Alice C. Plummer was born August 27, 1875 in Lynn (Linn) County, Iowa and died at her home in Chester on November 23, 1955 at 10:45 p.m. at the age of 80 years and 3 months after a lengthly illness.
She married George Andrews December 10, 1896 at Marion, Iowa and to this union was born one son, Henry.
In 1899 she came to Oklahoma and filed on a claim and on November 26, 1902, was married to James D. Smith. To this union was born three children, Emma of Chester and Deverel. Chester, a boy, died in infancy. She lived a very busy and useful life in this community always ready to help all that came to her for services.
She accepted Christ as her Saviour several years ago and was faithful to the Lord till she was called home. Our loss will be heaven's gain. She was loved by all who knew her and will be missed greatly by her loved ones and many friends. She was a kind and thoughtful wife and mother and there will be a great vacancy.
She leaves to mourn her death, her husband, Jim and one son, Henry Andrews, Leclair, Iowa; two daughters, Mrs. Emma Green, Chester and Mrs. Deverel Shippy, Payette, Idaho; 17 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and a brother, Larry Plummer, Chester; two sisters, Nellie Guthrie, Owasso and Mrs. Mary Stinson of California and many other relatives and a host of friends.
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