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Irean Davis
© Cheyenne Star
02 Apr 1975
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Irean Davis of Hillsboro, Oregon died March 27, 1975 after a three year illness from cancer.

Irean was born August 6, 1913 in Roll, Oklahoma and grew up in that community.

She was a long time member of the First Christian Church.

She was married to Byron Davis September 28, 1929.

Funeral services were held in Hillsboro, Oregon, March 29, 1975 where they had lived for several years.

She is survived by her husband Byron Davis; two daughters, Linda of Hillsboro, Oregon; Joy of Astorio, Oregon; one son, Bill of Portland, Oregon; nine grandchildren; one sister, Gertrude Lucas of Durham, Oklahoma; two brothers, Charley of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; and Harley of Spearman, Texas.

Byron was a brother to Nola Garrett, who lived in Cheyenne many years and a host of other relatives and friends.



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