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Clover Obituaries and Deaths in Oklahoma

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Elliot Clover was the son of John Metler Clover.  Elliott's wife and children moved to Grant County, Oklahoma.  For an article on this group see John Metler Clover
Many of the Clovers in Oklahoma came from Arkansas and Kansas.  Check Family Tree page for Eli Clover and other Arkansas Clovers

 
Obituaries, Death Records, and Cemeteries
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SSDI

Note that this includes some whose SS number was issued in Oklahoma, but they died elsewhere.

Name:     Orville Clover 
Last Residence:     73771  Wakita, Grant, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     25 May 1902  Died:     Jun 1979 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (Before 1951 )
 
Name:     Opal F. Clover
Last Residence:     73701  Enid, Garfield, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     10 Apr 1923 Died:     29 Jun 1994 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (1974 )
  
Name:     Nancy Clover 
Last Residence:     74401  Muskogee, Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     1 Jan 1883 Died:     May 1967
     
Oklahoma (Before 1951 )
 Name:     Miriam Clover 
Last Residence:     74114  Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     22 Jan 1900 Died:     Jan 1976
State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (1963 )
 
Name:     Mayme Clover 
Last Residence:     74103  Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     14 May 1902 Died:     May 1968
State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (1951 )
 
Name:     Mac Clover    
Last Residence:     54021  Prescott, Pierce, Wisconsin, United States of America
Born:     12 Jan 1922 Last Benefit: Died Oct 1977    54021  Prescott, Pierce, Wisconsin, United States of America
State (Year) SSN issued:   Oklahoma (Before 1951 )
 
Name:     Mabel Clover  
Last Residence:     73044  Guthrie, Logan, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     22 Mar 1904 Died:     Oct 1987 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (Before 1951 )
 
Name:     Lola Clover
Born:     9 Oct 1930 Died:     Nov 1970
State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (Before 1951 )
 
Name:     Jack Clover   
Last Residence:     74120  Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     17 Apr 1904 Died:     Mar 1973 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

Name:     John Clover   
Last Residence:     73632  Cordell, Washita, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     12 Oct 1912 Died:     Feb 1979 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

Name:     J. R. Clover 
Born:     10 Dec 1950 Died:     May 1988 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (1965 )
 
Name:     Imogene Clover
Last Residence:     74074  Stillwater, Payne, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born:     1 Jun 1924 Died:     10 Apr 2004 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (Before 1951 )
 
Name:     Howard Clover
Last Residence:     67950  Elkhart, Morton, Kansas, United States of America
Born:     28 Feb 1918 Died:     Dec 1985 State (Year) SSN issued:     Oklahoma (Before 1951 )



Carter County, Oklahoma

Carter County Genweb Archives
Burials in Carter County, Oklahoma
Compiled by Bill Hamm
CLOVER             LOLA FAYE                9 OCT 1930       14 NOV 1970      29


Cherokee County
Timmons New Home Cemetery
Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~timmons/newhome.html
MAINARD, George Washington, Apr 7, 1855-Apr 7, 1913, Spouse Margaret Beatrice Clover
MAINARD, Henry, 1897-1900, Father George Washington Mainard, Mother Margaret Beatrice Clover

Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma
http://musgravemanor.homestead.com/2004/names4.html#clover [This site is no longer on line]
Clover, Josephine Electa born 1 Jan 1869, Arkansas, died 17 Oct 1945, Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA  bur. 17 Oct 1945, Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA
Clover, Zelpha Orlena born Abt 1860, Arkansas, died After 1920, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, USA

Cleveland County, Oklahoma
The Norman (Oklahoma) Transcript from 4/7/2008 - 4/10/2008.
Dorothy Pearl Pebworth Sharp was a diligent researcher of both the Pebsworth and the Clover lines.  She was descended from the Clovers and Pebsworths of Clark County, Arkansas.
  
