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Mabel Ann Jones McInnes
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Birth: Sep. 24, 1913
Garvin County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Jun. 18, 2014
Broken Arrow
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA

Mabel is the oldest child of Herbert Lester Jones and Myrtle Wood. She married Marion Elmo McInnes on December 9, 1931 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They never had any children. They lived next door to us while growing up, and even though she was my cousin I always called her Aunt Mabel as she and my mom were the same age. She began taking ceramic lessons and excelled in it and soon she was helping teach. She exhibited her work at the state fair for many years often winning first place ribbons. She was moved to a nursing home in Broken Arrow after the death of her last sibling and we miss her greatly. (bio by: Linda (Dyer) Craig) 
Family links: 
  Herbert Lester Jones (1893 - 1966)
  Myrtle Wood Jones (1893 - 1987)
  Elmo Marion McInnes (1910 - 1984)
  Mabel Ann Jones McInnes (1913 - 2014)
  Norman Lee Jones (1917 - 1920)*
  Herbert Lester Jones (1921 - 2006)*
  Norma Jean Jones Jernigan (1932 - 2004)*
*Calculated relationship
Resthaven Gardens Cemetery
Oklahoma City
Cleveland County
Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Linda (Dyer) Craig
Record added: Jul 06, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20317283
Mabel Ann <i>Jones</i> McInnes
Added by: Linda (Dyer) Craig
Mabel Ann <i>Jones</i> McInnes
Added by: Linda (Dyer) Craig
Mabel Ann <i>Jones</i> McInnes
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