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Judy Lynne Flemons, age 67, of McKinney, Texas, went to be with the Lord on November 12, 2013, in McKinney.  Judy was born October 5, 1946, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to Herbert Cecil and Bettye Ruth (Holt) Thompson.  Her family moved to Lindsay, Oklahoma in 1960.  Judy graduated from Lindsay High School in 1964 and attended Oklahoma State University. Judy met James Ray Flemons at OSU and they married on June 3, 1967, at Calvary Baptist Church in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  She and Ray made their home in Salina, Kansas and later in Hays, Kansas, and Tyler, Texas. She completed an associate degree in business administration at OSU. Judy was an accomplished pianist and played in each of the churches, which she attended. She also taught children’s Bible Study and later assisted with Ray in leading Adult Bible Study.  Christian music was a large part of her life as she was involved in the choirs and choruses from High School. Her greatest desire in life was to take care of her family and equip them as Christian adults. At Oklahoma State Judy was active in the Baptist Student Union and served as an officer. While in Kansas she was involved in the P.E.O. Sisterhood and the Kansas Engineer Wives where she served as President. She was a member of Green Acres Baptist Church, Tyler and later of First Baptist Church, McKinney. Judy worked as an executive secretary to the President and Executive Vice President of Graves Truck Line in Salina Kansas. In Tyler she served as secretary to the Director of Student Affairs at Tyler Junior College and as administrative assistant in their engineering business, Bucher, Willis and Ratliff-Consulting Engineers, Planners & Architects. Also while in Tyler she was active in the Mrs. International Beauty Pageant for several years in Dallas and Tyler where she served as Judge Coordinator.

She is survived by her husband, James Ray Flemons of McKinney, Texas; daughter, Shanna Lynne Wimpee and husband, Jeret of Rockwall, Texas; sons, Kacy Ray Flemons and wife, Joanna of Highlands Ranch, Colorado and James Ryan Flemons and wife, Heidi of Garland, Texas; grandchildren, Meghan Wimpee, McKenzie Wimpee, Mason Wimpee, Haley Flemons, and Tyler Flemons; and brother, Larry Thompson of Edmond, Oklahoma.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

A graveside service will be held at 12:00 Noon, Saturday, November 16, 2013, at Lexington Cemetery in Lexington, Oklahoma.  The family will receive friends during a visitation from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Thursday, November 14, 2013, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Allen, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, gifts in her name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association,

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Dear Ray & Family: The Lord put Judy on my heart the other day....We rejoice with you that she is in heaven with no more earthly struggles. We grieve with you at the loss of your wife and mother and grandmother. Judy was a real blessing to our First Southern Baptist family when we knew you here in Hays. We pray God's comfort and peace for you in the days to come. Dean & Vickie Rohleder, November 22, 2013 We are very sad to learn of the loss of your precious Judy. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Paul and Sue Parker, November 19, 2013 Ray, We were deeply saddened to hear of Judy's passing. She was a very special lady and will be missed by everyone who knew her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. With all our sympathy and love. Steve & Nancy Carr, November 15, 2013 Judy, my childhood friend at Capitol Hill Baptist. . .then my dear High School friend at L.H.S. So many happy, funny memories! I know you are at home with Jesus now! May your family find comfort at this time! Sharon (Malone) Urioste, November 15, 2013 So many sweet memories of Judy. Thank you Ray for bringing her into our family. She was a delight and I always loved her laugh. Your dedication and love for her - which you share with your children and their families reflectes what wonderful parents you and Judy have been. She has been a gift to life. (Since I was a little girl I have always loved that she call me "Terri Lym"!) Memories are hugs. Terri "Lym" Maynor Morgan, November 15, 2013 Mr. Flemons, Ryan, & Heidi: Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. May you find strength in knowing that there are so many of us thinking about you each minute of the day. God bless Mrs. Flemons and your family! Sincerely, Todd Rule, Lenaine Westney, and the SC Region, November 15, 2013 Ray, Sorry for your loss. Trudy and I really enjoyed visiting with Judy at the ACEC meetings and trips. We had an especially good time together on the trip to Washington state, when our kids got to meet her as well. Judy was a beautiful person. We hope to see you again soon and share memories. Thomas Leo & Trudy Burke, November 14, 2013 Live today in His presence for He inhabits your deepest thought and ache. He holds you in your striving, longing for your sacred stillness, to notice all things made new. Our hearts and prayers are with you in the loss of your mom. Be safe in your journey and trust His guiding. David & Gaylene Hood, November 14, 2013 Ray, I know this has been a long struggle for you and the rest of the family, and I want you to know that your devotion to Judy through out her ordeal has truly been an inspiration to me. Judy was a such joy and I am glad that I was able to know her for a few brief years. May God bless you all in your grief and hold you close until you find joy once again. Don Durden, November 14, 2013 Ray, Brenda and I are so sorry for your loss. You and Judy have been a great blessing to us during our Tyler days at GABC. Those are precious memories for us and mourn with you the loss of this wonderful lady. Although our earthly journey has taken us in different directions, we know that someday we shall be together in that glorious graduation place. God bless you and your entire family as you navigate through these rough waters. May you find peace and comfort in the One who is our Lord and Savior...Jesus. In Christian Love, Kenny and Brenda Pope, November 14, 2013 What a beautiful lady. We share your loss and rejoice her freedom from her tired body. We pray that you feel God's presence lifting you thru these difficult days. We love you and your precious family. Linda and Rick Fraley, November 13, 2013 Dear Ray and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Judy's passing. We sent our love and prayers to you and your family. Just yesterday Chris, our son was talking about Judy and you from when we lived in Salina. Know you were in our thoughts yesterday, Nove 12. Mark and Carol Boyer, November 13, 2013 Ray, so sorry to hear about Judy. She was a special lady and was like my "mother" when I came to work for you as a kid. You and your family will be in mine and Rhonda's prayers. Steve McCallie, November 13, 2013 Dear Ray, Shanna, Kacy & Ryan, We are so sorry for your loss. We have so many wonderful memories of Ms. Judy & will always remember & feel blessed from having her as our friend. She was such a wonderful person & hostess & we never left her table hungry. Because of her I can make a mean pan of gravy now. Her instructions were just what I needed to do so. We send our love & prayers to each of you. Gary & Jo Owens, November 13, 2013 To the Flemons family, On behalf of all of us at ACEC Texas, we send our heartfelt condolences for your loss. May the sweet memories of her life sustain and comfort you during this time. Staff ACEC Texas, November 13, 2013 Praying for all of you! So many memories of Ryan and our son, Jeff, hanging out at your house! Jeff was so impressed with the heated or cooled plates with meals! Lots of love to a wonderful family! Karis Heimer, November 13, 2013 Ray .... I am so sorry to hear of Judy's passing. I will always remember her fondly from our working days in Salina. Prayers to you and your family. Patty Koehler, November 13, 2013


Stephen W. Lambert

Stephen W. Lambert

Lindsay, OK - Stephen W. Lambert, longtime resident of Lindsay, Oklahoma, passed away suddenly on April 15, 2021 at the age of 63.

Steve's journey began on March 10, 1958 when he was born to Billy G. Lambert, Sr, & Betty-Anne (Lovewell) in Gardner, MA. Steve attended Narragansett Regional High School in Baldwinville, MA & graduated in 1976. After graduation, Steve moved to Odessa, Texas where he met and fell in love with Debbie Ealson, they soon married. Steve & Debbie had a son Stephen Wesley Lambert, III. They settled down and raised their son in Lindsay.

In his younger years, Steve loved collection & working on cars, hunting & fishing. Later in life Steve enjoyed riding his Harley & hanging out by his pool. He savored the simple things in live such as sipping on his coffee or a cold beer & watching NASCAR. He remarried to Sheila Lovely in 2012. Steven spent most of his career working in the oil field & gas industry.

Steve was preceded in death by his parents Billy G. Lambert Sr & Betty-Anne Lambert and Steve's first wife Sheila Lambert.

He is survived by his son Stephen & his wife Ashley Lambert of Yukon OK; his first wife Debbie Jernigan of Washington State.; grandchildren Kole & Brooklyn Lambert; sister Rhonda Barsamian of Gardner, MA; brother Billy G. Lambert, Jr. & his wife Brigid of Gardner, MA, three nieces Tiffany, Alysee, Shannan and two nephews, Jordan & Devon.

Funeral services will be held at a later date.

