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Ida May Webb, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Jeremiah Webb was born January 22nd, 1863, near Topeka, Kansas, and died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ted Boyles, three miles east of Arnett, January 24th, 1932, being at the time of her death sixty-four years and two days old. She was united in marriage to George Smith of Topeka, Kansas, to this union four children were born, Eugene F.; Three Sands, Oklahoma; Mrs. Winifred Maxey, Gage; George Horace, of Fargo; and Robert Kenneth, Gage. Mr. Smith died in 1900. She was united in marriage in 1902, to H. E. Wakefield, to this union was born two children, Lawrence Earl and Florence Mearle, Lawrence died when three years old. She is survived by her five children, sixteen grandchildren, and one sister Mrs. Ed Hipbshman of Woodward.
Mrs. Wakefield was a member of the Arnett, Methodist church at the time of her death. She was a kind and loving mother and her passing leaves a pang of sorrow in the hearts of all who knew her.
Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Templin, and interment made in the Debolt cemetery.
We the sonís and daughterís of Mrs. Ida Mae Wakefield, wish to thank the people of the Arnett and Gage communities for their expression of sympathy and acts of helpfulness to us during the illness and death of our mother. Especially do we than the Royal Neighbors, Rebekahs and Juveniles for their assistance and for the beautiful flowers.
Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider
Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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