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Allie Doretah (Goff) Daughty

Jerusalem Cemetery
Washington, McClain Co., OK

  Robert Satkus

Allie Doretah (Goff) Daughty Obit

Apr 05 1939 - Apr 27 1966
Posted by: Susan Gabel

Services for Mrs. Allie D Daughty were held on Monday at First Baptist Church of Purcell with burial in Jerusalem Cemetery.

Allie died on Thursday at the Tinker Air Force Base Hospital

She was born in Washington, OK and attended Washington High School and Draughn's School of Business in Oklahoma City. Allie was a memeber of the First Baptist Church in Purcell.

Allie is survived by her husband, Thomas M. Two sisters, Miss Geneva M. Goff, Washington and Mrs. Lela Rodd, Oklahoma City. A brother, Leonard S. Goff Jr of Chicago and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Goff of Washington, OK.

Services were under the direction of Rolfe Funeral Home.

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