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Mary Jane Reynolds Simpson
© Sayre Headlight
05 Mar 1936
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Mrs. Mary Jane Reynolds Simpson, pioneer resident of western Oklahoma, who lived in the Rose Hill community, died Friday afternoon, February 28 in an Elk City hospital following an attack of appendicitis.
Funeral services for Mrs. Reynolds were held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Rose Hill school building, with Rev. J. L. Davis, pastor of the Sayre circuit of the Methodist church officiating with burial in Rose Hill cemetery.
She was born November 1, 1881, in Stoddard county, Missouri.
Death came at the age of 54 years, three months and 27 days of age.
She was married in 1905 to Thomas Albert Simpson shortly after her family had moved to Oklahoma. To this union twelve children were born.
Survivors are her husband, Thomas A.; three daughters, Mrs. Ronnie Branson, Beulah Simpson and Bertha Simpson; six sons, Flynn Simpson, Cecil Simpson, Henry Simpson, Floyd Simpson, Hermon Simpson and Roy Simpson; three brothers, Jessie Frank Reynolds of Arkansas; Grant Reynolds and Charles Reynolds, both of Idaho; and one sister, Mrs. Dollie Liggett of Arkansas; and other relatives and friends.

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