Oklahoma Records

1860 U.S. Census, Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah District

274-274 Phillip Usary 55 m. farmer Tenn
275-275 James Usury 22 m Cherokee Nation

Roebuck Cemetery west of Hugo:

James Usray died May 15, 1875
Malinda Usray, daughter of William and Annie (Homer) Roebuck, born Oct. 9, 1846 died Aug. 26, 1888
Ella B. Usray, daughter of James and Malinda (Roebuck) Usray, B. Sept. 11, 1874, died Dec. 11, 1884

For more information on this Usray family, go to JoLynn Self's Rootsweb page.

Cleveland Co., OK

09/18/1963- Oklahoman; Page 18 Mrs. Oliver Q. Usery: Services for Mrs. Oliver Q. (Bonnie) Usery, 57 of 22 NW 16, who died Tuesday at St. Anthony Hospital, are pending with
Hahn-Cook Funeral Home. Born in Sumner, Texas, Mrs. Usry moved to Healdton in 1928 and to Oklahoma City in 1929. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors
include her husband; her mother, Mrs. Lillie M. Gambill of the home and a brother, James Gambill, 2517 NW 32.

11/04/1953- Oklahoman: Obituary page 25 Mrs. Clara Usry- NORMAN- Thursday afternoon services are slated for Mrs. Clara Usry, 76 year old pioneer Oklahoma resident who died
in a Norman rest home Monday. Born in Emory, Texas, May 11, 1876, Mrs. Usry came to Oklahoma some 49 years ago and moved to Cleveland county about 1923. She was a
member of the Christian church. Surviving are four sons, Cloy, Horace and Kermit of Norman and Herman of Lawton; two daughters, Mrs. Edith Judkins, Mesa. Ariz., and Mrs Edna
Suchy, 2946 NW 15th, Oklahoma City; a brother, Dave Morrow, Ft. Worth, and 23 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 pm Thursday in the First Baptist
church, Lexington. Burial will be in Lexington under direction of Primrose funeral home.

12/8/1995: USRY, Brittany Leigh, infant daughter of Marcy McCurdy and Bobby Usry, died Monday. Private services today (Mayes).
2/25/1993: USRY, Willie M., 87, died Wednesday. Services 10 a.m. Friday (Primrose).
10/9/1988: USRY, Kermit E., 79, died Saturday. Services 2 p.m. Monday (Mayes).

Marriage License:

8/21/2000: Jaime Lee Usry, 26, and Alison Michael McCord, 23, both of Norman.
5/15/2000: Kenneth Chad Usry, 29, and Nancy Lee Driskell, 25, both of Norman.
10/6/1995; Robert Andrew Usry, 50, and Bonnie Eloise Westmore, 46, both of Noble.
9/2/1994: Roert Carl Usry, 25, and Marcy Leigh McCurdy, 22, both of Norman.
8/19/1992: John K. Bush, 24, and Diane E. Usrey, 19, both of Norman.

Divorce: 6/6/1997: Westmoe, Bonnie E. vs. Usry, Robert A. Divorces Granted Census

1910-Cleveland County- Liberty Twp.

Milton Jackson Ussery, age 38 single, born in Alabama. Listed with sister Alabama, age 23, also single.

Johnston Co., OK
Wapanucka Cemetery

Ussery, Baby Boy of George Ussery-- no birth or death date
Ussery, Mrs. George -- No birth or death date


The book, "History of Indian Territory," by Gideon states that Judge James Usray was born in Alabama October 10, 1847, the son of Phillip Usray and Harriet Alexander. Traveled to
Indian Territory in early 1850's; Sheriff of Kiamichi County 1896; Judge 1900; married Malinda Roebuck, a Choctaw. She died in 1889. Their daughters: Mrs. Emma Russell, Mrs.
Josephine Jesse Latimer and Mrs. Anna Self.


[April 1969] LULA JANE USSREY: 86, of Wright City, died in Valliant Nursing Home Friday, April 4. Mrs. Ussrey was born July 4, 1882, in Alabama and was a member of the Baptist
Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Maude Chroensta, Palm Dale, Calif; Mrs. Grace Cochran, Valliant; and Mrs. Ina Dycuss, Artesia, NM. Four sons, Stanley, Wright
City; John, Lake View, Ore.; Robert, Sherman, TX, and Douglas of Odessa, TX. Three brothers, Paul Hughes of Bell,Calif; Silas and Wallace Hughes of DeQueen Ark. 22
grandchildren, 42 great grandchildren and three great, great grandchildren. Funeral services were held in the Wright City Baptist Church at 2:00 pm Tuesday, April 8, with Rev.
Darlan Officiating. Interment was in Wright City Cemetery under the direction of Sanford Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Mack Wolfe, Buddy Warkins, Lowell Bullard, Pete Barnett,
Paul Morgan and Sonny Franklin.

Okfuskee Co., OK

Welty Cemetery
Welty, OK.

