Anyone know where the Hatcher community was located?
The Caddo Herald
September 9, 1938
Caddo Pioneer Citizen Died Sunday
W. I. Hatcher died at home in McAlester Sunday. He was buried in Caddo Cemetery at 3 o’clock Monday.
Mr. Hatcher was 87 years of age. He lived many years in the Hatcher community. The school there was named in his honor. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Rev. E. Hotchkin officiated at his funeral.
Mr. Hatcher was respected by all who knew him, a ---upright citizen without guile.
Card of Thanks
We want to thank the good people of Caddo and vicinity for their kindness to us in the obsequies of W. I. Hatcher.
Mrs. W. I. Hatcher and family
Mrs. C. O. Robinson and family
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richie and family
Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Stinson
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Robinson.
February 24, 1939
Mrs. I. W. Hatcher Dies
Mrs. I. W. Hatcher died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. O. Robinson in McAlester Wednesday; the remains were brought to Caddo for burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery* Thursday, the service being at 2pm.
Mrs. Hatcher was one of the old settlers in that community; was preceded in death by her husband last fall. Truly she and he were founders of Christian religion in the early days.
*I took this headstone photo at Gethsemane Cemetery in Caddo.