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Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Janet Mosley Hastie

© Pauls Valley Enterprise
Enid, Oklahoma
September 24, 1953

Ben Louis Mosely

Final Rites For Ben Mosely Held Today

Services for Ben L. Mosely, a longtime resident of Garvin County, were held today at 2 p.m. in Stufflebean Funeral Chapel. Burial was in Mt. Olivet cemetery.

Mosely, who was a broomcorn and cotton buyer here for many years was in Lindsay Monday on business and died unexpectedly of a heart ailment while in a Lindsay warehouse inspecting broomcorn. He died before he could be removed to a hospital.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Corrine Rackley Mosely of the Moody Hotel, Pauls Valley; four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Purman of Fort Wayne, Ind., Mrs. Lula Seveir and Mrs. Virgie Smith, both of Portland, Ore, Mrs. Lizzie L. Gill of Norman; one brother, J. J. Mosely of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; one step daughter and three step grandchildren, all of Oklahoma City.
Submitters note: Ben was born November 16, 1884 in Ark and died September 21, 1953

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