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Columbus Daily Advocate

December 11, 1917

W. H. BRIGHT died Dec. 5 at 7:30 o'clock at the home of  his son C. W. Bright, at 828 S. Third Street.
Mr. Bright was 79 years old. He was one of Grady County's most highly respected  citizens and has been a member of the Methodist Church for  the past sixty-three years.
Three daughters, Mrs. Mary DAWSON and Mrs. L. C. COOK  of Wichita, Kansas and Mrs. A. TULL of Colorado, and six sons survive the deceased. The sons are W. C. Bright of Columbus, L. G. Bright, Okmulgee, J. F. Bright of San Francisco, C. W.  Bright of Chickasha and Ray and Roy Bright of Hobart.
Funeral services will be held at the residence of C. W.  Bright at 828 S. Third Street at 3 o'clock tomorrow  afternoon.
-- Oklahoma City Times.
Submitted by Roberta Duvall Hammerk

October 21, 1926

The Chickasaw Star

John MUNDELL, age 70, died in his home northwest of Pocasset Sunday. Burial at Arcadia Cemetery
He was born in Woodford Co. IL. September15, 1856. In 1882 married Miss Elizabeth DOSS, who preceded him in death in 1905.
Mr. Mundell made the run in 1889 and stake a claim two mile east of Union City which he later sold and moved to Caddo. On April 9, 1909 he married Mrs. Ella BURGER.

William BARNETT, age 56, died in Oklahoma City, burial at Ninnekah.

October 28, 1926

The Chickasaw Star

Dr. G.W. AUSTIN died Sunday morning.

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