Berthie E. Ussery 10/29/1908 - xxxxx dau. of W.D. (William David) & R.J. Ussery.
(Death date covered by soil and grass)

B.F. Ussery (Doctor Benjamin Franklin Ussery) 5/1/1838 -- 1/12/1910
(This stone is broken in half)

R.M. Ussery (Rebecca M. Morrison) 5/15/1837- 9/5/1909
Alfie Lee Ussery 10/27/1906 - 5/19/1907 (Dau. of James Lindsey & S.A. Ussery)
Carroll B. Ussery 6/1/1908 (inf. son of L.A. & C.J. Ussery)
Elva D. Ussery born & died 2-12-1907 (inf son of L.A. & C.J. Ussery)

Oklahoma Co., OK
The Oklahoman

Date:Jan 10, 1918; Section:None; Page Number:4

Woman Held for Assault: Victim Asserts She was Lured to Place of Ambursh Near Sapulpa

SAPULPA, Okla. Jan 9- (Special)- Lured to a secluded spot and then beaten by the wife and stepdaughter of Former Deputy Sheriff Dick Drake, until she agreed to sign a
statement absolving the former official from alleged misconduct with her, was the story told by ANNIE USRY, 29 years old to the county attorney today when she swore to an
information charging the Drakes with assault.
The Usry woman says that when she appeared here yesterday Drake arranged a meeting with her in the woods just outside the city. Arriving there Mrs. Drake and the stepdaughter
suddenly jumped from hiding places, she says, and began to lash her with whips. The Usry woman declares Mrs. Drake threw her to the ground and while beating her forced her to
sign a statement clearing Drake of the charges she threatened to bring against him if he did not provide for her. The Drakes were arrested and a hearing on the case will be held

Deaths reported in the Daily Oklahoman: Date reflect issue of paper.

6-10-1971: Turner, Mrs. Nina. Surving daughter Mrs. Donal Cooper, Fenton, Mich.; brothers Herbert Usry, Durant; Jack Usry, OKC; Elmer Usry of Kermit, TX; Raymond Usry, Los
Angeles; sisters Mrs. Lorene Culyhouse, Odessa, TX; Mrs. Birdie McArthur, Chicago, ILL. Service 9:30 am Thursday, Garrison Funeral Church, Interment Fenton, Michigan.

8-19-2001: Harry L. Ussery died on August 17, 2001. Mr. Ussery was born on October 23, 1929 to Robert and Stella Ussery in Oklahoma City. Harry was preceded in death by his
wife, Phyllis, of 38 years. He is survived by his wife of the past six years, Wanda Ussery, one son and daughter-in-law, Randy and Susie Ussery, and two daughters and sons-in-law,
Debbie and Mike Kilgore and Kathy and Rickey Clayton along with five step children, Terry, Kerry, and Curtis Keen, Ranee Stanford, and Amber Johnson; one sister, Juanita Davis;
20 grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. He worked in the construction business for over fifty years and was a Commercial Superintendent working in Oklahoma and
throughout the U.S. Harry was also a proud member of the Masonic Lodge #276. Harry was a loving husband, a caring father, and a cherished friend to all that knew hi. He will be
greatly missed. Services will be held at 10 A.M., Tuesday August 21, 2001 at Bill Merritt Memorial Chapel in Bethany with interment at Chapel Hill. [Please contact David Ussery if
you have any info on this family

1/10/1984: USRY , Oliver Q. 85 of Park Manor Nursing Home, died Jan. 9, 1984. Widowed. Born Dec. 21, 1898 in Gorman TX. Survived by a brother, Ray; niece, L. Wilson;
great-nephew, Dale Byrd. Was a warehouseman at Long Bell. Graveside services will be Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 3pm at Bethany Cemetery. Directed by Hahn-Cook treet & Draper.

12/3/1996: KIRKSEY Howard N., 70, of Choctaw, passed away Nov. 30, 1996. Born Aug. 5, 1926 in Ghost City, Tx. to Ben & Della Matthews Kirksey. He married Clara Usry on June
12, 1948 in Purcell, Ok. He came to Choctaw in 1981 and had also lived in Del City. He retired from Civil Service at Tinker AFB with 32 years service. Howard was a member of
Grace Gospel Chapel and American Legion Post 170. Survived by his wife, Clara, of the home; 2 sons, Phillip Kirksey, Choctaw & Tony Kirksey, Norman; daughter, Carol Swezey of
Colorado; 3 grandchildren, Michelle, Rich & Khilee; brother, O.T. Kirksey, Stinnett, Tx; 2 sisters, Lavearl Greene, Eustace, Tx. & Wynona Draper, Diamond City, Ar. Services will be
2:00 p.m. Wed., Dec. 4, Bill Eisenhour S.E. Chapel with burial at Sunny Lane Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

12/18/2000: HOFFMAN Mrs. Fairy Mae Johnson Hoffman passed away on Friday, Dec. 15, 2000 at Baptist Hospital. She was born Feb. 13, 1926 in Cleveland County, Oklahoma to
Tom Charles Johnson and Lillie Mae
Usry. She was married Dec. 9, 1944 in Cleveland Co., OK to Sherwin Edward "Eddie" Hoffman. The couple recently moved from Midwest City,
OK to Winston-Salem to be near their daughter Cindy H. Casey. Surviving are her husband, S.E. Hoffman, of the home; son, Steven Edward Hoffman of Edmond, OK; daughter,
Cindy H. Casey and husband, R. Thomas Casey III of Clemmons; grandchildren, Erin Rhiannon Hoffman of Edmond, OK and Toby Wayne Robertson of Winston-Salem, NC.
Funeral services will be held at Vogler's Funeral Home in Clemmons, NC at 2:00 p.m. Monday. Burial will follow in Forsyth Memorial Park. {Mrs Hoffman died in Forsyth County, NC].

