Charles Arthur McArtor1

M, b. 7 December 1914, d. 12 June 1972
  • Nickname*: Mutts
  • Name Variation: Mutt McArtor2
  • Birth*: 7 December 1914; Etheridge, Lawrence Co., TN3
  • Census*: 5 April 1940; Charles McArtor, 24, single, 4 yrs high school, b. TN, cream tester, cream plant, at work last week 48 hrs., worked 52 weeks $1040, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes Co., OK; John McArtor 48
    Bessie 45
    Bill 26
    Charles 24
    John 22
    Katherine 12
    Thomas 24
  • Marriage*: 13 March 1942; Principal=Rosa Mae Littlefield3
  • Milit-Beg*: 13 May 1942; Enlisted in Army, Tulsa, Mayes Co., OK; 74" tall, 240 pounds at enlistment
    Native of Tennessee
    Branch immaterial - Warrant Officers
    4 years of high school
    Policement and detectives, public service
    Married5,6
  • Misc*: 31 August 1945; There is a Charles A. McArtor who arrived in NY on this date from Reykjavik, Iceland on the Queen Elizabeth, NY; Staged at: Reykjavik Iceland Base Command
    To: US via UK 3 Aug 1945
    Shipment RCC 4-A
    Quartermaster Truck Company
    Section I - Other Personnel
    #9 McArtor, Charles A. (18) Sgt 38128282 QMC 566 637
  • Death*: 12 June 1972; Pryor, Mayes Co., OK; Social Security Death Index
    Name: Charles Mcartor
    Date of Birth: Monday December 07, 1914
    Date of Death: June 1972
    Est. Age at death: 57 years, 6 months
    Last known residence:
    State: Unknown

    Social Security details:
    State of Issue: Oklahoma
    Number: 440-20-0310
    3,8

Family: Rosa Mae Littlefield b. 28 Nov 1923, d. 7 Mar 2010

Citations

  1. [S34] Email from Keith O. McArtor to Robert Clyde McArtor, dated 4/5/10. Letter copied to John Arthur McArtor memo.
  2. [S13] Muskogee Phoenix online obit.
  3. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  4. [S1] United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VBKM-4TW : accessed 22 July 2012), John Mcartor, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes, Oklahoma, United States. ED 49-17, sheet 4B.
  5. [S13] According to Robert C. McArtor there is a web source with "U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946".
  6. [S36] Robert C. McArtor file labelled WWII McArtors.doc. Maybe from Pat McArtor.
  7. [S28] http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/
  8. [S29] GenealogyBank.com.

Mary Elizabeth McArtor1

F, b. 15 April 1916
  • Child*: 1 child: Robert Graham Porterfield, Jr.1
  • Married Name: Porterfield
  • Birth*: 15 April 1916; Etheridge, Lawrence Co., TN1
  • Marriage*: 1 June 1936; Principal=Graham Porterfield1
  • Residence*: June 2008; "of Pryor", OK2
  • Misc*: June 2008; Survives the death of her brother, Thomas Harwood McArtor on this date2
  • Misc: 29 December 2010; survives the death of her brother, John Arthur McArtor, Jr. on this date, Pryor; January 3, 2011

    John McArtor, Jr.
    The Pryor Daily Times Mon Jan 03, 2011, 08:47 AM CST

    — Memorial services for John McArtor Jr., 93, Pryor, will be Monday, Jan. 3, at 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church. Pastor Rob Harris will officiate. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    McArtor was born June 10, 1917, in Ethridge, Tenn. to John

    and Mary (Locke) McArtor, Sr. He died on Dec. 29,

    in Pryor at the

    age of 93 years

    six months and

    19 days.

    He was a lifetime resident of Pryor. He worked for Nipak for several years as a Process Equipment Operator. He was a very devoted member of the First United Methodist Church and was also a member of both the American Legion and VFW. He was married to Colleen Courington on Dec. 25, 1941, in Las Vegas, Nev.; she preceded him in death on Aug. 14, 2003. He had served on the Board of Directors for Mayes County Nutrition Center. He was a veteran of World War II serving with the United States Marine Corps. He enjoyed gardening and doing wood work. He was an avid golfer and was very proud that he could still walk nine holes of golf at the age of 93.

    He is survived by two sons: John McArtor III and wife Cyndi of Grove, Jerry McArtor and wife DeAnn of Tulsa; three grandchildren: Rachel, Patrick, Joshua; two great grandchildren: Tom and Molly; two sisters: Kathryn Venamon of Pryor and Mary Porterfield of Pryor. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers Bill, Charles and Tom.

    In lieu of other remembrances donations can be made to Scout Troop #83 @ the First United Methodist Church. You may sign John’s “Memory Book” at www.stephensmemorialchapel.com.

    3

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S5] http://pryordailytimes.com/obituaries/x519316043/…
  3. [S5] Pryor Daily Times online.

Graham Porterfield1

M

Family: Mary Elizabeth McArtor b. 15 Apr 1916

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.

John Arthur McArtor Jr.

M, b. 10 June 1917, d. 29 December 2010
  • Birth*: 10 June 1917; Etheridge, Lawrence Co., TN; Head of the family

    Pryor man recalls life in Mayes County

    Sommer Woodward
    Staff Reporter

    Family is very important to John McArtor, Jr., who turned 90-years-old Sunday.

    McArtor was born in Ethridge, Tenn., on June 10, 1917, to John Sr. and Bessie McArtor.

    McArtor’s father owned a farm where he raised horses in Ethridge, but couldn’t take care of the farm.

    His dad knew several people who moved to Pryor from Tennessee and he packed up the family and moved in 1919.

    John and Bessie had four children under 6 at the time, Bill, Mary, Charles (Mutt) and John Jr.

    Two more siblings were later born to the family in Oklahoma, Tom and Kathryn.

    McArtor’s dad opened a grocery store on Graham Avenue in the middle of the block where Sharpe’s Department store is located.

    The store was called People’s Mercantile, but his father lost it in the depression along with two farms he purchased and rented out north of Pryor.

    McArtor said there were three grocery stores on the same block as his father’s.

    He said grocery stores were just like filling stations back then. They were on every corner.

    His father’s store would stay open late on Saturdays since everyone came to town that night.

    McArtor never worked in the store like his older brother, but he did take care of some of the cattle on the farms north of town.

    Occasionally, he would take a wagon to Adair and get a load of flour to take back to his father at the store.

    The depression began in 1929 and McArtor could tell people were hurting.

    “People just didn’t have any money,” he said.

    But McArtor said his father was lucky because he still had a job and some money.

    John Sr., had most of his money in Citizens National Bank, which was located where the Hardy Building is today. When the bank closed, John Sr., lost almost everything, including the store and the farms.

    People’s Mercantile closed its doors in 1935 and his father began working for the government on a soup line. McArtor said the soup line was on the corner of Highway 20 and Highway 69.

    McArtor said this was a place for people to come.

    “They was trying to get something to eat,” he said. “People absolutely had no money.”

    Things began looking up financially when World War II began and his father got a job at the Powder Plant.

    When the plant closed, John Sr., chose a career as a contract painter.

    He continued painting until he retired.

    McArtor remembers his father would work and come home and would take care of his family.

    John Sr., was never into politics much, but did join the local chamber of commerce when he owned the grocery store.

    “He was a serious man, but he was a family man,” he said. “That was his main thing. He took care of his family.”

    McArtor’s mother, Bessie, spent most of her time looking after the six children.

    McArtor said since all four boys didn’t get married until they were 21 or older, his mother took care of them all.

    “We didn’t leave the house unless we had an ironed shirt on,” he said. “She was a hard worker.”

    He said Bessie took pride in what her children looked like and her children always came first.

    McArtor said times were different back then.

    “Young folks just don’t understand,” he said.

    McArtor said people had one pair of nice shoes, if they had any, and one nice outfit for Sunday School.

    He said people took care of their nice things because that was the only nice thing they had.

    McArtor’s first job was working at a grocery store, which was next door to where his father’s store used to be.

    McArtor worked on weekends and during the summer as a clerk and delivering groceries three times a day.

    He met the woman who would be his wife for 62 years in Pryor in 1939.

    Colleen Covington was from Afton and moved to Pryor.

    McArtor saw her walking around the corner from where he worked and was smitten.

    “I looked at her and said ‘That’s my girl’,” he recalled.

