Note: jobs and living in a boarding house run by John and Mary Gould inHollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.
The 1920 Census lists J. V. Linsey as age 30, working as a cook in arestaurant and living in a lodging house, run by Howard and MableRobertson, on West Second Street in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The information for James' death certificate was furnished by hiswife. She gave his date of birth as 1888. His tomb stone indicates1888. The 1900 census shows that he was born in 1889.
His cause of death was bacterial endocarditis following pneumonia. Hehad an old heart leakage. His occupation was listed as laborer.
The Harmon County Leader Thursday, October 5, 1944 Hollis, Harmon Co., OK Page 8
James Virgil Lindsey Services Baptist Church
James Virgil Lindsey, 56, who died in Oklahoma City, was to be buriedin Hollis Friday, October 6. He is a brother of Virnus Lindsey, andwas a former resident of this county. Rev. Frank Baugh was to be incharge of the services with burial in Fairmount.
Hollis Weekly News October 5, 1944 Hollis, Harmon Co., OK Page 1
Lindsey Funeral Scheduled Friday
Death of Virgil Lindsey, 56, occurred Tuesday in Oklahoma City. He isa brother of Virnus Lindsey, and his family was one of the first tosettle in Hollis. Funeral services will be held in Hollis Friday at 2PM in the First Baptist Church.
The Daily Oklahoman Wednesday, October 4, 1944 Page 20
James Virgil Lindsey, 56, died Tuesday in a local hospital. He issurvived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Lindsey, and two sons, Eugene andJerry, all of the home address, 542 South East 10th, Oklahoma City,OK. Arrangements will be announced by the Hunter Funeral Home.
The Daily Oklahoman Thursday, October 5, 1944
Services for James Virgil Lindsey, 56, who died Tuesday, will be at 2PM Friday in the First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Hollis.
Note: The 1910 Census lists Virgil as age 21, working as a laborer doing odd
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