7/19/1990: USREY, Olie A., 71, nurse's aide, died Tuesday. Services 2 p.m. Friday (Capitol Hill).

11/26/1986: USREY, Tommy Dell, 23, Oklahoma City, carpenter, died Sunday. Memorial services 10 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Graveside services 2 p.m. Friday, Greenlawn
Cemetery, Checotah (Bill Eisenhour Southeast).

5/4/2000: USSERY Johnny, 54, a lifelong resident of OKC, passed away May 1, 2000. He was born on Dec. 24, 1945 to Abner Eugene and Edith Bell (Umboltz) Ussery. Johnny was
a salesman for Tires Plus, Inc. He was also a Mason and a member of the Tuttle United Methodist Church. Johnny never had an enemy and was loved by all. His son, Billy Gene
"Chipper" Ussery, preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife, Deanne; daughter, Kim Heger and husband Kevin; grandsons, J.R.. and Tyler Ussery; mother, Edith Bell
Ussery; sister, Judy Dutton; two nephews; and three nieces. Services will be held 2:00 PM Thursday, May 4, 2000 at Asbury United Methodist with interment following at Resthaven
Memory Gardens.

4/25/1992: USSERY Eldon Ray, age 44, went to be with the Lord on April 22, 1992. He was born in Chickasha, Ok. on August 17, 1947. He was a graduate of Blanchard High
School, a member of the Northside Baptist Church and had served in the Panama Campaign. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, of the home; sons, Jimmy Ussery and wife, Ann, of
OKC, Arlie Duane Boylan and wife, Mary, of Lindsborg, Kansas, Kenneth Boylan of Lindsborg, Kansas and Charles Boylan and wife, Tracy, of Provo, Utah; daughters, Jane Ellen
Ussery of Yukon and Angela Winchester and husband, Dirk, of Moore, Ok.; eleven grandchildren; mother, Othello Ussery of Blanchard, Ok.; brothers, Richard and wife, Paula,
Steve and wife, Shirl, all of Blanchard, Ok.; and numerous other relatives and friends. Services will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday in the Chapel of the Chimes at Capitol Hill Funeral Home
with burial in Blanchard Cemetery.

9/11/1992: USSERY Phyllis Jean, age 57, of Okla. City, died Tuesday. Phyllis was born June 29, 1935 in Okla. City. She married Harry Leon Ussery March 20, 1954 in Okla. City.
She was a homemaker. Phyllis is survived by her husband of 38 years, Harry, of the home; son and daughter-in-law, Randy and Susie Ussery of Tulsa; 2 daughters and
sons-in-law, Debbie and Joe Powers of Okla. City, Kathy and Rickey Clayton of Norman; brother, Jim Hall of Paragould, Ar.; 4 grandchildren. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Friday at the
Bill Merritt Funeral Chapel. Graveside services immediately following at Chapel Hill Cemetery.

8/25/1995: OBERMIER Mary Frances Ussery, died August 23, 1995 in Oklahoma City. Born June 12, 1909 in Quanah, Tx., her family moved to Oklahoma when she was young. She
married Darwin "Don" Obermier on March 7, 1925. His work took the family to Texas, Louisiana, Montana, Canada, and Arkansas. The couple retired in Rogers, Ar. where she was
active in her local church activities. Mary returned to OKC in her later years. Preceded in death by her parents and husband, she is survived by 2 daughters, Elizabeth Ann
Hampton of Houston, Tx. and Helen June Weaver of OKC; seven grandchildren & 14 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, August 26, 1995 at Smith &
Kernke Funeral Home Chapel. Interment at South Heights Cemetery in Sapulpa, Ok.

2/12/1999: HART Thelma Ida Mae, 80, of OKC, passed away on Feb. 10, 1999. She was born in OKC, on Aug. 15, 1918, to Royal Jackson and Eunice Mabel (Ussery) Travis. On
May 26, 1935, she married Wendell J. Hart. She was a homemaker, pastor's wife, and served in the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention and in the Resort
Ministries for the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. She is preceded in death by her mother & father, grandson, Paul Kellogg and great grandson, Reagan Kellogg.
Survivors include her husband, Wendell; 2 daughters, Lynn Kellogg and husband, Kent and Sharon Jackson and husband, Jerry all of Ft. Gibson, OK; 2 sons, John H. Hart and
wife, Margie of Stephenville, TX and W. Travis Hart and wife, Janie of Plainview, TX; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; half sister, Mary Ann Buckley of Anchorage, AK; and
step sister, Wanda June Evans of OKC. Services will be held 11:00 AM, Sat., Feb. 13, 1999, at the Graceway Baptist Church, with a 2:00 PM committal service at Fairview Cemetery
in Tuttle, OK.

