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OKbits File Sequoyah Co:

Sequoyah County Democrat

January 27, 1923

Mack C. HAMMETT, one of the most prominent citizens died at his home near Blackgum, Saturday January 27th, after an illness of less than a week's duration, of pneumonia. Mr. Hammett for years was the leader among the democrats of his community and served as precinct committeeman of Blackgum township since statehood. During the recent term of criminal court Mr. Hammett served as a juror. He was a member of the Masonic lodge and was past master of the Blackgum lodge. He was about 50 years of age at the time of his death.
Submitted by Karen Hammett Cook akleen@midwestlink.net


September 17, 1984

Sallisaw, OK

McAULIFF
John Patrick Sr., age 59, born Feb 28, 1925, died Monday, Sept 17, in Sallisaw, OK. He was a retired law enforcement chemist for the Okla. State Bureau of Investigation. John was a graduate of St. Gregory's High School and received his degree from Okla. City University. He served his country in WWII with the US Navy, and was a member of the Okla. Sheriff and Peace Officer's Assn. John was a loving and caring husband and father, and will be greatly missed.
Survivors include his wife of 37 years, 2 daughters, , 2 sons, a sister and 8 grandchildren.
Wake services will be at 7:30pm Wednesday, Sept 19 at the Smith & Kernke Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial at 11am Thursday at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, with interment in the Resurrection Cemetery.
Submitted by Mary Ellen Wilson  Me-Ed@eufaula.lib.ok.us


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