Thomas Wildcat Alford ~ Shawnee

Published on December 13, 2010 by John

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Thomas Wildcat Alford grave
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Thomas Wildcat Alford, known as one of the outstanding Indian leaders and educators in Oklahoma, will be honored in final rites at his home, east of Benson Park, at 2:30 Thursday afternoon. The 78-year-old benefactor of his fellow tribesmen succumbed to a long illness at 2:45 Wednesday morning at his home, south of Shawnee. Rev. M. Jordan of Tecumseh will be in charge of the service to be followed by burial in the Tecumseh Cemetery at 3 o’clock when a Masonic graveside service will be held. Alford was a thirty-second degree Mason and a member of the McAlester consistory. Alford was 78 years old at the time of his death. He had been in failing health for some time.

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