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Historical Markers in Creek County, Oklahoma

 
Clickable Map of Creek County, Oklahoma and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Creek County, OK (20) Lincoln County, OK (21) Okfuskee County, OK (2) Okmulgee County, OK (8) Pawnee County, OK (5) Payne County, OK (20) Tulsa County, OK (113)  CreekCounty(20) Creek County (20)  LincolnCounty(21) Lincoln County (21)  OkfuskeeCounty(2) Okfuskee County (2)  OkmulgeeCounty(8) Okmulgee County (8)  PawneeCounty(5) Pawnee County (5)  PayneCounty(20) Payne County (20)  TulsaCounty(113) Tulsa County (113)
Sapulpa is the county seat for Creek County
Adjacent to Creek County, Oklahoma
      Lincoln County (21)  
      Okfuskee County (2)  
      Okmulgee County (8)  
      Pawnee County (5)  
      Payne County (20)  
      Tulsa County (113)  
 
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1Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — 1st Lt Robert F. Trigalet, USMC
This 75mm Howitzer is a memorial to 1st Lt. Robert F. Trigalet, U.S.M.C. The first Marine from Bristow who gave his life for God and Country in the Vietnam Conflict. (Died May 2, 1969)Map (db m41919) HM
2Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — 45th Infantry (Thunderbird) Division
. . . Map (db m41925) HM
3Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — AMM1 Clifford Murl Satterfield, US Navy
This 3 Inch 50mm Deck Gun is dedicated to Clifford Murl Satterfield Aviation [Machinist's] Mate First Class U.S. Navy, Killed in Action off the U.S.S. Enterprise. South Pacific April 29, 1944Map (db m41922) HM
4Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — Bristow Concrete Walk
In 1895 a concrete walk was installed by the City of Bristow across Main Street at 7th Street. The sloping sides allow the wagons to cross the walk. When Main Street was paved in 1915 the walk was removed. Both the installation and removal were . . . Map (db m41941) HM
5Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — Bristow Pioneers Plaza
[There are several dozen family histories on permanent markers on the plaza. One marker is transcribed, while the names on the other markers are listed for future reference] The Abrahams [on Panel 1] Only a little inquiry is needed . . . Map (db m41953) HM
6Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — Cpl Larry E. Caldwell, US Army
VFW Post 3656 dedicates this U.S. Army Corporal Missile in memory of Cpl. Larry E. Caldwell U.S. Army Killed In Action Mar. 19, 1970 in Tam Ky VietnamMap (db m41933) HM
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7Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — Cpl Peter W. Klingensmith
Bristow V.F.W. Post 3656 dedicates this WWI French 75mm Cannon to Cpl. Peter W. Klingensmith. First Bristow man killed in action in WWI and all other Doughboys who served their country.Map (db m41923) HM
8Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — Ex-Prisoners of War and Those Missing In Action
Dedicated to All Ex-Prisoners of War and Those Missing In ActionMap (db m41920) HM
9Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — Major Quince L. Brown, USAAF
. . . Map (db m41934) HM
10Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — SFC Donald J. Hurt, US Army
Bristow VFW Post 3656 dedicates this 81mm Mortar to Sgt.1C Donald J. Hurt, from Bristow, Co. G, 2nd Bn 279th Inf, 45th Div. U.S. Army, who was killed in action in the Korean War April 10, 1952Map (db m41924) HM
11Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — United States Navy Memorial
This hatchcover from the WWII submarine USS Batfish SS 310 is dedicated to the men of the U.S. Navy who have given their lives in defense of their country.Map (db m41918) HM
12Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — USS Gunboat Charleston (PG 51)
. . . Map (db m41921) HM
13Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — VFW Post 3656 Charter
By the authority of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States be it known that Comrades Elbert R. Anderson ∙ Walter G. Bisbee ∙ Edward R. Burris ∙ Clarence A. Davis ∙ Ralph H. Gable, Jr. ∙ Lee J. Johnson . . . Map (db m41939) HM
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14Oklahoma (Creek County), Bristow — VFW Post 3656 War MemorialThey Gave All For Their Country
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3656 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Bristow, Oklahoma, honor the men who served in the Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, and especially the men listed below who made the supreme . . . Map (db m41937) HM
15Oklahoma (Creek County), Depew — Depew Community Veterans Memorial"We Remember" — Duty • Honor • Country —
Dedicated to those who served their country from a grateful Depew community ☆ By Name Reflects Killed in Action Abbett, Chas. R. ∙ Abbett, Geo. E. ∙ Alexander, William ∙ Allee, Marion D. ∙ ☆ . . . Map (db m139715) HM
16Oklahoma (Creek County), Drumright — 60-1995 — Turkey Track Ranch
Site of ranch headquarters was 2-˝ mi. north of here. Roundups were on present site of Cushing. This area was grazing land for Texas cattle driven north, 1866 to 1885. The region was opened to settlers on Sept. 22, 1892. Sac and Fox village 1/4 . . . Map (db m187809) HM
17Oklahoma (Creek County), Mannford — Original Townsite of Mannford
Began 1/4 mi. east on the Creek Headrights of Tom & Hazel Mann. Town was named for Mann's Ford across Cimarron R. In 1895 G.M Evans leased this 90 acres and surrounding land. AV&W-RR (Frisco) came in 1902 and P.O. est. Apr. 11, 1903. Hall C. Miller . . . Map (db m185001) HM
18Oklahoma (Creek County), Sapulpa — Earle Berryhill Building
Headright oil income of Earle, Creek Roll No. NB988 (a minor), utilized as an investment for him by his father Theodore, Cr. No. 2519 (son of George W.), built this building, completed in 1909. Earliest Tenants American National Bank, . . . Map (db m41978) HM
19Oklahoma (Creek County), Sapulpa — Rock Creek BridgeRoute 66 Historic Bridge No. 18
. . . Map (db m172083) HM
20Oklahoma (Creek County), Sapulpa — Sapulpa
Creek Indian "Chief" Sapulpa had a ranch, blacksmith shop and store here by 1850. Serving in Confed. Army, he was discharged a Lieut., and is buried N. of his old homestead in cemetery owned by Nancy Green Chap., NSDAR, 2 blks. S. Local RR station . . . Map (db m180760) HM
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Dec. 6, 2022