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Oakridge Cemetery
Garvin County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Sandi Carter

November 14, 1918

Charles Emory Gregory
December 8, 1898 ~ October 31, 1918

The body of Emory Gregory, who died recently at Nitro, West Virginia, where he had gone to work in the munitions plant, arrived Saturday morning and was buried in the Oak Ridge cemetery Sunday afternoon. A large crowd of neighbors and friends attended the services.

The young man was about 19 years of age and his death was caused by influenza followed by pneumonia.

He was a popular young man among his acquaintances and his death is regretted by all.

His father, Will Gregory, lives on S. H. Davis' place south of town. The News has been requested by relatives to thank all who in any way rendered assistance at his funeral.

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