Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
November 30, 1944
Veteran of Run
Prior to 1889
Is Dead in City
Moses Trumbly, 90, of Olie and 64, died Wednesday morning in
Capitol win General hospital after a five-day illness.
A native of Benton Harbor. Mich., 'Trumbly made two entries into
Oklahoma before he finally settled here. He was a member of the
first party To come in with Capt. David Payne prior to the
opening. He returned to Kansas and came back to make a claim at
Deer Creek in the run of '89.
He was married to Amanda Elizabeth
Dewey in Calhoun County, Iowa on April 23, 1884. They lived at
Deer Creek until shortly before World War I when they moved to
Oklahoma City. Trumbly retained his farming interest at Deer
Creek but engaged in real estate after coming here.
He was an active worker in behalf of the
state's old age pension legislation. He was a member of the
V.I.A., the Woodmen of the World and Pentecostal Holiness
Trumbly is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Amanda Trumbly, six sons, Fred of Criswell. Ore., Egbert,
Clifford, Vernon, Roy and Earl
Trumbly, all of the city: one daughter, Mrs. Lillie Tharp of the
home address. He has 27 grandchildren. Five of his grandsons are
now overseas, and three others are in the armed forces in this
Services will he held at 2 pm Friday in
the Perrine funeral home with burial in
... Complied and transcribed by Marti Graham, 2009.
Complied and transcribed by Marti Graham, 2009.