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Clara (Smith) Morgan Berry
© Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Funeral services were held at the Moorewood Baptist Church for Clara Smith Morgan Berry. On March 24, 1982 Mrs. Berry was born July 21, 1902 in Hammon and died March 22 in Oklahoma City at the age of 79. She had lived in western Oklahoma all her life and had lived in Elk City for many years.

She is survived by four daughters, Aline Cope and Imogene Edwards of Elk City, Mrs. Nadine Kiehn, Midwest City, and Pat Tippens of Hammon; four sons, Hayden Morgan of Bakersfield, California, J.C. Morgan of Moore, Oklahoma, Warren Morgan of Amarillo, Texas and Kenneth Morgan of Dallas, Texas; 22 grandchildren 37 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren; three sisters, Ruby Hopwood of California, Blanch Parks of Perryton, Texas and Ethel Boucher of Elk City; and three brothers, Jasper Smith of Texas, Herbert Smith and Lawson Smith both of California.

Burial was in the Moorewood Cemetery.

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