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"Obituary - Oscar Chatman"
Name: Oscar Chatman
Married: Edith Hibbits
Death date: January 23, 1963
Death location: Knob Lick, St. Francois County, Missouri
Burial date: Unknown
Burial location: Knob Lick Cemetery, St. Francois County, Missouri.
Name of newspaper publication: Unknown
Newspaper location: St. Francois County, Missouri
Date published: Jan. 1963
"Transcript of the above obituary"
Oscar Chatman, son of the late John and Martha Scaggs Chatman, was born in Doe Run, May 6, 1906, and died at his home in Farmington on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1963, being 56 years eight months 17 days of age.
He was united in marriage to Edyth Hibbits of Knob Lick, on October 9, 1926. To this union three children were born; a son, Oscar Eugene, who passed away at the age of three years; and two daughters.
deceased is survived by his wife, and daughters: Laverne (Mrs. Lloyd) Sutherland of St. Louis, and Loretta (Mrs. Carl) Wamble of
Farmington; four grandchildren; four brothers; Ed of Flat River, Nolis of Denver,
Colorado, Louis and Otte of Farmington; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Wilkerson and Mildred (Mrs. A. A.) Reed of Farmington, and Lola (Mrs. Wm.) Boevingloh of St. Louis.
He was also preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 27th, at 2:00 p.m.at the First Baptist Church in Farmington, with the Rev. J. Loren Jolly officiating. Burial was at the Knob Lick cemetery, with Cozean Service in charge.
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