    Colleen was in high school at the time, so McArtor knew a girl in high school who took him to meet her.

    He asked her out on a date and she accepted. Their first date was a pie supper.

    The pair was voted the most love sick couple on their first date and they won a jar of pickles.

    In 1941, he and four other people went to California to aircraft school and he got a job at Lockheed.

    He and Colleen stayed together and she came out to California.

    They traveled to Las Vegas, Nev., on Christmas Day in 1941 and married.

    A short while later in 1942, McArtor volunteered for the Marine Corps.

    His first son, John McArtor III, was born Feb. 4, 1943, shortly before McArtor was sent to war.

    He spent a year and a half in the Pacific in the Marion and Marshall Islands.

    McArtor said everyone was afraid of going to war, but “it was just a chance you took.”

    He said going over to the Pacific was bad because of all the submarines.

    “You would go north a while and south a while to dodge the submarines,” he said.

    McArtor worked diesel electric while in the Marine Corps.

    Colleen wrote him all the time while he was away. Since mail didn’t come every day, McArtor would get several cards at one time.

    McArtor explained they sent “v-mail”, cards which were smaller than a post card.

    He wasn’t allowed to tell Colleen anything about the war or where he was, but he enjoyed getting the cards.

    McArtor said he missed Christmas with his son for three years, but was discharged on his son’s birthday in 1946.

    After the war, McArtor began working for Ajak Pipeline and got an opportunity to come back to Pryor in 1948, the same year his second son was born, Jerry.

    When the pipeline company was shut down, McArtor began working for John Deere, which became Nipak.

    He retired as an operator at Nipak in 1982.

    McArtor enjoys being a father, but he admits he always wanted a little girl.

    But he and Colleen decided to stop having children after the two boys.

    “We love kids,” he said.

    He joked that he told Colleen he would have another if she could promise to have a little girl.

    McArtor got a chance to be around a little girl when his granddaughter, Rachel, was born.

    He said she was around a lot before she was 3.

    “She never was a little girl,” he said with a smile. “I never seen that girl with a doll.”

    He said she was always outside watching someone on a lawnmower.

    One of the McArtor’s favorite things to do is play golf.

    His son, Jerry, would come down every Thursday and Colleen would cook breakfast before the two went off the play golf together.

    McArtor lost his wife of 62 years four years ago in August.

    “I guess that was just the sweetest girl that ever lived,” he said.

    In 62 years of marriage, McArtor said they never argued.

    “She would not argue,” he said. “When it came to that point, she would shut up and would not say a word.”

    McArtor took down a picture of he and his wife.

    “I don’t give her up,” he said. “I talk to her every night.”

    McArtor said Colleen was a great mother and life with her couldn’t have been any better.

    He loves being the grandfather of two boys and one girl and is now the great-grandfather of a 2-year-old boy.

    There are now four generations of John McArtors alive, John McArtor Jr., John McArtor III, John Joshua McArtor (Josh) and John Thomas McArtor (Tom).

    The family has grown to include son, John McArtor III and wife, Cyndi; son, Jerry McArtor and wife, DeAnn; grandson, John Joshua McArtor and wife, Michelle; grandson, Patrick; granddaughter, Rachel McArtor and great-grandson, John Thomas.

    The family came to Pryor last weekend to celebrate McArtor’s 90th birthday and went to the Pryor Creek Golf Course on Saturday to play golf.

    Last Saturday, McArtor played golf with John III, Jerry, John Joshua, Michelle, Patrick and John Thomas.

    Both sons come to Pryor every Thursday and play golf, then go out to eat with him.

    The boys will visit today for Father’s Day.

    “Anything I need or want, they get me,” he said with a smile. “You got to feel like you have done something good if your kids come over and take care of you and see you like that.”1
  • Census*: 5 April 1940; John McArtor, Jr., 22, single, 4 yrs. high school, b. TN, delivery truck driver, dairy, not at work last wk., worked 26 wiks last year $468, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes Co., OK; John McArtor 48
    Bessie 45
    Bill 26
    Charles 24
    John 22
    Katherine 12
    Thomas 22
  • Marriage*: 25 December 1941; Las Vegas, NV; In obit it's Courington, not Covington; Principal=Tula Colleen Covington1,3
  • Milit-End*: circa 1945; served with US Marine Corps during WWII; January 3, 2011

    John McArtor, Jr.
    The Pryor Daily Times Mon Jan 03, 2011, 08:47 AM CST

    — Memorial services for John McArtor Jr., 93, Pryor, will be Monday, Jan. 3, at 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church. Pastor Rob Harris will officiate. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    McArtor was born June 10, 1917, in Ethridge, Tenn. to John

    and Mary (Locke) McArtor, Sr. He died on Dec. 29,

    in Pryor at the

    age of 93 years

    six months and

    19 days.

    He was a lifetime resident of Pryor. He worked for Nipak for several years as a Process Equipment Operator. He was a very devoted member of the First United Methodist Church and was also a member of both the American Legion and VFW. He was married to Colleen Courington on Dec. 25, 1941, in Las Vegas, Nev.; she preceded him in death on Aug. 14, 2003. He had served on the Board of Directors for Mayes County Nutrition Center. He was a veteran of World War II serving with the United States Marine Corps. He enjoyed gardening and doing wood work. He was an avid golfer and was very proud that he could still walk nine holes of golf at the age of 93.

    He is survived by two sons: John McArtor III and wife Cyndi of Grove, Jerry McArtor and wife DeAnn of Tulsa; three grandchildren: Rachel, Patrick, Joshua; two great grandchildren: Tom and Molly; two sisters: Kathryn Venamon of Pryor and Mary Porterfield of Pryor. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers Bill, Charles and Tom.

    In lieu of other remembrances donations can be made to Scout Troop #83 @ the First United Methodist Church. You may sign John’s “Memory Book” at www.stephensmemorialchapel.com.

    3
  • Misc*: 18 June 2007; Turned 90; Head of the family

    Pryor man recalls life in Mayes County

    Sommer Woodward
    Staff Reporter

    Family is very important to John McArtor, Jr., who turned 90-years-old Sunday.

    McArtor was born in Ethridge, Tenn., on June 10, 1917, to John Sr. and Bessie McArtor.

    McArtor’s father owned a farm where he raised horses in Ethridge, but couldn’t take care of the farm.

    His dad knew several people who moved to Pryor from Tennessee and he packed up the family and moved in 1919.

    John and Bessie had four children under 6 at the time, Bill, Mary, Charles (Mutt) and John Jr.

    Two more siblings were later born to the family in Oklahoma, Tom and Kathryn.

    McArtor’s dad opened a grocery store on Graham Avenue in the middle of the block where Sharpe’s Department store is located.

    The store was called People’s Mercantile, but his father lost it in the depression along with two farms he purchased and rented out north of Pryor.

    McArtor said there were three grocery stores on the same block as his father’s.

    He said grocery stores were just like filling stations back then. They were on every corner.

    His father’s store would stay open late on Saturdays since everyone came to town that night.

    McArtor never worked in the store like his older brother, but he did take care of some of the cattle on the farms north of town.

    Occasionally, he would take a wagon to Adair and get a load of flour to take back to his father at the store.

    The depression began in 1929 and McArtor could tell people were hurting.

    “People just didn’t have any money,” he said.

    But McArtor said his father was lucky because he still had a job and some money.

    John Sr., had most of his money in Citizens National Bank, which was located where the Hardy Building is today. When the bank closed, John Sr., lost almost everything, including the store and the farms.

    People’s Mercantile closed its doors in 1935 and his father began working for the government on a soup line. McArtor said the soup line was on the corner of Highway 20 and Highway 69.

    McArtor said this was a place for people to come.

    “They was trying to get something to eat,” he said. “People absolutely had no money.”

    Things began looking up financially when World War II began and his father got a job at the Powder Plant.

    When the plant closed, John Sr., chose a career as a contract painter.

    He continued painting until he retired.

    McArtor remembers his father would work and come home and would take care of his family.

    John Sr., was never into politics much, but did join the local chamber of commerce when he owned the grocery store.

    “He was a serious man, but he was a family man,” he said. “That was his main thing. He took care of his family.”

    McArtor’s mother, Bessie, spent most of her time looking after the six children.

    McArtor said since all four boys didn’t get married until they were 21 or older, his mother took care of them all.

    “We didn’t leave the house unless we had an ironed shirt on,” he said. “She was a hard worker.”

