Thank you so much, Jan, for the information you have supplied. I am especially interested in the listing from Mahlon Erickson's "Pawnee County OK Cemetery Index" and the fact that the burial is "unmarked". Does that mean that his information was obtained from the cemetery's records? I had email conversation with Mahlon a number of years ago and had him watch for this particular burial. It was after that time that I found Barnet Morrison in the 1900 Census, so he could not have been buried in 1899. UNLESS Lydia gave the census taker Barnet's information as if he were still living.
It was especially helpful that you mentioned other families who were buried in the same row as Enoch F. Morrison, even though at this time they are not known to be related in any way.
Thank you also for checking the marriage records.I knew about the marriages of Barnet Morrison (son of the older Barnet Morrison's second marriage) to Ida Greathouse and to Mae Lattimer.I did not have the marriage record for Francis Pearl Morrison and William D. Ingraham.She is my grandfather's (Carl Morrison) sister, and the daughter of the older Barnet Morrison and Lydia Elizabeth Spencer Hopkins Morrison.
You have been extremely helpful. Now I know to hunt for these books to add to my library, at least to obtain copies of the important pages.