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Mabel Caroline Smith Buttry
© The Hammon Advocate
29 Mar 1951
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Mabel Caroline Smith Buttry was born near Hammon, Oklahoma, July 10, 1906. She passed away at Murphy Memorial Hospital, Whittier, California, March 15, 1951.

She professed her faith in Christ at an early age, and reaffirmed that faith many times during her last days of suffering.

She was married to Pleas L. Buttry February 25, 1928.

They made their home in Hammon until 1935, when they moved to California.

At the time of her passing, they resided at 111 Bluff Road, Montebello, California.

Mabel was such a generous, warm hearted person, always eager to help relieve the pain of others.

She leaves to mourn her loss her husband, Pleas L. Buttry; and eight brothers and sisters, Mrs. Ethel Wilder of Texoma, Oklahoma; Jasper L. Smith of Phillips, Texas; Mrs. Blanche Parks of Borger, Texas; Austin R. Smith of Oklahoma City; Mrs. Clara Morgan of Elk City; Hubert B. Smith of Whittier, California; Lawson T. Smith of Downey, California; Mrs. Rubye Cox of Pico, California; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held in the Memorial Chapel of the Siewart-Barber Funeral Home, Whittier, March 17, 1951, with Rev. I. D. Kirkpatrick of the Pico Union Church officiating.

Interment was made in Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, California.



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