Cleveland, Pawnee County, Oklahoma
This cemetery was located eleven miles east of Hallett in Section 5, Township 20N, Range 9 East of the Indian Meridian.
It is believed there were originally eighty-three graves.
When the Keystone Lake was constructed, the cemetery had to be moved.
Interment was made in a cemetery situated 1.2 miles south of Cleveland on highway 64. It was relocated with the Bear Creek Cemetery. The Dixie Cemetery is the north section of the present cemetery.
The cemetery is in active use at this time.
Frailey, Basil Leon Jun 13, 1902-Dec 9, 1974 Find a Grave
Frailey, Pearl Goodman Sep 15, 1907- wife of Basil L.
d/o Charley & Rosey Godman
Frailey, Jerry Thurman Dec 9, 1936-Nov 3, 1995 Find a Grave
Goodman, Charley May 27, 1882-Jul 19, 1968 Father Find a Grave
Goodman, Rosey I. Dell Apr 22, 1889-Apr 6, 1918 Mrs.
Goodman, Rudolph Jan 23, 1918-Dec 24, 1986 Doc Find a Grave
Goodman, J. Maxine Frailey Sep 4, 1925-
Mac wife of Rudolph Married Dec 1, 1945