Sarah J. Strange Tonkawa News February 27, 1908 Submitted by: Shirley Harlan
Mrs. Sarah J. Strange, who died last Wednesday, was born in Monroe County, Kentucky, April 4, 1845. In her early girlhood she moved with her parents to Smith's Grove, Ky., and there she met Mr. J. L. M. Strange, to who she was married on the 29th of July, 1871.
In 1881 Mr. and Mrs. Strange came to Kansas and established a home in Winfield. There they lived until the year 1898, moving in that year to Oklahoma and settling on a farm seven miles from Blackwell. After a stay of 3 years on the farm, Mr. and Mrs. Strange moved into Blackwell and in a home on East Padon Avenue. They lived there until death dissolved the union.
Mrs. Strange was the mother of eight children, all of whom are living, and have homes in our new state of Oklahoma. Mrs. Strange united in early life with the Christian Chrch, and continued unto the day of her death a consistent member. She had no fear of death and no doubt of the glory life beyond the grave. She rests from her labors and her works do follow her.
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