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Claud Blundell
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Claud Blundell was born May 9, 1885 at Fort Smith, Arkansas, and passed away November 25, 1954, at his home near Crawford, Oklahoma.
He came to Roger Mills County in 1901 with his parents.
He was united in marriage to Blanch Barber on December 5, 1906, at Roll, Oklahoma.
To this union were born one daughter, Lois Morrison of Crawford; three sons, Lloyd W. and Harlie E., both of Cheyenne; Edgar Lee of Perryton, Texas; and seven grandchildren. He also leaves one sister Marion McBride of Boise, Idaho, several nieces and nephews and host of friends.
Mr. Blundell was preceded in death by his parents, three sisters, and two brothers.
Interment in Pie Flat cemetery, Roll, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.

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