”1908 - 2000”
DOROTHY HARTNESS March 8, 2000 – Graveside services for Dorothy Helen Hartness, 92, longtime Pawhuska resident, will be held Thursday, March 9, 2000 at the Pawhuska Cemetery Dorothy was born February 7, 1908 in Grove, Oklahoma, one of eleven children born to John and Dossie (Betten) Davis and later moved with her family to Barnsdall, Oklahoma where she attended school. She died Monday, March 6, 2000 in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. November 29, 1924 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Dorothy married Ezra Hartness who preceded her in death in 1975. Dorothy was a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother and was active for many years in her church community. She was known throughout the area for her cooking and quilting talents and was proud of her Seneca-Cayuga heritage. In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by a daughter, Hazel Whited, a son Don Hartness and grandchildren, Jackie Milleson Poole and Richard Whited. Survivors include three sons, R.B. (Buddy) Hartness and Tim Hartness of Pawhuska and Owen Hartness of Peru, Kansas; two daughters, Mrs. James (Dossie) Milleson of Pawhuska, Mrs. H.A. (Barbara) Robinson of Wynona, Oklahoma; two brothers, John Davis of Pittsburgh, Kansas and Louis (Red) Davis of Stillwater, Oklahoma; sisters, Rosalie Tanner of Tulsa, Oklahoma; Jeannie Morgan of Wynona, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Albert (Judy) Taylor of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, and a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Resource:Miami Record, (2000)
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