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

© Pauls Valley Enterprise
Enid, Oklahoma
September 21, 1951

Maggie Mosely


Final Rites For Ben Mosely Held Today.

Mrs. Ben Mosely Buried Monday

Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Mosely were held at 2:30 in the Stufflebean Funeral Home. Rev. Bruce Milligan pastor of the First Presbyterian Church conducted the rites. Burial was in Mt Olivet cemetery.

Mrs. Mosely, whose home was at 812 North Willow Street had lived in Pauls Valley for thirty years.

She was born September 21, 1885 and died August 19, 1951. She is survived by her husband, Ben L. Mosely, Pauls Valley; one sister, Mrs. L. W. Florence, Comanche; two half-brothers, Clyde Brumley, Arkansas and F. B. Brumley, Elk City.
Submitters note: I was told her stone shows Sept. 22, 1885 as birth

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