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Allie L. Wolf
© The Stilwell Democrat Journal
September 26, 1985
Submitted by: Wanda Elliott

Allie L. Wolf
April 24, 1900-September 14, 1985
Mrs. Allie L. Wolf, 85-year-old Stilwell resident, died Saturday, September 14 at Memorial Hospital in Stilwell.
Mrs. Wolf, born April 24, 1900 in Stilwell, Indian Territory, attended Mulberry Tree Baptist Church. She married Hummingbird (Wyley) Wolf in 1916. He died in 1975.
Survivors include: seven sons, Wayne, Gaylord, Harlan and Velton Wolf, all of Stilwell, Mitchell Wolf, Cassville, Missouri, Arlie Joe Wolf, Chicago, Illinois, and Edward Wolf, Dallas, Texas; four daughters, Peggy Dudley, Richmond, California, Betty Wallace, Castro Valley, California, and Wanda Whitley and Leta Jackson, both of Stilwell; one sister, Bidy Warden, Welch; 48 children; 57 great-grandchildren.
Services were held Tuesday September 17 in the Mulberry Tree Baptist Church with the Rev. John Hummingbird officiating. Interment in the Mulberry Tree Cemetery was directed by the Reed-Culver Funeral Home of Tahlequah.

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