BANTA Springer
Summers, Lou C.
Swinford, Maretta Mae; Handmade Stone


Taylor, Alva Ray; Handmade Stone
Taylor, Reba E.; Handmade Stone
Taylor, Willie Lee; Handmade Stone
Thompson, Freddy E.; Handmade Stone
Turner, Mary B. & James S.; Handmade Stone


Wheeler, Clifford S.

Double Stone
Willis, Edd: Papa
Willis, Mable; Mama

The following are buried in unidentified graves
in this cemetery:
Sisson, George W.
Walker, Mary Winters: Du of John & Martha Winters
1st Husband: George Sisson
2nd Husband: Peyton Walker