County, OK - Maud, Oklahoma 100 Years of History
Bruton Clover, 75, born 4 Apr 1927 died 5 Mar 2003
salesclerk, of Sallisaw Oklahoma died Wednesday. Service noon Friday,
Sallisaw City Cemetery. Agent.
DORITY, Calvin Watie "Ricky", March
2, 1956(Sallisaw,) - Jan 10, 2009 (Sallisaw) s/o Lucille BRUTON Clover.
He married Patricia Lynn TUNNELL, June 14, 1983, in Stilwell.
CLOVER, Lucille BRUTON, April 4, 1927 (Harrison community Seq Co) - d/o
Walter Calvin BRUTON and Grace Lorene ADAMS BRUTON, md Henry Hamilton
CLOVER on March 5, 1965 in Poteau.
Memorial on Findagrave.com
Birth: Apr. 4, 1927 Hanson, Sequoyah County, Oklahoma
Death: Mar. 5, 2003 Sallisaw, Sequoyah County. Oklahoma
Sequoyah County (Oklahoma) Times
Sunday, March 9, 2003
Funeral services for Lucille
BRUTON CLOVER, 75, of Sallisaw, were held at noon Friday, at the
Sallisaw City Cemetery gazebo, with Rev. Monroe Lowrimore officiating.
Burial was in Sallisaw City Cemetery, under the direction of Agent
Funeral Home of Sallisaw. She was born April 4, 1927, in Harrison
community to Walter Calvin BRUTON and Grace Lorene (ADAMS) BRUTON. She
died Wednesday, March 5, 2003, in Sallisaw. She married Henry Hamilton
CLOVER on March 5, 1965, in Poteau. He preceded her in death in June
1988. Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Sharon C. and
Donald, and Joanne and Howard; one son and daughter-in-law, Calvin and
Patricia; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters,
Ila, Margaret and Jessie Mae; two brothers, Wadie and Joe; and several
nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Margie Clover Dykes
This appears to be the daughter of Henry and Lucille Clover.
2-7-1999 No Dykes,
Margie October 24,
1926 February 4,
1999 Henry Clover
January 29, 1941
Restlawn Memorial Park Murray-Orwosky Funeral
Sulphur Springs, TX Rosie
Sulphur Springs, TX
Tulsa and Rogers
Jessica Nichole Thompson Clover
Jessica Nichole Thompson Clover,
of Owasso, left this life Friday July 10, 2009. She was born in Tulsa
May 31, 1982, and was a 2000 graduate of Owasso High School. She was an
avid animal lover and took great pleasure in watching comedy acts, to
the point of laughing out loud. Jessica had a passion for and was very
talented at writing poetry.
She is survived by: sons, Bryson
and Trenton Cloverof Sperry; parents, Jonie and Gary Thompson of
Owasso; brother, Dustin Thompson and wife Sarah as well as nephew,
Jaymes of Tulsa; maternal grandparents, Billie and Gene Morrison of
Tulsa; paternal grandparents, Shirley and Jim Thompson of Broken Arrow;
and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Jessica, you were dearly loved
and you will be missed more than you can imagine. May the ones you
leave behind take comfort in knowing that your soul is now at peace.
Published in Tulsa World on
Bessie V. Clover, 86, died Wednesday in Sycamore. Visitation 4-5
p.m. Sunday, Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home, and graveside service 2 p.m.
Monday, Mount Hope Cemetery.
Read more from this Tulsa World article at
Tulsa (Oklahoma) World
October 7, 2006 page A14 Final Home
Bessie V. Clover, 86, died
Wednesday in Sycamore. Visitation 4-5 p.m. Sunday, Penwell-Gabel
Funeral Home, and graveside service 2 p.m. Monday, Mount Hope Cemetery.
Eileen Clover RUSH, 85,
Eileen Clover (NANNY) RUSH, 85, of Flippin passed away at her home on
Thursday, Sept. 28, 2000. She was born on August 31, 1915, at Joplin,
MO, the daughter of Peter L. and Lillie SEVRA. Ms. RUSH was a prior
resident of Tulsa, OK, having made her home in Flippin for two years.
She is survived by one son, Tom RUSH of Henryetta, OK; one daughter,
Mary Jane DALTON, of Flippin; four grandchildren, Kim ESTES of Tulsa,
OK, Dona GUPTILL of Flippin, Aubra RUSH of Mountain Home, Karen
WILLIAMS of Broken Arrow, OK; and six great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband, Noble Theodore, one son, Ted, and her
parents, Peter and Lillie SEVRA. Services were held at Moores Southlawn
Chapel in Tulsa, on Monday, October 2. Burial was in Memorial Park
Cemetery in Tulsa. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of the
arrangements. (Submitted by Dawn Gray, Mt. Echo Staff)
Nancy Jane Clover, Tulsa, OK.
CLOVER - Nancy Jane, 91, of Tulsa, passed away Sunday, December 14,
2008. Nancy was born in Tulsa on December 31, 1926, to Mayme Lawson
Clover. and Jack M. Clover. Nancy graduated from Tulsa Central High
School, Class of 1945. While in High School, Nancy became an avid
tennis player, frequently participating in the tournaments at Tracy
Park. Nancy then attended Duke University where she was a member of Pi
Beta Phi social sorority, then returned to Tulsa to graduate from the
University of Tulsa. She received her Masters Degree from Fairfield
University in Fairfield, CT. From an entry level position at Macy's
Department Store in New York, she progressed to be a Buyer in one of
their leading departments. Subsequently, she returned to Tulsa and was
active in Real Estate.
