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Indian Pioneer Papers - Index

Cemetery - Cherokee
Date: March 19, 1937
Burial ground: Anderson Lowery Cemetery
Present owner: 
Number of graves: 
Condition:  Well kept and fenced
Legal location: 
Field Workers: Frank J. Still

Mr. Anderson Lowrey is a son of Chief George Lowrey.   There is no marker at his grave, but Mrs. R.W. Walker was with me and showed me his grave.  (Mrs. R.W. Walker of Tahlequah, Oklahoma) This is a nice family cemetery, well kept and fenced. 

Mary Lowrey, born October 16, 1813, died July 3, 1876, She was born back in Georgia

Suan (Susan?) Lowrey, nee Carter, born April 8, 1844, died Sept 6, 1895.   She is a daughter of Mary and George Lowrey

W.H. Martin, died March 6, 1934, age 74 years.   W.H. Martin is a son of Hercules Martin, who was a Cherokee interpreter in Washington, D.C.

The old Anderson Lowrey Cemetery located one mile southwest of Woodall school, half mile east of 62 highway.

Submitted to OKGenWeb by Brenda Choate, August 2001.