Armstrong Academy was a school for Choctaw boys from about 1844 until it burned 18 January 1920. The cemetery is located just west of the old buildings, but not on the property that was originally part of the grounds. The cemetery is located in present-day Bryan County, Oklahoma.
This list includes the names of those who are known to be buried there, but whose graves remain unmarked.
Date of Birth
Date of Death
Baker 2 sons of Rev. W.R. drowned in Blue River as per grandson Albert Norris Averyt Jr. White, Rebecca Barbee 06 May 1897 Born Benton, Ark Information from her gggrandson Tony Jackson McCreary, William Benson July 1, 1896 Information from his son Henry S. McCreary Houston, Wilburn 20 April 1890 Died of measles & pneumonia was a student Information from 1890 fiscal report for Academy Dill, Mavis Leona dau of Dock Felton & Ollie Mae Armor Dill Information from Mae Dill Dyer Dill, Janell dau of Dock Felton & Ollie Mae Armor Dill Information from Mae Dill Dyer Dill, Alma dau of Dock Felton & Ollie Mae Armor Dill Information from Mae Dill Dyer Dill, Selma dau of Dock Felton & Ollie Mae Armor Dill Information from Mae Dill Dyer Gardner, Benjamin James Henry 24 Oct 1887 05 Sept 1891 son of Sam & Florence Wolfe Gardner Gardner, Brady Lee 05 Sept 1903 03 March 1904 son of Robert L. & Tassie Gardner Gardner, Minnie Hallman 5 May 1876 19 July 1913 wife of Daniel Gardner Hogue, Jasper Hogue, Clarissa Hogue,Robert Hogue 3 children of Rev.R.J.C Hogue buried in a rock vault Information from Chronicles of Oklahoma