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TULSA PIONEER WOMEN
Name and year of arrival to Tulsa
Mrs. W. P. Haworth, 1884
Mrs. S. J. Stonecipher, teacher, 1884
Miss Ida Stephens Haworth, teacher, 1884
Mrs. Lilah D. Lindsay, teacher, 1886
Miss Jennie Stringfield, teacher, 1887
Miss Bettie Stringfield, teacher, 1887
Miss Alice Stringfield, teacher, 1888
Aunt Jane Perryman, Mission teacher in Creek Nation for many years, and her two daughters, Hettie and Nora (Rachael was the wife of George B. Perryman)
Mrs. George Bullette, 1882
Mother Egan and Celia Egan Short, 1888
Mrs. R. M. Bynum, 1886
Mrs. George W. Mowbray, Sr. 1888
Mrs. C. U. Dorman, 1888
Mrs. L. C. Pruitt and daughters, Myrtle Pruitt Stansberry, Etta Pruitt Devinna and Gussie Pruitt Armstrong, 1889
Mrs. Thomas Perryman, missionary teacher for many years in the Creek Nation.
The above information was submitted by Wendy Gayle in October 1999
OTHER IMPORTANT TULSA PIONEERS
Also submitted by Wendy Gayle
This person is H. C. Hall - The Founder of Tulsa
And his Brother J. M. Hall,
next to H. C. Hall, they worked together in the mercantile business.
Left is Dr. R. M. Loughridge - he preached the first sermon ever heard in Tulsa in 1883.
Right is Rev. W. P. Haworth - he organized the First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa on 5 Oct 1885
Top Left is Mrs. S. J. Stonecipher - 86 years old when picture was taken, she was the first superintendent of the Presbyterian Mission school in Tulsa in 1884.
Top Right is Rev. Leonard P. Davidson
First foreign missionary from Tulsa's First Presbyterian Church
Bottom is R. H. Hall - he put in Tulsa's first telephone system.
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