Chockie, Oklahoma

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Coordinates: 34°34′55″N 95°59′54″W / 34.5820384°N 95.9983261°W / 34.5820384; -95.9983261

Chockie, formerly Chickiechockie, is a reasonably large unincorporated community northeast of Stringtown, in Atoka County, Oklahoma. The Chockie post office closed in 1937. The community was named for Chickie and Chockie LeFlore, daughters of Charles LeFlore, a prominent Choctaw Indian.

Reba McEntire was raised in Chockie.[1] U.S. Route 69 passes through Chockie.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. "Atoka County." Retrieved January 2, 2013.[1]