Kay County Cemeteries - Chilocco Cemetery

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Pioneer Woman Statue

Ponca City, OK – Bryant Baker, Sculptor – Dedicated April 22, 1930.

Marland Mansion

Ponca City, OK - Constructed 1928.

Ponca City Library

Ponca City, OK – Constructed 1935.

Standing Bear Museum & Education Center

Ponca City, OK - Dedicated September 29, 2007.

Kay County Courthouse

Newkirk, OK – Constructed 1926.

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Chilocco Cemetery

Location: On Hwy 77, five miles North of Newkirk on the Chilocco Indian School Campus

There is NO ACCESS to the Cemetery.
The School Campus closed in 1980 and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
There are 124 burials with 60 identified and only 1 inscribed tombstone. Originally there were small white crosses - None were engraved


Research to identify the burials was performed by James and Jeanie Edwards


Above is the only stone engraved
Roubideaux died July 29 1892

BURIALS

 

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