Dorothy Pearl Sharp, 63, of Noble, Okla. passed away during the early morning hours on April 6, 2008. Dorothy fought a short but brave battle of cancer at OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. Dorothy was born in Blanchard, Okla. on June 1, 1944 to Ernest Walter and Oma Elizabeth Draper. Dorothy married Arthur Duane Sharp on December 30, 1980 in their home in Noble. Dorothy went back to school at a late age to finish her education at Moore-Norman Vo-Tech. She earned a Machinist Degree graduating with honors. Dorothy joined her sister's business at Hewitt's Greenhouse in Noble where she loved working with the public providing them beauty in their yards and homes. Dorothy's passion was researching and documenting her family genealogy. Her work will be enjoyed by the family for years to come.Dorothy is survived by her children, Timothy Elkins from California, Kathy Elkins and partner Sherry Belle-Isle from Oregon, and Christine Keith and husband Sean from Texas; one step-daughter, Rhonda Loveless from Noble; and one step-son, Keith Sharp from Noble. She was also survived by her brother, Doyle and wife Mary Draper from Noble; her sister, Joyce Hewitt from Noble; two grandchildren, Kylli Neely and Owen Keith; and several nieces and nephews.Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur Duane Sharp, her parents, Oma and Ernest Draper, and her brother, Carrol Draper.Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 at 2 p.m. at Primrose Funeral Service in Norman, Okla. Dorothy will be laid to rest after services at Fairview Maguire Cemetery in Noble with dinner to follow at 7331 124th Ave. Please come and celebrate Dorothy's departure from us, and her arrival to Our Heavenly Father. Arrangements are under the direction of Primrose Funeral Service of Norman. Submitted by family

Coal County, Oklahoma Cemetery Index McCarty Cemetery
http://genroots.net/OK/CoalCounty/cemeteries/McCartycem/mccartycem.html

Robert L Clover born 22 February 1913, died 9 November 1913, child of T.L. and Carrie Clover 

Coal County, Oklahoma - Globe Cemetery
http://www.okgenweb.org/~okcoal/cems/cccemet.htm
Coal County Archivist - Angie Jenkins
Joe Cole Clover June 29 1904 July 30 1906 S/O JM & Agnes Clover
Matilda  Clover April 3 l904


Comanche County, Oklahoma
Highland Cemetery
Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma
Submitted by Aggie Cochrane

Clover, James, d. Dec 17, 1938, 45y



Custer County, Oklahoma.
Mary Lee sent me this person and wondered who he is. His tombstone is on findagrave.com  It certainly looks like Clover.  If you recognize him, please let me know.
Arapahoe Cemetery, Custer County, Oklahoma
William Wesley Clover born 15 September 1852, died 14 February 1896.


Ellis County, Oklahoma
 THE ELLIS COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ELLIS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/ellis/vitals/ellisdea.txt
DEATH RECORDS OF ELLIS CO.
CLOVER, CHARLES WITHERS

Garfield County, Oklahoma
Philip Raymond Clover 

October 24, 2011
Fire chief dies: Phil Clover, 58, dead after heart attack Sunday
By Cass Rains, Staff Writer Enid News and Eagle
http://enidnews.com/localnews/x1184197023/Fire-chief-dies-Phil-Clover-58-dead-after-heart-attack-Sunday
The Enid News and Eagle Mon Oct 24, 2011, 01:00 AM CDT
ENID — Enid Fire Chief Phil Clover died Sunday in Tulsa after suffering an apparent heart attack. He was 58 years old.
        He served 34 years with the Enid Fire Department, joining in 1977 at the position of firefighter. He also served as a driver, lieutenant, captain and assistant chief before being selected by the Enid Fire Civil Service Commission Feb. 1, 1996, as chief.
        Clover received the Oklahoma State Fire Chiefs Association’s Fire Chief of The Year Award in 1999 and was commended by then-Gov. Frank Keating for this distinction. He also was responsible for expanding the department’s medical services and aided in securing a regional firefighter training facility for Northwest Oklahoma at Autry Technology Center.
        Those who worked with Clover remembered his passion for public safety and his drive to serve the Enid community.
        “Phil was not only a good friend, but he was a treasured fellow leader,” City Manager Eric Benson said. “He was a very good friend. He was an up-front guy, a true gentleman.
        “I feel very, very honored to have called him my friend.”
        Benson said he remembers a hot day when the city opened its dog park. Sparky the fire dog was out there interacting with children.
        “He was very energetic and big hit,” he said. “I was just sure it was one of those young guys from the department. He comes over to me and takes off the head of the outfit, and it was Phil Clover.”
http://enidnews.com/localnews/x783644647/Enid-Fire-Chief-Philip-Clover-1953-2011

