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To reach this old burial site, go four miles east of atoka on Hwy. 3 and 7, turn south 1 1/4 mile, then back east for 1/2 mile. It was used by the Harmony and Bruno communities unitl "1912" when the new owner of the property refused to allow further burials there. This necessitated the start of Bera Cemetery. It was canvassed in the summer of 1957 by Miss Mildred Toaz, and since that time some dozer work has been done in the area and many of the stones destroyed. The following information was taken from "OKLAHOMA CEMETERY RECORDS-ATOKA COUNTY," by Miss Toaz. Note: Mildred Toaz died January 9, 2001 at the age of 99.
Green, Verder K. w/o e. F. Green
Pruitt, Sarah E.
Rains, James A.
Ross, Mrs. Sarah
Stanbro, Mablel d/o. O. c. & Lena Stanbro
Wilson, Infant d/o S. W. & Narcissa Wilson
Wilson, Infant Child of S. W. & Narcissa Wilson
Wilson, Lonnie s/o S. w. & Esper Wilson
Wilson, Narcissa "Sissy" (Jones), was the daughter of Noel Jones; they were full blood Choctaw. She was the wife of Silas William "Turkey" Wilson, a white man. Her age was 24 at death. Narcissa's son, Noel Wilson, moved his mother and her children's headstone to the Butler Cemetery in Lane years ago. Information from Tammy Jones, Apr. 8, 2001.