    He said Bessie took pride in what her children looked like and her children always came first.

    McArtor said times were different back then.

    “Young folks just don’t understand,” he said.

    McArtor said people had one pair of nice shoes, if they had any, and one nice outfit for Sunday School.

    He said people took care of their nice things because that was the only nice thing they had.

    McArtor’s first job was working at a grocery store, which was next door to where his father’s store used to be.

    McArtor worked on weekends and during the summer as a clerk and delivering groceries three times a day.

    He met the woman who would be his wife for 62 years in Pryor in 1939.

    Colleen Covington was from Afton and moved to Pryor.

    McArtor saw her walking around the corner from where he worked and was smitten.

    “I looked at her and said ‘That’s my girl’,” he recalled.

    Colleen was in high school at the time, so McArtor knew a girl in high school who took him to meet her.

    He asked her out on a date and she accepted. Their first date was a pie supper.

    The pair was voted the most love sick couple on their first date and they won a jar of pickles.

    In 1941, he and four other people went to California to aircraft school and he got a job at Lockheed.

    He and Colleen stayed together and she came out to California.

    They traveled to Las Vegas, Nev., on Christmas Day in 1941 and married.

    A short while later in 1942, McArtor volunteered for the Marine Corps.

    His first son, John McArtor III, was born Feb. 4, 1943, shortly before McArtor was sent to war.

    He spent a year and a half in the Pacific in the Marion and Marshall Islands.

    McArtor said everyone was afraid of going to war, but “it was just a chance you took.”

    He said going over to the Pacific was bad because of all the submarines.

    “You would go north a while and south a while to dodge the submarines,” he said.

    McArtor worked diesel electric while in the Marine Corps.

    Colleen wrote him all the time while he was away. Since mail didn’t come every day, McArtor would get several cards at one time.

    McArtor explained they sent “v-mail”, cards which were smaller than a post card.

    He wasn’t allowed to tell Colleen anything about the war or where he was, but he enjoyed getting the cards.

    McArtor said he missed Christmas with his son for three years, but was discharged on his son’s birthday in 1946.

    After the war, McArtor began working for Ajak Pipeline and got an opportunity to come back to Pryor in 1948, the same year his second son was born, Jerry.

    When the pipeline company was shut down, McArtor began working for John Deere, which became Nipak.

    He retired as an operator at Nipak in 1982.

    McArtor enjoys being a father, but he admits he always wanted a little girl.

    But he and Colleen decided to stop having children after the two boys.

    “We love kids,” he said.

    He joked that he told Colleen he would have another if she could promise to have a little girl.

    McArtor got a chance to be around a little girl when his granddaughter, Rachel, was born.

    He said she was around a lot before she was 3.

    “She never was a little girl,” he said with a smile. “I never seen that girl with a doll.”

    He said she was always outside watching someone on a lawnmower.

    One of the McArtor’s favorite things to do is play golf.

    His son, Jerry, would come down every Thursday and Colleen would cook breakfast before the two went off the play golf together.

    McArtor lost his wife of 62 years four years ago in August.

    “I guess that was just the sweetest girl that ever lived,” he said.

    In 62 years of marriage, McArtor said they never argued.

    “She would not argue,” he said. “When it came to that point, she would shut up and would not say a word.”

    McArtor took down a picture of he and his wife.

    “I don’t give her up,” he said. “I talk to her every night.”

    McArtor said Colleen was a great mother and life with her couldn’t have been any better.

    He loves being the grandfather of two boys and one girl and is now the great-grandfather of a 2-year-old boy.

    There are now four generations of John McArtors alive, John McArtor Jr., John McArtor III, John Joshua McArtor (Josh) and John Thomas McArtor (Tom).

    The family has grown to include son, John McArtor III and wife, Cyndi; son, Jerry McArtor and wife, DeAnn; grandson, John Joshua McArtor and wife, Michelle; grandson, Patrick; granddaughter, Rachel McArtor and great-grandson, John Thomas.

    The family came to Pryor last weekend to celebrate McArtor’s 90th birthday and went to the Pryor Creek Golf Course on Saturday to play golf.

    Last Saturday, McArtor played golf with John III, Jerry, John Joshua, Michelle, Patrick and John Thomas.

    Both sons come to Pryor every Thursday and play golf, then go out to eat with him.

    The boys will visit today for Father’s Day.

    “Anything I need or want, they get me,” he said with a smile. “You got to feel like you have done something good if your kids come over and take care of you and see you like that.”4
  • Misc: June 2008; Survives the death of his brother, Thomas Harwood McArtor on this date5
  • Death*: 29 December 2010; aged 93 yrs., 6 mos., 19 days, Pryor; January 3, 2011

    John McArtor, Jr.
    The Pryor Daily Times Mon Jan 03, 2011, 08:47 AM CST

    — Memorial services for John McArtor Jr., 93, Pryor, will be Monday, Jan. 3, at 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church. Pastor Rob Harris will officiate. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    McArtor was born June 10, 1917, in Ethridge, Tenn. to John

    and Mary (Locke) McArtor, Sr. He died on Dec. 29,

    in Pryor at the

    age of 93 years

    six months and

    19 days.

    He was a lifetime resident of Pryor. He worked for Nipak for several years as a Process Equipment Operator. He was a very devoted member of the First United Methodist Church and was also a member of both the American Legion and VFW. He was married to Colleen Courington on Dec. 25, 1941, in Las Vegas, Nev.; she preceded him in death on Aug. 14, 2003. He had served on the Board of Directors for Mayes County Nutrition Center. He was a veteran of World War II serving with the United States Marine Corps. He enjoyed gardening and doing wood work. He was an avid golfer and was very proud that he could still walk nine holes of golf at the age of 93.

    He is survived by two sons: John McArtor III and wife Cyndi of Grove, Jerry McArtor and wife DeAnn of Tulsa; three grandchildren: Rachel, Patrick, Joshua; two great grandchildren: Tom and Molly; two sisters: Kathryn Venamon of Pryor and Mary Porterfield of Pryor. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers Bill, Charles and Tom.

    In lieu of other remembrances donations can be made to Scout Troop #83 @ the First United Methodist Church. You may sign John’s “Memory Book” at www.stephensmemorialchapel.com.3,6

Family: Tula Colleen Covington b. 19 Feb 1924, d. 14 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S1] United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VBKM-4TW : accessed 22 July 2012), John Mcartor, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes, Oklahoma, United States. ED 49-17, sheet 4B.
  3. [S5] Pryor Daily Times online.
  4. [S27] The Daily Times, 18 Feb 2007 Pryor.
  5. [S5] http://pryordailytimes.com/obituaries/x519316043/…
  6. [S13] Findagrave.com.

Ruby Kathryn McArtor1,2

F, b. 16 April 1927
  • Alt name*: Kathryn McArtor
  • Children*: 2 Children: Susan Kay & Paul David Venamon1
  • Married Name: Vienamon
  • Birth*: 16 April 1927; OK1,3
  • Census*: 5 April 1940; Katherine McArtor, 12, 6th grade, b. OK, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes Co., OK; John McArtor 48
    Bessie 45
    Bill 26
    Charles 24
    John 22
    Katherine 12
    Thomas 24
  • Married Name: 28 January 1950; Venamon1
  • Marriage*: 28 January 1950; Principal=Ralph Venamon1
  • Residence*: 1996; Pryor, OK2
  • Misc*: June 2008; Survives the death of her brother, Thomas Harwood McArtor on this date, Pryor, OK5
  • Misc: 29 December 2010; survives the death of her brother, John Arthur McArtor, Jr. on this date, Pryor; January 3, 2011

    John McArtor, Jr.
    The Pryor Daily Times Mon Jan 03, 2011, 08:47 AM CST

    — Memorial services for John McArtor Jr., 93, Pryor, will be Monday, Jan. 3, at 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church. Pastor Rob Harris will officiate. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    McArtor was born June 10, 1917, in Ethridge, Tenn. to John

    and Mary (Locke) McArtor, Sr. He died on Dec. 29,

    in Pryor at the

    age of 93 years

    six months and

    19 days.

