|Birth: ||Mar. 25, 1846|
|Death: ||Jan. 26, 1906|
CO. C 90 OHIO INF.
My thanks to Mary Lea Sample for informing me of this burial and giving me directions.
The following information supplied by Mary Lea was from "Declaration of a Widow For Original Pension", dated August 6, 1906:
Aluda J. Jeffries, aged 56 years, a resident of Hooker, County of Beaver, State of Oklahoma, appeared before the a notary public declaring that she is the widow of Oliver B. Jeffries, who enrolled as a private in Co. C 90th Ohio Vol. Infantry and died on the 26th day of January in 1906 of heart trouble due to rheumatism.
The said soldier was born March 25, 1846 at Ohio and his occupation was a farmer.
The widow was married to Oliver Jeffries under the name of Aluda J. Nogle at Lexington, Illinois on the 2nd day of November, 1890 by George G. Heming. The soldier's previous wife, Elizabeth, died the 16th of April, 1889 at Lexington, Illinois. The widow's previous husband, George W. Nogle, died Oct. 20th 1886 north of Bloomington, Illinois. The widow had not remarried since Oliver Jeffries' death. She signed the document with her mark.
Oliver Jefferies Burial Site
Plot: Directions: Going out of Guymon north on Hwy. 64 to Boise City, take Hwy. 136 north toward Federita, Kansas. Turn left (west) on Road F and go 1.8 miles. The burial is on the left side of the road in a field, and it is enclosed by a fence.
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Mar 13, 2005
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