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Kingfisher County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © Lois Burdick

Nora Mae (Hamilton) (Lindley) MADDUX

Mrs. Elmer Maddux , (Nora May Hamilton Lindley Maddux)

Last rites will be held Tuesday in the Hennessey Methodist Church  at 2:30 p.m. for Mrs Elmer E. Maddux, 63, who died in the home of her son, Marvin Lindley of Amarillo, Tx.
Mrs. Maddux, the daughter of Leonard and Lizzie Hamilton,  lived most of her life in the Hennessey  community and is survived by her husband Elmer; one son Marvin Lindley of Amarillo, Texas ; two daughters, Mrs. Roy (Mildred Harvey ,) Wichita, KS and Mrs. Glen Goodpasture, ( Louise) of Enid, four grandsons and four grand daughters, and two great grand children.
Burial will be in the Hennessey Cemetery under the direction of the Cordry Funeral Home.

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