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Clarence Earl Mounts
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Birth: Dec. 1, 1899
Lewis County
Missouri, USA
Death: Mar. 3, 1953
Ochiltree County
Texas, USA



Clarence E. MOUNTS, 53, died in a local hospital from a heart attack Tuesday morning. Funeral services will be read from the First Baptist Church at 2:30 p. m. Friday with Rev. O. C. Curtis, Pampa, officiating.

MOUNTS, who farmed near Gray, Oklahoma had resided there since 1931. He was born in Lewis county, Missouri.

Interment will be at the Gray Cemetery under the direction of Boxwell Brothers.

Besides Mrs. MOUNTS, he is survived by two sons, Earl of Guymon and Gene of Gray, Oklahoma. His mother, Mrs. Annie MOUNTS of Gray and John of Roslyn, Washington.

Two sisters, Mrs. John RIETVELD, Harvey, Illinois; and Mrs. Carl DELANO, Hooker, Oklahoma and three grand children.

Pallbearers are: Dwight SIMS, Orlan BELL, Elias PADGETT, Robert HOLLAND, Bob SCHUSTER and Leroy CARTER.

(Published in The Ochiltree County Herald (TX), March 5, 1953.)
Family links: 
  John W. Mounts (1872 - 1948)
  Annie L. Mounts (1875 - 1966)
  Justine Golbeck Mounts (1906 - 1998)
  Earl W. Mounts (1927 - 2015)*
  Clarence Earl Mounts (1899 - 1953)
  Samuel A. Mounts (1902 - 1942)*
  Charley B. Mounts (1907 - 1977)*
  William Mounts (1909 - 1988)*
  Kenneth Mounts (1912 - 1992)*
  Luella Mounts Delano (1920 - 2003)*
*Calculated relationship
Ochiltree Cemetery
Ochiltree County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section C / Row 12
Created by: Donna Barnes
Record added: May 30, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53024966
Clarence Earl Mounts
Added by: Donna Barnes
Clarence Earl Mounts
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