LeFlore County, Oklahoma
Location: 4 mile SW of Shady Point
was Sutter Cemetery until 1914
aka Number 9 Cemetery
Section 12, T7N, R24E
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|GASTON||Isaac "Dock"||00-00-1874||6 Nov 1918||George & Sylvia||Isaac Dock Gaston was the son of Thomas L. & Nancy Mayfair Gaston and husband of Hattie York Gaston.|
|GASTON||Freddie C.||11 Sep 1914||10 Sep 1915||George & Sylvia||Freddie C. Gaston, son of Isaac Dock Gaston and Hattie York Gaston|
|GASTON||Violet||17 Jan 1910||18 Jan 1910||George & Sylvia||daughter of Isaac Dock Gaston and Hattie York Gaston|
|VAUGHAN||Virgil||00-00-0000||09-26-1910||Vaughn Page||age 19|
The cemetery was sometimes referred to as Number Nine Cemetery because it was located close to the old Number Nine Coal Mine. About 1918, eleven miners were killed in a mine explosion. Some of them are buried in this cemetery.
The cemetery is in two parts: the White side and the Colored side. Most of the graves are unmarked. Information on some of the unmarked graves was obtained from old funeral home records. There are only 3 marked graves. It appears there were 11 'white' graves and 5 'colored' graves.
Dock Gaston is buried beside his children, Freddie C. and Violet Gaston.
Source: July 2002 Sylvia Kralik with the assistance of the PVGS Ladies.