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Martha Frances Wheeler Ruyle
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Birth: Nov. 9, 1899
Cowgill
Caldwell County
Missouri, USA
Death: Jun. 3, 1971
Attica
Harper County
Kansas, USA

Martha Frances, daughter of John F. Wheeler & Edwin Hall, married Verne Arden Ruyle, Son of Andrew J. Ruyle and Malinda Strawmatt on 24 Dec. 1921, Beckham Co.,Elk City, OK. She came to Oklahoma in 1915 with her Mother Edwin Wheeler, brother Roscoe an Sister Hessie. She graduated from Canute High School. Mother of Edwin George, Billie Haskell, Bonita Fae, Donnie Max & Elmo Dean.

Donnie Ruyle, Son of Martha Frances Wheeler 
 
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 Parents:
  John F. Wheeler (1860 - 1907)
  Edwin Hall Wheeler (1864 - 1951)
 
 Spouse:
  Verne Arden Ruyle (1893 - 1967)
 
 Children:
  Edwin George Ruyle (1922 - 2004)*
  Tec/5 Billie Haskell Ruyle (1924 - 2008)*
  Bonita Fae Ruyle Hopkins (1927 - 2008)*
 
 Siblings:
  Roscoe Conklin Wheeler (1885 - 1965)*
  Hessie A. Wheeler Hutchinson (1887 - 1974)*
  Martha Frances Wheeler Ruyle (1899 - 1971)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Picture at top is of Martha's Graduation picture, Canute High School, OK
 
Burial:
Canute Cemetery
Canute
Washita County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Section 8
 
Created by: Donnie Ruyle
Record added: Jul 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20685751
Martha Frances <i>Wheeler</i> Ruyle
Added by: Donnie Ruyle
 
Martha Frances <i>Wheeler</i> Ruyle
Added by: Donnie Ruyle
 
Martha Frances <i>Wheeler</i> Ruyle
Added by: Donnie Ruyle
 
 
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