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Floy MacKall, 70, of Terlton, Oklahoma, died April 21, 1984 in the Tuilsa Osteopathic Hospital.
Services were held Tuesday with burial in the Oakhill cemetery in Mannford under the direction of Moore Funeral Home of Tulsa.
She is survived by her husband, Ralph, of the home. A son, Doyle of Mannford and four grandsons. Two sisters, Juanita Merriman and Cordie Stephens.
She was a charter member of the Keystone Historical Society and a worker at their Annual Arts and Crafts show.
Funeral services for Joyce Lockhart McBee were held at the Hinton First Christian Church at 2 p.m. on April 12, 1986. Officiating was Tony Thornton. Interment was in the Hinton Cemetery under the direction of the Hinton-Turner Funeral Home.
Joyce Lockhart McBee was born east of Hinton, Ok., on August 21, 1922. She died at her home, near Hinton, on April 10. McBee had lived most of her life in the Hinton area. She and Charles Clifford McBee were united in marriage on March 25, 1939, at El Reno, Ok. She was a mother and a housewife.
She is survived by her husband Clifford of the home; son Charles McBee of Hinton; daughters Brenda Martin of Yukon, Ok. and Marilyn Krigbaum of Mannford; her mother Emma Lockhart of El Reno, Ok.; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and three brothers Curtis of Clinton, Ok., Jimmie of Fallbrook, Ok., and Royal Lockhart of Citrus Heights, California.
She was preceded in death by a son, James Clifford McBee, two granddaughters, her father James Lockhart and a sister Ardell Elliott.
Funeral services for Bob McBride were held at 10 a.m. September 24 in the Oilton Church of God Church.
McBride was born March 24, 1929, in Byars, Ok., to Jack and Elva McBride and died September 21 in Iowa Park, Texas, at the age of 57.
He is survived by his parents Jack and Elva McBride of Oilton; sons Steve of Sand Springs, Gary of Mannford and James, Charles and Donald Wayne McBride all of Tulsa; four grandchildren; brothers Bill, Ted, Leon and Doyle McBride and sisters Eva Randolf, Jana Phillippe, Bonnie Sweeten and Linda Bowen.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Peck Funeral Home.
(See: MCBRIDE, Jack Martin.)
Funeral services for Jack Martin McBride were held October 1, 1986, at 10 a.m. at the Cimarron Valley Church of God in Oilton. He was born July 4, 1908, in Salem, Arkansas, to Anna Bell and Robert Samuel McBride and died September 28 in the Drumright Memorial Hospital, he was 78.
He and the former Elva Faye Butler were married in Marrston, Arkansas, in 1929.
Survivors are his wife of the Oilton home; children, Bill and Ted of Sand Springs, Leon of Kingfisher and Doyle McBride of Drumright, Bonnie Sweeten of Oilton, Jana Phillippe of Stillwater and Linda Bowen of Mannford; 26 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a daughter Betty Sue McBride and a son Bob McBride.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Peck Funeral Home of Oilton.
From "The Mannford Eagle," Mannford, Oklahoma, October 22, 1986
Jack Martin McBride
Funeral services were held for Jack Martin McBride, Oilton, on October 1st at the Cimarron Valley Church of God in Oilton.
McBride was born on July 4, 1908 in Salem, Arkansas to Robert and Anna Bell McBride. He married the former Elva Butler on September 1, 1928 in Marrston, Arkansas. He died September 28, 1986 in the Drumright Hospital. He is survived by his wife; four sons, Bill and Ted of Sand Springs, Leon of Kingfisher, and Doyle of Drumright; four daughters, Eva Randolph of Oklahoma City, Bonnie Sweeten, Oilton, Janna Phillippe of Stillwater, and Linda Bowen of Mannford. He leaves 26 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by one son, Bob, and one daughter, Betty Sue.
Officiating at the service was Pastors Bill Ryan, Gary Krlin, and Gregory McBride, his grandson. The funeral was under the direction of Peck Funeral Home in Oilton.
(Note: See MCBRIDE, Bob.)
Graveside services were held for Charles McCann, Stillwell, Oklahoma, Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. at the North Drumright Cemetery. The Rev. Frances Boyer officiated.
McCann was born December 22, 1917, in Drumright, he was 66. For the past five years he was a resident of Stillwell.
