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Cromwell, Oklahoma

Cromwell is a town in Seminole County, Oklahoma, United States. It is within the jurisdiction of the Muscogee Nation. The population was 28…
Cromwell is a town in Seminole County, Oklahoma, United States. It is within the jurisdiction of the Muscogee Nation. The population was 286 at the 2010 census, an 8 percent increase from the figure of 265 recorded in 2000. It was named for oilman Joe I. Cromwell, who platted the original town in 1923. The population soared to several thousand people in a few weeks, and lawlessness was rampant in the community. Retired legendary Old West lawman Bill Tilghman was hired as Town Marshal to restore order. Tilghman was shot to death the following year, the most notable event in Cromwell's history.

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