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Re: Oklahoma Indian Territory & Montague Co., TX.
Posted by: Nita (ID *****6995) Date: October 08, 2013 at 13:10:14
In Reply to: Oklahoma Indian Territory & Montague Co., TX. by Bobbi Chase of 32094

The distance depends on the way you go from Nocona to Oklahoma in those days--take a train or a wagon crossing a ferry? crossing at a shallow water crossing on Red River?

There was one man living near Oklahoma City whose family took him to a cemetery near Saint Jo, Montague Co., Texas for burial about 1906--took trains then went overland from the train depot a few miles. Another family took a family member by wagon to a cemetery north closer to Red River--not too far from the Terral area.


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