The Hometown Newspaper of
Wewoka, Seminole Co., OK
Births, Deaths, &
June 1904 - April 1915
MISS ELLA MONAHEE
married Hewman H. Jacobs, May 30, 1904, in
Emahaka, I. T. in the home of Mr. Frank Jacobs, Sunday evening, by
Rev. W. P. Blake
MISS ALMA BUNYARD
married Earnest Bridges, Sunday evening
by Judge Tate.
LIEUTENANT ROBERT B. MITCHELL died June
16, 1904 at a government hospital in Washington, D.C. Injured last fall playing
died after an operation. Born November 11, 1875 in Cleveland, OH
Survived by parents, Robert R. & Louise Mitchell of Wewoka, five brothers,
and two sisters.
MR. & MRS. J. N. MCNABB had a baby
girl July 14, 1904
ALICE MAYBERRY of Yeager, I. T.
married S. H. Jones also of Yeager. Married Sunday morning by Rev.
JOHN HARDIN died last
Sunday night, August 4, 1904 and buried Monday afternoon. He was about 32 years
EDNA HIGHTOWER died Monday,
August 22, 1904 of typhoid fever.
Services were held Tuesday in the Baptist
Church. Survived by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Hightower.
MR. & MRS. ALEX MCNABB had a daughter
Friday August 27.
Saturday, September 3, 1904, of typhoid fever, at age 35 years.
Buried in Tower
Hill, Illinois. Survived by his wife and a daughter, born the same afternoon he
PEARL CABBELL A boy, died
November 10, 1904 of congestive chill at age fourteen. Survived by father E. B. Cabbell
Mrs. W. E.
K. N. Baker
aka Joe Kinkehe
J. A. Fife
L. D. Meador
T. R. King
W. J. Smith
David H. Gray
All vitals extracted from The Seminole Capital Newspaper June 1904 to April 1915