He is survived by his wife Blanche of the home; sons Edward Lee of Dallas, Texas and Ronny Carl McCann of Washington; daughter Linda Cline; sisters Lola Faye Spayd of Oklahoma City, Martha Needhan of Muskogee, Viola May Thompson of Rupert, Idaho, and Elizabeth Taber of Mannford; brothers Benny of Hobbs, New Mexico and Bluford McCann of Arkansas and five grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Smith Funeral Home.
Graveside services were held at 10 a.m. November 10, 1986, at the Okmulgee Cemetery for Dorothy McCartney, who died November 7 at the Drumright Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Francis Boyer officiated.
McCartney was born March 14, 1923, at Okmulgee, Ok., and had made her home in Drumright for the past 54 years, after moving here from DeNoya, Oklahoma. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Drumright and had been baptized in the First Baptist Church in Shamrock. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Helen Metz. One brother, Lawrence McCartney, Drumright, survives her.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Don Smith Funeral Home.
From the "News Journal," Mannford, Oklahoma, January 21, 1987
I often think of the late Mrs. McCartney, a neighbor of mine. When her daughter-in-law, Pat, married Lawrence and moved to the country, her mother-in-law told her, "What ever you do -- don't learn to drive the tractor." Good advise, a wise woman.
Onie Letha McConnell
Onie Letha McConnell of Cleveland, Oklahoma passed away on October 17, 1988; she was 75 years old. Born in Sherman City, Kansas on March 5, 1913 to her parents, Oscar and Amanda Dodson. On July 7, 1928, she married Raymond Ralph McConnell in Cushing, Oklahoma. Mrs. McConnell was a member of the First United Methodist Church, the Pawnee Democrat Women's Club and the Eastern Star.
She is survived by 1 son: Billy McConnell of Tulsa; 1 daughter: Barbara Blair of Cleveland. 1 brother: O.C. Dodson of Oklahoma City and 1 sister: Winnie Mosor of Perkins. Five grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on October 20, 1988, 2:00 p.m., at the Methodist Church. Interment at Woodland Cemetery. Rev. Orra Compton officiated.
Mrs. Pearl McConnel
Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl McConnel, 82, of Cushing, Okla, were held on Wednesday, August 12 at 2:00 p.m. in the Linwood Chapel of the Hackler Funeral Home. The Rev. Douglas Shivers of Ponca City officiated. Interment was conducted in the Fairlawn Cemetery under the direction of the Hackler Funeral Home.
A native of Oklahoma, Mrs. McConnell was born March 12, 1905 at McKee and was the daughter of the late Wyatt Peal Williams and Katie Susan Gragg Williams. She was raised and received her early education in Eastern Oklahoma at Vian and Stigler.
In 1923 she married R. L. Cranke and they moved to Cushing in 1928. She was later married to Earnest McConell in 1940, who preceded her in death on December 19, 1979. She was employbed as a nurse's aid until her retirement. Mrs. McConnell died early Monday morning in the Colonial Plaza Nursing Home where she had been a resident since March of this year.
Survivors include four daughters: Ena M. Gafford of Montgomery, Ala., Alma C. Carpenter of Sulphur, Ruth A. Porter of Cushing and Pattie E. Howard of Ponca City; three sons: Ralph L. Cranke, Jr. of Medford, James F. Cranke of Mannford and Dennis P. McConnell of Lawton; one sister: Lucille Turner of Sacramento, Calif.; 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
(Notes: See CRANKE, Ralph L., Sr.
Notice the three different spellings of Mrs. McConnell's surname)
Former Mannford resident Forrest McCrackin died on Wednesday, October 26, at the Yale Nursing Home. He was 79 years old.
McCrackin was born on September 23, 1909, in Mannford and was a resident of this area for most of his life.
McCrackin was preceded in death by one son, Leslie Glenn.
McCrackin is survived by wife, Rachel of the home; three sons, Charles of Mannford, Floyd of Jennings and Loyd of the home; two daughters, Violet Lewis of Mounds and Pauline Payne of Jennings.
Interment was at Oak Hill Cemetery.
Lula Vaughn McCrackin, 85, of Mannford, died Friday in a Tulsa hospital.
She was born on January 13, 1901, in Jerico Springs, Missouri, and was the daughter of the late William Stottlemyre and the late Sarah Rice Stottlemyre. She was a Methodist and a housewife.
