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Essie Bell Armistead Armstrong
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Essie Bell Armistead Armstrong was born September 8, 1904 in Walcott, Green County, Arkansas, the fifth child of Hattie and George Armistead. She departed this life December 24, 1994 in the Erick nursing Home at the age of 90 years, 3 months and 16 days.

She came to Erick about 1920 before marrying Paul Gresham Armstrong on March 23, 1923. Together, they owned and operated Paul's Cleaners until his health forced them to sell the business in 1973.

Essie lived most of her adult life in Erick until moving to Sayre in 1976. In 1978, she moved back to Erick remaining there until January of 1982 when she moved to the Sayre Retirement Center. In November of 1990, she returned to Erick and resided at the Erick Nursing Home until her death.

She was a member of the Erick Church of Christ, but due to her health and while living at Sayre, she was unable to attend for many years. During the time she was in the Sayre Retirement Center, she regularly attended the services brought to residents by the member and staff of Spring Baptist Church.

Burial in Erick Cemetery, Erick, Oklahoma, Beckham County.

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