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Minnie G. McLaughlin

Canadian Co., Oklahoma

El Reno Daily Tribune Monday, Jan 20, 1936


Funeral Services Planned Here Wednesday,  Rites for Mrs. Tom McLaughlin, 63, who died Monday morning at her home, 400 North Rock Island avenue, following 10 months illness from paralysis, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the First Baptist church.  Rev. Holmes Nichols, former pastor and Rev. J. W. Hodges, pastor, will conduct the services after which internment will be in the El Reno cemetery, it was announced from the Benson funeral home.  Mrs. McLaughlin had resided in El Reno since 1906 and was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen as well as the Women's Benefit association.  She is survived by the husband, a retired Rock Island brakeman; a son, Charlie McLaughlin of El Reno; two daughters, Mrs. Nora Trotter of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Gussie Walker of Dodge City, Kan. There also are two sisters, Mrs. Mary Mason of Salina, Kan. and Mrs. Ed Dunlap of Clinton, Mo., and three brothers, John, Robert and Roy Patterson of Clinton, as well as 15 grandchildren

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El Reno American Thursday, Jan 23, 1936


Minnie G. McLaughlin, wife of Thos. S. McLaughlin, died Monday at her home at 400 North Rock Island after an illness of ten months from paralysis.  She was born October 09, 1872 at Van Buren, Iowa.  In addition to the husband survivors include three children.  Mrs. Gussie Walker of Dodge City, Kans., Mrs.  Nora Trotter of Oklahoma City and Charlie M. McLaughlin of El Reno. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Mary Mason of Salina, Kans. Mrs. Ed Dunlap of Trenton, Mo., and three brothers, John, Rober and Roy all of Trenton, Mo. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon from the Baptist church by Rev. Holmes Nichols and Rev. J. W. Hodges, Internment was made in the El Reno cemetery.