April Danahy, who was on the civil service commission that promoted Clover to chief, recalled and lauded the chief’s efforts.
    “When he interviewed to become the fire chief in Enid, Okla., one of the things he wanted to do was to create positive images of the fire department, increase the image of the fire department,” she said. “He really wanted to make a difference and make the fire department a true community department and he did.”
        Danahy said Clover did whatever he could to improve Enid’s relationship with the department.
        “If it was putting on a Sparky suit and roller skating, he’d do it,” she said. “He wanted the fire department to be so much a part of this community, and I think he did that.”
        Fire Marshal Ken Helms said he and the members of the department were shocked to learn of the loss of their leader.
        “We’re all just all surprised and shocked to learn we’ve lost our chief,” he said. “He’s been a good boss and good co-worker. He’ll be missed.”
Helms said Clover was very active throughout the state in public safety organizations.
Enid Police Department Chief Brian O’Rourke said Clover was a friend and passionate about his job.
“Phil and I were good friends for the last 10, 11 years,” he said. “He’s done a lot for the fire department. He’s a great guy. He loved public safety and he had a passion for it.
        “He really cared about the city of Enid and he cared about the city of Enid Fire Department.”

The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK
October 25, 2011
Philip Raymond Clover
Published 10-26-11

Enid News & Eagle
ENID — Funeral service for Philip Raymond Clover, 58, will be 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, at First Baptist Church with Pastor Keith Miller officiating.  Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Family visitation will be 6-8 p.m. today at Anderson-Burris Funeral Home.
    Philip was born July 10, 1953, in Enid, Okla., and went to be with his Lord on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011, in Tulsa, Okla., doing what he loved most, helping his family.
        A true Enidite, Philip attended Garfield Elementary, Waller Junior High, Enid High School and Phillips University, graduating with bachelor degrees in secondary education and business.
        He married Terrie on June 26, 1987, in Enid, Okla.
        Philip began his career with the Enid Fire Department in 1977. He worked his way up through the ranks to Chief in 1996 and has served faithfully since. He was Enid’s youngest and longest-serving fire chief.
        Philip was selected by EHS Student Council as the recipient of the Pride of the Plainsmen award in 2010. In 1999, he received the Oklahoma State Fire Chiefs Association’s “Fire Chief of the Year” Award, the first-ever recipient.
        He served as president of the Fire Chief’s Association, chairman of the Red Cross, Our Daily Bread, local MDA and Salvation Army fundraising and Christmas in April. He was an avid Plainsmen booster.
        Philip’s career passion was Enid’s history and building tradition within the Fire Department. However, his true passion and love were his family. He gave selflessly and endlessly of himself to his wife, children and grandchildren. He was at every event possible from football games to programs to graduations and even sheep shows.
        Philip is survived by the love of his life, Terrie; his children, Jennifer and Brent Kisling of Enid, Okla., Jeff and Courtney Berg of Bixby, Okla., Andrea and Nathan Parker of Monument, Colo.; six grandchildren, Layne Kisling, Bree Kisling, Reagan Sibit, Jackson Berg, Creighton Berg and Charleigh Berg. He also is survived by Brad, Glorene and Desta Clover, and Jim and Jean Lewis.
        He was preceded in death by his sister, Debra Becker, and beloved grandparents, aunts and uncles.
        Memorial contributions may be made to Chief Clover’s Annual Firefighter Christmas Dinner (a favorite event of Philip’s for active and retired firefighters’ families to get together) or the Brent Hatcher Benevolent Fund (a fund for families of Oklahoma’s fallen firefighters).
        Condolences may be made online at www.andersonburris.com.
        Philip, Dad, Pop — For so long you’ve been the ribbon that ran through our family and held it together, and now it’s hard to imagine you’re gone. But we hold close to our hearts the many memories and lessons you’ve taught us along the way. Through good times and bad you showed us the art of giving. Giving didn’t always mean gifts and money, but by being there to lend support, you gave of yourself. Thank you for being the most wonderful and amazing husband, Dad and Pop. We will love you and miss you forever!
    Anderson-Burris Funeral Home
(Submitted by family)
http://enidnews.com/obituaries/x717135035/Philip-Raymond-Clover/print

Garfield County, Oklahoma
http://www.enidnews.com/archivesearch/local_story_189212636.html
Francis Walter Roush
spouse of Helen Marie Clover
Published 7-09-09

