ⓘ Paden, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Paden, Oklahoma

Paden is a town in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 461 at the 2010 census. It is named for Paden Tolbert, a U.S. Deputy Marshal who served the area in the early 1900s.

                                     
  • Paden may refer to: Paden Mississippi, a village in Tishomingo County, Mississippi Paden Oklahoma a town in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma Paden City, West
  • Paden Tolbert c. 1863 or 1870 April 24, 1904 was a 19th - century American law enforcement officer and railroad agent. He was one of the leading deputy
  • Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs, and St. Louis Browns. Baecht was born in Paden Oklahoma Baecht made his Major League debut on April 24, 1926. He was the third - youngest
  • the family relocated to Paden Oklahoma where he attended the public schools. He was graduated from the University of Oklahoma Law School at Norman in
  • encounters US - 377 SH - 99. US - 62 enters eastern Oklahoma s Green Country as it crosses into Okfuskee County west of Paden It begins to turn southeast, intersecting
  • operations in eastern Oklahoma at Coal Creek, Bokoshe, and McCurtain. Other towns served included Crowder, Hanna, Weleetka, Okemah, Boley, Paden Prague, and Meridian
  • county in 1914, when the Prairie Oil and Gas Company completed a well near Paden Other wells followed elsewhere in the county, creating a population boom
  • Accused of killing a police officer in an altercation at their home near Paden they were kidnapped from the Okemah county jail and hanged from a suspension
  • settlers in nineteenth century Oklahoma Territory, it was shot on location at the 101 Ranch in the state. David Dunbar as Joe Paden Louise McComb as Meg Jordan
  • Pryor, Mayes County Owasso Public Schools, Owasso, Tulsa County Paden Public Schools, Paden Okfuskee County Panama Public Schools, Panama, Le Flore County
  • Oklahoma Women s Hall of Fame was established in 1982 by Oklahoma Governor George Nigh to honor Oklahoma women who are pioneers in their field or in
  • other - were lynched in Oklahoma in four incidents between 1851 and 1946. The Nelsons lived on a farm six miles north of Paden Oklahoma a largely African - American