Posted online on April 20, 2021

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O. L. McCarty, 81, Pioneer dies

O. L. McCarty, 81 pioneer farmer-rancher of Garvin County, dies at 11:00am Tuesday at Robberson-Shirley hospital in Wynnewood.  McCarty came to Indian Territory when he was one year old and had lived in this area since that time.  McCarty at various times had lived at  Elmore City, Pernell, Pauls Valley, and Wynnewood.   At the time of his death he resided at 203 East Gardner in Pauls Valley.  Mr. McCarty was a farmer/stockman for many years and retired in 1946.  He was a member of the Church of Christ in Pauls Valley.  Funeral services will be held at 3:00pm Thursday at the Church of Christ of Christ in Pauls Valley with Ray Russell, minister of the Wynnewood Church of Christ officiating.  Burial will be at Whitebead Cemetery under the direction of Vaughn Funeral Home.  Survivors include his wife, Betty, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. E. J. Current and Miss Juanita McCarty, both of Pauls Valley; two sons, Royal McCarty ad J. I. McCarty, both of Wynnewood; one brother, Jessie McCarty of Sinton, Texas; 17 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. Brenda Choate

Mrs. McCarty

Mrs. Betty McCarty, 93, a long time resident of Garvin County, died Saturday in the Pauls Valley General Hospital.  She was born June 14, 1879 in Arkansas and passed away September 9, 1972.  She came to Oklahoma at the age of seven and has made her home in Garvin County since that time.  Mrs. McCarty was a member of the Church of Christ in Pauls Valley.  Funeral services were held at 2:30pm Monday in the Church of Christ in Pauls Valley with Ray Russell officiating.  Burial was in the Whitebead Cemetery under the direction of Vaughn Funeral Home.  Survivors include two sons, Royal McCarty, Wynnewood and J.I. McCarty of Pauls Valley; two daughters, Ethel Current, Pauls Valley and Jaunita Lovelace of Moore; 16 grandchildren and 50 great grandchildren. Brenda Choate

C. R. Gann dies at 69 Marlow

Chauncey Ray Gann, 69, Marlow, retired rancher and school teacher, died in a Marlow hospital Friday following a long illness. Born September 25, 1900 at Foster, he was a lifelong resident. He moved to Marlow about six months ago. Gann and the former Irene Ferguson married at Sulphur in 1942. He received a bachelor's degree from Northwestern State College at Alva. he was a member of the First Christian Church at Lindsay. Survivors are the wife, of the home, two sons, Dr. Jimmy Gann, of  Thibodaux, LA, and Wayne Gann of Marlow, a daughter Mrs. Zora Johnson of Duncan. A sister, Mrs. Myrtis Wells of Wynnewood, a brother, Delbert Gann of
Duncan; and five grandchildren. Service will be in Callaway-Smith Funeral Chapel at 2 pm Monday with the
Reverend Curtis Ledbetter, pastor of Gospel Beams Church in Duncan officiating. Burial will be in Foster Cemetery. Bearers will be Don Douglas, Marcus Nash, Brigham Conner, J.R. Conner, Leo Stubblefield, and Mark Nash.

Submitted by Diane Gann

W. S. Tinney

W. S. Tinney of Elmore who died last Thursday (Oct 5, 1905) was brought here last Friday and shipped to Markley, Texas for burial.  He had been in feeble health for a long time.  He was 73 years of age.  His son I. J. Tinney and several other relatives and friends accompanied the remains here.

Funeral held for ex-cityan, Mary R. Payne

Funeral services for Mary R. Payne, 95 of Tecumseh, an early day resident of Pauls Valley, were held at 10 a.m.
Friday in the Capital Hill Funeral Home in Oklahoma City. Burial was in the Klondike Cemetery near Pauls Valley. Mrs. Payne died last Thursday in a Shawnee hospital. She was born in Sharp County, Arkansas and came to Pauls Valley in 1908. She moved to Oklahoma City 12 years ago. She had moved recently to Tecumseh. She was a member of the Church of Christ. She was a grandmother of Mrs. Delma Jones of Pauls Valley and aunt of Gilbert and Elbert Campbell of Pauls Valley and Mrs. Bill Bevers of the Brady community. Other survivors include five sons; W. L. of Chickasha, C. B. of Harrah, J. M. of Oklahoma City, J. C. and Ernest of Santa Ana, Calif.; five daughters, Mrs. A. S. Roberts of the home, Mrs. C. H. Fagin of Bellview, Texas, Mrs. Martin Jones of Olivehurst, Calif., Mrs. G. O. Salley of Santa Ana, Calif. and Mrs. Lonnie Roy of Oklahoma City; 148 grandchildren and 58 great grandchildren.  (NOTE: name of newspaper unknown. Mary Ann Rebecca (Goff) Payne born 22 Mar 1871 died 14 Feb 1967. Her husband was James R. Payne)
Submitted by Vera E. Reeves [email protected]

Tressie Bevers (Obituary from "The Wynnewood Gazette" Thursday, June 23, 1994)

Funeral services for Tressie Bevers were held June 17 at the Methodist Church in Wynnewood with the Rev. Dr. Jim Hewett officating. Mrs. Bevers died June 15 at Pauls Valley General Hospital. She was 91. Burial was
in Oaklawn Cemetery under the direction of DeArman Funeral Home. Mrs. Bevers, born in Missouri, moved to Oklahoma at an early age and lived in the Brady community. She was the last survivor of 14 children. She married W. R. (Bill) Bevers in 1920. Survivors include a son, Duane Bevers and his wife, Loretta of the Brady community; three grandchildren, Connie Hise of Richardson, Texas, Carolyn Bevers of Atoka and Ed Bevers of Lindsay and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers and sisters, her husband and son Claud. (Note: Tressie Campbell b. Apr 12, 1903 d.Jun 15, 1994 m. 19 Nov 1920 W. R. (Bill) Bevers b. Dec 20, 1901 d. Mar 28, 1978. Her parents were George Washington and Sarah Ann (Payne) Campbell all are buried in the Oaklawn Cemetery)
Submitted by Vera E. Reeves [email protected]

Mrs. Wren

Services for Florence A. Wren will be held Wednesday, September 13, 1972  in the Freewill Baptist Church of Stratford. Rev. Vard Wood assisted by Rev. B. R. Wood will officiate.  Mrs. Wren, 90, died Sunday in the Artesia Hospital of Artesia, New Mexico.  She was preceded in death by her husband W. M. Wren and two sons; Johnny and Charlie.

Elisha John Current

Elisha John Current, 77, of 216 E. Monroe in Pauls Valley died October 4, 1981 at his residence.  He was born November 2, 1903 in Texas and lived in Pauls Valley for the Past 46 years.  He met his wife Ethel in Pernell, Oklahoma and they were married September 28, 1922 in Sulphur. Funeral services will be Wednesday, October 7 at the Stufflebean Funeral Home at 2:00pm with Paul Lakey officiating.  Burial will be at Dripping Springs Cemetery near Pernell under the direction of Stufflebean Funeral Home.   Survivors include his wife Ethel Current of the home; one daughter, Mary Joyner of Pauls Valley; one son, Farris Current of Pauls Valley; one sister, Mrs. Lena White of Big Spring, Texas; two brothers, Herman and Paul Current, both of California; nine grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Brenda Choate

Mary Current

Funeral service for Mary Ethel Current, 92, Pauls Valley, will be conducted at 10:00am Tuesday, May 17 at the Stufflebean Chapel with John Curtis officiating.  Burial will be at Dripping Springs Cemetery in Pernell under the direction of Stufflebean Funeral Home.  Ethel was born December 8, 1901 in Pernell to O.L. and Betty McCarty.   She passed  away Friday, May 13, 1994 at the Colonial Nursing Home.  She had resided most of her life in Pauls Valley.   She and her husband Elisha John "Pat" Current were married September 28, 1922 in Sulphur, Oklahoma.  He preceded her in death October 4, 1981.  She was also preceded in death by her brothers John McCarty, O.J. McCarty, and Doyle McCarty, and sisters Goldie, Sylvia, and Jaunita.  Survivors include one son Farris  Current of Pauls Valley; one daughter, Mary Joyner of Pauls Valley; two brothers, J.I. McCarty of Pauls Valley and Royal McCarty of Whitebead; 9 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, and 10 great great grandchildren. Brenda Choate

Funeral for Mrs. Hurd held at Stratford

Funeral services will be held for Mrs. R. L. Hurd at Stratford, Thursday afternoon at the Methodist Church, with Rev. Ragland, Methodist minister, officiating.  Mrs. Hurd passed away at a local hospital.  Stufflebean Funeral Home will have charge of arrangements.  Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery at Ada.   Survivors include, her husband, R. L. Hurd, Stratford, one daughter, Mrs. W. G. Andrews, Stratford, two brothers, C. P. Ashford and C. E. Ashford, Odessa, Texas, four sisters, Mrs. O. B. Pollard, Lubbock, Texas, Mrs. W. B. Tumina and Mrs. Wendle Ogletree, both of Ft. Worth, Texas, and Mrs. Jack Thompson, Los Angeles California.  All are here for the services.