        Enid, OK — Francis “Frank” Walter Roush, formerly of Enid, Okla., went to be with the Lord on July 2, 2009, at his home in Dallas, Texas. He was 87 years old. He was born on March 10, 1922, in Augusta, Kan., to Lydia Leola Kelly-Roush.
        In November 1942, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and served with the 419th 10th Armored Field Artillery Division, Third Army in World War II. On a furlough, he married Helen Marie Clover on September 23, 1943. When the war was over, they moved back to Enid and made their home. In October 1945, he began his career as a knock engine mechanic at Champlin Oil Company refinery. He retired after 38 years in December 1982.
        He was an avid collector of ball point pens and had accumulated thousands. He loved to travel around the United States and attend World War II Army reunions and other family events. He loved to hold babies and would do so for hours.
        He is survived by his wife, Helen, of the home, one brother, Robert Roush of Wichita, Kan.; two daughters, Lydia Kiefer and husband, Jerald of Garland, Texas, and Cindy Stephens and husband, Wayne of Blackwell, Okla.; four grandchildren, Kurt Kiefer, Kelly McCormac, Karla Culver and Christi Stephens; six great-grandchildren, Preston and Brandon McCormac, Blake, Frankie and Bryce Culver and Jessica Myers; and numerous nieces and nephews.
        He was preceded in death by his mother and grandmother.
        Graveside services will be held, Friday, July 10, 2009, at 10:00 am at the Memorial Park Cemetery. Marvin D. Palmer will officiate. There will be a time visitation with the family from 6-9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
         
Garfield County, Oklahoma
Debra (Clover) Becker 
        Funeral services for Debra Lynne Becker, age 54, of Enid will be 2 p.m. Monday, March 13, 2006, in Willow View United Methodist Church. Rev. Lesly Broadbent will officiate. Interment services will be in the garden chapel of Memorial Park Cem-etery. There will be a family visitation from 6 to 8 p.m. today, March 12, 2006, in the Ladusau-Evans Chapel.
        Debra was born January 30, 1952, in Enid to Earl Bradford “Brad” and Glorene Faye “Goble” Clover and died Thursday, March 9, 2006, in St. Marys Regional Medical Center.  She grew up in the Enid area and was a graduate of Enid High School in 1970. She was employed by the Champlin Oil Co. in 1974. And later Debra worked for Tenneco Oil Co. until her retirement in 1984.
        On May 31, 1975, Debra married John Owen Becker in Enid.
        Debra was very active in the Boy Scouts of America where she was the recipient of the Silver Beaver Award. She was also a former member of DECA and a member of Willow View United Methodist Church. Debra also enjoyed sewing along with her arts and crafts.
        She is survived by her husband John Becker of the home; her parents, Brad and Glorene Clover of Enid; two children, Malanie Becker of Shidler, OK and John Randolph “Randy” Becker of Austin, TX; a brother, Phillip Clover and his wife Terrie of Enid; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her grandparents.
Memorials can be made through the funeral home to The American Diabetes Association.
http://www.enidnews.com/obituaries/local_story_071005410.html/resources_printstory


DOROTHY BUCKMASTER
        The funeral service for Dorothy Buckmaster, age 77, will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 22, 2008, at the First Assembly of God Church, with Rev. Marilyn Murray officiating. Private family burial will be in Wauko-mis Cem-etery with arrangements by Anderson-Burris Funeral Home. The casket will be open only at the funeral home for viewing.

She was born to Pete and Lena Jantz Becker on September 26, 1930, in Goltry and died Sunday, January 20, 2008, at the Methodist Home in Enid.
        Dorothy grew up in Goltry. On October 14, 1955, she married James Buckmaster in Enid, and they made their home in Enid. She worked as a medical record clerk at St. Mary’s Hospital until her retirement. Dorothy was a member of the First Assembly of God Church.
        She is survived by two daughters, LaDonna Clover and husband Lester Clover , and Yvonne Chapman and husband Jeff, all of Enid; four grandchildren, Cody Clover, of Oklahoma City, Kaylee Clover, Jasie Randol and husband Mike, and Abby Chapman, all of Enid; one brother Eugene Becker of Washington; and two sisters, Martha Swanson and Irene Hill, both of Enid.
        Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband James; and brother Reuben Becker.
Memorials may be made through the funeral home to Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation - Alzheimer’s Division.
Condolences may be made online at www.andersonburris.com.

