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Name of Deceased: Esther May Willliams Jones
Newspaper: Unknown
Date: Unknown
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: Esther May Williams Jones, daughter of G. B. M. and Jane Williams, was born May 1, 1891, and died at the home of her daughter, T. H. Godwin, in Seminole, Okla., May 10, 1940. She was 49 years and 9 days of age.
She was united in marriage to C. A. Pat Jones December 16, 1908. To them were born seven children: Mrs. Lucille Weed of Springfield, J. B. Jones of Seminole, Okla., Freeda Gowdin, Seminole, Okla., Carl Jones of LaHarbor, Calif., Bettie Jane of Seminole, Okla., Irvin Jones and William Jones.
Her husband and two sons, Irvin and William, preceded her in death. She is survived by five children, five grandchildren, one sister, Elizabeth Dowell of LaHarbor, Calif., and three brothers, Charles Williams of Hamilton, Kan., John Williams of Seattle, Wash., and Roy Williams of Canada.
She united with the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church a number of years ago and remained a faithful member until death. She was a faithful companion and loving mother, and will be missed by her many friends.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. E. H. Michalkowsky at the Jones Funeral Home Tuesday at 2 p.m. Burial followed in Oak Lawn cemetery under direction of L. B. Jones.


Name of Deceased: Samuel M. Junkins
Newspaper: Unknown
Date: April 17, 1913
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: S. M. Junkins who was born May 12, 1878, died April 12, 1913, age 34 years and 11 months.
At the age of 19 years he was married to Susie Burtin, to this union three children were born all of whom survive him.
Samie, as he was commonly called, was loved by all who know him. He was a loyal husband, a kind father, and a dear friend. He was devoted to Sunday school work, and was always a good adviser to the Sunday school.
Through all of his sickness he never once complained, always believing that God's way was best. He was always patient until the end.
All was done for him that loving hands could do, and the loyalty of the members of the I. O. O. F. lodge showed the love they have for their brothers.
By his request he was laid to rest at the Cedar Ridge cemetery, at 2 o'clock Sunday, April 13th.
Jessie Brackley.


Name of Deceased: Thomas J. Junkins
Newspaper: Unknown
Date: April 27, 1905
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: The subject of this sketch, T. J. Junkins, was born January 3, 1837 and died February 28, 1905; aged 68 years, 1 month and 25 days.
Mr. Junkins united with the Baptist church when a young man while living in the state of Maine. A short time afterward he came west and located in Kansas, where he resided until about thirty-five years ago when he came to Dallas county where resided until the death angel summoned him to his home in heaven.
After coming to this county he united with the Christian church at Pea Ridge, 1873, and remained a faithful servant of his Master until death. He will be greatly missed by his family, his friends and the community in which he lived. He was a kind father, and excellent neighbor and a worthy citizen. If his life were imitated by our citizens the quality of the county's manhood would be improved. It pleased him to see his children advance in life with a Godly walk and his instrutions to them was always in keeping with Holy Writ.
His remains were interred in the Benton Branch cemetery.
He leaves to mourn his death a wife and eight children and a host of friends; and to whom we would say; Weep not for him who's won the race And through true faith rests in God's grace; But only live and trust in God, And you'll meet when the long rough way is trod.


 

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