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Butler Cemetery
Custer County, Oklahoma

Ora Mae Easley

© Dolores Colwell Willis & Roy Willis

© The Hammon Advocate, Hammon, OK
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Mrs. Arthur Easley

Services for Mrs. Arthur Easley, east of Hammon, were conducted Thursday afternoon, March 8, 1951 in the Baptist church at Butler, with Rev. Alvin Baker and Rev. Jess Haney officiating.

Burial was in the Butler cemetery, Custer county, Oklahoma.

Mrs. Easley died from an accidentally discharged double-barrel shot gun while hunting rabits near her home on March 5, 1951.

It is believed that Mrs. Easley's tragic death came while she was getting through a barbed-wire fence.

Survivors are her husband, two sons, Val Gene and Gary Ronald; her father, Mr. Thompson, Snyder; four sisters, Mmes. J.K. Miller, Olen Adams, A.E. Studdard, Fletcher Otwell, all of Snyder; three brothers, R.H. Thompson, Lawton, A.F. Thompson, Coalingo, California, Manley Thompson, Hobart, Oklahoma.

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