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Velva Mitchell ~ ~ ~ 1916-1938
Written and submitted by: Margaret Haynes


Velva Marie (Collyar) Mitchell
Velva Marie Collyar was born August 25, 1916, in Collinsville, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. She was the first child of Earl Edward Collyar and Anna May (Bushman) Collyar.
Velva's brother, Clarence A., said Velva was slender and had lovely dark hair and a sprinkling of freckles across her nose. She was described by others as a really good woman. Her daughter said that she had been told by the family that her mother liked to "do hair" and styled hair for several people.
She was married June 28, 1937, in Newkirk, Kay Co., Oklahoma, to Floyd Richard Mitchell, and they had one child, a daughter, Barbara, who was a baby when her mother died.
Velva Marie (Collyar) died in 1938, in Blackwell, Kay Co., Oklahoma. Family says she died about February 1938, at the age of twenty-one years.
Velva was buried in the plot with her Bushman grandparents, John Henry and Rachael Bushman, at the Blackwell IOOF Cemetery


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