Kelley-Guthrie, 15 Apr 1948

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Kelley-Guthrie, 15 Apr 1948 - MONDAY BURIAL FOB x< .iMRS. HARRIETT FLETCHER...
MONDAY BURIAL FOB x< .iMRS. HARRIETT FLETCHER funeral rites for Mrs. Harriett Guthrie Fletcher, pioneer Stilwell resident, who died/early Sunday morning at her home here following several weeks of failing health, were held Monday after-' noon at •'" 2:30 in -the Roberts chapel, with Rev. R. M. Rosser, Methodist pastor, officiating. Burial was in the family l6£'iri ( New HqjE»e cemetery, r $ijen s * x °^ her j|i&ndsdh|i; John Sliders, Cy. : Cur- Hs, Jacfe|and $6e* Fletcher and oy.-Wayne and"J! T. Wofsham, jr., were bearers. Born .October 24, 1860, near Evansyille, Ark., Mrs. Fletcher was 87 'years, 5 months and 18 days of age. On April 10, 1879 she was married to B. G. Fletcher and to this union ten children were born, five of whom preceded her in death. Surviving are Mrs.. Margaret Sanders and C. L. Fletcher of Stilwell; Mrs>> Jeanette Gilley, Phoenix, Ari?.; Mrs. Eva Worsham, Stilwell and E. B. Fletcher of Grandview, Wash., who was unable to attend his mother's funeral because of illness. Mr. Fletcher preceded his wife in death many year ago. . Other survivors include 22 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren; one -sister, Mrs. Sally Kelley of Horn; two brothers, Walter Guthrie of Oklahoma City, and O. A. Guthrie of'Stilwell; a half sister, Mrs. A. Dornbrack, arid a half brother, Lee Guthrie, both of Stilwell. Mrs. Fletcher had been a member of the Methodist church since she was 16 years of age. •

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  1. Stilwell Democrat-Journal,
  2. 15 Apr 1948, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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