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OKLAHOMA CENTENARIANS


A Centenarian is a person
who has lived to or beyond
the age of 100 years.

Welcome! from Mel Owings, project coordinator for Oklahoma Centenarians

The aim of this project is to honor Oklahomans who lived 100 years or longer.

If you know of individuals that qualify and would like to share their information, Please contact the project coordinator.

You may also submit Centenarian information by using the form at the bottom of this page. If you have photos of the Centenarian you would like to submit, You will have to email them to the project  coordinator Thank You!

N SURNAMES

Surname, Name Birth - Death Submitted by: 
Nelson, Ruby Candace Jul 24, 1911 - Oct 27, 2012 Glenn
Newland, Jessie Leon Ward Havenar Feb 08, 1914 - Aug 09, 2017 Glenn
Newsum, Carrie S. Jul 07, 1891 - Mar 18, 1996 Glenn
Northcutt, Dora R Aug 31, 1886 - Jan 04, 1987 Glenn



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