Nate Choate (Nathan Lloyd Choate)
March 14, 1911 - Sept 24, 1987, Funeral services for Nate Choate, 76, of Wynnewood, who died Thursday,
Sept 24, at Pauls Valley General Hospital, will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept 26, at Stufflebean Funeral
Chapel.  Rev. Ben Rodgers and Rev. Charles Newfield will officiate and burial will be at Oaklawn Cemetery
in Wynnewood, under the direction of Stufflebean Funeral Home.  Choate was raised in Ringling, Okla. and
had lived in Wynnewood for the past 31 years.  He was a retired farmer and rancher.   He married Valley
Baker on  Dec 27, 1932 in Pauls Valle. He was preceded in death by one brother, Earnest Choate, one
son, Kelly Deaune Choate, and one great grandson, Olin Kristopher Anthony.  He was a deacon in the
Wynnewood Church of God.  Surviving are his wife, Valley Choate, of the home in Wynnewood,
eight children, five daughters, Joanna Doss, of Alvarado, Texas, Retha Anthony, of Idalou, Texas,
Janora Foster, of Wynnewood, Cindy Popejoy, of Pauls Valley, and Sally Hamilton, of Wynnewood,
three sons, Leo Choate, of Midlothian, Texas, Ben Choate and Monte Choate, both of Pauls Valley,
four sisters, Alice Wigham, of Idalou, Florence Carmichael, of Petersburg, Texas, Nettie Switser, of
Brownwood, Texas, Irene Rumsey, of Ringling, Okla., one step-sister, Ellou Thurman, of Ringling,
Okla., two brothers, Homer Choate, of Newcastle, and Ollie Choate of Oklahoma City, one step-
brother, Bill Reynolds, his step-mother, Beulah Choate, of Ringling, 19 grandchildren, 17 great grand-
children, and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. He was also preceded in death by his parents
Tom & Maggie Lyles Choate.

C. W. Force
April 19, 1951, Pauls Valley. C. W.  Force, County Pioneer, Dies Monday
Funeral services for C. W. Force, 72, retired pioneer Garvin County merchant, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Stufflebean funeral chapel, with Brother Ray Russell officiating.  He was assisted b y Brother Ralph Godfrey of the Church of Christ, and interment was in Mt. Olivet cemetery under direction of Stufflebeans.  Mr. Force who was born in Nebraska January 31, 1879, died in the local hospital April 16th after a brief illness.  Before coming to Pauls Valley about 10 years ago, Mr. Force operated a grocery store in Maysville for many years, and after coming to Pauls Valley, continued in the grocery business until retirement some time ago.  Survivors include his wife, Lucinda  Force, of the home addresses, 402 S. Pecan, Pauls Valley; two daughters, Mrs. Lula Mathews, Wilburton and Mrs. Harve Hays, Wynnewood; Four sons, Clude of Wilburton, Cluad of Torrance, California, Rayford D. (Jack) of Pauls Valley and Charles Kenneth of Oklahoma City, and one step-son, Albert Sales, of Torrance, California; 18 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Brogdon, Konawa, and Mrs. Stella Sigman of Seiling, Okla., and two brothers, H.H. Force, Norman and C.B. Force of Portland, Oregon.

C. B. Richardson
April 19,  1951, Pauls Valley, C. B. Richardson, City Pioneer Died April 14
Death came to C. B. 'Lum' Richardson, Saturday morning, April 14th, in the Wynnewood Hospital.  Mr. Richardson, a retired pioneer business man of Pauls Valley, had been seriously ill of a heart ailment for several weeks, but was thought to be improving and had been returned to his home at 621 E. Bradley more than a week ago.  He and Mrs. Richardson celebrated, very quietly due to his illness, their Golden Wedding anniversary April 8th.  Friday night, Mr. Richardson became critically ill again, and was rushed to the Wynnewood hospital where he died at 12:30 a.m. Saturday.  Funeral services were held Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the First Baptist church, with Rev. Hale Dixon, pastor, officiating.  Interment was in Mt Olivet Cemetery under direction of Stufflebean funeral home.  Harold Freeman, a longtime friend of Mr. Richardson and his family, delivered a fitting eulogy.  Pall bearers were Joe Curtis, Harold Freeman, Clarence Hyre, Henry  Richter, Roy Perkins, and Tom Eastwood,  Mr. Richardson, 70, was born April 30, 1881 in Parker County, Texas, and came to Oklahoma in 1898, when he settled in McClain county, where he engaged in farming.  In 1921 Mr. Richardson and his family moved to Pauls Valley, where he engaged in the grocery business until 1932, when he retired due to ill health.  A member of the First Baptist church, Mr. Richardson was also a member of the Masonic lodge and the Knights of Pythias, but had not been active in either of the two latter organizations for several years.  S urvivors include his wife, Mrs. Ida Mae Richardson, of the home address, Pauls Valley; two sons, C. W. Richardson, Houston, Texas and C. B. Richardson, Jr., of Pauls Valley; six daughters, Mrs. Lela Harris of Houston, Texas; Mrs. Nancy Hanley, Pauls Valley; Mrs. Gladys Daniels, Shawnee,; Mrs. Ruby Gordon, Baytown, Texas; Mrs. Trixie Harms, Minden, La., and Mrs. Elwanda Newbern, Minneola, Texas.  Two sisters, Mrs. Mary Lucas, Ripley, and Mrs. Leona Seratt, Pauls Valley, and three brothers, Will Richardson, Pauls Valley, and Frank and Jim Richardson, both of Byars.  Twelve grandchildren, including Claud Harris, Jr., Kenneth Richardson, Joan Richardson, James Richardson Harms, Rebecca Lee Harms, and Columbus B. Harms, Billie Gail Gordon, Charles Richardson Gordon, Dianne Susan   Daniles, and Ricky Ray Newbern.

Billy Keel Dead
Billy Keel, a Chickasaw Indian, died at his home west of Stratford shortly after the noon hour Saturday, March 17, 1923.  Billy was unfortunate to fall into the fire and was burned considerably about six weeks ago, this along with poor health and old age is due to his death.  Billy's age has never been learned but it is in the neighborhood of 70 or more.  Billy leaves a wife, three sons and two daughters all living to mourn his death.  Billy was a particular Indian in some ways, but a good scout. He was smart, no man's fool.  He was liked by all who knew him.  The remains were laid to rest in the Keel burying ground Sunday afternoon conducted by Bro. W. U. Godwin. From: Stratford Leader, Stratford, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, March 22, 1923

Bro T. N. Watkins

Bro T. N. Watkins, age 88, died at his home in east Stratford, Friday Afternoon, March 16, 1923.  Bro Watkins had been in very poor health for some time.   Bro. Watkins was a kind man, a Christian and has been a Baptist minister for years.   He leaves a wife and several grown children (by a former marriage) and a host of friends to mourn his death.  The funeral services were held at the Baptist church at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, March 17 conducted by Bro. Wells and the remains were laid to rest in the McGee cemetery.  The Stratford Masons had charge of the funeral which order Bros. Watkins belonged.  The family has the sympathy of the entire community in the loss of their beloved one.  It is their los and heaven's gain.

From: Stratford Leader, Stratford, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, March 22, 1923

Lillie Epley
Funeral service for Lillie Epley, 86, Healdton, will be conducted Mon., Oct. 31, at 2 p.m. in the East Main
Church of Christ in Davis, Okla.  Thomas Thompson will officiate.  Interment will be in Oaklawn Cemetery
in Sulphur, Okla., under the direction of Fox Funeral Home of Davis.  Epley was born May 18, 1908.  She
died Oct 28 at a nursing home in Healdton.  In Nov 1924, she married Jack Epley in Pauls Valley.  She was
preceded in death by her husband and a son, Durwood Epley in 1987.  Surviving are her son, Billy Joe
Epley, Ratliff City; two sisters, Aleta Tivis, Duncan and Cornella Burns, Denton, Texas; brother, Richard
Page, Duncan; six grandchildren, Kathy, Vance, Tina, Dennis, Douglas
, and Durwin; 11 great grandchildren
and one great great grandchild.  Her grandsons will serve as pallbearers.

      Orvil Story, brother of Joyce Clinton and Lottie Yoakum of Pauls Valley, died after a short illness March 7, 1982.  Funeral services were held at    Paso                  Robles, California on March 9, 1982.

        J. J. Harrison

Josiah James Harrison, 101 of Lindsay, died March 16, 1982 in Lindsay.  He was   born October 14, 1880 in Bishopville, Maryland.  He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Elks Lodge, a farmer, rancher, miner and contractor.  He married Rose Cantrell in October of 1929.  She preceded him in death in 1973.  Funeral services will be Thursday, March 18 at 2 p.m. in the United Methodist Church in Lindsay with Rev. Doug Thatcher officiating.  Burial will be in Greenhill Cemetery under the direction of B. G. Bodyston Funeral Home.  Survivors include one daughter, Marguerite Thompson of Lindsay; sons, Josiah Harrison III of Lindsay, Charles William Harrison of Lindsay; five grandchildren, James Timothy Harrison, Charles William Harrison, Robert T. Harrison, David Bishop Harrison, and John Josiah Harrison; two sisters, Lulah Galloway Ford of Kennedyville Maryland, and Ida Isabell Grey of Wilmington, Delaware.

