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  13. Obituary, News and Tribune - February 15, 1959. Services Monday For Mrs. Buchanan

    TUSCUMBIA (Special) -- Mrs. Missouri Jane Dusenberry Buchanan, 81, died Friday in Tuscumbia.

    She was born July 3, 1877, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson. Her first husband, Walter E. Dusenberry, preceded her in death in 1948.

    She married John Buchanan in 1951. He survives.

    Other survivors include one son: Raymond Dusenberry of Eldon; one daughter: Mrs. Bessie Campbell, Kansas City; 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

    Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday at a local funeral home, the Rev. J.V. Roberts officiating. Burial will be in the Dulle Cemetery, Eldon.

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  44. SSDI, 500-09-1579.
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    Mary A Lamb (mominlaw).
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    Elizabeth Fuller (mother).
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    William & Mary Aager
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  65. 1900 Census, Linwood, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 194B. Lewis & Agnes Ahrens.
  66. 1910 Census, Linwood Twp, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 263A. Lewis, Agnes, Dorothy, Mary, Margaret, Nettie, & Vivian Ahrens.
  67. 1920 Census, Tacoma Ward 5, Pierce, Washington, pg 127B. L Lewis, E Mary (mom), L Margaret, N Ruth, L Vivian, P Earl, & M Fern Ahrens.
  68. 1920 Census, Waterloo Ward 4, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 260A. Harry, Dorothy, & Infant Smith
    Agna Ahrens (minlaw).
  69. 1905 Census, Linwood, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 177. Lewis L, Agnas, Doratha, Mary, & Margaret Ahrens.
  70. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 29B. Lenis, Lillian, & Mabel Ahrens.
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  72. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 159B. Joseph & Margaret Uber
    May A Acres (gdau).
  73. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas.
  74. 1910 Census, West Plains Ward 3, Howell, Missouri, pg 155A. Joseph B, Jennie G, Nat, Luna, & Josie Aldridge.
  75. 1900 Census, Pigeon, Baxter, Arkansas, pg 46A. Joseph B, Nat, Luna, & Josie Aldridge.
  76. 1930 Census, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, pg 78A. Emmet H, Mary E, & Emmet Alexander
    Aubrey, Marguerite, Aubrey Jr, & Charlie Alexander.
  77. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Shelby, Tennessee.
  78. SSDI, 546-36-9102.
  79. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 28A. Eugene, Elsa B, & Lena M Alexander.
  80. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25B. Elsie B, Grace M, John O, Ray D, & Evelin O Alexander.
  81. SSDI, 454-22-4377.
  82. SSDI, 452-38-2102.
  83. Emma F. Sippell and committee of General William Floyd Chapter D.A.R., Lewis and Oneida Counties cemetery inscriptions.
  84. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - January 21, 1971. Garnett Allee, Eldon, dies

    Garnett Edgar Allee, 86, of Eldon, died Tuesday at Charles E. Still Hospital, Jefferson City.

    Mr. Allee was born May 4, 1884, near Bagnell, the son of William M. and Susan Cooper Allee. He was married Sept. 1, 1911, at Eldon, to Cora B. Crum, who survives.

    Other survivors include: Two sons, Gathol Allee, Jefferson City, Garnett M. Allee, Tulsa, Okla.; a daughter, Mrs. Cerece VanBebber, Jefferson City; a sister, Mrs. Gertie Glenn, Tampa, Fla.; 10 grandchidren (sic) and 13 great-grandchidres. (sic)

    Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Philips Funeral Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. Walter D. Simpson officiating. Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery. .

  85. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 199D. NI, SE, & TA Allee.
  86. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 24B. William I, Amanda, Garnatt, Luther, & Girtie Allee.
  87. Florida Death Index, 1877 - 1998.
  88. 1910 Census, Muskogee Ward 1, Muskogee, Oklahoma, pg 112A. Harry & Rebecca Rohrer
    Gertie Allee (niece).
  89. SSDI, 262-43-0871.
  90. 1900 Census, Union, Lincoln, Oklahoma, pg 210A. Charley, Stella L, Lewis O, & Silva P Allen.
  91. 1910 Census, Franklin Twp, Miller, Missouri, pg 30A. Charles H, Stella L, Ollier, Silvia P, Logan O, & Esmul M Allen.
  92. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 147A. Charley H, Stella, Logan, Esmal, Ray, & Raymond Allen.
  93. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 100B. Charles H, Stella L, Ray E, & Raymond W Allen
    Frank & Ismel M Platter.
  94. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Miller, Missouri. Lists birthyear as 1874.
  95. SSDI, 489-56-7779. Stella Hader.
  96. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - February 8, 1971. Mrs. Stella Hader dies at Eldon

    Mrs. Stella Lee Allen Hader, 95, Eldon, died Saturday at the Campbell Boarding Home, Eldon, where she had lived for six years.

    She was born July 17, 1875, in Moniteau County, the daughter of Nathaniel Green and Mary Wood Allen.

    On Sept. 23, 1893, in Miller County, she married Charley Allen, who died Nov. 24, 1943. In 1947, in Tuscumbia, she married William Hader, who preceded her in death.

    She was a member of the First Assembly of God Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include: daughter, Mrs. Esmal Platter, Kansas City, Kan.; five sons, Ollie Allen, Tuscumbia, Priest Allen, Kansas City, Kan.; Rev. Logan Allen, Ray Allen and Raymond Allen, all of Eldon; one sister, Mrs. Artie Nicols, Nowata, Okla.; a brother, Ell Allen, Stoutland, 13 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren and 14 great-great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the First Assembly of God Church, Eldon, with the Rev. George Flora officiating. Burial will be in Allen Cemetery. Arrangements are by Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  97. 1920 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 132A. Ollie, Mary E, & Louie T Allen.
  98. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 117B. Ollie, Mary E, & Lewis T Allen.
  99. SSDI, 491-28-9710.
  100. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 117B. Priest, Nesie, Gail, & Anita Allen.
  101. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 240A. Priest Etten.
  102. SSDI, 487-22-0414.
  103. Obituary, Miller County Autogram-Sentinel, October 1990. Priest Allen, 91, died Oct. 29, 1990 at his home in Kansas City, Kan. He was born in Eldon to Charley and Stella Allen. In 1941 he moved to the Kansas City area. Mr. Allen was a meat cutter at the Cudahy Packing Company for 10 years and also was a custodian for the Shawnee Mission School District before he retired. He was a Baptist.

    Surviving him are a daughter, Neita Hickman of Kansas City, Kan.; two brothers, Rev. Logan Allen and Raymond Allen, both of Eldon; a sister Esmal Baird of Merriam, Kan.; three grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren; and a six great-great-grandchildren. A son, Gail Allen, preceded him in death about nine weeks ago.

    Funeral services were held Oct. 31 at the Maple Hill Chapel and burial was in the Maple Hill Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas.

  104. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 117B. Logan T, Maud M, Vasil L, Fern W, & Avenell D Allen.
  105. SSDI, 487-16-5488.
  106. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser, Thursday, January 21, 1999. Rev. Logan T. Allen, 97, of Kansas City, formerly of Eldon, died Sunday, Jan. 17, 1999, at Blue River Care Center in Kansas City. He was born Oct. 9, 1901, in Olean to Charlie and Stella Allen. He was married to Maude Cotton Allen, who died in 1991.

    Rev. Allen moved to the Eldon area as a small child and remained in the area until 1996, when he moved to Shawnee, Kan., to live with his daughter. He and his wife pastured in the Tuscumbia Assembly of God Church for 36 years, and he also pastured other churches in the area.

    Surviving him are a daughter, Dorothy Snelson of Shawnee, Kan.; several grandchildren; and a brother, Raymond Allen of Eldon. Two children, Vacil Allen and Fern Cooper, preceded him in death.

    Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Eldon First Assembly of God Church with the Rev. George Flora and the Rev. James Hedrick officiating. Burial was in Tol Wood Cemetery near Eldon, under the direction of Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon. Memorials are suggested to the Heart of America Hospice, 9229 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64114.

  107. Obituary, The Miller County Autogram-Sentinel, Thursday, February 14, 1991. Esmal M. Platter Baird, 82, of Shawnee, Kan. died Sunday, Feb. 3, 1991 at Trinity
    Lutheran Manor in Merriam, Kan. She was born in 1908 in Eldon to Charlie and Stella Allee Allen. On Feb. 2, 1927 she was married to Frank Platter, who preceded her in death. She later married Floyd Baird, who also preceded her in death.

    Mrs. Baird was a member of the Overland Park Assembly of God Church.

    Surviving her are two children, Gaylord Platter and Lorena Thomas, both of Kansas
    City, Kan.; two brothers, Rev. Logan Allen and Raymond Allen, both of Eldon; four
    grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6 at the Maple Hill Funeral Home. Officiating were her grandson, Rev. Billy Thomas, and her pastor, Rev. Philip Krieling, a former Versailles resident. Burial was at Maple Hill. Her brothers were unable to attend.

  108. SSDI, 487-22-0507.
  109. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 28A. Ara?, Paradine, Dora, Forest, Samuel, Fannie, & Salina Nibert
    Samuel, Salina (mominlaw), & Maggie Allen.
  110. 1920 Census, Junction City, Lane, Oregon, pg 216B. Samuel & Salina B Allen.
  111. 1930 Census, Gervais, Marion, Oregon, pg 60B. Salina V Allen.
  112. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 200B. Samuel, SB, & Paridine Allen
    SA Conner (mominlaw)
    S & JW Marten (nephews)
    R Devenport (niece).
  113. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201C. Joseph, MS, GD, NR, MJ, WH, & ST Allen.
  114. 1900 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 124B. Nancy J & Evie A Slavens
    George W, Julia A, Minnie A, & Georgie A Allen
    Minnie M & Charles F Whittle.
  115. 1910 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 71A. George W, Juluia R, Andrew G, & M???? Allen.
  116. 1880 Census, Prairie, Arkansas, Arkansas, pg 31A. E & NA Waggoner
    James & Ida Allen.
  117. Minnesota Cemetery Inscription Index.
  118. Minnesota Death Index, 1908 - 2002.
  119. 1930 Census, Kalmar, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 52B. John S, Anna B, John S Jr, William W, Charles S (uncle), & Mary E (aunt) Allen.
  120. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. John & Elizabeth Allen
    Sarah & Joseph Ferguson
    Lucinda Allen.
  121. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 32B. John W, Elizabeth, Lousindia C, & Samuel B Allen
    Joseph T Ferguson (stepson).
  122. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 264A. Lucinda & Marguerite Gunn
    Elizabeth (mom) & Samuel (bro) Allen.
  123. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 278B. Joe & Laura Ferguson
    Lizzie Allen (mom).
  124. SSDI, 490-30-8234.
  125. SSDI, 497-07-1313.
  126. Obituary, The Kansas City Star - September 29, 1992. OSAGE BEACH - Lewis T. Allen, 77, Eldon, Mo., died Sept. 27, 1992, at a hospital in Osage Beach. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Griswold-KaysChapel, Eldon; burial in Riley Lamm Cemetery, Eldon. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to Lake Ozark General Hospital in Osage Beach. Mr. Allen was a lifelong Miller County, Mo., resident. He was a school bus driver for the Osage School District for 31 years before he retired. He was amember of the Church of God Holiness in Eldon. Survivors include his wife, Judy Allen of the home; two daughters, Mary Lou Carlock and Judy Rush of Eldon; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
    .
  127. SSDI, 498-14-2943.
  128. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, Sunday, July 7, 1991. Maude M. Allen, 87, Eldon, died Friday at her home. She was born Feb. 1, 1904, in Bagnell, a daughter of Joe B. and Rena Hicks Cotten. She was married Oct. 23, 1920, in Tuscumbia, to Logan T. Allen, who survives at the home.

    She was a lifelong resident of Miller County and licensed minister in the Assemblies of God Church. She was a housewife.

    Other survivors include: one son, Vancil L. Allen, Eldon; one daughter, Avonelle Snelson, Lenexa, Kan.; two sisters, Hazel Herbert and Alta Platter, both of Eldon; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at First Assembly of God Church, Eldon. The Rev. Nelson Sachs will officiate. Burial will be in the Tolwood Cemetery, Eldon. Visitation will be from noon-8 p.m. today at Griswold-Kays Chapel, Eldon.

  129. Obituary, The Kansas City Star - Monday, July 8, 1991 . Maude M. Allen, 87, Eldon, Mo., formerly of this area, died July 5, 1991, at the home. She was born in Bagnell, Mo., and lived in Eldon before moving to Kansas City in the 1940s.

    She returned to Eldon two years later. Mrs. Allen was a member of the Eldon Assembly of God Church. Survivors include her husband, the Rev. Logan T. Allen of the home; a son, Vacil Allen, Eldon; a daughter, Avonelle Snelson, Lenexa; two sisters, Hazel Herbert and Alta Platter of Eldon; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the church; burial in Tol Wood Cemetery, Eldon.

  130. SSDI, 487-28-2442.
  131. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune (MO) - Sunday, April 4, 2004. Ruth I. Allen, age 89, of Eldon, died April 2, 2004, at Eldon Healthcare.

    She was born in Eldon on March 2, 1915, a daughter of Walter and Rachel (McQuillen) Hall. On July 15, 1932, in Miller County, she was married to Ray Allen, who preceded her in death on April 9, 1977.

    She was a homemaker and a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Eldon.

    Survivors include: one son and daughter-in-law, Bernard and Lois Allen of Eldon; two sisters, Katie Cain and Ina Faye Madole both of Eldon; one brother, Bill Hall of St. Louis' three grandchildren,Connie Deister, Sandra Quick and Gregory Allen; and eight great-grandchildren.

    Ruth was looking forward to the arrival of her great great-grandson in June.

    Two brothers, Jim and Harry Hall, preceded her in death.

    Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 5, at Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon. The Rev. James Hedrick and the Rev. Roger Perkin will officiate.

    Interment will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens near Barnett.

    Visitation will be from 4-6 p.m. on Sunday at the funeral home.

  132. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, December 7, 2001. Nelda Marie Allen, 73, Eldon, died Dec. 5, 2001, in Osage Beach. She was born Jan. 27, 1918, in Bagnell, a daughter of Everett and Martha Connor Cotton. She was married Aug. 10, 1935, in Tuscumbia, to Raymond Allen, who survives at the home. She was a homemaker and a member of First Assembly of God Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include: three sons, Garrel Allen, Eldon, Clayton Allen, Holts Summit, and Charles Allen, High Point; one daughter, Christy Flaugher, Fulton; one brother Curtis Cotton, Eldon; one sister, Audra Watt, state of Georgia; 13 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. One granddaughter preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at First Assembly of God Church. The Rev. James Hedrick will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Barnett. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Memorials are suggested to First Assembly of God Church.

  133. Oregon Death Index, 1903 - 1998.
  134. SSDI, 500-16-8257.
  135. 1900 Census, Township of High Forest,Olmsted,Minnesota, pg 58B. John, Eunice, & Andrew Althouse, Anna Wallace.
  136. 1860 Census, Rockdell,Olmsted,Minnesota, pg 49. Wm W & Polly Wattles, John & Unice Athomes, Wm W Russell, Tracy Cornstach, & Andrew Althou.
  137. 1870 Census, Rockdell Township,Olmsted,Minnesota,pg 0666. John, Eunis, & Andrew Athouse, Frank Cornish, Claroh Wattles, Mary Cornish.
  138. Illinois Marriage Index 1763-1900, Illinois Regional Archives Database http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/GenealogyMWeb/marrsrch.html.
  139. Olmsted County Genealogical Society Cemetery Committee, Cemetery Inscriptions Olmsted Co. MN Vol III.
  140. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite - July 29, 2004 . Bessie Q. Taylor Henderson

    Services for Bessie Q. Taylor Henderson, 90, will be at 10 a.m. Friday, July 30, 2004, at Craddock Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Dan Patman officiating. Interment will be at Hillcrest Memorial Park.

    Born Sept. 18, 1913, in Mulkey, Okla., to the late Andrew "Jack" Taylor and Hester Geurin, she died July 27, 2004, at a local health care facility.

    A lifelong resident of this area, Bessie worked in the nursery at First United Methodist Church, where she was a member, for almost 24 years. She worked as a clerk for Steele Drug, and as a waitress in several restaurants in Ardmore. She and John Robert Amerson were married in 1937 in Sulphur. He died on Dec. 17, 1953.

    She and Mike Henderson were married on Dec 7, 1941, in Ardmore. They were the owners of three restaurants. He preceded her in death on Feb. 11, 2000. She was also preceded by a sister, Tincy Gunter; niece, Dorothy Gunter; and nephew, Tommy Gunter.

    Survivors include three daughters, Bobbye Dudley and husband, Harold Wayne, Dickson, Midge Ledbetter and husband, Guy T., and Karen Clendenen and husband, Dennis, all of Ardmore; grandchildren, Laura Dawn Allen, Blaine Dudley, Rachelle Graham, Robyn Sowders, Keith Stewart, Heath Dudley, and Wade Stewart; stepgrandchildren, Eli Moore, Amelia Jade Moore, Ashlyn Dixon, T.J. Allen and Shane Clendenen; great-grandchildren, Brandi Rae, Brady Graham, Tanna Allen, Robert Stanley, Britt Jones, Hunter Sowders, Evan Stewart, Madison Stewart and Piper Dudley; and step-great-grandchild, Riley Clendenen.

    Bearers will be Blaine Dudley, Heath Dudley, Keith Stewart, Wade Stewart, Donnie Sowders and Freddie Allen. Honorary bearers will be the nursing staff at Southbrook Nursing Home.

    The family will greet friends from 7 to 8 tonight at the funeral home.

    Condolences can be sent online at www.craddockfuneralhome.com.

  141. 1900 Census, Bangor, Walworth, South Dakota, pg 280B. Berton A, Maggie R, & Georgiana Amy.
  142. 1920 Census, The Dalles, Wasco, Oregon, pg 263A. Burton A, Margaret, & Winafred Amy.
  143. 1930 Census, Pendleton, Umatilla, Oregon, pg 182B. Burton A & Margart A Amy.
  144. South Dakota Birth Index.
  145. SSDI, 535-38-8844.
  146. SSDI, 503-09-5000.
  147. 1920 Census, Watertown Ward 2, Codington, South Dakota, pg 118B. OH, Hanna A, George S, & Mathilda Amy.
  148. 1930 Census, Watertown, Codington, South Dakota, pg 149A. George, Tillie, Elmer, Glenn, Merril, & Gladys Amy.
  149. 1870 Census, Cannon, Rice, Minnesota, pg 259. Chester, Susan, & Nancy Amy
    Elroy, Oren, Emma, Calvin & Allen Amy.
  150. 1880 Census, Warsaw, Rice, Minnesota, pg 350B. Orin H, Metta N, Bertie A, Charles P, Gracie E, & Lottie A Amy.
  151. 1900 Census, Watertown, Codington, South Dakota, pg 255A. Orin H, Hannah A, Daisy A, & George S Amy.
  152. 1910 Census, 2-Wd Watertown, Codington, South Dakota, pg 219A. Oren H, Hannah R, George S, & Daisy A Amy.
  153. South Dakota Death Index, 1905 - 1955.
  154. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme Twp, Howard, Missouri, pg 239. James & Frances Ancel.
  155. 1850 Census, , Howard, Missouri, pg 141. James, Frances, & Elijah Ancill.
  156. 1860 Census, Bonefemme, Howard, Missouri, pg 383. James, Frances & Elijah Ancell.
  157. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme Twp, Howard, Missouri, pg 239. Elijah, Sarah F., Mary Alice, Lucy S., Jas. T., & Saml. M. Ancel.
  158. 1860 Census, Bonefemme, Howard, Missouri, pg 383. Elijah, Sarah F, Alice, Lucy, & James Ancell.
  159. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 8. Elijah, Lucinda, Elijah C, Sarah E, & Addie M Ancell.
  160. 1920 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 141b. Lucinda, Elijah, Addie M, & Annie L(gdau) Ancell.
  161. 1880 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 211B. Elijah, Lucinda, & Samuel L Ancell.
  162. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Howard, Missouri.
  163. 1930 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 157A. Elijah Ancil.
  164. 1920 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 141b. James T, Ella, Clara B, Otis S, Marry D Ancell.
  165. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Misosuri, pg 9. Jas T, Ella, Ernest R, Rosa M, Cora Lee, Clara B & Otis S Ancell.
  166. 1900 Census, Centralia, Boone, Missouri, pg 119A. Samuel M, Emma C, Elsie C, Evart G, & Ezra C Ancell.
  167. 1920 Census, Rocky Fork, Boone, Missouri, pg 29A. Samuel M, Emily C, & John W Ancell.
  168. 1910 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 17A. Samuel M, Ema C, Everet O, Chester C, & John L Ancell
    Nancy (cousin) & William (son) Barnes.
  169. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 7B. Elisha B, Nannie H, & Leonard Ancell
    Margaret B Alexander (mominlaw).
  170. 1880 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 211A. Elisha B, Martha E, Laura Bell, Mary Margurit, Nancy E, & Hattie Ancell.
  171. 1930 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 157A. Lee Lynch
    Nanie E Ancil (sinlaw).
  172. World War I Draft Registration Cards, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri.
  173. Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather, Cemetery Inscriptions of Randolph County, Missouri.
  174. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Henry, Missouri.
  175. 1860 Census, Bonefemme, Howard, Missouri, pg 383. R.G. Ancell, Jane S??nng, & Isabella Ancell.
  176. 1880 Census, Fayette, Howard, Missouri, pg 254A. Robert G Ancell
    Nancy F (sisnlaw) & Martha T (niece) Marshall.
  177. 1850 Census, 90th Dist, Saline, Missouri, pg 68. James E, Lucinda, William H, Sally H & Catherine Ancell, Sarah & Carter L Sutherland, & Elisha Ancell & Nathaniel Bridgewater.
  178. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 239. Thomas, Mary A.E., Rebecca C., Elisha B., Martha E., & Laura B. Ancel.
  179. 1860 Census, Bonefemme, Howard, Missouri, pg 383. Thomas, Elizabeth, Rebecca, & Elisha B Ancell.
  180. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 8. Thomas Ancell, & Thomas C, Evelyn, James S, & Willard P Hargis.
  181. 1850 Census, , Howard, Missouri, pg 141. Jno T, Elizabeth, Rebbeca, & E Ancell & Elias R McCrary & Ellnor Thompson.
  182. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Boone, Missouri.
  183. 1930 Census, Centralia, Boone, Missouri, pg 2A. Chester E, Josie E, Cleo F, & Richard L Ancil.
  184. 1910 Census, Falls, Hood River, Oregon, pg 264A. William H & Frances E Anders.
  185. 1920 Census, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, pg 51B. William H, Frances EE, & Willard R Andrus
    Theodore L Elam (broinlaw).
  186. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Wallowa, Oregon.
  187. 1930 Census, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, pg 62A. William H & Elsie M Anders.
  188. SSDI, 540-05-0009.
  189. 1900 Census, Madison, Madison, Nebraska, pg 121A. Benj F, Elen E, J??? M, & ??? L Anderson.
  190. 1910 Census, Columbia Pct, Chelan, Washington, pg. BF, EG, T, & J Anderson.
  191. 1920 Census, District 93, Seattle, King, Washington, pg 25B. Benjamin F, Ellen C, & Grarhworl M Anderson
    Ellen B Worley (gdau).
  192. 1930 Census, Lake, King, Washington, pg 235A. Ben F & Ellen E Anderson.
  193. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Chelan, Washington.
  194. 1920 Census, Seattle, King, Washington, pg 168B. Vernon L, Vida B, & Cassie V Anderson.
  195. 1930 Census, Seattle, King, Washington, pg 112A. Vernon, Vida, & Cassie, Anderson.
  196. 1920 Census, Civil District 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 230B. Pleasant S, Susan E, Nora E, & Elma G Atchley
    Bessie L (dau) & Samuel A (gson) Anderson.
  197. 1930 Census, District 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 119B. Bessie, Arthur S, & Hooper L Anderson.
  198. 1930 Census, District 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 119B. James B & James H Anderson.
  199. 1900 Census, Herman, Washington, Nebraska, pg 291B. Robt, Mary, Samuel L, & Robert B Anderson.
  200. familysearchlabs.org.
  201. 1860 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 471. Nancy Anderson
    CS & LZ Sappington.
  202. 1870 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 38A. C Charles, Linton C, Mary E, & Harry E Sappington
    NS Anderson
    JB Clark.
  203. 1860 Census, Knoxville, Marion, Iowa, pg 752. Saml, Nancy, Robt & Mary E Anderson.
  204. 1870 Census, Knoxville, Marion, Iowa, pg 99A. SS, NB, Robt, Eliz, SA, John W, & Benj Anderson.
  205. 1880 Census, Plattsmouth, Cass, Nebraska, pg 149C. SL, Nancy, Robert, Alice, John, & Benjamin Anderson.
  206. 1900 Census, Tekamah, Burt, Nebraska, pg 14A. Samuel Anderson.
  207. 1910 Census, 2-Wd Ashland, Saunders, Nebraska, pg 1A. Samuel L Anderson.
  208. 1885 Nebraska Census, East-Valley Precinct,Red Willow,Nebraska. SL, NJ & B Anderson.
  209. 1885 Nebraska Census, Ashland,Saunders,Nebraska. John Anderson.
  210. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Union, Louisiana.
  211. SSDI, 437-78-3896.
  212. 1910 Census, 1-Wd Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 180B. JP, Susan, & Thomas Jones
    Gertrude Anderson (stepdau)
    John W Groves
    Mary & Jennie Anderson.
  213. 1900 Census, Mascoutah, St Clair, Illinois, pg 91A. JH, Gertrude, John, Myrtle, Beatrix, Mary & Jennie Anderson.
  214. Illinois Death Index http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/GenealogyMWeb/idphdeathsrch.html.
  215. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri pg 20A. James T, Dora, & James M Andrew.
  216. 1910 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 69A. James, Dora, Orville, & Eula Andrew.
  217. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Atchinson, Missouri.
  218. SSDI, 487-18-4631.
  219. 1920 Census, Wichita Ward 2, Sedgwick, Kansas, pg 7A. Carrie, George L, Violet, Roy E (son), Verona (dauinlaw), Aileen (gdau), & Lorene (gdau)Angle.
  220. SSDI, 489-34-1889.
  221. Obituary, Southeast Missourian - August 4, 1972. Mrs. Osa Angle

    Mrs. Osa Nettie Angle, 73 years old, mother of Mrs. Glenn A. Kuehle and sister of Mrs. Sylvia Hans, both of Cape Girardeau, died Friday in Coos Bay, Ore., where she made her home.

    A former resident of southeast Missouri, Mrs. Angle was born April 29, 1899, in the Tillman community near Advance.

    Her husband, Roy Angle, died April 5, 1961.

    The body will be brought to the Ford and Sons Funeral Home here where friends may call after 3 Monday afternoon. Services will be conducted at the funeral home at 2 Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. Don Hartman of Gilman, Ill. Burial will be in Lorimier Cemetery.

    Mrs. Angle resided in Coos Bay 14 years, moving there from St. Louis, She was a member of the Coos Bay Presbyterian Church, the Eagles Club, Moose Lodge and Rebekah Lodge, all of Coos Bay.

    Survivors include two more daughters, Mrs. Joseph Hayden, Perryville, and Mrs. Donald McDonald, Coos Bay; two other sisters, Mrs. Steve Reible, Jennings, and Mrs. Ernest Mann, Cherokee Village, Ark.; 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

  222. Obituary, The Eldon, Advertiser. Bert J. Apperson, 88, of Rte. 1, Russellville died Sunday, Aug. 30, 1987 at Russellville. He was born June 4, 1899 in Miller County to John and Lou Brown Apperson. On Sept. 27, 1937 he was married in Versailles to Margie Davenport, who survives him.

    Mr. Apperson was a lifetime Eldon area resident. He was employed with the Rock Island Railroad as a section crew member for many years. He also was employed with Kraft Foods in Eldon and with the Eldon School District, serving as a bus driver and custodian until his retirement.

    Other survivors include two daughters, Ruth Madalon of St. Louis and Donna
    Alieksaites of Russellville; two sons, Jack Apperson of Russellville and Ralph Apperson of Eldon; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon with the Rev. Ed Teal officiating. Burial was in Greenmore Memorial Park in Barnett.

  223. Obituary, Miller Co Autogram - September 18, 1930. Mrs. Martha Jane Ewing died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Katie
    Parker, in Eldon, Mo., August 19, 1930, of heart failure.

    Martha Jane Vaughan was born in Camden county, Missouri September
    13, 1855 being at the time of her death 74 years, 11 months, and 7 days
    old.

    She was the oldest of seven children of John and Louisa Vaughan.
    Two brothers and one sister having preceded her in death. She is survived by two sisters---Mrs. Sarah Wyrick, Venice, California, and Mrs. Mary Burr 825 Miami Ave., Kansas City, Kansas, one brother D. B. Vaughan of Homestead, Idaho.

    She moved with her parents to California, Mo in 1876. She was first
    married to Mansfield Apperson, March 25, 1877. To this union four girls were born------ Mrs. J A Stark near Tuscumbia, Mrs. J A Heldstab, 815 Shawnee Ave. Kansas City, Kansas, Mrs. Katie Parker, Eldon, Mo; Emma Apperson who died at four years of age. Her husband died July 17, 1885.

    March 18, 1893, she married Aaron Ewing. To this union two children
    were born---Mrs. J A Kinworthy, Guthrie, Okla., and B. R. Ewing, Centralia, Illinois.

    She united with the Baptist church at Eldon, Mo., in 1911, and was
    faithful to the end and remarked onl a few days before the end; "I went as long as I was able; always enjoyed hearing the word of God." She was
    never satisfied to sit idle, always willing to labor for the support of her
    children.

    Funeral services were at Eldon Baptist church Friday afternoon, August 22, conducted by Bro. Roper. Burial was in Eldon cemetery, near her oldest grandson, Curtis Stark.

    Sleep on, dear mother, take your rest, So lonesome without you, But God's will is best----Sadly missed by daughters and Son.

  224. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Ada A Stark.
  225. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - November 19, 1969. Mrs. Apperson, of Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Ato Apperson, 93, of Eldon, died Monday at Eldon.

    Mrs. Apperson was born March 10, 1876, in Miller County, the daughter of Joseph and Nancy Dobson Vaughn. She was married to Robert E. Brown, who died Nov. 13, 1922. She later married Samuel Apperson, who died Feb. 8, 1936.

    Survivors include: Three sons, Claude Brown, Eldon, Harvey Brown and Harold Brown, both of Kansas City, Kan.; two daughters, Mrs. Grace Johnson, Eldon, and Mrs. Bertha Layton, Kansas City, Kan.; one brother, Clyde Vaughn, Eldon; two sisters, Mrs. Estie Armstrong, Lees Summit, and Mrs. Alice Robinson, Houston, Tex.; and 27 grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, at the Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Rev. James Ryan will officiate. Burial will be in the Tollwoods Cemetery near Eldon.

  226. World War I Draft Registration Cards, St Louis, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri.
  227. 1870 Census, District 5, Henry, Tennessee, pg 258A. D.B., A.J., A.E., P.E., & J.S. Archer.
  228. 1900 Census, Garden, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 66B. James T. & Sarah J Archer
    Bertha M Kessel (gdau)
    George Cunningham (binlaw)
    Davis S (sinlaw), Lena E, & Alie Eva Sweeten
    Della Bendrom (adopted d).
  229. 1885 Census, Garden, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 16. JS, SJ, Mary J, SB, NJ, Laurel, & SE Archer
    GW Cunningham.
  230. 1905 Census, Galena, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 31. SB, Missouri, Hazel V, & Geo O Archer.
  231. 1850 Census, District 3, Henry, Tennessee, pg 259B. Stephenson, Mary, Eliz, Thos, Elleanor, William, Martha, Samuel, Daniel, John, Marion, & Joseph Archer & Elizabeth Poyner.
  232. 1860 Census, District 3, Henry, Tennessee, pg 349B. S, Mary, William H, Martha I, John M, & Maria ? Archer.
  233. 1880 Census, District 3, Henry, Tennessee, pg 56B. William A, Mary E, Leslie W, & Anne B Archer.
  234. 1930 Census, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, pg 241A. Edward F, Vera S, Claud A, & Eugene F Armour.
  235. 1920 Census, Memphis Ward 25, Shelby, Tennessee, pg 156B. Edward F, Villa M, & Claud A Armour.
  236. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee.
  237. SSDI, 409-54-8108.
  238. Obituary, Daytona Beach News-Journal (FL) - Tuesday, May 28, 2002 . DELTONA -- Eugene F. Armour, 77, of Feather Drive, a retired superintendent of Seventh-day Adventist schools who was an elder of Deltona Seventh-day Adventist Church, died Monday at Alliance Center for Health Care, DeLand.

    Mr. Armour, an Army veteran of World War II who served as a medic and an X-ray technician, was born in Memphis, Tenn. He came here in 1986 from South Lancaster, Mass. He graduated in 1948 from Union College, Lincoln, Neb.

    Survivors include his wife of 29 years, Marie; two daughters, Karen Armour, Orange City, and Linda Johnson, Sanford; a stepdaughter, Phyllis Lunsford, Sarasota; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to Deltona Adventist School, 1725 Catalina Blvd., Deltona, FL 32738. Alavon Direct Cremation, South Daytona, is in charge.
    .

  239. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 35A. James L, Elezabeth, Mary, Henry W, Sterling, George W, Henry T, Anna M, & Babe Arnold.
  240. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 30B. James L, Elizebeth, Sterling H, George W, Anna M, Tolbert H, Basel, & Minnie A Arnold.
  241. Kentucky Birth Index, 1911 - 1999.
  242. SSDI, 223-42-2721.
  243. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 35B. Albert, Lizzie, Willie & George M Arnold.
  244. 1920 Census, Pleasant View, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 214A. Albert, Lizzie, Willie, George, Arthur, & Lucille Arnold.
  245. 1910 Census, Norman Ward 1, Cleveland, Oklahoma, pg 263A. Mary E, Willie R, & Blanch A Arnold
    .
  246. 1900 Census, District 135, Township 3, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 211A. Charley ?, Mallie E, Fannie P, & Willie M Arnold.
  247. SSDI, 557-09-5948.
  248. 1920 Census, Perry, Noble, Oklahoma, pg 241A. John & Frances I Hotz
    Blanche A Arnold (niece).
  249. 1910 Census, White, Benton, Missouri, pg 110B. Charles A, Sue E, Nettie O, Jerrie R, & Sarah H Arnold.
  250. 1900 Census, Lindsey, Benton, Missouri, pg 77A. Chas A, Sue E, & Nettie O Arnold
    Fannie Houser (sisnlaw).
  251. 1920 Census, Richland, Barton, Missouri, pg 257B. Charley A, Sue E, Nettie O, Jerry R, & Sarah H Arnold.
  252. 1910 Census, Newbern, Dyer, Tennessee, pg 10B. Elvira Arnold
    Thomas A & Ella (dau) Jones.
  253. 1900 Census, Newbern, Dyer, Tennessee, pg 139A. Myra, Ellen, John G, & Olliver Arnold.
  254. Quintard Glass, Cemetery Inscriptions of Dyer County, Tennessee.
  255. Quintard Glass, Cemetery Inscriptions of Dyer County, Tennessee. Headstone (1881-19**).
  256. 1900 Census, St Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 174A. Samuel L, Ellen N, Mary E, Emmett F, Herbert J, & Frederick M Asbury.
  257. 1910 Census, St Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 266B. Samuel L, Ellen N, Emmet F, Herbert J, & Frederic M Asbury.
  258. 1870 Census, Marion, St Francois, Missouri, pg 666A. SL, Julia M, Anna E, William G, & Julia L Asbury.
  259. 1860 Census, Northern Division, Tippah, Mississippi, pg 515. Wm, Susan S, JD, Sommerfield, SM, Saml, Sarah E, & Annie E Asbury.
  260. 1880 Census, Marion, Saint Francois, Missouri, pg. SL, Ellen, Susan (mom), Lafavie, Susan, Sallie, & Maud Asbury.
  261. 1880 Census, Marion, Saint Francois, Missouri, pg 438C. Frank, Terresa, Francis X, & Annie E (dauinlaw) AuBuchon
    Mary Brook (gdau)
    Bettie Bedick (servant).
  262. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Bonneville, Idaho.
  263. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Manhattan, New York, New York.
  264. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee.
  265. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 127A. James A, Hattie, Vesta, Dortha, & Margret Atchley.
  266. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 96A. J Arthur, Hattie L, Dorothy B, & J Arthur Jr Atchley.
  267. 1880 Census, Dutch Bottom, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 410B. Samuel, Susan E, & Makey Q Atchley.
  268. 1900 Census, Knoxville Ward 1, Knox, Tennessee, pg 7B. Pleas S, Susan E, Nora, Arthur, Hooper, Bessie, & Elma G Atchley.
  269. 1910 Census, Civil District 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 135A. Pleas S, Susan E, Nora E, Bessie L, & Elma G Atchley.
  270. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Knox, Tennessee.
  271. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Boone, Missouri. Leman Elmore Atherton.
  272. SSDI, 496-42-3524.
  273. 1930 Census, Milan, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 123A. Leman & Gladys Atherton.
  274. 1930 Census, Centerville, Appanoose, Iowa, pg 121B. L Elmer & Addie Atherton.
  275. 1920 Census, Centerville Ward 3, Appanoose, Iowa, pg 115B. Lemon E & Izabell Atherton
    Mary Rumbaugh (servant).
  276. 1900 Census, Hannibal Ward 3, Marion, Missouri, pg 118B. Elmer L & Isabella Atherton.
  277. 1885 Census, Cincinnati, Appanose, Iowa, pg 398. Lemon E & Isabella Atherton
    Anna Goune.
  278. 1905 Census, Centerville, Appanoose, Iowa. LE & Isabel Atherton.
  279. 1900 Census, Madison, Lee, Iowa, pg 220B. Addie & Leman DeCapito.
  280. 1910 Census, Lamar, Prowers, Colorado, pg 17B. Addie & Leman DeCapito
    Earl West (roomer)
    Marion Harrington (roomer).
  281. 1920 Census, Columbia Ward 3, Boone, Missouri, pg 219A. Mrs DeCapito
    Leman Atherton.
  282. 1850 Census, Guilford, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 373A. David, Clarissa, William, Susannah, Lewis, Diadama, & Philander Atkins.
  283. 1860 Census, Forestville, Fillmore, Minnesota, pg 260. David, Clarissa, Wm, Lewis, Diadeema, Philander, Benjamin, & Herry Atkins.
  284. 1870 Census, Victor, Wright, Minnesota, pg 611. David, Clarisy, Benjamin, & Harry Atkins.
  285. 1880 Census, Maine Prairie, Stearns, Minnesota, pg 344A. David W & Harry Atkins.
  286. SSDI, 496-03-9691.
  287. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - February 7, 2000. Helen B. Atkinson, 82, Tuscumbia, died Feb. 5, 2000, at Miller County Care Center, Tuscumbia.

    She was born June 26, 1917, in Olean, a daughter of C.E. and Mettie Hader Serl. She was married May 29, 1937, in Tuscumbia, to Max H. Atkinson, who died July 29, 1990.

    She worked at Glaser Brothers Pant Factory, Eldon. She was a lifelong member of Mount Herman Baptist Church, where she was pianist for more than 50 years. She also was a Sunday School teacher and church clerk. She was a member of Mount Herman Homemakers Club and Heart of America Walking Horse Association.

    Survivors include: one daughter, Carolyn Kempker, Eldon; two sisters, Jessie Haynes, Jefferson City, and Ruby Jobe, Olean; one brother, Charles Serl, Stewartsville; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

    One son, Curtis Atkinson, preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Mount Herman Baptist Church, Olean. The Rev. Jay Quinn will officiate. Burialwill be in Allen Cemetery, Olean.

    Visitation will be from 3:30-7:30 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

    Memorials are suggested to Mount Herman Baptist Church.

  288. SSDI, 499-50-0102.
  289. 1850 Census, , Howard, Missouri, pg 151A. A, Eliza, Wm E, SW, MJ, Amanda, & EA Atterbury.
  290. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 240B. A, Eliza, Zerilda, & Mary B Atterbury
    J Colclesser.
  291. 1880 Census, Moniteau, Randolph, Missouri, pg 152D. Asbery & Eliza Atteberry
    _____ (dau), Oscar, & Estella Swetnam.
  292. 1900 Census, Randolph, St Francois, Missouri, pg 133A. Peter, Mary, & John R Aubuchon.
  293. 1910 Census, Crystal, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 96A. TJ, Mary, Peter, Freddy, Curtis, & Adalph Auberchar.
  294. 1920 Census, Arlington, Phelps, Missouri, pg 3B. Mary, Peater, Fred, Curtis, & Adolph Overshon.
  295. SSDI, 500-07-0659.
  296. SSDI, 486-16-8064.
  297. SSDI, 500-09-9923.
  298. 1900 Census, Civil District 2, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 8A. Benjemine, China, Henry F, Edgar L, Maggie, Lillie B, Rettie E, Dora, Lizzie M, & Bessie M Ausmus
    James M & William Ausmus.
  299. 1900 Census, Civil District 2, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 11A. John, Martha, Horrison S, Johnnie L, Arthur, & Hallie Ausmus
    Manerva Sparks (boarder).
  300. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Claiborne, Tennessee.
  301. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 25, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 302B. Henry & Eva M Axtell.
  302. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 6, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 97A. Henry Axtell (lodger).
  303. 1920 Census, St Louis Ward 17, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 73A. Henry Axtell (lodger).
  304. 1880 Census, Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 185B. Charles R, Susan A, Thomas F, Annie E, & Henry Axtell.
  305. 1870 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 23B. Blakety J, Chs R, Susan A, Thomas R, Anna E, Henry, Ella, Susan E, William, Thomas, Lillie, & Alice B Axtell
    Elija A Houser.
  306. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 24, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 270A. Gustav W, Annie E, Alfred H, & Russell A Couzelman
    Susan A Axtell (mom).
  307. St. Louis City Death Records, 1850-1908.
  308. 1930 Census, District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 138B. James & Elizabeth Ayles
    Nettie (dau) & Rley (gson) Lester
    William Pratt (gson)
    Mollie Standefer (mominlaw).
  309. SSDI, 500-01-5821.
  310. 1860 Census, York, Union, Ohio, pg 189A. Geo, Louis, Sarah L, Alice, Louis, Unocupied, & Cynthia Babcock.
  311. 1870 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 299A. GW, Levisa P, Joseph N, Allice, Louis U, George E, & Albertus G Babcoke.
  312. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 198A. JN, MJ, MB, IE, & AL Babcoke.
  313. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33B. Martha, Mary B, Ida E, Charles, Oliver, Benjamin H, Grace, & Joseph L Babcoke.
  314. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missour, pg 27A. Joseph N, Alice D, Alice J, Nellie O, & Ruby R Babcoke.
  315. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27A. Martha C, Charles T, Oliver L, Harry B, & Joseph L Babcoke
    Samuel D Bliss (dad).
  316. Ohio Deaths, 1908 - 1953 familysearchlabs.org.
  317. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , San Bernardino, California.
  318. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 708-09-6900.
  319. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 700-12-2724.
  320. SSDI, 257-03-0642.
  321. California Marriage Index, 1960-1985.
  322. 1930 Census, District 17, Centralia, Lewis, Washington, pg 97A. Doris E Thomas (roomer).
  323. Obituary, Vallejo Times-Herald - January 24, 1962. Death Claims Mrs. Conklin

    Mrs. Doris E. Conklin, 51, 135 Renida Ave., died yesterday in a local hospital after an extended illness.