Garfield County, Oklahoma
Joyce "Red" Levi Clover 
http://www.andersonburris.com/clover.htm
Born on July 10, 1914 Entered Into Rest on February 28, 2009 
Buried:  Memorial Park Cemetery         (Enid, OK)

      A graveside service for Joyce “Red” Clover, age 94, of Dallas, Oregon, formerly of Enid, will be at 11:00 A.M. Friday, March 6, 2009, at the Memorial Park Garden Chapel, with Rev. Dan Barrick officiating.  Arrangements are by Anderson-Burris Funeral Home.
     He was born to Phillip and Ellen (Branson) Clover on July 10, 1914, in Nash, OK and died Saturday, February 28, 2009 in Dallas, Oregon.
     He grew up north of Nash and attended school at Sandy Point, west of Hollie.  He later worked at CCC camps.  Levi married Opal McCormick, and they made their home in Enid.  He worked at the Champlin Refinery.  Due to ill health, he moved to Dallas, Oregon in 2002.
     Joyce is survived by two sons, Chuck Clover of Enid, and Lester Clover and wife LaDonna, of Enid: one daughter, Gloria Clover of Salem, OR; two grandchildren; and two sisters, Helen Rousch of Enid and Mona Biby of Nash.
     He was preceded in death by his wife Opal, five brothers,  and five sisters.
     Memorials may be made through the funeral home to Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. 

This obituary was published in the Shelbyville (Tennessee) Gazette.
http://www.tngenweb.org/bedford/Obituaries/Obituary_Index_1937.htm
I am putting this into Oklahoma also because it refers to Oklahoma Clovers. [Note burials in Enid, Oklahoma.]
Clover, Annie (Mrs), Carpenter, 65, "SG - Oct 14,  1937", pg 1, "husband: John Clover. parents: Mary Warner & L. L. Carpenter. 3 daughters: Mrs. Dale Johnston,  Misses Joanna & Helen Clover. Son: John R. Clover all of Enid,  Okla. Step mother Mrs. Tenie Carpenter. 2 sisters Mrs. Pleas Moon and Mrs Sam Cannon Sr. "


Obits: Index of Obituaries from The Enid News & Eagle (March 2002) Garfield Co., OK
CLOVER            Homer L.                             08 Mar 2002              09 Mar 2002       Enid News & Eagle

Some Military Veterans buried in Garfield County, Oklahoma  
http://bjsbytes.com/garfield/cem_cwar.htm
John R. Clover veteran Army of the Confederacy no other information
Willard T. "Bill" Clover born 1912 Seabees WW II buied in Memorial Park Cemetery, Enid, Oklahoma

U.S. Veterans Gravesites, National Cemetery Administration  
Name Birth Date Death Date Cemetery Cemetery Location
Homer L Clover 22 Jan 1922 8 Mar 2002 Memorial Park Cemetery Garfield County, OK

Enid, Oklahoma Cemetery Records   
 http://bjsbytes.com/garfield/ceme-C.htm
CLOVER, Helene C.
CLOVER, John R.
CLOVER, John Rogers
CLOVER, Nancy Ann  

Obituary Index, Letter C, Garfield County Genealogists, Enid, OK
OBITUARY INDEX
http://bjsbytes.com/garfield/obitsC.htm
CLOVER, Helene C. 15 JUL 1987


