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Mary Bartee McCombs Boswell
© Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Mary Bartee McCombs Boswell passed away in Pueblo, Colorado, May 19, 1960, and was laid to rest in Valhalla Cemetery {now Imperial Memorial Garden}.

Mary McCombs was born in Denton County, Texas, November 5, 1870.

She married William Thomas Turner Boswell, January 18, 1893 at Roby, Fisher county, Texas. To this union seven children were born.

Two daughters preceded her in death, Eunice Boswell and Myrtle Roach.

Mr. Boswell died March 3, 1942 at Cheyenne, Oklahoma.

Living children are William Thomas "Tom" Boswell of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; Mrs. Jack {Frances Mae} Kent of Pueblo, Colorado; Mrs. Carl {Jewel} Kent of Folsom, California; Addie Boswell of Salinas, California; and Dee Boswell of Orville, California; sixteen grandchildren and thirty three great grandchildren.

Mrs. Boswell was an early day resident of Roger Mills County.

She was a member of the Baptist church.

Among the survivors are two granddaughters, Mrs. Nelda Davis of Strong City and Mrs. R. L. Trammell of Cheyenne.

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