Survivors include one daughter, Charlotte Everett of Tulsa; three sons, A.J. McCrackin and Bob McCrackin, both of Mannford, and Merle McCrackin of Tulsa; nine grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
Services were Monday at 2 pm in the Mobley-Dodson Chapel, 211 East Broadway in Sand Springs.
Burial was in Woodland Cemetery with arrangements by Mobley-Dodson Funeral Services of Sand Springs.
Zachary David McCutcheon, one day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCutcheon, Mannford, was given funeral rites at 10 a.m. Thursday in Mobley-Dodson chapel with Pastor Lee Sweatt officiating. Burial was in Mannford's Oak Hill Cemetery under direction of Mobley Dodson Funeral Home, Sand Springs.
Zachary David was born May 5 in Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital, Tulsa.
Survivors in addition to the parents are one brother, Joshua Allen, of the home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Farrow, Mannford, and Jeanie Jones, Sand Springs; great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Sweatt, Hallett, and Mrs. Ollie Farrow, Mannford; and several uncles and aunts.
(See: FARROW, Ollie Edna)
Funeral services for George Elmer McDade were held Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1986, at 1 p.m. at the Assembly of God Church in Drumright. George died Sunday, Jan. 19, 1986 at the Drumright Memorial Hospital.
George McDade was born Jan. 17, 1886, at Poulk, Arkansas and had made Drumright his home for the last twenty years. George was preceded in death by his wife, Ada, and one son, Robert McDade of Drumright.
Officiating at his services was Rev. Charles McDade. The organist was Wilma Mills and serving as vocalist was Bob Ward. Mr. McDade's grandsons, Lavern, David, John and Wayne McDade, Bobby and Mack Burgess served as pallbearers.
Interment was in the Okemah Cemetery with funeral arrangements under the direction of the Don Smith Funeral Home.
Bonnie Lee McDaniel was born May 30, 1907 in Bower, Oklahoma to Frank and Zula Terrill. She died July 21, 1985 in the Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the age of 78 years.
Bonnie was a former long-time resident of Oilton and member of the First Baptist Church. She is survived by: her son, Dale McDaniel, and his wife, Beth, of Tulsa, Oklahoma; two sisters, Rilla Harmon and Ruby Harris; two brothers, Valus and Tessie Terrill; a granddaughter, Lynn Zeliff; four grandsons, Brian McDaniel, Keith McDaniel, Ryan Zeliff, and Gregory Barnard. Also a brother-in-law, Burnie Mann; and many nieces and nephews.
Bonnie was preceded in death by one sister, Bessie Mann, and two brothers, Omer and Floyd Terrill.
The funeral was held at the First Baptist Church in Oilton on July 22, under the direction of Peck Funeral Home.
Mae Edith McDaniel, born February 4, 1901 to Dora Bell and John Hammock in Waynesville, Ark., died Saturday, February 20, 1988, in the Cushing Regional Hospital.
Mae married Oscar McDaniel on January 8, 1920. From this union are nine children. She was preceded in death by her husband Oscar, one son and one daughter. She is survived by seven children: Howard McDaniel, Oilton; Darrell McDaniel, Drumright; Imogene of the home in Oilton; Maxine Ausbrook, Wanda Record and Oleta Rush, all of Cushing; and Reba Ward of Mannford. Also 21 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren; and 7 great-great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Tuesday, February 23, 1988 in the Highland Cemetery, Oilton, Ok. under the direction of Peck Funeral Home.
(See: HAMMOCK, John Wilber)
Sadie Marie McDaniel
Funeral services were held December 10, 1986 at 2 p.m. at the Highland Cemetery in Oilton for Sadie Marie McDaniel.
She was born to Bertha and Jesse Deathrage on October 14, 1927, at Pitcher, Ok., and died at the St. Francis Hospital on December 7 at the age of 59.
She and Howard McDaniel were united in marriage in Chandler in 1943. She was a member of the First Free Will Baptist Church of Oilton.
Survivors include children Sandy Wise of Agra, Kathy Hancock of Broken Arrow, Rick of OIlton and Teddy McDaniel of Drumright; her husband Howard of the home; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers and four sisters.
She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Peck Funeral Home.
