Note: These are not related to me, but thought people looking for families with these names might be interested.  The stained glass windows in the 1928 Gothic sanctuary of Wesley UMC in Oklahoma City has many windows donated in memory or to honor a family.

In this area, there are various donations and gifts such as plaques, furnishings, and decorations. Above the narthex area (which faces the eastern entrance of the church) is this window -
East Window
“Jesus Blessing the Little Children” (1928)- Mrs. Florida Knight.

Cloister, North
(West) “The Nativity” – Mrs. William E. Rowland
(Center) “The Boy Christ”- Mr. & Mrs. J. Edgar Strader
(East) “Christ at the Door”- Mrs. Clara Bell & Family

North Transept
“The Transfiguration” (1928)-Mr. & Mrs. Hillard John Scott
(West) “The Last Supper” –Mr. & Mrs. L.R. Springer
(Center) “Jesus and His Mother”- Ladies’ Bible Class
(East) “The First Disciple”

Chancel  (West or Choir)
“The Beckoning Christ” (Come Unto Me) (1928) - Mr. Overstreet, father of Mrs. Campbell Russell

South Transept
“The Good Shepherd” (1928)- Mrs. Jessie B. Fleming and Mrs. Virginia C. Shike
“Rich Young Man”- T.Harold and Captain W.E. Corkhill
“Gethsemane”- Mrs. D.G. Murray & Family
“Best Friend” – Mrs. Laura S. Day and Miss Olga Stokesberry
“Empty Tomb”- Mr. & Mrs. O.H. Putney

Cloister, South (or Ambulatory)
(East) “Holy Women of the Tomb”- Mrs. N.A. Whittaker and Family
(Center) “World Encircled” – WCTU (Women’s Christian Temperance Union)
(West) “The Ascension”- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and Miss Minnie Suitor

Triangular Plot (East) – Fronting east entry area between Douglas and Classen Blvd. Land donated by noted early Oklahoma City founding leader, Anton Classen (before 1928).  Mrs. Classen later donated landscaping and other improvements.
Large Window on the South Transept, "Jesus, The Good Shepherd"
Donated by Mrs. Jesse B. Fleming and Mrs. Virginia C. Shike - to honor husband and father, George Fleming.
He made the 1889 land run and opened the first drug store in Oklahoma City.


Search 113.0 million cemetery records at by entering a surname and clicking search: