Dottie Brinlee © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Dottie Brinlee was born August 16, 1991 in Hood county, Texas.
She departed from this life on September 26, 1977 at Los Banos, California, at the age of 96 years, 1 month and 10 days after a long illness.
She was married to Charlie Robert Brinlee March 19, 1899. To this union nine children were born.
Her husband, three sons and one daughter preceded her in death.
Dottie and Charlie left Roger Mills County, Oklahoma in 1936 and resided in the Los Banos area until their deaths.
She leaves to mourn her passing five children, Clarence Brinlee, Charlie Brinlee and Una Lippencott of Los Banos; Montie Ivy of Elk City, Oklahoma; and Lavoda Boswell Howarth of Oroville, California; twenty three grandchildren, sixty four great grandchildren and fifteen great great grandchildren.
Officiating was Rev. Wayne Huxley of the Baptist Church.
She was laid to rest September 29, 1977 at 1:30 p.m. in the Los Banos Cemetery.
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