    He was a lifetime resident of Pryor. He worked for Nipak for several years as a Process Equipment Operator. He was a very devoted member of the First United Methodist Church and was also a member of both the American Legion and VFW. He was married to Colleen Courington on Dec. 25, 1941, in Las Vegas, Nev.; she preceded him in death on Aug. 14, 2003. He had served on the Board of Directors for Mayes County Nutrition Center. He was a veteran of World War II serving with the United States Marine Corps. He enjoyed gardening and doing wood work. He was an avid golfer and was very proud that he could still walk nine holes of golf at the age of 93.

    He is survived by two sons: John McArtor III and wife Cyndi of Grove, Jerry McArtor and wife DeAnn of Tulsa; three grandchildren: Rachel, Patrick, Joshua; two great grandchildren: Tom and Molly; two sisters: Kathryn Venamon of Pryor and Mary Porterfield of Pryor. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers Bill, Charles and Tom.

    In lieu of other remembrances donations can be made to Scout Troop #83 @ the First United Methodist Church. You may sign John’s “Memory Book” at www.stephensmemorialchapel.com.6

Family: Ralph Venamon d. 2 Oct 1971

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S40] Barfield - Cullins/McArtor - Reece Journal by H. Harvey Barfield III. Vol XI, Number 02. March/April 1997.
  3. [S34] Email from Keith O. McArtor to Robert Clyde McArtor, dated 4/5/10. Letter copied to John Arthur McArtor memo.
  4. [S1] United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VBKM-4TW : accessed 22 July 2012), John Mcartor, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes, Oklahoma, United States. ED 49-17, sheet 4B.
  5. [S5] http://pryordailytimes.com/obituaries/x519316043/…
  6. [S5] Pryor Daily Times online.

Ralph Venamon1

M, d. 2 October 1971

Family: Ruby Kathryn McArtor b. 16 Apr 1927

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.

Thomas Harwood McArtor

M, b. 26 May 1937
  • Death*: Pryor, Mayes Co., OK1
  • Misc*: Pryor City Councilman, Lions Club member, football & softball coach for children's teams, taught Sunday School at First Methodist Church of Pryor. Also Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Chairman of Bldg. Cmt & Treasurer of United Methodist Church, Adair2
  • Occupation*: Draftsman with John Deere Co., etc., then managed a mobile home construction plant near Pryor.2
  • Birth*: 26 May 1937; born in the home of his father., Pryor, OK; Pryor Daily Times
    June 23, 2008
    Tommy Harwood McArtor



    Memorial services for Tommy Harwood McArtor are 2 p.m., Monday, June 23, at Adair United Methodist Church. Services are under the direction of Key Funeral Home, Pryor.

    McArtor died Thursday, June 19, at his home in Pryor after a long and courageous struggle with cancer. He was 71.

    He was born in Pryor on May 26, 1937, in the home of his father purchased in 1919. He graduated from Pryor High School in 1955 and enrolled in Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. In early 1956, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, eventually joining the 101st Airborne Division, and served in the Army Reserves until 1960.

    Returning to Pryor, he began a long career as a draftsman, first with the John Deere, Co., and then successively with Nipak Corp., Cherokee Nitrogen and Protein Technologies, Inc. In the early 1970s, he entered the mobile home construction industry, managing a plant outside of Pryor. In 1977, he married the former Joyce Gwartney and they were happily married until his death, soul mates all the way. In 1995, he started McArtor Maintenance Company, a construction business, which he managed until retirement in 2002.

    During his busy and productive life, he served his community as a Pryor City Councilman, a member of the Lions Club, a football and softball coach for his children’s teams, and taught Sunday School class for sixth grade boys at they First United Methodist Church of Pryor. In later years, he served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Chairman of the Building Committee and Treasurer of the United Methodist Church, Adair.

    Courageous, kind, and fiercely loyal to his family and friends, he left a legacy of honor, faith and endurance that will live in the heart of others long after his name if forgotten.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, John Arthur and Bessie Locke McArtor, two older brothers, William Peter McArtor and Charles Arthur “Mutt” McArtor, and two grandchildren, Ashley Sword and Richard McArtor. He is survived by his wife, Joyce McArtor, of the home, five children, Keith O. McArtor and wife Melani of Tulsa, Kathy McArtor Rutledge of Claremore, Kim Sword and husband Darryl of Chouteau, Traci Jensen and husband Derrick of Houston, Texas, and Malisa Pierce of Tulsa, one older brother, John McArtor, Jr., two older

    sisters Mary Porterfield and Kathryn Venamon of Pryor, 10 grandchildren, seven nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews and numerous friends and well wishers.

    Friends may leave online condolences at www.keyfuneralhome.com. Family suggests that memorials be made to Adair United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 87, Adair, OK., 74330 or Otterbein United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 280, Langley, OK., 74350.1,3,4
  • Census*: 5 April 1940; Thomas McArtor, 2, b. OK, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes Co., OK; John McArtor 48
    Bessie 45
    Bill 26
    Charles 24
    John 22
    Katherine 12
    Thomas 25
  • Milit-Beg*: 1956; Enlised in U.S. Army; then joined 101st Airborne Division.2
  • Marriage*: 23 December 1957; or 23 Dec 1956, Pryor, OK; Principal=Linda Lockhard1,6
  • Milit-End*: 1960; Served in the Army Reserves until 19602
  • Occupation: between 1995 and 2002; Started McArtor Maintenance Company, a construction business.2
  • Death: 19 June 2008; Tommy McArtor, at his home after a long and courageous struggle with cancer., Pryor, OK; Tommy McArtor:
    Tulsa World (OK) - June 21, 2008
    Deceased Name: Tommy McArtor
    Tommy McArtor, 71, died Thursday. Memorial service 2 p.m. Monday. First United Methodist Church, Adair. Key.

    Pryor Daily Times
    June 23, 2008
    Tommy Harwood McArtor



    Memorial services for Tommy Harwood McArtor are 2 p.m., Monday, June 23, at Adair United Methodist Church. Services are under the direction of Key Funeral Home, Pryor.

    McArtor died Thursday, June 19, at his home in Pryor after a long and courageous struggle with cancer. He was 71.

    He was born in Pryor on May 26, 1937, in the home of his father purchased in 1919. He graduated from Pryor High School in 1955 and enrolled in Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. In early 1956, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, eventually joining the 101st Airborne Division, and served in the Army Reserves until 1960.

    Returning to Pryor, he began a long career as a draftsman, first with the John Deere, Co., and then successively with Nipak Corp., Cherokee Nitrogen and Protein Technologies, Inc. In the early 1970s, he entered the mobile home construction industry, managing a plant outside of Pryor. In 1977, he married the former Joyce Gwartney and they were happily married until his death, soul mates all the way. In 1995, he started McArtor Maintenance Company, a construction business, which he managed until retirement in 2002.

    During his busy and productive life, he served his community as a Pryor City Councilman, a member of the Lions Club, a football and softball coach for his children’s teams, and taught Sunday School class for sixth grade boys at they First United Methodist Church of Pryor. In later years, he served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Chairman of the Building Committee and Treasurer of the United Methodist Church, Adair.

    Courageous, kind, and fiercely loyal to his family and friends, he left a legacy of honor, faith and endurance that will live in the heart of others long after his name if forgotten.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, John Arthur and Bessie Locke McArtor, two older brothers, William Peter McArtor and Charles Arthur “Mutt” McArtor, and two grandchildren, Ashley Sword and Richard McArtor. He is survived by his wife, Joyce McArtor, of the home, five children, Keith O. McArtor and wife Melani of Tulsa, Kathy McArtor Rutledge of Claremore, Kim Sword and husband Darryl of Chouteau, Traci Jensen and husband Derrick of Houston, Texas, and Malisa Pierce of Tulsa, one older brother, John McArtor, Jr., two older

    sisters Mary Porterfield and Kathryn Venamon of Pryor, 10 grandchildren, seven nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews and numerous friends and well wishers.

    Friends may leave online condolences at www.keyfuneralhome.com. Family suggests that memorials be made to Adair United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 87, Adair, OK., 74330 or Otterbein United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 280, Langley, OK., 74350.3,7,2,4
  • Burial*: after 19 June 2008; Graham Memorial Cemetery, Pryor, Mayes Co., OK4

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S5] http://pryordailytimes.com/obituaries/x519316043/…
  3. [S34] Email from Keith O. McArtor to Robert Clyde McArtor, dated 4/5/10. Letter copied to John Arthur McArtor memo.
  4. [S38] Find a Grave.
  5. [S1] United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VBKM-4TW : accessed 22 July 2012), John Mcartor, Pryor Creek, Pryor Creek City, Mayes, Oklahoma, United States. ED 49-17, sheet 4B.
  6. [S13] http://www.gencircles.com/users/jameetina/3/data/5543
  7. [S27] Tulsa World (OK) June 21, 2008.

