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Submitted by Marsha Miller
My Family Website
Robert (Bob) Monroe Lynn
October 2, 1874 - May 15, 1962
Alpha Autumn (Clear) Lynn
July 12, 1888 - April 5, 1988
This page is dedicated to the memory of these two wonderful,
kind-hearted and loving people, my Grandparents, who came from
Evening Shade, Arkansas in 1919 by way of covered wagon,
seeking a better life for themselves and their many children.
They found many years of happiness surrounded by family
and friends in the small town called Elmore City.
They lived long and fulfilling lives, never asking of anyone
and always giving. May they rest in peace.
Alpha Autumn Lynn and her son, Euylass Lynn
This is my Grandmother and my Uncle
Euylass Lynn Obit
Rosa Lee Lynn Pyle
J. E. Lynn
He is one of my grandpa's
brothers who lived in Elmore City.
See picture of J. E. Lynn & his family
Johnnie Lynn was the son of
Thomas Franklin Lynn and Maude KELLEY Lynn.
He died May 20, 1966.
Bessie Lynn Long
My Soldier Brother
By Lorene Lynn
Published in the Pauls Valley Daily Democrat
This poem was written by Miss Lorene Lynn, of Elmore City, OK. About her brother Euylass Washington Lynn, when he left to serve his country in World War II. He went into the service on February 12, 1941
He served in the 45th Infantry
Part of the poem was torn off, and when I asked her to remember it, so I could reconstruct it, she remembered it word for word.
Lorene and Euylass are the children of:
Robert Monroe Lynn and Alpha Autumn CLEAR Lynn
Lorene is my Mother
My Soldier Brother
By Miss Lorene Lynn, Elmore City,
And out of the station
Did my soldier brother go
And when he began to leave,
He said, I hate to go.
But Mother I will dearly love you,
No matter how far I go.
Today he is my soldier brother
And somewhere in Italy he does serve
He is with the 45th division
He has really got the nerve
Like all of the soldier boys
Who serve far away
There is a soldier brother like mine
Who is stationed far away too.
TIL MY HUSBAND COMES HOME
Written by Winifred WELCHER Lynn
Elmore City, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Wife of Euylass Washington Lynn
Mother of David George Lynn and Bonadette Lanelle LYNN Sweetman
This was published in the Democrat
Lynn Log Cabin
House where C. W. and Lorene LYNN Burleson lived when they first
It was a one room cabin and had a dirt floor, located on West Lee Street
at the end of McClure on the North side of the street.
This article was printed in the Pauls Valley Daily Democrat
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