Nancy is survived by her sister
and brother-in-law, Marilyn and Dick Cantrell of Tulsa. And, two
nephews, Steven Cantrell of Santa Fe, NM and Timothy Cantrell of
Guilford, CT. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that any
contributions be made to St. Simeons in Tulsa. A family service will be
held 10 a.m., Monday, December 22, 2008, at Moore's Rosewood Chapel,
Tulsa. 918-742-1202 Nancy Jane Clover
Tulsa Funeral Home Index.
If you are interested in any of these
people, you can contact the Tulsa Genealogical Society for further
CLOVER, Amy Brownell Vol 2:41
CLOVER, Cleo Marion Vol 6:32
CLOVER, Jack M Vol 8:60
CLOVER, Joe Dean Vol 1:187
CLOVER, John M Vol 7:35
CLOVER, Mayme Vol 2:181
CLOVER, Miriam A Vol 9:152
CLOVER, Simeon C Vol 2:55
Rose Hill Memorial Park
Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Clover, Amy Brownell, bur. 1/28/1959, Sec. Oaklawn (23) L-193 #5
Clover, Edward, bur. 1/19/1919, Sec. Roselawn (5) L-107 #3
Clover, Jack M., bur. 3/21/1973, Sec. Roselawn (5) L-107 #8
Clover, JoDean, bur. 10/19/1951, Sec. Peace (24) L-425 #2
Clover, John M., bur. 11/28/1920, Sec. Roselawn (5) L-107 #5
Clover, Louise, bur. 9/4/1934, Sec. Meditation (15) Single Rows L-50 #7
Clover, Marvin B., bur. 11/2/1929, Sec. Oaklawn (23) L-193 W1/2
Clover, Mayme, bur. 5/29/1968, Sec. Roselawn (5) L-107 #9
Clover, Simeon Coakley, bur. 5/2/1960, Sec. Oaklawn (23) L-193 #4
following Clovers on the Tulsa, Oklahoma website.
This is a
list of individuals in the Funeral Home Index. See the site
see what is included. The society will send copies for a
||Vol 2: 55
Obituary: Tulsa World Publication Date: December 15, 1998
Obituary: Independence, Kan. -- Clarence A. Clover, 80, farmer, died
Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Webb & Rodrick Funeral Home Chapel.
Leta Clover Fisher
Born: 2 Dec 1905 Died 25 Jun 1998
Leta Clover Fisher, 92, Big Springs Oklahoma former Jack and Jill
Kindergarten owner, died Thursday. Services 10 a.m. Thursday, First
United Methodist Church. Mobley- Dodson.
Published: 6/30/1998 Tulsa World News
contact about the article the Fisher/Clover family @
Mrs.W.L. Bain's column in
Bartlesville, Okla newpaper
[Note: This is John Hiram Clover (1853 - 1922)]
Oct. 28, 1922 Mrs. W.L.Bain Collum in Bartlesville, Okla, news paper.
John Clover , J. Rash and John
Enlish were injured on Thursday night
when a team driven by Mr. Rash ran away.
The wagon was loaded with
lumber and the tree men were sitting on
the lumber. Some part of the
horness broke and startled the horses
which bolted and threw the men
into the street on 12th and Wyandotte,
Dewey. Dr. Van Sant was called
and took the men to his office for
treatment. The team was
further down the street after they had upset a
buggy containing a women
and a child, who were not injured and refused to
give their names.
Mrs. W.L.Bain's column in Bartlesville Newspaper, Oct 30, 1922
T.R. Rash, John Clover, and J English were
injured Thursday evening
in a runaway accident. Mr Rash was driving the
team of horses which
became uncontrollable and ran, turning over
the wagon, when a chain
broke and the tongue dropped to the ground.
the men were thrown to
the pavement. Before the horses could be
stopped they ran into a
driven by a woman accompained by two childern,
but they did them no
harm. Mr Clover is in serious condition. The
other men who were
Washita County, Oklahoma
Imogene Ruth Clover Cordell Beacon Newspaper
Services were held Tuesday, April 13,
2004 at 2:00 p.m. at Jack Loftiss Funeral Home Chapel, Cordell with
burial in the Canute Cemetery under the direction of Jack Loftiss
Funeral Home, Cordell, Oklahoma.
Imogene Ruth Clover was born June 1, 1924 near Canute, Oklahoma to her
parents Jack Harrell and Jessie Gillespie Harrell.
Imogene graduated from high
school at Canute, Oklahoma. She worked as a tailor for John R. Clover,
Sr. in Enid, Oklahoma and there she met her husband John R. Clover, Jr.
They married in Kansas, April 13, 1949. They lived in Childress,
Texas and moved to Cordell in 1966. Her husband was manager of the
Johnson Grain Elevator in Clinton, Oklahoma. After his death she
managed the elevator until her retirement in 1979.
She is survived by her daughter,
Nancy Hill and husband, Randall of Stillwater, Oklahoma; three
grandchildren, Jodi Holland and husband, Tim of Stillwater, Oklahoma,
Susan Paige Hill, of Stillwater and Mallory Clover of Arizona.
She is preceeded in death by her parents, Jack and Jessie
Harrell, her husband, John R. Clover, Jr., her son, John R. Clover,
III; two sisters Evelena Jones, Olene Rolison; and one brother, Conley