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Obituary

Oakridge Cemetery
Garvin County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Sandi Carter

September 1935

Sarah Ann [Alexander] Wells
December 2, 1854 ~ September 16, 1935


Sarah Ann Wells married William Burton Wells on December 11, 1879.

William Wells and family moved to Davis in 1902 by wagon train. The journey took about two weeks, with a little over two days to cross the Arbuckle Mountains alone.

In 1903 the family moved to the Woodland Community. They bought a tract of land about one mile southwest of the old Woodland School and built a home. W.B. & Sarah lived there until their deaths.

Mrs. Wells died with cancer in 1935 and was laid to rest besdie her husband at Oak Ridge Cemetery near the home of Dr. Tom P. Howell.

The Wells had 7 children of their own and 2 adopted children. They were: William Barney Wells, Johnny Wells, Charles Wells, Robert Wells, Carrie Ella Wells, Nellie Wells (Mrs. Guy Aaron), James Albert Wells, Bartlett Eaves, Mildred Eaves [Mrs Grover Jackson]


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