12/30/1992: TERRY Anna Clarenda, age 83, of Bethany, Ok., died Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1992. She was born Anna Clarenda Hatfield on July 18, 1909 in Mineral Wells, Tx. Preceded
in death by her husband, Elzie Lee Terry, she is survived by three daughters, Anna Lee MacDonald of Mary Ester, Florida, Rosalie Ussery of OKC, and Ramona Ruth Miller of
Angola, New York; eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Services will be Thursday, Dec. 31, 1992, at 3:00 p.m., at the Bill Merritt Memorial Chapel. Rev. Monte Nabors,
of the Warr Acres First Church of the Nazarene, will officiate.

10/18/1990: RAY George W., 65, joined his Savior at 6:10 p.m., Oct. 15, 1990. He served his country well in the US Navy and was medically retired in 1946. He served aboard the
USS Enterprise (CV-6) in the Pacific and attained the rank of Aviation Radioman 2nd Class. He achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in his youth. He was a member of the American
Legion, Fleet Reserve Assoc. and was a life member of the DAV, also a member of the Okla. Historical Society. He is survived by his loving wife, Dorothy; guardian aunt, Willie
Ussery; 4 children, 11 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. Also survived by a sister, Bernice Boyles; brother, Don Holder and numerous other relatives. Memorial services were
held at 8pm, Wednesday. Graveside services will be held at Rose Hill Cemetery, Tulsa, 2pm today, officiated by Rev. Tim Steenbock.

8/12/1997:CHEATWOOD J.C., passed away Saturday, Aug. 9, 1997. He was born in Lexington, Ok on Feb 8, 1924 to Frank and Oda Cheatwood. He served in the US Army Field
Artillery during WWII. He retired from Hillcrest Health Center in 1991. J.C. is survived by his wife of 48 years, Betty, of OKC; a son, Chris and his wife Cathy, and his 3 beloved
grandchildren, James, Alex and Caroline, all of New Orleans, La. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, Aug 13, 10 a.m. at Bill Merritt Funeral Service. Burial will be 2 p.m. at
Magnolia Memorial Gardens, Bristow, Ok.

2/21/1992: HUDSON Thelma Aline, was born December 22, 1919 in Lexington, Oklahoma to Frank and Oda Cheatwood, died Wednesday, February 19, 1992 at South Community
Hospital at the age of 72. Thelma was a former owner of R-X Prescription Shop, a volunteer worker at South Community Hospital, she loved to square dance. Thelma was preceded
in death by her husband, Ellis B. Hudson and a brother, Glenn Cheatwood. She is survived by two sons, Larry Jones of El Paso, Texas, Frank Hudson of Edmond, Oklahoma; two
daughters, Sherril Vickers of Bakersfield, California, Dianne Bernstein of Norman, Oklahoma; seven grandchildren, Jeff Tyner, Richard Evans, Jr., Todd Evans, Kim Tyner, Shannon
Hudson, Paul Evans and Melissa Stubblefield; and one great grandchild; a brother, J.C. Cheatwood of Oklahoma City; sister, Louise Henson of Oklahoma City. Services will be
12:00 noon Saturday, February 22, 1992 at the Colonial Chapel South.

11/21/1986: CHEATWOOD Glen M., age 64, of OKC, passed away Nov. 20, 1986 at South Community Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born July 31, 1922 in Pott. County
OK. and came to OKC as a young child. He had worked as a warehouse supervisor for Firestone Tire and Rubber, and was a member of the Central Christian Church. He was a
WWII Army veteran and lifetime member of the DAV Chapter 29. He is survived by his wife, June of the home; sons, Ronald of Sapulpa OK., Gary and Jimmy, both of Bosier LA., Bill
of OKC, James of Houston TX.; daughters, Robin Long of OKC and Shirley Johnson, Tulsa OK.; a brother, J.C. of OKC; sisters, Thelma Hudson, Louise Henson, both of OKC; 16
grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Services 10am Saturday, Colonial Chapel of Vondel L. Smith and Sons Mortuary.

HENSON Alma Louise, died February 2, 1997 in Oklahoma City. Services will be held Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2:00 p.m., at the Bill Merritt Chapel in Bethany with burial at Resurrection
Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Henson was a native of Oklahoma City. She had worked at Jones-Belew Drug Store for 8 years and White House Cleaners for 8 years followed by Nichols
Hills Drug. She was preceded in death by her husband, F.R. Henson, Jr.; her son, Butch Henson; sister, Thelma Henson; brother, Glen Cheatwood; and grandson, Timothy Dwight
Ingram. She is survived by her daughter, Linda Henson Ingram of Bethany; her son, Lloyd Dean Henson of Texas; her brother, J.C. Cheatwood of OKC; 7 grandchildren and 3 great
grandchildren. Louise taught Sunday School for 2 years at Britton Baptist Church. Her desire to share God with her children, at a young age, was very apparent. Louise loved
people and enjoyed helping others. She will be missed but her love for life, and Christ, shall live on in her family. -APNEWSTYPE- DTOBJ


3/5/1985: Scott E. Johnson, 17, of 3905 SE 54, and Tammy S. Usry, 14, both of 3913 SE 54. ] 5/9/1977: Miss Rosa Lee Cora and Leonard Essary are planning a May 20 wedding
at the First Assembly of God of Moore. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Donaldson , 5986 NW 34, the future bride attended the University of Oklahoma. A former OU student,
Essary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Essary, Norman.