Audrey McDonald, 92, of Englewood, Colorado, passed away on Wednesday, September 9, 1987.
She was born on July 17, 1895 in Calumet, Ok. In 1918 she graduated from Southwestern State College in Weatherford, Ok. and received her Bachelor of Science from Central State University in Edmond, Ok.
On July 9, 1921, she married Clarence Randle McDonald, M.D. in Oklahoma City, Ok. He predeceased her in 1948.
Mrs. McDonald was a Past Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star; a member of the White Shrine; Ladies Auxilliary Volunteer at Park View Hospital in El Reno, Ok.; Retired Teacher's Association; Oklahoma Education Association; the Oklahoma Democratic Party and a member of the Baptist Church.
She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Dixie Wilkerson, of Englewood, Colorado; and Mrs. Lois Gatlin of Laurel, MD; 4 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren and 4 sisters.
Services were held at the Rose Hill Cemetery in Tulsa, Ok., on Monday, September 14, at 2:00 p.m. and entombment was in the Rose Hill Mausoleum in Tulsa, Ok.
The family requests those who wish may make memorial gifts to the Salvation Army or the charity of their choice.
From the "News Journal," Mannford, Oklahoma, September 23, 1987
Services were held Sept. 14, 1987 for Audrey McDonald at Rose Hill Cemetery in Tulsa. Audrey died at her daughter's home in Englewood, Colorado on Sept. 9, 1987 at the age of 92 years. Entombment was at Rose Hill Mausoleum.
She was born on July 17, 1895 in Calumet, Oklahoma. In 1918 she graduated from Southewestern State College, Weatherford, Ok. and received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Central State University at Edmond. On July 9, 1921 she was married to Clarence Randle McDonald, M.D. in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He preceded her in death in 1948.
She was active in Eastern Star (Past Worthy Matron), White Shrine, Ladies Auxilliary Volunteer at Park View Hospital in El Reno, Ok.; the Retired Teacher's Association, Oklahoma Education Assoc., Oklahoma Democratic Party, and the Baptist Church.
She is survived by two daughters Mrs. Dixie Wilkerson of Englewood, CO, and Mrs. Lois Gatlin of Laurel, MD. Four grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and four sisters also survive.
Earl Henry McDonald, 1428 Johnson Drive, Cushing, died November 7, 1986, in the Cushing Regional Hospital at the age of 71.
The son of Jeff and Fannie McDonald, he was born Decmeber 29, 1914, at Antlers, Ok. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Clifford McDonald.
McDonald served in the U.S. Army for 22 years until his retirement in 1968.
He was united in marriage to Nellie M. Howe Dickinson on June 27, 1947, at Washington, Missouri.
Surviving are his wife, Nellie M. McDonald of the home; step-sons Bob G. and Jerry Dickinson both of Cushing; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchldren and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held in the Bailes Funeral Chapel at 2 p.m. November 10 with the Rev. Mike Cox, of the Oak Creek Baptist Church officiating. Music was by Leota Fincher at the organ and vocalist was the Rev. Jerry Smith.
Pallbearers were Tommy and Harvey Wright, J.P. McDonald, Mike and Kenney Dickinson and Rick Knoch.
Interment was in the Shamrock Cemetery with services under the direction of the Bailes Funeral Home.
Graveside services were held Saturday, July 2, 1988 at 10 a.m. at the Oilton Cemetery for James Raymond McDonald, age 55, of Mannford, Oklahoma. Officiating was Rev. George Brock, II.
James Raymond McDonald was born April 21, 1932 at Oilton, Oklahoma and was an employee of the Tulsa Tube Bending Company. Mr. McDonald had lived in this area most of his life and had served in the U.S. Navy.
James is survived by two brothers, William Jackson McDonald, Lovington, New Mexico, and John A. McDonald, Eugene, Oregon. Two sisters, Nora Mae Bates, Canadian, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Cecil Thornhill, Drumright.
Interment was in the Oilton Cemetery with funeral arrangements under the direction of the Don Smith Funeral Home.
Graveside services for Rosa McElrath were held at 10 a.m. Friday at the North Drumright Cemetery. The Rev. George Brock III officiated.
She died April 24 in the Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital in Tulsa. She was born Septmeber 28, 1896 at Ardmore, she was 87.
Since 1923 she had been a resident of this area.
