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Allendale Cemetery
Comanche County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Aimee Davis

Indiahoma Advocate
Indiahoma, OK
19 Nov 1909, Friday, page 1


   After a long siege of sickness and heroic struggle for life and as he made a pathetic remark to his father just before his spirit took its departure, was one that he almost won.
   Frank Bushey was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bushey who resides two miles north of this place.
   During his illness he had undergone five operations in the hope of living a few years longer.
   He was a farmer by occupation and had been very successful. He was a member in good standing in the Modern Woodman of America in Lawton in which he carried a policy of $3000.00.
   Throughout his entire sickness he bore his suffering with the fortitude of a hero, and when the final summons came he seemed fully prepared to go and only regretted leaving his relatives and friends. He leaves a wife and one child besides his parents and brothers to mourn his loss. He died in the hospital at Lawton Monday and was laid to rest in the Allendale Cemetery, Tuesday.
   The Advocate unites with the many friends of the Bushey family in extending its sincere and heartfelt sympathy.

Geronimo Advocate
Geronimo, OK
26 Nov 1909, Friday, page 9


   On last Thursday the members of Camp Geronimo, No. 11815 of the M. W. of A. consigned the remains of our neighbor, Frank Bushey, to its last resting place in Allendale cemetery.
   Neighbor Bushey was an exemplary young man and neighbor and we shall miss him when gathered around our camp fire. But we know he has only gone before, and one by one we all must follow. That we shall all meet again where Death shall have lost the power to separate us from our neighbors, friends and loved ones.
   Neighbor Bushey was 28 years old at the time of his death, and leaves a wife, little son, father, mother, two brothers, who mourn his untimely call. To those the camp extends its deepest sympathy.
   Resolved: That the clerk shall place a copy of this upon the minute books, that a copy shall be given to the papers for publication and a copy sent to the family of our deceased neighbor.
T. D. Owen
Committee Floyd Kimble
J. A. Venable

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