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November 18, 1992
Creek Co. OK
Nettie May Davis, 97, 626 S. Apple, Sapulpa, died Tuesday at her daughterís
Funeral services are scheduled for 10:30 am Thursday at Smith Chapel with
Rev. Glenn Hood officiating.
Burial will follow at Green Hills
Memorial Gardens under the direction of Smith Funeral Home.
Nettie was born August 3, 1895, in Mena, Ark. A longtime Sapulpa area
resident, she was a retired school teacher having taught at Blue Bell, Eureka
and Bixby. She was a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church and had attended the
Tahlequah Normal School.
Survivors include sons, Dexter of Sapulpa and Roy of Sand Springs; daughter,
Elizabeth Frazier of Sapulpa; sister, Maude Evans of Omaha, Neb.; 19
grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren.
November 18, 1992
NETTIE MAY DAVIS
Nettie May Davis, 97, a Christian for many years, went to walk with the Lord
Tuesday. She was preceded in death by her husband, James A. Davis; a daughter,
Lahoma Groover and a son James I. Davis.
Nettie was born near in Mena, Arkansas, August 3, 1895 to John and Annie Demoss.
She moved to Peggs, I. T. when she was three months old and graduated from
Tahlequah Normal School. Later becoming a schoolteacher. She was a Bible
Believer who lived and taught the principles she believed in. She was a precious
lady, loved and survived by two sons. Roy Davis, Sand Springs and Dexter Davis,
Sapulpa and one daughter, Elizabeth Frazier of Sapulpa. Also surviving are a
number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and son-in-law, and
daughter-in-law. Also one sister Maud Evans, Omaha, Nebraska, nieces and
For many years, Nettie, was a ministerís wife and served the Lord as a Sunday
school teacher at various churches. At the time of her death, she was a member
of Emmanuel Baptist Church on McKinley Street in Sapulpa.
November 19, 1992
Funeral Services for Nettie May Davis were held today at Smiht Funeral Chapel
with the Rev. Glenn Hood officiating.
Burial followed at Green Hills Memorial Gardens.
Casketbearers were Raymond Kreps, Jim Wilemon, Bob Frazier, Terry Frazier, Bob
Hanshaw, Bob Smoot, Dan Davis and Mark Davis.