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Bailey Lee Blakesley
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Submitted by: Debby Cook

Services for Bailey Lee Blakesley, 87, formerly of Dallas, will be at 10 a.m. Smith Memorial Chapel. The Rev. Scott Devore will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery in Mulhall.
Blakesley was born Oct. 10, 1897, in Mulhall to Charlie and Lizzie Blakesley. He died Aug. 14 at Logan County Health Center.
He retired from Baylor Hospital and was a maintenance man for Dickerson Place in Dallas, Texas. He has resided in Guthrie since July.
Blakesley was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge in Mulhall and of the Sons & Daughters of the Original '89ers.
He is survived by one brother, Elmer Blakesley of Oklahoma City; three sisters, Edith Hyde of Mulhall, Tillie Faulkner and Velma Kimberling, both of Guthrie; one sister-in-law, Vandie Blakesley of Guthrie; and a number of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Josephene, his parents, two brothers and one sister.

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