Okmulgee County

Mrs. Lunsford Dies; Rites Are Pending
Mrs. Mary Elsie Lunsford, 60, died last night at her home, 2000 South Delaware, following a week's illness. Mrs. Lunsford had been a resi- dent of Okmulgee for 36 years. She was
a member of the East Side Assembly of God Church. Survivors include her husband, Oscar of the home; two sons, W. H. and Ernest V. Lunsford, Ok- mulgee; two sisters, Mrs.
Nellie Johnson and Mrs. Clara Harring- ton, Los Angeles; four brothers, L. B. Ussery, Okmulgee; John Ussery, Henryetta; Fred Ussery, Quinton; and Ted Ussery, Wewoka. Funeral
arrangements are pending and will be announced by the Buchanan Funeral Home. This article was printed in the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Tuesday,
Nov 29, 1955.

Lunsford Rites Are Set Today

Funeral services will be held today at 2 p.m. for Mrs. Elsie Lunsford, in the Buchanan Funer- al Home Chapel with the Rev C. R. Franklin, minister of the East Side Assembly of God
Church officiating. Pallbearers will be Brent Hail, John Wilson, Edmond Lewis, E. F. Lee, Willie Eagg and T. E. Albig. Burial will be in the Okmulgee cemetery under the direction of
the Buchanan Funeral Home. Mrs. Lunsford died Monday. This article was printed in the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Wed, Nov 30, 1955.

Ernest V. Lunsford, 70, a life- time resident of Okmulgee, died Thursday, December 21, 1995 in Okmulgee. He was born May 4, 1925, in Okmulgee to Oscar and Mary (Ushery)
Lunsford. He was a painter and was of the Catholic faith. Survivors include his wife, Marie Fife Lunsford, of Okmulgee; two daughters, Mary Brown of Okmulgee and Lisa Wilbourn of
Dewar, and two grandsons. Graveside funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., today, Saturday, in the Okmulgee Cemetery. Rev. Charles Jeffrey will officiate. Ser- vices are under
the direction of the Kelley Funeral Home in Okmulgee. This article was printed in the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Saturday, Dec 23, 1995.

Funeral services for William Harold Lunsford will be held in the Buchanan Chapel today, March 29, at 10:30 a.m., with the Reverend Del Hunnicutt, of- ficiating. Burial will be in
Okmulgee Cemetery under the direction of Buchanan Funeral Home. Pallbearers: Willie Fagg, O. E. Lewis, Harve Morton, Har- old Fleetwood, Jess Mullins and R. E. Penn. This
article was printed in the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Tuesday, Mar 29, 1966.

Oscar Lunsford, 67 year-old re- tired huckster, died late Saturday evening at a local hospital. He was born in Roff and later lived in Welty and several towns in that vicinity. He
moved to Ok- mulgee in 1917. He attended the Baptist church. Survivors include two sons, William H. Lunsford, Okmulgee and Ernest of Dewar, five sisters, Mrs. Laura Dungon,
Mrs. Viola Jeffries, Mrs. Ella Bowers and Mrs. Effie Eversol, all of California and Mrs. Ves Steward, Muskogee and one grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday in
the Buchanan Chapel with the Rev. C. R. Franklin, pastor of the East Side Assembly of God Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Okmulgee cemetery under direction of the
Buchanan Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Virgil Blank- enship, Bill M. Martin, Jim Wallace, Dale Morton, Tuffy Lee and Jim Brooks. This article was printed in the Okmulgee Daily
Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Tuesday, Mar 25, 1960.

John W. Ussery (Special to The Times)

Henryetta - Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, in the First Penecostal church for John W. Ussery, 68, retired Pentecostal Holiness minister, who died Friday morning, in
a Tulsa hospital. The Rev. W. L. Roach, pastor, will officiate and burial will be in the Little cemetery, near Seminole, under the direction of the Shurden-Wood Funeral Home. Rev.
Ussery is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ada Ussery, of the home, at 1301 Dollins; a sister, Mrs. A. B. Dobson, and a brother, Charlie Ussery, both of Henryetta. This article was printed
in the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Saturday, May 30, 1959.

Funeral services for Private Robert Warren Ussery, of McAlester, formerly of Okmulgee, who was killed in an automobile accident, Tuesday, Oct 29, near Fort Rucker, Ala., where
he was stationed, will be held at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, in the First Christian Church in McAlester. Military burial rites will be held at the graveside in the McAlester cemetery. Private
Ussery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Ussery, was born here while his parents were residents of Okmulgee. Both parents are graduates of the local high school. Survivors include two
grandparents, Mrs. H. J. Daws and L. B. Ussery, both of this city. This article was printed in the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Friday, Nov 1, 1963.

