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Family Dotterer
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Lizzie L. and Daniel W. DOTTERER

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

© Tim Dotterer

Mrs. Lizzie Kasterke Dotterer was born Feb. 14, 1883, to Fred and Annie Kasterke at Dallas City, Ill. There she spent the early days of her life.

With the opening of the Cherokee Strip she came with her parents to this section of the country. Here she met Daniel Dotterer and on Feb. 13, she was united in marriage to him at Alva, Okla., which was then the county seat of all this territory.

Mrs. Dotterer was preceded in death by one son, who died in infancy, and her husband who preceded her some 13 years ago.

She leaves to mourn her going three daughters, Mrs. Frances Garmon, Kiowa, Mrs. Addie Small, Wichita, Mrs. Priscilla Brune, Cherokee; eight sons, Charlie, Hazelton, Kan., John, Portland, Ore., Frank, Pacific Palisades, Calif., Joe, Ernest, Paul and Earl, Cherokee, and Albert, Wichita; three sisters, Mrs. Dora Jones, Cherokee, Mrs. Lena Barton, Woodward, Mrs. Addie Hardenberg, Oklahoma City; six brothers, John Kasterke, Cherokee, Charlie of Missouri, Jake, Cherokee, Coonie, Dallas City, Ill., Willie, Niato, Ill., George, Oklahoma City.

Twenty-two grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren also survive.

She passed to her reward, after a very short illness, at 3 a.m., Sept. 4, 1946, after a life of 63 years, 6 months, and 19 days

© Tim Dotterer

© Tim Dotterer

© Tim Dotterer

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