Scott S. Baird © Cheyenne Star 22 Feb 1945 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Funeral rites for Scott S. Baird of Herring, Oklahoma, were conducted by Rev. D. B. Powers and Rev. W. R. Trent of Hammon, at the Martin-Hullin Funeral Home in Elk City, Wednesday at 2 p.m.
The body was taken to Jasper, Alabama August 5, 1878.
He departed this life at his home at Herring, Oklahoma, February 12, 1945, at the age of 66 years, six months and seven days.
He was married to Miss Menda Murray at Jasper, Alabama on June 27, 1918 and a short time later moved to Colony, Oklahoma.
Twenty one years ago they moved to Herring, Oklahoma, where he resided until his death.
Although not a church member he professed a belief in God and His power and attended church when his health would permit.
He was a devoted husband a good neighbor and a friend to all.
He is survived by his wife and four brothers Fred Baird of Jasper, Alabama; T.C. Baird of Kuna, Idaho; and Carey Baird and Oscar Baird of California. He also leaves other relatives and a host of friends.
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