Lillian Nonnenmacher

F, b. 6 January 1900, d. 18 January 1965
  • Married Name: McArtor
  • Birth*: 6 January 1900; Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; Parents: Frank Charles Nonnenmacher & Fredericka Dressel1,2
  • Marriage*: 10 August 1920; Franklin Co., OH; Delmar P. McArtor
    b.05 Feb 1897 Perry County, Ohio
    age 22
    Lillian Nonnenmacher
    b. 06 Jan 1900 Columbus, Ohio
    age 20
    Marriage date 10 Aug 1920
    Franklin Co., Ohio
    Groom's father: Robert E. Mcartor
    Groom's mother: Emma Dozer
    Bride's father: Frank C. Nonnenmacher
    Bridge's mother: Fredericka Dressel
    both single
    M02358-8
    film 1854973; Principal=Delmar Perle McArtor3,4,5,6
  • Census*: 9 April 1930; Lillian McArtor, 30, married at 20, b. OH, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; Delmar McArtor 33
    Lillian 30
    Kathleen 8
    Patricia 4-11/12
    Emma 60 divorced mother4
  • Death*: 18 January 1965; OH; McArtor, Lillian : Lillian McArtor, 65, of 1359 S. Ohio, died Monday. Member of Oakwood Ave. Methodist Church. Survived by daughters Mrs. Kathleen McLoughlin and Mrs. Patricia A. Meyer; 11 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; brothers Carl, Clarence and Walter Nonnenmacher, all of Columbus; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Held Funeral Home 1166 Parsons Ave., where service will be Thursday 1:30 p.m. Interment, Green Lawn Cemetery. Columbus Dispatch
    1,7
  • Burial*: after 18 January 1965; Greenlawn cemetery, Columbus, Delaware Co, OH; Lillian McArtor
    dob 1/6/1900
    dod 1/18/1965
    father: Frank C. Nonnenmacher1,8

Family: Delmar Perle McArtor b. 2 Feb 1897, d. 12 May 1956

Citations

  1. [S13] http://www.delawareohio.us/greenlawn/greenlawn/…
  2. [S31] Pat McArtor, compiled by Bob McArtor.
  3. [S36] Source Citation: Roll: WWII_2251560; Local board: Franklin , Ohio.

    Source Information:

    Ancestry.com. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Branch locations: National Archives and Records Administration Region Branches.
  4. [S1] 1930 US Census, Ohio, Franklin Co., Columbus, District 23, page 41.
  5. [S13] Family Search (Beta), Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958.
  6. [S8] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZTT-LJ9 : accessed 14 Feb 2013).
  7. [S13] Genealogy Trails.
  8. [S38] Greenlawn Cemetery Database, Columbus, Ohio.

Elizabeth Neva Evans

F, b. 28 July 1911, d. November 1995
  • Birth*: 28 July 1911; Rio Grande, Gallia Co., OH1,2
  • Married Name: 6 December 1930; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 6 December 1930; Gordon McArtor to Neva Evans, Newark, Licking Co., OH; Gordon McArtor
    father: Smith McArtor
    mother: Cornelia Stevenson
    b. 26 Oct 1906 Columbus, OH
    Neva Evans
    b. est. 1909 Gallipolis, Ohio
    father: David Evans
    mother: Margaret...; Principal=Gordon Keith McArtor3
  • Death*: November 1995; Grove City, OH

Family: Gordon Keith McArtor b. 28 Oct 1906, d. 17 Jul 1980

Citations

  1. [S31] Pat McArtor, compiled by Bob McArtor.
  2. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  3. [S8] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZTT-LJ9 : accessed 14 Feb 2013).

Frederick Jennings Kerr1

M, b. 24 January 1892, d. 1971
  • Birth*: 24 January 18922
  • Marriage*: 30 June 1921; At home, Shawnee, Perry Co., OH; Principal=Beatrice Adelle McArtor1
  • Death*: 19713
  • Burial*: after 1971; Elmwood Cemetery, Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC3

Family: Beatrice Adelle McArtor b. 7 Jul 1894, d. 21 Feb 1978

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor and Bob & Marie McArtor.
  2. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  3. [S13] Findagrave.com. Beatrice Adele McArtor Kerr.

Paul E. Speights

M, d. 26 December 1978
  • Occupation*: Engineer/Credit Office Manager1
  • Birth*: Monticello, MS
  • Marriage*: circa 1945; Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; Principal=Jane Elizabeth McArtor1,2
  • Death*: 26 December 1978; or ca. Dec 1980, Jackson, Hines Co., MS1,2
  • Burial*: 1 January 1981; Lakewood Mem. Gardens, Jackson, Hinds Co., MS3

Family: Jane Elizabeth McArtor b. 11 Sep 1911, d. b 10 Jan 2000

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  3. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor and Bob & Marie McArtor.

Mary Margaret Owen

F, b. 2 April 1921
  • Birth*: 2 April 1921; Randlett, Cotton Co., OK1
  • Married Name: March 1947; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 18 March 1947; Pearsall, Frio Co., TX; Principal=William Stein Aloysius McArtor1

Family: William Stein Aloysius McArtor b. 12 Oct 1917, d. 10 Jan 2000

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.

Mary Edythe Galloway1

F, b. 11 December 1877, d. 13 March 1941
  • Birth*: 11 December 1877; or 11 Dec 1878, Somerset, OH1,2,3
  • Married Name: 30 November 1899; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 30 November 1899; Perry Co., OH; Harvey McArtor, 21, b. Shawnee, O. 20 Sep 1878
    parents: Prestly McArtor & Albina Boone
    Mary Galloway, 21, b. Somerset, Ohio
    parents: John Galloway & Octavia Shaw; Principal=Peter Presley "Harvey" McArtor3,4
  • Census: 11 June 1900; Mary McArthur, 22, born Dec 1878 OH5
  • Census: 15 April 1910; Mary McArtor, 31, first marriage, 3 children, 3 living, born OH, f=Pa, m=OH, literate, Monroe, district 133, Perry Co., OH6
  • Census: 5 January 1920; Mary McCarter, 41, Monroe, district 72, Perry Co., OH7
  • Census*: 8 April 1930; Mary McArtor, 51, married at 21, b. OH, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH8
  • Census: 8 May 1940; Mary McArtor, 62, 4 yrs. high school, b. OH, housework, Hemlock, Perry Co., OH; Harvey McArtor 61
    Mary 62
    Noble 35
    Russell 319
  • Death*: 13 March 1941; Shawnee, Perry Co., OH1
  • Burial*: after 13 March 1941; Shawnee, Perry Co., OH2

Family: Peter Presley "Harvey" McArtor b. 20 Sep 1878, d. 3 Mar 1950

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S31] McArtor researchers' compiled data.
  3. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  4. [S8] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZTT-LJ9 : accessed 14 Feb 2013).
  5. [S1] 1900 Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe, Dist. 67.
  6. [S1] 1910; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T624_1222; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 133; Image: 917.
  7. [S1] 1920;Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T625_1426; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 72; Image: 825.
  8. [S1] 1930; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: 1861; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 146.0.
  9. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Hemlock, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T627_3127; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 64-30.

