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Eary E. Sharp
© Blackwell Morning Tribune
March 27, 1928
Submitted by: Darrell Sharp


Funeral services for Eary E. Sharp, 40, who took his own life Sunday, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the First Christian Church with Rev. F.F. Walters officiating.
Sharp ended his life at the farm home of his brother, Henry Sharp, six miles northeast of here, with a shotgun. Relatives state they believe the action was prompted by his health.
The deceased served with A. E. F. in France with wagon company No. 100. The American Legion will accord the deceased military honors at the funeral.
Born in Kansas
He was born in Kansas but moved to Oklahoma in 1895 with the Sharp family. He has been in the state practically ever since, with the exception of the time of his service in the army.
Among the survivors are four brothers, John Sharp, and Roe Sharp of Blackwell. Earnest Sharp of Arkansas City, Kans., and General Sharp of Blackburn, Okla. Three sisters, Mrs. John Carr, 409 East McKinley, Mrs. Inez Cather of Merrimac, Okla., and Mrs. Frances Rich of Yale, Okla.


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