    A native of Washington, Mrs. Conklin had been a resident of Vallejo for the past 30 years.

    Surviving are three sons, Donald L. and Philip Davis of Vallejo and Richard E. Davis of Napa; three daughters, Joyce Davis of So Lake Tahoe and Rosella Greene and Olivetta Conklin of Vallejo; two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Jung of Tacoma, Wash. and Mrs. Joyce Reeses of Yelm, Wash., and three grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Wiggins Funeral Home with Bishop Gerald C. Sorensen of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints officiating. Interment will be in Abbey Memorial Gardens.

    Friends may call after noon today at the funeral home.

  324. Marriage Certificate, License No 41473.
  325. Marriage Certificate, Pierce County License No 48161.
  326. 1910 Census, Hapeville, Fulton, Georgia, pg 185A. John T, Sarah E, Belmer Q, John A, & George T Bachelor.
  327. 1900 Census, East Point, Fulton, Georgia, pg 205B. John T, Elizabeth, Velma T, & John A Bachelor
    John Smith (servant).
  328. Georgia Death Index, 1919 - 1998, J.T. Batchelor.
  329. Georgia Death Index, 1919 - 1998.
  330. Georgia Death Index, 1919 - 1998, Velma B Grey.
  331. 1920 Census, Atlanta Ward 5, Fulton, Georgia, pg 94B. Lee D & Parilee Hamilton
    Clara & John (son-in-law) Batchelor.
  332. SSDI, 573-16-2719.
  333. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Sonoma, California.
  334. SSDI, 526-31-6103.
  335. 1920 Census, Hennessey, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, pg 103B. Edward H, Lula, Delmar H, Norma D, Inez R, & Dillard C Bailey.
  336. 1930 Census, Harrisburg, Boone, Missouri, pg 246B. Edd N, Madie P, Delmar H, Norma D, Mildred E, Ruth I, Velva A, Dillard C, Leonard E, & Raymond J Bailey.
  337. SSDI, 486-14-0101.
  338. SSDI, 498-14-0244.
  339. Perche Church Cemetery.
  340. SSDI, 702-18-8597.
  341. SSDI, 490-18-7796.
  342. SSDI, 496-18-3597.
  343. SSDI, 499-24-7789.
  344. 1900 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 102B. Isaiah R, Susan S, Mack C, Henry C, Joseph, David F, Julia T, Martha E, & Lauretta Balie
    Robert Bailey.
  345. 1880 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 215A. Rufus, Susan S, Mack, Sarah E, Robert E, Henry C, & Joseph Bailey.
  346. 1870 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 270A. Isaiah R, Susan S, & Jas H Bailey.
  347. 1920 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 158B. Mack, Glale, Julius, & Glenn Bailey
    Charley Ketwell (fathinlaw).
  348. 1930 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 132A. Mack Bailey.
  349. SSDI, 500-54-4476.
  350. 1910 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 135B. Mac, Maggie, & Gail (stepson) Bailey.
  351. 1910 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 136A. Joseph B, Safanara, Annie M, & Eunice Bailey.
  352. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Monday, February 17, 1992. Effie Lorene Strange Bailey, 81, Eldon, died Saturday at Osage Beach Healthcare Center. She was born Aug. 14, 1910, in Miller County, a daughter of Jessie E. and Mary Jane Wallace Strange. She was married Nov. 18, 1933, in Boonville, to Julius R. Bailey, who died Sept. 10, 1979.

    She was a homemaker, a Miller County resident most of her life and a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: two sons, Bennie Bailey, Raytown, and Larry G. Bailey, Lake Ozark; one daughter, Maggie P. Finlay, Tucson, Ariz.; four brothers, Leonard Strange and Clifford Strange, both of Eldon, Reuben Strnage, Lindsborg, Kan., Harley Strange, Colorado Springs, Colo.; one sister Nellie Reichel, Bunceton; 12 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Herbert Tennison.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. John C.
    Farris will officiate. Burial will be in Tuscumbia Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. today.

  353. 1930 Census, BonneFemme, Howard, Missouri, pg 157A. Minter H, Annie, & Ava B (niece) Bailey.
  354. SSDI, 495-40-4308.
  355. 1920 Census, BonneFemme, Howard, Missouri, pg 139A. Minter H & Anna R Bailey & Thomas A Batton & Georgia E Medley (niece).
  356. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 5B. T.S., Robert, Minter H, Mary Clare, & Nancy Susan Bailey.
  357. SSDI, 499-40-3630.
  358. 1930 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 216. Robt, Cora B, Eugene, Clifton, Junior, Velva, Dixie, Pauline, & Lora M Bailey & Christine Rhodes (minlaw).
  359. 1910 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 24A. Robert, Cora & Lilly Bailey, Christina Rhodes, Anna (sinlaw) & Thomas (neph) Batten.
  360. 1920 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 22A. Robert, Dora B, Lillie C, Thomas E, Dessie E, John C & Robert Jr Bailey & Christina Rhodes.
  361. SSDI, 499-30-6289.
  362. SSDI, 486-22-9042.
  363. SSDI, 429-20-8854.
  364. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Anoka, Minnesota.
  365. 1930 Census, Bethel, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 3A. Eugene M & Alice M Baker.
  366. 1920 Census, Bethel, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 61B. Lesley & Iris E Baker.
  367. 1900 Census, Linwood, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 197A. John M, Lizzie K, James L & Eugene Baker.
  368. 1910 Census, Bethel Twp, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 205B. John, Lizzie C, Eugen M, Lesley J, Edna E, & Erma A Baker.
  369. 1920 Census, Bethel, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 61B. John M, Elizabeth K, & Irma A Baker.
  370. 1930 Census, Bethel, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 3B. John M & Lizzie C Baker.
  371. 1900 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 126A. Daniel R, Mary L, Lucy E, Walter L, Maria M, Elmer L, Daniel O, & Mary B Brock
    Nannie A (dau) & Ethel (gdau) Baker.
  372. London Area Cemeteries Laurel County Historical Society.
  373. Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Ancestry.com.
  374. 1850 Census, District 82, St Louis, Missouri, pg 495B. Thomas C, Mary E, William A, & Frances R Baker
    Torry Forrison
    Mary F Van Ansdel.
  375. 1860 Census, St Ferdinand, St Louis, Missouri, pg 1104. Thos C, Mary, James, John, Francis, & Julia Baker.
  376. J. Hillyard Leech (K.C.) / Ernest T. Leech (K.C.), The Ten Brothers 1951.
  377. 1850 Census, District 91, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 98A. Elisha, Charity, William L, & James W Baldwin
    Mary Bennett.
  378. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Collin, Texas.
  379. 1910 Census, 6 J-Pct, Collin, Texas, pg 117A. EB & Ina Ball.
  380. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 6, Collin, Texas, pg 198B. Ealy B, Iona, Otha, Urih (dad), Mary (mom) Ball.
  381. 1930 Census, Precinct 6, Collin, Texas, pg 29B. Ealy B, Ina, Otho, & Gladys Ball.
  382. SSDI, 458-12-4655.
  383. SSDI, 454-38-3859.
  384. 1880 Census, District 5, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 516B. Alford & Mahala Ball
    Uriah, Mary, & Ella AMM Ball
    Alford, Mary, Lemuel, Florence, John R, & Littie Ball.
  385. 1900 Census, Cass, Greene, Missouri, pg 40A. UR, Mary J, Minta M & Ealy W Ball.
  386. 1910 Census, 6 J-Pct, Collin, Texas, pg 117A. UR & Mary Ball.
  387. 1930 Census, District 2, Henry, Tennessee, pg 101B. Ike Jessie, Frank & Raymond Ball
    Laura Crowder (minlaw).
  388. Washington Death Index, 1940-1996.
  389. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington.
  390. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 167B. Thomas S, Madge L, Catharine, Simmo, Marie, & Constandino Banakes.
  391. SSDI, 536-18-7323.
  392. Obituary, Evansville Courier, The (IN) - Sunday, June 28, 1998 . CHANDLER, Ind. -- Sam T. Banakes, 74, died Saturday morning at home.

    He retired in 1983 from Alcoa Warrick Operations.

    He was a World War II Army veteran.

    Surviving are his wife of 16 years, Esther; a son, Dean of Albemarle, N.C.; a sister, Marie Minion of Tacoma, Wash.; and nieces and nephews.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Alexander Newburgh Chapel, the Rev. Jim Sauer officiating, with burial in St. John Catholic Church cemetery in Newburgh.

    Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Monday and from 9 a.m. to service time Tuesday at the funeral home.

    Memorial contributions may be made to Deaconess-Ohio Valley Hospice.

  393. SSDI, 462-12-9952.
  394. 1860 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 159. Jas, Sarah, Mary A, Margaret, James, Bell, Henry, & Jno Shumate
    Jas Cower.
  395. SSDI, 500-05-0631.
  396. 1860 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 175. Wm S & Martha Barbee.
  397. 1870 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 482B. William, Martha J, Mary A, William B, & Sarah E Barber.
  398. 1880 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 281A. Wm S, MJ, Sarah, Wm O, MJ, SA, & FL Barbee.
  399. 1900 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 114A. William L & Martha J Barbee.
  400. 1910 Census, Grant, Caldwell, Missouri, pg 65B. William L & Martha J Barbee
    Katie Kirshner.
  401. 1900 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 113B. William O, Lydia A, Robert L, Blanche M, Samuel O, Fred M, Alma, Luella, & George A Barbee.
  402. 1910 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 250A. William O, Lydia A, Robert L, Blanche M, Samuel O, Roe, Alma, & Louella Barbee.
  403. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Ray, Missouri.
  404. 1900 Census, Benton, Crawford, Missouri, pg 5B. Alva J Barnett.
  405. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Crawford, Missouri.
  406. 1910 Census, Cuba Ward 1, Crawford, Missouri, pg 1A. Alva J, Florence G, Mildred E, & William J Barnett
    Lucy Woods (servant).
  407. 1920 Census, Benton, Crawford, Missouri, pg 157A. Alva J, Tlarence, Mildred E, & Willian J Barnett.
  408. 1930 Census, Cuba, Crawford, Missouri, pg 153B. Alva J, Florence G, & W James Barnett.
  409. 1900 Census, ED 132, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg. Minnie, William T, Robert, Gracie, Jerusha, Bluford, Joseph, & Franklin Barnett
    Anna Jones
    Joseph Burnett.
  410. 1880 Census, Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 620A. Martin, Laura, Olla, Alva, & Edith Barnett.
  411. 1900 Census, Benton, Crawford, Missouri, pg 16A. Martin, Laura, & Alice V Barnett.
  412. 1910 Census, Cuba Ward 1, Crawford, Missouri, pg 2B. Martin S, Laura, & Allice V Barnett.
  413. SSDI, 500-28-7876.
  414. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Grady, Oklahoma.
  415. 1920 Census, Ninnekah, Grady, Oklahoma, pg 192b. William, Mary A, Emily T, Virgie E, Jim R, & John C Barnett.
  416. 1910 Census, Ninnekah, Grady, Oklahoma, pg 270a. William, Arva, Engie, & Virgil Barnett.
  417. 1920 Census, Ninnekah, Grady, Oklahoma, pg 203b. Robert L, Rosa Ellen, Jerry, Viola May, & Dessie Barnett.
  418. 1910 Census, Clark Twp, Pope, Arkansas, pg 41B. Sam L, Callie & Ethel M Burnett.
  419. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.
  420. 1920 Census, Little Rock Ward 8, Pulaski, Arkansas, pg 128A. Sam L, Callie, Ethel May, Joe, Ulma, Antha, & Nellie Barnett.
  421. 1930 Census, Hill, Pulaski, Arkansas, pg 3A. Callie & Cleophas (nephew) Barnett.
  422. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Bell, Kentucky.
  423. Kentucky Death Index 1911-2000.
  424. 1920 Census, Chenoa, Bell, Kentucky, pg 209B. CE, Tennie, Lovie, Mossie, Janie, Tomie, Edward, Clara, & George Barnwell.
  425. 1930 Census, Middlesborough, Bell, Kentucky, pg 104A. Charlie, Tennie, Mossie, Tom, Edward, Clarence, George, Dora, Hubert & Ella Barnwell.
  426. SSDI, 401-26-1365.
  427. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News, The (KY) - Thursday, August 28, 2008 . MIDDLESBORO - George Barnwell , 89, passed away Tuesday, August 26, 2008, at the Middlesboro Appalachian Regional Hospital.

    He was born January 17, 1919, in Cumberland Gap, Tenn. He was the son of the late Rev. Charles E. Barnwell and Tinnie O. Wilson Barnwell.

    In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Barbara Ann Barnwell; five sisters and three brothers; grandson, Bobby Ray White; and great-grandson Bobby Ray White Jr.;

    He is survived by his wife Birdie Smith Barnwell; four daughters, Betty Jo Bencsick, Virginia (Ray) Reynolds, Linda (Ronnie) Johnson, and Helen Frye; one sister, Janie White; 11 grandchildren, and 25 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral service will be conducted 8 p.m. Thursday August 28, at Shumate Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. mark Praterand the Rev. Gary Maarble presiding.

    The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, August 28, at Shumate Funeral Home Chapel.

    Graveside service will be held 10 a.m. Friday, August 29, at Green Hills Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be his grandsons.

    Shumate Funeral Home is in charge. Guestbook at www.shumatefuneralhome.com
    .

  428. 1900 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 102B. John, Sarah E, Elsey F, Elvy E, & Ellen (mom) Barr.
  429. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 6A. Anthony B, Nancy E, Jason B, George W, & Norma T Baron.
  430. Obituary, News and Tribune - February 14, 1943. Mrs. A.B. Barron, 74, passed away at her home in Tuscumbia Sunday evening after a lingering illness of paralysis. She was bedfast for 12 years but remained conscious until just a few hours before her death. On April 11, 1892 Nancy Ellander Crisp was married to A.B. Barron of the Flatwoods community, and Mr. and Mrs. Barron have made their home in the Tuscumbia community for the past 30 years. To this union four sons were born, Jason B., George W., and Norman T. of Kansas City and Dorsey O. of Tuscumbia, who with the husband survive, as do 12 grandchildren. She also leaves five sisters, Mrs. Lutheria Walker, Mrs. Belle Smith and Mrs. Zenia Huch of Kansas City, Kansas, Mrs. Victoria Bowlin of Bagnell and Mrs. Rena Nelson of Eldon. The body lay in state at the Phillips Funeral Home until Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 when it was brought to the Tuscumbia Christian church for services conducted by the Rev. W.E. Waddell of Crocker, a family friend. Burial was in the Tuscumbia Cemetery. .
  431. 1870 Census, Austin, Cass, Missouri, pg 492B. George, Georgiana, Deadema, William, Anthony, Elnora, & Kate Barron.
  432. 1880 Census.
  433. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 8B. George, Georgiana, Benjamin, & Robert Barons
    Cora & Edward Birdsong (gkids).
  434. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 10B. Wm A, Mary E, Stella M, Minnie J, Gusta A, & Ettie L Baron
    Charles Burris (servant).
  435. SSDI, 497-54-0655.
  436. Obituary, News and Tribune - June 4, 1967. Services today for Ben Barron

    Funeral services will be held 2:30 p.m. today for Ben Barron, 87, who died Friday at his home in Kaiser.

    The services will be conducted at the Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon by the Rev. George Cox.

    Mr. Barron was born in Tuscumbia on June 3, 1879, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Barron. On March 20, 1901, he married Miss Lillie Jones in Bagnell. Mrs. Barron died Sept. 18, 1964.

    Mr. Barron is survived by several nieces and nephews.

    Burial will be in the Poll (sic) Woods Cemetery near Bagnell.

  437. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - May 7, 1956. Robert R. Barron Dies at Lake Ozark

    LAKE OZARK (Special) -- Robert R. Barron, 74-year-old prominent farmer in the Lake Ozark area, died early Sunday at his home near Lake Ozark. He had been in failing health for the last 2 1/2 years.

    Mr. Barron was born in Miller County, June 27, 1882, the son of George and Ann Riley Barron.

    Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Cora Allison Barron, of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Melvin Kenney, Eldon; one son, Robert S. Barron, Jefferson City; one brother, Benjamin Barron, Kaiser; and three grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, at an Eldon funeral home with the Rev. Nell Terwilliger officiating. Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery.

  438. 1930 Census, Precinct 1, Dawson, Texas, pg 222A. Hugh C & Mary E Barron.
  439. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 8, Red River, Texas, pg 287A. Hugh C, Mary E, Laura M, Maudy E, Hugh F, Lennie J, Thomas, & Nannie R Barron.
  440. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 8, Red River, Texas, pg 298B. HC, Mary, Myrtle, Hugh, James, Thomas, & Nannie Barron.
  441. 1930 Census, Precinct 1, Dawson, Texas, pg 222A. Will J & Ardella V Barron.
  442. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Red River, Texas.
  443. SSDI, 467-74-4840.
  444. 1930 Census, Precinct 1, Dawson, Texas, pg 222A. L???ee J, Lena E, Dorothy M, & Jim R Barron
    Jack T Stegall.
  445. 1880 Census, District 8, Eastland, Texas, pg 313D. Jas M, Cornelia E, Chas H, & Minnie L Barron
    Michael Bridges.
  446. 1850 Census, District 31, Lee, Virginia, pg 331. Joseph & Rebecca Barron.
  447. 1860 Census, Western Dis, Lee, Virginia, pg 795. Joseph, Rebecca, Jas F, Virginia E, Hugh G, Rachael A, & Wm G Barns.
  448. Ada Grace Catron, Tombstone inscriptions of Lee County, Virginia, pg 25. Rebecca, wife of W.J. Standerfer, Sr.
    December 26, 1832
    September 7, 1906. Gives birth & death dates.
  449. Elizabeth M. Carpenter, Lee County, Virginia Marriages, pg 28. Lists his parents as Joseph & Nancy Standerfer. She is listed as Rebecca Barnes (parents: John & Rachel Pennington).
  450. 1870 Census, Township 54 Range 20, Chariton, Missouri, pg 332A. Daniel, Sarah, Jessee, & Taylor Bartlett
    Charles Ashby.
  451. 1900 Census, Nebraska City Ward 3, Otoe, Nebraska, pg 109A. CV Bartlett (boarder).
  452. 1910 Census, Jefferson Ward 1, Cole, Missouri, pg 99A. Caleb Bartlett (State Penitentiary).
  453. 1930 Census, District 118, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, pg 90B. Caleb & Elizabeth Bartlett
    James T Nelson (broinlaw).
  454. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Harrison, Texas.
  455. 1920 Census, Marshall, Harrison, Texas, pg 252B. John H, Minnie, & Carolyn E Bartlett.
  456. 1910 Census, 3-Wd Marshall, Harrison, Texas, pg 199A. John H, Minnie V, & ________ Bartlett.
  457. 1930 Census, Marshall, Harrison, Texas, pg 93A. John H & Minnie R Bartlett.
  458. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Fort Bend, Texas, pg 94B. Harry Bartlet (boarder).
  459. 1880 Census, Precinct 2, Brazoria, Texas, pg 160B. JS, Carrie, & Harry Bartlett.
  460. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Brazoria, Texas, pg 19A. John S, Carrie W, J Harry, & Nina Bartlett.
  461. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Brazoria, Texas, pg 28B. John S, Carrie W, & Nina Bartlett.
  462. 1920 Census, East Columbia, Brazoria, Texas, pg 121B. John S & Carrie Y Bartlett.
  463. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Brazoria, Texas, pg 60B. Carrie Bartlett.
  464. 1880 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 220C. Bentley, Elizabeth A, William A, George W, Cyntha J, Maranada E, Wade N, Susan A, James L, & John B Barton.
  465. 1900 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 116B. William A & Elmer Barton.
  466. SSDI, 501-12-1087.
  467. SSDI, 537-16-7938.
  468. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 237A. Agnes, Elmer, & Harold Bashey.
  469. 1920 Census, Tacoma Ward 2, Pierce, Washington, pg 106A. Agnes, John, Irene, Elmer, Harold, & Elva Bashey.
  470. 1910 Census, 2-Wd Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 235A. Michael, Agnes, John, Irene, Elmer, Harold, & Elva Bashy.
  471. 1900 Census, Tacoma Ward 2, Pierce, Washington, pg. Mike, Agnes, Johnny P, Irene F, & Elmer Bashey.
  472. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 228A. John P Bashey (div).
  473. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Dallas, Texas.
  474. 1930 Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, pg 120A. AB, Virgie, John R, Addie, & Lola Bateman.
  475. SSDI, 702-12-7914.
  476. 1930 Census, South Sugar Creek, Randolph, Missouri, pg 183A. Herbert & Emma Avery
    Thomas Batton (roomer).
  477. 1900 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 125B. Charles, Laura E, Suer M, Walter S, & Joseph F Baugh.
  478. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 33A. Daniel, Marie M, & Mary Bestie Brock
    Laura S (dau), Walter, Frank, Daniel R, Mary K, & Charles K Burgh.
  479. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 131B. Laura, Frank J, Daniel R, Mary K, & Chrley R Bough
    Daniel Brock (dad).
  480. 1930 Census, Pineville, Bell, Kentucky, pg 37A. Frank, Reynoys, Franklin, Mary L, Jeann H, & Laura (mom) Baugh.
  481. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Laurel, Kentucky.
  482. SSDI, 511-05-6143.
  483. SSDI, 402-62-6224.
  484. 1900 Census, Boon, Warrick, Indiana, pg 151B. WTS & Manervy E Baum
    Dany D Smith (stepdau).
  485. Indiana Birth Index, 1880 - 1920.
  486. SSDI, 348-01-5816.
  487. 1850 Census, District 82, St Louis, Missouri, pg 1052. John, Nancy, Hartley T, & Marning Baxter.
  488. 1860 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 534. John, Zeralda, Hartley S, & Mourning Baxter.
  489. 1870 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 55B. John & Celreda Baxter.
  490. 1880 Census, Bonhomme, St. Louis, Missouri, pg 294A. John & Salley Baxter.
  491. 1900 Census, Antioch, Garland, Arkansas, pg 12A. Parlon, Minnie M, Carlos C, Emmel (bro), & Lona (sisnlaw) Bayless.
  492. 1930 Census, District 6, Knox, Tennessee, pg 241B. Anna, Marshall, & Leonard Holbert
    Emuel Bayless (bro).
  493. 1910 Census, Myrtle Creek, Douglas, Oregon, pg 183A. Frank T, Josie, & Lucy S Lady
    Emuel Bayless (bro)
    Benjamin Snuffer.
  494. Obituary, Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - Tuesday, June 11, 1991. MIDDLESBORO -- Amy M. Evans, 82, of Ypsilanti, Mich., sister of Inez Mayes of Middlesboro, died Sunday at Byer Hospital, Ypsilanti. Services 11 a.m. Wednesday at Shumate Funeral Home. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. today.
  495. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Harlan, Kentucky.
  496. 1920 Census, Lower Poor Fork, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 249A. Charley & Sarah J Harris
    Mary Bays (dau)
    Zeno, Joseph, Ethel, & Thomas Harris
    Elsa Bays (gdau).
  497. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 256B. Elsie, Dan, Lucy M, Ethel V, John H, Martha G Baysinger.
  498. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 243B. Dale D, Elsa, Lucy, Jesse R, Ethel, Y John H Baysinger.
  499. 1910 Census, Burris Fork Twp, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 119B. Daniel, Elsie, Lucy M, Delsie F, Kenneth, & Charity (mom) Baysinger.
  500. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune, Tuesday, December 24, 1991. Lucy M. Baysinger Perkins, 85, Olean, died Sunday. She was born June 14, 1906, in Olean, a daughter of Daniel and Elsie Hader Baysinger. She was married Nov. 1, 1948, in St. Louis, to Edward Perkins, who died Feb. 2, 1963.

    She was a lifelong resident of Cole and Miller Counties. She was employed briefly at the Bank of Olean and for 36 years as cashier at the Governor Hotel prior to her retirement. She was a member of Olean Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: one sister, Martha Beard, Wichita, Kansas.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Dennis
    Martin will officiate. Burial will be in Spring Garden Cemetery, Eugene. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday. Memorials are suggested to Olean Baptist Church.

  501. SSDI, 488-28-0676.
  502. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser. John Harold Baysinger, 64, Rte. 1, Olean, died Thursday, May 31, 1979, at his home. Mr. Baysinger, a lifetime resident of the Olean community, was born Nov. 1, 1914, in Moniteau County to Daniel D. and Elsie Effie (Hader) Baysinger. Nov. 1, 1941, he was married at DeSoto to Ruby L. Smith who survives.

    Mr. Baysinger worked at the Olean Livestock Co. for 37 years, starting in 1939 and
    retiring in July 1978. Mr. Baysinger also farmed.

    Surviving, in addition to his wife, are a son, Larry J. Baysinger, Russellville; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Perkins, Olean, and Mrs. Martha Beard, Wichita, Ks.; a granddaughter; and three nephews and a niece.

    Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Phillips Funeral Home with the Rev.
    Charles Cox officiating. Burial was in the Olean Cemetery.

  503. SSDI, 486-16-3309.
  504. SSDI, 493-05-0487.
  505. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Tuesday, April 18, 2000. Curtis Victor Beach, 88, Eldon, died April 16, 2000, at Lee House in Eldon. He was
    born March 11, 1912, in Miller County, a son of Hardy and Margaret Collier Beach. He was married Sept. 15, 1934, in Tuscumbia to Gladys Leotta Blankenship, who died April 13, 1988.

    He was involved in the construction of Bagnell Dam. He retired in 1976 after 42 years
    with Union Electric. He was a 60-year member of Mount Carmel Baptist Church and a member of First Baptist Church, Eldon. He served with the Miller County Baptist Association Camp for 40 years. He was on the Miller County Senior Citizens Tax Board, as well as being a board member and volunteer with Eldon Meals on Wheels. He was a trustee for Blue Springs Baptist Cemetery.

    Survivors include: one son, Ralph Beach, Eldon; one daughter, Rosalyn Sanders,
    O’Fallon; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. One son, James Curtis Beach, died Jan. 27, 1990.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Eldon First Baptist Church. The Rev. Randall
    Bunch and the Rev. Louis Elseman will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial
    Gardens near Barnett. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Rekus Funeral Home, Eldon. Memorials are suggested to Meals on Wheels; the Blue Springs Baptist Cemetery Trust Fund; or a charity of the donor’s choice.

  506. SSDI, 486-52-1286.
  507. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 32B. Joseph, Ellen J, Jacob H, Rena O, & Joseph E Gier
    Ira B (soninlaw), Louventa, Arie E, & Goldie B (gkids) Beard.
  508. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, March 4, 1998. Erie Edith Bunch, 92, Eldon, died Monday at Miller County Nursing Home, Tuscumbia. She was born Nov. 7, 1905, in Eldon, a daughter of Ira and Fleeta Gier Beard. She was married April 21, 1923, in Tuscumbia, to Herbert W. Bunch, who preceded her in death. A lifetime resident of Miller County, she was a member of Blue Springs Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: two daughters, Faye Conner and Mildred Polly, both of Eldon; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; and six step-greatgrandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Blue Springs Baptist Church. The Rev. John Shifflet will officiate. Burial will be in Blue Springs Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Griswold-Kays Funeral Home.

  509. 1870 Census, Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas, pg 52A. Fredrick, Cathrine J, Hearsy? J, Jonas, Mary Ann, Matilda E, Sarah Ann, Solomon, & Martha Jane Beck.
  510. 1860 Census, Prairie City, Cumberland, Illinois, pg 758. Fredericc, Catharin J, Henry C, Jonas, & Mary A Beck.
  511. 1880 Census, Black River, Lawrence, Arkansas, pg 466C. Jones & Sarah Beck
    Fredrick, Catherine, Matilda, Sarah, Sol, & James A Beck.
  512. 1875 Census, Lowell, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 14. Fred, C, H, J, MA, ME, SA, MJ, Sol, & JA Beck.
  513. 1900 Census, Flat Creek, Barry, Missouri, pg 76B. Solmon, Nancy C, James M, Gertrudes A, Barbra, & Dewey Beck.
  514. 1900 Census, Pine, Stone, Missouri, pg 233A. James, Martha J, Franklin T, William A, Lula ?, Alice, & Ova Beck.
  515. 1920 Census, Seattle, King, Washington, pg 124A. Rudolph, Marcia, Rudolph M, Robert, & Martha Becker
    Milford Roop (broinlaw).
  516. 1930 Census, Seattle, King, Washington, pg 247B. Rudolph, Mossie, Rudolph J, Robert, Martha, & Margaret Becker.
  517. Washington Death Index, 1940-1996, 538-14-1938.
  518. SSDI, 334-22-4063.
  519. Obituary, Belleville News-Democrat, The (IL) - Sunday, April 19, 2009 . Wanda Beckner

    Wanda L. Beckner, nee Grayson, 76, of Belleville, Ill., born Sunday, July 31, 1932, in East St Louis, Ill., died Wednesday, April 15, 2009, at Four Fountains Convalescent Center in Belleville, Ill.

    Mrs. Beckner was a member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Belleville, Ill.

    Wanda was preceded in death by her husband, Rodney H. Beckner; parents, Jesse and Josephine, nee Strawhun
    Grayson; sisters, Velma Sodam and Jessie Ann Baxter.

    Surviving are daughter, Tina Beckner of Belleville, Ill.; sisters, Lois Nuckolls of Belleville, Ill., and Geraldine Whitter of Tiptonville, Tenn.

    Memorials may be made to the Pleasant Valley Baptist Church.

    Visitation: Friends may call from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday, April 19, 2009, at Kurrus Funeral Home, Belleville, Ill.

    Funeral: Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, April 20, 2009, at Kurrus Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Jack Kurrelmeyer officiating. Interment will follow at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis, Mo.

    KURRUS FUNERAL HOME, Belleville, Ill.

  520. 1880 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 161B. Joseph & Adelaide Beerle.
  521. 1880 Census, Keosauqua, Van Buren, Iowa, pg 418B. Joseph A & Adalide G Beerle.
  522. South Carolina Death Index, 1821 - 1955.
  523. 1920 Census, Hughes, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pg 108B. E Paul, Carmen, & Pauline Bell.
  524. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
  525. Alabama Death Index, 1908 - 1959.
  526. SSDI, 477-07-7938.
  527. 1870 Census, District 6, Dyer, Tennessee, pg 90B. John, Samuel, Annie, Jane & May Radford & Jane Bell.
  528. 1911 Census, Colebrooke and Yarker Villages, Camden, Lennox and Addington, Ontario, Canada, pg 6. Albert W, Cora A, Louis M, Bessie M, Frances I, & Edward Benjamin
    May Woodhouse (domestic).
  529. 1920 Census, Superior, Nuckolls, Nebraska, pg 270A. James H & Ella J Kesterson
    Zona & Jack Berg.
  530. 1870 Census, Marion, St Francois, Missouri, pg 665B. Thomas, Eleanor, Nancy, Lee, & Josephine Berkley.
  531. 1880 Census, Perry, Saint Francois, Missouri, pg 443A. Thomas J, Ella, Nannie, Lee, Josephine, & Hugh Berkley.
  532. 1900 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 99B. Thomas, Ella A, & Robert S Berkley.
  533. 1910 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 67B. Thomas Berekley
    Lee J, Josephine (dau), & Thomas (gson) Johnson
    Lee R E (son) & Katharine (sis) Berkley.
  534. 1920 Census, Seattle, King, Washington, pg 281B. Hugh Berkeley (boarder).
  535. familysearchlabs.org.
  536. 1910 Census, Gold Hill, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 56A. Custer E & Rachel J Berry.
  537. 1900 Census, Gold Hill, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 256A. Chesley E, Rachel J, John H, George L, Walter H, Minnie, & Hylas Berry.
  538. 1920 Census, Bowlesville, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 234A. Cleve, Minnie, Fern, & Lottie Weltshire
    CE Berry (dad).
  539. 1910 Census, Civil District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 15B. James, Eliza, Charles, Sam, Sarah, & Parkey Berry.
  540. 1920 Census, Civil District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 25B. Jim, Louisa, & Sarah Berry

    Parkey, Lucy, & Hugo Berry (children listed on misordered pages).

  541. 1930 Census, Middlesborough, Bell, Kentucky, pg 86A. Louise, Hughie, & Lucy Barry.
  542. SSDI, 225-34-1517.
  543. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News - December 23, 1951. JAMES HUGH BERRY

    Funeral services for James Hugh Berry, who passed away December 10th, were held yesterday at the Old Yellow Creek Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Rev Fern D. Robinson and Rev. Johnnie Jones officiated at the service. Burial was in the Hurst Cemetery.

    Pallbearers were Charlie Kelly, Arthur Hamlett, Claude Collingsworth, Bert Brewer, Clayton Moyers, Clarence Meyers, George Harrison, Carl Wyatt, Stewart Sutton, Joe Ausmus, James Sharp, Basil McCoy, Charlie Miracle. Friends of the family served as flower bearers. Song services were rendered by Mrs. Don Hash, Miss Nila Boons and Miss Mary Lue Herrell. Cawood in charge.

  544. 1880 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 212C. David, Louisa, William, Allie (dinlaw), Cornelia, Walter, Fayette, Anderson, & Martha Jennings
    John Berry (wifes uncle).
  545. 1870 Census, 3rd Civil District,Claiborne,Tennessee, pg 220. Isaac, Mary, Sarah, Lewis T, Sterling S, John H, & Priar P Davis
    John Berry.
  546. 1860 Census, Subdivision 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 352B. John, Sarah, Eliza, & Lucretia Berry.
  547. 1850 Census, Subdivision 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 255A. Jonathan & Mary Mays
    John Berry.
  548. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 277B. Sarah, Loucisia, James, Parka, & Margaret Berry.
  549. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 179C. Sally, James, & Parky A Berry.
  550. SSDI, 400-36-6212.
  551. 1830 Census, , Claiborne,Tennessee, pg 150.
  552. 1840 Census, , Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 230.
  553. 1850 Census, 7th Subdivision,Claiborne,Tennessee, pg 341. Harky, Mary, Robert, Isaac, Louiza, Elizabeth, Sophia, Harky, Prior, Manervy, Martha, & James Davis
    Thomas Berry.
  554. 1880 Census, Wayne, Bollinger, Missouri, pg 517A. Peter, Sabry, Nancy, William, Rosajane, Daniel, & John L Bess
    Hiram & Ellen (dau) Berry.
  555. 1910 Census, Plano Twp, Tulare, California, pg 161A. Gottleip W, Julia E, Grace A, Oscar E, Katherine I, Frank L, & Ada R Betts
    Maggie S Wilcox.
  556. 1900 Census, Tulare, Tulare, California, pg 171B. George W, Julia E, Grace, Edwin, Ora, Oscar, Katherine, & Frank Betts.
  557. 1920 Census, Porterville, Tulare, California, pg 79A. Gottleip W, Gulia E, Frank & Ada Betts.
  558. 1870 Census, Yocum Station Twp,Lee,Virginia, pg 410A. John & Rachael Pennington,
    Rebecca, Craig, Nancy, & Emory V Bishop, Martha M Bishop.
  559. 1860 Census, Western District, Lee, Virginia, pg 926. Francis, Jas, Mathew, Alexander, Andrew, Zion, Rebecca, Martha, & Francis D Bishop.
  560. 1850 Census, District 31, Lee, Virginia, pg 337B. Francis, Evelina, James, John P, Mathew W, Alexander, Mary J, & Jackson Bishop.
  561. 1930 Census, District 6, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 165A. Harry, Stella, & Harold Black.
  562. 1880 Census, Herald Prairie, White, Illinois, pg 439C. Alfred, Margarett, Ida A, & Lula B Blackard
    George H Hall (cousin).
  563. Montana Death Index, 1860 - 2007.
  564. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Peoria, Peoria, Illinois.
  565. World War I Draft Registration Cards, East St Louis, St Clair, Illinois.
  566. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
  567. 1930 Census, Sulphur, Murray, Oklahoma, pg 245A. JV, Beatrice Boaz, Nellie Belle, & Willoughby Blakerd.
  568. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 485. James, Mary J, Minerva E, & Mary E Blackstone.
  569. 1880 Census, Spencer, Guernsey, Ohio, pg 241D. Mary J, Minerva, Emma, & Philander L Blackston.
  570. Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1947 familysearchlabs.org.
  571. 1930 Census, Precinct 1, Cooke, Texas, pg 113B. FJ, Lela, Raymond, & Billy Wade Blakely.
  572. SSDI, 462-01-9175.
  573. familysearchlabs.org.
  574. SSDI, 467-24-0835.
  575. 1900 Census, Militia District 6, Bartow, Georgia, pg 282A. James E & Martha E Blalock.
  576. 1880 Census, Little Prairie, Bartow, Georgia, pg 510D. James, Elizabeth, & Savannah Blalock
    Mack Costephens.
  577. 1850 Census, 12 Division,Cass, Georgia, pg 186. William, Matilda L, Louisa S, Wm H D, Katharine, John W, Mary S, Martha J Blalock.
  578. 1870 Census, Subdivision No 14, Bartow, Georgia pg 523. William H, Eliza, Emma S, Ella Blalock.
  579. 1900 Census, Sixth District, Bartow, Georgia, pg 281A. William & Eliza Blalock & Emma Going.
  580. 1880 Census, Little Prairie, Bartow, Georgia, pg 513A. William, Eliza A, Emma S, Ella, & Minnie Blalock.
  581. North Carolina Death Index, 1908 - 1996.
  582. 1930 Census, Great Falls, Cascade, Montana, pg 64A. Ray, Nellie, & Ralph E Blanchard.
  583. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Cascade, Montana.
  584. familysearchlabs.org.
  585. SSDI, 517-34-2144.
  586. SSDI, 519-20-5536.
  587. SSDI, 511-18-2785.
  588. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, August 7, 1991. Basil Blankenship, 71, North Little Rock, Ark., died Tuesday at John L. McClellan
    Veterans Hospital in Little Rock. He was born July 17, 1920, in Miller County, a son of Ralph and Rosa Cooper Blankenship. He was married Dec. 24, 1941, in Miller County, to Trena Bunch, who survives at the home.

    He was a retired U.S. Army Major. He was Vice President of the Modern Investors Life
    Insurance Company and worked at the Arkansas office of Veterans Affairs. He was a life member of the V.F.W. in Jacksonville, Ark.; the Jancito Masonic Lodge No. 216 A.F. and A.M. in Jacksonville, the Iris Chapter Royal Arch Masons No. 151; Occidental Council No. 1; Hughde-Payens Comandry No. 1, Knights Templar and past president of National SO Jorners Chapter No. 166.

    Other survivors include: two sons, Gary Blankenship, Little Rock, Ark., and Gregory
    Blankenship, Jacksonville, Ark.; one daughter, Trena I. Blankenship, Marvell, Ark.; four sisters, Treva Platter, Russellville, Selma Barker, Eldon, Betty Farris, Versailles, and Eula Wickham, Tollhouse, Calif.; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Kidwell-Garber Funeral Home, Versailles. The
    Rev. T. W. Bunch will officiate. Burial with military honors will be in Versailles Cemetery. A Masonic Service will be at 7 p.m. Friday. Visitation will be until 8:30 p.m. Friday.

  589. SSDI, 510-18-6557.
  590. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, Sunday, May 27, 2001. Trena Blankenship, 79, North Little Rock, Ark., died May 25, 2001, at Baptist Memorial Medical Center, North Little Rock, Ark. She was born Oct. 21, 1921, in Eldon, the daughter of Ellis Raymond and Beulah Greenup Bunch. She was married Dec. 24, 1941, in Miller County to Basil Blankenship, who preceded her in death Aug. 6, 1991. She was a homemaker and member of the First Presbyterian Church, Pine Bluff, Ark.

    Survivors include: two sons, Gary Blankenship, North Little Rock, Ark., and Gregory Blankenship, Jacksonville, Ark.; one daughter, Trena Blankenship, North Little Rock, Ark.; one sister, Lucille Beeves, Shawnee, Kan.; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Kidwell-Garber Funeral Home, Versailles. Burial will be in the Versailles Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Kidwell-Garber Funeral Home, Versailles.