Her husband Stanley, preceded her in death in 1948.
She is survived by daughters Alice Rooks, Jo McElrath and Myrtle Taylor of Tulsa and Lillian Spencer of Drumright and sons Bill of Carlsbad, New Mexico, Everett of Fort Myers, Fla., and Dean McElrath of Tulsa. One son Clayton McElrath preceded her in death.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Smith Funeral Home.
Funeral services for Webb McFadden, 88, Tulsa, will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Moore's Eastlawn Chapel. Interment will be in Floral Haven Cemetery. He died Monday.
He was a veteran of World War I and retired from Deep Rock and General American Oil Company and a former resident of the Shamrock area.
He was preceded in death in November 1983 by his wife of 61 years, Mildred Hann McFadden.
He was born November 1, 1895 at Deer Creek Indian Territory.
He is survived by daughters Mrs. J.E. (Ivis) Cumbey of Mounds and Mrs. T.J. (Naomi) Booth of Tulsa; son Marion Webb McFadden of Broken Arrow; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
He was affiliated with the Will Rogers United Methodist Church.
He and his family moved to Shamrock in 1924, to Olive in 1960 and in 1976 to Tulsa at 8944 E. Third Place.
The family will be received after the services at the home of a granddaughter, Mrs. R.G. (Jana) Mercer, 7902 S. Garnett Road.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Moore's Eastlawn Funeral Home in Tulsa.
Bessie Mae McGee, age 84 of 102 W. Second St., Oilton, passed away January 6, 1988 in the Drumright Memorial Hospital. She was born December 17, 1903 in Independence County, Ark.
Survivors are four sons, Nathan Prince of Joliet, Ill., Charles Prince Jr. of Oilton, William A. Prince of Richmond, Va., and William McGee of Dalton, Ga.; two daughters, Ann Judson of Rim Rock, Ariz. and Sherry Mandru of Tampa, Fla.; 18 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, January 9, 1988 at the Highland Cemetery in Oilton with the Rev. Jerry Smith officiating.
Interment was held in Highland Cemetery under the direction of the Bailes Funeral Home.
Funeral services were held Saturday, February 13, 1988 at 1:00 p.m. in the Resurrectional Memorial Chapel, Oklahoma City, for Aubra Ann McIlwain. Officiating was Pastor David Schemm of the St. Mark Lutheran Church, Edmond, Ok.
Aubra Ann McIlwain was born October 29, 1962 at Bangor, Maine and had lived most of her life in Oklahoma City. Aubra had graduated from the Putnam City North High School and had made her home in Honolulu, Hawaii for the past four months where she was employed with Continental Airlines as a flight attendant.
Aubra died February 8, 1988 from injuries sustained in an accidental fall while attending a football game at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. She was preceded in death by her mother, Carolyn Sue McIlwain, February 6, 1979.
She is survived by her father and step-mother, Ted and Connie McIlwain, Oklahoma City; her sisters, Scarlet Kettner, Oklahoma City and Tracy McIlwain, Whibdey, Washington; her grandmother, Eunice McIlwain, Drumright; and two step-sisters, Jackie and Joanna Schindler, both of Oklahoma City.
Interment was in the Resurrection Memorial Cemetery, Oklahoma City, with fuenral arrangements under the direction of the Don Smith Funeral Home.
"MANNFORD BANKER RITES SET SATURDAY"
MANNFORD -- Funeral services for Mannford banker Charles R. McIntire will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in First Christian Church.
Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery with Mobley-Dodson Funeral Home of Sand Springs in charge.
McIntire, 54, died Wednesday in a Tulsa hospital after an apparent heart attack. He was senior vice president and cashier of Mannford State Bank.
A Bristow native, McIntire was reared in Mannford and was a graduate of Mannford High School.
He worked in his family's grocery business until joining the Mannford bank 17 years ago.
McIntire was a member of First Christian Church and chairman of the Oak Hill Cemetery board. A 32nd-degree Mason, he was a member of Mannford Masonic Lodge and the Scottish Rite Consistory.
Survivors are his wife, Nancy; two daughters, Lisa McKinney and Lori Thomas, both of Mannford; three brothers, Bill McIntire, of Fort Worth, Jack and John McIntire, both of Mannford; six sisters, Colleen Wilkerson of Houston, Donna Alkire of Plano, Texas, Lois McClain and Glenda Davis both of Sand Springs, Melba Sudar of El Dorado, Ark., and Sheri Baugh of Hurst, Texas; and one grandchild.
