|Birth: ||Jul. 2, 1846|
Red River County
|Death: ||Jan. 29, 1925|
Daily Herald, Mon., Feb. 2, 1925
T. J. Ribble and daughter, Miss Dorothy, have returned from Graham, where they attended the funeral of Mr. Ribble's sister, MRS. ELIZABETH PUTMAN, on Saturday afternoon, January 31st, whose death occurred at her home in Hobart, Okla., on Thursday.
Mrs. Putman was 70 years of age and was born and reared on Long Creek in the south part of this county. She first married a Mr. Simpson about the time the Civil War broke out, and after his death married Mr. Holly in this county about 1866, and they moved to Young County about ten years later. After her second husband's death, she was married to Mr. Putman and moved to Oklahoma where they resided until her death last week.
She is survived by her husband, five sons and two daughters, all children of the Holly union. She was a good Christian woman and is remembered by the older generation in this county. Two years ago she spent two months with Mr. Ribble here and attended the Granbury old settlers' reunion.
Wed., Feb. 3, 1925 (Oklahoma paper)
MRS. ELIZABETH ANN PUTMAN, 78 years old, died last Thursday morning at the home of her son, R H. Holly, two miles south of Hobart, Oklahoma, and the body was taken to Graham, Texas for burial, being accompanied by R H. Holly and J. J. Putman.
Deceased is survived by two daughters and five sons, as follows. Mrs. G. A. Bosworth, H. R Holly, I. C. Holly, and J. W. Holly, of Hobart; Mrs. K. L. Knight of Sapulpa; W. T. Holly of Fairbury, Neb., and R L. Holly of Brownfield, Texas.
Graham Leader, February 1925
MRS. ELIZABETH RIBBLE PUTMAN, a sister of Mr. W. A. Ribble, died at the home of her son, Richard Holley, in Oklahoma last Thursday, January 29. The body was brought back to Young County and buried in the Gooseneck Cemetery last Saturday afternoon, Rev. G. W. Black conducting the funeral services.
The deceased was born in Red River County, July 2, 1846, and moved to Jack County with her parents in 1855. In 1860 she moved to Parker County.
In August 1861, she was married to W. N. Simpson, who soon died, and in 1865 she was married to I. C. Holley. To this union was born five sons and two daughters, all of whom survive their mother. Mr. Holley died in 1881.
She moved to Young County in 1875 where she lived until 1889 when she married Mr. John Putman and moved to Oklahoma. She was living with her son, Richard Holley, at the time of her death.
In addition to her children, she is survived by three brothers and many other relatives.
Mrs. Putman was a member of the Church of Christ. She was one of our good women who suffered from the hardships of the pioneer days. Coming to Jack County in 1855, she was there when there were very few white people and many Indians. In her girlhood days, she was familiar with the depredations of the marauding Indians.
Her friends in pioneer days will regret to learn of her death.
John R Rible Ribble (1810 - 1856)
Susanna Hunter Ribble (1821 - 1912)
Isaac Caswell Holly (1840 - 1881)*
John Jefferson Putman (1848 - 1931)*
Georgia Ann Holly Stillwell Bosworth (1866 - 1948)*
Richard Harvey Holly (1869 - 1942)*
John Washington Holly (1872 - 1927)*
William T Holly (1874 - 1949)*
Robert Lee Holly (1879 - 1959)*
Nathan Isac Holly (1881 - 1973)*
Edward Jefferson Ribble (1839 - 1920)*
Ellen Ribble (1841 - 1912)*
Harvey Washington Ribble (1844 - 1900)*
Elizabeth Ann Ribble Putman (1846 - 1925)
John Ribble (1849 - 1870)*
William Alexander Ribble (1851 - 1948)*
Thomas Jefferson Ribble (1853 - 1941)*
James M Ribble (1855 - 1875)*
Jacob Cross (1859 - 1935)**
Maintained by: KBStewart-Family
Originally Created by: Jean
Record added: May 13, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14279912
G L Putman
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