Lot 45S(YOUNG)
Lot 45S (Young)
In Memory Of
 (1916 - 2011) 
In Memory Of
 (1919 - 1975) 
Ann Bond 1941-2013
Always in Our Hearts
 (1941 - 2013) 
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RemembranceThe markers here are not graves, but a markers in remembrance of life
ROBERT FRANKLIN YOUNG (19 Apr 1916 - 30 Jun 2011)
and his wife
MARGARET ELIZABETH LAY YOUNG (31 Jan 1919 - 29 Dec 1975)
and their daughter
ANN YOUNG BOND (12 Mar 1941 - 20 Oct 2013)
Bob and Margaret Young (ca. 1940) Young Family 1948
OBITUARY: 30 June 2011
Robert F. "Bob" Young died on June 27, 2011, at his residence in Edmond, Oklahoma. Bob was born in Mason City, Illinois, on April 19, 1916. He was predeceased by his wife of 38 years, Margaret Lay Young, and his wife of 32 years, Georgia L. Young. Bob was a self-taught woodworking craftsman who designed and built custom furnishings for many years in his own establishment, Bob Young Cabinet Shop, located in Britton, Oklahoma. He was an avid fisherman, as well as a bowler who participated in league bowling well into his 90s. He is survived by his four children, Robert L. Young of Brookshire, Texas, Ann Bond of San Antonio, Texas, Barbara Graham of Marietta, Georgia, Jean Young of Marietta, Georgia, as well as numerous grand and great grandchildren. No service is planned.
OBITUARY: 31 December 1975
YOUNG, Mrs. Robert F. (Margaret Lay), 56 of 2920 Haxley Drive; memorial services 4 p. m. Wednesday directed by Smithe & Kerake Funeral Home.

Margaret Elizabeth Lay Young was the first of Lawrence and Berta B. Lay’s five children. She received a bachelor’s degree from Central State University. In 1937 she married Robert Franklin Young; they had four children. She was very involved with her children’s school activities through their high school years. She had an ongoing drive to learn new things, and she was intrigued by self-awareness and self-improvement concepts. She was always active in her church, and she pursued her love of music throughout her life. Her premature death at age 56 was brought about by a congenital heart problem.

We are thankful and glad for Margaret’s singing life, for all of the worth in all the forms of her music, her being, with all the lines, colors and textures, rhythms, tonalities and tempos, which gifted us with meaning and love.

She was a wife, a mother, a grandmother, and a friend to many. No one can sum up her life. And words are inadequate for the infinite preciousness of a life. But what touched her deeply, passionately, joyfully is forever, eternally, universally to be shared: music. She sang. She sang in our church choir, in the Canterbury Choir and in times with places shared with others, and often with the eternal alone. She played. She played the piano and organ and served as a church organist. And her mind and heart and hands that made music made love too, abundantly, for many. You have her music. It is eternal.

God and faith and music are one, the intense, throbbing, unifying eternal source of life which is the source of wonder and mystery and inexpressible loveliness. Margaret's faith was strong. She thought. She questioned. But her faith was like her music. There is no explaining the miracle of a musical score; nor what happens between and with the brass and strings and the human mind and heart. But all the fullness, mystery and glory of life are there, timelessly, forever. There is the oneness that transcends all. And the oneness of it all transcends and includes all --a Mohammed and Buddha and Jesus, as a Beethoven, Mozart and Stravinsky. There is the wholeness of life, the worth of all things which is a wholeness of beauty and truth; an integrity of sound, sight and reason which is its own reason for being and our reason for being here, and rejoicing in our being together.
OBITUARY: 07 December 2013
Ann Bond passed away October 20th 2013 at the age of 72. She lost her battle to cancer and spent her last precious days with her daughters sisters and brother. She was an avid reader and spent several days a week at The library and was active in her weekly bridge group. Ann was a high school English teacher for many years and eventually retired and began substitute teaching for the SCUC school district. She had to give up teaching due to her illness but she never shied away from giving her grandsons a grammar lesson. Ann is survived by her two daughters; her two sisters; and her brother. She also leaves behind her 4 grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her mother Margaret Young and her father Robert Young.
Robert Franklin Young Margaret Lay Young
1 son 3 daughters
Ann Young Bond ca. 1990
Ann Young Bond
2 daughters
No information about this YOUNG family is currently on-line.

Ancestors of Robert Franklin and Margaret Elizabeth Lay Young

2. Robert Franklin Young was the son of Robert Clinton Young and Nellie Mae Olson 2, 3, 4. He was born on 19 Apr 1916 in Mason City, Mason Co, IL. He died on 27 Jun 2011 in Edmond, Oklahoma Co, OK. Obituary on 30 Jun 2011 (Daily Oklahoman). Burial in Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [45S]. He married (1) Margaret Elizabeth Lay and (2) Georgia L. Dodd Kienzle. She was born 1925 in Springview, Keya Paha Co, NE.

Margaret and Bob 1952

2. Margaret Elizabeth Lay was the daughter of Lawrence Lay and Alberta Blanche Bailey . She was born on 31 Jan 1919 in Norman, Cleveland Co, OK. She died on 29 Dec 1975 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK. Obituary on 31 Dec 1975 (Daily Oklahoman). Memorial in Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [45S].

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Robert Clinton and Nellie Olson Young
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Alberta Blanche Bailey
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Lawrence Lay
Genealogy last updated: Sunday, September 10, 2023
OHC Relations
  Margaret Lay Young was the great-granddaughter of Olive Hand Bailey.
  The Bailey family is related by marriage with the Carson, Stickler, Sitlington, Lay,  McCallon, Hollingsworth, and Young families.  
Association Membership
68 May 31 1982 Jean Young
Address on Record
100 Sep 1 2013 Barbara Young Graham
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