  591. 1850 Census, Lawrence, Lawrence, Ohio, pg 428A. Beverly, Malvna, Lewis, Emely, James, Anna, Richard, Nancy, John, Andrew, & Polly Blankenship.
  592. 1880 Census, Aid, Lawrence, Ohio, pg 1D. Beverly, Lavina, Millie, Martha E, Ruben D, Bertie (gdau), Mary (gdau), & Frank L (gson) Blankinship.
  593. 1870 Census, Lawrence, Lawrence, Ohio, pg 412A. Beverley, Levina, Melvina, Martha, & Ruben Blankenship
    Annge, George, Edward, & Thomas Lambert.
  594. 1860 Census, Aid, Lawrence, Ohio, pg 112B. Beverly, Lovina, Richard, John, Andrew, Nancy, Mary, Melvina, Martha, & Reubin Blankinship
    Amy Blankinship.
  595. 1870 Census, Ohio, Gallia, Ohio, pg 460B. Richard, Mary F, Reuben, & Charles A Blankenship
    Fletcher & Albert Richardson.
  596. 1880 Census, Ohio, Gallia, Ohio, pg 446C. RM, Frances, Ruben, Charles, & Ema Blankenship
    Albert Richardson (stepson).
  597. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 40B. Charles H, Enna C, Dora E, John M, Richard B, Simeon R, Mary E, Margie E, Alma E, & Clifford H Wood
    Mary F Blankenship (minlaw).
  598. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 146A. Chas H, Emma, John M, Richard, Sin, Mary, Margary, Alma, Cliford, Raymond, & Joseph Wood
    Mary Blankenship (mominlaw)
    Albert Richardson (bro).
  599. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26B. John, Elvira, & Albert Blankenship
    Birtha Starks (stepdau)
    Mary Blankenship.
  600. 1910 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 2B. John H, Elvira E, Maziy, Lola I, Minnie B, & Martha C Blankenship
    Clara B Stark (stepdau).
  601. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 279A. Elvira, Lola, Minnie, & Martha Blankenship.
  602. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 238B. Charles J, Ada, Ruby L, & Marguerite Wood
    Elvira E Blankenship
    Martha & Harry S Jobe.
  603. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002, Mattie E Bragg.
  604. 1900 Census, Jackson, Camden, Missouri, pg 57A. Sarah Blankenship
    Charles S Peesiver (servant).
  605. SSDI, 486-20-7522.
  606. Obituary, News and Tribune - Septemb 5, 1971. Mr. Blankenship, Versailles, dies

    Gaithel D. Blankenship, 48, of Versailles, died Thursday at Fort Worth, Tex.

    Mr. Blankenship was born Aug. 3, 1923, in Miller County, the son of the late Ralph and Rosa Cooper Blankenship. He was married April 5, 1947, to Gwendolyn Gee, who survives.

    Mr. Blankenship was employed by Missouri Utilities and was a veteran of World War II. He also was a member of American Legion Post 104, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Masonic Ldoge (sic) 320, AF and AM, OES Chapter 410 and the Blue Springs Baptist Church.

    Other survivors include: Two sons, Gaithel Allen Blankenship and Roger Blankenship, both of the home; a daughter, Miss Lawanda Blankenship, of the home; a brother, Basil Blankenship, Pine Bluff, Ark.; six sisters, Mrs. Gladys Beach and Mrs. Selma Barker, both of Eldon, Mrs. Treva Platter, Enon, Mrs. Betty Farris, Salem, Mrs. Eula Wickham, Tollhouse, Calif. and Mrs. Darlene Towns, Union Lake, Mich.

    Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. today at Blue Springs Baptist Church, with the Rev. Jim Eager, the Rev. E.M. Hay and the Rev. Gerald Nelson officiating. Masonic rites and burial will be at Versailles cemetery. Kidwell Funeral Home, Versailles, is in charge of funeral arrangements.

  607. SSDI, 496-26-3207.
  608. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Cochise, Arizona.
  609. California Death Index, 1940-1997, James Oliver Strange.
  610. 1930 Census, District 391 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, pg 59A. James O & Anna H Strange
    Fredrick B Fuller (boarder).
  611. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 551-07-7464.
  612. SSDI, 500-54-3528.
  613. Obituary, Daily Capital News - March 18, 1967. Eldon woman dies in hospital

    Mrs. Clara LaVina Strange, 84, of Eldon, died Thursday at a Jefferson City hospital.

    Mrs. Strange was a member of the Mount Carmel Church. She was married in January, 1903, to Lee House, who died in 1920. In 1922 she married C.H. Strange, who survives.

    Other survivors include: Three daughters, Mrs. Lyman Enloe, Raytown, Mrs. Jake Hartman, Jefferson City, and Mrs. Ruby Carker, State of Kansas; two sons, Willis Houser, Columbia, and Roy Houser, Jefferson City; one step-son H.E. Strange, Denver, Colo.

    Four sisters, Miss Mary Blankenship, Salinas, Calif., Mrs. Lola Page, Vallejo, Calif., Mrs. Mennie Farmer and Mrs. Martha Wright, both of Eldon; one brother, Albert Blankenship, Sedalia; 22 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren.

    Services Sunday are under the direction of Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  614. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 550-34-6299.
  615. SSDI, 546-30-9669.
  616. SSDI, 489-16-0956.
  617. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, July 7, 1995. Martha C. Wright, 87, Eldon, died Thursday at Eldon Health Care Center. She was born
    Dec. 2, 1907, in Tuscumbia, a daughter of John H. and Elvira Elizabeth Stark Blankenship. She was married in 1923 to Dorsey Jobe, who preceded her in death. She was married Oct. 10,
    1944, in Tuscumbia, to George L. Wright, who survives at the home.

    A resident of the Eldon area for most of her life, she was a homemaker and co-owned
    and operated a grocery store in Eldon. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Other survivors include: one son, Harry Jobe, Edwards; one stepdaughter, Jean
    Burnett, Eldon; two grandchildren, four step grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Randall
    Bunch will officiate. Burial will be in Eldon City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today.
    Memorials are suggested to the Diabetes Foundation.

  618. Obituary, Daily Capital News - July 22, 1971. Blankenhip rites set for Friday

    Mrs. Rosa Ellen Blankenhip, 76, Eldon, died Wednesday at a Jefferson City hospital.

    Mrs. Blankenship was born Nov. 7, 1894, in Miller County the daughter of William J. and Rhoda Vaughan Cooper. She was married in Miller County on Sept. 2, 1912, to Ralph Blankenship. He died March 19, 1963.

    She was a life member of the Blue Springs Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: Two sons, Basil Blankenship, Pine Bluff, Ark., and Gaithel Blankenship, ship, (sic) Versailles.

    Six daughters, Mrs. Gladys Beach, Eldon; Mrs. Treva Platter, Russellville; Mrs. Selma Barker, Eldon; Mrs. Betty Farris, Montauk Springs; Mrs. Eula Wickham, Tollhouse, Calif.; Mrs. Darlene Towns, Union Lake Michigan.

    One sister, Mrs. Manie Caldwell, Salisbury; 26 grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, at the Blue Springs Baptist Church with the Rev. James Eager officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Funeral arrangements are under the director of Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  619. SSDI, 500-56-2557.
  620. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, January 9, 2002. Treva Mae Platter, 85, Enon, died Jan. 8, 2002, at Villa Marie Skilled Nursing Facility. She was born May 21, 1916, in Miller County, a daughter of Ralph M. and Rosa Ellen Cooper Blankenship. She was married June 29, 1935, in Tuscumbia, to Charlie Platter, who died Aug. 5, 1991.

    She attended Central Point School and was a lifelong resident of Miller, Moniteau, and Cole counties. She was a homemaker.

    She was a member of Enon Baptist Church where she taught Sunday school; sang in the choir and was a member of the Women's Missionary Union. She was Ms. Nursing Home Queen at Villa Marie in 2000.

    Survivors include: one son, Charles D. Platter; Jefferson City; two daughters, Marlis Meyer, Jefferson. City, and Shirley Goldammer, Russellville; two sisters, Selma Barker, Eldon, and Eulah Wickham, Tollhouse, Calif.; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. One great granddaughter preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Enon Baptist Church. The Rev. Randy Trumbo and the Rev. Jasper Hunter will officiate. Burial will be in Enloe Cemetery, Russellville. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Scrivner-Morrow Funeral Home, Russellville. Memorials are suggested to Enon Baptist Church or Villa Marie Activities Program.

  621. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser, Tuesday, July 4, 2000. Betty Lou Farris, 72, of Jefferson City died Sunday, July 2, 2000, at Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City. She was born May 22, 1928, in the Blue Springs community of Miller County to Ralph and Rosa Cooper Blankenship. She was married April 20, 1947, in Olathe, Kan., to the Rev. John Clifford, who survives at the home.

    Mrs. Farris worked in the various churches her husband pastured, ministering to children and senior adults. She was employed at Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Versailles for more than 10 years. Mrs. Farris was a member of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Jefferson City.

    Also surviving her are two sons, Larry Farris of Russellville and Johnny Farris of Wichita, Kan.; a daughter, Ethelyn Garrison of Twenty Nine Palms, Calif.; three sisters, Treva Platter of Jefferson City, Selma Barker of Eldon and Eula Rose Wickham of Tollhouse, Calif.; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

    Visitation will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Scrivner-Morrow Funeral Home in Russellville. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Russellville Baptist Church with the Rev. Guy Thomas, the Rev. C.D. Butler and the Rev. Thomas Ratcliff officiating. Burial will be in Enloe Cemetery west of Russellville, with the Rev. Randy Trumbo officiating. Memorials may be made to the Diabetes Foundation or the Cornerstone Baptist Church van fund.

  622. 1920 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 134A. Clarence W, Bertha B, & Olive E Brown
    Ruran Blanenship (binlaw).
  623. 1930 Census, Sedalia, Pettis, Missouri, pg 21B. Reuben, Hazel, & Reuben Jr Blankenship.
  624. SSDI, 500-28-1076.
  625. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26 B. Reuben H, Laura B, James O, Rolf M, Clata (?) E, Birtha E, Dollie E, & Reubin H Blankenship.
  626. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25a. Reuben H, Laura B, James O, Edith B, Dolly E, Reuben H Jr, Burla B, & Deada M Blankenship.
  627. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 258A. ??? H, Laura B, Ruben H, Desda M, & Sarah F Blankenship.
  628. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 569-34-0071.
  629. 1910 Census, Civil District 6, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 145B. Thomas H & Rosa F Blansett.
  630. 1920 Census, Civil District 6, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 178B. Thomas & Rasa Blansett
    Hetty Yokum (sis).
  631. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 27A. Thomas & Rosie Blancett.
  632. 1910 Census, Lower Poor Fork, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 210A. Henry, Sallie, Thomas, Lona, Sillis, & Ella Blanton.
  633. 1930 Census, Riverside, Riverside, California, pg 93A. Abel B, Gertrude L, Aaron P (dad), & May B (mom) Bliss
    Georgie Jones
    Ruby Walker.
  634. SSDI, 568-52-6211.
  635. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 559-68-4891.
  636. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 546-26-3312.
  637. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 24B. William & Thomas E Bliss.
  638. 1930 Census, Jefferson, Cole, Missouri, pg 55B. William P Bliss (inmate).
  639. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. William P, Permelia B, Pearl A, Ruby, & Hugh Bliss.
  640. 1920 Census, Jefferson City Ward 4, Cole, Missouri, pg 148B . WP, Parmelia B, Parl, & Ruby Bliss.
  641. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database. Lists mother as Louise Heisner.
  642. 1910 Census, Tulsa Ward 4, Tulsa, Oklahoma, pg 233B. Thomas B, Nanie, Doris, & Chas W Bliss.
  643. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201D. TB, NA, CW, & ME Bliss.
  644. 1900 Census, Webb Ward 3, Jasper, Missouri, 241A. TB, Nancy A, Charles W, Fred E, & Doris M Bliss.
  645. 1905 Census, Parsons, Labette, Kansas, pg 20. TB, Nannie A, CW, Fred, & Doris Bliss.
  646. 1910 Census, Sandy Hook, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 153B. Tomas E, Celia C, Jewil E, & Hattie E Bliss.
  647. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 499-07-8164.
  648. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - August 18, 1966. Mrs. Hader Dies At Rest Home

    CALIFORNIA (Special) -- Mrs. Celia Edna Hader, 81, died today at a Jefferson City rest home.

    Mrs. Hader was born May 17, 1885, the daughter of Silas E. and Martha Brizendine Pruitt. She was married to Elmer Hader in 1912. Mr. Hader preceded her in death.

    Mrs. Hader was a member of the California First Baptist Church.
    .

  649. SSDI, 500-10-5262 .
  650. Obituary, Daily Capital News - December 21, 1972. Sidney Bliss, of Eldon, dies

    Sidney Bliss, 73, of Eldon, died Wednesday at a Kansas City hospital.

    Mr. Bliss was born Jan. 9, 1899, the son of Preston and Alice Hasty Bliss. he was married to the former Miss Fannie Shelton, formerly of Warrensburg, who survivors. (sic)

    He was a former educator in the California state school system. He also was a member of the Masonic Order.

    Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, at the Eldon First Baptist Church. Burial will be at the Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

  651. 1880 Census, Rock Dell, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 435B. Edward & Lugenia Blum.
  652. 1920 Census, Kimball, Brule, South Dakota, pg 61B. Dena & John Bloom.
  653. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 554-18-9147.
  654. 1910 Census, Bradford, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 12B. Robert & Jane King
    Lucinda (dau), Gottlieb, & Ollie Blume.
  655. 1920 Census, Bradford, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 183B. Gotlib, Lucinda, Nolah, & Dora Bloom.
  656. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Isanti, Minnesota.
  657. 1930 Census, Bradford, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 161A. Gottlieb A & Lucinda K Blume.
  658. Minnesota Birth Index, 1900 - 1925 http://people.mnhs.org/bci/Search.cfm?bhcp=1.
  659. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 31B. John M & Elizabeth N Boan
    Sarah J Parsons (niece).
  660. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 145A. JM & Elizabeth Boan.
  661. 1910 Census, Jefferson Ward 2, Cole, Missouri, pg 153B. Robert M, Ella, Robert T, & Mary G Boan
    Albert Staples (binlaw).
  662. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 103A. Robert M, Rebeca E, Margaret L, Lucy E, & Velma O Boan.
  663. 1920 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 132A. Robert M, Rebeka E, Robert T, Mary L, Margrit L, & Lucy E Baan.
  664. ancestry.com, Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1931.
  665. SSDI, 414-07-7177.
  666. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Monday, February 22, 1999. Mary Louvenia Sidebottom, 90, Barnett, died Feb. 20, 1999, at Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Versailles. She was born Jan. 25, 1909, in Miller County, a daughter of Marion and Rebecca Staples Boan. She was married Sept 22, 1928, in Tuscumbia, to James E. Sidebottom, who died Oct 14, 1990. She was a seamstress at Glaser Brothers and a member of
    Barnett Union Church.

    Survivors include: one son, James Sidebottom, Eldon; one sister, Opal Vernon, Eldon; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. One son, Riley Sidebottom, died in 1982.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Mossman and Hess Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Anthony Alter will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society.

  667. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, February 4, 1994. Olivia Boan, 92, Tuscumbia, died Tuesday at Miller County Nursing Home. She was born July 11, 1901, in Miller County, the daughter of William and Mary Stark Vernon. She was married Dec. 22, 1918, to Thomas Stark, who died Dec 27, 1921. She was married in June
    1929, to Robert Boan, who died Oct. 24, 1977.

    She worked as a seamstress with Glaser Brothers Pants Factory, Eldon. She was a member of Aurora Springs Baptist Church.

    Survivors include one son, Orville Stark, Eldon; three daughters, Mary Simpson, Deming, N.M., Evelyn Renken, Dallas, Texas, and Rebecca Martin, Eldon; 14 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Robert Allen Boan.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Aurora Springs Baptist Church. Pastor Ernie Buscher and the Rev. Sam Upton will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Park, Barnett. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Memorials are suggested to the Aurora Springs Baptist Church Mission Fund.

  668. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 28B. William, Jane, John, William B, & Marion Boan.
  669. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 194B. Wm, Jane, Millia, Charles, Elizabeth, Allis, Feland, John, EJ, Loucinda, & Willie Boan.
  670. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 235A. William, Malinda, Mary ?, Jas ?, Millie E, Ida M, Charles, & Elzabeth Boan.
  671. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27A. James W, Eliza J, Anna I, Luther F, Harry L, Mary L, Josie P, & James P Wells
    Levena J Boan (mominlaw).
  672. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 29B. William Boan (boarder).
  673. 1900 Census, Jefferson, Cole, Missouri, pg 77A. Thomas J, Elizabeth, Ada, & Myrtle Stone
    Lucy Boan (sisinlaw).
  674. 1930 Census, Township 5, Craig, Oklahoma, pg 143B. Albert, Bellazy, & Atlas (bro) Boaz.
  675. 1920 Census, Jackson, Coal, Oklahoma, pg 146A. Albert & Bell J Boaz.
  676. 1880 Census, La Fayette, Scott, Arkansas, pg 424C. Albert, Bella J, Ophelia, Philip, & Ida Boaz.
  677. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Pontotoc, Oklahoma.
  678. 1910 Census, Johnson City Ward 2, Washington, Tennessee, pg 158A. Joseph J, Rebecca A, Horace, Burnice H, & Rudolph Body
    Mary Standefor (minlaw).
  679. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 35a. Silas, Amanda, Minnie & William Bohannan.
  680. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 31A. Mandy E, Minnie E, Ulas G, Grace E, Joseph S & Dorothy I Bohanan & Mount P Wilson.
  681. SSDI, 488-24-7384.
  682. Obituary, Daily Capital News - October 31, 1974. Mrs. Loethen dies at age 71

    Mrs. Grace E. Loethen, 71, of 10 Jackson St., died Tuesday evening at Charles E. Still Hospital, where she had been a patient for the past week.

    Mrs. Loethen was born Sept. 19, 1903, in Miller County, the daughter of Silas and Amanda Strange Bohanan. On June 6, 1921, she was married in Jefferson City to Samuel P. Loethen, who died July 14, 1962.

    She moved to Jefferson City from Miller County in 1918. She was a member of the First Baptist Church and has served as secretary of the Open Door Service Club at Dulle Tower. She was also a past president of the Park School PTA and had served as Cole County Committeewoman for the Democratic Party for 22 years.

    She was formerly employed at the International Shoe Company for 16 years and with the Jefferson City Public School system until retiring in 1969.

    Survivors include: Two sons, Sam Loethen, Baldwin, and Larry B, Loethen, Quincy, Ill.; two daughters, Mrs. Duane Wright, 205 Ronnie St., and Mrs, Veryl Riddle, St. Louis; one brother, U.G. Bohanan, Mesquite, Tex.; one sister, Mrs. Charles Waresbach, Kansas City; and 10 grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Buescher Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. G. Nelson Duke officiating. Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery.

  683. SSDI, 515-09-1236.
  684. SSDI, 497-01-3821.
  685. SSDI, 490-09-6607.
  686. Obituary, Daily Capital News - March 4, 1975. O.E. Bohannan dies at age of 72

    Oliver E. Bohannan, 72, of 1111 Jefferson St., died this morning at St. Mary's Health Center after a long illness.

    He was born Sept. 8, 1902, at Eldon, the son of Paul and Martha Pruitt Bohannan. On Aug. 31, 1925, he was married to the former Alice Angel, who survives at the home.

    Other survivors include: One son, Don Bohannan, of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Harold Woodland and Mrs. Bob Edwards, both of Jefferson City, and Mrs. Sharon Bennartz, Holts Summit; one brother, Ray Bohannan, Russellville; one sister, Mrs. Tom Harrison, Linn Creek; 12 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

    Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Freeman Chapel. The Rev. Charles Dickson will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery.

  687. SSDI, 487-68-8140.
  688. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 35B. Paul, Wiley L, P... B, Janie E, & James (dad) Bohannan.
  689. 1910 Census, Fortuna, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 267B. Paul, Martha, Roy, Jannie, Oliver, Jimmie, & Leslie Bohannan.
  690. 1920 Census, Jefferson City Ward 1, Cole, Missouri, pg 69B. Paul, Martha, Oliver, James, & Leslie Bohannan.
  691. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - July 16, 1940. MRS. BOHANNAN DIES AT HOME OF DAUGHTER

    5 Children, All of Jefferson City, Survive

    Mrs. Martha R. Bohannan 68 years old, died today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tom Harrison, 809 Adams street, after a three months' illness.

    Mrs. Bohannan was born in Eldon and spent most of her early life in Miller county. She married Paul Bohannan in 1895 at Tuscumbia, Mo.

    Besides her daughter, she is survived by four sons, James, Ollie, Roy, and Leslie Bohannan, all of Jefferson City; one sister, Mrs. Abbie Purl, St. Louis; two brothers, John and Ance Pruitt, Eldon; and seven grandchildren.

    Funeral arrangements have not been completed.

  692. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Cole, Missouri.
  693. 1920 Census, Jefferson City Ward 1, Cole, Missouri, pg 45A. Thomas & Jennie Harrison
    Roy B, Ethel, Lorene, & Virginia Bohanman.
  694. 1930 Census, Jefferson, Cole, Missouri, pg 115A. Roy B, Ethel L, Melva L, Virginia E, & James P Bohannan
    Harry (broinlaw), Agnes (sisinlaw), & Charles D (neph) Sanders.
  695. SSDI, 487-22-4773.
  696. 1930 Census, Jefferson, Cole, Missouri, pg 119B. May Bohannon (lodger).
  697. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 22A. US & Molley Bohamen.
  698. 1920 Census, Tiger, Creek, Oklahoma, pg 38B. JH, ME, Truhman, Treva, & James Cotten
    Thomas Bohannon (cousin).
  699. SSDI, 486-12-4544.
  700. 1910 Census, Rolla Ward 3, Phelps, Missouri, pg 218A. James, Lissie, Clyda, & William Bohannon.
  701. 1930 Census, Arlington, Phelps, Missouri, pg 121A. Isaac L, Louisa C, James (bro), & William (neph) Bohannan
    John Farley (servant).
  702. 1870 Census, Rolla, Phelps, Missouri, pg 717B. Jas, Emeline, Calway, & Madison Bohannan.
  703. 1920 Census, Jefferson City Ward 2, Cole, Missouri, pg 93A. James & Wm S Bohanon.
  704. SSDI, 492-56-1159.
  705. SSDI, 708-01-7256.
  706. 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, pg 100A. Cecil & Helen Boice.
  707. 1900 Census, Watertown, Codington, South Dakota, pg 255A. Charles V, Grace E, & Amy Boice.
  708. 1910 Census, Watertown Ward 2, Codington, South Dakota, pg 224A. Charles B, Grace, Amy,.Cecil, Rhea, Oren, & Myron Boice.
  709. 1920 Census, Watertown Ward 2, Codington, South Dakota, pg 115A. Chas, Grace, Amy, Cecil, Rhea, Oren, Myron, Woodrow, Genevieve, & Ernal Amy.
  710. 1930 Census, Watertown, Codington, South Dakota, pg 125A. Amy R, Woodrow W, Genevieve, & Ernal Boice.
  711. 1930 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 231B. Amy Boice (boarder).
  712. 1930 Census, Watertown, Codington, South Dakota, pg 175A. Oren Charles Boice (roomer).
  713. 1930 Census, Clark, Clark, South Dakota, pg 148A. Myron Boice (lodger).
  714. SSDI, 352-05-8615.
  715. Obituary, Fresno Bee, The (CA) - Wednesday, July 23, 2003. BOICE, ERNAL-- Graveside services for Ernal Boice, 85, of Madera will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Fresno Memorial Gardens. Mr. Boice, a tile contractor, died July 16. Arrangements are under the direction of Chapel of the Light in Fresno.
  716. 1900 Census, Edwards, Muscogee, Georgia, pg 122B. James D & Mattie V Boland
    Fanny & William D Hardin (adopted)
    John Wesley (dad) & Esther J (mom) Boland
    Berry Bentley (boarder).
  717. 1910 Census, Edwards, Muscogee, Georgia, pg 119A. Jim & Mattie Boland
    Fannie Hardin (adopted)
    Ester Boland (mom).
  718. 1920 Census, Edwards, Muscogee, Georgia, pg 279A. James D & Mattie V Boland
    Fannie Harding (adopted).
  719. 1930 Census, Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia, pg 262A. James D Boland (lodger).
  720. SSDI, 414-66-8008.
  721. 1930 Census, Springdale, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 216A. Carison, Lucy M, Verna J, Bessie, James L, & Roy L Balden.
  722. 1930 Census, Springdale, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 216A. George, Bessie, & Loyd L Balden.
  723. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News - April 13, 1950. GEORGE BOLDEN

    TAZEWELL, Tenn., April 13

    Funeral services for George Bolden, 43, who died yesterday in Tazewell, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Yellow Spring Baptist Church. Burial will be in Yellow Spring cemetery.

    Mr. Bolden is survived by several children and his mother, Mrs. Polly Bolden.

  724. 1930 Census, Springdale, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 216A. Harrison, Sarah J, Leevie M, Janie M, & Chester Bolden.
  725. 1930 Census, District 5, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 249A. Preston, Martha, & Lora (stepdau) Bolden
    Dewey & Ruby Ratliff (stepkids).
  726. 1920 Census, Richmond, Wise, Virginia, pg 274B. Arch & Adda Bolden
    Preston & Matilda Bolden.
  727. 1910 Census, White Shoals, Lee, Virginia, pg 176B. Preston, Matilda, Hugh, & Archie Bolin.
  728. 1900 Census, Civil District 16, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 208A. Preston, Tilda, Hugh, Dollie, & Awrch Boawlin.
  729. familysearchlabs.org.
  730. 1900 Census, Civil District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 89B. Polly Standifer & Shelby Bowlin servants.
  731. 1910 Census, Civil District 8, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 84B. Shelby, Polly, Ora, Carson, Garret, Harrison, & Lonnie Balden.
  732. 1920 Census, Civil District 8, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 81A. Shelby, Polly, Carson, Harrison, Garrett, George, & Alonzo Boldin.
  733. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Hancock, Tennessee.
  734. 1930 Census, District 8, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 73A. Shelby, Polly, & Lonnie Bolden.
  735. 1900 Census, Civil District 2, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 14B. John & Ettie Bolinger.
  736. 1910 Census, Brush, Morgan, Colorado, pg 277A. John, Etta, Edna, & Iola Bolinger
    Sallie Rogers (sisnlaw).
  737. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Union, Tennessee.
  738. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News - July 15, 1946. JOHN W. BOLINGER
    Funeral services for John William Bolinger who died Thursday were held at the home Saturday with the Rev. Bennie Thomas and the Rev. Oscar Evans officiating. Burial was in the Yoakum Cemetery at Speedwell, Tenn.

    Pallbearers were nephews: Roy Bryant, Erastus and Eff Fortner, Otto Bolinger, Lon Fortner and Herman Bolinger. Flower bearers were: Eula Gray Neeley, Katherine Wolfe, Hazel Heck, Mabel Mountain, Vada Brooks, Hassie Robertson, Edith Russell, Zula McNew, and Ruth Hurt. Songs were sung by the Friendship Baptist Church Choir with Grover Partin leading.

  739. 1870 Census, Warwick, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 366. Abraham, Leah, Amanda, Elmyra & Rebecca Bollinger.
  740. 1860 Census, Clay, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 28. Benjamin, Elizabeth, Abraham, Michal, Benjamin, Elizabeth, Metilda, & Menda Bollinger.
  741. 1900 Census, Warwick, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 194A. Abraham, Leah F, & Annie Bollinger.
  742. 1910 Census, Ephrata, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 125A. Abraham & Leah Bollinger.
  743. 1920 Census, East Cocalico, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 45A. Monroe F & Elmira B Longanecker
    Abraham B Bollinger.
  744. 1900 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 59B. Thomas J, Rosa J, Lola M, Albert J, Myrtle V, Elsie M, Elisha Y, & Gilbert B Bonds.
  745. 1910 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 61A. Thomas J, Rosa J, Elisha T, Gilbert B, Dewy M, Guy O, Brewel G, & Elizabeth A (mom) Bonds.
  746. 1920 Census, Clark, Cole, Missouri, pg 6B. Thomas J, Rosa Jane, Dewey M, Guy Otto, & Beall S Bonds
    Elizabeth Vaughn (mom)
    Myrtle Bonds (dauinlaw), Oscar C, Jewell T, & Robert Lee (gsons) Bonds.
  747. 1870 Census, Township 7 Range 6, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 20A. Benjamin, Nancy & Mary Bond.
  748. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 178B. John & Cora Bond.
  749. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 252A. Daniel V & Eliza Pitchford
    Cora (dau) & Green H (gson) Bond.
  750. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Moniteau, Missouri.
  751. 1930 Census, Hooker, Laclede, Missouri, pg 161A. JB & Cora S Bond.
  752. Obituary, Lake County Record-Bee. A.A. Davis

    Alicia Ann Davis, 22, of Lakeport, died on Sept. 2, 1991. She was a native Californian, born on July 11, 1969 in Vallejo and had been a Lake County resident for 21 years.

    She was employed for one year as a physical therapist by Santa Rosa Community Hospital.

    Survivors include her mother, Bonita Hiraide of Sacramento; one sister, Erin Hiraide, also of Sacramento; grandparents, Velma L. and Ben F. Roberts of Lakeport; one uncle Richard Perry of Pittsburg; and two aunts, Robin Thiesemann of Sacramento and Tracy Nicholl of Wilton.

    There will be visitation at the Jones Mortuary Chapel in Lakeport on Friday, Sept. 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. with Bishop Alan Jones officiating.

    Burial will follow in Kelseyville Cemetery.

    Arrangements are by Jones Mortuary.

  753. Obituary, Lake County Record-Bee. County woman dies in crash on Hwy 175

    MENDOCINO COUNTY - A Lake County woman was killed and another injured Monday on Highway 175 in a single-vehicle accident. Alcohol may have been a factor in the accident, according to a report from the Ukiah office of the California Highway Patrol.

    Alicia Anne Davis, 22, of Lakeport was pronounced dead at Ukiah Valley Medical Center, the report states.

    Kimberli Christine Clark, 19, of Lucerne, suffered minor injuries.

    Neither of the women wore seat bealts, the report states, and several full beer cans were found at the scene.

    "Had the driver been wearing seat belts, her injuries

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    probably would have been minor," the report states.

    Davis was traveling west on Highway 175 about 7:45 p.m. near Buckman Drive in Mendocino County.

    Her 1983 Nissan pick-up entered a right curve at an excessive rate of speed and Davis lost control, according to the report.

    The vehicle skidded off the roadway and rolled over, ejecting both occupants.

    Ukiah Ambulance transported Davis and Clark to the medical center, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection provided traffic control and first aid at the scene.
    .

  754. SSDI, 708-10-4036.
  755. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, Sunday, December 8, 1996. Bruel G. Bond, 88, Camdenton, died Friday at Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital, Osage Beach. He was born March 18, 1908, in Brumley, a son of Tom and Rosa White Bond. He was married to Stella Humphreys, who died Feb. 14, 1980. A farmer and a stockman, he was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Masonic Lodge of Lowry City.

    Survivors include: two sons, Paul Bond, Lebanon, and Robert Bond, Nashville, Tenn.; three grandsons; and six great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Allee-Reed Funeral Home, Camdenton. The Rev. Rick Ginnings will officiate. Burial will be in Gott Cemetery, Brumley. Visitation will be from 2-5 p.m. today.

  756. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 256C. William, Nancy J, Mary A, Rebecca A, Elizabeth E, & Louisa J Bond.
  757. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 154A. William S, Nancy J, Rebecca A, Jane L, Margarett M, Verta M, & William E Bond.
  758. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 177A. William S, Nancy J, Vertie M, & William E Bond.
  759. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 285A. Jane, Arizona, Beckie, Ellen, Louisa, Margaret, Vertie, & Edgar Bond
    Bryce Johnson (gson).
  760. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 231B. George W & Vertie Wood
    Bryce Johnson (stepson).
  761. 1900 Census, Fairlawn, Yamhill, Oregon, pg 64B. Mary E, Josie M, Mira F, William W, Chas E, & Finly J (binlaw) Bones
    Frank S Kuns (boarder).
  762. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Lincoln, Oregon.
  763. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 444-07-5572.
  764. SSDI, 560-50-4003.
  765. 1930 Census, Kirksville, Adair, Missouri, pg 57B. James F, Minnie, Robert D, Jack, & Kenneth Booth
    Wilbur Butterfield.
  766. 1920 Census, Bucklin, Linn, Missouri, pg 110A. James F, Minnie M, Robert, James R, & Kenneth Booth.
  767. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Linn, Missouri.
  768. SSDI, 486-12-3840.
  769. 1900 Census, Jacksonville Ward 2, Morgan, Illinois, pg 154B. John McK, Sarah W, Cora E, & Clifford Booth.
  770. 1910 Census, Murdock Twp, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 1A. Forrest D, Jessie R, Adie P, Gilbert D, & Lawrence N Borthick
    Ellen E Hargis (sisnlaw).
  771. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 562-01-8382.
  772. 1920 Census, Miami, Roberts, Texas, pg 275A. Forrest D, "Jessie", Pearl O, Gilbert D, Lawrence W, & "Helen" Borthick .
  773. 1930 Census, Denver, Denver, Colorado, pg 133A. Forest, Jessie, & Willis Borthick
    Perle (dau) & Donna (gdau) Parker.
  774. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 556-10-6387.
  775. SSDI, 562-01-8384.
  776. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 562-01-8385.
  777. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 571-34-4221.
  778. 1930 Census, Middlesborough, Bell, Kentucky, pg 86A. Fletcher, Sarah, Edward, & Della Broshear.
  779. SSDI, 402-16-6579.
  780. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.
  781. 1881 British Census, Subdistrict B, District 110, Lansdowne Rear, Leeds South, Ontario, pg 19. John, Sophrona, Mary, & Joseph Bolton
    Henry Staly.
  782. SSDI, 257-30-9699.
  783. SSDI, 412-24-1661.
  784. 1910 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 1A. Jefferson D, Mary, Boland P, Mattie, Almarine, Alice D, & Portland U Bowles.
  785. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , St Louis, Missouri.
  786. 1900 Census, Township 19, Creek Nation, Indian Territory, pg 87B. Franklin, Adaline, & Forest Bowlin.
  787. 1910 Census, Tulsa Ward 1, Tulsa, Oklahoma, pg 105B. Frank F, Adeline, Forest E, Claud, Jay M, Van N, Margaret, & Ruth Bowlin.
  788. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 19A. Jno, Marry A, Liza, Lorra, Don S, & Myrtle Bowline
    Charity Vaughn (boarder).
  789. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 140B. John M, Victoria A, & Minnie L Bolem.
  790. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 243A. Mary Vann
    Mary A Vaughan
    Charity Conner.
  791. Obituary, Daily Capital News - January 6, 1973. Don Bowlin, Eldon, dies

    Don S. Bowlin, 89, Eldon, died Wednesday at St. Mary's Hospital.

    Mr. Bowlin was born April 8, 1883, in Camden County, the son of John and Mary Vaughn Bowlin. He was married April 10, 1904, in Morgan County to Martha Louise Jobe who died April 23, 1971.

    He was a member of Union Baptist Church, Rocky Mount. He had served as a deacon of that church for a number of years.

    Survivors include: Four sons, Oliver F. Bowlin, Lone Jack, Lundie B. Bowlin and James L. Bowlin, both of Kansas City, Kan., and Ivan L. Bowlin, Eldon; a daughter, Mrs. Rose Simpson, Eldon; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Bunch, Eldon; 16 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Union Baptist Church with the Rev. J.N. Delong officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery under the direction of Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

  792. Obituary, Daily Capital News - October 2, 1974. Mrs. Bunch, Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Myrtle Bunch, 89, Eldon, died Monday at Charles E. Still Hospital, after a short illness.

    Mrs. Bunch was born Feb. 27, 185, in Camden County, the daughter of John and Mary Vaughan Bowlin. On May 13, 1905, she was married at Eldon to James V. Bunch, who died June 23, 1961.

    She was a member of the Blue Spring Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include: Three sons, Curtis Bunch, Rocky Mount, John Bunch and Basil Bunch, both of Eldon; three daughters, Mrs. Pearl Brewer, Waynesville, Miss Bertha Bunch, Tuscumbia, and Mrs. Dorine Dietzel, Alexandria, Va.; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Blue Springs Baptist Church, with the Rev. Ray Conyers and the Rev. C.W. Bunch officiating. Burial will be in the Blue Springs Cemetery, near Eldon. The Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, is in charge of arrangements.

  793. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 19B. Mat, Vicie, Willie, & Lizie Bowling
    Lizie Fraley (sisinlaw).
  794. 1920 Census, Sunshine, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 54B. J Mat, Visa, Willie, Lizzie, Earl, & Clyde Bowlay.
  795. 1930 Census, District 1, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 180A. Jim M, Vicie, Willie, & Earl Bowling.
  796. 1930 Census, Choctaw, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 44A. Joe A & Glennie P Bowling.
  797. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Nodaway, Missouri.
  798. SSDI, 491-42-3727.
  799. SSDI, 486-50-5426.
  800. 1880 Census, Bigelow, Holt, Missouri, pg 63A. Robert & Marth Boyd.
  801. 1900 Census, Bigelow, Holt, Missouri, pg 138A. Robt S, Martha E, Lafayett J, Ida M, Henry E, Isaac S, Walter J, & Earl Boyd.
  802. 1910 Census, Minton, Holt, Missouri, pg 131A. Robert S, Henry, Isaac, Walter, Earl, & John Boyd.
  803. 1920 Census, Minton, Holt, Missouri, pg 162B. Robert ?, Walter, Earl, & John Boyd.
  804. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Holt, Missouri.
  805. 1860 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 91. Ward, Levana, Margaret, & Mary Bozarth.
  806. 1870 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 31B. Ward, Martha E, Mary E, Julia A, Samantha, Rhoda F, John D, & Ida N Bozarth
    Sarah Johnson.
  807. 1880 Census, Prairie, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 59D. Ward, Martha E, Julia A, Lizzy J, Frances A, John D, Ida, Martha, Maud O, & Ward Bozarth.
  808. 1900 Census, Topeka Ward 2, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 250B. John D, Anastasia, Mary E, Lulu D, Maud M, E Ward (dad), & Martha E (mom) Bozarth.
  809. 1910 Census, 6-Wd Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, pg 113A. Ward E, Myrtle, Ruth, Edward (dad) & Martha (mom) Bozarth.
  810. 1895 Census, Topeka Ward 1, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 768. EW, Martha, Maud, & Wara ? Bozarth.
  811. 1915 Census, Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 22. Mrs MA, JD, Mrs Rosie, & Leota Bozarth.
  812. 1920 Census, Tecumseh, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 202B. John D, Rose, Leota, Bernise, John D, & Ward Bozarth.
  813. 1930 Census, Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 71B. John D, Rosa, Lota, Ward, Burrel, & Hurrel Bozarth.
  814. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Topeka,, Kansas.
  815. 1900 Census, Ruella, Harper, Kansas, pg 225A. _____, Maude B, & George E Messinger
    Ward Bozarth (binlaw).
  816. 1920 Census, Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 125B. Ward E & Imez R Bozarth
    Ralph E Goul (sinlaw).
  817. 1930 Census, Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, pg 185A. John W, Ida E, & George W Way
    Ward E Bozarth (roomer).
  818. 1850 Census, District 1, Adair, Missouri, pg 26B. William, Jane, William H & James T Bozarth.
  819. 1925 Census, Des Moines Ward 8, Polk, Iowa. Henry, Anna Belle, & Leslie Terrell
    Martha Jane Terrell (mom).
  820. SSDI, 541-16-3706.
  821. SSDI, 513-03-8140.
  822. SSDI, 514-03-2710.
  823. SSDI, 384-44-6073.
  824. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Chicago, Cook, Illinois.
  825. 1880 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 211A. Geo W, Lucinda M, Bessie May, Barney C Bradshaw.
  826. 1900 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 8B. George, Lucy, Arthur, Lulu, Samuel, & Alice Bradshaw.
  827. 1910 Census, Clark, Clay, Arkansas, pg 50B. Lulu & Mildred Powell
    Barney Bradshaw (boarder).
  828. 1900 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 91B. Henry, Christiana, John, & Inez Bradshaw.
  829. 1910 Census, Jackson Twp, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 90B. Henry L, Eliza C, John, Inez, & Mabel Bradshaw.
  830. 1920 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 121B. Everett V, Clara M, Pearl R, Earl O, Carl O, & Gold M Bragg.
  831. 1910 Census, Coal Creek, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 52A. Parlin, Dora, Levi, Harley, & Alonzo Brantley
    Bessie Robison
    Charles & Clyde Brantley.
  832. 1910 Census, Salt Lake, Polk, Oregon, pg 279B. Charles L, Mattie, & Vida L Bratcher
    James E Yoakum (broinlaw).
  833. 1920 Census, Salt Lake, Polk, Oregon, pg 156A. Charles L, Mattie, & Laverne Bratcher
    Inez Ridgeway (boarder)
    James E Yeokum (boarder).
  834. 1930 Census, McMinnville, Yamhill, Oregon, pg 125A. Charles L, Mattie H, & A Laverne
    Archie Finlay (boarder).
  835. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Polk, Oregon.
  836. Arizona Genealogy Birth and Death Certificates http://genealogy.az.gov/.
  837. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 142A. Martha, Sarah (dau), Daniel C (gson), & Mattie (gdau) Yoakum.
  838. SSDI, 543-16-3499 .
  839. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25A. James, Susanna, Johnie E, Mary A, Silas S, James, & Mandie M Breckenridge.
  840. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 95A. James, Matilda, Susa, Charlie, & Thomas Breeding.
  841. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 175B. Tho W, Marrgret, Janes B, Thomas B, Laura, Wm F, & Pearl Breeding.
  842. 1860 Census, Subdivision 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 321B. Thomas W, Margaret, John, Louisa, & George Breeding.
  843. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 269A. Thos W, Margaret, John R, Louisa, George, James, Thomas B, & Laura Breeding.
  844. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 175B. Sam, Sarah, Amanda, Mary A, Ellen P, Nancy E, & Sam T Breeding.
  845. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 175B. PL, Marrgret, Eliza J, Terressa A, Martha A, Cornelia (dead), Reuben F, & Nancy E Breeding.
  846. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 175C. LG, Paulina, Lousa L, Isaac N, Mary E, & Martha (dead) Breeding.
  847. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 95A. Louis G, Paulina, Lula L, Newton, Mary, Henry P, Ollie M, Lettie R, Arta A, & Lucy K Breeding.
  848. SSDI, 410-16-6956.
  849. SSDI, 463-05-0850.
  850. SSDI, 449-32-8878.
  851. 1920 Census, Grapevine, Tarrant, Texas, pg 127A. HF, Sarah A, Georgia May, Lee Roy, William Martin, & Anna Pearl Hurst.
  852. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Dallas, Texas, pg 5B. HT, Sara A, Georgia M, & Lee R Hurst
    Anna B Sanders (cousin).
  853. Texas Birth Index 1903 - 1997.
  854. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 102B. Amanda Standifer
    Sam, Nellie, Jessie & Lillie Breeding.
  855. 1910 Census, Dove, Tarrant, Texas, pg 72A. Samuel J, Nellie F, Thomas J, Lillie, Roy, Ethel, Alice, & Clarence Breeding.
  856. 1920 Census, Kirk, McCurtain, Oklahoma, pg 256B. Samuel J, Nellie, Jessie, Lillie, Roy, Ethel, Allice, Clarence, & John Breeding.
  857. SSDI, 443-52-1609.
  858. SSDI, 552-42-0899.
  859. SSDI, 466-14-4811.
  860. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 95B. Thomas, William F (son), Martha J (dauinlaw), & Maurice C (gson) Breeding
    Lillie M Parker (servant).
  861. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 113B. Frank W, Mary Z, Morrice C, James E, & Wesley (dad) Breeding.
  862. 1920 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 97A. William F, Dollie M, Maurice C, James E, & William J Breeding.
  863. 1930 Census, Springdale, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 233B. Dall, Bill, & Edd Breeding.
  864. SSDI, 722-09-3036.
  865. 1910 Census, District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 5B. Louis, Minnie, Alta, & Mollie (mother) Brewer.
  866. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 97A. Mary (?), Lewis, & Wiley F Brewer
    Isaiah Staniford (father).
  867. http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/vital/death.htm, Tennessee Death Index 1914-1925.
  868. 1910 Census, District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 13B. Wiley, Ella, & Paul Brewer.
  869. 1920 Census, District 1 Western Half, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 5A (written). Ella, Paul, Hazel, Ross, James, & Mack Brewer
    Mollie Mayes (minlaw).
  870. 1930 Census, District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 138B. Ella, Paul, Hazel, Ross, James & Mack Brewer.
  871. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 21A. Jas L, Lavina E, Liza Bell, & Ulyssis S Brewer.
  872. 1920 Census, Bagnell, Miller, Missouri, pg 149A. Ulus S, Lucy A, Orpha M, Willard, Opal, Treda, & Dessie Boner.
  873. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 119B. Ulysses, Lucy A, Maggie O, Treda V, & Dessie Brewer.
  874. SSDI, 490-14-0989.
  875. 1930 Census, Udall, Cowley, Kansas, pg 44A. Susan A Brewer.
  876. 1920 Census, Udall, Cowley, Kansas, pg 68B. John W & Susan A Brewer.
  877. 1910 Census, Maple, Cowley, Kansas, pg 161B. JW, Susie, Odis, & Manlug Brewer.
  878. 1900 Census, Rock Creek, Cowley, Kansas, pg 121A. John, Susan, Elizabeth, Joseph, Elva, Daniel, & George Brewer.
  879. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Cowley, Kansas.
  880. SSDI, 511-05-2140.
  881. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - December 29, 2000. Orpha May Brewer Woolley, 97, Belle, died Dec. 27, 2000, at Frene Valley Nursing Home, Owensville.

