|Death: ||Sep. 19, 1931|
Mrs. Atterberry Killed Here Saturday
Mrs. John Atterberry, 68 years of age, whose home was at Seminole, died here at 10:00 p.m. after being injured in a car accident in which the car she was riding in is said to have turned over, three times after being struck by a car driven by Mrs. J.B. Clark.
In the Ford roadster in which Mrs. Atterberry was riding, coming to Coalgate to visit her daughter, Mrs. H.L. Green, was her son, Jack Atterberry, and grandson Vernon Creig and wife. The accident occurred about 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
Mrs. Atterberry was the only one seriously hurt in the accident. The accident is said to have been unavoidable.
Mrs. Atterberry is survived by her husband, John Atterberry, one son, John Q. "Jack" Atteberry , of Seminole, and her duaghter, Mrs. H.L. Green of Coalgate.
Burial was at Standing Rock, southwest of Lehigh, Sunday afternoon.
Coalgate Courier, Coalgate, OK, Thursday, September 24, 1931.
Note. She was actually buried at Bells Chapel.
Georgia Anna Wolf was first married to John C. Craig and the mother of four children. As far as is known at present only one of these children lived to adulthood and that was the son Mezeppa Lee Craig. This couple divorced in July of 1898.
Georgia had descendants of both Craig and Atterberry surnames.
Georgia Ann Wolf was a descendant of the famous Wolf family of Norfork, AR. She was the grand daughter of George Washington Wolf and the great grand daughter of Major Jacob Wolf. Her Wolf ancestors can be found in the HIstoric Wolf Cemetery in Baxter County, AR.
Asa Michael Wolf (1840 - 1906)
Sarah Jane Adams Wolf (1844 - 1871)
John Edward Atteberry (1862 - 1936)
Mezeppa Lee Craig (1888 - 1920)*
Jewell Atteberry Green (1900 - 1980)*
John Q. Atteberry (1902 - 1978)*
Georgia Anna Wolf Atteberry (1864 - 1931)
Urah Lee Wolf (1868 - 1955)*
Balls Chapel Cemetery
Created by: Dorothy Boynton
Record added: Feb 08, 2011
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