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Salem Cemetery
Adair County, Oklahoma

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Hooley Daugherty

Hooley Daugherty

© Stilwell (OK) Democrat Journal
June 21, 1973
Submitted by: Wanda Elliott

Hooley Daugherty, 62-year-old World War II disabled veteran, died Saturday in Tulsa Hillcrest Medical Center of burns sustained April 8 at the Stilwell Nursing Home.
Daugherty had been a patient at the Tulsa hospital since the accident which occurred when he dropped a lighted cigarette on his clothing while sitting in his wheelchair. He was born July 16. 1911, in Stilwell.
Survivors include: three sons. John L. Daugherty, Muldrow. Harry Daugherty, Idaho, and Sam Daugherty, Dublin. Texas; one daughter, Nellie Daugherty. Stilwell; two brothers. Snow and John E. Daugherty. and one sister, Nancy Pritchett.
Services were held Monday in the Salem Church with the Rev. Key Ketcher officiating. Interment in the Salem Cemetery was under the direction of the Roberts Funeral Home.

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