Pink, 
Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma

Pink was established January 24, 1894, nine miles west of Tecumseh.  Today it is located on State Highway 9.  It was known as a twin city of Brown.  Early day pioneers included:

W.R. Stapp who owned a grist mill; 
O.A. Miller had a store which was later owned by J.R. McLaughlin, then A.C. Stapp and J.M. Stumpp
John W. Farris
A.E. Devault
Frank Fox
James S. Wade
 F.P. Little
C.R. Tice
J.P. Pyeatt
A. Ward Copley
P.H. Stapp
G.B. Spurloke
J.E. Tucker
S.M. King
Osco A. Miller
J.V. Simons 
George L. Miller
Do you have photos of early day PINK that you would be willing to share so we can post them here?
Please email the Pott County Genealogy Club at 
pottcounty@gmail.com
We would love to have pictures of post office; school; churches, people/families.
 


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*John Fortson, Pott Country: And What Has Come Of It; USA: Eakin Press, 1936; pp. 69.
Originally published under auspices of the Pottawatomie County Historical Society.
 


 
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