Lawrence B. USSERY
Funeral services are pending with Buchanan Funeral Home for Lawrence B. Ussery, 78, who died at his home, 618 South Morton, Saturday morning from an apparent heart attack.
Ussery was born November 30, 1887, in Missouri and came to Okmulgee, where he has lived for the past forty years. He was a retired glass worker. Survivors include his widow,
Mrs. Hattie Ussery of the home; two sons, Quinton Ussery, Dickinson, Texas; Warren Ussery, Richmond, Va; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Robinson and Mrs. Frances Mosby, both
of El Paso, Texas; two brothers, Fred Ussery, Muskogee; Ted Ussery, Wewoka; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Johnson, Fontana, Calif; Mrs. Clara Morse, Homeland, Calif; three step-sons,
Paul Scott, Medford, Ore; Elmer and Fred Scott, both of Okmulgee; one step-daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Williams, of Bakersfield, Calif; and ten grandchildren. This article was printed in
the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, on Sunday, August 7, 1966.
[ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM Nora Mosby ""    : He married Bertie HAMILTON, daughter of Lindsey Gaddis HAMILTON, 1918. Born 12 May 1900 in Mt.
Juda, Arkansas. Died 3 Dec 1995 in El Paso, Texas. Buried in Okmulgee Cemetery, Okmulgee Co., Okmulgee, Oklahoma. They had the following children: 1. Quinton USSERY; At
the time of his mother's death, Quinton and his wife, resided in Los Cruces, New Mexico.  2. Warren USSERY; At the time of his mother's death, Warren lived in Richmond, Virginia.
3. Frances USSERY;  At the time of her mother's death, Frances and her husband, Charles, lived in DeSoto, Texas. She married Charles. 4.  Ruby USSERY married DEBRILL 5.
Margaret USSERY married WILLIAMS]

Funeral services will be held Tuesday, today, at 2:00 p.m., in Buchanan Funeral Chapel, for L. B. Ussery, 78, who died at his home, 618 South Morton, Saturday morning, Pastor
Rufus Young, of the Trinity Lutheran Church, will officiate. Pallbearers: A. A. Hale, Nieves Vivar, A. W. Zeier, C. A. Fahnestock, Stephen D. Sanger and W. H. Thomas. Interment will
be in Okmulgee Cemetery under the direction of Buchanan Funeral Home. This article was printed in the Okmulgee Daily Times newspaper, Okmulgee, OK, on Tuesday, August 9.

Ottawa County
Ussery/Howard Family Reunion - Aug. 2001
Contributed by Linda Gray

Traveling from eight states, 54 family members attended a reunion August 4, at the American Legion Post, Fairland. Everyone enjoyed a large covered dish lunch. Family members
wore nametags and tried to explain to the group how they were related and from which branch of the tree they originated. The Ussery family numbers in the hundreds and started
when Peter Ussery and Dianna Atkisson Ussery, moved their family from Tennessee to Green County, Missouri, around 1839, later moving to Wright County, Missouri, where they
scattered across the United States. Peter and Dianna had 14 children. With the use of the Internet, numerous family members are Working to connect the widely spread family.

Represented at the reunion were grandchildren, great and great-great grandchildren of Martin VanBuren Ussery, the 12th child of Peter, as well as descendants of Dr. Benjamin
Franklin Ussery and Sylvester Ussery, the 5th and 9th child of Peter and Dianna. Martin VanBuren and Sarah Morrison Ussery had 12 children of which five were represented At the
reunion, with the most being descendants from Fannie Florence Ussery Howard.

Attending were Merl and Mary Besson, Michigan; Glen and Lorraince Luther, Arkansas; Laura Ann Howard Litterell, California; Fred and Exie Ussery, Roxie Smith and Shirley Kibel,
Missouri; Jean Smith, her husband and granddaughter, Texas; Floyd Bartley, Avis and Claudette Hale, Grace Schubert, Randall and Jackie Howard, Joyce Hignite, Dorothy and Bob
Delk and Doug and Laverne Wilson, Kansas; Tom, Sandra and Ryan Ussery, Illinois; Betty and David Ussery, Katherine Foster. Loral Munson, Bill Harrison, Eldon, Ruth Rodney
and Kyle Ramsey. Keisha and Edna Miller, Edna Cook, Willie Howard, Alma Winters, Jeffery Edwards, Arnold Winters, Shirley Fisher, J.R. Franklin, Charles Henson, Frank and
Margaret Humphry, Tom and Patty Harrioson, William and Helen Ussery, Linda Gray, Robert Eby, from Throughout Oklahoma.

Early School Census Records 1912-1915 Vol. 1

The following information is connected to the Annual & Lavina Gunter Ussery family.

