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ATTAWAY, BUCHANAN, CHISUM, CLARK, COLVIN, HILL, LACKEY, WINGATE

Alfred J. HILL B. March 15, 1915 D. August 16, 1943

Omey William COLVIN March 13, 1887 December 22, 1951 (this is hard to read..can't tell if it's a 5 or a 3 on March)

Jeff M. ATTAWAY August 21, 1887 December 24, 1953? (hard to read)

Harmon Hollis CHISUM October 15, 1921 April 19, 1952

Paul BUCHANAN February 1, 1891 October 2, 1950

James W. CLARK June 26, 1897 August 17, 1957

John C WINGATE July 11, 1899 December 6 or 8, 1956

Iona Hallford LACKEY 1895 Indian Territory, Oklahoma 1987 Case Grande, Arizona

Jess L. LACKEY March 22, 1894-December 22, 1962
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July 1993

BLACK, FLORES, GRIFFITH, HENDERSON, HILL, RHODES, TUCKER - Stringtown, Atoka Co.,OK
Arizona Republic
Inez T. BLACK, 80, of Aravaipa, a homemaker, died July 2, 1993. She was born in Oklahoma. Survivors include her daughters, Vera HILL and Edwyna RHODES, one sister, two brothers; nine grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. Services: 10:00 a.m. Monday, Hayden Methodist Church, Hayden. GRIFFITH Mortuary, Kearny. (Her maiden name was TUCKER) Copper Basin News, Kearny, AZ Inez BLACK, 80 of Aravaipa, died July 2, 1993 at her home in Aravaipa. She was born May 30, 1913 in Stringtown, Oklahoma. At the age of 8 months she moved to Phoenix and later lived in Barkerville where she attended school until highschool age and she then went to Florence High School. She married Sam BLACK in 1932 at Nogales, Ariz. She has also lived in Ajo, Tucson, Ray, Hayden-Winkelman-Aravaipa. Inez worked for the Ray Electric Co. in Hayden for a number of years. Living in a rural area she loved the land and enjoyed walking and picnics. She also enjoyed knitting for her family and friends and she was an avid bowler, still bowling with a league at the time of her death. She loved her country and the State of Arizona. She was active with the Winkelman Conservation District, serving as secretary for many years. She has been an active member of the Hayden Methodist Church and had served as secretary for the church.
She is survived by two daughters; Edwyna (Charles) RHODES of Aravaipa, and Vera (Raydean) HILL of Chicago, Ill., one sister, Vera HENDERSON of Oracle and two brothers, John TUCKER of Ajo and Monroe TUCKER of Dudleyville. Funeral services were conducted by the Reverend Tony FLORES, at 10 a.m.Monday, July 5, at the Methodist Church in Hayden. Interment followed at Mountain View Cemetery, Hayden, Arizona. Arrangements were made by GRIFFITH Mortuary.
Submitted by: Phyllis Hill phill@redrock.net


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