Julia Madge Marshall © Enid Morning News 03-1967 Submitted by: Glenn
March 7, 1883 - March 24, 1967
Cherokee – Mrs. Julia Madge Marshall, 83, died Friday in a Lamar, Colorado, hospital following an automobile accident Friday morning, March 24, 1967 in Springfield, Colorado.
She was born March 7, 1883, in Ohio and came to Oklahoma from Kansas in 1914 where the family settled in the Oakdale community, living there until about 11 years ago when she went to make her home with a son in Oregon and a daughter in Lakewood, Colorado.
She was preceded in death by her husband. Mrs. Marshall was a member of the Oakdale Methodist Church and the Home Welfare club.
She is survived by a son, Wayne Marshall, Yachats, Oregon, four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Morris, Lakewood, Mrs. Opal Murray, Waynoka, Mrs. Ruby Beckwith, Cleo Springs, Mrs. Eubie Easterling, Aline, eight grandchildren, 23 great – grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 2 PM Wednesday in the Oakdale Methodist Church with burial in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under the direction of Goodwin – Smith Funeral Home of Cherokee. Rev. Ben Bebermeyer will be the officiating minister.
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