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Blaine County, Oklahoma

Watonga IOOF Cemetery


© Enid Morning News 
January 1998
Submitted by: Glenn

Esther (Gerlach) Adamson

August 3, 1912 ~ January 16, 1998

Watonga – A graveside service for Esther Adamson, 85, will be 11 AM at the I00F Cemetery with the Rev. Mark Watson officiating under the direction of Wilkinson Mortuary.

She was born August 3, 1912, at Fort Collins, Colorado, to George and Kathren Lamme Gerlach and died Friday, January 16, 1998.

She graduated from high school in Fort Collins. She married Carl Adamson on December 16, 1937, at Fort Collins, Colorado. She moved to Watonga in 1969, where she was a homemaker.

She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.

She is survived by one son, Henry Adamson of Geary; daughters, Eilleene Ashton, Donna Woodruff; one brother, LeRoy, Collins; two sisters, Agnes, Fort Collins, Leona Smith, Washington; 23 grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, and three brothers. 


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