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THE WESTERN STAR, 20 February 1904
Obituary of JOHANNA DEPPINK
Johanna Deppink

At the hospital in Elreno, Oklahoma, on Friday, February 19, 1904, Mrs. Johanna Deppink, aged 59 years, 3 months and 20 days.

Mr. and Mrs. Deppink will be remembered by many Commanche co. and Kiowa co. people, Kiowa co. being their home about 16 years ago. Mr. Deppink
was one of the leading tailors of Coldwater at that time. At the opening of Oklahoma in 1893 they moved to Oklahoma City, which city was their home until the death of Mr. Deppink about 4 years ago. Since that time Mrs. Deppink had made her home in Elreno, Oklahoma, and in this county. Mrs. Deppink was sick but a few days, death resulting from pneumonia.
Owning to the suddeness of her death it was impossible for any of her children to reach Elreno in time to find her alive. Burial took place in the Elreno cemetery on Sunday, February 14, 1904. She leaves 6 children
to mourn her death, as follows; Ed Deppink , Fred Deppink, George Deppink, Godlef Deppink, formerly of this county, Mrs. Hettie Rusche, of McCloud, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Charlie Sickler, of this county.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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