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Harmon Cemetery

aka Fairview aka Highland aka Highland Fairview
Harmon, Ellis County, Oklahoma

© Enid Morning News 
Submitted by: Glenn

Rose B. Molloy

April 10, 1904 ~ August 5, 1984

Harmon – The funeral for Rose B. Molloy, 80, who died Sunday, August 5, 1984, in a Woodward hospital, will be at 2 PM Tuesday in the Church of the Nazarene at Harmon. Joe McClung and James Runyan will officiate. Burial will be in the Harmon Cemetery under direction of Shaw Funeral Home, Vici.

Mrs. Molloy was born April 10, 1904, in southern Dewey County and had lived in Harmon. She and Bill Richey were married in 1920. On April 26, 1934, she married John Molloy.

Survivors include one daughter, Johnie McNeal, Mutual; two sons, Andy Molloy, Harmon, and Ivenhoe Richey, Gage; 17 grandchildren; two sisters, Gertie Richardson, Elk City, and Hazel Milligan, Hawley; and one brother, Clyde Fletcher, Elk City. 

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