"BANK VICE PRESIDENT DIES"
From "The Mannford Eagle," Mannford, Oklahoma, February 3, 1988
Charles R. McIntire, 54, of Mannford, passed away on Wednesday, January 27, 1988 in a Tulsa hospital following an apparent heart attack.
Mr. McIntire was the Senior Vice-President and Cashier of the Mannford State Bank where he had been employed for the past 17 years.
He was born on November 23, 1922 in Bristow and reared in Mannford, where he moved in 1942. He was a Mannford High School graduate of the Class of 1952.
Following his graduation he was employed by Les Hinton of the Mannford Trading Company as store manager.
On June 24, 1955 he married Nancy Krotzer in Mannford.
Mr. McIntire was one of the original organizers of the Mannford Volunteer Fire Department. of which he was Fire Chief from 1966 to 1973, when he retired after 20 years of service.
He held the office of City Treasurer for 14 years and was a past Mannford Mayor (1983-1985). He was a member of the Town Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Oak Hill Cemetery Board. He served on the Mannford Board of Edcuation for eight years.
Mr. McIntire was a member of the Mannford Masonic Lodge No. 515, where he held all-chairs, and a 32nd Degree Mason of the Tulsa Scottish Rite.
He was a past active member of the Mannford Lions Club, until 1968, and for a 12 year period, held a perfect attendance record.
Survivors include his wife, Nancy, of the home; two daughters and sons-in-law, Lisa and Jeff McKinney and Lori and Mark Thomas; one grandson, Kirk Allen Thomas, all of Mannford; three brothers, Bill McIntire, of Fort Worth, Texas; Jack McIntire and John McIntire, both of Mannford; six sisters, Colleen Wilkerson of Houston, Texas; Donna Alkire of Plano, Texas; Melba Sudar of El Dorado, Arkansas; Lois McClain and Glenda Davis, both of Sand Springs, and Sheri Baugh of Hurst, Texas.
Services were held on Saturday, January 30, 1988 at 2:00 p.m., at the Mannford First Christian Church, where he was a long-time member. The Rev. Gary L. Smith officiated with interment following in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Mannford, under the direction of the Mobley-Dodson Funeral Home.
A memorial fund has been set up at the Mannford State Bank for Oak Hill Cemetery improvements to be made in the honor and memory of Charles R. McIntire.
He will be greatly missed as a solid member of the Mannford community.
From the "News Journal," Mannford, Oklahoma, February 3, 1988
Charles R. McIntire, 54, of Mannford, died Wednesday.
Born Nov. 23, 1933 in Bristow, he married Nancy Krotzer on June 24, 1955 in Mannford. He was a member of the Mannford First Christian Church, Mannford Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite and was a 32nd Degree Mason. He attended Mannford High School and was senior vice president and cashier of Mannford State Bank and chairman of the Oak Hill Cemetery board.
Survivors include his wife, of the home; two daughters, Lisa McKinney and Lori Thomas, both of Mannford; six sisters, Colleen Wilkerson of Houston, Texas; Donna Alkire of Plano, Tx.; Lois McClain and Glenda Davis, both of Sand Springs, Melba Sudar of El Dorado, Ark.; and Sheri Baugh of Hurst, Tx.; three brothers, Bill McIntire of Fort Worth, Tx.; and Jack and John McIntire, both of Mannford; and one grandson.
Services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Mannford First Christian Church with the Rev. Gary L. Smith officiating. Burial followed in Oak Hill Cemetery, Mannford, under the direction of Mobley-Dodson Funeral Service.
Howard Raymond McKaughan of Route 2, Glencoe, passed away at the Stillwater Medical Center Wednesday, December 18th at the age of 78.