Grant County, Oklahoma
DONALD GENE CLOVER [Jefferson is in Grant County, Oklahoma]
        The funeral for Donald Gene Clover, 55, of Jefferson, will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Breckinridge. Rev. Arthur McCormick will officiate. Burial will be in the Breckinridge Lutheran Cemetery at 10 a.m. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, Pond Creek.
        Don was born December 6, 1949, in Enid, OK, and died Thursday, Nov. 10, 2005, at his home in Jefferson with family and friends at his side. He was the son of Homer L. and Dorothy Meier Clover and was a graduate of Enid High School. Don married Joyce G. Palmer on April 23, 1971. They made their home in Enid, moving to Breckinridge soon after. In 1977, they moved to Pond Creek. They made their home in Jefferson in 1989.
        Don was employed by USDA-NRCS as a soil conservation technician for 35 years, serving at the Garfield and Grant County Field Offices. He served as trustee for the town of Jefferson and was a member of the Moose Lodge of Enid. Don also served as vice president of the Oklahoma Centennial Chisholm Trail Cattle Drive Association and a member of the Pond Creek-Hunter Young Farmers, Quail Unlimited, National Rifle Association, and the American Chuck-wagon Association. Don enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, boating, riding his horses, competing in chuck wagon cook offs, and playing washers with family and friends.
        Don is survived by his wife Joyce G. Clover of Jefferson, daughter Mardeene and husband Glen Huschka of Dickinson, N.D., son Michael and wife Krista Clover, grandson Jacob Clover of Chandler, OK, his mother Dorothy and stepfather Ralph Eddington of Enid, brother Jack Clover of Carmen, OK, and sisters Connie Woolman of Grand Prairie, Texas, and Wanda Dempewolf of Blanchard, Ok, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends.
        He was preceded in death by his father, Homer Clover of Enid.
        Memorials may be made to the Oklahoma Centennial Chisholm Trail Cattle Drive Association, Rt. 2, Box 46, Medford, OK 73759, Hospice Circle of Love, or the Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery Fund.
        Many thanks to all those who were of help to the family during this difficult time.  The casket will be open at Wilson Funeral Home, Pond Creek on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Also, Monday and Tuesday from 9 a .m. to 5 p.m.
(Paid Obit 11-13-1)http://www.enidnews.com/obituaries/local_story_317005105.html

Kay County (Blackwell) and Vinita Counties
Oklahoma Newspaper Articles mostly obituaries.
http://okhistory.cuadra.com/starweb3/newspapers/servlet.starweb3?path=newspapers/newspaper.public.web
I do not have copies of these.  If you do, please let me know.
last name first name newspaper date page column
CLOVER ip E., Sgt. [cut off] Blackwell Journal-Tribune 06/27/1946 1 1
Clover H. B. Vinita Daily Chieftain 12/02/1903 4 3
Clover H. B. Vinita Weekly Chieftain 12/03/1903 8 1
CLOVER Lucy Fay (Mrs. Frank Rixse) Blackwell Journal-Tribune 08/08/1973 10 3
CLOVER Minnie Brown, Mrs. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 11/28/1956 1 3
CLOVER Mrs. Minnie Brown Blackwell Journal-Tribune 11/28/1956 1 3
CLOVER Mrs. Phillip Earl (Rosalie Eileen Combs) Blackwell Journal-Tribune 08/06/1996 8 1
CLOVER Myrtle Goldie (Mrs. Isaac Samuel Arnold) Blackwell Journal-Tribune 07/06/1995 8 1
CLOVER Orem R. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 11/20/1956 8 2
CLOVER Orville E. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 06/19/1979 8 6
CLOVER Phillip Blackwell Journal-Tribune 06/12/1957 8 6
CLOVER Phillip Blackwell Journal-Tribune 06/19/1957 10 5
CLOVER Phillip E. "Bud" Blackwell Journal-Tribune 02/23/1945 1 1
CLOVER Phillip E. "Bud", Sgt. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 08/04/1948 3 4
CLOVER Phillip E., Jr., Sgt. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 09/23/1945 6 2
CLOVER Phillip E., Sgt. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 08/05/1948 2 3
CLOVER Phillip E., Sgt. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 03/14/1945 2 1
CLOVER Phillip E., Sgt. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 06/27/1946 1 1
CLOVER Phillip Edward Blackwell Journal-Tribune 02/10/1953 7 8
CLOVER Phillip Edward Blackwell Journal-Tribune 02/11/1953 4 5
CLOVER Rosalie Eileen Combs (Mrs. Phillip Earl) Blackwell Journal-Tribune 08/06/1996 8 1
CLOVER Ruben Blackwell Morning Tribune 11/18/1935 3 4
CLOVER Ruben Blackwell Morning Tribune 11/21/1935 9 6
Clover S. S. Vinita Daily Chieftain 02/04/1905 1 3
Clover S. S. Vinita Weekly Chieftain 02/09/1905 3 1
Clover Seth (General) Vinita Indian Chieftain 11/22/1894 3 2
CLOVER Sgt. ip E. [cut off] Blackwell Journal-Tribune 06/27/1946 1 1
CLOVER Sgt. Phillip E. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 08/05/1948 2 3
CLOVER Sgt. Phillip E. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 03/14/1945 2 1
CLOVER Sgt. Phillip E. Blackwell Journal-Tribune 06/27/1946 1 1



Kiowa Co. OK - Kiowa County Democrat - August 24, 1916
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/kiowa/newspapers/aug1916.txt
INDEX KIOWA COUNTY DEMOCRAT
Snyder, Kiowa County, Oklahoma
Volume 11  Number 44 Thursday, August 24, 1916
Clover, John


Lincoln County, Oklahoma Oak Park Cemetery
http://www.okcemeteries.net/lincoln/oakpark/aoakpark.htm
        Chandler OK Lincoln County.
       Mr. Farrar surveyed this cemetery in 2001.

