Obit: Morton, Mrs.
F. E. (1856? - 1936)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Morton, Preston, Swaidner, Canfield, Shoat
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Feb. 1936
Morton, Mrs. F. E. (1856? - 1936)
Mrs. F. E. Morton, 80 years old, died of diabetes Sunday at her home at 7805 East Federal drive.
Christian Science services will be held from the Moores chapel Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock with the body to be sent to Bartlesville for burial.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. T. W. Preston of Independence, Kansas, and Mrs. J. W. Swaidner of the home address, and one son, Robert Morton of Maud, Okla.
- - Tulsa (Okla.) Daily World
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A letter from Mrs. L. R. Canfield of Tulsa, Okla., enclosing the above clipping, gives the following additional facts in regard to Mrs. Morton:
Mr. and Mrs. Asa J. Morton came to Wisconsin from Iowa about 58 years ago and settled on a farm just east of Ed. Shoat’s father, later moving to Granton where he had a saw mill. They came to Oklahoma in 1906, settling at Bartlesville and were interested in oil. Mr. Morton passed away there about 22 years ago.
She and her daughter, Dora, Mrs. Swaidner made their home together and they came to Tulsa eight years ago.
They were frequent visitors in our home as Dora and I have been friends from baby-hood. [There may have been more to this article; this was all that was valuable at this time.]
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