Lillian Hazel (Popejoy) Wright

Lillian Hazel (Popejoy) Wright, Lindsay, died February 13, 1997, at Washita Valley Nursing Center in Lindsay, at the age of 81. She was born to Alfred Lee and Nanny Bell (Nolen) Popejoy on October 10, 1915, at Satterwhite, OK. She married James P. (Pete) Wright on September 24, 1933, in Lindsay. She was a homemaker and affiliated with the Pentecostal Church. Lillian was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister. She loved being with family and always wanted everyone to be happy. She always gave hugs or kisses or sometimes she did both. Mrs. Wright is survived by her husband; five sons, Clarence Wright and Bernard Wright of Chickasha, OK, Winford Wright of Cement, OK, James Wright of Lindsay and Glenn Wright of Oklahoma City, OK; two daughters, Virginia Wright of Ninnekah, OK and Hazel Woods of Maysville, OK; 21 grandchildren;
39 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren; one brother, J.B. Popejoy of Roseville, CA; and two sisters, Bonnie Odom of Asher, OK and Deila Marcho of Santa Ana, CA. She was preceded in death by both parents; two sons; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday, February 16, at 3 p.m. at Boydston Funeral Home Chapel, Lindsay, with Rev. Gerald Stevens officiating. Pallbearers were Jim Wright, Dennis Wright, Mark Wright, Allan Fisher, Mike Wright, Troy Wright, Charles Simmons and Steve Wright. Burial was at Green Hill Cemetery; Lindsay, under the direction of B. G. Boydston Funeral Home, Lindsay, Oklahoma.

submitted by Carl and Robin  [email protected]
James (Pete) Wright

James (Pete) Wright, age 91, of Lindsay, OK, passed away on January 16, 2002 in Chickasha, OK. He was born on January 13, 1911, in Cabaniss, OK to Fed Wright and Charity Edna Elmore Wright. He lived in Lindsay for the past 48 years. He was a farmer and oilfield worker and was employed with Hilliard Trucking until he retired at age 73 years. James was a member of the Holiness Church. He enjoyed playing dominoes and solitaire.

He is survived by his children, Clarence and Wanda Wright of Chickasha; Winford Wright of Cement, OK, Virginia and Dale Wright of Ninnekah, OK, Bernard and Mary Etta Wright of Chickasha, James and Jean Wright of Lindsay, Glen and Jean Wright of Oklahoma City, Hazel and Joe Dale Woods of Maysville, OK, 23 grandchildren and 45 great-grandchildren and ten great-great grandchildren, two sisters, Maebell Gibson and Lilly Condit of Lindsay.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Lillian Popejoy Wright. They were married on Sept. 24, 1933. She passed away in 1997.

Funeral services were Friday, January 18, 2002, at 10 a.m. in the B. G. Boydston Funeral Chapel with Sister Alice Wendling officiating and Rev. Troy Wright, assisting. Burial was in Greenhill Cemetery in Lindsay.

Pallbearers were James Wright, Bernard Wright, Troy Wright, Winford Wright, Dale Wright and Jim Wright. Honorary pallbearers were Mark Wright, Donnie Wright, Dennis Wright, Richard Woods, Joshua Wright, and Mike Wright.

Arrangements were with B. G. Boydston Funeral Home in Lindsay.

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Lavern Anglin

Lavern Anglin was born in Wetumka on August 22, 1918 to Gomer and Bertha Bachus. She died in her home on December 5, 1999. Mrs. Anglin had been a resident of Lindsay for over fifty years. During this time, she had been a close friend to many and served the community in many different avenues. She was an active member of the Church of Christ and participated in several programs sponsored by the church.
Mrs. Anglin was preceded in death by her husband, Daniel B. Anglin; grand-daughter, Samantha Schreck; and grandson, Michael Wayne Anglin.
She is survived by two sons, Harold "Buck" and Mark Anglin; three daughters, Myrna Stiver, Louise Morton and Danna Waters along with their spouses; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Lavern was a beloved mother and grandmother and will be missed by all.
Arrangements were with B. G. Boydston Funeral Home in Lindsay, Oklahoma. Services were held on Wednesday, December 8, 1999 at 1 p.m. in the Church of Christ. Internment will follow in Green Hill Cemetery in Lindsay. The family request in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the American Cancer Society.

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J. R. McChesney

J. R. McChesney died suddenly Monday afternoon while sitting in his chair at home, 200 East Charles Avenue.  Heart trouble was the cause of his death.  He was 60 years old.  Funeral services were held from the First Christian church, Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. R.A. Brigham, assisted by Evangelist A. G. Smith.   The many beautiful floral offerings and the large funeral procession bespeak the love and respect that the people of this community had for this distinguished business man and citizen.  J. R. McChesney was born at South Bend, Indiana, September 29, 1867, where he grew to young manhood.  In 1900 he established a bit and spur factory in Gainesville, Texas, and in 1910 moved to Pauls Valley, where he established the same line of business, which grew to be the largest bit and spur manufacturing concern in the United States.  Prior to the World War, his business reached to many of the foreign countries, but since that time, owing to the automobile industry, his trade was on the decline, although still enjoying a splendid business.  He was proficient in his work and was actively engaged in this line of business for more than 28 years.  During the war, McChesney had a number of contracts with the government and ran his factory to capacity for twenty-four hours a day.  Since that time he has made a number of large sales to the quartermaster department of the army.  For twenty years, McChesney has been a leader in civic and road work in Garvin County.  Mr. McChesney was a member of the Knights of Pythias lodge and members of the order were the pall bearers at the funeral.  He was a patriot and during the war sacrificed both time and money in support of the cause.  He bought liberty bonds to the limit and made speeches all over this section of the country, endeavoring to keep the home fires burning while our boys were "over there".  He took an active part in everything that had for its object the up building of the town and community and was always especially interested in the good road movement.  He was an honest, straight forward citizen and community builder.  Mr. McChesney always enjoyed good health and his sudden death was a shock tot he community.  His last words were addressed to his wife and they consisted of only three words, "I am gone."  Members of the immediate family who are left to mourn their loss include his wife and nine children as follows: J. D. McChesney, Pauls Valley, Henry McChesney, Seminole, Amos McChesney, Graham, Thomas McChesney, Seminole, Robert McChesney, Pauls Valley, Frank McChesney, Pauls Valley, Mrs. Geo Blackman, Fort Worth, Texas, Mrs. Clem McGee, Pauls Valley, Mrs. J. M. Weese, Graham, and also two sisters, Mrs. H. S. Hunt and Mrs. C.A. Roberts, both of Pauls Valley.  All were present except Mrs. Blackman of Fort Worth, Texas.

from: Pauls Valley Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, January 12, 1928

Mrs. Mary Jane Roberts

Mrs. Mary Jane Roberts passed away Thursday night at 8:30 o'clock, January 26, 1928, at Liberty, after a short illness.  She was buried in Rosedale cemetery.  Rev. Bud Pirtle conducting the ceremony, assisted by Rev. White.  Mrs. Mary Jane Roberts was born in Marion County,  Alabama, December 18, 1858.  She was married to James M. Roberts in 1874.  Afterward they moved to the state of Texas.  Thirteen children were born to this union, eleven of this number being present at her bedside when the end came, two having preceded her in death.  Mrs. Roberts has lived near Pauls Valley for the past thirty years and will be missed by all who knew her.  Death came as a surprise after a short illness from influenza from which she could not rally.  She was a devoted mother and a Christian indeed, having been a member of the Methodist church of Eldorado, Texas, for 45 years.   Through all her suffering, she never complained and was kind to all she knew.  Loving hands stood around her bedside and all that could be done was done.  She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband and eleven children, as follows:  A. R. Roberts, Borger, Texas, C. W. Roberts, Pauls Valley, G. W. Roberts, Seminole, Mrs. R. T. Richards, Byars, Mrs. Bob  Priest, Pauls Valley, Mrs. J.C. Shepard, Pauls Valley, Mrs. Roy Crawford, Pauls Valley, Mrs. E. B. Covington, Pauls Valley.  Also sixty-nine grand-children and twenty one great grandchildren, all of whom were present when the end came.  We feel that our loss is heaven's gain.  "When we wake from peaceful slumber, with the rose tint of the dawn, and when twilight shades are gathering, zephyrs whisper, she is gone.  Gone to that celestial city, Gone to press the streets of gold, Gone where jasper walls are gleaming, Gone, it's glories to behold".

from: Pauls Valley Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, February 5, 1928

Mrs. Mary C. Brim

Mrs. Mary C. Brim, age 55 years and 12 day, wife of N. L. Brim, died at the family home at 207 South Gertie Avenue, on Sunday, January 15th.  Interment was had at the Whitebead cemetery following services at the home at 2:30 p.m.,  Monday.  Rev. Walter Douglass conducted the services.  The family have been residents of this section for a number of years, living in the Whitebead and other nearby communities before moving to Pauls Valley.  Besides the husband the deceased is survived by two sons and two daughters who are: Lee Brim, Mrs. M.A. Campbell, Mrs. S.A. Montgomery, and Burl Brim, all of this city. Card of Thanks  We wish to thank our friends and neighbors who assisted us during the recent illness of our wife and mother, and for your kind words and sympathy following her death.  Especially do we appreciate the many floral offerings and kind deeds.  It is a solace to have friends who are so faithful and untiring in their devotion.  We shall ever remember the many kindnesses.    Sincerely, N. L. Brim and Family

from: Pauls Valley Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, January 19, 1928

