SANGER CEMETERY/ Spike 'S' Ranch Cemetery.- Tulsa County, OK
Location: 1 1/2 miles south of highway 64 on Mingo Road out of Bixby, OK. The cemetery is located on the private property, east of the house and north of the drive.
DEPRIST, Patience 1819 - Sep 16 1904
WILLIAMS, W. T. (h-S.M.) Dec 14 1854 - Jan 5 1900
BOWMAN, H.H. 1854 - Mar 31 1894
HARRIS, George Aug 23 1852- Feb 12 1898 -son in law to Charles Frailey
Jeb No information
BERRY, infant Died Dec 1882
DEAN, Mrs. (born in Germany 50 years ago) Died Mar 1876
DEAN, infant Died Mar 1876
SANGER, Walter (son of F.M. and H.) Mar 1 1877 - Apr 5 1884
SANGER, Arthur 1875 - Mar 13 1876
SANGER, Hannah L. (wife of F.M.) Sep 27 1855 - Feb 8 1883
SANGER, F. M. 1843 - Sep 23 1890 **Please check below for more information on F.M. Sanger Family
SANGER, Hattie Jun 26 1873 - Jan 16 1889
CALL, Nellie Dec 3 1896 - Aug 3 1904
CALL, Gracie Dec 1 1894 - Jul 25 1899
SLOAN, H. J. 1845 - 1905
D.E. No other information
** More information on F.M. Sanger
F.M. SANGER was a Captian and Company Comander of Company 'A' for the Second Creek Volunteers for the Confederacy. He was a white man.
His wife Hanna L. was a Creek Indian.
We Always called the cemetery the Spike 'S' Ranch Cemetery. F.M. SANGER and his half-brother George SANGER owned the Ranch which ran about 5,000 head of cattle. The land was lost after the Civil War when the Federal Government opened the Creek land for settlement. This was seen as punishment to the Creeks for most of the tribe supporting the Confederacy. This information sent by John G. Sanger