James Eldon McArtor

M, b. 4 July 1902, d. 19 October 1948
  • Occupation*: Coal miner1
  • Divorce*: Divorced Cora Alice McGee2
  • Birth*: 4 July 1902; Buckingham, Perry Co., OH; Henry McArtor
    Mary Galloway
    residence: Comly, O.2,3,4
  • Census: 15 April 1910; James McArtor, 7, born OH, parents b. OH, attends school, Monroe, district 133, Perry Co., OH5
  • Census: 5 January 1920; James McCarter, 17, coal miner, Monroe, district 72, Perry Co., OH6
  • Census*: 8 April 1930; James McArtor, son, 27 single, born OH, farmer, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH7
  • Marriage*: 27 May 1934; St. Marys, Pleasants Co., WV; Principal=Cora Alice McGee8
  • Census: 9 May 1940; James McArtor, 37, b. OH, owns 6, 2 yrs. high school, same place 1935, 35 hrs coal miner, 22 wks/yr $400, Hemlock, Perry Co., OH; James McArtor 37
    Alice 25
    Shirly Ann 5
    E John 29
  • Death*: 19 October 1948; 1 am after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage/; James E. McARtor, 46, of Crooksville, died at 1 o'clock this morning after suffering a cerebral hemmorrhage several hours earlier while at work at the Misco coal mine near Crooksville.
    Mr. McArtor was a member of the Masonic lodge at Corning, the Moose lodge at Crooksville, and the local United Mine Workers union.
    Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Alice McGee McArtor; a son, Donald Eldon, and two daughter, Shirley Ann and Martha May all of the home. His father, Harvey McArtor of Crooksville, and two brother, Noble and Russell McArtor, also of Crooksville.
    The body will be taken to the home this evening.
    Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Crooksville Free Methodist church with Rev. Margaret Sager officiating. Burial will be in the Crooksville cemetery with the Cannon & Cannon funeral home in charge.10
  • Burial*: 21 October 1948; Crooksville Cem.11

Family: Cora Alice McGee b. 11 Mar 1910, d. c 1988

Citations

  1. [S28] Brany, Kerr, etc. families page on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  3. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  4. [S2] Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VN7F-G9B : accessed 11 Feb 2013), James E. Mcartor, 1902.
  5. [S1] 1910; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T624_1222; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 133; Image: 917.
  6. [S1] 1920;Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T625_1426; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 72; Image: 825.
  7. [S1] 1930; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: 1861; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 146.0.
  8. [S31] McArtor researchers' compiled data.
  9. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Hemlock, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T627_3127; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 64-30.
  10. [S27] The Zanesville Signal (Zanesville, OH), Oct. 20, 1948.
  11. [S10] RC McArtor to McArtor researchers 2-15-08.

Noble Austin McArtor1,2

M, b. 28 July 1904, d. 28 December 1983
  • SSN*: 289-01-76671
  • Misc*: Never married1
  • Birth*: 28 July 1904; Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH; Harvey McArtor & Mary Galloway are parents3
  • Census: 15 April 1910; Noble McArtor, 5, born OH, parents born OH,, Monroe, district 133, Perry Co., OH4
  • Census: 5 January 1920; Noble McCarter, 15, attends school, Monroe, district 72, Perry Co., OH5
  • Census*: 8 April 1930; Noble McArtor, 25, single, b. OH, farmer, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH6
  • Census: 8 May 1940; Noble McArtor, 35, single, 2 yrs high school, b. OH, seeking job, coal miner, worked 12 wks last year, Hemlock, Perry Co., OH; Harvey McArtor 61
    Mary 62
    Noble 35
    Russell 317
  • Residence*: December 1982; Kingston, Ross Co., OH1,8
  • Death*: 28 December 1983; Berger Hospital, Circleville, Pickaway, OH; Certificate No. 093717, certified by physician & autopsy.

    SSN 289-01-7667
    Never married
    Residence County: Ross1
  • Burial*: after 28 December 1983; Crooksville Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., OH9

Citations

  1. [S9] Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data:

    Ohio. Division of Vital Statistics. Death Certificates and index, December 20, 1908-December 31, 1953. State Archives Series 3094. Ohio Historical Society, Ohio.
  2. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  3. [S2] Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VN7F-G9B : accessed 11 Feb 2013).
  4. [S1] 1910; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T624_1222; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 133; Image: 917.
  5. [S1] 1920;Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T625_1426; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 72; Image: 825.
  6. [S1] 1930; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: 1861; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 146.0.
  7. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Hemlock, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T627_3127; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 64-30.
  8. [S29] Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008. Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.
  9. [S28] Brany, Kerr, etc. families page on Ancestry.com.

Joseph Russell McArtor1,2

M, b. 28 July 1908, d. 19 February 1980
  • Alt name*: Joseph Russell McArtor; "Boone"1
  • Birth*: 28 July 1908; Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH1
  • Census: 15 April 1910; Russell McArtor, 1-9/12, born OH, parents born OH, Monroe, district 133, Perry Co., OH3
  • Census: 5 January 1920; Russel McCarter, 11, attends school, Monroe, district 72, Perry Co., OH4
  • Census*: 8 April 1930; Russell McArtor, 21,single, born OH, farmer, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH5
  • Census: 8 May 1940; Russell McArtor, 31, single, 8th grade, b. OH, seeking job coal miner, Hemlock, Perry Co., OH; Harvey McArtor 61
    Mary 62
    Noble 35
    Russell 316
  • Marriage*: 2 July 1943; to Ethel Lourena Chevalier, Perry Co., OH; Principal=Lourena Ethel Chevalier1,7
  • Death*: 19 February 1980; Crooksville, Perry Co., OH
  • Burial*: after 19 February 1980; Row 44, McLuney, OH8

Family: Lourena Ethel Chevalier b. 30 Mar 1924, d. 8 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S31] McArtor researchers' compiled data.
  3. [S1] 1910; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T624_1222; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 133; Image: 917.
  4. [S1] 1920;Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T625_1426; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 72; Image: 825.
  5. [S1] 1930; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: 1861; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 146.0.
  6. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Hemlock, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T627_3127; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 64-30.
  7. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  8. [S28] Brany, Kerr, etc. families page on Ancestry.com.

Cora Alice McGee1

F, b. 11 March 1910, d. circa 1988
  • Name Variation: Alice McArtor2
  • Note*: Divorced from James Eldon McArtor; married also Dr. William P. Houck, Perry Co., OH3,4
  • Birth*: 11 March 1910; Crooksville, Perry Co., OH; 14 Aug 1904 (Book)1,5
  • Marriage*: 27 May 1934; St. Marys, Pleasants Co., WV; Principal=James Eldon McArtor1
  • Married Name: 22 June 1934; McArtor
  • Census*: 9 May 1940; Alice McArtor, 25, b. OH, same place 1935, Hemlock, Perry Co., OH; James McArtor 37
    Alice 25
    Shirly Ann 5
    E John 22
  • Death*: circa 1988; Perry Co., OH1

Family: James Eldon McArtor b. 4 Jul 1902, d. 19 Oct 1948

Citations

  1. [S31] McArtor researchers' compiled data.
  2. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Hemlock, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T627_3127; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 64-30.
  3. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  4. [S8] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZ39-7DQ : accessed 17 Feb 2013.
  5. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.

Lourena Ethel Chevalier1

F, b. 30 March 1924, d. 8 August 2009
  • Name Variation: Laurena McArtor2
  • Name Variation: Lorury Chevalier3
  • Birth*: 30 March 1924; McLuney, Perry Co., IA1,4
  • Married Name: 2 July 1943; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 2 July 1943; to Ethel Lourena Chevalier, Perry Co., OH; Principal=Joseph Russell McArtor1,3
  • Death*: 8 August 2009; New Lexington, Perry Co., OH4
  • Burial*: after 8 August 2009; Iliff Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH4

Family: Joseph Russell McArtor b. 28 Jul 1908, d. 19 Feb 1980

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S13] http://www.mocavo.com/visit
  3. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  4. [S30] Find a Grave.

Fanny Mathews

F, b. 21 March 1894, d. 6 February 1943
  • Birth*: 21 March 1894; Perry Co., OH1,2,3
  • Married Name: 17 January 1917; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 17 January 1917; Fannie, Perry Co., OH; Principal=Jackson Ray McArtor2,3,4
  • Note*: 22 April 1930; Living next to Louis & Frances Matthews, 64 & 58, both born in Czechoslavia5
  • Census*: 22 April 1930; Fanny McArtor, 35, married at 22, born OH, parents born Czechoslavia, Monroe Twp., District 19, Perry Co., OH5
  • Census: 25 April 1940; Fanny McArtor, 46, widow, owns $600, 2 hrs. high school, b. OH, same house, housewife, mother's pension, Monroe, Perry Co., OH; Fanny McArtor 46
    Bernard 20
    Anna May 17
    Bruce 126
  • Death*: 6 February 1943; Perry Co., OH2,3

Family: Jackson Ray McArtor b. 20 Apr 1891, d. 5 Feb 1932

Citations

  1. [S13] Ohio Death Certificate Index online. Jackson McArtor Perry County Volumte Number 2429. Date of Death 11/8/1917. Certificate number: 73212.
  2. [S13] http://trees.ancestry.com/owt/person.aspx?pid=21701558
  3. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  4. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  5. [S1] 1930; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: 1861; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 162.0.
  6. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Monroe, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T627_3127; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 64-20.