    She was born July 13, 1903, in Miller County, a daughter of Ulysless and Lucy Gier Brewer. She was married March 2,1922, in Tuscumbia, to Fred Henry Woolley, who died Feb. 26, 1979.

    She worked at International Shoe Company, Belle, until retirement. She was a member of the Faith Baptist Church, Belle,VFW Ladies Auxiliary and an honorary member of the Christian Singles Group.

    Survivors include: two sons, Lloyd Woolley and Harold "Wimp" Woolley, both of Belle; five daughters, Pearl Pointer, Woodriver, Ill., Brooksie Hicks, St. Johns, Maxine Wilhold, Edwardsville, Ill., and Judy Picker and Mildred Green, both of Belle; two sisters, Opal Bunch and Treda Schupp, both of Eldon; 28 grandchildren; 48 great-grandchildren; and 16 great-great-grandchildren.

    Two sons, Virgil Dean Wooley and Fred Junior Woolley, two granddaughters and one great-granddaughter, preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Faith Baptist Church, Belle. Burial will be in Liberty Cemetery, Belle.

    Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Sassmann's Funeral Home, Belle.

  882. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - February 21, 2005. Opal Bunch, age 92, of Stover, Mo., died Saturday, February 19, 2005, in Stover, Mo.

    Survivors include: one daughter and son-in-law, Anna Belle and Elroy Franklin, of Stover; two sons and daughters-in-law,Floyd A. and Beverly Bunch, of Pleasant Hill, Mo., and Roy W. & Audrey Bunch, of Greenwood, Mo.; one sister, Treda Schupp, of Eldon, Mo.; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and two great great grandchildren.

    Visitation will be held from 12-2 p.m. on Tuesday, February 22 at the Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon, Mo.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, February 22, at the funeral home. Burial will take place in the Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Barnett, Mo.

  883. SSDI, 492-48-1365.
  884. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune, Thursday, May 27, 1999. Dessie V. Cox, 79, Jefferson City, died May 27, 1999, at Beverly Health and
    Rehabilitation Center. She was born June 29, 1919, in Miller County, a daughter of Ulysses S. and Lucy Gier Brewer. She was married Feb. 21, 1936, in California, to the Rev. Charles H. Cox, who survives at the home.

    A lifelong resident of Central Missouri, she attended Southwest Baptist College, Bolivar. She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church and the Fidelis Sunday school class.

    Other survivors include: two daughters, Carol Drewel, Jefferson City, and Betty
    Chadwick, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; one son, William C. Cox, Nevada; three sisters, Orpha Woolley, Belle, Opal Bunch, Rocky Mount, and Treda Schupp, Eldon; nine grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Fredman Mortuary. The Rev Doyle Sager will
    officiate. Burial will be in Dooley Cemetery, near Eldon. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m.
    Friday. Memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church Building Fund in Jefferson City or Eldon.

  885. 1920 Census, Los Angeles Assembly District 66, Los Angeles, California, pg 243B. Thomas, Wanda M, & Howard Brise
    Susie Sappington (minlaw)
    Arthur F, Hazel M (dau), & Arthur F Torrence.
  886. 1930 Census, Ward 9, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, pg 99A. Thomas H & May Helen Brice.
  887. 1900 Census, Rudd, Floyd, Iowa, pg 230A. George C, Charlotte E, Effie M, & Fayette Briggs.
  888. 1910 Census, Van Buren, Clay, Indiana, pg 152B. Charles & Sarah Brill.
  889. Indiana Death Index, 1882 - 1920.
  890. SSDI, 275-50-4328.
  891. SSDI, 277-16-7028.
  892. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - January 13, 1936. MRS. TABITHA BRINEGAR DIES AT HER HOME HERE AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS
    Mrs. Tabitha Conner Brinegar died at her home 507 Franklin street, at 1 o'clock this afternoon after a nine days illness of pneumonia. She was 77 years old.

    Mrs. Brinegar was born at Bagnell, Mo., Feb. 25, 1859 and married Robert Brinegar May 29, 1887. They have resided in Jefferson City for the past thirty years.

    Besides her husband she is survived by four daughters, Mrs. H.W. Arnel, Mrs. Henry Crevell, Mrs. C.R. Dyck of Jefferson City, Mrs. Ed Sessinghaus of Omaha, Neb. and one son, Jack Brinegar of Kirksville. A brother, E.A. Conner, a sister, Mrs. Dora Spaulding both of Jefferson City, twenty-one grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren also survive.

    She was a member of the Church of God of this city.

    The funeral will take place here.

  893. Obituary, Lincoln Journal Star (NE) - Sunday, June 9, 2002. Cagle - Helen Juanita Brinker, 82, formerly of Tatum, N.M., died Friday (6/7/02) at Independence House in Lincoln following a long illness.

    The oldest child of Dowe Pleas Brinker and Lula Mae Manning Brinker, she was born in Sulfur Springs, Texas, April 13, 1920. She moved with her parents and brothers in 1928 to West Texas,where her father was a farmer and her mother a teacher.

    In "My Story," a short autobiography given to her family in the late 1990s, Helen Brinker Cagle told of growing up poor, picking cotton and dragging along a sack holding as much as 450 lbs. of the fibers. She also recounted her love of learning and her voracious appetite for books of any kind.

    In spite of having to miss much school while working in her father's fields during her childhood, she graduated as valedictorian of her high school class. She then attended Wayland Baptist College in Plainview, Texas, and graduated as salutatorian from that then two-year institution. After attending Texas Technological College in Lubbock, Texas, for a year, she had to leave school for financial reasons, and took a teaching job in Bledsoe, Texas.

    She met and was courted, some of the time in the kitchen of the teacherage where she was living, by Larence Lindall Cagle, whom she married in 1942. She finally graduated in 1949 from Texas Tech. She later received her master's degree from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales.

    Helen and Lindall Cagle had four children who were reared and educated mostly in Tatum, N.M., which included having their mother as their English and sometimes also as their Spanish teacher.

    When she retired from teaching in 1981, she had taught for 36 years in three different schools. She taught 1st through 4th grades and general science, English and Spanish in high school. In the latter part of her career she taught English and Spanish half the day and was the librarian the other half.

    Her autobiography also recounted her love of home economics, which she'd hoped to teach, but never did. She did, however, eventually get to teach her other great love, English literature.

    She was very active in the Baptist Church throughout her life, teaching Sunday School classes, Bible School and singing in the choir. The church together with her family and teaching were the cornerstones of her life.

    Helen Brinker Cagle was preceded in death by her husband, Larence Lindall Cagle, and her brothers Glen and Harold Brinker. She is survived by her sister and brother-in-law Joyce Brinker Wittner and Ray Wittner of Midwest City, Okla., her children and sons- and daughters-in-law, Mary Lynn Cagle Tuck and George Tuck of Lincoln; Larence Glen Cagle and Patricia Preble Cagle of Pensacola, Fla.; Carrol Dean Cagle and Melinda Reeves Cagle of The Woodlands, Texas; and Karen Sue Cagle McBeth and Steve McBeth of Lincoln; 12 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and hundreds of former students.

    Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Roper and Sons Funeral Home, 4300 O St., Lincoln. Pastor Michael Hertzler,Faith Bible Church will officiate. Interment will be at a later date in Tatum, N.M. Those services will be directed by Smith-Rogers Funeral Home, Lovington, N.M. Memorials to Hospice/care of Nebraska, 1600 S. 70th St., No. 201, Lincoln 68506.

  894. 1860 Census, Beat 4, Cherokee, Texas, pg 471B. Jacob, Stephen, Jacob, Alice & EG Brinley.
  895. 1850 Census, , Cherokee, Texas, pg 810. Jacob, Jane, Bening, Nancy E, John, Stephen, Elizabeth, Jacob, & Allis Brinley
    W & John Jacobs.
  896. 1860 Census, Beat 4, Cherokee, Texas, pg 472A. John & Mary Brinley.
  897. 1870 Census, , Bastrop, Texas, pg 554B. Steph Bremkey.
  898. 1880 Census, , Bastrop, Texas, pg 116B. Stephen, Mary, Norman, & Lisle Brinley.
  899. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 4, Bastrop, Texas, pg 167A. James E & Mary Creech
    Norma McKinzy (sdau)
    Lyle Brinley (sson).
  900. 1860 Census, Precinct 6, Lamar, Texas, pg 128B. Cynthia, John F, Hugh R, & Fredonia Hamilton
    Mary E Brindley.
  901. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Paris, Texas.
  902. 1910 Census, Civil District 5, Henry, Tennessee, pg 130B. William J, Nellie M, Flora J, James L, & Vivian G Brite
    Lamasa Y & James R Williams (stepkids)
    Martha M (mominlaw) & Flint R (broinlaw) Cravins
    David Henry (servant).
  903. 1900 Census, Civil District 12, Henry, Tennessee , pg 186B. William J, Nettie C, Robt C, Rubie M, Flora J, James L, & Vivion G Brite
    Bettie, Yancy, & Mary Willis (boarders)
    Martha M Craven (boarder).
  904. 1920 Census, Civil District 5, Henry, Tennessee, pg 141A. WJ, Nelle, James L, Vivian G, & Virginia Brite
    James Williams (stepson).
  905. 1930 Census, District 5, Henry, Tennessee, pg 160A. William J, Nelle M, & James L Brite
    James A Williams (stepson)
    Virginia ? & Winnie S (dauinlaw) Brite.
  906. 1860 Census, Berlin, Green Lake, Wisconsin, pg 812. Nicholas, Matilda, Francis, Eugenia, Adeline, & Martin J Cobler
    Anna, Ellen, & Lucy Brittendall.
  907. , Pleasant Grove, Olmsted, Minnesota. HR, AA, & ER Britendall.
  908. 1875 Census, Oronoco, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 420. Henry Bitendahl.
  909. 1870 Census, Pleasant Grove, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 306. Charles & Martha Russell
    Lucy Britendoll.
  910. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 21A. APM, Rachael P, Cora B, Pernia F, Della M, Alfered E, Ethel E, Geo M, Clara L, Molley F, WFA, & Bertha L Brizindine.
  911. 1880 Census, Linn, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 505A. APM & RP Brizendine.
  912. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - December 30, 1966. Rites Saturday For Mrs. Cooper

    ELDON (Special) - Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Kays Funeral Home Chapel for Mrs. Della May Cooper, 81, who died Thursday at a Jefferson City hospital.

    The Rev. Earl Wood will officiate at funeral services.

    Burial will be at the Blue Springs Cemetery.

    Mrs. Cooper was the daughter of Past and Rachel Epps Brendine.

    A lifelong resident of the Eldon area, she was a member of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.

    She was married to the late Jim Evans. In later years she was married to the late Willard Cooper.

    Survivors include three sons, Melvin Evans of Kansas City, Kan.; Emil Evans of Blue Springs; and Basil Evans of the home in Eldon.

    Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Clara Blakemore, Yuba City, Calif.; Mrs. Mollie Caranger, Eldon; and Mrs. Bertha Ashinhurst, Independence.

    She is survived by eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

  913. SSDI, 495-30-3321.
  914. 1930 Census, Cedar, Chase, Kansas, pg 233A. Albert, Maude, Charles T, & Anne Brizendine.
  915. SSDI, 487-12-8374.
  916. SSDI, 513-40-2215.
  917. 1850 Census, 7th Subdistrict, Clairborne, Tennessee, pg 305B. Andrew J, Sally, Samuel, Martha A, Winfield S, Louiza, & Jackson Brock.
  918. 1860 Census, Dist No 3d,Union,Tennessee, pg 437b. A.J., Phebe, Samuel R, Martha A, Winfield S, & Louisa Brock.
  919. 1870 Census, 3rd District,Union,Tennessee. A.J., Pheeba, & Windfield S Brock, E Waggoner, Ida Hufmon.
  920. 1900 Census, 6126194 Union, Tennessee, pg 67. Andrew J & Phoebe Brock & Margaret L (servant) & Charlie R Neal (boarder).
  921. Goodspeed's History of Union County Tennessee www.tngenweb.usit.com/union. A.J. Brock was a sheriff from 1860-62.
  922. 1890 Vetran's Schedule, District 1, Bradley, Tennessee. Andrew J Brock Private Company E Regiment 7 Tennessee Infantry 12 Aug 1864-1865 Dissability Incured: Disease of Lungs and Heart.
  923. 1840 Census, , Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 205. Andrew J Brock: Males(2000110000000) Females(0000100000000).
  924. 1910 Census, District 103, District 2, Knox, Tennessee, pg 46B. Winfield S & Mary A Brock & Minnie Witt & Phoebe Brock.
  925. Footprints:Union County, Tennessee Cemetaries, pg 18. Gives birth & death dates.
  926. Sallie Hayes, Union County, Tennessee Cemetaries, pg 5. Cemetary listed as Big Barn Cemetary.
  927. 1860 Census, District 4, Decatur, Tennessee, pg. W A J, M, I M, & P Brock.
  928. 1870 Census, District 2, Decatur, Tennessee, pg 11. Mary, Parlle, John L & Jemima G Brock.
  929. 1880 Census, District 2, Decatur, Tennessee, pg 19B. Elizabeth Philips
    Mary (dau) & Emily J (gdau) Brock.
  930. Sallie Hayes, Union County, Tennessee Cemetaries, pg 5. Gives birth & death dates.
  931. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 164B. Winfield & Mary A. Brock.
  932. 1920 Census, Civil District 2, Knox, Tennessee, pg 40A. Scott Brock
    Sallie, Alvin, & Mary Elizabeth Harper.
  933. 1920 Census, Denver, Denver, Colorado, pg 239A. Charles R & Catherine B Brock.
  934. 1910 Census, Denver Ward 8, Denver, Colorado, pg 186B . Charles R & Katherine B Brock.
  935. 1930 Census, Denver, Denver, Colorado, pg 253A. Katherine B Brock.
  936. 1900 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 170B. Daniel, Martha, Foster, Dora, Elmer, Lillie, Lucy, & Virgil Brock.
  937. 1910 Census, Bush, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 142A. Daniel, Mattie, Foster, Dora, Elmer, Lillie, Lucy, & Virgil Brock.
  938. 1920 Census, Bush, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 246A. Daniel, Mattie, & Virgil Brock.
  939. 1930 Census, District 6, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 172B. Dan & Mattie Brock.
  940. Laurel County Historical Society, Southeast Laurel County Cemeteries, v. 2.
  941. 1920 Census, Bush, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 258A. Elmer, Annie, Ida, Hobart, & Vernon Brock.
  942. 1930 Census, District 6, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 172B. Virgil, Leede, Estella, Waiton, Lellie, & Lelia Brock.
  943. 1860 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 138A. DR, Mary L, Charles R, & Laura E Brock.
  944. 1870 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 225B. Daniel, Mary, Robert, Laura, Nancy, Lucy, Waller, Maria, & Ragan Brock.
  945. 1930 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 3B. George, Nannie, Mary L, & Robert Brock
    DR Brock (fathinlaw).
  946. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Denver, Denver, Colorado.
  947. 1930 Census, Denver, Denver, Colorado, pg 27A. Elmer L Sr, Nora L, Elmer L Jr, & Charles L Brook.
  948. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 132A. Oscar D, Lottie, & Virginia C Brock.
  949. 1900 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 168A. Doctor Y, Mary ?, Minnie B, Dellie M, Nancy J, Lillie, & Mallie Brack.
  950. SSDI, 522-14-6153.
  951. 1900 Census, Fairview, Jasper, Iowa, pg 71A. George A, Valura, Bonnie V, & George V Brock.
  952. 1910 Census, Mound Prairie, Jasper, Iowa, pg 138A. George A, Valura M, Bonnie V, & George V Brock.
  953. 1920 Census, Mount Prairie, Jasper, Iowa, pg 135A. George A, Valura, Bonnie, & George V Brock.
  954. 1930 Census, Mound Prairie, Jasper, Iowa, pg 158A. George A & Valura M Brock.
  955. SSDI, 482-18-9552.
  956. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 132B. George G, Mannie, Mary L, & Robert Brock.
  957. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 31B. George G, Nannie, & Ethel B (stepdau) Brock.
  958. 1900 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 170B. George R, Lizzie, Myrtie, Warren, & William Brack.
  959. 1910 Census, Harper, Whitman, Washington, pg 40A. George R, Myrtie E, Warren E, Ray R, Grace S, & Walton O Brock.
  960. 1930 Census, Walla Walla, Walla Walla, Washington, pg 5A. G R Brock.
  961. SSDI, 534-12-9812.
  962. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Walla Walla, Washington.
  963. SSDI, 538-09-7536.
  964. SSDI, 542-09-2620.
  965. 1880 Census, Vineyard, Lawrence, Missouri, pg 470B. George, Lydia, John A, William J, & Inez Ann Brock.
  966. 1900 Census.
  967. 1910 Census, Township 6, Bryan, Oklahoma, pg 100B. Lidda J, Etta C, & James R Brock.
  968. 1920 Census, Cleveland Ward 2, Pawnee, Oklahoma, pg 248B. James R & Linda (mom) Brock
    Alice (niece) & George (neph) Lievsay.
  969. 1900 Census, Kentucky, Saline, Arkansas, pg 44B. James A, Isaac A, Lydia S, Walter, & Ethel A Harrison
    John A Brock (laborer)
    Thomas & John N McCarvelle.
  970. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Saline, Arkansas.
  971. 1910 Census, Kentucky, Saline, Arkansas, pg 34A. John, Ida, Willie, Allis, John Jr, & Eithel Brock.
  972. 1920 Census, Scott, Pulaski, Arkansas, pg 2B. John A, George W, Alice, John A Jr, Ethel, Allen J, Mary, & Woodrow Brock.
  973. Arkansas Death Index, 1914 - 1950.
  974. 1930 Census, Earl, Jefferson, Oklahoma, pg 122B. William J, Lizzie N, William J, Mary L, Joseph R, Vernon F, Katherene M, & Woodrow R (neph) Brock.
  975. 1920 Census, Bokchito, Bryan, Oklahoma, pg 253A. William J, Nancy E, George E, Bertie A, Lucy E, John D, William J, & Mary L Brock.
  976. 1910 Census, Township 6, Bryan, Oklahoma, pg 101A. William J, Elizabeth, George E, Bertha A, & Lucy E Brack
    Gordon W Blakeley (servant).
  977. 1900 Census, Saline, Saline, Arkansas, pg 134B. William, Laura, & George Brock.
  978. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Bryan, Oklahoma.
  979. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Pawnee, Oklahoma.
  980. 1930 Census, Cleveland, Pawnee, Oklahoma, pg 152A. Robert & Maud Brock.
  981. 1930 Census, Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, pg 299B. George, Ethel (wife), Clara (sis), Jack A (bro), & George W (son) Brock.
  982. SSDI, 431-16-9124.
  983. 1840 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 5. John Brock, Sen. males: (0001000010000) females:(0000110001000).
  984. 1830 Census, , Clark, Kentucky, pg 83. John Brock: Males(0101000100000) Females(0002100100000).
  985. 1850 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 28A. John, Oma, George, Andrew I, Lydia, John, William, James & Polly Brock.
  986. Pension Records. War of 1812.
  987. 1860 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 370. John, Margett E, William H, & Sussan Brock.
  988. 1870 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 141A. John, Margret E, Wm H, Susan, Mary EJ, Geo A, & Leander Brock.
  989. 1880 Census, , Ness, Kansas, pg 322B. John, Margaret, Susan, Mary E, George A, & Lilla Ma Brock.
  990. 1900 Census, Waring, Ness, Kansas, pg 245B. John & Lilly May Brock.
  991. 1910 Census, Waring, Ness, Kansas, pg 169B. John & Lilly M Brock.
  992. 1920 Census, Waring, Ness, Kansas, pg 78B. Aldred C, Susan, John A, & Thresa Thompson
    John Brock (binlaw).
  993. 1885 Census, Nevada, Ness, Kansas, pg 3. John & ME Brock
    Mary EJ & L Gr Garr.
  994. 1895 Census, Waring, Ness, Kansas, pg 5. John & Lillie M Brock.
  995. 1905 Census, Waring, Ness, Kansas, pg 2. John & Lillie Brock.
  996. 1915 Census, Waring, Ness, Kansas, pg 4. John Brock.
  997. 1880 Census, , Ness, Kansas, pg 322B. Wm H Brock.
  998. 1850 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 30A. Ragan, Matilda, Elizabeth, William, Mahala, John, Lydia, Rebecca, Daniel, George, Nancy, & Matilda Brock.
  999. 1860 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 380. Ragan, Matilda, Rebecca, Daniel R, George, Matilda, & Manerva Brock.
  1000. 1870 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 139A. Ragan, Matildy, & Matildy Brock
    Leddia, Elizabeth, Sallie, & Joseph H Willaim
    Maneva Brock.
  1001. 1880 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 224D. John, Matilda, Flora, Oliver, & Scott McFetridge
    Matilda Brock (minlaw).
  1002. SSDI, 431-54-2599.
  1003. SSDI, 430-09-1845.
  1004. 1880 Census, District 2, Decatur, Tennessee, pg 22C. John, Mary, & Cordelia Brock.
  1005. 1900 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 170B. William & Eliza Brack.
  1006. 1880 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 225B. William, Eliza, Daniel, Mary, George, William, & Doctor Brock.
  1007. 1870 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 133B. William, Eliza, Young, Levi, Daniel, Mary E, Geo R, & William E Brack.
  1008. 1860 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 458. William, Eliza, Doctor Y, & Levi Brock.
  1009. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 141B. William & Eliza Brock.
  1010. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 170B. Samuel R & Mayme J Brock
    .
  1011. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee, pg 13A. Sam R & Mame J Brock.
  1012. 1880 Census, Polk, Ray, Missouri, pg 306C. Frank, Diana, William, Mary A, George, & Betty Brock.
  1013. 1900 Census, Polk, Ray, Missouri, pg 157B. William, Flora, Artie H, Willie G, & John F Brock.
  1014. World War II Draft Registration Cards, , San Joaquin, California.
  1015. SSDI, 558-09-3853.
  1016. Obituary, The Daily Ardmoreite - October 23, 2008. Mary Griffith

    Funeral Services for Mrs. Mary Griffith, 90, former Loco resident, are scheduled for 2:oo pm Friday October 24, 2008 at the Loco First Baptist Church with Rev. Randy Southerland officiating. Interment will follow at Dixie Cemetery under the direction of Alexander Funeral Home in Ringling.

    Mary was born March 3, 1918 at Cornish, OK to the late William Jefferson and Elizabeth Nancy (Blakely) Brock. She departed this life Wed., October 22, 2008 at an Ardmore nursing facility.

    Mary was raised in the Loco area attending school at Mountain Home. She married Mr. J.M. Griffith December 1, 1934 north of Ringling. They continued to live in the Loco area all of their lives, raising their 11 children. Mary was a devoted homemaker, who loved to read her bible, cook and travel. She was a lifetime member of the Loco Baptist Church.

    Preceding her in death is her parents, Husband, February 20, 1973, 3 Sons, J.W.”Dub”, Tony, and Virgil Griffith, Son in Law, Dan Wells, Grandchildren, David Griffith, Barbara Kay Veneigh, Carrie Layne Collins, Curtis Griffith and Kevin Price. Brothers, Joe, Vernon, Bill and George Brock, Sisters, Katie Janoe, Lucy Beams, and Bertie Kinnard.

    Survivors include 3 sons, Herman Griffith and wife Janice of Ringling, Jack Griffith and wife Margaret, Leroy Griffith and wife Lynn both of Lone Grove. 5 Daughters, Lois Boller and husband Stewart of Eufaula, Joyce Ellis and husband Marvin of Ardmore, Jean Remington and husband Les of North Port, Alabama, Phyllis Carney of Oklahoma City, and Karron Wells of Duncan. 94 grand, great, and great great grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.

    Pallbearers will be Grandsons and honorary bearers will be Rob Johnson, Joe Roberts, Bill Newman, Harold Lawrence and Charlie Cain.

    Donations may be made in memory to the Elmbrook Nursing Home at 1811 9th Ave. NW, Ardmore, OK 73401.

    Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.alexanderfuneralhome.org.

  1017. SSDI, 463-34-5676.
  1018. SSDI, 465-40-1352.
  1019. SSDI, 462-22-2978.
  1020. SSDI, 467-54-3704.
  1021. Obituary, Wichita Falls Times Record News (TX) - Saturday, November 18, 2006 . SAINT JO - Veda Olivette Steadham Brogdon, 91, of Forestburg died Thursday, Nov. 16 in Muenster.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the Forestburg Methodist Church with the Rev. Sam Campbell and C.E. Cole officiating.Burial will be in Dye Mound Cemetery, Montague County under the direction of McCoy Funeral Home.

    Mrs. Brogdon was an LVN.

    Survivors include three daughters, Jane Stedge of Cleburne, Texas, Margue Hess of Forestburg and Becky Scott of Waco,Texas; son, Max Brogdon of Tarrington, Wy.; sister, Lucille Cummings of Saint Jo; 13 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.

    Family dinner will be served at noon today at the Forestburg Community Center.

    Memorials may be made to Dye Mound Church Fund or Preservation of Pioneer Cemetery of Montague. Preservation memorial should be sent to: Phyllis Berry, 5620 Dixie School Road, Nocona, Texas 76255.

  1022. SSDI, 450-86-4768.
  1023. SSDI, 408-44-0570.
  1024. 1850 Census, Leyden, Lewis, New York, pg 87B. George, Mary, & Rositta Brooks.
  1025. 1860 Census, Leyden, Lewis, New York, pg 307A. George M, Mary J, Homer G, & Mary R Brooks.
  1026. 1870 Census, Township 7 Range 9, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 330B. Homer Brooks (laborer).
  1027. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 241B. Amos, Elizabeth, James W, John W, & Clary L Brown.
  1028. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 262B. AJ, ME, Jas W, JW, SF, RC, WA, DE, MA, & AJ Brown.
  1029. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25A. Robert C, Anna E, Willie M, & Amos J Brown.
  1030. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33A. Robert C, Bee, Orville A, Raynond, Norman R, Willis M, & Amos J Brown.
  1031. Obituary, The Chillicothe Constitution Tribune - December 19, 1966. Mrs. Clara Kehr Dies at Home Near Meadville

    Mrs. Clara Kehr died Saturday afternoon at the family home, northeast of Meadville.

    Born April 25, 1870 at Bagnell, she was the daughter of Amos Brown and Elizabeth (Vaughn) Brown. She was married to John Kehr, who died in 1939. She also was preceded in death by a son, William in 1955, and a daughter.

    Surviving are a son C.B. Kehr of Chillicothe, 10 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren, and 11 great-great grandchildren.

    The body is being taken today to the Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon, where funeral services will be held at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. Burial will be in the Woods cemetery, near Eldon.

  1032. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36A. Amos J, Sarah R, Mary M, & Martha E Brown
    Nora M Small (stepdau).
  1033. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27B. Amos J, Sarah R, Mary M, Martha E, & Jesse E Brown
    Nora M Blankenship (stepdau).
  1034. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 139B. Amos J, Sarah R, Jesse E, & Ch... E Brown
    Carl A (Gson)
    Martha R Slaven (mother).
  1035. 1870 Census, Walker, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 465A. C, L, M, S, M, L, & J Brown.
  1036. 1880 Census, Walker, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 470D. CC, Eliza, Mandania, Louiza, Jno, Robert, & Columbus Brown.
  1037. 1900 Census, Walker, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 91B. CC, Carenian, Wilson, Metildy, Ab, Gabel, Anna, Savena, & Gorge Brown
    Sam Stevens (boarder).
  1038. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 106A. Pierce J, Ollie D, & John P Gordon
    Cirilda J & John L Brown.
  1039. 1920 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 133B. John W, Cirrdla A, Loueasa E, & Johny L Brown.
  1040. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 8B. Robert, Ato, Grace, Eliza, & Homer Brown.
  1041. 1920 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 132B. Robert E, Ato M, Grace L, Homer E, Claud C, Bertha E, Robert H, Galard C, & Harold K Brown.
  1042. 1920 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 131A. Columbus H, Elsie B, & Delman ? Brown
    Evelyn Alexander (stepdau)
    Oarise W, Opal H, & Margie B Brown.
  1043. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 8B. Colenbus, Julia, John, Edward, Lucy, Sophrona, & infant Brown.
  1044. 1910 Census, St James, Phelps, Missouri, pg 247A. Clment, Maybelle, Mary M, Hattie E, & Edward L Brown
    Harry E Parke (broinlaw).
  1045. 1900 Census, Saint Ferdinand, St Louis, Missouri, pg 201A. Clem, May Belle, Mary E & Hattie Brown
    Alburtine Hoferer (boarder).
  1046. 1920 Census, Saint James, Phelps, Missouri, pg 123A. Clement, Maybelle, Emily M, Hattie E, Edward R, & Parke Brown.
  1047. 1930 Census, Saint James, Phelps, Missouri, pg 244B. Clem, Maybell, Emily, & Parke Brown.
  1048. SSDI, 498-07-0080.
  1049. Obituary, Daily Capital News - June 7, 1969. Mrs. Connor dies at hospital

    Mrs. Goldie Marie Connor, 68, Eldon, died Thursday at a Jefferson City Hospital.

    Mrs. Connor was born June 21, 1900, at Bagnell, daugher of Ed and Rebecca Woods Brown.

    She was married April 2, 1916 at Bagnell to William E. Connor, who preceded her in death May 8, 1966.

    Survivors include three sons, Burdett L. Connor, Eldon, Warren D. Connor, Eldon, Donald E. Connor, Rockhill; one daughter, Mrs. Beverly A. Ward, Columbia; two sisters, Mrs. Chloe Blankenship and Mrs. Beulah Vaughn, both of Independence; and one brother, Lloyd Brown, Melborn, Kan. Fourteen grandchildren also survive.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church with the Rev. T.W. Bunch officiating. Burian (sic) will be in the Riley Lamb Cemetery. The Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon is in charge of arrangements.

  1050. Obituary, Daily Capital News - November 24, 1973. Mrs. Brown, Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Belva M. Brown, 73, Eldon, died Wednesday at St. Mary's Health Center.

    She was born Feb. 3, 1900, in Moniteau County, the daughter of Fielden and Eliza Vaughn McDaniel. On June 18, 1916, she was married to Edward Oscar Brown, who died Dec. 22, 1962.

    Mrs. Brown was a member of the Aurora Springs Baptist Church near Eldon.

    Survivors include: Three daughters, Mrs. Arlene Brown, Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Dorothy McDowell, Kansas City, and Mrs. Faye Richardson, Eldon; one son, Carl Brown, Kansas City, Kan.; one brother Aubry McDaniel, Kansas City, Kan.; 17 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. A.E. Williams officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery, Eldon.

  1051. 1900 Census, Civil District 12, Henry, Tennessee , pg 191A. Ernest, Chester, Sarah E (mom), & Frank (bro) Brown
    Bert Harding (servant)
    Robt Stratton (servant).
  1052. 1900 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 50A. Elias ?, Mary A, George M, Samuel F, Mary C, Ada F, Bertha, & Margaret Cooper.
  1053. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - March 7, 1957. Rites Set Friday For Mrs. Harbison

    Funeral services for Mrs. Cirilda Brown Harbison will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. in the Tuscumbia Baptist Church. Mrs. Harbison died Tuesday morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lucy Voughan, Eldon.

    Burial will be in the Tuscumbia Cemetery.

    Mrs. Harbison is a life long resident of Miller county and was born May 27, 1870, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Voughan.

    Surviving are: three sons, Clarence Brown of Eldon, Alfred and John of Kansas City; three daughters, Mrs. Nora Vaughan, Eldon, Mrs. Ollie Corden and Mrs. Louise Bellinger of Kansas City; 19 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren; three sisters and a brother.

    Preceding her in death were two husbands, John W. Brown and John Harbison.

  1054. Obituary. Nora M. Vaughan, (92), of Rte 3, Eldon, died Sunday, June 12,1988
    at Eldon Skilled Care Center.

    She was born September 2, 1895 in California, Missouri to John W. and
    Cirilda A. Vaughan Brown. On November 19, 1916 she was married in Tuscumbia to Floyd E. Vaughan, who died November 7, 1974.

    Mrs. Vaughan was a member of the Tuscumbia First Baptist Church and had lived in Miller County all of her life.

    Surviving her are four sons: Alva James Vaughan of Eldon, John Milton Vaughan of Diamond Bar , California, Byron Paul Vaughan of aHabra Heights, California, and Floyd Don Vaughan of Orlando, Florida; six grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

    Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Tuscumbia First
    Baptist Church with the Rev. Wesley Herweck officiating. Burial was in the
    Tuscumbia Cemetery under the direction of Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon.

  1055. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 5, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 251A. Orval L, Ora M, & Fern C McDaniel.
  1056. 1925 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 3. Orville L, Ora, Fern, Thelma, Viola, & Orville L McDaniel.
  1057. SSDI, 497-05-5408.
  1058. 1870 Census, Subdiv 144, Bartow, Georgia, pg 527B. Mary J, Alexander, Zachariah A, Mary E, John L & Martha S Brown.
  1059. 1860 Census, District 936, Cass, Georgia, pg 883B. Vincent, Martha J, Henry, Alexander B, Cornelia V, Augustus B, & John G Brown.
  1060. 1900 Census, Redlands, San Bernadino, California, pg 103A. John & Mary J (mother) Brown.
  1061. SSDI, 466-40-1450.
  1062. SSDI, 510-07-0895.
  1063. 1920 Census, Sedalia Ward 1, Pettis, Missouri, pg 46A. Emil H & Bertha Edith Bruemmer.
  1064. 1930 Census, Sedalia, Pettis, Missouri, pg 23B. Emil & Bertha Bruemmer.
  1065. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Pettis, Missouri.
  1066. 1880 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 25B. William, Sarah F, Lee F, & Sarah G Cleeton
    Geo F & Lucy J (dau) Brundidge.
  1067. 1870 Census, Jefferson, Saline, Missouri, pg 125A. NS, George F, Henrietta, Christiana, & Marthena Brundidge
    Susanah Rice.
  1068. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 215A. George F & Perlina E Brundege.
  1069. 1920 Census, El Reno Ward 4, Canadian, Oklahoma, pg 108A. George F & Pearlina Baundege.
  1070. 1900 Census, Franklin, Howard, Missouri, pg 74A. George, Pirlina E, Taylor M, Susan W, & Melvin J Brundege
    Louie Downy (son).
  1071. 1910 Census, El Reno Ward 4, Canadian, Oklahoma, pg 117B. George F, Perlina E, & Melvin J Brundege.
  1072. 1910 Census, Kickapoo, Leavenworth, Kansas, pg 173A. Taylor M Brundage (solider).
  1073. SSDI, 255-24-5185.
  1074. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Staten Island, Richmond, New York.
  1075. 1850 Census, District 8, Boone, Missouri, pg 330A. John S & Rachael Brundridge.
  1076. 1870 Census, Township 51, Boone, Missouri, pg 243A. Melissa Bundridge (works in house).
  1077. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Pope, Arkansas.
  1078. 1910 Census, Moreland Twp, Pope, Arkansas, pg 29A. Jefferson D, Texana T, Granberry P, Bertie M, Claude E, Elbert J, & Clarice M (dinlaw) Bruton.
  1079. 1900 Census, Valley, Pope, Arkansas, pg 210B. Jefferson D, Tabitha, Granberry, Bertie M, Cecil C, Elbert J, U??? C , & Louisa (mom) Bruton.
  1080. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Sequoyah, Oklahoma.
  1081. 1930 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 127B. Edmond P ?, Eva, Mabel, & Gladys Bryant
    Mattie George (niece).
  1082. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 20B. Paschal E, Eva, Mabel, & Virginia ? Bryant.
  1083. 1880 Census, Ursa, Adams, Illinois, pg 335D. SAD, Mary, Dora ?, & Nunn Bryant.
  1084. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Mifflin, Pennsylvania.
  1085. 1900 Census, Bratton, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 27B. Mary Cummer
    Alice Miller (niece)
    Albert W (boarder) & Martha R(niece) Buchanan.
  1086. 1910 Census, Bratton Twp, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 30A. Albert W & Martha R Buchanan
    Mary Cummer (aunt).
  1087. 1920 Census, Bratton, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 270A. Albert, Martha, & Albert F Bucanan
    Mary Cummer (aunt).
  1088. 1930 Census, Bratton, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 165A. Albert W, Martha R, & Albert T Buchanan.
  1089. SSDI, 174-18-0342.
  1090. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 211B. Alonzo, Leora, Lewis A, James, Lucille, Edgar, Inez, & Virginia M Buchanan.
  1091. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 139B. Lonzo H, Leora A, Velma J, Lewis E, James H, Mary L, & Edgar S Buchanon.
  1092. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - June 12, 1968. Mrs. Buchanan, of Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Leora Alice Buchanan, 81, of Eldon, died Monday afternoon at the Cedar Grove Nursing Home, Lebanon. She had been patient there for 11 years.

    Born Sept. 3, 1886, in Moniteau County, the daughter of Edward and Mary Birdsong Gilmore.

    She was married to Alonzo Buchanan, who died in 1952.

    Survivors include: Four daughters, Mrs. Velma North, Buffalo, Mrs. Lucille Upton, Eldon, Mrs. Inez Dubler, Liberal, Kan., and Mrs. Virginia Pearl, Eldon; three sons, Louis Buchanan, Eldon, James Buchanan, Highland, Tex., Edgar Buchanan, Barnett; 15 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services were conducted at 3 p.m., today at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. Eldon Myers officiating. Burial was in Dooley cemetery.

  1093. SSDI, 497-24-4901.
  1094. SSDI, 498-01-3863.
  1095. SSDI, 715-05-8154.
  1096. SSDI, 498-50-0672.
  1097. SSDI, 500-07-0915.
  1098. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Monday, October 16, 1995. Edgar S. Buchanan, 75, Eldon, died Saturday at St. Mary.s Health Center. He was born Nov. 9, 1919, in Miller County, a son of Alonzo and Leora Kays Buchanan. He was married July 10, 1946, in Olathe, Kan., to Wilma Robbins, who survives at the home.

    He was a member of the New Life Assembly of God Church, Barnett. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps. He was employed with Benson Lumber Company, Eldon, for 38 years and was manager for 20 years before he retired in 1984. He was a member of the Eldon Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2442 and the American Legion Post 229 in Lake Ozark.

    Other survivors include: two sons, Alfred Buchanan, Eldon, and Paul Buchanan, Lake Ozark; two sisters, Inez Sullivan, Liberal, Kan., and Dorothy Carroll, Eldon; and two grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at New Life Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Fred Perkins and the Rev. Tom Madole will officiate. Burial with military honors, will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Barnett. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Memorials are suggested to New Life Assembly of God Church Youth Organization.

  1099. Obituary. Dorothy "Jenny" Carroll, 82, passed away Friday evening January 15, 2010 at the Eldon Nursing & Rehab in Eldon, Missouri. On March 31, 1927 she was born in Miller County, Missouri to the late Lonzo & Leora (Kay) Buchanan. In 1983 she was married in Eldon, Missouri to Woodrow Vernon Carroll who preceded her in death on February 3, 1993.

    Surviving her are several nieces and nephews, and a very loving friend, Livirtie Burnham. She was preceded in death by three sisters, and three brothers. Dorothy was a member of the Pentecostal Church.

    Visitation will be held on Thursday January 21, 2010 from 1:00 – 2:00 PM at Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon, Missouri, with the Memorial Service beginning at 2:00 PM. Her body has been cremated and Private Interment will be held at Dooley Cemetery at a later date. Memorials for Dorothy are suggested to the Dooley Cemetery Fund.

