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Charles Hatfield was born Oct, 11, 1834, died April 10, 1913 at the age of 79 years and 6 months. He was at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Irean Smith, at Seminole, Oklahoma. He was taken with bronchial asthma and lingered 2 months and 22 days. His suffering was great and intense, but a few hours before the death angel came he was semingly free from any pain and passed away as if he was going to sleep.
His wife had preceeded him to the other side one year and two weeks. Five daughters and two sons, J. D. Hatfield of Milo, Mo., J. W. Hatfield, of Mullins, Idaho, Mrs. Irene Smith, of Seminole, Okla., Mrs. J. H. Johnson, of Coffeville, Kansas, Mrs. Ed Malse, of Blackwell, Okla., Mrs. Ella Hemstreet, Guthrie, Okla, and Mrs. Wm. Mondy, of Stillwater, Okla. survive their father.
Mr. Hatfield was a well known figure about the town of Crescent, he having lived in the community for years. he was a kind hearted, honest, unostentatious man, who was respected by all who knew him.
In early manhood he united with the Primate Baptist church and continued in that faith until his death. During the last few days of his life he assured his friends he was ready and eager to answer the call of his Heavenly Father. The funeral services was held in the Baptist church in Crescent on Saturday, April 12, conducted by Bro. Henry Richards, and the body was laid away in the Crescent cemetery.
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