Saturday April 28, 2012
Olympus Cemetery, Grove, OK
This year our chapter began, what we hope, will be a multi-year project as we take Confederate Memorial Day to honor all CSA fallen forever residing in Delaware County, Oklahoma. This year, we began the project in Olympus Cemetery. Directions to the cemetery as well as the original invitation can be found at the bottom of this page.
We are grateful to Mahlon Erickson of Oklahoma City, for assisting our chapter in preparing the roll and we all agree there may be more that we are unaware of.
Honor Roll of Confederate Dead at Olympus Cemetery
CAREY, EDMOND D. B. 1832 D. 1921, CONFEDERATE ARMY
CAUDILL, JAMES A. B 1841 D. 1930, CONFEDERATE ARMY
CHEEK, PLEASANT B. 1842 D. 1891, CO B 7TH ARK MILITIA CSA and CO I 34 ARK INF CSA
FRAZIER, JOSIAH A. B 1845 D 1915, CONFEDERATE ARMY
HULSEY, WALTON B 1830? D 1913, CONFEDERATE ARMY
SAGER, AUGUST C. B 1836 D 1912, CONFEDERATE ARMY
STURDIVANT, MARTIN B. B 1841 D1916, CONFEDERATE ARMY
WARD, GEORGE M. B 1842 D 1916, CONFEDERATE ARMY
It is with Southern pride that we honor these Confederate dead, here today. We also salute and honor all those who have served this great country throughout time.
The last entry above, is a portion of the service, as we honored all military veterans.
Directions to Olympus Cemetery
As you enter Grove, Oklahoma, from the west, on Highway 59:
Directions from Olympus Cemetery to the Lazy Parrot
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