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Ada Funeral Homes

  • PontCoCH

    Places

    Ada is also known as: Pontotoc County / Ada city.

    Ada contains: Wintersmith Park Historic District, Ada Public Library, Pontotoc County Courthouse, Sugg Clinic, and East Central University.

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  • Nick Blackburn (baseball player) was born in Ada.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Nick Blackburn (baseball player), Josh Fields (baseball player), Jeremy Shockey (american football player), Blake Shelton (singer and musician), Dan Cody (american football player), Brandon Quinton (bartender), and Blaine Saunders (actor).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: Ada Evening News.

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  • Location in the state of Oklahoma

    History

    Ada is an Oklahoma Main Street City, an Oklahoma Certified City, a Tree City USA member, and a National Weather Service StormReady Community. The city was named after the daughter of an early settler and was incorporated in 1901. Ada is home to East Central University. In the late 1880s, the Daggs family (by way of Texas) became the first family to settle what is now known as Ada, which was originally known as Daggs Prairie. In April 1889, Jeff Reed (a native Texan, and relative of the Daggs family) was appointed to carry the mail from Stonewall to Center (which was later combined with Pickett), two small communities in the Indian Territory. With his family and his stock, he sought a place for a home on a prairie midway between the two points, where he constructed a log house and started Reed's Store. Other settlers soon built homes nearby. In 1891, a post office was established and named after Reed's oldest daughter, Ada. Ada was incorporated as a city in 1901 and grew rapidly with the arrival of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway line. On April 19, 1909, an...

    The official website for the city of Ada is http://www.adaok.com/.

    There are currently 6 funeral home listings for the city of Ada, Oklahoma. Looking for Ada cemeteries?

All Funeral Homes in Ada
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Criswell Funeral Home
815 Arlington St Send flowers
Ada, OK 74821


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Memorial Park Cemetary
12481 State Highway 19 Send flowers
Ada, OK 74872


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Rosedale Cemetery Chapel
231 S Townsend St Send flowers
Ada, OK 74820


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Smith-Phillips Funeral Home
123 E 13th St Send flowers
Ada, OK 74820

Swan Hill Cemetery
12481 State Highway 19 Send flowers
Ada, OK 74872


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Wps Incorporated
3100 Arlington St Send flowers
Ada, OK 74821

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