Dr. James R. Callaway

Solemn and impressive funeral rites for Dr. James R. Callaway who died Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock, were held Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the First Methodist church, conducted by Rev. R.A. Brigham, pastor of the First Christian church, assisted by Rev. Walter Douglass, pastor of the Methodist church.  Burial was made in Mount Olivet cemetery.  Doctor Callaway was taken ill with pneumonia late Tuesday afternoon, following a strenuous day's work, and went home from an official visit, which proved to his last call on a mission of mercy.  He was one of the best informed men in Oklahoma, having at his finger's ends, statistics and other valuable information, not only in the medical profession, but in all lines of thought.  He had recently read the complete works of Redpath's history of the world, and was re-reading Dicken's works.   Doctor Callaway was born in Denton County, Texas, August 22, 1854.  His parents moved to Idaho a few years later, but in 1870 returned to Texas, where he grew into manhood.  He married Miss Francis Elizabeth Clemens at Decatur, Texas, January 20, 1867.  The couple celebrated their golden wedding two years ago.  Doctor and   Mrs. Callaway came to Oklahoma in 1889, and settled on a ranch at Elmore City, where they lived for several years.  They moved to Pauls Valley about 25 years ago, and lived in the same place for all these years.  Besides his faithful companion, he leaves five children, one son, Dr. John R. Callaway, Pauls Valley: and four daughters, Mrs. W.W. Howerton, Pauls Valley, Mrs. F. L. Armstrong,  Spokane, Wash., Mrs. Earl Witten, Pauls Valley, Mrs. Paul Ford, Billings, Okla..  Also one brother and three sisters, all living in Idaho.  Besides  grandchildren and other near relatives, and a host of warm personal friends.  Doctor Callaway obeyed the gospel during his boyhood days, and entered the ministry when he was 19 years old, and in this line of work, showed marked ability, fidelity, consecration and religious zeal.  In this line of work there soon began to unfold the sympathy and tenderness and sweetness of temper that characterized his entire life.  He was exceedingly quiet and unassuming.  He sounded no trumpet, made no noise and called no attention to his doings.  He did his work without bustle or noise, yet his sympathies for others was so broad that he often went out of his way to render a service, speak a word of cheer or do some wayside ministry that would make the load a little lighter for some traveler to the grave.  The unselfishness, the generosity, the quiet, unconscious power, the purity of thought and speech and life of Doctor Callaway attracted people to him and won for him without design or effort on his part, a high place in the hearts of his friends.  Doctor Callaway was an elder in the local Christian church.  He was a silent worshiper in the house of God, sitting with a prayerful and earnest face, doing his work peacefully, with absolute fidelity, carrying it on in his heart.  The Sunday before his death he attended divine services with Mrs. Callaway, and tarried in the isles to shake hands with his scores of friends.  The deceased was universal in spirit, and tolerant in the beliefs of others.  He was vigorous and active up to the time he was suddenly stricken, and hence, 'died in the harness'.  Not only will he be missed by his lonely companion and children, but by scores of families who, for more than a quarter of a century have called him into their homes to administer to the relief of pain and leave words of cheer and comfort that proved to be medicine for both soul and body.  The large concourse of friends at the funeral service, the tender and impressive message by the pastor, the beautiful and appropriate music furnished by a choir of male voices, and the many beautiful floral offerings, bespeak the tender love and respect that this community held for this "grand old man", who "fought a good fight, finished his course and kept the faith".  "One army of the living God, at his command we bow, part of the host has crossed the floods, and part is crossing now".

Tribute to Doctor Callaway

A beautiful tribute was paid to Dr. James R. Callaway by the Kiwanis Club at the Wednesday luncheon. Rev. L. D. Mitchell, chairman of the program committee for the day, called attention to the vacant chair, and the loving memory of the good Kiwanian who would be with us no more, and requested that the club with bowed heads sing softly one stanza of "Nearer My God To Thee".  The song was rendered with much feeling by the membership of the club, and the effect was beautiful and impressive.  Dr. Ralph Puckett of the Bureau of Health made an interesting talk on Health in the Public school.   Rev. R. L. Flowers, evangelist, who is holding a meeting at the Methodist church made a splendid talk which was received well.  A joint meeting of the Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs is being planned for the month of  May at which time, John Brown, speaker of national reputation will be here, and make several addressed during the course of the day.

from: Pauls Valley Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, March 22, 1928

W. H. McCarty

W.H. McCarty died at his home in this city Saturday morning at 12:15 o'clock, March 17, 1928, after a prolonged illness of more than three weeks, and during all these days of suffering the physicians entertained but little hopes for his recovery, hence his passing was not unexpected to the immediate family and the scores of warm personal friends.   Funeral services were held at the Mount Olivet cemetery Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. L. D. Mitchell, pastor of the Baptist church, and the body of the deceased was laid to rest by tender hands who came to pay their last sad rites.   Mr. McCarty was born in Lavaca County, Texas, July 25, 1862, and was a little over 65 years old at the time of his death.  He married Miss Ada Briscoe in Texas in 1894 and to this union, seven children were born, two having passed on before.  Besides his wife, his is survived by three sons and two daughters as follows: Grayson M. McCarty, Pasadena, Cal., Conway McCarty, Pauls Valley, Mrs. Eula Mantooth, Parsons, Kansas, Miss Sue McCarty, Pauls Valley.  Mr. McCarty was a member of the Baptist church, and endeavored to live a faithful, consecrated Christian life.  He was unselfish, generous and believed implicitly in the 'golden rule' of life.  He was a friend to man, liberal minded, sympathetic and withal a good citizen.  He was also a member of the Woodmen of the World, and tried to live in public what this order teaches in secret.   Mr. and Mrs. McCarty came to Pauls Valley in August 1905, and here reared their family.  f or more than 20 years he served as street commissioner of this city.   the couple visited the Pacific coast last summer, but found no country that appealed to them, so they were happy to return to Pauls Valley to make it their home the rest of their lives.  Mr. McCarty was a substantial citizen, hones in purpose and faithful to every trust committed to his care and keeping.  He identified himself, as much as is possible, with every worthy cause and tried to assume his part of the duty and responsibility in all those things that had for their object the up building of the town and community in which he lived.  The impressive words spoken by his pastor were a comfort to the family and a consolation to the scores of friends who stood around the grave, and the beautiful floral offerings were tokens of love and respect which gave expression at a time when words would fail.  The pallbearers were: J. A. Lollar, Jesse Alexander, Forrest Thomas, C. E. Johnson, J. E. Johnson, and Bill Stone.  In the passing of W. H. McCarty, another old landmark has been removed from Pauls Valley; another pioneer citizen "gone to that undiscovered country from whose borne no traveler has ever returned".

from: Pauls Valley Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, March 22, 1928

Bettie Jo Beddo

Bettie Jo, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Beddo, died at an early hour Monday, January 9th, following a short illness.  funeral services were held at the Antioch cemetery where interment was had.  Mr. Beddo is County Weigher of Garvin County and has hosts of friends over the county who join in extending condolence to he and Mrs. Beddo.

from: Pauls Valley Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, January 12, 1928

Infant Cole

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Cole died at the family home in this city at an early hour Monday, January 9th.  Funeral services were held at Mt. Olivet cemetery by Elder George.  Mr. Cole is an employee of the American Express Co. of this city.

Mitchell-Holland Card of Thanks

We wish to take this method of thanking our friends for their words and deeds of kindness rendered us during the prolonged illness and death of our darling mother.   Especially do we thank Dr. Johnson for his honest and untiring efforts to save the life of the one we love so well.  We also thank those who presented the lovely bouquets to cheer her in her few remaining hours.  We thank you for the beautiful floral offerings which, in its meek way, helped us to bear our burden in one of the darkest hours of our life.  May the lives of the dear little children of the Whitebead school, who sent the pretty box of flowers be spared to do many more deeds of kindness for their broken-hearted schoolmates.  Mr. and Mrs. M. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holland, Robert Mitchell, Lois Mitchell, Roland Mitchell.

from: Pauls Valley Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, June 7, 1928

Services for Tipton Green, 86, Pauls Valley, will be Saturday at 4 p.m. in Stufflebean Funeral Home, Pauls Valley, with REv. Howard Moore, Paoli, officiating.  Green was born Jan 18, 1889 in Texas and died at his home southwest of Pauls Valley, June 5, 1975.   He was a farmer and rancher and had lived in Garvin County since 1910.  He was a member of Love Baptist Church.  Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Dewey Green, Pauls Valley; three daughters, Mrs. Cleta Cochran, Pauls Valley, Mrs. Ireta Ward, Pauls Valley, and Mrs. Jimmie Sue Crull, Enid; three sisters, Mrs. Gladys Mosley, Ardmore, Mrs. Ethel Kaiser, Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Billie McGee, Oklahoma City; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.  Interment will be in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Pauls Valley, under direction of Stufflebean Funeral Home.

submitted by Janet Green

from: Pauls Valley Daily Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma,   June 6, 1975

Graveside services for burial of the remains of Reuben Littleton Philips, 71, formerly of Pauls Valley, are set Sunday at 2 p.m., in Mt. Olivet cemetery with Chaplain Van Drevendyk officiating.  Philips died in Houston, September 13, 1973.  He was born in Norman, son of May Siddons Philips and Reuben Littleton Philips.  He attended school in Pauls Valley and graduated from the University of Oklahoma.  His body was donated to Baylor College of Medicine for medical research.

