Dougherty Cemetery
Murray County, Oklahoma


Transcribed, Submitted, Used with permission & © by Dennis Muncrief


Dougherty is a small community in the heart of the Arbuckle Mountains. It is located on the banks of the Washita River in prime farming and ranching land. The Cemetery was originally part of the Chickasaw Indian Allotment to the Mazeppa Turner family. When Mazeppa started building his home on a hill in the middle of his allotment, ancient Indian graves were uncovered when digging began. Mazeppa applied to have his allotment changed to an area on the Washita River. The Old Indian Gravesite' was used as the local burial site after that. Of interest may be that the 1940's & '50's big band singer, Kay Starr, was born and raised in Dougherty. Her parents are buried in the cemetery. The Town of Dougherty is at the end of SH 110, about 10 miles southeast of Davis, OK. The cemetery on the east side of town is in excellant condition and well kept. There is much pride in the cemetery and local people are adding gravestones to many of the unmarked graves as records are discovered.


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Surnames beginning with R

LAST NAME
FIRST NAME
BIRTH
DEATH
NOTES
Ramage Cleburn W. b. 10/3/1912 d. 4/8/1947  
Ramage E. Pauline b. 10/20/1914 d. no date m. 12/22/1933
Ramage William Glenn b. 3/16/1948 d. 1/31/1996  
Rankin Linda Carol   3/26/1963  
Reece F. b. 11/8/1915 d. 12/23/1988  
Reeves Mae Todd b. 8/4/1911 d. 5/31/1974  
Roach
Herman N. b. 9/30/1925 d. 8/6/1999 WWII
Roe Ray Jr   5/17/1942  
Ross Jerry b. 9/13/1956 d. 7/16/1991  
Ross
John D. b. 1/6/1933 d. 5/23/1984 Korea
Ross John L. b. 9/18/1912 d. 1/30/1980 Papa
2 markers
Ross Margaret E. b. 11/16/1934 d. no date w/o John D
Ross Tommie A. b. 4/11/1915 d. 5/18/1985 Mama
w/o JLR
2 markers


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