  1100. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 105A. Charles A, Flora A, Levera J (dinlaw), & Barney J (gson) Buchanan
    Adaline C & Lloyd E Holloway (gkids)
    Joseph A Farley (boarder)
    John E Sconce (hired).
  1101. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 138B. Charles A & Annie F Buchanon
    Joseph Duncan (boarder).
  1102. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25B. Charles A, Anna F, Barny E, & Delia L Buchannan.
  1103. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 28A. Charles, Emma, & Barney E Buchanan.
  1104. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25A. Columbus G, Fannie, Johnny A, Zida M, Lloyd E, & Teressie L Buckhannan.
  1105. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 107A. Columbus G, Fannie, & Tressie Buchanan.
  1106. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 35B. Columbus, Fanni, William, Johnie, & Zida Buchannan.
  1107. Obituary, Unknown Publication, November 1952. Fannie Ann Sconce Buchanan
    Funeral services were held Sunday at the Aurora Springs church for Mrs. Fannie Sconce Buchanan who died at the Long Nursing Home in Lebanon Friday. (November 28, 1952) Mrs. Buchanan was well known in this community.

    She was the daughter of Zan and Rachel (Wells) Sconce, born August 26, 1871 near Eldon. On her 80th birthday she was honored by more than 100 relatives and friends at the Aurora Springs Baptist church where she was a member. She had transferred her membership from the Bagnell Church.

    In 1888 she was married to C. G. Buchanan who died (Sept 29,) 1930. They were the parents of five children; William Harrison of Sedalia, John Anderson of Enon, ??la Myrtle Dane of Eldon, Lloyd Edward of Buffalo and Treasa Lorraine Bond of Versailles all of whom survive. There are 16 grandchildren, 9 great- grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Alice Upton of Aurora Springs who also survives.

    Rev. Ralvert Shanks of Faith Bible College, Camdenton, conducted the funeral services Sunday. Burial was made in the Salem Cemetery under Phillips Funeral Home direction.

  1108. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 262A. William & Grace Buchannan.
  1109. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 235A. William, Grace, Dolores, William D, & John E Buchanan.
  1110. 1930 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 210B. John A, Edith M, Cora L, Ina F, & Jr Buchanan.
  1111. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - September 5, 1961. Wednesday Rites For J.A. Buchanan

    ELDON (Special -- Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Eldon Baptist Church for John A. Buchanan of Enon who died at his home in Enon at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.

    The Rev. Selby Graham will officiate with burial in the Eldon Cemetery.

    Mr. Buchanan, the son of Columbus and Fannie Sconce Buchanan, was married to Miss Edith Watts, who preceded him in death. On May 28, 1941, he married Miss Belle Hodel who survives.

    He retired as a section foreman from the Missouri Pacific Railroad in 1948 because of poor health.

    In addition to his second wife, Mr. Buchanan is survived by two daughters by his first wife, Mrs. Cora Munsterman of Stover and Mrs. Ina Faye McCarter of Cabool; two daughters by his second wife, Miss Betty and Miss Sharon Buchanan, both of the home; one son by his second marriage, Frederick Buchanan of the home; one grandson; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Zida Dane of Jefferson City and Mrs. Tressie Bond of Versailles; and one brother, Lloyd Buchanan of Buffalo, Mo.

  1112. SSDI, 497-54-1683.
  1113. Obituary, Daily Capital News - March 30, 1967. Mrs. Zida Dane service Friday

    Funeral services for Mrs. Zida Myrtle Dane of Jefferson City will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Phillips Funeral Home chapel in Eldon by the Rev. Everett Dane.

    Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery.

    Mrs. Dane, 70, died Wednesday at a Columbia nursing home. Prior to moving to the nursing home, she had lived with her daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Crawford, 1800 Overlook Drive.

    Mrs. Dane was born Feb. 12, 1897 in Miller County, daughter of Columbus and Fannie Sconce Buchanan. She was married June 12, 1915 to David Dane. He died Nov. 8, 1951.

    Besides Mrs. Crawford, she is survived by three sons, James W. Dane, Long Beach, Calif.; Carl R. Dane, Buena Park, Calif.; Lloyd H. Dane, Los Alamites, Calif.; two other daughters, Mrs. Marie Murdock, Durham, N.C.; Mrs. Marjorie Howelman, Belleville, Ill.; one sister, Mrs. Tressie Bond, Versailles; one brother, Lloyd Buchanan Sr., Buffalo, Mo; and 12 grandchildren and four great- (sic).

  1114. SSDI, 487-01-4003.
  1115. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Monday, June 19, 1995. Thressa Lourane Bond, 85, Versailles, died Saturday at Capital Region Medical Center-
    Memorial Campus. She was born Dec. 14, 1909, in Miller County, a daughter of Columbus G. and Fanny Sconce Buchanan. She was married Aug. 30, 1930, in Kansas City, to Lloyd
    Malcolm "Boots" Bond, who died May 19, 1985.

    A resident of Versailles for most of her life, she worked at Tweedie War Plant during
    World War II, and served as a sabotage investigator. She was employed by Kansas City Bifocal
    Co. and the Fashion Shop, both in Versailles.

    She was a member of Versailles United Methodist Church, a life member of Morgan
    County Historical Society, and a 50-year member of the Women.s Civic Club. A member of the
    Versailles Senior Citizens and Senior Citizens Senate, she was a charter member of the
    Alzheimers support group at Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Versailles, and served as a nursing
    home ombudsman. She is survived by nieces and nephews.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Kidwell-Garber Funeral Home, Versailles. The
    Rev. Steve Burbee will officiate. Burial will be in Versailles Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7-
    8:30 p.m. today.

  1116. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201C. CG, CA, WP, HA, SE (mom), & JE (bro) Buckhanan
    D Conner
    SD & ME Conner.
  1117. 1900 Census, Campbell, Greene, Missouri, pg 41A. Colmbus G, Mattie, Joseph W, George A, & Clarence E Buchanan.
  1118. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25B. Daniel G, Nancy A, & Jesse A Buchannan.
  1119. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33B. William H, Emaline, Lissie, Lena E, Jasper M, & Ples M Wilson
    Jessie & Clyde E Buckhonon (grandsons).
  1120. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 138A. Daniel G & Nancy A Buchanon.
  1121. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 105B. Daniel G & Nancy A Buchanan.
  1122. Obituary. Nancy Ann Gier, daughter of Thomas and Martha Ann
    Gier, was born December 24, 1848, and departed this life
    December 19, 1938, being at the time of her death, 89
    years, 11 months, and 19 days old.

    When a young woman she was married to James Conner.
    To them six children were born, all of whom and Mr. Conner
    have preceded her in death.

    Later in life Mrs. Conner was married to D. G. Buchanan
    who survives her. She professed fatih in Christ and became
    a member of the Mount Carmel Baptist Church.

    Funeral services were held at the Dooley Chapel by the
    Rev. D. P. Vaughan after which burial was made at the
    Dooley Cemetery with Phillips Funeral Home director in
    charge.

  1123. SSDI, 486-10-1483.
  1124. Obituary, News and Tribune - January 6, 1974. Mr. Buchanan dies Friday

    Funeral services for Jesse (Jack) Buchanan will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel at Eldon. Mr. Buchanan, 77, Eldon, died Friday at his home.

    He was born Sept. 7, 1896, in Eldon, the son of Daniel and Lissie Wilson Buchanan. On Oct. 4, 1922, he was married to Lilah Rosa Duby, who survives.

    Mr. Buchanan was a retired employe (sic) of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. and a member of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church near Eldon.

    Other survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Robert Shikles, California,m and three grandchildren.

    The Rev. Selby Graham will officiate at the funeral and burial wll be in the Enloe Cemetery, Russellville.

  1125. Obituary, News and Tribune - March 7, 1965. Thomas E. Bohannan Dies at Holts Summit

    Thomas Everett Bohannan, age 85, of Holts Summit, died at his home Saturday morning. He had been in failing health for the last several years.

    Mr. Bohannan was born Jan. 7, 1900, at Eldon, the son of the late James and Malissia Wilson Bohannan. He was married in 1934, at Jefferson City, to Mrs. Beulah Bills Bryant, who survives.

    He had spent most of his life in Jefferson City and had been employed at the Reliable Store until his retirement three years ago. He was a member of the Union Hill Baptist Church.

    Other survivors include: Two step-sons, Robert Bryant and Elmer Bryant, both of Jefferson City; two brothers, William Bohannan, Fulton, and Jack Bohannan, Eldon; and eight grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, at a Jefferson City funeral home with the Rev. Arnold Bickel officiating. Burial will be in Union Hill Cemetery, Holts Summit.

  1126. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.
  1127. 1910 Census, Mapleton Boro, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 250B. Edward L, Maud F, Preston C, & Gladys M Buchanan.
  1128. 1900 Census, Lewistown, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 18B. Maud Shoemaker (servant).
  1129. 1920 Census, Union, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 113B. Edward L, Maud F, Preston C, & Gladys M Buchanan.
  1130. 1930 Census, Union, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 111B. Edward, Maude, & Preston, Buchanan
    Merble, Gladys, Betty & Lola Kyler.
  1131. SSDI, 169-03-1897.
  1132. SSDI, 198-40-6564.
  1133. 1900 Census, Mapleton, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 249B. Gorge W, Mary A, Cloyd W, & Viola GL Buchanan
    Olive Miller.
  1134. 1910 Census, Mapleton Boro, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 247B. George W, Mary A, William C, Lizzie V, Anna G, Martha M, & Edna L Buchanan.
  1135. 1920 Census, Mapleton, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 106B. George W, Adda M, Cloyd W, Grace A, Martha M, Edny L, & Albertus W Buchanan
    Catherine M Breard (minlaw).
  1136. 1930 Census, Mapleton Depot, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 192A. George, Grace, Edna & Albertice Buchanan.
  1137. SSDI, 191-03-7328.
  1138. SSDI, 178-28-8491.
  1139. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 104B. Jack T Buchanan
    Rebecca B Hiel (sis).
  1140. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 120A. John T, Julia, Sylva M, Hattie M, & Belvia L Buchanan.
  1141. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33B. William, Charlotte, Louis C, & Ebenezer (bro) Buckhannan.
  1142. 1880 Census, Linn, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 497B. James, Nancy, Columbus, William, Rebeca, Daniel, Charles, Alonzo, & Jack T Buckhonon.
  1143. 1870 Census, Linn, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 398B. Jas, N, C, JW, JW, & R Buchannan.
  1144. 1860 Census, Township 47 Range 14, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 642. James, Nancy, GC, & Wm J Buckhannan.
  1145. 1870 Census, Linn, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 402B. Wm, C, I, M, WA, D, & W Buchanan.
  1146. 1880 Census, Linn, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 508D. Wm L, Charlotte, Joe Ann, Willie, Dica, Edna J, & Chas A Buchanan.
  1147. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. Louis C, Cora E, Bessie C, Willie A, Oralma, William T (dad), & Charlotta K (mom) Buchannan.
  1148. 1880 Census, Lack, Juniata, Pennsylvania, pg 522C. Jas, Catharine, Amanda, Samuel, James F, George, Edward & Albert Buchanan.
  1149. 1900 Census, Mapleton, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 246B. Catherine A, James F, Henry M, & William J Bucannon.
  1150. 1870 Census, Lack, Juniata, Pennsylvania, pg 388B. James, Catherine, Jane, Nancy, Amanda, Samuel, & Annie Buchanan.
  1151. 1860 Census, Lack, Juniata, Pennsylvania, pg 655A. Jas, Catherine, Mary A, & Sarah J Buchanan.
  1152. 1900 Census, Bratton, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 27B. Jesse & Catherine Miller
    Samuel, Sarah E, Warren E, Charles D, & Mary B Bu...nan
    Harry & Catharine Walls.
  1153. 1910 Census, Mapleton Boro, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 250B. James F, Lizzie A, Albert M, & Annie M Buchanan.
  1154. 1920 Census, Mapleton, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 110B. James F, Lizzie A, Albert M, Annie M, & Martha V Buchanan.
  1155. 1930 Census, Mapleton Depot, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 191B. James, Lizzie, Albert, Annie & Martha Buchanan.
  1156. 1930 Census, Mapleton Depot, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 191A. William, Nannia & Helen Buchanan.
  1157. 1920 Census, Mapleton, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, pg 108B. William J, Nannie M, & Helen M Buchanan.
  1158. SSDI, 191-07-6555.
  1159. SSDI, 208-09-2316.
  1160. 1920 Census, Burris Fork, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 6B. Joseph C, Myrtle M, Mattie L, Mabel J, Grace L, & Leona B Hodel.
  1161. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - April 3, 2002. Leona Belle Hodel Buchanan, 89, St. Louis, died April 1, 2002, in St. Louis.

    She was born Aug. 14, 1912, in Moniteau County, a daughter of Joseph C. and Mary Myrtle Gray Hodel. She was married May 28, 1941, in Olean, to John Anderson Buchanan, who died Sept. 3, 1961.

    She was a lifelong resident of Moniteau and Miller counties and lived on the family farm for more than 40 years. She graduated from Olean High School and attended Central Missouri Teachers College.

    She worked for California Pants Factory, the Eldon Shoe Factory and International Shoe Factory until her retirement in 1975. She was a member of Rock Enon Baptist Church, Enon Baptist Church, Mt. Herman Baptist Church and First Baptist Churchof Eldon.

    She taught Sunday school, was church treasurer and served on various committees.

    Survivors include: two daughters, Betty Beeman, Versailles, and Sharon Buchanan-McClure, Kirkwood; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and five step great-grandchildren.

    One son, Fredrick Anderson Buchanan died in 1991.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon. The Rev. Randall Bunch and the Rev. Greg Morrow will officiate. Burial will be in Eldon City Cemetery.

    Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today.

    Memorials are suggested to Heartland Lions Eye Bank or Walnut Grove Burial Association.

  1162. Obituary, Daily Capital News - June 10, 1937. Mrs. Edith Iliff Dies After a Short Illness

    Mrs. Edith Iliff, 39, wife of Elmer Eliff, died at her home at 122 West Elm, last night, following a short illness of a complication of diseases.

    Mrs. Iliff was a native of Jefferson City, and had spent all her life here. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Watts, of Eldon, who survive her.

    Beside her husband and parents, Mrs. Iliff is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Cora Wilson, and Mrs. Ina Fae Wilson, both of Jefferson City, and by two brothers and four sisters.

  1163. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - November 27, 1973. Mr. Buchanan dies at age 79

    John W. Buchanan, 79, Eldon, died Sunday at Columbia House Health Care Center, Columbia.

    Mr. Buchanan was born March 5, 1894, in Miller County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Buchanan. In 1951 he was married to the former Missouri Jane Dusenberry, who died in 1959.

    He was a veteran of World War I.

    Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. Troy Daggett officiating. Burial will be in the Toll Wood Cemetery.

  1164. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 106A. Charles C, Georgia A, Helen G, Sylvia K, Anna E, Nella M, Eula P, & Charles E Slavens
    John W Buchanan (boarder).
  1165. 1850 Census, District 50, Linn, Missouri, pg 13B. Joseph, Sarah, Catherine, Jeremiah, Sarah A, William J, Thomas B, Jacob E, James M, John, Eliza J, & Franklin Buchanan.
  1166. 1860 Census, Township 60 Range 19, Linn, Missouri, pg 672. Jos, Sarah, William, Catharine, Sarah A, Thomas D, Jacob E, James M, John M, Cummins G, Mary E, Adnion J, Osbuno F, & Alonzo Buckhanan.
  1167. 1870 Census, Precinct 1, Grayson, Texas, pg 60B. Jos, Sarah, Varnes, Mary, Judson, Altor F, Alonzo, & Jacob E Buckhannan.
  1168. 1920 Census, Red Mound, Seminole, Oklahoma, pg 227A. Lewis C, Cora, Bessie, William, Ora, Horner, & Earl Buchanan.
  1169. 1930 Census, Mesilla Park, Dona Ana, New Mexico, pg 115B. Louis, Cora, William, Homer, & Earl Buchanan.
  1170. SSDI, 525-82-3458.
  1171. SSDI, 585-14-0129.
  1172. SSDI, 525-07-7086.
  1173. SSDI, 525-36-6339.
  1174. 1850 Census, Steubenville, Jefferson, Ohio, pg 174. William, Elizabeth, James, Catherine, Thomas, Sarah, William, & Ann J Buchanan.
  1175. 1860 Census, Steubenville, Jefferson, Ohio, pg 328B. Elizabeth & Anna Buchanan
    Mathew & Jemima Myers
    Wm Buchanan.
  1176. 1870 Census, Steubenville, Jefferson, Ohio, pg 19B. Elizabeth, Sarah, & Annie Buchanan
    Kate, George, & Elizabeth Glaegener.
  1177. 1880 Census, Steubenville, Jefferson, Ohio, pg 510B. Elizabeth & Sarah E Buchanan
    James G Buchanan (gson).
  1178. SSDI, 489-30-6668.
  1179. SSDI, 185-24-4805.
  1180. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - January 24, 1960. Mrs. Pendleton Dies at Home Here

    Mrs. Disa M. Pendleton, 80, died early today at her home at 615 Madison St.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at a local funeral home with burial in Riverview Cemetery. The Rev. William T. Gibble will officiate.

    Born March 20, 1871, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Buchanan. She was married April 9, 1883, to James R. Pendleton, who died in 1903.

    Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Effie Coleman, Mrs. Cora Jens, and Mrs. Brooksie Finnell, Jefferson City; and Mrs. Bessie Shoop, Eldon; one brother Cass L. Buchanan, Anthony, N.M.; nine grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.

    Mrs. Pendleton had been a resident of Jefferson City for 48 years.

  1181. SSDI, 441-09-3852.
  1182. 1930 Census, Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 50B. Orville O, Vesta J & Charles R Buck.
  1183. 1900 Census, Rolla, Phelps, Missouri, pg 286A. James B, Dorra A, & Sada E Buckmaster
    Clara Neace.
  1184. 1910 Census, 1-Wd Madison, Dane, Wisconsin, pg 12A. JA, Dora A, & Sada Buckmaster
    Nora Adams.
  1185. 1920 Census, Madison Ward 1, Dane, Wisconsin, pg 172B. James A, Dorra, & Sada Buckmaster
    Josephine Howes.
  1186. 1930 Census, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin, pg 83A. James & Darra A Buckmaster
    Freda Dicteal.
  1187. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin.
  1188. World War II Draft Registration Cards, Gary, Lake, Indiana.
  1189. 1930 Census, Gary, Lake, Indiana, pg 7A. Columbus & Fred Buckner (roomers).
  1190. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 267A. Columbus, Vina, Fred, Lona, & Annabel Buckner.
  1191. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33A. Columbus C, Vina J, Fred, Lona G, & Anna B Buckner.
  1192. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. Lummy, Vina, & Fred Buckner.
  1193. Obituary. Sylvia K. Buckner
    June 29, 1919 - August 2, 2010
    Biography

    Sylvia "Tibby" Buckner, a resident of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, was born on June 29, 1919 in Eldon, Missouri, a daughter of Charles Calvin and Georgia (Scott) Slavens. She Departed this life on Monday, August 2, 2010 in Eureka Springs, at the age of 91.

    Mrs. Buckner was a member of the First Christian Church of Eureka Springs. She was a homemaker and worked in retail sales.

    She is survived by two sisters, Nellie Brandon of Gardner, KS and Georgia Wrigley of Harrisonville, MO; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of friends and loved ones.

    On August 26, 1929, "Tibby" was united in marriage with Ernest Buckner who preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Georgia Slavens, four sisters, and one brother.

    Visitation will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM at Phillips Funeral Home with a Funeral Service at 11:00 AM at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon with the Rev. Phil Wilson officiating.

    Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

    Memorials are suggested to the American Heart Association, Memorial and Tribute Processing Center, P.O. Box 1653, Topeka, KS. 66601.
    Visitation

    Saturday August 7, 2010, 10:00 - 11:00 AM at Phillips Funeral Home
    Funeral Service

    Saturday August 7, 2010, 11:00 AM at Phillips Funeral Home
    Interment

    Saturday August 7, 2010 at Dooley Cemetery.

  1194. 1910 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 228A. Louis L, Nora, Lucy, & Raymond Buckner.
  1195. 1920 Census, Osage, Camden, Missouri, pg 59A. LL, Viola, Lucy, Raymond, James, & Carl Buckner.
  1196. 1930 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 246B. LL, Lucy V, James L, & Carl Oliver Buckner.
  1197. SSDI, 498-18-6365.
  1198. SSDI, 495-12-0379.
  1199. 1930 Census, Bagnell, Miller, Missouri, pg 93A. Nelson, Ethel, & Pauline Buckner
    William Cotten (broinlaw).
  1200. 1880 Census, Clark, Cole, Missouri, pg 2D. Samuel, Eliza, Daniel, Sam, Collumbus, & M Buckner.
  1201. 1900 Census, Franklin Township (West Part), Miller, Missouri, pg 21A. Sam, Liza, & Nethel D Buckner
    Reed Chesley (boarder).
  1202. 1860 Census, Clark, Cole, Missouri, pg 258. Saml, Barbra, Levina, Melissa, & Sarena Buckner.
  1203. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 32B. Eliza Buckner
    Chesley Reed (servant).
  1204. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 21A. SJ, Rosa M, Laura, Arfy, & Charley Buckner
    Benj Vaughn (boarder).
  1205. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 39B. Samuel J, Rosa M, Laura, Orpha, Charles, Nelson, & Eliza Buckner.
  1206. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 147B. Sam J, Rosa, Charley, Nelson, Liza, & Earnest Buckner.
  1207. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 118A. Sam, Rosa M, Eliza, Earnest, & Eliza (mom) Buckner
    Chester Reed (servant).
  1208. Obituary. Mrs. Orpha Scott, 83, Kansas City, Kansas, a former resident of Eldon, died Saturday, September 26, 1981 at Edwardsville Manor Nursing Home. She was born December 5, 1897, at Eldon to Samuel J. and Rosie Vaughn Buckner. In 1917 she was married at Bagnell to Jehu Claud Scott, who died January 1, 1944. Mrs. Scott was a member of the Green Grove Baptist Church at Latham.

    She was preceded in death by three sons: Oliver Gale Scott, Denver Scott, and Robert Scott, and a grandson Randall Scott. Survivors include a son, Georgia Truman Scott, Kansas City, a daugther, Mrs. Mildred Wood, Fulton, a brother Earnest Buckner, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, sister, Mrs. Eliza Lowrey, Eldon; and 13 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

    Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at Greenridge Baptist Church in Saline Township, Miller County, Missouri with the Rev. Selby Graham officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.

  1209. SSDI, 510-05-9851.
  1210. 1860 Census, Subdivision 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 333B. Benjamin & Elizabeth A Bullard
    Joseph Gibson
    Henry Carrell.
  1211. SSDI, 469-30-5143.
  1212. 1850 Census, District 12, Henry, Tennessee, pg 346A. Pamela, Thomas, & Amanda Bumpass
    Jackson Holmes.
  1213. 1860 Census, District 12, Henry, Tennessee, pg 436A. Edward T, Melvina, James V, & Permelia Bumpass.
  1214. 1870 Census, District 12, Henry, Tennessee, pg 370A. EG, Malvina, James, Thos, Manda, Zenla, Malinda, Parmelia, Nancy, & Emily Bumpass.
  1215. 1880 Census, District 12, Henry, Tennessee, pg 170C. Melvina, James V, Wm T, Sarah J, Lennie, & Girtruad Bumpass
    Frank McGinis (hired).
  1216. 1900 Census, District 12, Henry, Tennessee, pg 191B. James, Alice, Don, Willie, Charley, & Oral Bumpas
    Henry W Camel (finlaw)
    Melvina Bumpas (mom).
  1217. 1850 Census, District 77, Ripley, Missouri, pg 436A. Joshua, Catherine, Nancy E, James, Wim, Mary, Martha, & Ann (sis?) Bumpass.
  1218. 1860 Census, Miat, Howell, Missouri, pg 561. John H, Francis, James, William H, Mary EC, & Martha A Bumpass
    William H Morrow.
  1219. Obituary, Nashville Christian Advocate - February 18, 1848. For the Nashville Christian Advocate.

    Mrs. Mary Bumpass, daughter of James and Nancy Young, of Bedford county, Tenn., and wife of Rev. J.A. Bumpass, departed this life, in Randolph county, Ark., on the 31st of December, 1847; aged 29 years. Sister B., with her husband, emigrated to this county a few years since, and by her kindness of manner, won the good will of all who knew her. Her house was the home of the weary itinerant -- in her he always found a true friend -- and every thing waws done by her and her excellent husband to make his stay agreeable. She was an affectionate wife, a tender mother, and a good christian. She had been a member of the church for a number of years, and lived a consistant Methodist. Her death was sudden, unexpected, but it did not find her unprepared. She calmly submitted to the will of her Lord, and with a mind fearless and unclouded approached the chilling waters of death in company with Him who sanctified the grave. Five small children (one an infant) are left behind in this world of sorrow and death. May God give the father wisdom and strength that he may discharge his duty towards them.

    ANDREW HUNTER.

    Batesville, Ark., Jan. 24, 1848.

  1220. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Shelby, Alabama.
  1221. 1910 Census, Pelham, Shelby, Alabama, pg 129A. Richard & Mollie Bunch.
  1222. familysearchlabs.org.
  1223. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 145B. George, Cora M, Pearlie, Bessie, Orpha, Golda, William, Rayman, & Leonard Bunch.
  1224. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 35B. George M, Cora M, Pearly E, Dessie M & Orpha M Bunch.
  1225. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 97B. George M, Cora M, William W, Raymond M, Leonard D, Ruby F, Olive J, & Helen J Bunch.
  1226. SSDI, 487-56-2804.
  1227. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - March 19, 1969. Eldon woman dies in hospital

    Mrs. Cora May Bunch, 84, of Eldon, died Monday at a local hospital. She was born Nov. 4, 1885 in Miller County, the daughter of William H. and Sarah Jane Pruitt Stange (sic).

    She was married Dec. 25, 1902 to George M. Bunch, who died in 1961.

    She is survived by six daughters: Mrs. Pearline Platter, Eldon, Mrs. Bessie Robbins, Eldon, Mrs. Orpha Holder, Eldon, Mrs. Ruby Witt, Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Olive Bunch, Kansas City, and Mrs. Helen Wacker, Kanscas (sic) City; three son; William Bunch, Ray Bunch; and Leonard Bunch, all of Eldon; 29 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren.

    A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, at the Bagnell Baptist Church with the Rev. Dean Catlett, officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery.

  1228. SSDI, 497-52-1031.
  1229. SSDI, 499-07-3643.
  1230. SSDI, 500-07-0209.
  1231. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, October 20, 1993. Leonard D. Bunch, 75, Eldon, died Tuesday at the Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital. He was born March 26, 1918, in Bagnell, a son of George and Cora Strange Bunch. He was married Nov. 15, 1938, in Versailles, to Rita Gier, who survives at the home.

    He was a carpenter for the Lake of the Ozarks State Park, retiring in 1983, after 36 years of service. He was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran. He was a member and deacon of the Bagnell Baptist Church, but was currently attending the First Baptist Church, Eldon. He served nine years on the School of the Osage Board of Education.

    Other survivors include: four daughters, Joan Taylor, Kay Pace and Fonda Bunch, all of Eldon and Arlinda Martien, Godfrey, Ill.; one son, Darrell Bunch, Eldon; two sisters, Jean Bunch and Helen Wacker, both of Kansas City, Kan.; nine grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one daughter.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Phllips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Randall Bunch will officiate. Burial will be in the Eldon City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday. Memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church, Eldon, or the American Cancer Society.

  1232. Obituary. Harold Bunch
    December 24, 1923 - December 20, 2010
    Biography
    Harold Bunch, 86, of Eldon, Missouri passed away Monday morning December 20, 2010 at the Good Shepherd Care Center in Versailles, Missouri. On December 24, 1923 he was born in Miller County to the late James Frederick and Vergie (Vaughn) Bunch. On August 2, 1942 he was married to Thelma (Strange) Bunch who survives of the home.

    Other survivors

    Sons & Spouses, Danny & Cheryl Bunch of Overland Park, KS; Richard & Margi Bunch of Eldon, MO; Tim & Jolene Bunch of Olathe, KS.

    Eight Grandchildren, Jeff Bunch, Amy Thacker, Seth & Zane Bunch, Kacee Boggs, Kylee Bunch, Justin & Julie Anne Bunch.

    Seven Great Grandchildren

    Brothers & Spouses, Gathel & Lois Bunch, James & Eula Bunch, David & Carolyn Bunch.

    He was preceded in death by a sister, Virginia Strange.

    He retired from International Shoe Company after forty plus years, he was a member and Deacon Emeritus of the First Baptist Church of Eldon, MO; he was also a fifty plus year member of OES & the Masonic Lodge.

    Visitation will be held on Thursday December 23, 2010 from 1:00 - 2:00 PM at the First Baptist Church of Eldon, MO with the Funeral Service beginning at 2:00 PM with Rev. David White officiating. Interment will follow at Dooley Cemetery near Eldon, MO. Memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church Building Fund.
    .

  1233. SSDI, 492-44-9281.
  1234. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 97B. Herbert W, Edith E, Fay M, & Mildred L Bunch.
  1235. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser. Herbert W. Bunch, 93, of Rte. 2, Eldon died Monday, July 25, 1988 at Harry S. Truman Veterans Administration Hospital in Columbia. He was born July 11, 1895 in Miller County to Thomas J. and Florence H. Holder Bunch. On April 21, 1923 he was married in Tuscumbia to Edith Beard, who survives him.

    Mr. Bunch was a retired farmer and was a deacon at the Blue Springs Baptist Church. During World War I he served with the U.S. Army in France for more than 16 months.

    In addition to his wife, Mr. Bunch is survived by two daughters, Faye Conners and Mildred Polly, both of Eldon; three sisters, Lois Greenup and Naomi Crum, both of Eldon, and Virgie Bowlin of Lone Jack; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Blue Springs Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Bunch officiating. Burial will be in the Blue Springs Cemetery under the auspices of Eldon VFW Post 2442s military team. Visitation was held from 3 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Griswold-Kays Funeral Home in Eldon.

  1236. 1900 Census, Columbiana, Shelby, Alabama, pg 4A. James C, Laura F & David R Bunch.
  1237. 1910 Census, Precinct 1, Shelby, Alabama, pg 9B. James C Bunch (inmate).
  1238. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 106B. Fredrick, Virgie A, Virginia W, Harold M, Gerald G, John W (dad), & Martha J (mom) Bunch.
  1239. SSDI, 489-16-3091.
  1240. Obituary, News and Tribune - April 6, 1969. Mrs. Bunch, 70, dies in Mexico

    Mrs. Vergie A. Bunch, 70, Mexico, died Friday.

    Mrs. Bunch was born Feb. 1, 1899, in Miller County to David and Della Cooper Vaughn.

    On Oct. 30, 1920, she married James F. Bunch, who survives.

    Other survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Curtis Strange, Mexico; four sons, Harold Bunch, Eldon; Gathel Bunch, Shawnee Mission, Kan., David Bunch, Baton Rouge, La., the Rev. James Bunch, North Canton, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. Charles Shanklin, Dunwoody, Ga.; one brother, Willard F. Vaughn, Kansas City, Mo.; 12 grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Phillips Funeral Home by the Rev. T.W. Bunch. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery, near Eldon.

    The Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, is in charge of arrangements.

  1241. Obituary, Mexico Ledger - January 30, 2007. Virginia Strange

    Virginia Strange, 85, of Shelbina, formerly of Mexico, died at 4:05 a.m., Friday, Jan. 12, 2007, at Salt River Nursing Home in Shelbina.

    Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Centennial Baptist Church with the Rev. Jerry Ostrom and Rev.Chris Atkinson officiating. Burial will be in East Lawn Memorial Park.

    Visitation is from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Arnold Funeral Home.

    Mrs. Strange was born Oct. 13, 1921, near Eldon, the daughter of James F. and Virgie A. Vaughn Bunch. On Oct. 28, 1945, she married Curtis Strange in Eldon. He died July 11, 1996.

    She was a homemaker and a member of Centennial Baptist Church.

    She is survived by one son, Tom Strange, and wife, Anna of Bolivar; one daughter, Brenda Wright and husband, Greg of Shelbina; four grandchildren; and four brothers, Harold Bunch of Eldon, Gathel Bunch of Shawnee, Kan., James Bunch of Springfield, and David Bunch of St. Francisville, La.

    Memorials may be made to Centennial Baptist Church or the Diabetes Association.

    Condolences at www.arnoldfh.com.

  1242. 1860 Census, Benton, Taney, Missouri, pg 913. James, Didany, John, Mary, & Simeon Bunch.
  1243. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 247B. Jame M, John W, Mary, Simeon, Nancy, Eliza, & Thomas Bunch
    Malinda Cook.
  1244. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 200B. JM, Mary, Eliza, Thos, Lucy, & Malinda Bunch
    SW & NH Bunch.
  1245. Obituary. Malinda Bunch Lehew, daughter of James and Mary Bunch, was born February 26, 1875, near Eldon, Mo. She was married to W. R. Lehew April 5, 1894. Six children were born to this union; Mrs. Vertie Holder of Rulo, Nebraska; Ellis Lehew of Falls City, Neb.; Virgil Lehew of Robinson, Kansas; Roy Lehew of Hiawatha, Kansas; Leonard and Nellie Lehew of the home.

    She united with Blue Springs Baptist Church when about thirteen years of age, and lived a consistent Christian life. Although she was seriously handicapped by poor health for the past sixteen years, she put forth great effort to help others, always proving herself a devoted wife and mother.

    Mrs. Lehew is survived by her husband, W. R. Lehew, her six children, six grandchildren, a brother, T. J. Bunch, of Eldon, Mo., who is the only one remaining of her father's large family; also a host of relatives and friends.

    Mr. and Mrs. Lehew resided in Central Missouri near Eldon until 1917, when they moved to Falls City, Nebraska. Eight years ago they settled near Reserve, Kansas where the family still resides.

    A good wife and mother has gonehome to a rich reward. Only a few hours before her passing she called her family to her bedside, urged them not to grieve for her, but begged them to promise to meet her in Heaven. This ended a beautiful life of Christian service.

    Funeral services were held at the Baptist Church in Falls City, Tuesday, November 15, 1938, with Rev. J. N. Lewis of Hamlin, Kansas, assisted by REv. J. H. Jones of Reserve, Kansas in charge. Body bearers were, John Bunch, Ira Dewey, Tennyson Kelsay, William Gardner, Lee Lehew, Charles Bryan. All were nephews of Mrs. Lehew. In charge of the beautiful floral offering were Mrs. Glen Fish, Mrs. Harry Ham, Miss Opal Schowengerdt, Miss Ethel Schmidt, Miss Carol Spare and Miss Marguerite Jones. Burial was in Hiawatha Cemetery.

  1246. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 200A. JW, MA, RM, & ______ Bunch
    LL Wadkin.
  1247. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27A. John W, Martha J, John M, Nora S, Mary A, Anna J, Nancy J, Estella A, Eliza M, William W, & James F Bunch
    Sarah E (dau), Maggie L, & Norman A Sidebottom.
  1248. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 29A. John W, Martha J, Josie P, Nancy J, Stella A, Myrtle E, William W, James F, Simeon H, Vernie F, John, & Mary A Bunch.
  1249. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 138A. William, Martha J, Mary A, William W, James E, Homer S, & Vinia F Bunch.
  1250. Obituary, News and Tribune - January 5, 1936. John William Bunch, one of Miller county's most prominent citizens, died December 24 at the age of 81. Mr. Bunch came to the Blue Springs community in 1863 with his parents from Kentucky. His wife and 11 children are among the survivors.
  1251. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Simeon W Burch.
  1252. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36B. Siema, Martha H, Charles A, Ellis R, & Unice M Bunch.
  1253. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 18B. SW, Martha A, Geo M, James V, Wm W, Chas A, Clarence I, Joseph F, & Ellis R Bunch.
  1254. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 144A. SW, Martha H, Charles, Ellis, & Eunice Bunch.
  1255. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 98B. Thomas J, Florence H, Lottie M, & Virgil E Bunch.
  1256. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 19A. Thos J, Florence H, Elbert L, Simeon B, Herbert, Loueler, & David E Bunch.
  1257. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36B. Thomas J, Florence H, Elbert L, Simeon B, Herbert W, Lois L, El Mont D, Oma E, Lotta M, & Alergie E Bunch.
  1258. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 144A. Tom J, Florence H, Herbert, Lois, Elmond, Neoma, Lottie, & Virgie Bunch.
  1259. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, November 24, 1995. John S. Bunch, 79, Eldon, died Wednesday at Citizens Memorial Healthcare Center, Bolivar. He was born March 18, 1916, in Miller County, a son of James V. and Julena Myrtle Bowlin Bunch. He was married April 7, 1945, in Kansas City, to Lillie M. Cross, who survives at the home.

    He was a farmer and carpenter, and was employed as a custodian for the Eldon R-1 school system until his retirement in 1980. He was a member of the Church of Christ, Eldon.

    Other survivors include: one son, Kenyon Bunch, Durango, Colo.; one daughter, Karen Woods, Bolivar; one brother, Basil Bunch, Eldon; two sisters, Bertha Bunch, Tuscumbia and Dorine Deitzel, Bevard, N.C.; three grandchildren, six step grandchildren and one greatgrandson.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Farris Wall will officiate. Burial will be in Blue Springs Cemetery, Eldon. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Saturday. Memorials are suggested to hospice.

  1260. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser, Thursday, October 7, 1999. Basil James Bunch, 75, of Surprise, Ariz., formerly of Eldon, died Sunday, Sept. 19, 1999, at Veteran.s Medical Center in Phoenix, Ariz. He was born Oct. 19, 1913, in Miller County to James Vineyard and Julena Myrtle Bowlin Bunch.

    Mr. Bunch was baptized Dec. 1, 1940, by the Rev. Willard Brewer and was a member of the Blue Springs Baptist Church. He was a graduate of Eldon High School and served in the U.S. Army at Great Lakes, Ill. He received his associate.s degree at Southwest Baptist College in Bolivar and a Bachelor.s Degree from Colorado State University in Greeley, Colo., and a Master's Degree from Lincoln University in Jefferson City.

    During his early career, Mr. Bunch worked at Boeing Aircraft in Wichita, Kan. He taught school for many years, with his last teaching at Wood Junior High School at Fort Leonard Wood.

    He is survived by his goddaughter, Catherine Lee of Campbell, Calif., and her daughter Alexa and son Justen; a sister, Dorine Dietzel of Bevard, N.C.; two sisters-in-law, Opal Bunch of Rocky Mount and Lillie Bunch of Eldon. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Curtis Bunch and John Bunch, and four sisters, Pearl Brewer, Bertha Bunch, Ethel Cox and Tonsie Mae Bunch.

    Following cremation, graveside services were held Saturday at Blue Springs Cemetery in Eldon, conducted by the Rev. James L. Bunch. Memorials may be made to the Blue Springs Cemetery.

  1261. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - March 30, 1972. Ellis Bunch, 73, dies Wednesday

    Ellis R. Bunch, 73, Eldon, died Wednesday enroute to St. Mary's Hospital.

    He was born Feb. 4, 1899, in Miller County, the son of Simeon W. and Martha Hannah Wood Bunch.

    He was married Feb. 11, 1920, in Tuscumbia to Beulah Greenup, who survives at the home.

    Since 1947, Mr. Bunch had been a roofing contractor in the Eldon area.

    A member of the First Baptist Church in Eldon, he was also a member of Odd Fellows Lodge No. 462 and Rebecca Lodge No. 324.

    Survivors include: Two sons, Kenneth Bunch and Douglas Bunch, both of Kansas City, Kan.; two daughters, Mrs. Trena Blankenship, Jacksonville, Ark., and Mrs. Lucille Beeves, Kansas City, Kan.; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

    IOOF services are scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday at the Griswold-Kays Funeral Chapel, Eldon.

    Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church, Eldon, with the Rev. Don Wainwright officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

  1262. SSDI, 491-38-7425.
  1263. SSDI, 513-56-9905.
  1264. Obituary, Daily Capital News - August 25, 1967. Rites Saturday for Tade Bunch

    Tade Bunch, 70, Eldon, died Wednesday at a Jefferson City hospital. Mr. Bunch was a former resident of Jefferson City.

    Services will be held 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Aurora Springs Baptist Church, Eldon. Friends may call at Kays Funeral Home, Eldon. Burial will be in Dooley Cemetery in Eldon.

    Mr. Bunch was born February 22, 1897, in Miller County, the son of John William and Maartha (sic) Cox Bunch. He was married to Leta B. Hees, Nov. 8, 1922.

    Mr. Bunch is survived by his widow, a son, the Rev. Albert W. Bunch, Marshall, and two daughters, Mrs. Harold Barger, Jefferson City, and Miss Dawn Bunch, Springfield.

    Other survivors are three brothers, Frederick Bunch, of Mexico; Homer Bunch, Centertown; Frank Bunch, Webster Groves; and four sisters, Mrs. Marie B. Rea and Mrs. Wade Cox, both of Eldon; Mrs. Albert Meier, Springfield and Mrs. O.W. Fishburn, Haven, Kan; Also surviving are three grandchildren.

    In 1963 Mr. Bunch retired from Missouri Pacific Railroad after 40 years of service. He was a member of the Eldon I.O.O.F. Lodge, the Missouri Historical Society and the Veterans of World War I.

    Mr. Bunch was a member of the Aurora Springs Baptist Church, Eldon, where he was on the board of deacons. He was also a charter member of the Memorial Baptist Church, Jefferson City, and a charter deacon of that church.

  1265. SSDI, 492-01-7534.
  1266. SSDI, 492-01-6596.
  1267. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - July 13, 1955. John Bunch Rites Set for Thursday

    ELDON -- (Special) -- Funeral services for John Monroe Bunch, 72, a farmer and lifelong resident of the Eldon area, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Blue Springs Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery.

    Mr. Bunch, who was a former member of the Miller County Court and for eight years served on the Eldon Special Road District, died yesterday at Charles E. Still Hospital, Jefferson City, where he had been a patient for 15 days.

    He was born near Eldon, Aug. 2, 1882, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Bunch. In 1912, he was married to May Vaughn, who preceded him in death. In 1947, he married Mrs. Hattie Dusky who survives.