from: Pauls Valley Daily Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma,   June 6, 1975

Mrs. F. M. Tolbert

Mrs. F. M. Tolbert, aged 71 years and 29 days passed away at her home in Pauls Valley at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, April 14, following an illness of about a year's duration.   Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, April 15, at 2:30 o'clock at the Stufflebean Funeral chapel, in charge of Rev. N. H. Kuykendall, pastor of the Church of Christ.  Interment was made in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.  Miss Amelia Schwarberg was born in Wayne, Ill., on March 15, 1863.  At the age of 13 years she was united with the Presbyterian church and in 1892, transferred her membership to the Church of Christ, of which religious body she was a member for 41 years.  On August 24, 1879, she was united in marriage to Francis M. Tolbert in Wayne County, Ill., and to this union was born eight children, seven of whom, with the father survive.  Children surviving included: I.R. Tolbert and Clifford Tolbert, Pauls Valley, Roy  Tolbert, Davis, Frank Tolbert, Wynnewood, Mrs. B. L. Beacham and Mrs. Ralph Royse, Elmore City, and Mrs. E. C. Frederick, Jones, Okla..  In addition to the husband and children, Mrs. Tolbert is survived by three sisters, thirteen grandchildren, one great grandson and a host of other distant relatives and friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert moved to the state of Kansas in 1889, and later in the same year moved to Oklahoma.  for the past twelve years they made their home in Pauls Valley.  Mrs. Tolbert was a real companion, a real mother and a real Christian and the influence of her life will be felt for many years to come.

from: Pauls Valley Daily Democrat, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma,  Thursday,  April 19, 1934

Alfred Vaught age 73 years, passed away at the home of his son, B. A. Vaught on South Willow, Friday November 19 after an illness of nearly two years. Mr. Vaught was a native of Texas coming to Oklahoma from Red River county about twenty years ago. Mrs. Vaught died about two years ago. There are four sons and two daughters residing in Oklahoma and all present at the funeral. Service (sic) were conducted by Rev. Walter Douglas of the Methodist church Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence (sic). Interment took place in Mount Olivet cemetery."

"The Pauls Valley Enterprise", Nov. 25, 1926, p. 1, col. 3:


Funeral services were conducted Saturday by Rev. Walter Douglass of the Methodist church for A. Vaut, who died Friday after a long illness.
Mr. Vaut had suffered for two years from high blood pressure with occasional attacks of paralysis and had never been able to be out of bed since that time. Mr. Vaut left a large family, most of whom still reside in Pauls Valley. C. E. Vaut, janitor at the court house, Mart Vaut, B. A. Vaut, Alph Vaut, Mrs. Rollie Hart of Paoli and Mrs. Ross Wilson who resides near Pauls Valley. The court house was closed for the funeral and practically all the court house employees attended the funeral, a large crowd composed of the many friends who knew and respected the deceased and his family were present."

"The Pauls Valley Democrat", Nov. 25, 1926:

Mrs. Carrie Vaut, wife of A. Vaut, died in this city May 20th after a lingering illness at the age of 66 years, 6 months and 4 days. Deceased was a
native of Kentucky, but came with her parents when but 2 years old to Tarrant County Texas where she lived until moving to the Indian Territory with her husband in 1902. She is survived by her husband, A. Vaut, four sons and two daughters as follows: C. E.; B. A.; W. M.; and Alf all of Pauls Valley. Mrs. Rollie Hart of near Paoli and Mrs. R. M. Wilson living a few miles north of Pauls Valley. Funeral services were held at the residence of a son, Bert A Vaut on South Walnut Street Wednesday, services were conducted by Rev. B. M. Nelson. Internment took place in Olivet Cemetery."

"The Pauls Valley Enterprise", May 22, 1924, p. 4

Mrs. Carrie Vaut, age 66, died at the home of her son here, Bert A. Vaut, Tuesday after a long illness. Funeral services were held from the residence
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Dr. B. M. Nelson, Interment was made immediately following at the Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Vaut was an old resident of Pauls Valley and had countless friends here who admired her many qualities of sterling character. She was a faithful member of the Methodist church here. She is survived by a husband, four sons, two daughters, and several grand children. The sons are Bert Vaut, Alf Vaut, Mart Vaut and Clarence Vaut. The daughters are Mrs. Ross Wilson, and Mrs. Rawleigh Hart. The Democrat joins with the many friends of the bereaved in extending condolence in the dark hour.

The Pauls Valley Democrat", Thursday, May 22, 1924, p. 1

A. B. Pratt Obituary       Myrtle Roberts Pratt Obituary             Robert Pratt Obituary
Submitted by Greg Vaut

William C. Gilley

GILLEY, W. (William) C. aged 42, years died early yesterday morning of Complication of diseases, after an illness of little over three weeks,
and the remains were interred in the city cemetery under the auspices of the Odd Fellows lodge of this city, of which the deceased was a member. The
deceased leaves a wife and seven children. Mr. Gilley was a fine man, honest and upright, but he was in needy circumstances when taken ill, but the Odd Fellows administered to his ever need and did everything that could be done for he and his family Grandfather also belonged to the Woodmen Of the World and has a Woodmen of The World headstone. Source: Certificate Benefits Department his insurance was paid by Woodmen Of The World/Omaha Woodman Life Insurance Society on November 18, 1914.  Certificate # 72299.

Pauls Valley Democrat, Garvin County, OK. Oct 22, 1914

submitted by:  [email protected]     I am looking for his parents Gillie/Gilley; who may have been married to a Cindy Burleson

Mary Cunningham Obituary

submitted by Carmen Christmas

Janie Gibbs    Read WPA Indian Pioneer Paper Interview with Janie Gibbs

Mary Rogers

Ida Bell Stofle

Fred Stalcup

W.R. Stalcup

Stufflebean Funeral Home Record for J.W. Stalcup

Stufflebean Funeral Home Record for Mrs. Emma Stalcup

Submitted by Gail R. Blancett, e-mail address: [email protected]

S.N. Blankenship

Milas Blankenship

Guy B. Blankenship

John Franklin Blankenship

Bailey B. Blankenship

Burnice Blankenship Driskill

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Burial Follows Services At Whitebead Cemetery

Funeral services were held at the Whitebead cemetery Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Marie Burkett, 18, who died early Sunday morning at the home of her father-in-law, H. G. Burkett, four miles west of the city. Death occurred about 1:30 a. m.

Curtis Camp, minister of the Church of Christ here, officiated. Burial was in the Whitebead cemetery under direction of the Stufflebeans.

Mrs. Burkett was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loftis, who live on East Monroe street here. Her husband also survives.



Mrs. Polly Ann Harmon, one of Garvin county's first white settlers, died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Knox Garrison, at 10 p. m. Wednesday. She was in her 96th year.

Mrs. Harmon was one of the county's few residents who remembered the Civil war. A native of Green county, Indiana, she was born on March 5, 1842, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Young Guthery. Her mother died when she was 10 years old.

In her early life she lived in Missouri and Indiana and in 1864 she moved to Texas, and the following year was married to John Harmon at Paris, Texas. He died in 1893.

Mr. and Mrs. Harmon came to Indian Territory and settled near what now is Pauls Valley in 1874, and she had lived in this vicinity since. She professed faith in Christ at Whitebead in 1883 and had lived a devout life since that time.

Funeral Services for the county pioneer will be held at the Whitebead cemetery at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon with Rev. Fred J. Cox, pastor of the Trinity Baptist church here, officiating. Burial will be under the direction of the Stufflebean Funeral home.

The survivors include two grandchildren, Mrs. Garrison and Birdie Brauskin of Oklahoma City, nine great grandchildren and four great, great grandchildren.



Mrs. Polly Harmon Buried Friday At Whitebead

Funeral services for Mrs. Polly Harmon, a pioneer of Garvin county who died Wednesday night, were conducted Friday afternoon at the Whitebead cemetery, with Rev. Fred J. Cox, pastor of the Trinity Baptist church officiating.

Burial was in the cemetery at Whitebead, where Mrs. Harmon lived for many years, under the direction of the Stufflebean Funeral home.

Mrs. Harmon, who died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Knox Garrison, was 95 years old. She came here with her husband in 1874. Mr. Harmon died 44 years ago.

Submitted by Janie Lantz, who says

I have left the spelling in these obits as they are in the newspaper articles. The articles are not dated, and the name of the newspaper has been cut off. I believe they were from one of the papers in Pauls Valley.

Mammie (Mrs. Knox) Garrison and Bridie Brauskin are the daughters of Samuel B. Burkett. There mother was the daughter of Mrs. Polly Ann Harmon

Death of Mrs. Wise

Lindsey News, Lindsey, Oklahoma January 22, 1911

Mrs. J. E. Wise died at her home in this city at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 18, 1911 aged 66 years and 5 days. Pneumonia was the cause of her death. The funeral took place Jan. 19, a brief service being conducted at the family residence by Elder Arteberry. Burial is Green Hill Cemetery. Lucinda J. Underwood was born at Lebanon, Illinois, Jan. 13, 1845, and was united in marriage with J.E. Wise at Looney Springs, Illinois Nov. 18,1866. They moved to Texas some years later coming to Lindsay eight years ago. To this union seven children were born, four of whom survive; two live in Texas and two, Henry Wise and Mrs. A.W. Winford are residents of this city. The deceased was a member of the Christian Church with which body she became identified forty years ago. She was a good woman and her taking away will be mourned by many friends. To the aged husband and other relatives, the News extends sincerest sympathy.

