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Allendale Cemetery
Comanche County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Aimee Davis

The Walters Herald
Walters, OK
24 Jan 1929, Thursday, page 8


   Funeral services for J. S. Devine, 80-year old Geronimo pioneer, who died at his home two miles east of Geronimo at 6 o'clock Monday evening were held at the Allendale school house, Tuesday. Interment was in the Allendale cemetery, with the Rev. Alva Brown, paster of the Lawton First Methodist church officiating.
   He is survived by his wife and four children, Lawrence Devine, Geronimo, John Devine, of Allendale, Mrs. Emma Bass, of Wichita, Kans., and Mrs. Stella Cabelka, of Geronimo.
   Mr. Devine and his family moved to Comanche county in 1906 from West Virginia and settle on the farm where they lived at the time of his death. He was one of the best known and most prosperous farmers in the county.

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