    Also surviving are one foster son, John D. Bunch; four brothers, Tade Bunch, Jefferson City; Fred Bunch, Mexico; Homer Bunch, Centertown; and Frank Bunch, Webster Groves; five sisters, Mrs. Sarah Sidebottom, Mrs. Marie Hea and Mrs. Josie Cox, all of Eldon; Mrs. Stella Meier, Springfield, and Mrs. A.W. Fishburn, Haven, Kan.; and nine step-children.

    Mr. Bunch was a member of the Blue Springs Baptist Church.

  1268. 1920 Census, Hazlip, Creek, Oklahoma, pg 169A. Nemiah, Nora, Willie, Lillie, & Nellie VanMeter
    James M, Effie, & Eugene VanMeter.
  1269. Obituary, News and Tribune - April 28, 1974. Mrs. Rea, Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Marie B. Rea, 86, Eldon, died Saturday at St. Mary's Health Center.

    She was born July 16, 1887, at Miller County, the daughter of John and Mary Vaughn Bunch. She was married Dec. 19, 1928, at Buffalo, to Willard Rea, who died in 1935.

    Mrs. Rae was a lifelong resident of Miller County and had taught school for several years.

    She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include: Three sisters, Mrs. Josie Cox, Eldon, Mrs. Stella Mier, Springfield and Mrs. Myrtle Fishburn, Haven Kan., and three brothers, Fred Bunch, Mexico, Homer Bunch, Centertown, and Frank Bunch, Fair Play.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. M.A. Younger officiating. Burial will be at the Eldon Cemetery.

  1270. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, September 21, 1994. Rita Bunch, 75, Eldon, died Tuesday at Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital. She was
    born Dec 21, 1918, in Bagnell, the daughter of Jake and Jessie Woolley Gier. She was married
    Nov. 15, 1938, in Versailles, to Leonard D. Bunch, who died Oct. 19, 1993.

    A lifetime resident of the Bagnell community, she was a homemaker. She was a member
    of the Bagnell Baptist Church, and most recently attended the First Baptist Church of Eldon.

    Survivors include: one son, Darrell Bunch, Eldon; four daughters, Joan Taylor, Kay
    Pace and Fonda Bunch, all of Eldon, and Arlinda Martien, Godfrey, Ill.; one sister, Irmina
    Dowers, Eldon; one brother, Harley Gier, Russellville; nine grandchildren, three greatgrandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren. One daughter, Carol Janet Bunch, preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Randall
    Bunch will officiate. Burial will be in Eldon City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m.
    Thursday. Memorials are suggested to First Baptist Church or to the Parkinson.s Disease
    Foundation.

  1271. SSDI, 513-20-2717.
  1272. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - July 7, 2005. Neta Belle Bunch, age 79, of Eldon, died Tuesday, July 5, 2005, at Eldon Nursing and Rehab.

    Those who survive her include: one son, Marvin Ray Bunch of Eldon; one daughter, Pamela Lynn Wardlow of Pleasant Hill; six grandchildren, Jennifer Bradley, Tiffany Bunch, Stephany McDowell, Mike Payne, April Payne and Amy Payne; four great-grandchildren; four sisters; three brothers;numerous nieces and nephews.

    Services will be at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, at Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon. Interment will be in Dooley Cemeterynear Eldon.

    Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday at Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon.

  1273. Obituary, News and Tribune - March 8, 1964. Mrs. Cooper Dies At Eldon Home

    ELDON (Special) -- Mrs. Elvena Cooper, 83, died Saturday at her home at Eldon.

    Mrs. Cooper was born Aug. 1, 1880, in Miller County the daughter of Simeon and Hannah Woods Bunch. She was married May 7, 1899, to William M. Cooper, who died in 1946.

    Survivors include: Three daughters, Mrs. Burla McGordon, Kansas City, Mrs. Viola Sidebottom, and Mrs. Vertie Parson, both of Eldon; six sons, Edward, Raymond, Orville and Harley, all of Eldon, Waldo, Versailles, and Everett; two brothers, Ellis and Charles Bunch, Eldon; and one sister, Mrs. Eunice McConnell, Eldon.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, at the Union Baptist Church with the Rev. James DeLong officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery.

  1274. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - March 22, 1962. Saturday Rites For W.W. Bunch

    ELDON (Special) -- Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday for William W. Bunch, 75, of La Junta, Colo., a former resident of the Blue Springs community.

    Mr. Bunch was born in Miller County in the Blue Springs community and lived there until recently when he moved to Colorado.

    Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Greenup Bunch; two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Cunyer, Eldon; and Mrs. Ellen Hilderbrand of Colorado; two sons, the Rev. Tommy Bunch, Eldon; and Simon Bunch, La Junta, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. Eunice McConnell and Mrs. Zena Cooper, both of Eldon; two brothers, Charlie Bunch and Ellis Bunch, both of Eldon.

    Services will be at Blue Springs Baptist Church with the Revs. Willard Brewer and Roland Cooper officiating.

    Burial will be in Dulle Cemetery.

  1275. SSDI, 492-12-4085.
  1276. SSDI, 487-22-1508.
  1277. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, Sunday, November 10, 1991. Neoma E. Crum, 87, Eldon, died Thursday at Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Versailles. She was born Feb. 26, 1904, in Miller County, a daughter of Thomas J. and Florence Holder Bunch. She was married Sept. 30, 1922, in Tuscumbia to Ross Crum, who died March 15, 1972.

    She was a homemaker and lifetime resident of Miller County. She belonged to Barnett
    Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: one daughter, Myrna Comstock, Eldon; one sister, Lois Greenup,
    Eldon; and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Phillips funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Randall
    Bunch and the Rev. Tommy Bunch will officiate. Burial will be in Dooley Cemetery, Eldon.

  1278. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Coryell, Texas, pg 142A. DF, Fannie V, Webster F, & Winnie L Bundrant.
  1279. SSDI, 467-26-6291.
  1280. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27A. Isaiah, Martha J, Ry?? A, Milton P, Arie B, & Ethel G Bunker.
  1281. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - June 11, 1956. Milton P. Bunker Rites Set Tuesday

    ELDON (Special) -- Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at a local funeral home for Milton P. Bunker, 70, who died suddenly Sunday morning at the home of his son, Hansen Bunker, near here. The Rev. B.F. Dinwiddie will officiate with burial in the Dooley Cemetery.

    Mr. Bunker was born March 16, 1886, near Eldon, the son of Isaiah and Martha Bunker. On Jan. 17, 1909, he married Miss Bercia Cooper. She died Aug. 14, 1942.

    In addition to his son, Mr. Bunker is survived by two daughters, Miss Hazel Bunker, Fresno, Calif., and Mrs. Mildred Hess, High Point, Mo.; three sisters, Mrs. Harry Fogleman, Tuscumbia, and Miss Ethel Bunker and Mrs. W.A. Henley, both of Eldon; and two grandchildren.

  1282. Obituary, Daily Capital News - September 28, 1974. Fogleman rites Sunday

    Mrs. Arie B. Fogleman, 84, Tuscumbia, died Thursday at the Phelps County Hospital, Rolla.

    Mrs. Fogleman was born Sept. 7, 1890, at Eldon, the daughter of Isaiah and Martha Moseley Bunker. On March 6, 1912, she was married at Eldon to William Fogleman, who died in March, 1937.

    She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include: Four daughters, Mrs. Helen Lawson, Tuscumbia, Mrs. Ruby Webb, Rolla, Mrs. Pauline Mechan, Arlington, Va., and Mrs. Lilliam (sic) Thomas, Raytown; two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Henley, and Miss Ethel Bunker, both of Eldon; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church, Eldon, with the Rev. Donald Wainwright officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery, near Eldon. The Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, is in charge of arrangements.

  1283. 1860 Census, Linden, Christian, Missouri, pg 528. Nancy, Jno, & James E Bunyard.
  1284. California Birth Index, 1905 - 1995.
  1285. SSDI, 567-40-1803.
  1286. Obituary, Marin Independent Journal - June 10, 2008. Herbert D. Burford
    Passed away at the age of 74 on May 29th, 2008 at his home in San Rafael. He was the loving husband of Dianne, the father of Cheryl, and Eugene; the proud grandfather of Luke, Kristina, Matthew and Isabelle and brother of Stan. A native San Franciscan, Herb was a resident of Marin County, and for 30 years a partner in Marin Lights. He was a member of the Cursillo community and the Central Marin Rotary Club. He was an avid fisherman for more than 40 years, and for nearly five decades a season ticket holder for the San Francisco 49er's. Friends and family are invited to a memorial service on Friday, June, 20th, at 11:00a.m. in the chapel at Saint Raphael's Church in San Rafael. A lunch and celebration will be held at the Marin Art and Garden Center. Charitable contributions may be made to Hospice By the Bay, or to the UCSF Foundation, Memory and Aging Center.
  1287. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas.
  1288. 1920 Census, Topeka Ward 2, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 138A. FC Burgen.
  1289. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri.
  1290. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Joplin, Jasper, Missouri.
  1291. 1930 Census, St Louis, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 250A. Charles & Nanette Burgess
    Morris Ragland (stepson)
    Herbert Elkins (boarder).
  1292. 1920 Census, Joplin, Jasper, Missouri, pg 3A. Charles & Nora Burgess
    Mary (sisinlaw), Edward, Catherine, & James Welsh
    Loraine Bishop (roomer)
    Cecelia Bloomenthal (roomer).
  1293. 1910 Census, Joplin Ward 4, Jasper, Missouri, pg 161A. Mary C & Edward M (bro) Welch
    Charles G (broinlaw) & Nora M (sis) Burgess
    Daniel B Kelley (lodger)
    Joseph Kenney (lodger)
    George Walmon (lodger).
  1294. 1905 Census, Pittsburg, Crawford, Kansas, pg 109. Chas & Nora Burgess.
  1295. 1910 Census, Galena Ward 2, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 95A. William S, Julia S, & Mason S Morris
    Nanett Ragland (dau).
  1296. 1900 Census, Galena Ward 2, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 265A. William S, Julia F, Minnie, Nannie, Stella, & Myrtle Morris.
  1297. 1880 Census, Moberly, Randolph, Missouri, pg 46A. William, Julia, William, Charles, Lillie, & Mary Burgess.
  1298. 1870 Census, St Louis Ward 11, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 489B. William & Julia Burgess.
  1299. 1900 Census, Belcher, Montague, Texas, pg 184A. William, May, Mark E, & John B Burgess.
  1300. 1910 Census, Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas, pg 285A. William M, May O, Mark, John, & Lilly Burgess.
  1301. SSDI, 401-24-1433.
  1302. 1920 Census, Atlanta Ward 2, Fulton, Georgia, pg 93A. Rupert E & Elsie S Burke.
  1303. 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, pg 110A. Ruperte & Elsie S Burke.
  1304. 1910 Census, Stockton Ward 1, San Joaquin, California, pg 114A. Charles Burks (boarder).
  1305. 1900 Census, Osage, Miller, Missouri, pg 81A. Charles T, Pauline, & Herman T Burks.
  1306. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Stockton, San Joaquin, California.
  1307. 1910 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 102B. Frnak L, Ellen, Leslie L, & Arney L Burks.
  1308. 1930 Census, Iberia, Miller, Missouri, pg 174B. Frank L & Ellen Burks.
  1309. 1880 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 218C. William B, Clarinda, Charles T, Frank L, & Allen T Burks.
  1310. 1900 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 109B. William B, Clara, & Evie C Burks.
  1311. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.
  1312. Obituary, Daily Capital News- October 17, 1967. Mrs. Burlingame rites Wednesday

    Funeral services for Mrs. Rebecca A. Burlingame, 85, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Bowlin Funeral Chapel, California, by the Rev. Robert Hilligoss.

    Mrs. Burlingame, who lived in California, died Sunday in a local hospital. Burial will be in Sappington Cemetery near California.

    Born May 4, 1882, at Bagnell, she was the daughter of Samuel and Martha Vaughn Pruitt. She was married to Charles P. Burlingame in January, 1904. He died in 1939. Two daughters and a son also preceded Mrs. Burlingame in death.

    She was a member of the Friendship Baptist Church in California.

    Survivors include two sons, Phillip Burlingame, California, and Kenneth Burlingame, Montgomery, Ala.; two daughters, Mrs. Raymond Barbour and Mrs. Franklin Bolin, both of California; 17 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.

  1313. 1910 Census, Muncrief, McClain, Oklahoma, pg 224A. Edd, Callie, Lora, Bertha, & Noble Burlison
    Mack Cummins (servant).
  1314. 1920 Census, Eason, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, pg 223A. Ed F, Calie, Burthe, & Nable Burlison.
  1315. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Cleveland, Oklahoma.
  1316. 1930 Census, Eason, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, pg 221B. Edward F & Callie B Burleson
    Claud Featherman (lodger).
  1317. 1850 Census, Greencastle, Putnam, Indiana, pg 518A. Benjamin, Polly, Betsey, Samuel, Sarah, Nancy, Julia A, William, James, & Tighlman Burnett.
  1318. 1880 Census, Indiana, Marion, Iowa, pg 666D. Benjamin & Mary Burnett.
  1319. 1860 Census, Indiana, Marion, Iowa, pg 818. Benj, Polly, Elizabeth, Wm, Jas, Tillman, Sam G, & Ella Bennette.
  1320. 1870 Census, Indiana, Marion, Iowa, pg 44A. Benjamin, Mary & Tilman Burnett.
  1321. , , Monroe, Iowa, pg 140. Benjaman, Mary, Elizabeth, Samuel, Julia A, William, James N, & Tilman N Burnett
    Samuel Shomaker.
  1322. 1860 Census, Cedar, Monroe, Iowa, pg 287. Samuel, Mary A, & Albert Burmett.
  1323. 1870 Census, Cedar, Monroe, Iowa, pg 317B. Samuel, Mary, Norvel, Minnie & Ernest Bernet.
  1324. 1880 Census, Cedar, Monroe, Iowa, pg 119B. Samuel, Mary A, Norval B, & Pearl L Burnett.
  1325. 1900 Census, Cedar, Monroe, Iowa, pg 11A. Sanale, Mary A & Ardery Burnett.
  1326. 1910 Census, Union Twp, Monroe, Iowa, pg 242B. Samuel & Adda M Burnett.
  1327. 1920 Census, Oakley, Logan, Kansas, pg 273A. Stanley & Mary Burnett.
  1328. 1870 Census, Greencastle, Putnam, Indiana, pg 92B. William G, Mary E, Minnie, Charles, Olive, & Paul Burnett & Sarah Emerick.
  1329. 1880 Census, Plattsmouth, Cass, Nebraska, pg 144B. JH, Nellie, Carrie, Myrtle A, & Benjamin F Burnett.
  1330. 1900 Census, Laird, Frontier, Nebraska, pg 71B. James, Nellie, Frank B, Fred S, Mary L, & Charlie M Burnett.
  1331. 1910 Census, Fairview Twp, Frontier, Nebraska, pg 240B. James S, Nellie S, & Charles Burnett
    ?? Sage (minlaw).
  1332. 1920 Census, Laird, Frontier, Nebraska, pg 253A. James H & Nellie E Burnett
    Manie Fitzgerald (dau).
  1333. 1880 Census, Indiana, Marion, Iowa, pg 666D. Tilman, Sarah, & Luesena Burnett.
  1334. 1930 Census, Precinct 23, Garfield, Colorado, pg 124B. Charles B Burnett.
  1335. 1930 Census, Rifle, Garfield, Colorado, pg 71B. ______ Burnett
    Lyle (dau) & Edwin Parker.
  1336. 1920 Census, Salt Lake City Ward 4, Salt Lake, Utah, pg. Chas B, Elizabeth, Grant, Mark, & Helen Lsyle Burnett.
  1337. 1910 Census, 21-Pct West Rifle, Garfield, Colorado, pg 110A. Chas, Elizabeth, Grant, & Mark Burnett.
  1338. 1900 Census, Russell Springs, Logan, Kansas, pg 205A. Charles, Lizzie, Grant & Mark Burnette.
  1339. 1930 Census, Precinct 23, Garfield, Colorado, pg 122A. Grant, & Robert M, Roy L, Betty J, & Charlene H Burnett.
  1340. Laurel County Historical Society, Southeast Laurel County Cemeteries, v. 1.
  1341. 1900 Census, Black, Knox, Kentucky, pg 206A. William H, Rebecca S, Charles D, Robert E, Levi M, Martha D, Sudie E, Elias C, & David C Burnett.
  1342. 1910 Census, McHargue, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 172A. William, Rebeca, Charley D, Robert E, Martin, Martha D, Sula, Elias C, & Chester Burnetts.
  1343. 1920 Census, McHargue, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 275B. William H, Rebecca S, & David C Burnett.
  1344. 1930 Census, District 6, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 181A. William & Rebecca S Burnett.
  1345. 1880 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 227B. Larkin, Nannie, & Minnie Brewer
    Mary (sis) & Thomas (neph) Jackson
    Rebecca Hammock.
  1346. SSDI, 452-16-9171.
  1347. SSDI, 467-26-0160.
  1348. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Thursday, December 27, 2001. Edna Irene Burns, Eldon, died Dec. 23, 2001, in Jefferson City. She was born Jan. 9, 1922, in Hominy, Okla., a daughter of James H. and Minnie E. Bohannon Cotton. She was married to Louis Brownfield, who preceded her in death. She was married in 1946 to Victor Burns, who preceded her in death.

    She worked at the Lake City Arsenal in Kansas City and then with Chesebrough Ponds in Jefferson City and Fasco in Eldon. She also worked at the Wagon Wheel Resort in Rocky Mount. She was a member of Blue Springs Baptist Church in Eldon and the Women’s Auxiliary of VFW Post 2442 Eldon.

    Survivors include: one daughter, Donna Skanes, Eldon; one sister, Trevah Jenkins, Kansas City, Kan.; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Satuday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. John Shifflet will officiate. Burial will be in Dooley Cemetery, Eldon. Visitation will be from noon-2 p.m. Saturday. Memorials are suggested to Blue Springs Baptist Church.

  1349. 1900 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 149B. Philip & Jennie Busch.
  1350. 1930 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 216A. Phillip, Jennie H, Wilma, & Leola Busch.
  1351. 1920 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 226B. Philip, Jenny, Wilma, Hazel, Lillie, & Leola Busch.
  1352. 1930 Census, Eugene, Lane, Oregon, pg 88A. Oscar L, Georgia, Marion, & Warren Bussell.
  1353. 1920 Census, Walla Walla Ward 4, Walla Walla, Washington, pg 302A. Oscar L, Georgia, & Marian Bussell.
  1354. Obituary. Marian June Jasper
    March 8, 1918 - June 22, 2010
    Passed away June 22, 2010 at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, WA. Born March 8, 1918 in The Dalles, OR. She was preceded in death by her husband, Karl W. Jasper, and son, Frederick Jasper. She is survived by her brother, Warren Bussell of Eugene, OR; daughter, Peggy Rose Osterbuhr of Blue River, OR; son, Bob Jasper of Kapaa, HI; son, Greg Jasper of Las Vegas, NV; nine grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. Memorial service will be at 2:00pm, Sunday, June 27, 2010 at Faith Bible Church, Spokane, WA. In lieu of flowers, donation can be made in her name to missions at Faith Bible Church, 600 W. Cora, Spokane, WA 99205.
  1355. Obituary, Kokomo Tribune - August 10, 2004. Leroy S. Butcher

    Jan. 10, 1921 - Aug. 7, 2004

    Kokomo resident LeRoy S. Butcher, 83, died at home, Aug. 7, 2004, after a long illness.

    He was born Jan. 10, 1921, in Maynardville, Tenn., a son of Elmer and Sallie Bula (Robinson) Butcher.

    He married Phyllis Colleen Hunter June 6, 1943, and she passed away July 21, 2000. He married Patricia Hornbuckle Dec. 17, 2002, and she survives.

    He graduated from Kokomo High School in 1940 and received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Coast Guard. He worked as a supervisor at Delco Electronics, retiring in 1985.

    He was a member of Elks Lodge 190.

    He is survived by his wife of Kokomo; a daughter, Jan Shook; and grandchildren, Denise and husband Arnold of Denver, Colo., and Scott of Kokomo.

    In addition to his first wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, E. Fred Butcher.

    Services are 11 a.m. Wednesday in Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home, 2097 W. Alto Road, with the Rev. Harold William officiating. Entombment will follow in Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery, where the Kokomo VFW Military Rites Team will conduct services.

    Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.

  1356. Obituary, Kokomo Tribune - July 21, 2000. Phyllis Butcher

    Phyllis Colleen Butcher, 75, 1813 S. Indiana Ave., died 3:23 a.m. Friday, July 21, 2000, at her residence. She was born July 6, 1925, in Kokomo, the daughter of Roland Hunter and Mabel Lorena (Aldrich) Hunter. She was the wife of LeRoy Scott Butcher, who survives. They were married in 1943.

    She retired from Delco Electronics in 1983 and was a 1943 graduate of Kokomo High School.

    Also surviving are a daughter, Janice E. (Butcher) Shook, Kokomo; a sister, Doris J. (Hunter) Riley, Houston, Texas; and two grandchildren, Denise R. Bellmer and Scott D. Shook.

    She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Virginia L. (Hunter) Murphy.

    Services are 1 p.m. Tuesday at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home, 2097 W. Alto Road. Entombment will be at Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.

  1357. SSDI.
  1358. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 131A. James R, Mary G, Laura A, & George W Butler.
  1359. 1880 Census, District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 195B. James, Mary, Sarah, & Laura Butler.
  1360. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 131A. James G & Maggie Butler.
  1361. 1860 Census, District 8, Campbell, Tennessee, pg 473B. Marion, Sarah, Robert, & Martha Ann Butler.
  1362. 1870 Census, District 7, Campbell, Tennessee, pg 61A. Sarah, James, Martha, & Sarah Butler.
  1363. 1880 Census, Civil District 11, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 217B. Robert G, Elizabeth, Daniel F, & Mary Ann Wily
    Sarah Butler (mominlaw).
  1364. 1880 Census, District 18, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 194A. William S, Lydia J, William A, Mary L, Aaron G, Arrena J & James M Butler
    Lydia Uptigrove (minlaw).
  1365. 1870 Census, District 18, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 488A. William, Jane, Phillipe, Parthena, Caroline, Elijah T, Sarah, Prissilla, Louiza, W..... & Louela Butler
    Lidda Uphygrove.
  1366. Mary Turner Kinard, Choctaw Nation Marriages.
  1367. SSDI, 444-20-0177.
  1368. 1860 Census, Plattin, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 475. JT, LC, & Mary Ann Byrd
    William & Mary Ann Toolosse.
  1369. 1870 Census, Plattin, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 317A. John T, Catharine, Mary A, & Thomas S Byrd
    Achilles Smith
    Emma C Haile.
  1370. 1880 Census, Plattin, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 51C. John T, Catherine, Maryann, & Thomas S Byrd
    Achilles Smith.
  1371. 1880 Census, Bushs, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 269B. Wm J, Mahala, & Matilda A Cabbage
    Lydia L Hammock (sisnlaw).
  1372. 1900 Census, Bush, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 189A. William J, Mahala, Matilda B, Alexander L, Lydia F, Martha E, Mary J, Nannie L, John W, Charles A, & Daniel R Cabbage
    Lydia L Hammock (sisnlaw).
  1373. 1910 Census, Spangle, Spokane, Washington, pg 222B. William J, Mahalia, Janie, Nannie, John W, Charles, & Daniel R Cabbage
    Lyddia Hammack.
  1374. 1930 Census, Waverly, Spokane, Washington, pg 255A. Henry, Lydie, William, Henry, & Lorraine Werng
    William J Cabbage (fathinlaw).
  1375. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Garfield, Washington.
  1376. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Whitman, Washington.
  1377. 1870 Census, Payson, Adams, Illinois, pg 369A. Thomas, Ellen, Thomas, Susan, Lena B, S???, & John Cadwaleder
    Jane Griggs.
  1378. 1880 Census, Payson, Adams, Illinois, pg 311B. Isaac, Ellen, Thomas, Susan, Cora, Allen, Joseph, Margset, & Lena Cadwollander.
  1379. 1900 Census, Manitou, El Paso, Colorado, pg 106A. James Benson
    Isaac Cadwalader (boarder - div).
  1380. 1910 Census, District 150, Los Angeles Assembly District 73, Los Angeles, California, pg 140A. Isaac & Sarah H Cadwalader (married 1 year).
  1381. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 8 (West Part), Ellis, Texas, pg 265A. Henry, Sarah A, Ida, Ada, Virgel, Minnie, Viola, Bertha, & Arther Cagle
    Emmet Powell (boarder).
  1382. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 5, Navarro, Texas, pg 180A. Henry, Sarah A, Ada, Virgil A, Sarah V, Bertha L, & James A Cagle.
  1383. 1920 Census, Frost, Navarro, Texas, pg 136B. HA, Sarah W, & Viola Cagle.
  1384. 1930 Census, Bradford, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 162A. Earl E, Oollah J, & Vernon E Cahoon.
  1385. 1860 Census, Township 38 Range 13, Pulaski, Missouri, pg 325. Zechriah, Rachel, James, Geo, Mary C, John H, Malnida J, Martha, & Berry Caldwell.
  1386. 1870 Census, Tavern, Pulaski, Missouri, pg 212A. Patton, J Rebekah, John, Zachariah, Berry, & Jane Caldwell.
  1387. SSDI, 500-54-3339.
  1388. Obituary, News and Tribune - May 23, 1971. Mrs. Polly, 89, California, dies

    Mrs. Nancy Lula Lamm Polly, 89, California, died Saturday at the Canvalcare Nursing Home, California.

    She was born Nov. 3, 1881, at Bagnell, the daughter of Berry and Elizabeth Cotton Caldwell. She was married May 21, 1897, to Joseph Lamm. He died April 10, 1955. She married Joe Polly on June 10, 1956. He died Dec. 3, 1959.

    She was a member of the Main Street Baptist Church, California.

    Survivors include: One son, John Lamm, Sr., Richland; One daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Lucas, California; two half-brothers, Joe Clark, Richmond, Kan., and Sam Allen, Eldon; four grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Williams Funeral Home Chapel, California, with Rev. Rufus Longnecker officiating. Burial will be in Duley Cemetery, Eldon.

  1389. Obituary, The Miller County Autogram-Sentinel, Thursday, Jan. 31, 1991. Vivian F. Caldwell, 98, of Eldon died Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1991 at Still Regional
    Medical Center in Jefferson City. She was born Sept. 17, 1892 in Tuscumbia to John and Augusta Hauenstein Fogelman. She was married April 17, 1912 in Aurora Springs to Charles M. Caldwell, who died in 1968.

    Mrs. Caldwell lived in the Eldon community most of her life. She was a member of the
    Eldon First Baptist Church. She had taught school and been employed as a floor supervisor at Glaser Brothers Manufacturing in Eldon prior to her retirement.

    She was preceded in death by a son, Roy Neil Caldwell, in 1933. Surviving her are
    nieces and nephews, Helen Slone of Eldon; Ruby Webb of Louisville, Miss.; Pauline Meehan of Arlington, Va.; Lillian Thomas of Raytown; Dorothy Davidson of Springfield; Virginia Wilkerson of Florida; Julie Cole of Ash Grove; Murray Davidson of Cleveland, Ohio; Robert Davidson of Chardon, Ohio; Noel Davidson of Havre, Mont.; John Davidson of Branson; and Ola Fogelman of Jefferson City.

    Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon with the Rev. Gene Edwards and the Rev. Randall Bunch officiating. Burial was in Tuscumbia Cemetery.

  1390. Obituary, Nov. 2, 1933 Eldon Advertiser. FAIR PLAY WOMAN DIES
    -------------------------------
    Funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Caldwell Cunningham

    Held at M. E. Church Monday
    -----------------------------------------------------
    The funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Caldwell Cunningham was held at the Methodist Church here Monday afternoon by the Rev. Raymond Gilbreath, the pastor. Mrs. Cunningham died at Fair Play, Mo. Oct. 29, 1933. She was born near Tuscumbia Dec. 14, 1847 and at the time of her death was almost 86 years old. In the early 1870's she was marrried to Columbus T. Cunningham. To this union two children were born. James W. Cunningham of Miller County, Mo., and Minnie J. Cornett of Fair Play, Mo. Her husband preceded her in death about thirty years ago. Mrs. Cunningham spent the greater part of her life near Eldon until the past five years during which time she lived with her daughter at Fair Play. She was converted at Blue Springs Baptist Church near Bagnell in 1880. Her life was a high standard of Christian living, and she was consecrated and faithful during the long years she lived. Long years ago she remarked to her District Superintendent that she had been a Christian for over fifty years and was not tired of the way. It was her request that the song, "O Think of The Home Over There," be sung at her funeral. She lived in Peaceful anti- cipation of that home. During her affliction she was patient and uncomplaining because of her faith in God.

    Burial was made at Dooley Cemetery.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Rev. Robert Aldritch officiated at the services Sunday. Burial was in the Eldon Cemetery.

  1391. Obituary, Eldon Advertiser. John Alfred Caldwell, son of David and Jane Caldwell, was born April 20, 1855, and passed away on October 16, 1940, at Eldon, Mo.
    He was united in marriage to Mollie Vann June 25, 1876. To this union 10 children were born. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Morris of Canyon City, Colo. and Mrs. Lucy Gouge, Eldon, Mo.; and six children, Mrs. Eva- lena James, Eldon, Mo.; Foley Caldwell, Independence,Kans.; Mrs. Carrie Houser, Liberty, Mo.; Clarence E. Caldwell, Eldon, Mo.; Mrs. Jennie Bowden, Eldon, Mo.; and Mrs. Maude Simmons, Kansas City, Mo.

    There are 23 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild.

    John Caldwell was converted to the Christian Faith early in life and united with the Blue Springs Church. He was or- dained to the Baptist ministry in 1902. His ministry was largely in Miller, Morgan, Laclede, Camden, and Pulaski counties. He was active in the ministry as pastor and missionary up to within a few years of his death.

    Rev. Caldwell lay in state at the Kays Funeral Home Chapel until Friday at 2 p.m. when a loving and impressive service was conducted by Rev. David Vaughan at Mt. Carmel Church. A special song was rendered by Rev. D. W. Jones of the Eldon Church. Interment was made in the Lamb Cemetery.

  1392. Obituary, Unknown paper -- Nov. 15, 1945. RITES HELD FOR MRS. NANCY JANE MORRIS

    Funeral rites were held for Nancy Jane Morris Friday afternoon, November 2 at the Gray Cemetery in Miller County.Mrs. Morris died at her home in Canon City, Colo. October 29 (1945).
    The Rev. Alexander, pastor of the Eldon Christian Church officiated.
    Nancy Jane Caldwell was born in Miller County, January 6, 1876.
    She was married to William Thomas Stark March 17, 1882 and on April 26, 1885 she was married to Benjamin Hampton Morris. Three children were born to them.
    In early life Mrs. Morris became a member of the Baptist church later transferring her membership to the Christian church. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Violetly Morris of the home, a step daughter, Mrs. Ida Manning of Jefferson City and a sister, Mrs. Lucy Gouge of Eldon. Her husband and two sons preceded her in death.

    Mrs. Morris has spent the greater part of her life in Missouri but for the past 25 years had lived in Canon City, Colorado. note; Nancy Jane is the daughter of David and Nancy Jane Hawkins Caldwell of Aurora Springs, Missouri.

  1393. Obituary, Eldon Advertiser-- November 25, 1937. LONG TIME RESIDENT OF MILLER COUNTY DIES

    Jefferson D. Caldwell was born October 20, 1861 and departed this life at the Eldon Hospital, November 18, 1937. He was a son of David and Jane (Hawkins) Caldwell.

    In the year of 1886 he was married to Anna McCasland of Centerview, John County, Mo. To this union two children were born, Bertha and Myrtle. Bertha died in infancy and Myrtle at the age of nine years. His wife preceded him in death in the year of 1895. He was a devoted husband, a kind and loving father, a good neighbor and a friend to the poor and needy. When a young man he united with the Aurora Springs Baptist Church. Mr. Caldwell's entire life was spent in or near West Aurora and in his demise West Aurora has lost a good citizen, friend and neighbor. He is survive by one brother and three sisters, John Caldwell and Lucy Gouge of Eldon, Nancy Morris of Colorado and Louisa Vann of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a host of other relatives and friends. The funeral service was conducted Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon, by the Rev. D. W. Jones pastor of the First Baptist Church of Eldon. Burial was made at Dooley Cemetery. Mr. Caldwell had been ill only a few days and was brought to the hospital on Sunday, November 14.

  1394. Obituary, Eldon Advertiser - April 18, 1948. SERVICES HELD MONDAY FOR MRS. LUCY GOUGE

    Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy A. Gouge were held Monday after- noon at the Aurora Springs Bap- tist Church. The services were conducted by Rev. Frank A. Smith and Rev. C. K. Gortner. Burial was in the Dooley Cemetery, with Phillips Funeral Home service.

    Mrs. Gouge died suddenly at her home in Aurora Springs, Sat- urday afternoon, April 3, 1948. She would have been 83 years old on April 25. Her death was attributed to a heart attack.

    Born in Miller County, Mo., April 25, 1865, Lucy A. Caldwell was the daughter of David and Nancy Caldwell. She was mar- ried to George W. Gouge on December 1, 1887, and to them six children were born, four of them having preceded her in death. Her husband died Aug. 13, 1933.

    She is survived by one son and one daughter Ernest E. Gouge of Columbia, Mo. and Mrs Harry Gouge of Silver Lake, Kansas. Three of her grandchildren were left orphans at an early age and she reared them as her own. They are Mrs. Noah Spratt, Mrs. Clarence Tracy of Eldon and Mrs. Robert Graham of St. Louis. Other grand children are Richard, Evelyn and Gerald Jenkins and Emola and Forrest Gouge. There are 18 great grandchildren.

    Mrs. Gouge's entire life was spend it and near Eldon. She became a member of the Baptist church at an early age and was a charter member of the Aurora Springs Baptist Church.

  1395. 1850 Census, District 46, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 162A. Allen T & Icyoinda A Campbell
    James J McCormack
    Urial B Burris.
  1396. 1860 Census, Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 254. AT, Martha A, Edward P, Wm H, & Emily Campbell
    John Miller.
  1397. 1880 Census, Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 191C. Allen T & Edward Campbell.
  1398. 1900 Census, Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 230A. Edward, Clara B, & Very May Campbell.
  1399. 1910 Census, Lexington Ward 3, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 274A. EB, Clara, & Vera May Campbell.
  1400. 1920 Census, Lexington Ward 3, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 220B. Ed, Clara, & Vera May Campbell.
  1401. 1930 Census, Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 197B. EB & Clara Campbell
    Nancy McCleney (mominlaw).
  1402. 1910 Census, Lexington Ward 3, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 281A. WA, Nannie J, & Ralph Campbell.
  1403. 1900 Census, Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri, pg 232A. William H, Nannie J, Allen J, Fred F, Silus W, & Ralph W Campbell.
  1404. 1860 Census, Subdivision 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 352A. George, Nancy, Robert, Eliza, James, Isaac, Mary, Benjamin, & Margarett Campbell.
  1405. 1870 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 310B. Nancy, Isaac, Mary, Benjamin, Margaret, & George Campbell
    Crutchfield Campbell.
  1406. 1880 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 210D. James, Mary, Grant R, Winfield S, Valley, Margret, & Dorcus Campbell
    James Tracy (hired).
  1407. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 142B. James, Emma, Darcus, Hawk, Tippie, Charlie, Kyle, James Jr, & George (bro) Campbell.
  1408. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 65B. James C, Hawk, Ewin T, & Charlie B Campbell
    Dave T Lernarr (servant).
  1409. 1880 Census, District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 146C. Isaac, Florance E, Cora, Minnie, & Viola Cambel
    Abigail Fullington (mominlaw)
    George W Debusk (broinlaw).
  1410. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 167A. Isaac, Elizza F, Ora ?, Isaac G, Ross T, & Maggie RB Campbell.
  1411. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 133A. Isaac C, Eliza F, Isaac G, Ross T, & Maggie R Campbelle.
  1412. 1880 Census, , Madison, Alabama, pg 235B. George, Sarah E, Robert, Albert, & Nesma (sis) Campbell.
  1413. 1880 Census, Saint Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, pg 284C. Redford S, Melisse B, Melinda E, William J, & Frances A Davenport
    John Campbell (gsosn).
  1414. SSDI, 516-66-8598.
  1415. SSDI, 410-62-0299.
  1416. SSDI, 414-28-2878.
  1417. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Phelps, Missouri.
  1418. 1920 Census, Saint Ferdinand, St Louis, Missouri, pg 48A. Wilbur & James Campbell (orphans).
  1419. 1910 Census, Arlington Twp, Phelps, Missouri, pg 127B. Elan C, Tennie Q, & Alcia (mom) Cambell.
  1420. SSDI, 492-05-7426.
  1421. SSDI, 488-03-8720.
  1422. SSDI, 410-54-5895 .
  1423. 1900 Census, District 3, Humphreys, Tennessee, pg 198A. James L, Ruth, & Sarah (mother) Canada.
  1424. SSDI, 304-18-8647.
  1425. SSDI, 411-18-7059.
  1426. Obituary, Knoxville News-Sentinel - May 14, 2006. CANNON, ETHEL - age 91, of Jacksboro passed away at her home Friday, May 12, 2006. Member of Jacksboro United MethodistChurch. Preceded in death by husband Emory Cannon, infant children Shirley & Wanda Cannon, parents William H. & Doxie Marsee Davis, brothers Jay & Walter Davis. Survivors: son: Emory "Jack" Cannon, Jr. & wife Peggy grandchildren: Jack & VickieCannon, Jacksboro, Wanda & David Justice, Cleveland great grandchildren: Christy Roach, Jessica & Brandon Justice great great-grandchild:Cassidy Stokes. Funeral services 8 PM Sunday Cross Chapel with Rev. Lyle White and Rev. George Asbury officiating. Interment10 AM Monday Jacksboro Cemetery. Family will receive friends 6 until 8 p.m. Sunday at Cross Funeral Home, LaFollette
    .
  1427. 1900 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 54A. HM Cantrell (boarder).
  1428. 1930 Census, Beat 5, Pontotoc, Mississippi, pg 191B. William E, Dolly E, Glenny, Mattie E, & Ruby L Capwell.
  1429. 1920 Census, Beat 5, Pontotoc, Mississippi, pg 74A. William A, Dollie E, Vienna, & Glennie Capwell.
  1430. Obituary, News and Tribune - December 31, 1967. Tuesday rites for Mr. Cardwell

    Sidney W. Cardwell, 86, died Saturday afternoon at Memorial Hospital.

    Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Buescher Memorial Chapel. The Rev. Dwight Clark will officiate, with burial in Hawthorn Memorial Gardens.

    Mr. Cardwell of Expressview Drive, had been in ill health the last five years.

    He was born Aug. 15, 1881, the son of Hinton and Barbara Kitz Cardwell. On July 2, 1905, he was married to Miss Myrtle M. Snelling who survives.

    Also surviving are two sons, Cleet Cardwell, Cedar City, Earl Cardwell, Jefferson City.

    Other survivors include seven daughters, Mrs. Tate Smith, Mrs. Lawrence Phelps and Mrs. Louis Fischer, all of Jefferson City, Mrs. William Johnston, Olean, Mrs. Ralph Dietrich, Waterloo, Iowa, Mrs. Lawrence Edwards, Des Moines, Iowa, and Mrs. Del Brummet, Columbia; 21 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

    One brother and three sisters also survive. They are:

    Charles Cardwell, Jefferson City; and Mrs. Tillie Anderson, Mrs. Lulie Hogue, both of the state of California; and Mrs. Rose Quinn, Eldon.

    Mr. Cardwell attended schools in Miller County. He moved to Jefferson City in 1913.

    Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

  1431. Obituary, News-Tribune - December 7, 2010. Sidney W. "Bobbie" Johnsey, age 96, of Eldon, died Sunday, December 5, 2010, in Eldon. She was born April 1, 1914, in Kaiser, the daughter of Sidney Worth Cardwell and Melinda (Snellen) Cardwell. She was married on April 3, 1931, to Eulis Burnett "Bert" Roark, who preceded her in death on March 16, 1961. She was then married on September 10, 1965, to William F. Johnsey, who preceded her in death on March 1, 1989. She was a waitress and was employed with Tweedie Shoe Factory. Survivors include: one son and daughter-in-law, Billy G. and Betty Roark of Olean; one daughter and son-in-law, Grace M. and Richard Goodman of Jefferson City; one step-daughter, Sandra G. Johnsey of Chandler, Ariz.; one granddaughter and grandson-in-law, Cindy R. and Steve Sweeten of Lohman; one grandson, John K. Goodman of Fairway, Kan.; three great-grandchildren, Hannah R. Hammann and her husband Stacy of St. Mary, Ga., Amanda K. Hammann and her husband Scott of Russellville, and John Sweeten and his wife Beth of Lohman; four great-great-grandchildren, Kamryn Sweeten, Zane Sweeten, Katie Grace Hammann, and Aaron Hammann; one sister, Wilma Hazelbaker of Des Moines, Iowa; and several nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by five sisters, Velma Smith, Sofa Phelps, Ofa Fischer, Susie Dietrich, and Nellie Brummet; and two brothers, Cleet Cardwell and Earl Cardwell. Visitation will be held from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, December 8, at the Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Funeral services will immediately follow at 10:30 a.m. with Brother Ryan Stiffler officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, Jefferson City. Memorials are suggested to Hospice Compassus, 600 Monroe St., Suite 100, Jefferson City, MO 65101.
  1432. 1920 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 154B. Frank, Monlest, Gloam, Gail, Elric, Web, & Icle Cardwell.
  1433. Obituary, News and Tribune - August 6, 1972. Mrs. Quinn, 79, dies Saturday

    Mrs. Rose Quinn, 79, of Eldon, died Saturday at her home.

    Mrs. Quinn was born Oct. 15, 1892, the daughter of J.W. and Barbara Cardwell.

    Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Hildred Uber, Olean; one son, Lawrence Quinn, Eldon; one sister, Matilda Cardwell, Eldon; one brother, C.L. Cardwell, Jefferson City; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 3:30 p.m. today at the Phillips Funeral Home chapel in Eldon. Burial will be in Lamm Cemetery, Eldon.
    .

