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Charley Sellers ~ ~ ~ 1903-1953
Submitted by: Jack Sellers

Charley Sellers, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Sellers, was born May 22, 1903 near Afton, Oklahoma. He departed this llife July 31, 1953, at the St. Anthony's Hospital where he had been a patient 13 days.

He was united in marriage Lela Wood Nov. 25, 1931. To this union three children were born Jackie Leroy, Mary Patricia, and Keith Leon. He was preceded in death by the latter at the age of 10 mons.; a brother, a sister, and his father and mother.

He was a member of the Church of God, the Local IOOF Lodge No. 32, The Tonkawa Encampment, Ponca City Canton No. 2, the local Masonic Lodge, and Smelter Union.

He is survived by his wife, Lela, a son, Jack, and a daughter, Pat, all of the home. A brother, W. O. Sellers of Tujunga, Calif, A sister, Mrs. Mary West, Strang, Okla; a sister, Mrs. Laura Grubb, Blackwell, a number of nieces and nephews, many friends and relatives.

© Blackwell Daily Journal
July 31, 1953

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