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Posted by: Mary R. M. Nunneley (ID *****3863) Date: July 31, 2005 at 13:59:14
In Reply to: SAMUEL SAMFORD DUFFEY MARRIED IDA BRYANT by Deborah Sanders of 497

The obituary of Hugh Lorenzo "Sunny Jim" Bryant (Bartlesville OK Enterprise, 11 Jun 1958 / page one) lists the following survivors: Nieces: Edith Boals of Bartlesville; Mrs. William Hurst of Dewey; Mrs. Lona DeHart of Houston; Mrs. Jack Williamson of Russellville, Ark; Mrs. W. K. Mullens and Mrs. David Burris of Hot Springs, Ark; and Mrs. John Hinson of Miami and Nephews: C. E. Duffey and Everett Duffey of Bartlesville; Mace Duffey of Hope, Ark; Earl Duffey of Grass Valley, Calif; and Mitchell Duffey of Sacramento, Calif.
Hugh Bryant was a brother of Ida. Both Ida and Samuel are buried in the White Rose Cemetery Mausoleum in Bartlesville that was built by Hugh L. Bryant. Hugh moved to Bartlesville in 1899 and was a prominent citizen and merchant.
I am not related to this family, but a member of the White Rose Cemetery Board and have done research on Mr. Bryant.
Hope this helps your research.
Mary R M Nunneley

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