Roena Major The Mulhall Enterprise Friday, April 10, 1903 Submitted by: Debby Cook
Died, at the family home four miles south of Mulhall, Thursday evening, April 2, 1903, of consumption, Roena Major, wife of George F. Major, in her fifty-eighth year. Her maiden name was Roena Dallas.
She was born at Hendrysburg Ohio the 23rd of December 1845. She was the fourth child of eight children.
She was baptised in 1864; she was joined in marriage to George F. Major in 1865. They moved to Missouri in 1868 living in Cooper County Mo. for twenty-one years. They moved to Oklahoma in the fall of 1889.
She was the mother of thirteen children eleven of which are living. She was a kind and loving mother.
She has been a sufferer for sixteen months and bore all without complaint. She was conscious of everything until the last and seemed bright and cheerful the morning before her death. About three o'clock in the evening, she was taken worse yet she didn't tell any one she was going. At six o'clock she called the members of her family, that were at home, to her and gave them her hand.
The funeral took place on Saturday the 4th, and the burial at Roselawn cemetery.
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