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Encyclopedia > Johnston Murray

Johnston Murray (July 21, 1902April 16, 1974) was the Governor of the U.S. state of Oklahoma from 1951 until 1955. He was a member of the Democratic Party. His father, William H. Murray, was also a governor of the state.

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William H. Murray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1836 words)
Governor Johnston appointed Murray to represent the Chickasaws at the convention which was being held in 1905 at the Creek Nation capital of Muskogee.
Murray became a national leader for the victims of the Depression, calling for a national council for relief to be held at Memphis, Tennessee in June of 1931.
Murray officially left office on January 15, 1935 with the inauguration of Ernest W. Marland as the tenth Governor of Oklahoma.
Beers: Murray p. 615 (1994 words)
M R. Johnston, at Mercersburg, Penn. Early in life she connected herself with the Association Presbyterian Church, and later with the Charters United Presbyterian Church, and gave liberally of her means for the spreading of the Gospel.
Her father, Alexander Moncreiff Johnston, was the youngest son of Thomas Johnston, who came to Mercersburg from Pequea, Lancaster county, in 1794, and was a lineal descendant of Archibald Johnston (Lord Warriston), of Scotland.
Murray was married December 30, 1890, to Mrs.
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