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Oklahoman Archives
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
February 9, 1988, p29

HANNON
Buddy, born April 20, 1909 in Bentonville. AR. and died Feb. 7, 1988.

He was. preceded in death by his wile, Marjorie Fergusson Hannon; his Parents, Alzada (Seymour) and Henry Walker Hannon and 8 brothers and sisters

Survivors include his children, Judy (Mrs, Wayne) Ellis of Chicago, IL., Ann (Mrs.. John) Thompson of Spence:, Beverly (Mrs. Charles) Shiels cf Kansas City, Mo. . and Buddy Hannon of OKC; his grandchildren, Jennifer and David Ellis of Chicago, II., Mrs. Julie Whitaker of Midwest City, OK. Mrs. Beverly Danner of Dal!as. TX., John K. and Bethany Thompson of Spencer, Gretchen and Kristen Theus of Kansas City, Mo., Sherry. Janette and John Hannon of OKC and his great granddaughter, Holly Whitaker of Midwest City, OK. He will be greatly missed but we trusl he has gone to be with the Lord.

Services Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1188 at Bill Eisenhour Southeast Chapel with burial at Arlington Memory Gardens


Oklahoman Archives
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
October 28, 1986, p30

Marjorie Ferguson Hannon of Midwest City, OK.

Marjorie was born March 4 1909 in Pawnee OK. to Job Lee Ferguson and Mimie (Bays) Ferguson. Marjorie died Monday, Oct. 27, 1584 Marjorie is survived by he husband, Buddy Hannon of the home; her childen,  Judy (Mrs. Wayne) Ells of Chicago IL., Ann (Mrs. John) Thompson of Spencer, Beverly (Mrs. Charles) Shiels of Kansas Cify MO., Buddy Hannon of OKC her grandchildren, Jennifer & David Ellis, Chicago IL Julie (Mrs. Merk) Whitaker Del City, Beverly (Mrs.. Frank) Danner of Dallas TX., John K and Bethany Thompson Spencer, Gretchen and Kristen Thetis of Kansas City MO., Sherry Janette and John Hannon of OKC; her great grandchild, Holly Whitaker of Del City. Marjorie had no brothers, she had 2 sisters, Dorothy (Mrs. Harvey). Whitaker of Chattanooga TN and Roberta (Mrs. Morris) Whittler of Austin TX. She had 2 nephews and 1 nieces.

Marjorie and her parents and 2 sisters moved to Lawton, OK. in 1915 from Pawnee. She lived there until 1948, before moving to Midwest City, OK. She and her husband, Buddy, have lived in the same house for 38 years. They have been married for 51 years. Marjorie enjoyed ceramics,  oil painting, water colors, knitting and crocheting. She was active in this, traveling to Hew Mexico, Colorado and other states including Hawaii. She had many friends and a large family who loved her. She will be greatly missed but we trust she has gone lo be with the Lord. Services for Marjorie will be Wednesday, Oct. 29 1986, at 10am, in the Bill Eisenhour Southeast, Chapel, with burial at Arlington Memory Gardens.

 

Addendum:
08-14-2013
Please make the following corrections in the information you have about my parents, Harold Jackson "Buddy" and Julia Marjorie (Fergusson) Hannon:

My Dad had nine brothers and sisters. My paternal grandmother was Alzada Florence (Seymour) Hannon. My maternal grandfather was John Lee Fergusson; his wife's name was Minnie.

Marjorie Ann (Hannon) Thompson
kingschild@cableone.net
08-14-2013

 

 

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