Notes for Nancy Alice Cooley (1873-1937) m Levi T Crockett


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Submitted by michael_95073
Note added Mon Nov 11 01:23:34 2013

Birth: 1873
Death: 1937


Family links:
Spouse:
Levi T Crockett (1868 - 1944)

Children:
George J Crockett (1906 - 1922)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Eastern Star emblem

Note: same stone as Levi

Burial:
Fairland Cemetery
Fairland
Ottawa County
Oklahoma, USA

Created by: Sandayheath
Record added: Jan 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32601876



Submitted by michael_95073
Note added Tue Nov 12 15:56:03 2013

Received from Annette Crafton Corbell of okiekin.com, Nov 2013:

Miami News-Record, Miami, Oklahoma, Tues., 25 May, 1937

Crockett Rites

Services were conducted Friday at 2:30 p.m., at the home for Mrs. Alice Crockett, who died Thursday May 20. Elder F.M. Conner was in charge of services, assisted by the Rev. John Elliott.

Miss Alice Nancy Cooley was born at Eric, Mo., May 11, 1873. She came to this community with her parents in 1876. She was married Jan. 6, 1890, to Levi T Crockett. They continued to live in this vicinity where they farmed part of the time, but for the last 25 years or more have been engaged in the restaurant and hotel business. Mr. and Mrs Crockett were the parents of five children, Mrs. Etta Skelton of Berkeley, Cal., Charles of the home, Mrs. Millie Overacre of near Fairfield, and John of Tulsa; and George who preceded his mother in death. Mrs. Crockett is also survived by one brother, George Cooley of Bakersfield, Cal., and three half brothers. Robert Cooley of Los Angeles, Dick Cooley of Bakersfield and Charles Cooley of near Fairland; four half sisters, Mrs. Ida Bond of Hoquian, Wash., Mrs. Jodie Bouthinghouse, Jennie Goodman and Mollie Hazeman, all of Bakersfield, Cal., and her step-mother, Mrs. Mary Cooley of Bakersfield. Mrs. Crockett was a member of the Baptist church and was affiliated with the Eastern Star, Rebekah lodge and Royal Neighbors. The Rebekahs performed their ritual at the home while the Eastern Star gave their ceremony at the grave. Pallbearer were: J. L. England, Eli Dry, R. A. Harper, Wix Hall, E. E. Bowen and R.L. Evans. Burial was in the Fairland cemetery under the direction of J. S. Campbell.





Submitted by michael_95073
Note added Tue Nov 12 15:57:06 2013

http://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71108/m1/3/zoom/

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Levi Crockett and Miss Alice Cooley, daughter of J. L. Cooley of this neighborhood, were married week before last, and had a fine supper and dance given by the bride's parents, and if Mr. Crockett makes as good husband as he is a ball player, the bride will be happy.
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