Mr. McKaughan was born in Hallett, Oklahoma on February 21, 1907, to Ona E. and Martha Lucinda (Fritzsinger) McKaughan. He married Lena May Berry on April 29th, 1926 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He came to the area at the age of five with his parents who settled in the Ingalls area. He lived East of Stillwater for the remainder of his life. He was still active in raising stock cattle at the time of his death.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lena McKaughan; five sons, Mr. Clifford McKaughan of West of Stillwater; Mr. Ival McKaughan of Mannford; Mr. Harold McKaughan of Tulsa; Mr. Jim McKaughan of Sand Springs and Mr. Gilbert McKaughan of Ark City, Kansas; two daughters, Mrs. Flossie Focht of Ripley and Mrs. LaVerne Reece of Yale; also one brother, Mr. Floyd McKaughan of Stillwater and two sisters, Mrs. Mabell Madison of Stilwater and Mrs. Eva Ward of St. Louis, Missouri; also 28 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two infant sons, 5 brothers, 3 sisters and 1 grandson.
Services were held at 2:00 P.M. Friday, December 20th, at the Strode Chapel with The Reverend Warren Lamons officiating. Interment was in Ingalls Cemetery with the Stroud Funeral Home in charge.
From "The Mannford Eagle," Mannford, Oklahoma, January 2, 1986
Howard Raymond McKaughan, 78, of Glencoe, father of Ival McKaughan of Mannford, was given funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, December 20, in the Strode Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Warren Lamons officiated. Burial was in Ingalls Cemetery with Strode Funeral Home directing arrangements.
Mr. McKaughan died December 18 in the Stillwater Medical Center. Born in Hallett, Ok., March 21, 1907 to Ona E. and Martha Lucinda Fritzinger McKaughan, he moved with his parents to the Ingalls area at the age of five and lived east of Stillwater the remainder of his life, working as a farmer-stockman. He was still actively engaged in cattle raising at the time of his death.
Mr. McKaughan was married to Lena May Berry April 29, 1926, in Stillwater. She survives him, as do five sons and two daughters, one brother and two sisters, 26 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren.
Two infant sons, five brothers, three sisters and a grandson preceded him in death.
Sons in addition to Ival of Mannford are: Clifford, west of Stillwater; Harold, of Tulsa; Jim, of Sand Springs and Gilbert, of Arkansas City, Kan. Daughters are Mrs. Flossie Focht of Ripley and Mrs. LaVerne Reece of Yale. The brother is Floyd McKaughan of Stillwater and sisters are Mrs. Mabell Madison of Stilwater and Mrs. Eva Ward, St. Louis, Mo.
(Note: There are several differences in these obituaries)
Funeral services were held at 2PM Friday, Nov. 8, 1985 at the Church of God, for Nettie McLaughlin, who died Tuesday, Nov. 5, at South Community Hospital in Oklahoma City.
Nettie was born October 10, 1895 in Indiana and lived in the Drumright Community since 1929. On December 20, 1911, Nettie and her late husband, Harley McLaughlin, were united in marriage at Wewoka, Oklahoma. Harley preceded her in death on December 15, 1966.
Officiating at her service was J. W. Riley Phillippe. The organist was Odessa Dyer and serving as vocalist was Thelma Black and Jeff Hunter. Pallbearers were Marvin McLaughlin, Willie McLaughlin, Raymond McLaughlin, Olen Shirrel, Bill Shirrel and Ralph Dean.
Her survivors include four daughters, Nora Johnson of Oklahoma City, Irene Major, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Elvera Welty, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mary Hall of Purcell, Oklahoma; five sons, Joseph Harvey McLaughlin, Hugo, Charles Leroy McLaughlin of Drumright, Claude Edward McLaughlin, Drumright, Cecil McLaughlin, Oklahoma City and Marion Otis McLaughlin of Cushing, Oklahoma. One brother, Loyd Beasley, Sedan, Kansas and one sister, Flo Melton of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Nettie had thirty-two grandchildren, fifty-four great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.
Interment was in the Drumright North Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of the Don Smith Funeral Home.
Josephine McWilliams, 72, of Stockston, California, formerly of Shamrock died Friday, April 18, 1986, at Tracy, California.
She was born at Shamrock September 17, 1914 to Isham and Mary Owensby.
Survivors are son Bill McWilliams of Stockston, Calif.; daughter Mrs. Mary Baxter of Mesa, Arizona; brothers Cecil of Sapulpa, Bartley of Richmond, Calif. and Jess Owensby of West Point, Calif. and sister Mrs. Hazel Cooper of Mesa, Arizona.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. April 25 at the Shamrock Cemetery with Phillip Pruitt officiating.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Bailes Funeral Home.
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