Joseph Tapp

M, b. 1 November 1892
  • Birth*: 1 November 1892; Shawnee, Perry Co., OH1
  • Marriage*: 16 October 1914; Perry Co., OH; Joseph Tapp, 22, b. Shawnee
    parents: Fred Tapp & Ruth Bird
    May McArtor, 21, b. Drakes
    parents: Arthur McArtor & Emma King; Principal=Mary May McArtor2,3

Family: Mary May McArtor b. 7 Sep 1893, d. 17 Apr 1926

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.
  3. [S8] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZTC-5LP : accessed 15 Feb 2013.

Mary Kathryn "Katy" Lange

F, b. 31 August 1907, d. 27 March 1990
  • Married Name: McArtor
  • Birth*: 31 August 1907; Hemlock, Saltlick Twp., Perry Co., OH1
  • Marriage*: 4 January 1923; Covington, KY; Principal=Lloyd Cain McArtor2,1
  • Census*: 23 April 1940; Kathryn McArtor, 32, b. OH, 2 yrs. high school, Rendville, Perry Co., OH; Lloyd McArtor 42
    Kathryn 32
    Richard 143
  • Death*: 27 March 1990; Bethesda Hospital

Family: Lloyd Cain McArtor b. 30 Oct 1897, d. 21 Oct 1969

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S1] 1910 OH.
  3. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Rendville, Perry, Ohio; Roll: T627_3127; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 64-19.

Charles Burdette

M, b. 1900, d. 1 July 1947
  • Birth*: 1900
  • Marriage*: before 1947; Principal=Irene McArtor1
  • Death*: 1 July 1947

Family: Irene McArtor b. 23 Aug 1904, d. 18 Jan 2002

Citations

  1. [S13] http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/obituaries/doc/obit/…@earthlink.net&s_accountid=AC0107121720311112284&s_upgradeable=no.

Jess Ryan

M, b. 7 October 1904, d. 21 December 1986
  • Birth*: 7 October 1904; Beaumont, OH
  • Marriage*: 13 September 1927; Perry Co., OH; Principal=Irene McArtor1
  • Death*: 21 December 1986; Columbus, OH

Family: Irene McArtor b. 23 Aug 1904, d. 18 Jan 2002

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.

Sadie Gladys Kester

F, b. 13 December 1898, d. 3 May 1984
  • Note*: no children1
  • Residence*: Grove City, Franklin, OH2
  • Birth*: 13 December 1898; Ayton, Canada3,2
  • Married Name: 3 October 1931; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 3 October 1931; Detroit, MI; Principal=Merritt Jackson McArtor4,1,5
  • Death*: 3 May 1984; Grove City, OH2
  • Burial*: after 3 May 1984; Grove City Cemetery, Section I, Row 8, #5. Record 2029, Grove City,, Franklin Co., OH3

Family: Merritt Jackson McArtor b. 28 Jan 1900, d. 25 May 1993

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S29] http://ssdi.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ssdi.cgi
  3. [S13] http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/oh/franklin/cemeteries/…
    Grove City Cemetery Survey Project.
  4. [S19] Jackson McArtor.
  5. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.

Henry Chester Gore

M, b. November 1872, d. 21 October 1959
  • Birth*: November 1872; Ogdensburg, Grand Traverse Co., MI
  • Marriage*: 15 December 1928; Sacred Heart Church, Columbus, OH; Principal=Coral Elizabeth McArtor1
  • Death*: 21 October 1959; Columbus, OH

Family: Coral Elizabeth McArtor b. 26 Jun 1902, d. 10 Feb 1980

Citations

  1. [S22] The Cocke-Catesby Family History 1086 to 2000. Compiled by Joe C. Roberson.

Agnes Elizabeth Buickle1

F, d. 9 February 2005
  • Nickname*: Beth2
  • Married Name: 1934; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 1934; Principal=Vernon W. McArtor1
  • Death*: 9 February 2005; On Wednesday, w/o late Vernon W. McArtor, mother of Katherine Boyle (Hugh), William McArtor (Anna Sears), g/o Lisa, Hugh & Charles Boyle; Pumphrey's Colonial Funeral Home Rockville, MD Friday, Feb. 11, 20052

Family: Vernon W. McArtor b. 25 Dec 1908, d. 26 Oct 1994

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S13] http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/obituaries/doc/obit/…@earthlink.net&s_accountid=AC0107121720311112284&s_upgradeable=no.

Alma E. Shaw1

F, b. 17 September 1910, d. 1 January 2000
  • Residence*: 4455 W. Sylvania Ave. Apt. 5a, Toledo, OH; 204 Pinebrook Dr. Fort Myers, Fl; 17744 Indian Island Ct, Fort Myers, FL2
  • Married Name: McArtor
  • Birth*: 17 September 1910; 89 y.o. in 2000 when she died3,2
  • Marriage*: circa 1927; married at 16; Principal=Frederick Charles McArtor4
  • Census*: 15 April 1940; Alma McArtor, 29, 4 yrs. high school, b. MI, same place 1935, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; Fred McArtor 28
    Alma 29
    Marjorie 125
  • Misc*: 28 December 1999; Death date of Alma E. McArtor, b. 17 Sep 1910, SS# 271-07-6336, issued OH1
  • Death*: 1 January 2000; Obit in The Blade; McArtor, Alma E. (Shaw); 89; Detroit, Michigan>Sylvania, OH6

Family: Frederick Charles McArtor b. 6 Jun 1911, d. 29 Apr 1982

Citations

  1. [S29] 271-07-6336 Ohio.
  2. [S40] U.S. Public Records Index, Vol. 1.
  3. [S5] http://obits.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/obit.cgi
  4. [S1] 1930; Census Place: Toledo, Lucas, Ohio; Roll: 1839; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 139; Image: 530.0.
  5. [S1] 1940; Census Place: Toledo, Lucas, Ohio; Roll: T627_3266; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 95-312.
  6. [S31] McArtor researchers' compiled database.

Rosa Mae Littlefield

F, b. 28 November 1923, d. 7 March 2010
  • Misc*: Parents: John and Ozella (Gore) Littlefield.; Rosa Mae McArtor Sublett
    1923 - 2010



    Funeral services for Rosa Mae McArtor Sublett, 86, Chouteau, will be held on Thursday, March 11, 2010, 2:00 PM at First United Methodist Church, Pryor. Ministers officiating are Trish Harris and Keith McArtor. Interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery, Pryor. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    Rosa Mae was born November 28, 1923 in Pryor to John and Ozella (Gore) Littlefield. She departed this life on March 7, 2010 in Pryor at the age of 86 years 3 months and 17 days.

    Rosa Mae was born east of Pryor and attended Cole School until the third grade. She then attended Pryor schools and graduated from Pryor High School with the class of 1940. After school Rosa Mae worked at the First National Bank. She was married to Mutt McArtor in 1942. They moved to Little Rock, where Mutt was stationed, and she worked at Worthen Bank. When he was sent overseas, Rosa Mae moved back to Pryor and went to work in the payroll department for DuPont (Powder Plant). Rosa Mae went to work at the Assessors Office in 1948 and was later elected Mayes County Assessor. She worked at the court house for over 40 years. At the time of Rosa Mae’s retirement Channel 2 did a feature on her and her many years at the court house. She served as Secretary-Treasurer and Vice-President of the State County Assessors Association and also Secretary-Treasurer, Vice-President of the State County Officers and Deputies Association.

    She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, and was very active in the youth program. After the death of Mutt, Rosa Mae married Vernon Sublett and they moved to Chouteau and were members of the Methodist Church in Chouteau. Rosa Mae enjoyed sewing, crocheting and cooking for her family. He pride and joy were her children and grandchildren. She was a wonderful person who never met a stranger and loved to visit with everyone.

    Rosa Mae is survived by daughter Jan Fleak of Muskogee, son Ed McArtor and wife Annette of Nowata, five grandchildren Steven and Tami Fleak, Gina and Dr. Michael Daugherty, Kristi and Charles Olzawski, Micah and Kendall Fleak, Jamee and John Winzenburg, 9 great grandchildren, Paden and Joshua Fleak, Blake, Drew and Trey Daugherty, Caleb and Carter Olzawski, Shelbie and Savanna Winzenburg. She was preceded in death by her parents; first husband Charles “Mutt” McArtor, second husband Vernon Sublett, 2 brothers, great-grandaughter Kayla Mae Fleak.

