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Thomas Clark Smith
May 1, 1864 - Aug 6, 1936
Submitted by Glenn

Hennessey OK Clipper
Thomas Clark Smith was born May 1, 1864, near Boliver, Missouri. He was united in marriage to Miss Mattie Lou Robertson at Boliver, on November 10, 1887. To this union were born four children, one son and three daughters, all of whom survived their father.

Mr. Smith came to Oklahoma in 1894, and located on a farm 15 miles east of Hennessey. A short time after he removed to Dover, where he resided until his death.

He passed into rest Thursday night, August 6, 1936, after two months of suffering following a paralytic stroke.

Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Hattie Lou Smith, of Dover; one sister, Mrs. A. L. West, of Oklahoma City; his son, Clark, of Fairview, Oklahoma; daughters, Jimalou and Goldie, of Oklahoma City; Mrs. Patty Burkes, of Tulsa, and one grandchild, Tommy Burkes, also of Tulsa. Tommy, his grandson, was Mr. Smith's chief interest during his illness. He was the pride and joy of his grandfather's heart.

Joining those left to mourn are the many friends and neighbors who have known and appreciated this rugged and kindly man for many years.

Mr. Smith was always interested in the things that made for a better community and held a high place of honor and respect.
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