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Submitted by: Debby Cook
|The Mulhall Enterprise|
|Friday, May 29, 1903|
Jacob McMannus, one of the pioneer settlers of Oklahoma, died at his home in Mulhall, May 22, 1903, of fatty degeneration of the heart, and was buried on his farm eight miles west of Mulhall, beside his son who died in June, 1889. He was born in Garrard Co, Kentucky in 1842. At the age of eighteen, he enlisted in the Union army, and was a member of Co. F. 4th Kentucky mounted infantry. He served from August 15, 1861, until discharged by reason of expiration of term of service, October 25, 1864. He was married March 5, 1864, to Mrs. Notaugh, whose maiden name was Elizabeth Long, in Washington Co., Kentucky.
At the opening of Oklahoma, he, together was his son, took claims eight miles west of Mulhall. The son was taken away by death, in June, following the opening. He was quite prosperous financially, and leaves to his heirs, two good farms. His wife and three children survive him. The funeral was conducted by Father Judd.
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