SHADRICK, Charles & Etta   Dist 9 (Old Wyandotte)
Syble        4-19-1905
Collon        12-10-1907
Delbert        6-14-1908

SHADRICK, Monroe & Etta  Dist 24  (Long)
Zarah Belle        7-28-1901
Alva                4-7-1903
Harmon                10-16-1906

SHADRICK, William J. & Emiline   Dist. 25 (Long)
Hue                7-6-1899
Annie                1-19-1902
Carl                3-5-1904

USSARY, A.L. (Annual Luther) & Carrie  Dist. 9 (Old Wyandotte)
May        6-4-1894
Grace        4-12-1899
John        10-13-1903
Blanch        5-15-1905

Ussery, F.R.   Dist 20 (Lincolnville)
Jessie J   2-2-1893
Levi   3-9-1900
Priscilla 4-22-1902

Ussery, S.V.   Dist 31 (Fairland)
Delia Nicholson   5-11-1897
Sarah   8-1-1899
Benjamin   3-15-1906

Ottawa Co. School Census 1916-1918 Vol. II

Shadrick, Charles (Charley)/ Etta   Dist 9 (Old Wyandotte)
Syble   4-19-1905
Collon   12-10-1907
Delbert   6-14-1908
Shadrick, H. Otto   Dist 8
Eva   12-24-1906
Howard   10-27-1908
Shadrick, William J./Emiline  Dist 9 (Old Wyandotte)
Annie   1-19-1902
Hue   7-6-1899
Ussery, A.L.   Dist 9 (Old Wyandotte)
Grace   4-12-1899
John   10-13-1903
Blanch  5-15-1906
Paul   9-10-1910
Ople   8-9-1912
Ussery, Sil V.   Dist 26
Sarah   8-1-1899
Benjamin   3-15-1906
Louis   8-25-1907
Iva   7-17-1909
Delia Nicholson   5-11-1897
Ussery, T.P.   Dist 20
Levi   3-9-1900
Priscilla   4-22-1902
Goldie   6-22-1908
Frank   2-11-1910

Sulpher Bend Cemetery
Sherman Ussery - 1902 Age 1
Reeves Ussery - Infant- 1903

Wyandotte Indian Cemetery
Location: Wyandotte, Ottawa Co., OK (adjacent to the Wyandotte Headquarters)

Luther A. Ussery (Annual Luther Ussery) 1863-1937
Carrie Ussery (Martha Caroline Parks Ussery) 1871-1933
John F. Ussery 10-13-1903 to 9-28-1972

These stones appear to be in the Parks plot. Others in this same section include:

Willie J. Parks  10-9-1885 to 7-20-1963
Sophrona B. Parks (5-30-1850) & Joseph W. Parks (8-5-1843)
Joseph W. (?) Parks 8-5-1843 to 3-25-1932 (this is a military marker)
C.B. Parks  11-8-1847 to 4-15-1927  Age 79 yrs, 5 mos 7 da

Charles S. Doran and Sarah Ussery

Marriage record for my grandparents,Charles S. Doran and Sarah Ussery (Rosealee Porter The Family Association)

Application for Marriage License
State of Oklahoma,Ottawa County

I Charles S. Doran the undersigned,hereby apply for a Marriage License to be issued to Mr. Charles S. Doran,aged 26 years, whose residence is Miami, State of Oklahoma, and
Miss Sarah L.A. Ussery, aged 16 years, whose residence is Lincolnville, State of Oklahoma, and for the purpose of procuring the same, do solemnly swear that I have personal
knowledge of the facts herein stated; that the names,ages and places of residence of said parties are truly and correctly set out above; that neither of said parties is disqualified or
incapable under the law of entering into the marriage relation,nor are they related to each other within the degrees prohibited by law. That I am 26 years of age, and reside at
Miami,County of Ottawa, State of Oklahoma

Charles S. Doran

18th day of December A.D. 1915
By W.J. Farm? Deputy
Grog. Brown-- Court Clerk

I, the undersigned, father of Sarah L.A.Ussery, named in the above application as of the age of 16 years, do hereby consent to her marriage to Charles S. Doran Dated at; Miami,
Oklahoma,this 18th day of December A.D 1915

Sill Ussery----Parent or Guardian
Subscribed and swarn to before me this 18 day of December, 1915 W.J. Farm?--Deputy
Grog.Brown----Court Clerk

State of Oklahoma,Ottawa County


You are hereby authorized to join in marriage Mr. Charles S. Doran of Miami, County of Ottawa, State of Oklahoma, aged 26 years, and Miss Sarah L.A.Ussery of
Lincolnville,County of Ottawa,State of Oklahoma, aged 16 years. And of this License you will make due return of my office within thirty days from this date.

WITNESS my hand and offical seal this 18th day of December 1915 By. W.J. Jarm?--Duputy

Recored this 18th day of Dec. 1915 Grog.Brown---Court Clerk

CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE I Vern E. Thompson, County Judge, County Court, at Miami in Ottawa County,State of Oklahoma, do hereby certify that I joined in marriage the
persons named in and authorized by this License to be married, on the 18th day of December, 1915, at Miami in Ottawa County,State of Oklahoma, in the presence of Sill Ussery of
Qupaw,Oklahoma and Mrs. Louisa Ussery of Qupaw,Oklahoma.

Vern E. Thompson, County Judge

Returned and recorded this 18th day of December 1915

By W.J.Farm?--Deputy
Grog.Brown--Court Clerk

Copy made July 15,1918 by ? N. Sween? Court Clerk
Copy made January 15, 1998 by Cassie Key Deputy

Pittsburgh Co., OK

12/23/1997: USRY, Gene E., 64. Services pending (Bishop).