Submitted by Sara Rollins

From the Pauls Valley paper, Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, May 27, 1926, front page.


"Joshua Miller"

Joshua Miller, age 90 years, 11 months and 26 days died at the home of his son, J. H. Miller near Wynnewood, Sunday. Funeral services were held at the grave in the Lewis Cemetery, Monday afternoon. The Stufflebean and Myer undertakers of the city had charge of the funeral."


From the Wynnewood Gazette, Wynnewood, Garvin County, Oklahoma, Thursday, June 30, 1949, front page.


"John Henry Miller Services Today"

Funeral services were conducted at the Church of Christ today at 2:00 p.m. for John Henry Miller, 87, who passed away Tuesday, June 28, at his home here. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Betty Miller; four sons, Odie of Houston,, Texas, Owen of Tulsa, Elmer of Quitaque, Texas, Dee of Owasso, Oklahoma; three daughters, Tressie Bell of Lindsay, Edith Norvell of Wynnewood and Eunice Lewis of Quitaque, Texas. He is also survived by 27 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren and a host of friends."


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Clema Blundell Wood, 98, passed away Tuesday, October 5, 2021 in Marlow. Services will be held at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at the Glory Bound Church, with Rev. David Woods and Rev. Jerry Couch officiating. Burial will be in the Marlow Cemetery under the direction of Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home in Marlow, Oklahoma. Clema's family will be accepting visitors on Monday, October 11, 2021, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the funeral home. Clema Blundell Wood was born Sunday, September 30, 1923 in Foster, OK, to Alford Van and Emma (Kay) Blundell. The last surviving child of AV and Emma, Clema passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 5th at the age of 98 years and 5 days. Clema was the proud mom of Roy Lee and James Black and never missed a football or basketball game; even after working all day at Reynolds Grocery Store. Clema and JC Sullivan owned Sullivan's Grocery Store where they hired many of her nephews to work. Later after selling the grocery store, Clema managed Hop N Sack, worked for Larry Martin at Martin's Grocery Store, and retired at the age of 88 from Marlow Food Grocery Store. Clema enjoyed spending time with her family, dancing at the senior citizens, working, and shopping. Clema was always busy and looked forward to going (anywhere). Her later years you could find her enjoying time with friends while dancing at the senior citizens center 2-3 nights a week. Even when she couldn't dance, she enjoyed her time at the center visiting. Clema will be deeply missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Survivors include son, Roy Lee Black and wife Ina of Marlow; daughter-in-law, Sissy Black of Marlow; 6 grandchildren, LeAnn Black, Julie Sanders, Lee Black, Staci Hinshaw, Penny Traber, and Tricia Barnes; 10 great-grandchildren, DeAnna Hamn, Mike Hamn, Scott Hamn, Tyler Richey, Derek Black, M'Kenzie Cummings, Macy Traber, Davis Black, Parker Sanders, and Kyle Traber; 14 great-great-grandchildren, Derian, Naomi, Alyssa, Rylee, Dane, Tristen, Lucas, Wade, Griffin, Kaleb, Ellie, Karsyn, Baker, Baylor, and Leon; niece, Patsy McAdoo and nephews, Kenny Wood, Steve Blundell, Jimmy Blundell, and Ricky Blundell. In addition to her 2 husbands, Donnie Wood and JC Sullivan, Clema was preceded in death by her son, James Black, her parents, grandson, Greg Black, and 8 siblings, Van Blundell Jr., Miles Blundell, Corky Blundell, Blanche Couch, Wanda Robinett, Dessie Unsell, Vivian Woods, and Wynona Woods, and her special friend, Pete Smart. Online condolences may be made to

Helen Mildred Seibold-Pryor

Helen Mildred Seibold-Pryor, 93, passed away Tuesday, October 5, 2021 in Marlow. A wake is scheduled for Friday, October 8, 2021, at 6:00 PM at Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Chapel in Marlow. Funeral mass will be held on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 10:00 AM, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Sterling. Burial will be in the Sterling Cemetery under the direction of Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services in Marlow. Visitation will be Friday from 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM, at the funeral home. Helen was born Thursday, August 30, 1928 in Central High, to Walter Willard “Bill” and Ruth Helen (Fields) Peterson. She attended Denton Elementary School until she was recruited by Sterling to play basketball. She graduated from Sterling High School in 1947, with the honor of being the Valedictorian of her class. Helen owned and operated the family dairy farm and also worked as a bookkeeper. On June 11, 1951, she married John Louis Seibold at the Sterling Catholic Church. They were married for more than 19 years before he preceded her in death on April 24, 1971. Following John's passing, Helen married Robert David "R.D." Pryor on October 14, 1972 at the Sterling Catholic Church. He preceded her in death July 10, 2017. Helen was a very active and longtime member of many organizations. She was a member of the Sterling Alter Society, an Associated Milk Producers Incorporated and Ladies Auxiliary, Willing Workers Home Demonstration Club, and a 4-H Delegate. Helen enjoyed crocheting, sewing and teaching sewing, playing the accordion, crossword puzzles, fishing, and family time with her kids and grandkids. Helen's family will miss her deeply and continue to carry her memory in their hearts. Survivors include, 2 sons, Stephen Seibold and wife Ginger of Sterling, and Stanley Seibold and wife Charlotte of Chattanooga, 4 daughters, Debbie Lynn Benton of Marlow, Mary Wright and husband Kenton of Weatherford, Cheryl Lewis of Dalhart, TX, and Denise Tullous and husband Randy of Marlow, 14 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and.

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R.C. Latimer

R.C. Latimer was born July 11, 1931, to J. Kirk and Edna Pearl Latimer on the family farm south of Foss, Okla. He passed away August 30, 2021, at home in Pharr, Texas, with his wife by his side. R.C. attended elementary and high school in Foss, Okla., graduating in...



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Bryce Todd Jeffries

Bryce Todd Jeffries, age 73, was welcomed into the peace and presence of our Lord and Savior on September 28, 2021. Bryce was born in Wichita, KS, on May 20, 1948, to the late Charles and Velma (Olmstead) Jeffries, and was the third of four children. His sister Chiri predeceased him and he is survived by his brothers Charles and Alan.

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Martha De Zamacona

A Celebration of Life Memorial for Martha De Zamacona, 70, of Purcell will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021 at the Wilson-Little Funeral Home Chapel. Services will be under the direction of the Wilson-Little Funeral Home in Purcell. Ms. De Zamacona died Oct. 10, 2021 at Norman...

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Leonard Samuel Slate

Leonard Samuel Slate died October 8, 2021 in Noble at the age of 91 years 11 months 13 days. Funeral Services were held Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at the Wadley’s Funeral Chapel. Interment followed at Banner Cemetery in Slaughterville, entrusted to the care of Wadley’s Funeral Service. Online condolences may be made and service was live streamed at

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Frank Kent Magner

A Mass of Christian Burial for Frank Kent Magner, 68, of Lexington was held Oct. 8, 2021 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Purcell. Online condolences may be made at Mr. Magner died Oct. 2, 2021 in Oklahoma City. He was born Dec. 3, 1952 in Dallas,...


Larry Sevier dies at age 76

Larry Sevier, owner and operator of Sevier Funeral Home, passed away at the age of 76 on Monday. According to his obituary, Sevier lived his whole life in Chickasha. He began working in the family funeral business as a child. Later, he earned his funeral director and embalmer licenses. He and his wife, Linda, purchased Sevier Funeral Home in 1976. He passed his knowledge down to the younger generations in his family.

J.E. "Jeep" Jenkins

J.E. "Jeep" Jenkins, 95, passed away Sunday, October 3, 2021 in Lawton. Services will be held at 10:00 AM, Thursday, October 7, 2021, at the Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home, with Rev. Steve Boydston and Jerome McCalvin officiating. Burial will be in the Marlow Cemetery under the direction of Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services in Marlow.

Erma Belle Roberson

Erma Belle Roberson, 90, died Sept. 30, 2021. Erma was born to William Mac and Minnie Belle Harris on Sept. 10, 1931, in Marlow, OK. A funeral ceremony for Erma was held Oct. 4, 2021, at the Walker Funeral Chapel. Following the ceremony, Erma was laid to rest next to her husband at Dale Cemetery.

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Jack Pryor

Funeral services for Jack Pryor, 84, of Purcell were held Oct. 5, 2021 at the Wilson-Little Funeral Home Chapel. Interment was at Hillside Cemetery in Purcell under the direction of the Wilson-Little Funeral Home in Purcell. Mr. Pryor died Oct. 1, 2021. Jackie Lee Pryor was born Nov. 23, 1936...

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Ralph “Rufus” Kemp

A Celebration of Life Memorial Service for Ralph “Rufus” Kemp, 70, of Lexington will be held Friday, October 8, 2021 at the Wilson-Little Funeral Home Chapel. Services will be under the direction of the Wilson-Little Funeral Home in Purcell. The service will be livestreamed on the website, or the...

