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   Bartlesville, Washington County

The Morning Examiner

November 6, 1936

WITHROW R. E. (Robert Evans)
Funeral services for R.E.WITHROW, 77 who died on Wednesday will be held at 2:30 tomorrow afternon at the Neekamp funeral home. Rev. L. A. BOLERJACK, pastor of the Nazarene church will officiate and burial will be at Silver Lake.

Submitted by Shirley Larson      Home page

April 22, 1944

Mrs. R. E. WITHROW Dies
Mrs. Malissa Ann WITHROW, 82 who came here 30 yers ago from Greenville TX died at 3:30 yesterday afternoon at her home, 1206 South Oak, following a three weeks illness. Her husband R. E. (Robert Evans) Bdied here in November 1936.
Mrs. WITHROW is survived by two sons, Arthur of Valle Jo Ca., Daniel of Bartlesville, two daughters, Mrs. Effie Dunkin (the actual article contains a mistake, Effie is given the name of Wilson, the spouse of her sister) Mrs. Ida WILSON, both of Bartlesville, 15 grandchildren and eight great grandchldren. She attended the Virginia Avenue Baptist church for many years.
Funeral services will probably be held Monday afternoon. The body is held at the Neekapm Funeral home pending completion of Arangements.

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April 28, 1944

Servies for Mrs. Malissa WITHROW will be held at 4 this afternoon at the service rooms of the Neekamp Funeral home with Adjt. Ray Broghton of the Salvation Army officiating. Interment will be in Silver Lake cemetery besides the body of her husband R.E. WITHROW who died in 1936.
Casketbearers will include W. T.Duncan, H. F. Moland,Joe Brown D. N.Varec, Harvey Grundy and George Minor

Submitted by Shirley Larson      Home page

Examiner-Enterprise, Bartlesville, Okla.

November 26, 1965

Listed 3/29/98

Bill Reynolds Dies Here; Rites Set Monday
Bill R. [sic; no middle name] REYNOLDS, 68, 138 NE Queenstown, and resident of Bartlesville since 1951 died 11:45 p.m. on Thursday at his home following several weeks illness.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Arnold Moore Funeral Chapel. Rev. James Pyle of Tulsa will officiate, and interment will be in the Dewey Cemetery.
Mr. [William] REYNOLDS was born at Huntsville, Ark., on Aug. 15, 1897, [son of Allison David and Sarah Tennessee HARWOOD REYNOLDS,] and when a small child came with his family to Indian Territory. The family established its first home on a farm near White Field, where he was reared and remained a resident until 1943.
He was married to Miss Vida Ethel JIMISON, Oct. 26, 1917 at Muskogee, and they farmed and made their home at Briar Town, near Muskogee, until they moved to California in 1943.
They returned to Briar Town in 1948 for a three year residence and came to Bartlesville in 1951. He was employed with the Joy Equipment Co., here until his retirement.
Survivors include his wife, Vida, of the home here; one daughter, Mrs. Herschell H. [Billie Jean] HAMILTON; 138 NE Queenstown, Bartlesville; one son Carl V. ["Pete"] REYNOLDS, 301 NE Katherine; two brothers, Walter REYNOLDS, Soledad, Calif., and John REYNOLDS, Dayton, Ore.; one sister, Mrs. Grace POMROY, Elizabeth, W. Va.; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Submitters Note: Corrections or additions by me are bracketted. --Dave
Submitted by: David Franklin Reynolds

March 30, 1969

B. M. DUNKIN Dies: Funeral set Wednesday

Benjamin M. (Monroe) DUNKIN 78 418 Kaw, a longtime resident of Bartlesville, died at 2:10 a.m. sunday in a local hospital after a brief illness.
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednessday t the Colonial Chapel of the Neekamps Funeral Home with Major John Courtois officating assisted by Brig. John R.Davis, both of the Salvation Army. Interment will be in White Rose Cemetery.
Mr. DUNKIN was born in Morrilton Ark on Oct 25 1890, and was reared in that area. He married Miss Effie WITHROW in Ft. Smith Ark on Sept 29, 1913 and they lived there where he was with the Midland Valley Railroad Co., prior to engaging in farming that area.
They came to Bartlesville in 1915 and he was with the National Zinc Co. He later became active as a soldier with the Salvatin Army in 1956. He has been in failing health for the past year and became seriously ill three weeks ago. He was a member of the Salvation Army Church.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Effie DUNKIN of the home, one son, C. W. DUNKIN, Port Hueneme CA, four daughters, Mrs. C. E. MINOR Okay OK., Mrs. George MINOR, Denver Co., Mrs. Claude SUTHERLAND, Bartlesville and Mrs. Bill DIVINE, Parsons Ks. One sister, Georgia ALEXANDER, Oceana Ca, 26 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren.

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July 27, 1976

Mrs. Effie DUNKIN Dies: services will be on Thursday
Mrs. Efie Pearl DUNKIN 82 a resident of the Bartlesville area since 1915 died at 11:05 p.m. on Saturday in the Heritage Manor after an extended ilness.
Mrs.DUNKIN was born in Salt Lake City Utah, Aug 9 1893 and as a child made her home with her parents in Garland TX, where she was reared and recieved her education prior to the family's move to Ft.Smith Ark. As a young woman, she was married to Mr. Benjamin M. DUNKIN in Ft.smith in Sept 1913. They moved to Bartlesville in 1915 where DUNKIN was employed by the National Zinc Company for a number of years and later inlife became active with the Salvation Army, retiring from activity in 1956.
Mr. DUNKIN died in 1969 and Mrs. DUNKIN has made her home in Bartlesville since that time. She has been in failing helath for the past several years and has made her home in the Heritage Manor for the past five years. She was a member of the Salvation Army Church.
She is survived by one son, C.W.DUNKIN, Port Hueneme Ca, four daughters, Mrs. Mae MINOR, Parsons KS, Mrs. George (Mary) MINOR, Denver Co. Mrs. Bill (Jean) DIVINE, also of Parsons KS and Mrs. Claude (Mildred) SUTHERLAND and 26 grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Colonial Chapel of the Neekamp Funeral Home with Brig. John R.Davis, retired Salvation Army officer as the officiant with interment to be in the White Rose Cemetery

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Ramona News-Name Of Paper Unknown

Feb 1996

William C. ELLIS
William Clyde ELLIS, 89, area resident since 1959 died at 6 p.m. on Thursday in the Heritage Villa Nursing Center in Bartlesville. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday in the Memory Chapel of the Arnold Moore Funeral Residence. Internment will be directed in the Ramona Cemetery by Arnold Moore Funeral Service.
A native of Oklahoma, William Clyde ELLIS was born Sept. 18, 1906, at Valliant in McCurtain County. He was the son of Isaac and Florence (PHIPPS) ELLIS. He was raised and received his education in rural McCurtain County. He and Lela Lula TINSLEY were married March 17, 1928, at El Reno, where Mr. ELLIS was active in farming interests in Canadian County, near El Reno.
Mr. ELLIS was employed by the Rock Island Railroad in 1938, and continued his employment with them until 1945, when he returned to his farming interests in Osage County. He and Mrs. ELLIS were residents of Hominy until 1959, when they moved to Ramona.
Mr. ELLIS was employed by the City of Ramona until he retired in 1971, and they have continued their residence in Ramona, living in retirement.
Mr. ELLIS was a member of the Happy Hill Church and is survived by his wife; a daughter Pauline; three grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by five sisters, four brothers and a son, Clyde Deane in 1935.

Submitted by: Gary M. Ellis

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