    In lieu of other embraces donations can be made to either First United Methodist Church in Pryor or the Methodist Church in Chouteau.1
  • Married Name: McArtor
  • Birth*: 28 November 1923; Pryor, Mayes Co., OK; Rosa Mae McArtor Sublett
    1923 - 2010
    Funeral services for Rosa Mae McArtor Sublett, 86, Chouteau, will be held on Thursday, March 11, 2010, 2:00 PM at First United Methodist Church, Pryor. Ministers officiating are Trish Harris and Keith McArtor. Interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery, Pryor. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    Rosa Mae was born November 28, 1923 in Pryor to John and Ozella (Gore) Littlefield. She departed this life on March 7, 2010 in Pryor at the age of 86 years 3 months and 17 days.

    Rosa Mae was born east of Pryor and attended Cole School until the third grade. She then attended Pryor schools and graduated from Pryor High School with the class of 1940. After school Rosa Mae worked at the First National Bank. She was married to Mutt McArtor in 1942. They moved to Little Rock, where Mutt was stationed, and she worked at Worthen Bank. When he was sent overseas, Rosa Mae moved back to Pryor and went to work in the payroll department for DuPont (Powder Plant). Rosa Mae went to work at the Assessors Office in 1948 and was later elected Mayes County Assessor. She worked at the court house for over 40 years. At the time of Rosa Mae’s retirement Channel 2 did a feature on her and her many years at the court house. She served as Secretary-Treasurer and Vice-President of the State County Assessors Association and also Secretary-Treasurer, Vice-President of the State County Officers and Deputies Association.

    She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, and was very active in the youth program. After the death of Mutt, Rosa Mae married Vernon Sublett and they moved to Chouteau and were members of the Methodist Church in Chouteau. Rosa Mae enjoyed sewing, crocheting and cooking for her family. He pride and joy were her children and grandchildren. She was a wonderful person who never met a stranger and loved to visit with everyone.

    Rosa Mae is survived by daughter Jan Fleak of Muskogee, son Ed McArtor and wife Annette of Nowata, five grandchildren Steven and Tami Fleak, Gina and Dr. Michael Daugherty, Kristi and Charles Olzawski, Micah and Kendall Fleak, Jamee and John Winzenburg, 9 great grandchildren, Paden and Joshua Fleak, Blake, Drew and Trey Daugherty, Caleb and Carter Olzawski, Shelbie and Savanna Winzenburg. She was preceded in death by her parents; first husband Charles “Mutt” McArtor, second husband Vernon Sublett, 2 brothers, great-grandaughter Kayla Mae Fleak.

    In lieu of other embraces donations can be made to either First United Methodist Church in Pryor or the Methodist Church in Chouteau.1,2
  • Marriage*: 13 March 1942; Principal=Charles Arthur McArtor3
  • Marriage*: after 19721
  • Married Name: after 1972; Sublett1
  • Death*: 7 March 2010; Pryor, Mayes Co., OK; Rosa Mae McArtor Sublett
    1923 - 2010

    Funeral services for Rosa Mae McArtor Sublett, 86, Chouteau, will be held on Thursday, March 11, 2010, 2:00 PM at First United Methodist Church, Pryor. Ministers officiating are Trish Harris and Keith McArtor. Interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery, Pryor. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    Rosa Mae was born November 28, 1923 in Pryor to John and Ozella (Gore) Littlefield. She departed this life on March 7, 2010 in Pryor at the age of 86 years 3 months and 17 days.

    Rosa Mae was born east of Pryor and attended Cole School until the third grade. She then attended Pryor schools and graduated from Pryor High School with the class of 1940. After school Rosa Mae worked at the First National Bank. She was married to Mutt McArtor in 1942. They moved to Little Rock, where Mutt was stationed, and she worked at Worthen Bank. When he was sent overseas, Rosa Mae moved back to Pryor and went to work in the payroll department for DuPont (Powder Plant). Rosa Mae went to work at the Assessors Office in 1948 and was later elected Mayes County Assessor. She worked at the court house for over 40 years. At the time of Rosa Mae’s retirement Channel 2 did a feature on her and her many years at the court house. She served as Secretary-Treasurer and Vice-President of the State County Assessors Association and also Secretary-Treasurer, Vice-President of the State County Officers and Deputies Association.

    She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, and was very active in the youth program. After the death of Mutt, Rosa Mae married Vernon Sublett and they moved to Chouteau and were members of the Methodist Church in Chouteau. Rosa Mae enjoyed sewing, crocheting and cooking for her family. He pride and joy were her children and grandchildren. She was a wonderful person who never met a stranger and loved to visit with everyone.

    Rosa Mae is survived by daughter Jan Fleak of Muskogee, son Ed McArtor and wife Annette of Nowata, five grandchildren Steven and Tami Fleak, Gina and Dr. Michael Daugherty, Kristi and Charles Olzawski, Micah and Kendall Fleak, Jamee and John Winzenburg, 9 great grandchildren, Paden and Joshua Fleak, Blake, Drew and Trey Daugherty, Caleb and Carter Olzawski, Shelbie and Savanna Winzenburg. She was preceded in death by her parents; first husband Charles “Mutt” McArtor, second husband Vernon Sublett, 2 brothers, great-grandaughter Kayla Mae Fleak.

    In lieu of other embraces donations can be made to either First United Methodist Church in Pryor or the Methodist Church in Chouteau.1,2
  • Burial*: 11 March 2010; Fairview Cemetery, Pryor, Mayes Co., OK

Family: Charles Arthur McArtor b. 7 Dec 1914, d. 12 Jun 1972

Citations

  1. [S13] Muskogee Phoenix online obit.
  2. [S13] Findagrave.com.
  3. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.

Tula Colleen Covington1

F, b. 19 February 1924, d. 14 August 2003
  • Name Variation: Tula Colleen Courington1
  • Name Variation: Colleen McArtor
  • Birth*: 19 February 19241
  • Married Name: 25 December 1941; McArtor
  • Marriage*: 25 December 1941; Las Vegas, NV; In obit it's Courington, not Covington; Principal=John Arthur McArtor Jr.2,3
  • Death*: 14 August 2003; Pryor, Mayes Co., OK; January 3, 2011

    John McArtor, Jr.
    The Pryor Daily Times Mon Jan 03, 2011, 08:47 AM CST

    — Memorial services for John McArtor Jr., 93, Pryor, will be Monday, Jan. 3, at 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church. Pastor Rob Harris will officiate. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

    McArtor was born June 10, 1917, in Ethridge, Tenn. to John

    and Mary (Locke) McArtor, Sr. He died on Dec. 29,

    in Pryor at the

    age of 93 years

    six months and

    19 days.

    He was a lifetime resident of Pryor. He worked for Nipak for several years as a Process Equipment Operator. He was a very devoted member of the First United Methodist Church and was also a member of both the American Legion and VFW. He was married to Colleen Courington on Dec. 25, 1941, in Las Vegas, Nev.; she preceded him in death on Aug. 14, 2003. He had served on the Board of Directors for Mayes County Nutrition Center. He was a veteran of World War II serving with the United States Marine Corps. He enjoyed gardening and doing wood work. He was an avid golfer and was very proud that he could still walk nine holes of golf at the age of 93.

    He is survived by two sons: John McArtor III and wife Cyndi of Grove, Jerry McArtor and wife DeAnn of Tulsa; three grandchildren: Rachel, Patrick, Joshua; two great grandchildren: Tom and Molly; two sisters: Kathryn Venamon of Pryor and Mary Porterfield of Pryor. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers Bill, Charles and Tom.

    In lieu of other remembrances donations can be made to Scout Troop #83 @ the First United Methodist Church. You may sign John’s “Memory Book” at www.stephensmemorialchapel.com.4,3,1

Family: John Arthur McArtor Jr. b. 10 Jun 1917, d. 29 Dec 2010

Citations

  1. [S13] Findagrave.com.
  2. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  3. [S5] Pryor Daily Times online.
  4. [S27] The Daily Times, 18 Feb 2007 Pryor.

Linda Lockhard

F

Family: Thomas Harwood McArtor b. 26 May 1937

Citations

  1. [S31] Compiled by Pat McArtor.
  2. [S13] http://www.gencircles.com/users/jameetina/3/data/5543
 
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