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Allendale Cemetery
Comanche County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Aimee Davis

The Lawton Constitution
Lawton, OK
18 Jan 1921, Tuesday, page 1



Funeral Services For Mrs.
Mary Dodds Held This

   Mrs. Mary Dodds, wife of M. L. Dodds, died at 9 o'clock last night at the family home two miles west of Hulen. Mrs. Dodds had been in ill health for nearly two years. She was a highly respected woman of the Hulen community, whose death will be regretted by many. Mrs. Dodds was 55 years old.
   Funeral services were to be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the home, conducted by Rev. Jean LaGrone. Burial was to be made in the Allendale cemetery.
  Mrs. Dodds leaves besides her husband, seven daughters: Mrs. Bertha Allen, Enid; Mrs. Millie Franklin, Mrs. Anna Hedrick and Mrs. Odie Hedrick, all of Hulen; Mrs. M. A. Davis, of Lawton; and Misses Ula Belle and Violet Dodds, who live at home. She also leaves two brothers, John and Mike Miller, both of Bragg, Okla.

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