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The Hominy News-Republican
May 24, 1917
On Monday, May 21, John W. PRIVETT answered the last roll call, after
almost seventy years of earthly career.
He was born in Wayne County, Kentucky March 12, 1850. Was Married there and later moved to Missouri where he lived eight years, then to Kansas and 25 years ago came to Osage county where he has since resided.
Mr. PRIVETT was injured by being thrown from a horse when a boy and never entirely recovered. For four years he was helpless on account of the injury and his death may have been sooner on account of it. He had been married for almost fifty years and was the father of ten children, eight of whom, with the mother, survive him.
Funeral services were held at the Nazarene church, of which he was a member, at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon, Rev. E.L. LOUMAN officiating.
Mr. PRIVETT was one of the early settlers in Osage county and a farmer who knew the business thoroughly. He had a nice home in town but spent much of his time on the farm. He was a good worker and a good citizen, a good husband, father, and Christian gentleman.
His family and his neighbors sorrow at his going.
Friday November, 12, 1926
Mrs. John PRIVETT died November 4, at the age of 74 years and 3
Funeral services were held from the Nazarene Church the following day at 2:30 p.m. by Rev. J. A. RUSSELL of Bartlesville assisted by Rev. W. H. BARLOW of Hominy. Interment was made in the Hominy cemetery.
Privett Services Are Conducted Sunday At The Nazarene Church
Funeral services were held Sunday for T. M. PRIVETT, 50, who died suddenly Friday night at his home in Hominy from a heart attack. PRIVETT had only recently recovered from a serious attack of heart trouble and pneumonia.
Rev. W. H. BARLOW was in charge of the services which were held at the Nazarene church. The Hominy Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements and interment was in the Hominy cemetery.
Pall bearers were: A. N. MILLSAP, George TRUMBLY, Garnet PRATER, O.T. ALLEN JR., Bill WILLIAMS, and John DRAUGHON.
The men's quartet of the Nazarene church sang, "No Disappointment in Heaven," "Hold to God's Unchanging Hand" and "That Beautiful Hand."
Taylor Menfee PRIVETT was born in the state of Kentucky, January 8, 1884. In 1903 he was married to Mrs. Mary GILMORE and to this union four children were born.
He leaves to mourn their loss, his wife, three daughters, Mrs. W. P. TUCKER, of Hominy; Mrs. F. O. McDONALD, of Marlow; Mrs. Opal SMITH, of Phoenix, Ariz; a son, Clifford PRIVETT, of Buffalo, Wyo; a step-son, Bill GILMORE, of Tulsa; three sisters, Mrs. Cara MONTGOMERY and Mrs. Tom RHODES, of California; Mrs. Green SMITH, of Red Fork; two brothers, George, of Prescott, Ariz; Henry, of Hominy; eight grandchildren and a number of other relatives and friends.
Hominy, Osage Co. (Lived in Cleveland)
December 1, 1962
Charles Harrison Born July 14, 1886 Died Dec. 1, 1962.
Mr. Goad was born in Madison County Ark. He married Docie Ingles on March 15, 1915 in Madison Co. Ark. Shortly after their marriage they moved to Hominy, Osage Co. Okla., where six of their eight children were born. Then moved to Cleveland, Pawnee Co. Okla., where he was living at the time of his death. His wife Docie Ingles, daughters Maggie Belle and Goldie preceded him in death.
Survivors include Oma Mae Roberts of Palmdale California
Jack Goad of Tulsa, Okla.
Pete Goad of Edmond, Okla.
Dick Goad of Wichita, Kansas
Josie Evans of Palestine, Texas
Bill R. Goad of Santa Maria, Calif.
Services were held at 2:00 p.m. at the Pentecostal Holliness Church, Cleveland on Monday Dec. 3, 1962. Services were conducted by Rev. M. Nance. Interment at Woodland Cemetery.
Arrangements by Chapman Funeral Home, Cleveland, Olkahma
Submitted by Josie (Goad) Evans JOSIEGOAD@webtv.net
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