Tonkawa News Monday, May 6, 1940 Submitted by: Janece Carter Streig
Anna Carter Obit
Services Held for Mrs. Carter Sunday
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Carter, 64, who died at her home, 109 North Seventh street, here Friday at 12:20 p.m., following a lingering illness, were held at the McCafferty Funeral Home with the Rev. J. C. Lawder in charge, Sunday afternoon. Burial was made in the Tonkawa I.O.O.F. cemetery.
Mrs. Carter was born March 15, 1876, near Bowling Green, Ind., and came to Oklahoma in 1893 at the opening of the Cherokee Outlet and settled a claim four miles west of Tonkawa. She was married to Arch Carter, October 8, 1917.
She is survived by her husband, four sons, Walter Ballinger, Chico, Calif.; W. W. Ballinger, Tonkawa; Noble Ballinger, Borger, Tex., and W. A. Ballinger of California; two daughters, Mrs. Frank Anderson of Marchfield, Ore., and Mrs. Jack Anthony of Tulsa; five brothers Oliver L. Chambers and Homer S. Chambers of Tonkawa; D. D. Chambers of Tulsa and Ira Chambers of Protection, Kans., and one sister, Mrs. H. W. Swan of Blackwell.
Other survisors include 12 grandchildren and three great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
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