These obituaries are from Rozell Thomas’s new book, Obituaries of Bryan County, Oklahoma, 1930-1934. It is available from the Bryan County Genealogy Library & Archives at P.O. Box 153, Calera, OK 74730-0153. Cost is $20 plus $3.50 postage and handling. Or stop by at 203 N. McKinley, just down the block from the fire station.
Dainey, Mrs. CH- January 2, 1931
Liberty news: Mrs. Dainey, who has been ill for two weeks, died Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Lane. She was rather old. The immediate cause of her death was paralysis. Burial was in the Folsom grave yard Sunday.
Folsom Cemetery, Mrs. Dainey, d: December 26, 1930
Markham, W. Henry CH-November 6, 1931
Wednesday night at 11 o’clock Henry Markham died at the home of his son C. O. Markham in Caddo after a long illness. W. H. Markham was 71 years of age; had lived in Caddo many years and endeared himself to all with whom he came in contact. He was beloved by all children, having spent many hours of his spare time making little toys for them, never receiving monetary reward. His delight was in the laughter and joys of the little fellows. Thursday morning gloom was in the faces of the many little fellows whose lives he brightened.
Funeral services were held at the Markham residence with interment beside his wife in the Caddo Cemetery at 3 o’clock Thursday. Mr. Markham was a member of the Methodist Church for many years and was consistent in his Christian life.
Caddo Cemetery, W. Henry Markham, 1860-Nobmeber 4, 1931
Mullens, Bonnie Mae CH- January 26, 1934
The day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Mullens died Monday at the home of Mrs. Mullens’ sister, Mrs. H. M. James. The funeral was held Tuesday at the residence with Rev. Roy Ellis in charge of the services. Burial was in the Silo Cemetery.
Silo Cemetery, Bonnie Mae Mullens, January 21, 1934-January 22, 1934