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Saturday December 9, 1916

Harrison Massey, 71 years old, died at 34 West D avenue this morning. Services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock. The body will be sent to Spencer.
Submitted by Betty Marsicek bmarsi@aol.com

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.

Roberta Duvall Hammerk    dhx6@swbell.net

December 10, 1929

Funeral Services for William P. JENNINGS. 84 years old. 413 W. Pine will be held at Watts & McAtee chapel Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial is the Union Soldier Cemetery. JENNINGS was an 89er and a veteran of the Civil War.

Submitted by: Gggranddaughter Jean Hicks Owens j3an@swbell.net

December 27, 1932

Rites for Mrs. Lydia JENNINGS, 81 years old, who died Monday at her home. 39 Southwest 14 street, after a short illness, were to be held at the Watts and McAtee funeral home at 3 P.M. Tuesday. Burial was to take place in the Union Soldiers cemetery.

Submitted by: Gggranddaughter Jean Hicks Owens j3an@swbell.net

April 10, 1940
Page 6, Wednesday

Mrs. Barney MILAM, Wife of Oil Worker, Dies of Long Illness.  
Mrs. Ethel B. MILAM, 33 years old, died at her home, 426 Southeast Twenty-second street, Wednesday morning, following a five-day illness. She had been in ill health 14 years.
Mrs. MILAM was born in Robison (sic), Ill, and was married there to Barney C. MILAM. The family moved to Oklahoma City seven years ago.  MILAM is employed in the production department of Phillips Petroleum Co.
She is survived by her husband and three sons. Robert, 17 years old; Otis, 16, and Clarence, 11, all of the home address; her mother, Mrs. Nellie SCOTT, Gys Mills, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Frank STAMPLEY, and Mrs. Anna SEANEY, both of Robison, (sic) Ill, and Mrs. Floyd WALKS, (sic) Gys MILLS, and a brother, Roscoe SCOTT, Gys Mills.
Funeral aggrangements will be announced later by the Capitol Hill funeral home.

Submitted by Janet Sue Milam jsmilam@worldnet.att.net

February 18, 1942

KIRCHNER, James S., age 83, 321 S.W. 23rd. Services at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Full Gospel Temple, 410 S.W. 25th in charge of Perrines.(?)
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June 22, 1944

Mrs. Elizabeth KIRCHNER, 226 S.E. 41. Services will be conducted by Rev. R.B. BELL at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Interment at Rose Hill. Street and Draper.
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January 28, 1958, Page 4:
Listed 4/18/98

Services and burial will be Wednesday at Cushing for JOE L. GOODMAN, 35. Local arrangements are being handled by Smith & Kernke funeral home.
Goodman, an office employee of the National Car Loading Co., died Sunday in an Oklahoma City hospital. He was born at Cushing and came to Oklahoma City in 1941. He was a veteran of World War II and belonged to the Catholic Church.

Submitted by: STate40@aol.com

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