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From: PEGGY TRUESDELL <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] ALLSUP (Jean C.)
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 02:48:31 -0700 (PDT)
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Jean, this is from obituaries (without dates) link on 3 Forks Genealogical Society of Wagoner, Wagoner, Oklahoma:
 
ABERNATHY, ALLSUP, BERGSTROM, RASCO, SHEMWOOD, VANZANDT, ZURZOLA
 
Ruth ALLSUP ABERNATHY, born April 9, 1900 at Ardmore, came to the Willow Ocina community when she was two years old with her parents, the late C.C. ALLSUPS, where she grew up and attended the Urbana school. July 11, 1920, she was married to Jake ABERNATHY of the Carter- Highway community at the home of her parents, located north of the Ocina school. The couple left for Clovis, New Mexico in September of the same year where they were engaged in farming and ranching.  It was here three sons and one daughter were born.
 
Ruth had not been well for a year, but thinking nothing was seriously wrong until she suffered a stroke at her home, and was rushed to the Clovis, New Mexico hospital where she died February 1, 1971 at 4:30 p.m. Funeral services were held February 3 at 2:30 p.m. in the Parkland Baptist church with Dr. Herbert E. BERGSTROM, pastor, afficiating. Interment was in the Mission Garden of Memories, under the direction of SHEMWOOD Mortuary.
 
Survivors include her husband Jake; three sons, Hez of Lubbock, Texas, Aden of Clovis, New Mexico, James, Los Angeles, California; one daughter, Mrs. Dick ZURZOLA, Clovis, New Mexico; 11 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren; two brothers, Martin ALLSUP, Denard, Arkansas and Bud ALLSUP, Rico Rivera, California; two sisters, Mrs. Daisy RASCO, Clovis, New Mexico and Mrs. Ollie VAN ZANDT, Willow.
 
Pallbearers were her grandsons, Jake ABERNATHY, Don ABERNATHY, Geary ABERNATHY, Chris ZURZOLA, Dick ZURZOLA, Joe ABERNATHY, Johnny ABERNATHY and Randy ABERNATHY.  Attending last rites were Mr. and Mrs. Elzy VANZANDT, Willow. Mr. and Mrs. Ted ABERNATHY and daughter Faye of the Carter-Highway community and Mrs. Vera ABERNATHY, Sweetwater.
Submitted by Phyllis Hill
 
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In addition to this one, there is another ALSUP obit appearing just two posts below this one.  Also, have been reading Silas Claiborne TURNBO manuscripts and saw mention of ALSUP in one of them.  You'll recall that he was sometimes in Missouri or Oklahoma -- as well as Arkansas -- when writing.  Believe the ALSUP mentioned by SCT was in Missouri, and was in one of his WBTS stories.
 
Always on the look out for my fellow List members.
 
Peggy {KING} TRUESDELL


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