  1434. 1901 Census, Smiths Falls, Leeds and Grenville, Ontario, Canada, pg 3. Horace, Hulda, Eva, Frank, & Ola Carley.
  1435. 1910 Census, Barclay Twp, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 2B. Fred Carlton (servant).
  1436. 1900 Census, Eagle, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 130B. John, Izora, Mamie L, & Fred E Carlton.
  1437. SSDI, 476-12-8242.
  1438. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Hill, Texas.
  1439. SSDI, 464-48-6078.
  1440. SSDI, 465-22-1302.
  1441. SSDI, 467-07-8537.
  1442. SSDI, 462-56-6828.
  1443. 1900 Census, Precenct 1, Hill, Texas, pg 54B. Henry, Fannie, Conway, James, Horace, Lena, Iva, Ethel, & Floyd Carmichael & Eliza Lovelace.
  1444. 1910 Census, 1 J-Pct, Hill, Texas, pg 53B. Elizabeth, Conway, James Q, Lena, Ina, Ethel, Floyd, & John Carmichael.
  1445. SSDI, 513-48-5505.
  1446. SSDI, 413-07-3703.
  1447. 1920 Census, Conway, Faulkner, Arkansas, pg 95A. Hiram C & Mollie M Carpenter.
  1448. 1910 Census, Lick Mountain, Conway, Arkansas, pg 134A. Hiram C, Mollie, Ardith, & Ray Carpenter.
  1449. 1870 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 265B. Wilson & Jesee Carpenter.
  1450. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 178B. Isaiah & Mary Standifer
    Jessie, Mary, Almeda, & Cordelia Carpenter.
  1451. 1930 Census, Middlesborough, Bell, Kentucky, pg 92A. Milton L, Annie, Mossie E, Sarah, Edith, & Otis Carr.
  1452. 1910 Census, Civil District 5, Campbell, Tennessee, pg 16A . LM & Rachel Carr.
  1453. SSDI, 404-28-3390 .
  1454. 1900 Census, Knoxville Ward 6, Knox, Tennessee, pg 95B. David B, Nellie, & Nellie G Cawood
    Lewis J, Maggie C, Claud, & Evelyn Carr.
  1455. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 159A. Jane E Laswell
    Mary L Carrinder (sis)
    James M Carrinder (bro).
  1456. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 187A. Joel J, Nettie, Effie, & Jessie Carrender
    Charlie T (broinlaw) & Mary E (sisnlaw) Hollenbeck.
  1457. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 137B. Joel, Nettie, Myrtle M, & Effie A Carrender
    Elmer E Uber (boarder).
  1458. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Labette, Kansas.
  1459. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - July 13, 1962. Mrs. Carrender Dies at Age 100

    ELDON (Special) -- Mrs. Sara Leona Carrender died at her home in Eldon Thursday at the age of 100 years and seven months.

    Mrs. Carrender was born near Tuscumbia Dec. 8, 1861, the daughter of W.T. and Irene Ann Thompson Harrison. She married W.C. Carrender on Aug. 14, 1881. He died March 7, 1922.

    Survivors include: two sons, Herbert Carrender, Kansas City and Oscar Carrender, Lexington; three daughters, Mrs. Anna Allen, Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Mary Dobson and Mrs. Elsie Wynkoop, both of Eldon; two brothers, John H. Harrison, Eldon, and T.J. Harrison, Versailles; two sister, Mrs. Lee Williams, Palco, Kan., and Mrs. M.E. Slote, Eldon; 13 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at an Eldon funeral home, the Rev. Harold Dodds officiating, with burial in Salem Cemetery north of Eldon.

  1460. 1920 Census, Mountain, Logan, Arkansas, pg 238A. Jerry, Julia, Woodrow, Hazel, Billy, & Alta Carrol.
  1461. 1930 Census, Mountain, Logan, Arkansas, pg 211B. Jerry, Julia, Woodrow W, Hazel, Billie, Alta, Bradford, Jerry B, Edith & Charles Carroll.
  1462. 1910 Census, Short Mountain, Logan, Arkansas, pg 226B. Campbell W Scarbrough
    Mary Day
    Julia Ford
    Thora Day.
  1463. SSDI, 431-16-7172.
  1464. SSDI, 432-22-9288.
  1465. 1900 Census, Short Mountain, Logan, Arkansas, pg 164B. Jerry, Viola, Walter L, Ethel, Jerry Jr, Odell, Otto, & Dewey Carrall.
  1466. 1910 Census, Short Mtn Twp, Logan, Arkansas, pg 226B. Jerry, Viola, Jerry Jr, Odell, Otto, Dewey, Ruth, Cecil, & Addie L Carroll
    Oscar B, Ethel, Grace, Vernah, & Prichard Misner.
  1467. 1920 Census, Mountain, Logan, Arkansas, pg 234B. Viola, Otto, Odel, Dewey, Ruth, Ethel (dinlaw), Cecil & Lillian Carroll.
  1468. SSDI, 496-32-5109.
  1469. SSDI, 441-03-2213.
  1470. 1930 Census, Pascoe, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, pg 212B. Odell, Tessie, Golda, & Earl Carroll.
  1471. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Logan, Arkansas.
  1472. 1930 Census, Precinct 4, Upton, Texas, pg 288B. Otto M, Ethel, Pauline, Bernise, Blanche, & Ray Carroll.
  1473. SSDI, 449-09-3142.
  1474. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 555-14-7950.
  1475. 1910 Census, Columbia, Randolph, Arkansas, pg 34B. Johnathan Y, Mary E, Lena D, Walter Y, Stella G, Florence I, & Susan V Jarvis
    Myrtle E (dau) & John H (soninlaw) Carroll.
  1476. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Craighead, Arkansas.
  1477. 1900 Census, Pocahontas, Randolph, Arkansas, pg 67B. John H, Sarah S, William J, Edith C, Myrtle C, John H Jr, & Finis E Carroll.
  1478. newfamilysearch.org.
  1479. Obituary, Daily Capital News - April 28, 1967. Service Saturday for Mrs. Strange

    The funeral for Mrs. Myrtle Elizabeth Strange, 75, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Bagnell Baptist Church by the Rev. Dean Catlett.

    Burial will be in the Toll Woods Cemetery.

    Mrs. Strange of Route 3, Eldon, died Tuesday evening at a Jefferson City hospital of burns which she received in a fire.

    Mrs. Strange was born Oct. 14, 1891 at Tuscumbia, daughter of John W. and Mary E. Wood Jarvis. She was married to John H. Carroll, who died Oct. 13, 1947.

    She was married to Jess Strange in 1953. He survives.

    Other survivors include three sons, Raymond Carroll and Woodrow Carroll, both of Eldon; Roy Carroll, Thenton, Mich.; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Choate, Salinas, Calif.; Mrs. Hazel Meyer, Lanham, Md.; three sisters, Mrs. Stella Rea, Carroway, Ark., Mrs. Sylvia Gilkerson and Miss Florence Jarvis, Jonesboro, Ark.; two brothers, Clifford Jarvis, Carroway, Ark., and George Jarvis, Lacenter, Wash., and 27 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.

  1480. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, February 5, 1993. Woodrow Carroll, 73, Eldon, died Wednesday at Still Regional Medical Center (Jefferson City). He was born Oct. 23, 1919, in Caraway Ark., a son of John H. and Myrtle Jarvis Carroll. He was married to Minnie E. Carroll who died in 1983. He later was married in Eldon to Dorothy Butkanon, who survives at the home. He was a truck driver with the Kansas City Stockyards. After his retirement in 1979, he moved to Eldon.

    Other survivors include: one stepson, Frank Cooper, state of Arkansas; and one stepdaughter, Jane Kingsmill, state of Georgia.

    Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Philips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Eldon Myers will officiate. Burial will be in Toll Wood Cemetery, Eldon. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society.

  1481. SSDI, 432-18-9199.
  1482. Obituary, News and Tribune - January 10, 1965. Rober Carroll Dies At Home Near Eldon

    ELDON (Special) -- Funeral services of Robert E. Carroll, 37, who died Thursday at his home near Eldon, will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, at the Bagnel Baptist Church with the Rev. Gilbert Neely officiating. Burial will be in Toll Wood Cemetery, near Eldon.

    Mr. Carroll was born Feb. 27, 1928, the son of John H. and Myrtle Jarvis Carroll.

    Survivors include: His mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Strange, Eldon; three brothers, Raymond Carroll, Eldon, Roy Carroll, Wyandotte, Mich., and Woodrow Carroll, Kansas City; two sisters, Mrs. Virginia Choate, Sa??is, Calif., and Mrs. Hazel Meyer, Baltimore, Md.; one step-brother and three step-sisters.

  1483. 1910 Census, 3-Wd Waco, Mclennan, Texas, pg 173A. Ross, Ola, & Essie L Carroll
    Sam & Emma Shelton.
  1484. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 6, Fort Bend, Texas, pg 12B. Lawrence R, Ola, Effie, Etheline, Cecil, Virginia, & Mary F Carroll.
  1485. 1930 Census, Houston, Harris, Texas, pg 41A. L Ross, Ola, Cecil R, Mary F, Eugene W, Dorothy M, & David B Carroll
    John T & Virginia (dau) White.
  1486. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Harris, Texas.
  1487. Obituary, Denton Record-Chronicle (TX) - Monday, July 25, 2005. Pauline Laverne Moore, 84, of Denton died Saturday July 23, 2005, at Presbyterian Hospital of Denton.

    She was born Nov. 9, 1920, in Ranger to Otto M. Carroll and Ethel Underwood Carroll. She attended McCamey public schools.

    The family will be at DeBerry Funeral Directors for visitation from 6 to 7 p.m. Monday, July 25.

    Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 26, in the chapel of DeBerry Funeral Directors with the Rev. Cliff Feeler officiating. Burial will be in Belew Cemetery in Aubrey.

    She is survived by a bother, Roy M. and wife Wilma Carroll of Denton; and two sisters, Blanche Olesen of Overton and Mildred White of Odessa. She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas L. Moore.

    DeBerry Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements.

  1488. 1920 Census, Warren, Jo Daviess, Illinois, pg 226B. James P, May I, & Robert H Carson.
  1489. 1910 Census, Warren, Jo Daviess, Illinois, pg 220B. Robert & Theresa E Hawley
    James P (soninlaw), May I, & Robert H Canon.
  1490. 1900 Census, Elma and Montesano towns, Chehalis, Washington, pg 238B. James P, May H, & Robert H Carson.
  1491. 1930 Census, Stockton, San Joaquin, California, pg 211A. Robert H & Genevieve B Carson.
  1492. 1900 Census, Galesburg, Kingman, Kansas, pg 239B. John L & Margaret A Carson
    Silas A, Charlie D, & Alfred B Blackard (stepsons).
  1493. 1930 Census, Missoula, Missoula, Montana, pg 71A. Walter A & Hazel P McFrederick
    John L (fathinlaw) & Margrett (mominlaw) Carson.
  1494. 1910 Census, Asbury, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 4A. John L, Marget, & Hazel Carson
    Robert D Poynor (fathinlaw).
  1495. 1920 Census, Greensburg, Kiowa, Kansas, pg 163A. Joseph L & Margaret A Carson.
  1496. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 550-22-0831.
  1497. 1901 Census, Athens, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 7. John & Elzabeth Carss
    Gibson (sinlaw) & Lella M (gdau) William.
  1498. 1911 Census, Athens, Brockville, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. John & Elizabeth Carss.
  1499. 1881 Canadian Census, Yonge & Escott Rear, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 50. John, Elzabeth, Alice, James, & Susan Caise.
  1500. 1930 Census, El Paso, El Paso, Texas, pg 222B. Mode H, Josephine, & Arleen Caruthers.
  1501. 1900 Census, Adair, Camden, Missouri, pg 5B. Sam, Della, Dora B, Bertha A, & Dewey Carver
    Willard Price (broinlaw).
  1502. 1910 Census, Adair, Camden, Missouri, pg 173B. Samuel, Della, Dora, Bertha, Carl, & Mary Carver.
  1503. SSDI, 314-14-9588.
  1504. 1880 Census, Chatfield, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 271A. Rollin A, Jennie L, Lillian V, & Evelyn Case.
  1505. 1900 Census, Seattle Ward 7, King, Washington, pg 115A. Rollin A, Georgina L, Evelyine, William R, Jennie L, Rollin A Jr, Gehial L, Lloyd B, & Gladys J Case
    Ella M, Otto A, & Adelbert Case.
  1506. 1910 Census, Des Moines, King, Washington. pg 245B. Rollin A, Georgeina, Rollin A Jr, Gehial L, Lloyd B, & Gladys D Case
    US Davis (boarder).
  1507. 1920 Census, Des Moines, King, Washington, pg 11A. Rollin A, Georgia L, & Lloyd B Case.
  1508. SSDI, 563-46-6667.
  1509. 1900 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 367A. James, Catherine E, T Winfield, Oscar, Roy, & Verney Cassel.
  1510. 1910 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 207B. James, Catherine, Roy, & Verne Cassel.
  1511. 1920 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 45B. James, Catharine, Verney, & Rua (gdau) Cassel.
  1512. 1930 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 268A. James, Catherine, & Reva (gdau) Cassel
    Vernie, Edith P, & Kenneth (nephew) Cassel.
  1513. 1900 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 367A. William & Hattie Cassel.
  1514. 1920 Census, Portland, Ionia, Michigan, pg 11B. William W, Harriet E, William ?, Catherine E, James D, Emma L, Mary O, & Elta M (niece)Cassel.
  1515. 1910 Census, Ionia Ward 2, Ionia, Michigan, pg 274B. William W, Hattie E, William L, Catherine E, James D, & Emma L Cassel.
  1516. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Ionia, Michigan.
  1517. 1930 Census, Portland, Ionia, Michigan, pg 233B. William W, William L, Emma L, & Mary O Cassel.
  1518. 1910 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 207A. Frank, Florence, Elta, Jennie, & Emma Cassel.
  1519. 1900 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 367A. James F, Florence S, & Elta M Cassel.
  1520. 1930 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 266B. Frank, Florence S, Alice M, Julia E, & Joseph A Cassel.
  1521. 1920 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 44B. Frank J, Florence S, Alta M, Jennie I, Emma E, Alice M, & Julia L Cassel.
  1522. 1920 Census, Ionia Ward 2, Ionia, Michigan, pg 146A. Thomas W, Elizabeth, Ralph F, & Virginia W Cassel.
  1523. 1910 Census, Ionia, Ionia, Michigan, pg 1A. Winfield, Elizabeth, & Ralph F Castle.
  1524. 1900 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 365A. Lewis, Julia E, & Daisy M Staples
    Asa Cassel (servant).
  1525. 1910 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 216A. George & Viola Gunn
    Asa (sinlaw) & Bulah Cassel.
  1526. 1920 Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan, pg 51A. Asa N, Beula A, & Kenneth Cassel.
  1527. 1930 Census, Portland, Ionia, Michigan, pg 227A. Asa N, Beulah A, & Kenneth G Cassel.
  1528. SSDI, 373-09-1897.
  1529. 1910 Census, Ionia, Ionia, Michigan, pg 13A. Oscar Castle (hired man).
  1530. 1920 Census, Danby, Ionia, Michigan, pg 101B. Oscar Castle (servant).
  1531. 1930 Census, Portland, Ionia, Michigan, pg 226A. Oscar C, Ava M, & Clare H Cassel.
  1532. SSDI, 375-38-4254.
  1533. Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996.
  1534. SSDI, 369-48-8955.
  1535. SSDI, 381-16-5752.
  1536. SSDI, 370-30-7130.
  1537. Obituary, Sentinel-Standard (Ionia, MI) - Thursday, September 7, 2006. The children of Julia L. Whorley invite all who knew her to participate in a celebration of her life on September 9, at 11 a.m., at the Easton United Methodist Church, 4970 Potters Road, Ionia.

    Julia was born Aug. 12, 1914, daughter of James Franklin and Florence Franks Cassel. In addition to her parents, Julia was preceded in death in 1970 by her husband of 35 years, L. Carlton Whorley; four sisters: Elta Hoffman, Jennie Fender Brundage, Emma Knisely, and Alice Schlosser; and one brother, Joseph Cassel.

    Survivors include two sons: William C. and Karen Whorley, James T. and Judy Whorley; a daughter, Alice Y. Whorley; nine grandchildren; thirteen great-grandchildren; five nieces, five nephews; five first cousins and special friend, Fred McCord.

    Julia lived on a farm all her life, learning how to work hard at an early age. She attended Travis School on Sunfield Road through the 8th grade and some years at Portland High School. After leaving home she was a housekeeper in Lansing before her marriage. In 1976 she retired after 27 tears at General Tire.

    After retirement she raised a grandson and one great-granddaughter, kept a large garden, canned, baked, crocheted, created crafts, made pine cone wreaths and mowed her own lawn until age 90.

    She was an avid reader, kept up on local and world news, reading several newspapers and magazines daily; always working the cross word puzzles. Particularly, she liked mysteries and collected Agatha Christie.

    Julia was a determined, caring lady deserving of our taking time to reflect upon a life full of giving.

    Memorial contributions may be made to The Fishing and Hunting Club Scholarship Fund or The Hall-Fowler Memorial Library Fund, in care of Lake Funeral Home, 158 Mill St., Saranac, MI 48881. Online condolences may be made at www.lakefuneralhomes.com.

  1538. SSDI, 367-22-6454.
  1539. Obituary, Sentinel-Standard (Ionia, MI) - Friday, August 25, 2006. Julia Lorena Whorley passed away August 15, 2006. Julia was born August 12, 1914 in Sebewa Township, the fifth daughter of James Franklin and Florence Franks Cassel. On February 12, 1935 she married L. Carlton Whorley who preceded her in death in May, 1970.

    Julia is survived by two sons, William C. and Karen Whorley; James T. and Judy Whorley; daughter, Alice Yvonne Whorley; nine grand children; thirteen great grandchildren; niece, Mary Margaret and Doug Pearl; Nephew, Donald and Marie Knisley.Special friend, Fred McCord.

    Committal was at Easton Cemetery.

    All are welcome to a memorial service celebrating Julia's life on September 9, 2006 at 11 a.m. at the Easton Methodist Church.

    Memorial contributions may be made to The Hunting & Fishing Club Scholarship Fund or the Hall Fowler Memorial Library Fund in care of Lake Funeral Home, 158 Mill St. Saranac, MI 48881. Anyone wishing may make online condolences at www.lakefuneralhomes.com.

  1540. SSDI, 372-28-7591.
  1541. SSDI, 367-22-3020.
  1542. SSDI, 386-80-9765.
  1543. SSDI, 518-46-5817.
  1544. Obituary, Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - Thursday, November 8, 2007. HERTFORD - Gary Lee Cassity, 65, of the 100 block of E. Inlet Circle, died Nov. 7, 2007. A funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in Bethlehem Church of Christ. Swindell Funeral and Cremation Services is in charge.
  1545. SSDI, 400-09-4795.
  1546. 1900 Census, Civil District 6, Campbell, Tennessee, pg 246A. James, Martha J, Anna, & James M Cawood.
  1547. 1900 Census, Civil District 13, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 182A. William, Ollie, Harrison, Merta H, Charley, & Frank Cawood.
  1548. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Campbell, Tennessee, pg 126A. William, Ollie, Hanison, Myrtie, Charley, Frank, & Louey Cawood.
  1549. SSDI, 432-46-0950.
  1550. 1900 Census, Bismarck, Hot Spring, Arkansas, pg 51B. John W, Martha A, Evie L, Huston H, Clandy L, Rush, Mary T, & Alcie A Chancellor.
  1551. 1880 Census, Prairie, Franklin, Arkansas, pg 835B. John W, Zillph J, & Genl Jackson Chanclor.
  1552. 1910 Census, Bismarck, Hot Spring, Arkansas, pg 132A. William, Martha A, Claude, Rush, Mary, & Addie Chancelor.
  1553. 1920 Census, Bismarck, Hot Spring, Arkansas, pg 110A. William J & Martha A Chancellor
    Mary J Ledbetter (dau).
  1554. 1930 Census, Montgomery, Hot Spring, Arkansas, pg 230B. Mrs JW Chancellor
    Roxie Whitlock (sis)
    Jim Moore (hired man).
  1555. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Hot Spring, Arkansas.
  1556. SSDI, 431-28-7633.
  1557. Obituary, Herald and News (Klamath Falls, OR) - Thursday, August 14, 2003. Elwanda Janice King, 76, died Aug. 10, 2003, in Klamath Falls after an illness with cancer.

    Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Belmont Memorial Park in Fresno, Calif. with the Rev. Vernon Carr officiating.

    Mrs. King was born on March 6, 1927, in Madill, Okla. to Thomas Nelson Chancellor and Alice Kazaar Finney.

    She served as a pastor's wife and missionary to the Amazon jungle in Brazil. Her Christian service began in 1949 in Bakersfield, Calif.

    Mrs. King was a licensed minister of the gospel by the Pentecostal Church of God during the 1970s and 80s. She received her B.A. in missions from the Pentecostal Bible College in Livermore, Calif.

    Survivors include her husband of 57 years, John William; daughter Susan Franklin of Fresno, Calif.; son J. David King of Klamath Falls; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

  1558. 1870 Census, Township 6 Range 5, Hamilton, Illinois, pg 503A. Charles, Rebecca, Maria, Sophronia, Arade, Eliza, & Charles Chaplin.
  1559. 1900 Census, Mount Vernon, Jefferson, Illinois, pg 182A. Chas, Rebecca, Etta, & Anne? (gdau) Chaplain.
  1560. 1880 Census, Eastern, Franklin, Illinois, pg 570B. Charles, Rebecca A, Ardona E, Eliza H, Flora M, Dollie, & Mary O Chaplain
    Mariah C (dau), Mattie, & Matthew Alden.
  1561. 1850 Census, , Franklin, Illinois, pg 33A. Jno, Nancy, Diadoma, Martha, David, Chas, Marian, Sarah, Jno, Nancy, & Amand P Chaplain.
  1562. 1910 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 191B. Elijah & Velona Chapman.
  1563. 1930 Census, Rayne, Acadia, Louisiana, pg 26B. Abner, Lucille, Barbara, Abner, & Lucille Chappuis.
  1564. 1920 Census, Police Jury Ward 1, Acadia, Louisiana, pg 6A. AC, Lucile, Barbara, AC Jr, & Lucille Chappuis.
  1565. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Acadia, Louisiana.
  1566. SSDI, 435-58-3638.
  1567. SSDI, 434-24-1981.
  1568. Obituary, Contra Costa Times - October 28, 2009. Michael S. Chavez Oct. 18, 1952 ~ Oct. 22, 2009 Resident of Concord Wife: Olivetta. Services: 11am, 10/30/09, LDS Chapel, 1590 Denkinger, Concord.
  1569. 1930 Census, Looney, Harmon, Oklahoma, pg 220B. James, Edith, Robert, & Claude R Chesteen.
  1570. SSDI, 550-16-4494.
  1571. 1870 Census, District 7, Bradley, Tennessee, pg 340A. George H, Celia, Hamilton, Patrick H, Elizabeth, & John Cheek.
  1572. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Knox, Tennessee, pg 203A. Patrick H & Celia (mom) Cheek.
  1573. 1930 Census, District 4, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 9B. Joe, Mary, Elsie, Charlly, James, Glen, & Angaline Cheek.
  1574. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Grayson, Texas, pg 18B. Oscar, Exil, & Glendon Cherry.
  1575. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Grayson, Texas.
  1576. SSDI, 453-88-5253.
  1577. SSDI, 458-48-3319.
  1578. 1880 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 229A. John, Olla, Robert, & Harvey Stilling
    Malinda (stepdau) & Olla (stepgranddau) Chesnutt.
  1579. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 100B. Louis L & Lizzie Chidester.
  1580. 1930 Census, Precinct 1, Stephens, Texas, pg 214B. John W, Maud, John W Jr, & Margie M Childs.
  1581. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Stephens, Texas.
  1582. SSDI, 454-44-9657.
  1583. SSDI, 448-14-1790.
  1584. SSDI, 448-12-3744.
  1585. 1880 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 292C. Peggie & Julia Conner
    Amanda (dau), John (sinlaw), & William H (gson) Christian.
  1586. 1900 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 60B. John, Amanda, Irene A, Charles H, James N, & Louis E Christain.
  1587. 1910 Census, Center, Mayes, Oklahoma, pg 123A. John J, Mandie, Charles H, James N, Louis E, & Irene Christion.
  1588. 1920 Census, Township 3, Craig, Oklahoma, pg 243B. JJ, Amandy A, & Jones E Christian.
  1589. 1930 Census, Township 3, Craig, Oklahoma, pg 114B. John J, Amanda W, & James N Christian.
  1590. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Craig, Oklahoma.
  1591. 1930 Census, Township 3, Craig, Oklahoma, pg 114B. Evert L, Myrtle A, Aubrey L, Loy L, & Flarance A Christain.
  1592. 1930 Census, Payette, Payette, Idaho, pg 17B. Jens P, Alma R, & Floss M Christeson.
  1593. 1920 Census, Payette, Payette, Idaho, pg. Jans P, Alma R, Floss M & Pearl V Christianson.
  1594. 1910 Census, Island Lake Twp, Lyon, Minnesota, pg 189B. Jens P, Alma R, Ray J, Fred P, Hazel A, Alouss R, Floss A, & Verna P Christensen.
  1595. 1900 Census, Island Lake, Lyon, Minnesota, pg 209A. JP, Alma R, James R, Earl R, Cora A, Blanche R, Fred P, Grace J, Hazel A, A Roy, Flossie & Baby Christensen.
  1596. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 550-78-9230.
  1597. Obituary, Argus Observer (Ontario, Malheur, Oregon). Floss Manila Lockhart

    Argus Observer (Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon)
    Wednesday, January 14, 1987

    PAYETTE - Floss M. Lockhart, 88, Payette, died Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1987, in a Payette nursing home. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday in Shaffer-Jensen Chapel, Payette, with Rev. Robert Hefty of the Payette First United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will follow in Riverside Cemetery, Payette.

    She was born June 10, 1898, in Marshall, Minn., the daughter of Jens and Alma Christensen. She moved with her parents to Payette in 1913. She married Floyd Lockhart on May 16, 1937, at Weiser. She worked for over 30 years for Mountain Bell at Payette, and at the time of her retirement was a chief operator. She was a member of the First United Church, Payette.

    She is survived by her husband Floyd of Payette; two sisters, Pearl Ferrell, Emmett; and Hazel Ensign, Santa Monica, Calif.; two grandchildren, Dennis Lockhart, Atlanta, Georgia; and Leslynn Lockhart, Bakesfield, Calif.; and a great grandchild. She was preceded in death by a son Gerald.

    Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, Payette. Friends may call today from 4-9 p.m. at the Shaffer-Jensen Chapel, Payette.

  1598. 1930 Census, District 1, Union, Tennessee, pg 174A. Dave & Clella Christain
    Jack & Lucy Tolliver (inlaws).
  1599. Obituary. CHRISTIAN, David A. - age 69, of Rt. 3, Maynardville, passed away 3 AM Wednesday at his home. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Clella Toliver Christian; sister, Mrs. Maude Irick, Kokomo, Inda.; foster son, Leslie Gibson, Maynardville; several nieces and nephews. He was a member of Cedar Grove Baptist Church. Funeral 2 PM Saturday Cooke Mortuary Chapel. Rev. Walter Smith, Rev. Curtis Carr officiating. Interment Braden Cemetery. Family will receive friends 7-9 PM Friday at Cooke's Maynardville.
  1600. SSDI, 487-22-2266.
  1601. Obituary, News and Tribune - November 30, 1975. Mr. Christian dies Friday

    Herman (Chris) Christian, 76, Highway 54 South, died Friday morning at his home.

    Mr. Christian was born Oct. 3, 1899, in Ashland, the son of Turner and Beulah Haynie Christian. He was married on March 14, 1925, to the former Miss Lena Uber, who died in 1969. He married again on March 23, 1971, to the former Miss Iona Koenigsfeld, who survives at the home.

    Mr. Christian was employed in the restaurant business in Jefferson City. He was a member of the Order of Fraternal Eagles in Jefferson City.

    Other survivors include: One daughter, Mrs. Levi Harmon, Ashland; two sons, Gerald Christian, Hayward, Calif., and Kenneth Christian, Rubiboux, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Clarence Taylor, Ashland, Mrs. Iona Salsman, Lake Ozark, Mrs. Catherine Myers, Jefferson City, and Mrs. Margaret Calvert, Kansas City; three brothers, Durby Christian and Turner Christian, both of Ashland, and Wallace Christian, Lake Ozark; 15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m., today at the Burnett Funeral Chapel in Ashland with the Elder Wallace Johnson officiating. Burial will be in New Salem Cemetery near Ashland.

  1602. Obituary, Daily Capital News - April 12, 1969. Mrs. Christian dies in hospital

    Mrs. Lena Alice Christian, 61, Ashland, died at a Jefferson City hospital at 5 p.m. Thursday.

    Mrs. Christian was born May 2, 1908, near Eldon, the daughter of John W. and Sarah Jane Ferguson Uber.

    On March 14, 1927, she was married to Herman Christian.

    She was a member of the Immanuel Baptist Church, Jefferson City. She also was a member of the Jefferson City Eagles Club.

    Survivors include her husband of the home, one daughter, Mrs. Levi Harmon, Ashland; two sons Gerald Christian, Hayward, Calif.; and Kenneth Christian, Riverside Calif.; one brother Everett Uber, Eldon.

    Four half-sisters, Mrs. Bernice Hill, Kansas City, Kan.; Mrs. Thelma Bunch, Eldon; Mrs. Wilma Strange and Mrs. Nelda Brazille, both of the State of California.

    Three step-sisters, Mrs. Dora Jobe, Eldon; Mrs. Cora Hicks, Bagnell; and Mrs. Estelle Jones, Elton.

    One half-brother, Harold Strange, State of California; strange; (sic) three step-brothers, Joe Strange, State of California; Everett Strange and Willard Strange, both of Eldon.

    Also survivng (sic) are 18 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Burnett Funeral Home chapel, Ashland, with Elder Atley L. Sapp officiating.

    Burial will be (sic) the New Salem Cemetery, Highway 63 north of Ashland.

  1603. Obituary. CHRISTIAN, James E. - Age 76, died 6:30 a.m. Friday, Fountain View Nursing Home, residence 113 Luttrell St., Fountain City. Member Smithwood Baptist Church, retired employe (sic) Standard Knitting Mill, Survivors: wife: Mrs. Mossie Elder Christian; daughters, Mrs. Icy Nance, Knoxville; Mrs. Ollie Cross, Decatur; Mrs. Cecil King, Straw Plains; sons, John E., New York City; R. V., Jacksonville, Fla.; James C. Christian, Knoxville; 15 grandchildren; 18 greatgrandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Maude Irick, Kokomo Ind., Mrs. Lucy Miller, Okla.; brother, David Christian, Maynardville; several neices (sic) and nephews. Funeral 2 p.m. Sunday, Stevens Chapel, Rev. Ralph L. Murray officiating. Stevens in charge.
  1604. Obituary. CHRISTIAN, Mrs. Mossie Elder - age 76, residence 113 Luttrell Road, passed away 6:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital. She was a member of Smithwood Baptist Church. Survivors: sons, James C. Christian, Riney V. Christian both of Knoxville, John E. Christian, New York City; daughters, Mrs. William King, Strawberry Plains, Mrs. A. D. Cross, Mrs. Horace Nance both of Knoxville; 20 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Verlin Browning, Mrs. Parls Graves both of Maynardville, Mrs. Milas Boruff, Corryton; several nieces and nephews. Services 2 p.,m. Monday Stevens Chapel, Dr. Ralph L. Murray officiating. Interment Big Barn Cemetery, Union County. The family will receive friends 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Stevens Mortuary. .
  1605. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 167B. William H, Ollie, Maggie E, James E, Mary A, Lucy J, & Emmer Chrastain.
  1606. 1910 Census, District 6, Union, Tennessee, pg 178B. William, Ollie, James, Martha, Lucy, Emmer, Maude, David & Susan Christian.
  1607. 1920 Census, District 6, Union, Tennessee, pg 271A. William, Glace, Maud, David & Susa Christain.
  1608. 1930 Census, District 6, Union, Tennessee, pg 276A. WM & Alice Christian
    Alma Baciff (gdau).
  1609. Clairborne County Tennessee Marriage Book #5, pg 209. letter from Aunt Martha.
  1610. SSDI, 314-22-8951.
  1611. 1900 Census, Township 5, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 167B. Fanne, Ida, William, Alice, Bessie, Bertha, Mattie, Emmer (stepdau), Oscar (gson), & James (stepson) Churchman.
  1612. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Pottawatomie, Oklahoma.
  1613. 1930 Census, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, pg 47A. Domick, Blanche E, Dominck Jr, & Doris Jean Cianciola.
  1614. SSDI, 415-01-5612.
  1615. SSDI, 409-22-3501.
  1616. SSDI, 413-24-0852.
  1617. familysearchlabs.org.
  1618. 1910 Census, Cacheville, Yolo, California, pg 67A. George B & Emma L Eustis
    Cora L Clark (dau)
    George B Jr Eustis (son)
    James R Clark (soninlaw).
  1619. 1920 Census, Cacheville, Yolo, California, pg 111B. James R & Cora Clark
    Leonard Conklin (ward).
  1620. 1930 Census, Woodland, Yolo, California, pg 246A. James R, Cora L, & Leonard (adopted son) Clark.
  1621. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Yolo, California.
  1622. SSDI, 566-09-6482.
  1623. 1880 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 298B. John & Cyntha J Clark
    Joseph Craven (binlaw).
  1624. 1900 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 122B. John F, Sarah J, Chester C, Clarence T, Charles A, & Cecil L Clark.
  1625. 1910 Census, Knoxville Twp, Ray, Missouri, pg 260A. John F, Sitha J, Charles A, & Cecil E Clark.
  1626. 1920 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 39A. John F, Jane, Cecil E, & Gertrude (dinlaw) Clark.
  1627. 1930 Census, Doland, Spink, South Dakota, pg 109B. Oscar G, Ida, Eugene P, & Charles M Clark.
  1628. South Dakota Marriage Index, 1905 - 1949.
  1629. SSDI, 451-07-0006.
  1630. SSDI, 460-60-0883.
  1631. 1880 Census, Tuscumbia, Miller, Missouri, pg 178C. Charles H, Bell, & James Clark
    Milligan Sulivan (hired)
    Guils Patterson (hired).
  1632. 1900 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 99A. Sallie A Clay
    Hettie Stephens (gdau)
    Martha Clay (boarder).
  1633. 1910 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 122B. Salley A, Charley T (son), & ??y?? F (gson) Clay
    Napolean Woody (bro)
    K?ney C, Lusezo, & Leda Howser.
  1634. 1920 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 266A. Charley & Joseph T Howard
    Sallie A Clay (mom).
  1635. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Anderson, Texas.
  1636. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Anderson, Texas, pg 158A. John H, Carra, Olen, Irma P, Mary L, James, Loice, & Geneva Clay.
  1637. Martin, Talmadge, A brief history of the village of Wakarusa, Indiana and the genealogy of the Martin and Troxel families .
  1638. SSDI, 490-32-3348.
  1639. SSDI, 486-05-7055.
  1640. 1850 Census, District 10, Lawrence, Tennessee, pg 331. John, Seenith A, Sarah S, Lucinda L, Wm B, Elizabeth A, & Josiah S Clayton.
  1641. 1900 Census, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, pg 162A. Mattie & Simeon Clayton.
  1642. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Callaway, Missouri.
  1643. 1930 Census, Sedalia, Pettis, Missouri, pg 115B. NO, Rose, Albert, & Joseph Clayton.
  1644. 1920 Census, Saint Aubert, Callaway, Missouri, pg 182A. Orville, Rose, & Albert Clayton
    Evert Chapman (binlaw).
  1645. 1900 Census, Fulton, Callaway, Missouri, pg 108B. Lucas, Edna D, & Wilbur Clayton.
  1646. 1910 Census, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, pg 15B. Thara, Edna, Wilbur, Elber, Ether, Alexander, Iva, & Martin Clayton.
  1647. 1920 Census, Webb City Ward 5, Jasper, Missouri, pg 288B. Thara Lucas, Edna T, Elber L, Ethel A, Alexander E, Iva E, Martin M, Dorothy V, Lois May, & Luella Clayton.
  1648. 1930 Census, Fulton, Callaway, Missouri, pg 95A. J Wilbur, Martha, Theodore F, & Billie M Clayton.
  1649. SSDI, 561-05-7572.
  1650. SSDI, 495-12-2192.
  1651. 1900 Census, Salisbury, Chariton, Missouri, pg 210B. Alexander, Nannie S, Earl V, & Vivian C Cleeton.
  1652. 1920 Census, Fowler, Otero, Colorado, pg 239B. Alex C, Susie, C Vivian, & Alex C Jr Cleeton.
  1653. 1930 Census, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, pg 195A. Susie F & Alexandor C Cleeton.
  1654. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - May 18, 1966. Mrs. Susie Cleeton, Once of Prairie Hill, Dies at Marceline

    Mrs. Susie Cleeton, Marceline, formerly of Prairie Hill, died at 6 o'clock last night.

    Among the survivors are three nieces, Mrs. Pearl Moore and Mrs. Nellie Andrews, Moberly, and Mrs. Hazel Cooley, ??neick.

    The body is at a Marceline Funeral home. Funeral services will be held there tomorrow.

  1655. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Chariton, Missouri.
  1656. SSDI, 566-12-4204.
  1657. 1880 Census, Wayland, Chariton, Missouri, pg 430D. Alx C, Mary B, Sterlin, Lonia, & Ora B Cleeton.
  1658. 1900 Census, Moniteau, Randolph, Missouri, pg 65B. Lony V, Ora B (sis), Alexman C (dad), & Polly (stepmom) Cleton.
  1659. 1920 Census, Moberly Ward 1, Randolph, Missouri, pg 169A. Alexander C & Polly G Cleeton.
  1660. 1930 Census, South Sugar Creek, Randolph, Missouri, pg 125B. Alexander C & Polly G Cleeton.
  1661. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 240A. JP, Arminda, Jas W, & Alex C Cleaton.
  1662. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - October 2, 1935. Alexander Cleeton Dies Here at 83

    Alexander C. Cleeton, 83, died at the family residence, 515 Garfield avenue, at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. He had been in failing health for several years, but seriously ill only the past few days. He was born and reared and spent most of his life in Randolph county.

    Surviving are his widow; two sons, L.B. Cleeton, near Moberly, and Sterling Cleeton, Los Angeles, Cal.; one sister, Mrs. Steve Hamilton, Moberly; and one brother, J.H. Cleeton, Higbee.

    Funeral services were conducted at the Mahan Funeral Parlors and were conducted there at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon by the Rev. J.H. Clark, pastor of the First Christian Church. Burial was at Higbee.

  1663. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - May 18, 1962. Sterling Cleeton, 86, Dies in Nursing Home at Huntsville

    Sterling P. Cleeton, 86, lifelong resident of Randolph County, died last night in the Pleasant View Rest Home at Huntsville.

    Mr. Cleeton was born in Higbee and had been in failing health for five years. He was a member of the Central Christian Church and was the son of the late Alexander and Mary Cleeton.

    Surviving are three nephews, John Cleeton, Joe Cleeton and Jack Cleeton all of Moberly and several cousins.

    The body is at the Mahan Funeral Home and graveside services will be conducted at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning in the Higbee Cemetery by the Rev. Arthur Landoll. Burial will be in Higbee Cemetery.

  1664. 1930 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 57A. Lonia B, Annie Y, Joe Y, Jack L, & John A Cleeton.
  1665. 1920 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 90A. Lonia, Annie, Joe, Jack, & John Cleeton.
  1666. 1880 Census, Clifton, Randolph, Missouri, pg 222D. Alexander, Melissa, Lucas T, & Noah O Clayton.
  1667. 1900 Census, Fulton, Callaway, Missouri, pg 108B. Alexander, Malissa, & Calli?? D Clayton.
  1668. 1910 Census, Fulton, Callaway, Missouri, pg 82A. Alexander C, Sarah M, & Callie E Clayton.
  1669. 1920 Census, Fulton, Callaway, Missouri, pg 52A. Alexander C & Sara Clayton
    George J, Callie, George C, & Sarah Phillips.
  1670. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - April 3, 1944. Mrs. Polly Palmer, 75, Dies at Home On Henry Street

    Mrs. Polly Palmer, 75, died at 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at her home, 1025 Henry street.

    She is survived by her husband, Willard Palmer; a sister, Mrs. C.C. McAllister of Moberly; and a brother, H.W. Ferguson of Frederick, Okla.

    Mrs. Palmer had lived all her life in Moberly and Randolph county.

    Funeral services will be held at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning in First Christian church, of which she was a member, by its minister, Edwin B. Strong.

  1671. 1900 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 216B. A, Nancy, Chas FM, & Eldredge Cleeton
    Elfie Ranson (servant).
  1672. 1870 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 304A. Alfred, Nancy J, Lester, Edgar, & unnamed infant Cleeton.
  1673. 1900 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 216B. Lester D, Celestia A, Clem L, Erma, Frederic, May, Walter, Ellen, Blanch, & Samuel Cleeton.
  1674. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Randolph, Missouri.
  1675. SSDI, 489-36-3262.
  1676. 1900 Census, Fabius, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 14A. Lafayette, Martha, Rosa, Eva, William, John, & Frona Cleeton
    Geo Reeves (uncle).
  1677. SSDI, 490-18-4774.
  1678. 1870 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 304A. James, Tabitha, & Harriet Cleeton.
  1679. 1850 Census, District 1, Adair, Missouri, pg 4B. James, Thyer, Moses, Armilda, James ????, Alford, Napolean, Nancy, Margart, & Harriet Cleaton.
  1680. 1860 Census, , Sullivan, Missouri, pg 792. James, Bethia, Margaret, & Harriett Cleeton.
  1681. 1870 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 296A. Moses, Mary J, James W, John W, Clara F, & Levvina Cleeton.
  1682. 1880 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 61C. Moses, Mary, & Lavonia Cleaton.
  1683. 1900 Census, Morris, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 113B. Moses & Amanda Cleeton.
  1684. 1870 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 304A. James W, Carrie, Martha E, Louisa, Harriet, William F, & Eleonora Cleeton.
  1685. 1860 Census, , Sullivan, Missouri, pg 791. James W, Carry, & Martha E Cleeton.
  1686. 1910 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 74B. James Henry, Ida V, Pearl, Jewell, Golda, & Opal Cleeton.
  1687. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - January 20, 1958. Three Killed When Cars Collide on 63

    Mr. and Mrs. Lester D. Littrell, Moberly, and Lonnie D. Jordan, Armstrong, Die in Head-On Crash Near Renick

    Three persons were killed instantly in a collision a mile north of Renick on Highway 63 at 11 o'clock Saturday night.