Pontotoc Co., OK

Pontotoc Co. , OK, Hart Twp:
ETCHIESON, J. R. , 55 of Roff to Mrs. Jane URSHER (USSERY?) 42 of Hart mar. 4 Oct 1914 October 30, 1913. (For more info on the Etchieson line contact Jerry Morrison ).

Pottawatomie Co
Robert M. Usry found in: Census Microfilm Records: Kansas, Oklahoma, 1910

Age: 39
Gender: M
Race: W
Birthplace: MS
State: Oklahoma
Series: T624
Roll: 1271
Part: 1
Page: 289B

Pushmataha Co
USSERY, Eeva 27 July 1925 - 10 February 1999
Eeva USSERY, 73, of Hughson, died Wednesday, February 10th, at Turlock, California.
Mrs. Ussery was a native of Albion, Pushmataha Co., Oklahoma. She lived in Hughson 35 years. She is survived by her children, William Usseryand Charollette Hostille; and four
grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Private arrangements. Lakewood Funeral Home, Hughson, in charge of arrangements.

Rogers County, OK
Sandridge Cemetery
Location: Near Owasso, Rogers Co., OK

Etta M. (Taylor) Shadrick  1886-1964
Charles E. Shadrick  1885-1965
Colin Shadrick  1907-1962
Colin, Jr.  (no date)
Robert Este (no dates)
Baby Shadrick (no dates)
William Monroe Shadrick  10/1/1879 -- 6/7/1950
Howard D. Shadrick 10/27/1908--1/22/1981
L.Florence Shadrick  1909-1993
Delbert G. Shadrick  1909-1968
Lu Shadrick 1922-1932
Jewel (Shadrick) (no dates)

Seminole Co., OK
Obit published 12-24-1998 in "The Seminole Producer"

Lucille (WEBSTER) USSERY, age 89  born: 5-16-1909 in Holdenville, OK  died: 12-23-1998 in Seminole, OK  buried: Oakwood Cemetery near Wewoka, OK
Parents: Hattie Mae WHITE and R.L. WEBSTER  Husband: Ted Felty Ussery, d. 5-10-1991 (m. 11-22-1928 in Holdenville, OK)

Dtr: Peggy NEILL of Wewoka, OK
Sister: Ruth Ussery
Brother: John Webster
Sister: Juanita WARD
Sister: Beula Mae "Cy" WATSON
Sister: Myrtle Lee McMICHAEL

Sequoyah Co., OK
Dwight Mission Cemetery
Location: Sequayah, OK

George W. Ussery  1857-1945
Alice Ussery  1862-1893
Myra Ussery (no dates)
Lon Ussary(age 20) listed on the 1910 Marble Township, Sequoyah County Okla. Census. Wife's name was Polly and children were Jesse and Chester. I was told that Polly was my
Grandpa Jones Walter Payne cousin. I am researching the Payne and allied families. I was wondering if you have any Ussary's listed Sequoyah County or Okla. Thanks, Leslie

Ussery Family Cemetery
Location: Section 14, R23E, T11N, Sequoyah County, OK

Monuments are piles at the base of a big tree. Cemetery is believed to have been close by. Total number of graves is unknown. Two monuments:

Mettie Gessie Ussery 1-8-1903 to 7-1-1904
Infant Dau of Sam & Margaret Ussery

Tobie Ussery 9-4-1901 to 9-9-1901

Tahlequah County, OK

1860 Census: Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah District

274-274 Phillip Usary 55m farmer Tenn
275-275 James Usary 22 m farmer Cherokee Nation

Tulsa County, OK

Okmulgee Daily Times - 3/6/02BOBBIE L. USSERY

Bobbie Lewis Ussery, native Okmulgeean died March 3, 2002 at his home in Collinsville, Okla. He was born December 18, 1933 in Okmulgee to James Pete and Stella Mae (Brown)
Hughes Ussery.

He was raised and attended schools in Okmulgee. At age 16, he forged his mother's signature and joined the Army's 45th Infantry Division, and was sent to Camp Polk, La., for
basic training. However, his mother had him discharged and he returned home to Okmulgee. When he was 17, his mother signed the papers for him to enlist in the U.S. Air Force,
he retired after 20 years of active military service. He then joined the Air National Guard and also retired from there. He owned and operated a Mobile Service Station, in Tulsa. At
the time of his death, he was office manager for Vacuum Pressure Tank Service, in Tulsa.

Bob is survived by his wife, O'Dell, of the home and three daughters, Donna Sue, Connie and Beth; three sons, Danny, Michael and Matthew; two sisters, Bette Bristol of Jenks and
Minnie Hoyt, five brothers, James Pete Ussery, Pineville, La., William David Ussery, Enid, David Ussery, Gore, Blaine Walters, Ada, and Eddie (Walters) Evans, Okmulgee. He was
preceded by three brothers, Kermit Ussery, John Hughes, and Virgil Walters, and four sisters, Margaret Ussery, Leah Frances Cecil, Opal Foster and Dolores Gaggini. He is also
survived by numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial services under the direction of the Collinsville Funeral Home were scheduled to be held Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at 2 p.m., in their chapel, with burial in the Collinsville