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Julia C (Teal) & James Hiram Allen
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Mountain View Cemetery
Mountain View, Kiowa County, OK


Jul 8, 1868 - Feb 1958
Obit for Julia posted by: Sharon Lee & Rewritten

Published in The Carnegie Herald, Carnegie, Caddo Co., OK
Wednesday, February 26, 1958

Services were held for a Mountain View Pioneer woman

Service for Julia C. Allen, 89 years old, were held at 2 p.m. last Fri at the Church of Christ at Mountain View.

She suffered a stroke four weeks ago & has been unable to speak or write. On Feb 18th she was rushed to a Hobart hospital for emergency treatment. She died during an operation for a ruptured appendix.

Julia was born  on July 8, 1868, at Valireca, GA., she & her family moved to Mountain View in 1907 from DeQueen, AK. She married James Hiram Allen who preceded her in death in 1937.

Survivors include their five children, 16 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

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