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Francis Edgar Patterson


B: Augest 1, 1887
D: September 26, 1961

Submitted by:© Glenn
Photo by: MDF

28 September 1961
Patterson rites slated Saturday

It is funeral services for Francis Edgar Patterson, 74, Newalla, who died Tuesday evening, September 26. 1961, about 7:30 PM in an Oklahoma City hospital, will be held at 10 AM Saturday in the First Baptist Church, Newalla.

He was a merchant cattlemen, who had been in the business for some 61 years. He retired several years ago because of health.

Survivors include his wife, Lillie, of the home; three sons, Francis Edgar Patterson Jr., of Wichita, Kansas, Beeler Patterson, Lawton, and Edward Leroy Patterson, stationed in California; four daughters, Mary West, Mrs. James Wood, Mrs. Bill Jesse, London, England, and Flora Patterson, Newalla.

Also two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Pearl Gunter and Mrs. William Barton, both of west of Shawnee, and a cousin, Grace McIlhaney, 1302 N. McKinley.

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