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Myrtle Fay (Null) Lawson

© THE INDIAN JOURNAL, Eufaula, OK
Thursday January 13, 2000
Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore

Myrtle Fay (Null) Lawson, was born Jan. 23, 1921 in Long Beach, CA to Lester and Georgia Evans Null, and married Jess Lawson.

She died Dec 28, 1999, in Henryetta. Services were Dec 31, 1999, in Hitchita followed by burial in the Lackey Cemetery under the direction of Robert Simons Funeral Home.

She was preceded in death by her husband; four sons, two daughters, four grandchildren, her parents and five brothers.

Survivors include five sons, John Lawson of Council Hill, Tommy Lawson of Hitchita, Jesse Lawson of Wetumka, Lester Lawson of Hitchita and Ricky Lawson of Council Hill; two daughters, Margaret Bulkhart of Checotah and Judy Howk of Hitchita; four sisters, Betty Richardson, Thelma Toles, Martha Null and Nellie Null all of Fresno, CA.


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