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Re: Cemeteries in Prague
Posted by: Mary Taylor (ID *****2784) Date: January 22, 2008 at 14:35:16
In Reply to: Cemeteries in Prague by Susie Henderson of 335

       I grew up in Prague so the surname Brashears is familiar to me, although I do not have burial information.
       Very few Lincoln County burials are online, but here is how you can find good, easy to read maps.
       Go to this link:
       (It was busy or down just now, but it should be up soon.)
       When it comes up click on Find a cemetery. Enter Prague, with the pull down menu for Oklahoma. When it comes up, click on the small map symbol. Then do the same for Oakdale Cemetery, and look for the one in Okfuskee County.
       If you don't know just where they are buried I suggest this.
       There are 5 volumes of Lincoln County Cemeteries which have been published. These can be found in the Genealogy Library in the new Oklahoma History Center. (If I remember correctly, the Prague Cemetery burial listings give the location of the graves in the cemetery.)
       Although there is a charge for the museum, there is no charge for the Genealogy Library section. Go to the information desk in the History Center and tell them you are researching in the genealogy library. They will probably give you a sticker color coded for the library.
       If you know ahead of time just where they are buried, it will be helpful to you.
       Good luck.
Mary in OKC

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