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Allendale Cemetery
Comanche County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Aimee Davis

The Walters Herald
Walters, OK
23 Feb 1933, Thursday, page 9


In Memory of Little Doyle Ross, Who Died February 2

   Our darling baby was sick 13 days. He suffered very much through all his sickness. He was one year, four months and six days old. His death was caused from pneumonia.
   Funeral services were conducted at the home, by Rev. Harvey Huddleston. He was laid to rest in the Allendale cemetery. It was sad to give our darling baby up, but God called him to his resting place. He is only asleep in Jesus waiting our coming. He is resting where there won't be no sorrow, sickness nor pains. Everything in our power was done to keep him with us, but God said "No-he had to pay the debt he owed his Savior," which we all hope to pay. He was the pride of our home. We can only prepare to meet our darling baby where we won't have to say, "goodbye" no more, Little Doyle.
   He left to mourn his father, mother, one sister, five brothers, his grandparents, several uncles and aunts.——
Contributed by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ross.

The Walters Herald
Walters, OK
2 Mar 1933, Thursday, page 3

In Memory of Little Doyle Ross

   On February 2, the Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ross, who reside one-half mile north of Prospect, and claimed for its own, their darling baby, Doyal. He was sick only 13 days with pneumonia. It was too much for his frail little body. He was one year, four months and six days old. He was a sweet baby and very bright for his age. He was the pride of their home and the joy of their hearts. He was laid to rest in the Allendale cemetery in the presence of a number of sorrowing relatives and friends.
   The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Harvey Huddleston. Every effort of kind hearts and loving hands was made to save him for we loved, yes, we loved him, but God in His wisdom, saw fit to take him away. Oh, what a sad thought when we saw death stealing over our sweet little Doyal and knew that he was slipping away from our grasp. But we knew that God is true consolation and we now have one more tie to lead us to a brighter and better world. He is gone from us. No more will we clasp him to our hearts or look into his sweet face. He was only a rose budded on earth to bloom in Heaven. We know he is safe in the arms of Jesus. We miss him, Oh! how we miss him. We miss his sweet little childish ways.
   His dear little form is now laid to rest, the dear little hands lay over his breast. His dear little eyes in slumber closed. How our hearts bleed, now but God knows. Now his is singing with angels above. There he is watching and waiting for us when we shall cross the death rolling sea. Angels have beckoned our darling away. Still in the mansion so bright and so fair up above the Golden Stairs, one little voice is singing to us, "Yes, I am waiting and watching for thee, safely." Sleep in peaceful slumber, now the weary eyelids close, there to sleep in Jesus. We cannot call little Doyal back to us, dear friends, but if we will live true to God, we can meet little Doyal some sweet day where there will be no more parting.——Written by his loving aunt, Mrs. L. Penrod.

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