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Located in the NE quarter of section 23, Township 27, Range 12, near BarDew Lake in Washington County. One of the largest old cemeteries in the county, it is still being used by a few. It is the earliest to be used by white people in the county. There are many unidentified graves.
Directions: Come to Bartlesville on Highway 75 North. Turn West on Highway 60 (Adams Blvd) which is an under/over pass, or you can go to Frank Phillips Blvd and turn West or even on North to Tuxedo and turn West. Approximately 3 miles West (you will go through downtown Bartlesville on all three), you will come to Virginia street. Turn North. Four miles North of Hensley Blvd (Tuxedo)) you will come to road 1400 for Bar-Dew Lake. Turn West. At the first right hand curve in the road there is a dirt road that goes South and is marked private. Take this private road (yes it is ok) and follow it south around the hill to the west and you will come to the cemetery.