Vernon


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Vernon, established in March 1912, is named for William T. Vernon, a minister and bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, who also served as registrar of the United States Treasury from 1906 to 1912 under President Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft.


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In community of Vernon, Oklahoma *

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* Information from Oklahoma Historical Society

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