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Terry Mason's Family History Site

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Rev. William Harrison Mason

Ministers License Haskell, Latimer & Le Flore Counties Ok.
1875 to 1941
W. H. Mason 3-6-1927 Quinton, Oklahoma Book 1 Page 201

RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 16 Jul 2006 from Larry Mason. "As I was told by my mother that he was a rounder in his younger days. After he got married he became a ordained minister in the Baptist church. I loved to hear him preach but I also hated to go hear him. I can remember his sermons being in excess of an hour. Still he had plenty of wind to keep on going. People in the audience would become restless for being seated for so long and he would finally stop. I can remember as a young boy going and staying with them. He would say the blessing for so long the food would be cold. Grand Ma would break in and say Harrison you can go on but I have to eat. And she would."

OBITUARY: Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Calvary Baptist Church for Rev. William H. Mason, 813 W. El Paso, Who died Sunday at the age of 89. Rev. Billy Hickman and Rev. Earl Scott will Officiate. He is a native of Arkansas and moved to Oklahoma Indian Territory as a child. He accepted a calling to the Baptist ministry in 1926. He spent most of his career at churches in Haskell County until his retirement in 1974. He is survived by his wife, Leavy of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Emily Seabolt of Stigler ; two sons, Francis Mason of Oklahoma City, and Chester Mason of Broken Arrow ; Three Sisters, Daisy of Collinsville, Lilly and Lona both of Washington; one brother, John Mason of Oklahoma City ; 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the West Liberty Cemetery at Quinton under the direction of Kennard Funeral Service. Pallbearers will be grandsons, Bill Mason, Broken Arrow, Okla., Larry Mason, State of Washington, Kenneth Mason, Oklahoma City, Okla., Dexter Seabolt., Skiatook, Okla., Steve Hart, Broken Arrow. and Richard Melson, Broken Arrow, Okla.


Oliver Abraham Brown

NAME: Information added by WorldConnect post-em by Jackie on 31 Jan 2008.


Marriage Notes for Clarence Clayborn Gilbert and Maude May Mason-43427

Notation on marriage entry in "larrymason51" family tree on Ancestry.com. "C. C. Gilbert, aged 21 of Tuskahoma, Oklahoma, married Miss Maudie Mason, aged 15 of Tuskahoma, Ok. Parent of Maudie Mason: Ira F. Mason and Nancy C. Mason. G. B. Shinner?, Minister of Tuskahoma,Oklahoma, married the couple November 30, 1911 at Tuskahoma."


Lovey Mason

RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 16 Jul 2006 and updated on 24Mar2015 from Larry Mason. "Her 1st husband was Raymond Bowden. Husband #2 was Roy Sanders. From what I have been told Lovie and Roy when they were killed in a car accident they had identical injuries. Found on her body was a very large sum of money. She did not believe in banks."

OBITUARY: Shawnee News-star. Shawnee, Oklahoma. Friday, March 13,1959. Page 2 Column 1 Sanders Rites Set for today Funeral service for Mr. And Mrs. Roy Sanders, 524 North Union who died from injuries received in an automobile accident near Wewoka Tuesday, will be held in the Gaskill funeral chapel today at 2 p. m. Rev. J. L. Mitchell, Pastor of the liberty Missionary Baptist Church, will conduct the service. Burial will be in Blackburn Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Sanders was born July 17, 1892, Springdale, Ark. She was born Jul 2, 1910, in Haskell County, Okla. They lived West of Shawnee for many years, where they operated a grocery store. They had been visiting in Arkansas and were on their way back to Shawnee when the accident occurred. Mr. And Mrs. Sanders are survived by their children, Ralph D. Sanders, 1220 North Pennsylvania; Rex Sanders, Van Nuys, Calif; J. B. Bowden, Route 4; Ira Lee Bowden, of California. Mrs. Ruby Smith, Bentonville, La.; Mrs. Reba Welch, Los Angeles, Calif, and 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Sanders is also survived by two brothers, John Mason, Lexington; Harrison Mason, Oklahoma City; and four sisters, Mrs. Leona Lincoln, Sequim, Wash.; Mrs. Maude Pallette, El Cajon, Calif,; Mrs. Bowden, Casmeir, Wash,; and Mrs. Daisy Clark, Buhl, Ida. Mr. Sanders is survived by three brothers, Alfred, Lincoln, Ark,; Bert, Fort Smith, Ark,; Garland, Rogers, Ark,; and two sisters Mrs. Eunice Baker, Rogers, Ark,; and Mrs. Ola Prerer, Huntsville, Ark. Bearers will be T. H. Garner, W. A. Barton, A. A. Stephens, J. N. Hallman, Billy Dan McKinley, Ray Akin, O. R. Hurley, John Curry, Harvey Lazenby and John Carpenter


Roy Sanders

Bigheart, Oklahoma is now Barnsdall, Osage, Oklahoma.

