Run of '92


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Run of '92

East boundary of Indian country
--98' W longitude, west of this line lay the land of the Cheyenne and Arapaho. Each member of their two tribes had been alloted, 160 acres before the surplus land was opened to settlers, AT noon April 19, 1892, the ran west from this line for homesteads. Gov. A.J. Seay of Oklahoma Ty., was living at Kingfisher. His grave is near.

Oklahoma Historical Society
49-1995


Directions:

US 81 and OK 33 1.5 mile west on OK 33 south side of road
Kingfisher, OK


35.85459090, -97.958979
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Governor A. J. Seay Tombstone
Kingfisher Cemetery
Kingfisher, OK

Abraham Jefferson Seay    




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Abraham Jefferson Seay

From Private 1861 to Col
31st and 32nd Infantry
Missouri volunteer 1865
Co Atty 1871
Circuit Judge 1875 to 1886
Associate Justice of Okla
1890 to 1891
Governor of Okla
1891 to 1893
Love of Country
Love of Kindred


A. J. Seay Gov. A.J.Seay tombstone

Abraham Jefferson Seay/ Private 1861
Col 32nd Infantry Missouri Volunteer 1885
Co Atty 1871
Circuit Judge 1875-1886
Assist. Judge of Oklahoma 1890-1891
Gov. of Oklahoma 1891-1893
Love of Country
love of Kindred

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