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Obituary

Abney Cemetery, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Jesse R. Spurlock

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February 15, 1962

Charles Clyde Williams
April 6, 1874, 2007 ~ February 15, 1962


Charles Clyde Williams was born on April 6, 1874 in Flippin, Arkansas and died on February 15, 1962.

He was an avid coon hunter and was particular about his hounds. He was an excellent marksman with a rifle and enjoyed hunting and fishing.

He is the son of Frederick and Rebecca Jane [Lynch] Williams.

Obituary

Abney Cemetery, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Jesse R. Spurlock

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May 18, 1966

Fannie Bell [Maxwell] Williams
May 17, 1883 ~ May 18, 1966


Woman Dies at Stratford

Mrs. Fannie Bell Williams, 83, of Stratford died Wednesday morning.

She lived in Stratford most of her life.

Funeralk services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the First Baptist Chuirch of Stratford.

Burial will be in the Abney Cemetery under the direction of the Stratford Funeral Home.

She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Mable Bell Swartout of Tulsa, Mrs. Nellie Rainer of Briartowen, and Mrs. Thelma Adams of Racvia; six sons, Ivan Law Williams of Tempe, Aeriz., Howard Williams of Stratford, Haskell Williams of Oklahoma City, Cecil Williams of Worcester, Mass., Jack Williams of Oklahoma City, Clyde Williams, Jr., of Fort Worth, Texas; one stepson, Clyde Williams of Arizona; one sister, Molly Graves of Ada, 22 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

Obituary

Abney Cemetery, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Jesse R. Spurlock

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January 21, 1981

Howard Williams
October 5, 1908 ~ January 21, 1981


Howard Williams was born on October 5, 1908 and died on January 21, 1981.

He served in the U.S. Army in WW II and held the rank of Private.

He is the oldest son of ten children of Fannie and Clyde Williams.

Howard was employed many years at a livestock auction comany and resided in Chickasha.

Informarion from Joetta Williams-King

Obituary

Abney Cemetery, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Jesse R. Spurlock

July 4, 1928

Woodrow Williams
July 2, 1914 ~ July 4, 1928


Woodrow was riding on the back of a flat bed truck that had no sides. The truck had a flat and flipped over. Woodrow was thrown on his head. His neck was broken.

Although Woodrow had no middle name, his brother, Charles Haskell Williams, in memory of his brother, Woodrow, named his son Woodrow LaVoyd.

Woodrow's memory continues with Woodrow LaVoyd Williams III. [Woodrow's headstone lists his birth year as 1918 and his death year as 1928. However family records give his birthdate as 07-02-1914 and the date of his death as 07-04-1926]

Information courtesy of Joetta Williams-King

Obituary

Abney Cemetery, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Jesse R. Spurlock

July 11, 1992

Jack Williams
November 5, 1920 ~ July 11, 1992


Graveside service for Jack Williams, 72, of Stratford, will be conducted Monday, July 13, at 3 p.m., in Abney Cemetery. Rev. Tim Ohls will officiate.

Williams was born November 5, 1920 in Stratford. He passed away Saturday, July 11, 1992 in Ada.

His occupation was a farmer.

Surviving are his tow sisters, Mable Swartout, Stigler, and Thelma Adams, Ravia; and three brothers, Charles Haskell Williams, Grapevine, Texas, Charles Clyde Willims, Mt. Vernon, Texas and Cecil Williams, Dover, Del.

The service will be under the direction of Pickard Funeral Home.

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