Wilma Lawler Dean

Wilma Lawler Dean, 93, passed away Monday, September 27, 2021 in Marlow. A gathering of family and friends will be at 4:00 PM, Thursday, October 7, 2021 at Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home in Marlow. Burial will be in the Marlow Cemetery under the direction of Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services in Marlow. Visitation will take place on Wednesday from 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM at the funeral home. Wilma was born Wednesday, January 11, 1928 in Marlow, to William Francis and Virginia (Carter) Lawler. She was a graduate of Marlow High School and later attended Cameron University in Lawton, and Our Lady Of The Lake University in San Antonio, TX. She married the love of her life, Donald Day Dean, August 25, 1946 at the First Christian Church in Marlow. Wilma and Donald celebrated 60 years of marriage until he preceded her in death on October 29, 2006. From this union, they were blessed with 4 children and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. After Wilma's marriage to Donald, they moved to Stillwater and she taught swimming for the city's recreational program. She later taught swimming at the Midwest City and Tulsa YMCA. Wilma was also very active in Girl Scouts and was presented with an honor pin for 25 years of volunteering. In 1973, she and Donald moved to Edmond, where she would become Director of the First Christian Church Daycare for 3 years. Wilma always loved working with children, and after all of her children were grown, she taught 5th grade elementary and the 12 year old special education classes in San Antonio for a while. She always referred to Marlow as home, and lived here for the last 33 years of her life. She enjoyed swimming, dancing, bowling, and bridge. Above everything else, Wilma loved her family and the time she got to spend with them. Survivors include, 3 daughters, Marcia Sewell, Jo Donna Ray, and, Lynne Nichols and husband Don, and daughter-in-law, Karen Dean. Wilma was preceded in death by her husband, Donald, son, Jeffrey Dean, parents, and 2 brothers, Wayne Lawler and William "Bill" F. Lawler Jr., sister, Pearl Ballew, and son-in-law, James Sewell. Online condolences may be made to

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Janice L. Chivers

Janice L. Chivers went to be with the Lord on October 4, 2021. She was born on October 12, 1954 in Wynnewood, OK. She is preceded in death by her parents Charlie E. Chivers Jr. and Helen M. Chivers (Vallery), brother Mike Chivers and sister Joan Keenan (Chivers). Janice was...

Vis, Patricia

Mrs. Patricia "Sue" Vis, age 75, of Norman, OK, passed away on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, at her daughter's residence in Rome, GA, surrounded by her loving family. Patricia passed away from complications related to Alzheimer's and was in hospice care for nine months prior to her death where she died peacefully in her sleep. Patricia came to stay with her daughter in September 2018, and during the last three years has fought Alzheimer's, battled and won against breast cancer, and survived Covid in 2020. Patricia was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, daughter of the late Robert and Hazel Rigsby. She leaves behind her book collection and her husband, Raymond Vis, who shared 40 years of marriage. She was an LPN and work most of her 34 years at Norman Regional Hospital on the cancer floor, but retired working in the nursery where she got to love on the babies. Survivors include her and Ray's combined nine children, Sheila Moody, Denise Brown, Judith Brown, Juanita "Susie" Brown (partner Mary Stusek), Danny "Charlie" Brown, Jr (wife Yildiz), Daniel "Dan" Vis (wife Vi), David Vis, Richard Vis (wife Olivia), and Jamie Ashcraft (husband Jesse); her grandchildren, Steven Moody, Lance Moody, Kevin Taylor, Andy Taylor, Natalee Johnson, Devin Robinson, Richard Ray (wife Betsy), Jeremy Ray (wife Casey), Becca Sund (husband Josiah), Rachel Vis, Tiffany Vis, Lilly Vis, Grant Vis, Blake Vis, Cody Henderson, Zachary Henderson, Jesse Ashcraft Jr., and Johnathan Ashcraft; her 27 great grandchildren; her brother, Ronnie Rigsby (wife Lenora); brothers-in-law, Carl Tascier and Okey McCarty, and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Roy Rigsby and Wesley Rigsby; and her sisters, Mary Tascier and Patsy "Diane" Rigsby. In accordance with her wishes, Patricia will be cremated. There will be a Celebration of Life service held at Tuttle Fairview Cemetery, 1001 E. Rock Creek Road, Tuttle, OK, in November where her ashes will rest with her mother, father and sister. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Mercy Care Rome or Tapestry Hospice of NW Georgia, in honor of Patricia. Henderson & Sons Funeral Home, Oaknoll Chapel, makes this announcement for the family.


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2021-10-08  · Obituary Charles Thomas Barnes Jr. of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma passed from this life far too soon on August 20, 2021 at the age of 44. Charles was born in Lawton, Oklahoma to Charles Thomas Barnes ...
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2021-08-04  · Mary Lindsay. Mary Lindsay, 68, of Mansfield, OH, passed away at HCA Northwest Hospital in Houston, TX on Friday, July 2, 2021. The beloved daughter of Roosevelt and Dorothy (Thurmond) Coates, Mary was born on July 17, 1952 in Martin’s Ferry, Ohio. Mary was a dedicated wife and mother, and she was known for her genuine kindness and laughter ...
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Lindsay Cemetery in Lindsay. Rr 2 Lindsay, OK 73052. (405) 756-2948. Click to show location on map. Zoom. The caring personnel at Lindsay Cemetery provide quiet and well-maintained grounds made to meet the needs of every single family and to commemorate the lives of the people buried on the grounds. Trust is their top concern and so they ...
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2021-02-25  · LINDSAY. LINDSAY. LINDSAY; Shirley Ann Gray. View The Obituary For Shirley Ann Gray. Please join us in Loving, Sharing and Memorializing Shirley Ann Gray on this permanent online memorial presented by... March 19, 2021. LINDSAY; Lary Nick McFall. View The Obituary For Lary Nick McFall. Please join us in Loving, Sharing and Memorializing Lary Nick McFall on this permanent …
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2020-11-30  · LINDSAY. Page 2. LINDSAY. LINDSAY; Leah Deann Albright. View The Obituary For Leah Deann Albright. Please join us in Loving, Sharing and Memorializing Leah Deann Albright on this permanent online memorial presented by... December 11, 2020. LINDSAY; Ester Pearline Stacy. View The Obituary For Ester Pearline Stacy. Please join us in Loving, Sharing and Memorializing Ester …
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Lindsay Obituaries. It was revealed on October 20th, 2018 that Bertha Gilley (McDowell) died in Lindsay, Oklahoma. Ms. Gilley was 75 years old and was born in Ashland, KY. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Bertha's life.. It was revealed on June 29th, 2018 that Zola Mae Whitt (Eiker) died in Lindsay, Oklahoma. Ms.
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2019-09-10  · Freida's Obituary. Freida May Guinn of Lindsay was born on May 25, 1935 in Cairo, Oklahoma to Bertlo Benjamin Lambert and Arlie O’Deat (Ennis) Lambert. She passed from this life on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 in Oklahoma City at the age of 84 years. Freida graduated from Coalgate High School in 1953 and later attended nursing classes. She ...
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2007-08-18  · Killed in the one-vehicle accident north of Lindsay. You have permission to edit this article. Edit Close. Login. About Us ... OK (73075) Today. Overcast. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 78F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph.. Tonight. Considerable cloudiness. Occasional rain showers after midnight. Low 67F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%. Updated: May 21, 2021 @ 8:41 am ...
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Browsing 1 - 10 of 10 funeral homes near Lindsay, Oklahoma. B.G. Boydston Funeral Home. 308 Southwest 3rd Street. Lindsay, OK 73052. REVIEWS. Price. $ $$. "Great place, excellent customer service for out of state burial needs looking to come back home to Lindsay". "Great place, excellent customer service for out of state bu…".
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Lindsay Church of Christ, Lindsay, Oklahoma. 506 likes · 16 talking about this · 47 were here. Lindsay church of Christ Sunday morning Bible study – 9:45 Sunday morning worship – 10:45 Wednesday...
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OSBI Investigating ‘In-Custody Death’ Near Lindsay. The Oklahoma Bureau Of Investigations says agents are investigating an "in-custody death" near Lindsay, Tuesday evening. According to ...
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2021-02-05  · November 27, 1946 - February 2, 2021, Walter Gene Lindsay passed away on February 2, 2021 in Seminole, Oklahoma. Funeral...
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2021-01-07  · Voters in Lindsay have a few more weeks to request mailed absentee ballots for a school election coming early next month. In fact, all voters can request the absentee ballots for the entire 2021 year by going online to the Oklahoma State Election Board website.
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2021-04-13  · Obituaries. Donnie Ray Phelps September 29, 1942 - April 10, 2021 . April 13, 2021 3:13 PM. Derfelt Funeral Home, Posted: April 13, 2021 3:13 PM. by Derfelt Funeral Home. Donnie Ray Phelps Sr. of Joplin, Missouri passed from this life on April 10, 2021 at his daughter’s home in Baxter Springs, Kansas, he was 78. Don was born in September 29, 1942 in Quinter, Kansas to Cecil B. and Edith ...
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