Lottie Estrella Boren [31339]
(1879-1965)

 

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John Elmer Mabee [31786]

Lottie Estrella Boren [31339]

  • Born: 17 Sep 1879, Missouri, USA 5319
  • Marriage: John Elmer Mabee [31786] on 6 Apr 1900 in Golden City, Barton County, Missouri, USA 5325
  • Died: 21 Oct 1965, St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA at age 86 5325

bullet   Other names for Lottie were Lottie Jane and Mabee.32

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bullet  General Notes:

From the Maybee Society files. Not all data is verified. Say dates are estimates and are probably within 20 years. The Maybee Society keeps its data on The Master Genealogist�, and has been modified by Gary Hester?s WIT2NOTE� to form the GedCom file. This information is also available in a TMG file.

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence: 29th & Zuna, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. 5319

No Name, Jun 1900, Marion, Dade County, Missouri, USA. 5323 Lottie Estrella Boren appeared on the census of Jun 1900 in the
household of Simon Peter Maybee and Mary Jane Shuffler Marion,
Dade County, Missouri

No Name, 1948, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA. 5321 In 1948, John and Lottie formed The J. E. and L. E. Mabee
Foundation, Inc., a Delaware non-profit corporation., with its
office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As stated in its charter, the
purposes of the Foundation are to aid Christian religious
organizations, charitable organizations, institutions of higher
learning, hospitals and other organizations of a general
charitable nature. The Mabee Foundation makes grants in the
states of Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New
Mexico. It was the feeling of John and Lottie that their wealth
had come from this area and they wanted the benefits of the
Foundation to be spent in that area. The Foundation continues
to honor that feeling and confines its grants to that
geographical area. From its beginning to 1989, the Mabee
foundation made grants totaling approximately 250 million
dollars.
See the website at www.mabeefoundation.com.
Directors include John H. Conway, Jr. in Tulsa and Joe G. Mabee
and his son J. Guy Mabee, Jr.


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Lottie married John Elmer Mabee [31786] [MRIN: 5941], son of Simon Peter Maybee [33192] and Mary Jane Shuffler [31791], on 6 Apr 1900 in Golden City, Barton County, Missouri, USA.5325 (John Elmer Mabee [31786] was born on 18 Jun 1879 in Cedar County, Missouri 5325 and died on 24 Jan 1961 in Hillcrest Hospital, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA 5325.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Land, 1907, Comanche County, Oklahoma. 5325 Shortly before Oklahoma entered statehood in 1907, John decided
he and Lottie (he often called her Lottie Jane) would try to
homestead in what was to become a new state. John made a brief
trip to Oklahoma to look over 160 acres of land and compare it
with government field notes. They looked pretty correct. He
talked to some of the other people that were out there looking
at the land and went back to Missouri and bid from the field
notes. He said, "The 160 acres that I got was described in the
field notes as 140 acres of tillable land, but it was the
poorest 160 acres in Oklahoma. When I went to prove up on it, I
had my neighbors for witnesses and the old Judge asked my
neighbors how much land I had in cultivation and my neighbor
told him that I didn't have any and that I had to plow up part
of the section line to get a place big enough for a garden."

"We built a little house on it, dug a well and got gyp water.
Our place was close to a creek that was called Deep Red'.
There was lots of red sand that blew in the water. There were
lots of cyclones around there. Snyder, Oklahoma, was blown away
three times that spring by cyclones, so we dug us a storm cave.
There were lots of rattle snakes there and after we dug the
storm cave, Lottie Jane and I were afraid to go in the cave on
account of the rattle snakes and we were afriad to stay out
because we were afraid we'd be blown away. We drank the gyp
water and both of us took down with the typhoid fever."

Census, Apr 1910, Randlett, Comanche County, Oklahoma, USA. 5326 John Mabee, Head, M, W, 30, M1, 10, Arkansas, Arkansas,
Illinois, Stockman, Buying Stock, owns home
Lottie E. Mabee, Wife, F, W, 30, M1, 10, no children, Missouri,
Arkansas, Illinois, none

Census, Jan 1920, Walters, Cotton County, Oklahoma, USA. 5327 John E Mabee, Head, M, W, 40, M, Missouri, Illinois, Kansas,
Mule skinner
Lottie E Mabee, Wife, F, W, 40, M, Missouri, Illinois,
Illinois, housewife

Census, 7 Apr 1930, 810 South Elgin, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. 5328 John E Mabee, Head, M, W, 57, [email protected], Illinois, Illinois,
Illinois, Drilling Contractor for an Oil Well
Lottie E Mabee, Wife, F, W, 40, [email protected], Missouri, Illinois,
Missouri

Anecdote, 1948, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA. 5321 In 1948, John and Lottie formed The J. E. and L. E. Mabee
Foundation, Inc., a Delaware non-profit corporation., with its
office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As stated in its charter, the
purposes of the Foundation are to aid Christian religious
organizations, charitable organizations, institutions of higher
learning, hospitals and other organizations of a general
charitable nature. The Mabee Foundation makes grants in the
states of Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New
Mexico. It was the feeling of John and Lottie that their wealth
had come from this area and they wanted the benefits of the
Foundation to be spent in that area. The Foundation continues
to honor that feeling and confines its grants to that
geographical area. From its beginning to 1989, the Mabee
foundation made grants totaling approximately 250 million
dollars.
See the website at www.mabeefoundation.com.
Directors include John H. Conway, Jr. in Tulsa and Joe G.
Mabee and his son J. Guy Mabee, Jr.


bullet  Marriage Notes:

they had no children together



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