Frankie Kathryn Spicer Hardesty
”1889 - 1900”

    Frankie Kathryn Spicer Hardesty

    "As a well-spent day brings happy sleep,
    so a life well used brings happy death."
      Leonardo Da Vinci

      Frankie Kathryn Spicer Hardesty

      Dec.26, 1917 - Oct. 19, 1989
      Frankie Kathryn Spicer was born on December 26, 1917,
      in Delaware County, Oklahoma, her father, Clem, was 21 and her mother,
      Eula, was 17. She married Barney Richard Hardesty on April 18, 1936,
      in Tiff City, Missouri. They had two children during their marriage.
      Kathryn Maxine and Thomas Hayden Hardesty
      She died on October 19, 1989, in Joplin, Missouri,
      at the age of 71, and was buried in Grove, Oklahoma.
      Spouse: Barney Richard Hardesty
      Parents: Clem Hayden Spicer and Eula Vea Brown
      GrandParents: Mitchell Spicer and Mary Alla (Allie) Mason
      Great GrandParents: Joseph Spicer and Betsy Ivey
      Great Great GrandParents: Small Cloud Spicer and Cah-Quee-Nah Crow
      Burial: Bassett Grove Cemetery, Grove, Delaware County, Ok

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