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Carter County, Oklahoma

© by: Marilyn

Gladys Irwin Deshane

Springer Cemetery

Gladys Deshane 1872-11-10-1930 Born Sallie Gladys Irwin in Claiborne County TN to James Irwin (of FL) and Sarah Malinda Mink (of NC). Sallie Gladys Irwin married Elijah S. Faulkner in TN about 1887. Elijah passed in 1918 in Wilson OK, Carter County; Resting at Hewitt Cemetery! Sallie Gladys married J.H. Deshane December 17th, 1928 in Wilson OK, Carter County. Gladys Deshane was a Widow in The Akers Township 1930 Census/Carter County OK, and went to be with the Lord later that same year! This is all the information I have on my Great Grandmother, Sallie Gladys Irwin Faulkner Deshane! SHE WAS VERY WELL THOUGHT OF; and went by the name of Gladys! Gladys is laid To Rest by her sister Mae Emmerline Coffman at Springer Cemetery, Springer OK. Her first born son Fred Newton Faulkner, was born in Nashville, TN (06-08-1888). I am sure there is a Marriage License somewhere for Sallie Gladys Irwin and Elijah Stapleton Faulkner! LET'S ALL KEEP LOOKING! - Written by Marilyn (crystalcreek@charter.net)
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