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© Parks Brothers Funeral Home

1863 - 1943

Funeral services were held for Mrs. C. A. Hagan, 80-year-old Oklahoma pioneer who died at her home on North Manvel Avenue Sunday. Mrs. Hagan had been in ill health for some time.
Mrs. Hagan was born August 7, 1863.
She was married to C. A. Hagan on October 16, 1884 and to them three children were born, two of whom survive.
The family came to Oklahoma in July, 1899, making their home at Perry. They moved to Stillwater in 1901 and to Chandler in 1914. Shortly thereafter to Tulsa county, returning to Chandler in 1919, where their home has been since. Mr. Hagan was engaged in cotton ginning business from 1906 until his retirement in 1942.
Mrs. Hagan was a member of the Baptist church, uniting with that faith in 1885 and remaining an active and faithful member until her death.
Survivors are her husband; her daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Gerwick; her son, Cornell E. Hagan and her sister, Mrs. Lydia Berry.
Funeral services were held in the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. W. I. Lowe, pastor of the church.
Burial was in Oak Park Cemetery.

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