ELECTRIC CEMETERY
AN AMERICAN CIVIL WAR & GENEALOGY WEBSITE
Owned & Operated by
DEONE PEARCY

Established 1995 by
N. DALE TALKINGTON &
DEONE PEARCY



CIVIL WAR

The Long Blue Line 8,576 Civil War UNION Soldiers and Sailors Buried in Oklahoma

The 8th Iowa Cavalry, organized from Appanoose County, Iowa

Sultana Steamship Sinking near Memphis, Tennessee on April 27, 1865

Cahaba Federal Prison, located near Selma, Alabama

The 19th Kansas Cavalry, that served in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas from 1868 to 1869

Union Soldiers' Cemetery in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Union Soldiers' Home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in Oklahoma and Kansas

Medal of Honor Recipients of the Civil War and Indian Wars buried in Oklahoma and Kansas

David A. Nation, Attorney, Minister, Publisher, and Civil War Captain

Orange "Scott" Cummins, The Pilgrim Bard

Drake DeKay, 1st Lt, Aid-de-Camp to General Joseph K. F. Mansfield

George Williams, Private, Company B, 123rd Ohio Infantry

Peter Nichols Talkington, Farrier, Company F, 8th Iowa Cavalry

Verden Cemetery, located in Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma

Charles Sherman Parrish , Brevet Brigadier General

Caleb S. Pratt, Lieutenant and Namesake of Pratt County, Kansas

Vanity Automobile License Tags, a FUN site to visit

LINKS

Civil War and Genealogy Links to Other Sites on the Internet



HELPERS

Some Genealogy Helpers that will make your searching a little bit easier

BOOKS

Books Published by Pearcy and Talkington

PEARCY

Deone Pearcy and the History of the Pearcy family and Related Families in Oklahoma, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia

Talkington

Very brief history of the Talkington Family in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania

Anadarko, Grady County, Oklahoma, history, pictures, class roster and friends

James A. Nelson, Great, Great-Grandfather of Roger Shaw, Midwest City, Oklahoma

Pam Newhouse, Editor of the SULTANA REMEMBERED newsletter

David L. Payne, Father of Oklahoma

General George Armstrong Custer, 7th U.S. Cavalry

Elizabeth (Betty) Jane Davis Boutilier, buried in the Union Soldiers' Cemetery

Mahlon G. Erickson, Oklahoma Historian

Charles E. Chambers, Medal of Honor Historian

Carry A. Nation, Famous Saloon Smasher

John Wilson Triplett, Computer Professor at Oklahoma State University

Charles W. Friend, World-famous "Baby-Doctor" from Charlotte, North Carolina

Earl H. Friend, Deceased, Teacher in the Federal Indian Service

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Copyright 1995
Deone Pearcy
N. Dale Talkington
Last Revised
October 1, 2002
Deone @ ElectricCemetery.com

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