|Birth: ||Aug. 24, 1869|
|Death: ||Jun. 15, 1943|
The Carnegie Herald, Wed., June 16,1943
Service Set At 3 p.m. For Mrs. J.W. Hull
Mrs. J.W. Hull, a resident of this community since 1901, died at her home early Tuesday evening. She was stricken suddenly Monday night and grew rapidly worse until her death. She was 73 years old.
Funeral Services will be held at the Methodist church at 3:00 p.m. Thursday by Rev. C.P. D. Mann, former pastor, and burial will be in the Carnegie cemetery. The Eastern Star chapter will conduct a special service at the grave.
Pf the immediate family survivors include her husband, J.W. Hull, a daughter, Mrs. F.K. Horton, and three sons, Joe B. Hull and C.D. Hull of this place and J.W. Hull jr. of Anadarko.
A member of the Methodist church, Mrs. Hull was also well known for her association in fraternal circles, she for years being a member of the Eastern Star, Rebekahs and Royal Neighbors.
The Carnegie Herald, Wed., June 23, 1943
Funeral Services Held For Mrs. Hull
Florence Bell Manning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kliss Manning, was born in Leo, Indiana, August 24, 1869 and died at her home in Carnegie June 15, 1943, after an illness of only a few hours. She was 73 years old.
She was married to J.W. Hull in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1892 and moved to Kansas the same year. In 1898 they came to Oklahoma and located in Grant county near Medford where they lived six years.
At the opening of this country in 1901 they came here and located on a homestead three miles north of town. Later in 1914 they moved to town where they have since lived.
Mrs. Hull was converted and joined the Christian church when a girl and later united with the Methodist church. She was a member of the Eastern Star, Rebekah and Royal Neighbor lodges.
Surviving are her husband, J.W. Hull; her daughter, Mrs. F.K. Horton; three sons, Joe B. and Clarence D. Hull of Carnegie, and J.William of Anadarko; also six grandchildren and a great granddaughter; a brother, S.M. Manning, Ft. Wayne, Indiana and a number of nephews and nieces.
Funeral rites were held at the First Methodist church at 3:00 p.m. Thursday by Rev. C.PD. Mann, former pastor, assisted by Rev. W.G. Beasley, pastor. Pitcher Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements and burial was in the Carnegie cemetery.
The Eastern Star chapter conducted special memorial services at the grave.
Judson W Hull (1866 - 1947)
Joe B Hull (1894 - 1983)*
Clarence D Hull (1895 - 1983)*
James William Hull (1897 - 1975)*
Clara Jane Hull Horton (1900 - 1970)*
Plot: sec 4, lot 44, sp 2
Created by: Lillian
Record added: Nov 06, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43995387
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