The records for this cemetery are available at Chandler City Hall {405} 258-3200.
CLOVER Arthur Lawrance 15 Aug 1903 31 Dec 1972  
CLOVER Dovie Edna {Pool} May 20 1911 Aug 19 2001 Wife of Raymond C. Clover
married Apr 15 1948
CLOVER Henry Earl 20 Oct 1901 03 Oct 1972  
CLOVER Mary Elizabeth 10 Mar 1911 07 May 1997


McIntosh County, Eufaula
Billie Sue Clover 1933 - 2011
        Billie Sue Clover, 78 died May 2, 2011 in Eufaula from complications from Alzheimer’s disease.  Billie was born March 17, 1933 to Sherman Nichols and Laura Graham Nichols, graduating from Eufaula High School in 1951 and was a lifetime resident of Eufaula.  She married Melvin Clover on February 24, 1953 in Fort Smith, Arkansas and returned to make her home in Eufaula.  A lifetime member of the First Assembly of God Church, she served as assistant church secretary and during church services frequently sang special songs, having a beautiful singing voice.  Billie retired from the Bank of Oklahoma in 1995 after a 28 year banking career that initially began with the Farmers & Merchants Bank.
        She is survived by her loving husband of 58 years, Melvin Clover, sons Mike Clover and his wife Terri of Shawnee and Eddy Clover and his wife Karen of Eufaula and grandsons, Michael, Matt and Mark also of Eufaula.  She loved her church and her family dearly, especially those three grandsons. 
        Services will be held 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 5, 2011 at the First Assembly of God Church in Eufaula, Oklahoma.  Interment will follow at the Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Hunn, Black & Merritt Funeral Home & Crematory.  Billie will be greatly missed by her family and friends.
  http://muskogeephoenix.com/obituaries/x1386016887/Billie-Sue-Clover
     

Muskogee County, Oklahoma - Cemeteries: HWY 69 South
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/muskogee/cemetery/hwy69sou.txt
Submitted by:   Tammy Thornton Turney
Clover        Anna S.           1900           May 1905      * John L.
Clover        John L.           1897           May 1905      * Anna S.

Thanks to patty at <kev@starnetok.net> for sending the following burial from Frozen Rock Cemetery, Muskogee, Oklahoma. This is available on findagrave.com including a picture of the family.  He is buried in an unmarked grave.  He was the second husband of Nancy Jane Hendricks Craft.
Harry Boyinton Clover
born August 12, 1877,  died April 3,1932


Oconto County, Oklahoma
Nola M. Chessmore CLOVER Oconto County Reporter
Nola M. Clover, 86, resident of Woodland Village died in Suring on February 13, 2000.
She was born in Coggon, Iowa, November 26, 1913 to the late Clyde and Lois (Hunter) Chessmore. Nola Chessmore married Irvin Clover in 1940. The couple owned and operated The V Bar in the City of Gillett from 1965 until closing in 1990. Nola greatly enjoyed her dog Max. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1970.
Survivors include her brother, Stanley Chessmore, of Coggon, IL, three sisters, Clarissa, Velma and Arvilla; many nieces and nephews. Nola was further preceded in, death by four brothers and two sisters.
Visitation will be held at Gruetzmacher Funeral Home in Suring on Wednesday, February 16, 2000 from 4 p.m. until services 7 p.m. at the Funeral Home with Linda Schmidt presiding. Following cremation, Nola will be interred in, Mountain Cemetery.
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wioconto/Obits/ncclover.htm


Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
The Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) - April 13, 2004  page 10A City Edition
 Imogene Clover, 79, retired grain elevator operator. Services 2 p.m. today (Jack Loftiss).
Duncan
 
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
The Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) - February 28, 1992  page 27
Daniel C. Clover, age 41, passed away Feb. 25, 1992. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Clover; brothers, Robert Clover and Joseph Clover; sisters, Betty Clover and Judy Clover; life partner, Bill Mendell; and special friends, Aaron Mendell and Michael Mendell. Memorial services will be held Friday, 8:00 p.m. at the First Congregational Church at 241 Cedar Ave. in Long Beach, Ca. Arrangements under the direction of Stricklin/Snively Mortuary (310) 426-3365.

