James Wesley Myers © The Ponca City OK News 07-11-1955 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
August 11, 1881 - July 10, 1955
Tonkawa – James Wesley Myers, 73, 104 S. Barnes, died at 11:45 PM Sunday, July 10, 1955, at the Ponca City hospital where he had been a patient the past two weeks. He had been in poor health the past six months.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 AM Wednesday at the McCafferty Funeral Home with the Rev. W. R. King officiating. Burial will be in the Blackwell IOOF Cemetery.
Myers was born in Freeman, Cass County, Missouri, August 11, 1881. He had been a resident of Tonkawa the past eight years, living prior to that time near Marland and Red Rock. He came to Oklahoma in 1900. He was married January 8, 1905 to the former Della May Stultz and the couple observed their golden wedding anniversary this year.
Survivors include his wife of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Betty Hon and Mrs. Beulah Shortridge, both of Lewistown, Montana, Mrs. C. J. Satterfield, Roy, Montana, and one brother, John L. Myers, also of Lewistown.
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