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Emma Shupe Legard
© Blackwell Weekly Sunday
Thursday March 21, 1912
Submitted by: Shirley Harlan

Emma Shupe was born in Mitchell county, North Carolina. They came west in 1892, then to the strip in 1893. She was married to Isaac M. Legard of Carney, Lincoln county, Oklahoma, Aug. 31, 1897. Of this union was born nine children, all living.

The family moved to Blackwell, Oklahoma about twelve years ago, where they resided at the time of her death, Monday, March 11, 1912.

She was converted in her younger days and united with the Evangelical Church, and left evidence of peace with God until her departure for the glory world.

She leaves a husband, six sisters, and four brothers, to mourn her absence, and also seven girls of her own and two boys.

A short service was conducted by the pastor at the grave, and the remains interred in the Blackwell cemetery.

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