Okmulgee County, Oklahoma
Senora Cemetery, Henryetta, Okmulgee County OK, transcribed by Shelley Lynch
 
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/okmulgee/cemetery/senora.txt
 CLOVER PHOEBE MAY 9 MAY 1900 30 MAY 1968


Pawnee County, Oklahoma
According to a lookup request,
there are no burials in Pawnee county with Clover or Pebsworth surname. This is according to the Pawnee County, Oklahoma Cemetery Index, by Mahlon Erickson.


Payne County, Oklahoma
Oak Grove Cemetery, Paradise Township, Payne County, Oklahoma
USGenweb Archives, Payne County, Oklahoma
1D -- Elva CLOVER      Oct 26, 1892

Payne County, Oklahoma.  
According to a lookup request, the Payne County Cemetery Index, by Mahlon Erickson, has the following Clovers.
Elia Clover, d. 26 Oct 1892, buried Oak Grove cemetery and grave purchased by C.C. Clover.
Grace Clover, age 3m, d. 29 Oct 1893, "d. of Joseph & Julia,"
buried in Fairlawn Cemetery,Stillwater.

Fairlawn Cemetery, Payne County,  OK [Stillwater]
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/payne/cemeteries/fairlawn-c-f.txt
CLOVER   GRACE         00/00/1893 10/29/1893 section 2 row 70 lot 1


Seminole County, OK - Maud, Oklahoma 100 Years of History
CLOVER           William E.                      39

Sequoia County, Oklahma
Lucille Bruton Clover, 75,  born 4 Apr 1927 died 5 Mar 2003  salesclerk, of Sallisaw Oklahoma died Wednesday. Service noon Friday, Sallisaw City Cemetery. Agent.
http://www.okgenweb.org/~oksequo2/cemeteries/sallisawcity.html
Published: 3/7/2003
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.
http://files.usgwarchives.net/ok/bryan/obits/durantdemocrat/index1999/feburary.txt
2-7-1999   No    Dykes, Margie       October 24, 1926         February 4, 1999        Henry Clover   Joe Dykes                  January 29, 1941            Restlawn Memorial Park  Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home
                                     Durant, OK               Sulphur Springs, TX     Rosie Dilbeck               May 13, 1972               Durant, OK                                      Sulphur Springs, TX




Tulsa County
Tulsa and Rogers Counties, Oklahoma
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 7/17/2009

10/7/2006
 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 http://www.tulsaworld.com/ourlives/article.aspx?subjectid=56&articleid=061007_De_a14_death&archive=yes

Tulsa (Oklahoma) World  October 7, 2006  page A14 Final Home Edition
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)
http://www.argenweb.net/marion/obit2000/query008.htm

http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/article.aspx?no=subj&articleid=20081219_Ob_obsn6449108
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 information. tgslibrary@cox.net
http://www.tulsagenealogy.org/library/funeralHList.asp?strGoTo=cl&strTo=b-z
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
http://www.interment.net/data/us/ok/tulsa/rosehill/c/rose_c4.htm
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

The following Clovers on the Tulsa, Oklahoma website.  This is a list of individuals in the Funeral Home Index.  See the site to see what is included.  The society will send copies for a nominal fee.

http://tulsagenealogy.org/library/funhmindx.html
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
 
Obituary: Tulsa World Publication Date: December 15, 1998
Obituary: Independence, Kan. -- Clarence A. Clover, 80, farmer, died Sunday.
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 @ kingfish4@cox.net <kingfish4@cox.net>
http://www.fisherfamilypages.com/articles/70snotes.htm


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 caught        
     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 buggy          
     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
     injured slightly.



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 Harrell.



 

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Native American Records

        Most of the Clovers with Native American blood lived in Arkansas and later Oklahoma.  However, they were out of the Mississippi Choctaw group. Since the records cover several states, I have put them all on the Native American page on the following page.

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