OBITUARY: Shawnee News-star. Shawnee, Oklahoma. Friday, March 13,1959. Page 2 Column 1 Sanders Rites Set for today Funeral service for Mr. And Mrs. Roy Sanders, 524 North Union who died from injuries received in an automobile accident near Wewoka Tuesday, will be held in the Gaskill funeral chapel today at 2 p. m. Rev. J. L. Mitchell, Pastor of the liberty Missionary Baptist Church, will conduct the service. Burial will be in Blackburn Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Sanders was born July 17, 1892, Springdale, Ark. She was born Jul 2, 1910, in Haskell County, Okla. They lived West of Shawnee for many years, where they operated a grocery store. They had been visiting in Arkansas and were on their way back to Shawnee when the accident occurred. Mr. And Mrs. Sanders are survived by their children, Ralph D. Sanders, 1220 North Pennsylvania; Rex Sanders, Van Nuys, Calif; J. B. Bowden, Route 4; Ira Lee Bowden, of California. Mrs. Ruby Smith, Bentonville, La.; Mrs. Reba Welch, Los Angeles, Calif, and 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Sanders is also survived by two brothers, John Mason, Lexington; Harrison Mason, Oklahoma City; and four sisters, Mrs. Leona Lincoln, Sequim, Wash.; Mrs. Maude Pallette, El Cajon, Calif,; Mrs. Bowden, Casmeir, Wash,; and Mrs. Daisy Clark, Buhl, Ida. Mr. Sanders is survived by three brothers, Alfred, Lincoln, Ark,; Bert, Fort Smith, Ark,; Garland, Rogers, Ark,; and two sisters Mrs. Eunice Baker, Rogers, Ark,; and Mrs. Ola Prerer, Huntsville, Ark. Bearers will be T. H. Garner, W. A. Barton, A. A. Stephens, J. N. Hallman, Billy Dan McKinley, Ray Akin, O. R. Hurley, John Curry, Harvey Lazenby and John Carpenter


Lovey Mason

RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 16 Jul 2006 and updated on 24Mar2015 from Larry Mason. "Her 1st husband was Raymond Bowden. Husband #2 was Roy Sanders. From what I have been told Lovie and Roy when they were killed in a car accident they had identical injuries. Found on her body was a very large sum of money. She did not believe in banks."

OBITUARY: Shawnee News-star. Shawnee, Oklahoma. Friday, March 13,1959. Page 2 Column 1 Sanders Rites Set for today Funeral service for Mr. And Mrs. Roy Sanders, 524 North Union who died from injuries received in an automobile accident near Wewoka Tuesday, will be held in the Gaskill funeral chapel today at 2 p. m. Rev. J. L. Mitchell, Pastor of the liberty Missionary Baptist Church, will conduct the service. Burial will be in Blackburn Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Sanders was born July 17, 1892, Springdale, Ark. She was born Jul 2, 1910, in Haskell County, Okla. They lived West of Shawnee for many years, where they operated a grocery store. They had been visiting in Arkansas and were on their way back to Shawnee when the accident occurred. Mr. And Mrs. Sanders are survived by their children, Ralph D. Sanders, 1220 North Pennsylvania; Rex Sanders, Van Nuys, Calif; J. B. Bowden, Route 4; Ira Lee Bowden, of California. Mrs. Ruby Smith, Bentonville, La.; Mrs. Reba Welch, Los Angeles, Calif, and 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Sanders is also survived by two brothers, John Mason, Lexington; Harrison Mason, Oklahoma City; and four sisters, Mrs. Leona Lincoln, Sequim, Wash.; Mrs. Maude Pallette, El Cajon, Calif,; Mrs. Bowden, Casmeir, Wash,; and Mrs. Daisy Clark, Buhl, Ida. Mr. Sanders is survived by three brothers, Alfred, Lincoln, Ark,; Bert, Fort Smith, Ark,; Garland, Rogers, Ark,; and two sisters Mrs. Eunice Baker, Rogers, Ark,; and Mrs. Ola Prerer, Huntsville, Ark. Bearers will be T. H. Garner, W. A. Barton, A. A. Stephens, J. N. Hallman, Billy Dan McKinley, Ray Akin, O. R. Hurley, John Curry, Harvey Lazenby and John Carpenter


Roscoe LeRoy Bowden

Information posted on Family Tree on Ancestry.com by Larry Mason.

OBITUARY: Birth: Mar. 11, 1921Death: Jul. 19, 2006 Roscoe "Ross" LeRoy Bowden passed away in the arms of his beloved wife Wednesday, July 19, 2006, after living a rich and fulfilling life. He was born March 11, 1921, in Kinta, OK to Clarence and Lily Bowden. He moved to the Wenatchee area in 1936. Ross served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, receiving 2 bronze stars, 1 silver star and a purple heart during his service and was credited with shooting down a Japanese (Betty) bomber. Ross met Vivian Roseen and they married December 12, 1949. They owned Bowden's Automotive for 19 years, serving the community as an automotive service and repair shop. He was active in the local chapter of the Elks. Ross coached youth baseball and softball and sponsored girl's softball teams for many years. Ross had a love of the outdoors - hunting, camping, fishing, snowmobiling and boating at any opportunity. He also had an undying love of family...his wife, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the lights of his life and all of his activities centered around his family and many friends. He is survived by his wife, Vivian "Ralphie" Bowden of Wenatchee; three children, Owen (Stephanie) Bowden of Tuscan, AZ, Joyce (Mark) Ross of Ephrata, WA and Wayne (Donele) Bowden of East Wenatchee; five grandchildren, Megan Gillespie, April Grove, Damon Ross, Michelle Bowden and Sarah Bowden; three great-grandchildren, Justin Gillespie, Joshua Gillespie and Julie Grove; five sisters, Leila Johnson, Linda Nofsinger, Ruth Bowden, Doris Gavin and Mildred Ownby. He was preceded in death by one sister; two brothers; and two grandchildren. He leaves a legacy of family love, hard work and honesty. He will be greatly missed. Memorial Services will be given for our Husband, Father and Papa at 11:00 a.m. Friday, July 28,2006, at Evergreen Cemetery Mausoleum in East Wenatchee. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation/Colockum Chapter, rmef.com.