    Dead are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dean Littrell, 408 1/2 South Williams street, Moberly, and Lonnie D. Jordan, Route 1, Armstrong.

    The Littrells were occupants of a northbound 1955 Plymouth, and Jordan was driving south in a 1953 Buick.

    According to the Highway Patrol, Jordan was on the wrong side of the road, and evidently traveling at a high rate of speed. His car met the Littrell car nearly head-on.

    The Jordan car went off the west side of the road, after the impact and turned over on its top. The Littrell car was knocked into the ditch on the east side of the road. All three victims were pinned in the wrecked cars.

    The bodies of Mr. Littrell, 50, and his wife, Veral Opal, 47, were taken to the Caler Funeral Home in Moberly.

    Mrs. Littrell, a member of Central Christian Church, is survived by one sister, Mrs. Pearl Moore, of Huntsville. Her father, James Cleeton, died June 30, 1957, and her mother, Mrs. Ida Cleeton, the following July 24. Mr. and Mrs. Cleeton resided with the Littrells at the Williams street address.

    Employed by Wabash

    Mr. Littrell was a Wabash brakeman and on the extra board of conductors. A member of Central Christian Church, he was also a member of the Moberly Masonic Lodge and the R. of R. T. Surviving are his father, Hassett Littrell of Clark; three sisters, Mrs. Ruby Gardiner of Massillon, Ohio, Mrs. Ruth Davis of Centralia, Ill., and Mrs. Fern White of Clark; and a brother, Bob Littrell of Massillon, Ohio.

    Mr. and Mrs. Littrell are survived by one son, Jim Littrell, of the home. Jim, a graduate of Moberly Junior College, is employed by the Wabash.

    A double funeral service will be conducted at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Central Christian Church by the pastor, the Rev. A.E. Landoll. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial gardens.

    Verteran of Navy

    Jordan, 24, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jordan, Route 1, Armstrong, and was engaged in the dairy farm business with his father. He was a 1952 graduate of Armstrong High School, and a veteran of four years in the Navy.

    Other survivors include a sister, Mrs. Charles Crutcher, Armstrong; and four brothers, Wayne and David, Armstrong; Eddie, serving in the U.S. Army in Korea; and Carl, of Wellsville.

    The body was taken to the Ralph Carr Funeral Home in Fayette, where services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Burial will be in Clark Chapel near Fayette.

    .

  1688. 1880 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 16B. James, Arminda, James jr, Florence, & John Cleten.
  1689. 1900 Census, Bee Branch, Chariton, Missouri, pg 3A. JP & Jane Cleton.
  1690. 1910 Census, Lingo, Macon, Missouri, pg 164A. Emily J Cleeton.
  1691. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database. Brother in Law William E Owens was the informant on the death certificate. He provided several bad pieces of information.
  1692. 1880 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 61C. Wesley, Margara, William, Oscar F, & no name Cleaton.
  1693. 1900 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 209A. Jas W, Margara, Chas F, Jas M, & Ollie M Cleeton.
  1694. 1900 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 209A. Oscar F, Allie, Carl, & Earl Cleeton.
  1695. 1860 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 993. John, Polly A, Sarah J, & Moses Cleeton.
  1696. 1850 Census, District 8, Boone, Missouri, pg 329B. John, Polly A, John T, Livinia, Barthena, Polina, & Francis M Cleaton.
  1697. 1920 Census, Moberly Ward 4, Randolph, Missouri, pg 266B. NJ & Lucy Cleeton.
  1698. 1910 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 66B. News, Lula, H Ella, & Burrl Cleeton.
  1699. 1900 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 69B. Nute, Lula, ????, Burl, & Earl Cleton
    Sarah Hems (stepdau).
  1700. 1860 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 993. Wm, Sarah F, John W, Martha F, James J, Lydia V, Thomas A, Paulina E, Alex C, Francis M, & George W Cleeton.
  1701. 1880 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 25B. Mary A, Barthena, Lilly L, & William B Cleeton
    Sarah F (dau) & John Colley
    James Wisdom (dad).
  1702. 1860 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 993. John T, Mary A, Nancy E, & Susan C Cleeton.
  1703. 1860 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 388. John B, Eliza Jane, & Josiah Cleton.
  1704. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 245A. John J, Eliza Jane, Betty Jane, Sarah F, Jno W, Moses J, Lavina A, & Nellie Cleaton.
  1705. 1880 Census, Green Top, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 43D. John B, Eliza Jane, Betty Jane, Sarah F, John Wm, Moses I, Lovinia, Nellie A, James H, Alexander, Charles Ed, & Lilly May Cleeton.
  1706. 1900 Census, Salisbury, Chariton, Missouri, pg 210B. Eliza J, Moses, & Lula Cleeton.
  1707. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 6A. WB, Elizabeth, Grover C, & Roy Cleeton.
  1708. 1910 Census, Saling Twp, Audrain, Missouri, pg 110A. William B, Elizabeth, Grover, Roy, John, Sarah A, & George Cleeton.
  1709. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - June 29, 1936. W.B. Cleeton, 63, Dies Here; Funeral at Perche Church

    William B. Cleeton, 63-year-old engine washer in the Wabash shops, died at 10:30 o'clock this morning in the Wabash hospital.

    Mr. Cleeton sustained a paralytic stroke last Monday and was taken to the hospital the following day.

    He is survived by his widow, five children, ten grandchildren and two sisters; Mrs. Susie Cleeton of Clark and Mrs. Lydia Winn of Higbee. The children are: Mrs. Sarah Willis of Sturgeon, Roy Cleeton of Clark, Grover Cleeton of Renick, John Cleeton, 1230 Wight avenue, and George Cleeton of the home.

    The body was taken to the residence at 117 Wheeler street late this afternoon.

    Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday mornning (sic) at 11 o'clock at the Perche church, southwest of Clark, by the Rev. Mr. Molett of Callao. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery.

  1710. 1900 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 209A. John W, Jennie, Hiram W, & Orpha C Cleeton
    Nora & Claud Beck (servant).
  1711. 1880 Census, Martinsville, Morgan, Illinois, pg 157B. John, Mariah M, & Hiram Cleeton.
  1712. 1930 Census, Springfield, Greene, Missouri, pg 254B. Jennie, Dick, & Elbert Cleeton.
  1713. 1910 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 211B. John W, Jennie, Opha, Wilmer R, Opel, & Elbert Cleeton.
  1714. SSDI, 511-07-1979.
  1715. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Woodward, Oklahoma.
  1716. 1870 Census, Township 50, Boone, Missouri, pg 214A. John & Ann E Green.
  1717. 1880 Census, Wayland, Chariton, Missouri, pg 431A. Jesiah N & Annie E Cleeton.
  1718. 1930 Census, Moniteau, Randolph, Missouri, pg 42A. Joseph M & Sophie Cleeton
    Virlee (stepdau) & Pete Mackette
    Holine Cleeton (dau).
  1719. 1920 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 79A. Josiah N, Sophia, Virlee, & Howlene Cleeton.
  1720. 1910 Census, Higbee Ward 1, Randolph, Missouri, pg 58A. Joseni & Sophia Cleeton
    Alma Stone (dau).
  1721. SSDI, 492-28-4687.
  1722. 1880 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 16B. Moses & Marilda Cleton
    Thaner Dobson (orphan)
    Frank Newten (hired).
  1723. 1900 Census, Fabius, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 14A. Moses, Frank, Buleh, & Sam J Cleeton.
  1724. 1910 Census, Liberty, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 251B. Moses, Mary J, & Samuel J Cleeton
    Guy & Gladys Wardlaw (stepkids).
  1725. 1850 Census, , Howard, Missouri, pg 245. Mariah, Moses, John, AJ, Thos, Melaria E, Jas KP, William & Nancy Cleaton.
  1726. 1860 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 388. Moses, Mariah, Andrew J, Thomas J, Jame K, William C, Nancy, Alexander, Sarah, Josiah, Mosis & Mariah J Ceaton.
  1727. 1870 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 184A. Andrew J, Wm C, Nancy L, Alexander, Sarah A, Josiah, Moses, & Marah J Cleeton.
  1728. 1880 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 16B. William, Julia, William F, & Irie Cleton.
  1729. 1930 Census, Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, pg 2A. Burl E, Pearl? J, Harold D, Thelma P, & Joanne Cleeton
    George C Minton (dad).
  1730. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 566-12-4204.
  1731. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 570-32-8017.
  1732. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 560-42-4211.
  1733. 1850 Census, District 1, Adair, Missouri, pg 15B. William, Lesier, Enoch, William T, Martha A, John J, Nancy E, Peggy, Necinda Cleaton.
  1734. 1860 Census, , Sullivan, Missouri, pg 647. William, Lucinda, Elizabeth, Margaret, Sarah, Margaria, Thomas, & John Cleaton.
  1735. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - January 4, 1950. Mrs. Cleeton, 72, Dies; Funeral at Perche Church

    Mrs. Elizabeth Cleeton, 72, died at 12:30 o'clock this morning at her home southwest of Moberly. She had been ill the past two month.

    Mrs. Cleeton, born south of Higbee, lived in Moberly 30 years and the past ten years southwest of Moberly. She was a member of the Immanuel Baptist Church.

    She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jasper Willis, Moberly; four sons, Roy, Grover, John and George Cleeton, all of Moberly; 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Vadie Pemberton, Fayette; a half-sister, Mrs. B.W. Lockhart, Moberly; and two half-brothers, Josh Lynch, Moberly, and John Lynch, Morrilton, Ark.

    The body will remain at the Snow Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Perche Church by the Rev. Gordon Whiteside, pastor of the Immanuel Baptist Church. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery.

  1736. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - April 27, 1955. Grover Cleeton Dies in St. Louis; Funeral at Perche

    William Grover Cleeton, 59, 539 West Coates street, died early this morning in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where he had been a patient 16 days following a brain hemorrhage.

    Born near Perche Church, two miles south of Rucker in Boone County, Mr. Cleeton came to Moberly a number of years ago. He was a Wabash employe. (sic)

    He is survived by a son, Grover Cleeton, Jr., Higbee; a sister, Mrs. Jasper Willis, Moberly; three brothers, Roy and George Cleeton, Moberly, and John Cleeton, Albany, Mo.; and two grandchildren.

    The body will be in the Cater Funeral Home until the services at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in Perche Church. of which he became a member in early life. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

  1737. 1860 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 388. John B & Melinda Nailer
    Enoch Cleaton.
  1738. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 486-16-9665.
  1739. 1910 Census, Johnson, Dewey, Oklahoma, pg 289A. Alfred H, Nancy E, Pearl M, & Edith L Clem.
  1740. 1900 Census, Simpson, Dewey, Oklahoma, pg 95A. Alfred H, Nancy E, Ernese A, John W, Willia H, Curnie F, & Pearl M Oten.
  1741. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Bartow, Georgia.
  1742. 1900 Census, Civil District 7, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 114A. Mack, Rachel A, Adin B, Frederick A, Bessie P, Fexie M, & Ruth B Clevenger.
  1743. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 80B. J Mack, Mary, Texie, Ruth, Blanche, Thelma, & Hall Clevenger.
  1744. 1920 Census, Civil District 4, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 88B. John M, Marry E, Thelma A, Hall, Zebbie, & Lucindy (aunt) Clevenger.
  1745. SSDI, 282-01-0549.
  1746. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Cocke, Tennessee.
  1747. 1900 Census, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 180B. John, Liza J, Lawson, Francis L, Geo M, & Earl Clibor.
  1748. SSDI, 454-30-7360.
  1749. SSDI, 560-38-7720.
  1750. Obituary, Plumas News - February 22, 2006. Delton Harold Clifton, 75, passed away at his home of 30 years in Genesee Valley at 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 16, 2006 of melanoma cancer. Delton was born to Vera and Floyd Clifton in Manitou, Okla. Delton was a cowboy, saddle-bronc rider, cattleman, horse trainer, Episcopalian, husband, father, artist, lithographer, an avid reader, Alaskan adventure traveler, whitewater rafter and an enthusiastic student of art history in England, France and Spain. Delton is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Betty Culbert Faries; sons Craig Clifton of San Jose, Clay Clifton of Quincy and Carr Clifton of Taylorsville; and grandchildren Jasper, Chelsea and Cody Clifton. He was preceded in death by son Cole Clifton. An Episcopal service will be held at the First Lutheran Church of Greenville at 120 Bush Street on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. The family requests that instead of flowers, donations be made to a favorite charity in memory of Delton.
  1751. SSDI, 569-05-1382.
  1752. SSDI, 451-33-9682.
  1753. SSDI, 462-10-9112.
  1754. Obituary. CLINKSCALES
    James. Survived by daughters, Carleen Runnels, Sunnyvale; Janith Hood, Irving; Judy Burge, Houston; son, James Clinkscales, Jr., eight grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, sisters, Eva Martin, Lucille Reeves, Melissa Skinner, all of Dallas; Dorothy Tittle, Grand Prairie; brothers, Thurman Clinkscales & William Clinkscales, both of Dallas. Services 10:30 a.m., Monday, Dudley M. Hughes, Buckner Chapel, Dan H. Carroll, officiating. Interment Grove Hill. Visitation 3-5 p.m., Sunday at the Funeral Home.
  1755. SSDI, 458-07-5631.
  1756. Obituary,
    June 13, 1931, The Dallas Morning News. CLINKSCALES-- Peggy Lovelee, age 9 years old, at a local sanitarium. Survived by father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Clinkscales; two brothers, J.C. Jr., and Thomas; four sisters, Mrs. O.C. Martin, Mrs. H.F. Reeves, Mrs. E.B. Mosley and Miss Dorothy Marie Clinkscales. Funeral cortege will leave from 4938 Terry to Mount Auburn Christian Church, where funeral services will be held at 2 P.M. Saturday. The Rev. George Dickinson will officiate. Pallbearers: Leon Harris, Marvin Clinkscales, Joe Kirk andJ.R. Bateman. Arrangements by Keathly-Foley Funeral Home.

    .

  1757. 1880 Census, Precinct 2, Hill, Texas, pg 310C. Ribin, Jennie, & James Clinkscale.
  1758. 1930 Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, pg 123B. Sam, Ethel, & Elaine Clinkscales.
  1759. SSDI, 451-28-2001.
  1760. SSDI, 451-05-5893.
  1761. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 138B. Thomas, Nancy L, Ella E, & Ross G Coats.
  1762. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 240D. Phillip, Margret, Silva J, & Joel TP Coats
    Stepen H Bond (neph).
  1763. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 187B. Thomas J & Nancy L Coots
    Robert H (soninlaw), Ella E, & Ross EJ Kilgore.
  1764. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239A. Joel T Hicks.
  1765. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 261B. Joel T & Mary L Coats.
  1766. Obituary, Miller County Autogram-Sentinel, November 1944. Mrs. Mary Uber Coats, life-long resident of Miller County, passed away last Wednesday
    at her home on the Saline, five miles east of Eldon. Mary Leona Sconce was born Oct. 21, 1876, in Miller County, Mo., and departed this life on Nov. 29, 1944, at the age of 67 years, 1 month and 8 days. She was the daughter of Alexander and Emeline Laswell Sconce.

    She was united in marriage to Samuel A. Uber on March 10th, 1895, and to this union
    four daughters were born, three of whom have preceded their mother in death. Mr. Uber passed
    away in 1919 and a few years later she was again married to J. T. Coats.

    Soon after her marriage to Mr. Uber, she and her husband united with the Aurora Springs
    Baptist Church where she remained a faithful member until her death. She was a devoted
    mother and her many friends knew her to be a good neighbor, always ready to lend assistance
    wherever needed.

    She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Clyde Vaughan of Barnett; four grandchildren,
    Raymond Hicks and Mrs. J. B. Shackleford of Eldon, Gaylord Vaughan, with the United States
    Navy in the South Pacific, and Kennith Vaughan of Barnett; three great-grandchildren, James
    Henry, Alma Marie and Barbara Jean Hicks. She also leaves to mourn her passing, three sisters, Mrs. Fannie Buchanan of Cole Junction, Mo., Mrs. Alice Upton and Miss Rachel Sconce of Eldon, as well as many other relatives and friends.

    Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o.clock at the Phillips Funeral Home.
    Rev. B. F. Dinwiddie of Eldon conducted the service. Burial was in the Salem Cemetery.

  1767. 1900 Census, Rock Dell, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 226B. Nic & Mathilda Cobbler
    Bertha Blue (gdau).
  1768. 1880 Census, Rock Dell, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 435B. Nick, Mathilda, Martin, Ellie, Eva, & Mabel (gdau) Cobler.
  1769. 1870 Census, Rock Dell, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 484. L, Mathilda, Eugenia, Edeline, Martin, Alice & Eva Cobbler.
  1770. SSDI, 510-05-5615.
  1771. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 33A. Merritt, Hattie, Trumon, Raymond, Morris, Lester, & Boston B (bro) Cochran.
  1772. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 6, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 171B. Boston, Mildred, Merritt (bro), Hattie (sisnlaw), & Truman (neph) Cochran.
  1773. 1910 Census, Moreau Twp, Cole, Missouri, pg 262A. Baston B, Maggie L, Bertha M, Susan E (mom), & Merritte (bro) Cochran.
  1774. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, , Moniteau, Missouri.
  1775. 1930 Census, Lincoln, Caldwell, Missouri, pg 244B. William J & Effie Coffman
    Frank A & Mae K (dau) Aschwomden.
  1776. 1920 Census, Minneapolis Ward 12, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 27A. Effie C & Richard Cole.
  1777. 1910 Census, 5-Wd Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 133A. F Eugene, Effie, & Richard Cole.
  1778. 1930 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 92B. Francis E Cole.
  1779. 1870 Census, Johnson, Union, Arkansas, pg 565A. Richard, Thomas, & Dougluss Coleman
    Mary D Onil
    George Colbath.
  1780. 1860 Census, Johnson, Union, Arkansas, pg 231A. Richd, Elizabeth, Daniel W, Eliza A, Harris R, Jane, Paralee, Jas S, Arabella, Thos, & Chas D Coleman.
  1781. SSDI, 571-09-6528.
  1782. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 548-20-2579.
  1783. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Lamb, Texas, pg 40. Hill E, Estella, Vernon E, Annyca E, Avis E, & Irving S Collier
    Oren H & Opal M Collier
    George T & Nannie E Collier.
  1784. 1910 Census, Pyles Prarie, Kaufman, Texas, pg 35A. Hill M, Estella, Melvin, Hazel, ____tt (son), Lucile, Oran, & Vernon Collier.
  1785. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Kaufman, Texas.
  1786. SSDI, 565-05-3778.
  1787. SSDI, 457-07-5079.
  1788. SSDI, 452-14-6697.
  1789. SSDI, 451-44-7635.
  1790. SSDI, 464-30-5624.
  1791. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 564-42-8567.
  1792. Obituary. Ella Jane Wilbanks Collier
    HAPPY - Ella Jane Wilbanks Collier, 89, died Sunday, Dec. 28, 1997.

    Services will be at 3 p.m. today in First Baptist Church with the Rev.
    Lonny Poe, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Dreamland Cemetery
    by Brooks Funeral Directors of Canyon.

    Mrs. Collier was born in Erath County. She was a member of First
    Baptist Church.

    She married V.E. Collier in 1933 at Olton. He died in 1970.

    Survivors include a son, Jack Collier of Happy; and a daughter, Jane
    Dixon of Friona.

    The family requests memorials be to Prairie Acres Nursing Home, 201
    15th, Friona, Texas 79035; or First Baptist Church, Box 95, Happy,
    Texas 79042.
    .
  1793. SSDI, 453-90-7332.
  1794. SSDI, 460-58-1454.
  1795. Obituary, Amarillo Globe-News (TX) - Sunday, August 10, 2008 . HAPPY - Jack Collier, 72, died Friday, Aug. 8, 2008.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in First Baptist Church in Happy with the Rev. Paul Burwash, pastor, and the Rev.Kyle Brock of First United Methodist Church in Plainview officiating. Burial will be in Dreamland Cemetery in Canyon by Brooks Funeral Directors.

    Jack Collier was born April 15, 1936, in Amherst to Vernon and Ella Wilbanks Collier. Jack was a graduate of Happy High School. He married Sue Reynolds on Feb. 1, 1958, in Canyon. Jack was a retired employee of Pantex, where he worked for 40 years. He was a member of Happy Senior Citizens and First Baptist Church in Happy, where he served as a deacon. He was well-known for his "Happy Jack Candy." He loved to participate in The Walk to Emmaus. He also loved camping and fishing with his family and serving others.

    Survivors include his wife, Sue Collier; five daughters, Janice Sue Cooper and husband Sam of Canyon Lake, Carla Jean McElroy and husband Bryan of Canyon, Marla June Johnson and husband Clyde of Tulia, Edwina Jane Casad and husband Neil of Sanford, Fla., and Lotte Janell Talleyand husband Bill of Happy; a sister, Jane Dixon and husband Jim of Friona; 15 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

    The family suggests memorials be to Building Fund, First Baptist Church, 102 N. Western Ave., Happy, TX 79042; Happy Senior Citizens, P.O. Box 247, Happy, TX 79042; or BSA Hospice, P.O. Box 950, Amarillo, TX 79105.
    .

  1796. 1900 Census, Smyrna, Pope, Arkansas, pg 167A. Corneilus, Nancy E, William R, Ora W, Lue E, & Letha M Collins.
  1797. 1920 Census, Black Oak, Craighead, Arkansas, pg 138B. Johnathon Y, Mary E, Stella, Florence, Clifferd E, & Sylva J Jarvis
    Lena B (dau) & Johthan P Collins.
  1798. SSDI, 444-18-9518.
  1799. Obituary. DeLois Loveless Collins Trow

    DeLois Collins Trow was born on March 10, 1913 to John Luther Loveless (son of George Washington Loveless & Nancy Ann Riddle Loveless) and Mollie (nee Mosteller) Loveless in Calvin, Oklahoma.

    DeLois attended high school at Blanco. On August 30, 1935 she married Homer Hayden Collins and lived in the Arch community for fifty-four years when he preceded her in death on November 30, 1989. They had seven children: Duane, Darrel, Francille, Clinton, Glenda, Lawrence and Maurice.

    A housewife and mother, she worked as a seamstress at Elsing's in McAlester from 1962 to 1972. She was a talented artist who particularly liked to paint landscapes. She was a longtime member of the High Hill Baptist Church.

    She married Edgar Trow on October 20, 1990 and moved to his home in
    Stonewall. They were together for almost fourteen years. While in Stonewall she attended the Freewill Baptist Church. She broke her hip last year and resided at Beare Manor in Hartshorne while recovering. She suffered a stroke at the end of May. While in the hospital her children stayed round-the-clock with her because she never liked to be alone. She passed away on August 1, 2004 with her children at her side. Her funeral service was held on August 4, 2004 at the High Hill Baptist Church with Rev. Phillip Savage officiating. She was buried in the Sulphur Cemetery south of Hartshorne, Oklahoma.

    She is survived by: husband Edgar Trow of Stonewall OK; four sons and
    daughters-in-law: Darrel and Thea Collins of Adrian TX; Clinton and Amy Collins of McAlester OK; Lawrence and Teresa Collins of Haileyville OK; and Maurice and Rosezenia Collins of Hartshorne OK; two daughters and sons-in-law: Francille and Kenneth Lewis of Bache OK; Glenda and Jim Kilmer of Tulsa OK; one step-daughter and son-in-law June and Roy Burns of Coalgate OK; ten grandchildren: Karen Fields, Mark Lewis, and Steven, Christine, Michelle, Dewayne, Bradley, Stephanie, Caleb and Krystal Collins; two step-grandchildren: Angela Givens and Lisa Dorrell; six great-grandchildren: Krista Lewis, Kayla Lewis, Gregory Fields, Grant Fields, Amanda Lay and Brooklyn Beshear; and two step-great-grandchildren: JaLeigh and Ashton Dorrell.

    She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Homer Collins, son Duane Collins, brothers Earl, Lawrence and Manuel Loveless and two grandchildren. She was a loving and generous woman who lived a good long life to the age of 91. She will be greatly missed by family and friends.

  1800. SSDI, 445-36-7887.
  1801. 1900 Census, Calera, Shelby, Alabama, pg 62A. James B, Janie, Mary A, & Lelia Collum.
  1802. 1910 Census, 1-Pct, Shelby, Alabama, pg 7B. James S, Jane T, Mary A, Lillie I, David C, George W, Clyde, & Annie P Collum.
  1803. 1920 Census, Columbiana, Shelby, Alabama, pg 34B. James S, Tincy J, David C, George W, Clyde S, Annie P, & Margret (mom) Collum.
  1804. SSDI, 420-10-9453.
  1805. SSDI, 418-05-4541.
  1806. 1900 Census, Pond Creek, Grant, Oklahoma, pg 114B. Jacob S, Florence H, Carrie C (stepdau), Lee E, Beva L, & May D Combs.
  1807. 1910 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 80A. JS Combs
    Sena Ledford (mom)
    Esta Bumgarner (cousin).
  1808. 1920 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 71B. Jacob S & Cora Combs.
  1809. 1930 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 58A. Oscar Fraizer
    Cora Combs (sis).
  1810. SSDI, 500-36-2304.
  1811. SSDI, 524-28-0161.
  1812. 1910 Census, Adin, Modoc, California, pg 200A. Edward E, Eliza E, Bessie, & Albert Conklin.
  1813. 1930 Census, Canby, Modoc, California, pg 261B. William L, Lucidnda, Velma, Wilson, Robert R (bro), & Joseph J (neph) Conklin.
  1814. California Death Index 1930 - 1939.
  1815. 1920 Census, Napa, Napa, California, pg 209B. Robert, Rohena, Mina, & Geno Conklin.
  1816. 1910 Census, Adin, Modoc, California, pg 200A. Robert C, Rohena, Charley, Mina, & Marshal Conklin.
  1817. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Yuba, California.
  1818. Obituary, Vallejo Times-Herald, Nov. 25, 1968. Death Takes
    R. R. Conklin

    Robert Roscoe Conklin of 812
    Maine st., a retired Mare Island
    custodian, died in a local con-
    valescent hospital Sunday
    following a long illness. He was
    86.

    Mr. Conklin, a native of
    Tehama County, had resided in
    Solano County for the past 25
    years.

    He is survived by five sons,
    Charles Conklin of Napa,
    Intement will be in Sunrise
    Joseph and Robert Conklin, both
    of Sacramento, and Leonard
    Clark of Nebraska; two
    daughters, Mrs. Mina E.
    Williams of Sacramento and
    Mrs. Betty Johnson of Dixon; a
    sister, Mrs. Ella Ramsey of San
    Jose; 21 grandchildren and 20
    great grandchildren.

    A funeral service for Mr.
    Conklin will be held at 2 p.m.
    Tuesday in the Abbey of the
    Chimes, 200 Rollingwood Dr.,
    with the Rev. Dean Pence,
    pastor of the First Christian
    Church of Napa, officiating.

    Interment will be in Sunrise
    Memorial Gardens.

    Friends may call at the Ab-
    bey of the Chimes Monday from
    2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m.

  1819. SSDI, 557-28-5182.
  1820. SSDI, 571-44-8491.
  1821. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 567-16-4022.
  1822. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 553-84-6500 .
  1823. SSDI, 241-02-0462.
  1824. 1900 Census, Adair, Camden, Missouri, pg 16A. Alfred N, Margia, Charles M, Marion W, & Louie Conner.
  1825. 1920 Census, Sedalia Ward 2, Pettis, Missouri, pg 67A. Alfred, Jannie, Winfred, Louie, & Alfred Conner.
  1826. 1910 Census, Moreau West Ward, Morgan, Missouri, pg 106A. Alfred N, Jeranie M, Charley M, Winford M, Louie, & Alfred Connor.
  1827. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 23B. Daniel S, Nancy E, Charles V, Anna L, Nancy J, Benjamin (dad), & Cora M (sis) Conner.
  1828. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 199C. Benjamin, MJ, WH, TA, MJ, DS, BR, JB, ?C, & EA Conner.
  1829. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 242A. Benjamin, Mary Y, William N, Tabitha A, Mary Y, Daniel S, & Rosalla Conner.
  1830. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 34B. William N, Nancy L, Jesse L, William E, Charley V (step), Anna L (step), & Nancy J (step) Conner.
  1831. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 151B. William N & Lizzie Conner.
  1832. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 120A. William N & Nancy L Cornier.
  1833. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 23B. John B, Abbie N, & Walter E Conner.
  1834. 1910 Census, Osage, Camden, Missouri, pg 259B. John B, Abbie N, Walter E, Serenia E, & Dennis (uncle) Conner.
  1835. 1920 Census, Jefferson City Ward 4, Cole, Missouri, pg 164B. John B, Abbia, Walter E, & Serenia Conner.
  1836. 1930 Census, Jefferson, Cole, Missouri, pg 193A. Walter, Mellie G, & Emma A Conner
    John B & Abbie N Conner.
  1837. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 34A. Edwin A, Avery O, & Willard O Conner.
  1838. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 247B. Dennis, Susan, & John D Conner Susan & Rebecca E Davenport.
  1839. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26B. Martha Gier
    Susan Conner (mom)
    May Vaugh (boarder).
  1840. 1850 Census, District 13, Miller, Missouri, pg 408A. Dennis, Susanah, Joseph, Susan, Mary, James, & John Conner.
  1841. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26B. Clarence W, Cora E, Bertha M, Millard H, & Dallas H Strange
    Viana Conner (gmother).
  1842. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 247B. Josiah, Levina, Daniel Boone, John T, & Corina A Conner.
  1843. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 200B. Josiah, Vinia, DB, JW, & MA Conner.
  1844. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 485. Thomas, Martha A, John H, Susan M, Nancy A, Joseph G, & Lucy J Gier
    James Conner.
  1845. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 20B. John Wm, Eliza, Sarah A, Lafayette E, Cora Aalice, Martha Jane, Wm F, Edward F (boarder) & Ethel May (boarder) Conner
    Layfatt L Holdman (boarder).
  1846. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 145A. Ed F, Annie, Burnam L, William, Truman, & Viola Conner.
  1847. Obituary, Daily Capital News - November 25, 1972. Mrs. Nichols dies Thursday

    Mrs. Annie Platter Conner Nichols, 80, Kansas City, Kan., died Thursday at a nursing home in Tuscumbia. She was a former resident of Eldon.

    She was born March 26, 1892, the daughter of John and Jane Platter. She was first married to Edwin Franklin Conner, who preceded her in death, and later married William Nichols, who also preceded her in death.

    Survivors include: A daughter, Mrs. Viola Kehr, Jefferson City; four sons, Burnham Conner, and Truman Conner, both of Eldon, William Conner, Gravois Mills, and Kenneth Conner, Kansas City; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Hicks, Eldon, and Mrs. Alpha Martin, St. Charles; six brothers, Everett Platter, state of California, Herbert Platter, Henry Platter, and Roy Platter, all of Eldon, Charles Platter, Enon, and Harley Platter, state of Nebraska; 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. ren. (sic)

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Blue Springs Baptist Church, near Eldon, with the Rev. Tommy Bunch officiating. Burial will be at Dooley Cemetery, near Eldon.

    Arrangements are by Griswold-Kays Funersl Home, Eldon.
    .

  1848. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - August 20, 2004. Burnham Lee Conner, age 91, of Eldon, died Thursday, August 19, 2004, at Capital Region Medical Center.

    He was born in Miller County on December 27, 1912, a son of the late Edward Franklin and Annie (Platter) Conner. On October 3, 1942, in Miller County, he was married to Faye Maxine Bunch, who survives at the home.

    He worked as a road grader operator for the Bagnell Special Road District for 40 years. He was a member of Blue SpringsBaptist Church near Eldon.

    Other survivors include: one daughter, Sharon Larson of Eldon; one son, Darrell Conner of Eldon; one sister, Viola Kehr of Gravois Mills; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. An infant daughter, Shirley Jean Conner; and three brothers, Bill, Truman, and Kenneth Conner; preceded him in death.

    Services will be at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 21, at Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon. Dr. Randall Bunch will officiate. Interment will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens near Barnett.

    Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. on Friday at the funeral home.

  1849. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, December 31, 1999. William E. Conner, 85, Laurie, died Dec. 28, 1999, at Laurie Care Center. He was born Dec. 31, 1913, in Eldon, a son of Ed F. and Anna Platter Conner. He was a retired truck driver.

    Survivors include: one son, David Conner; one daughter, Linda Conner; one stepdaughter; one brother, Burnham Conner, Eldon; and one sister, Viola Kehr, Eldon.

    Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Greenmore Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Barnett. Arrangements are under the direction of Kidwell-Garber Funeral Home, Versailles.

  1850. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Saturday, April 6, 1996. Truman E. Conner, 79, Eldon, died Thursday at Capital Region Medical Center-
    Southwest. He was born Feb. 1, 1917, in Miller County, the son of Edward and Annie Platter
    Conner. He was married Sept 20, 1941, in Camdenton, to Lillian J. Lehew. She survives at the
    home. He was a farmer and a lifetime resident of Miller County. He was a U. S. Army veteran of
    World War II.

    Other survivors include: two daughters, Dolores Kirkpatrick, Eldon, and Janice Taylor,
    Belpre, Ohio; one son, Steven Conner, Eldon; two brothers, Burnham Conner, Eldon, and Bill
    Conner, Fulton; one sister, Viola Kehr, Rowlett, Texas; six grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon. Pastor Jack Dilday
    will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Barnett. Visitation will be from 4-7
    p.m. today. Memorials are suggested to Bible Way Church of Eldon.

  1851. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - December 28, 2010. Viola May (Conner) Kehr, age 91, of Eldon, died Wednesday, December 22, 2010, at Eldon Nursing and Rehab. She was born in Bagnell on May 29, 1919, a daughter of the late Edward Franklin and Annie A. (Platter) Conner. On April 5, 1945 she was married to Ollie Kehr, who preceded her in death in August 1969.

    Viola graduated from School of the Osage in 1939. Throughout her life she worked at a pants factory, owned and operated OK Furniture Store with her husband and retired from the Missouri State Penitentiary as a guard in 1998. She was a member of the Versailles Baptist Church.

    Those who survive her include: one son, Gerald Kehr of Barnett and one daughter, Phyllis Kehr of Dallas, Texas; 6 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. Two grandchildren and four brothers, Burnham, Truman, Bill and Kenneth, also preceded her in death.

    Visitation will be from 12:00-2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 29, with services immediately following at 2:00 p.m. at Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon. Bro. John Shifflet will officiate. Interment will be in Dooley Cemetery near Eldon. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions are suggested to the family.

  1852. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1992. Kenneth Lyman Conner, 65, Kansas City, died Wednesday at Research Medical Center in Kansas City. He was born Dec 6, 1926, in Eldon, a son of Edward F. and Anna Platter Conner.

    He was a 1945 graduate of Eldon High School and had lived in Kansas City for 45 years. He had been employed with Bendex for 37 years and was a member of Local Union No. 314 IAMAW.

    Survivors include: two sons, Preston Conner and Keith Conner, both of Kansas City; three brothers, William E. Conner, Burnham L. Conner and Truman E. Conner, all of Eldon; and one sister, Viola M. Kehr, Eldon.

    Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Griswold-Kays Chapel, Eldon. The Rev. Tommy Bunch will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Park, Barnett. Visitation will be from 2-5 p.m. Sunday.

  1853. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - February 28, 1969. Mrs. Conner, 82, dies in Kansas

    Mrs. Ivory E. Conner, age 82, of Shawnee, Kan., a former Jefferson City resident, died Thursday at Olathe Community Hospital in Olathe, Kan.

    Mrs. Conner was born Feb. 14, 1887, in Bagnell. She married Edwin A. Conner on Oct. 25, 1906.

    She was preceded in death by her husband, one daughter, two sons, one grandson, three sisters and one brother.

    She is survived by two sons, Edward R. Conner of Montgomery City and Richard E. Conner of the home; one sister, Mrs. Leo (Stella) Cox of Phoenix, Ariz.; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Amos Funeral Home in Shawnee, Kan. Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Riverview Cemetery, Jefferson City.

    .

  1854. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201C. John, Nancy, JB, NJ, Sarah, & Adaline Vann
    JL Conner (neph).
  1855. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 23B. Jacob L, Ida C, Earnest, & Minnie Conner.
  1856. 1920 Census, Bryan, Mayes, Oklahoma, pg 200A. Jacob, Ida, Ernest, Minnie, John, Bosie, Otis, Elmer, Thelma, Fayette, Emma, & Mary Conner.
  1857. 1930 Census, Granby, Newton, Missouri, pg 98A. Jacob L, Ida C, Elmer, Lafayette, Emma, & Mary Conner.
  1858. 1910 Census, Chouteau, Mayes, Oklahoma, pg 149B. Jacob L, Ida C, Earnest, Minnie, John, Basil, Otis, Zellner, & Elmer Conners.
  1859. SSDI, 491-01-7875.
  1860. SSDI, 500-09-1584.
  1861. SSDI, 493-16-0399.
  1862. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 244A. James W, Nancy A, & Jos G Conner.
  1863. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201C. Jas W, NA, JG, Jas W, AJ, & AL Conner.
  1864. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 21A. John, Amy Jane, Annie, Everett, Alpha, Alta, & Charley Platter
    Jas W Conner (boarder).
  1865. 1920 Census, Kosoma, Pushmataha, Oklahoma, pg 30A. James W, Mary, & Starling (broinlaw) Conner.
  1866. 1910 Census, Kosoma, Pushmataha, Oklahoma, pg 294A. JW, Mary & Newton Canner.
  1867. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 200B. Jas W, ME, JN, & ?T Conner.
  1868. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - January 3, 1969. Lafe E. Conner, of Eldon, dies

    Lafe E. Conner, 84, of Eldon, died Thursday at Charles E. Still Hospital in Jefferson City.

    Mr. Conner was born Aug. 12, 1884, in Miller County, the son of John W. and Eliza Jane Bunch Conner.

    Survivors include: Five sons, Irwin Conner, Eldon, Orvis Conner, Leavenworth, Kan., Gorvis Conner, Kansas City, Euell Conner, Raytown, Carmen Conner, Albuquerque, N.M.; one brother, Frank Conner, Eldon, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Blue Springs Baptist Church. The Rev. Willard Brewer will officiate. Burial will be in the Riley Lamb cemetery, near Eldon.

    Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon is in charge of arrangements.

  1869. 1900 Census, Ozark, Polk, Arkansas, pg 328B. Joseph W, Arthur, Elsa, & Jessie Connor.
  1870. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201C. JW, Susan, & AL Conner.
  1871. 1910 Census, Kosoma, Pushmataha, Oklahoma, pg 287B. Wise J, Elsie, Dean, Roy, & Tedy Gentry
    Joe Canner (fathinlaw).
  1872. 1930 Census, Skiatook, Osage, Oklahoma, pg 192A. John W & Elsie N Gentry
    Marvin Downs (neph).
  1873. 1920 Census, Owasso, Tulsa, Oklahoma, pg 22B. John W, Dean, Ray, & Teddy Gentry.
  1874. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201C. MD, Lounia, AN, SC, MJ, & ME Conner.
  1875. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 197D. Rachel, ME, & PA Jones
    PM (dau) & Zilphia Conner.
  1876. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A.
    William B, Zilphy, Rena B, Lena A, Binth A, William M, Ida V, Charles E, & Williard E Hicks
    Nancy Conner (mominlaw).
  1877. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 32B. William HB, Silpha, Lena A, William M, Ida V, Charles E, Willard E, Clarence E, & Basel O Hicks
    Nancy Cormer (mominlaw).
  1878. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 145B. Ed & Earnest (bro) Hicks
    Nancie A Conner (grandma).
  1879. 1850 Census, Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri, pg 263B. Starlin, Polly, William, Benjamin, Lucinda, Martha Jane, Mary, Joseph, Sarah, Elizabeth, & James W Conner.
  1880. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 487. Starling, Margaret, Joseph, Sarah, Elizabeth, James W, Nancy C, Hiram S, & Amanda Conner.
  1881. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 244A. Sterling, Margaret, Nancy C, Amanda W, & Julia A Conner.
  1882. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 485. William, Dorcas, Mary E, Charity, & Joseph Conner.
  1883. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 243A. Dorcas Conner.
  1884. World War I Draft Registration Cards.
  1885. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - May 9, 1966. William Conner Of Eldon Dies

    ELDON (Special) -- William E. Conner, 70, of Eldon died Sunday at the University of Missouri Medical Center in Columbia.

    Mr. Conner was born Nov. 10, 1895, near Bagnell, the son of William and Adeline Cotton Conner. On April 2, 1916, he was married to Goldie Marie Brown.

    Mrs. Conner survives at the family home.

    Other survivors include three sons, Burdette Conner of Eldon, Donald Conner of Lake Ozark, Warren Conner of Eldon; one daughter, Mrs. Beverly Ward of Columbia; one brother, Jessie Conner of Pontiac, Mich.; and four sisters, Mrs. Alice Strange of Ironton, Mrs. Rebecca Strange of Barnett, Mrs. Anna Strange of Chillocothe, and Mrs. Janie Kehr of Chillicothe.

    Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church by the Rev. Tommy Bunch.

    Burial will follow in the Lamm Cemetery near Bagnell.

  1886. Obituary, News and Tribune - September 7, 1975. Mrs. Strange, of Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Alice Strange, 84, of Eldon, died Friday at the Missouri Baptist Home, Ironton.

    Mrs. Strange, was born Dec. 8, 1890, at Bagnell, the daughter of William N. and Mary Cotten Connor. She was married March 15, 1908 to Charles W. Strange, who died April 20, 1964.

    Mrs. Strange was a member of the Centennial Baptist Church, Mexico.

    Survivors include: One daughter, Mrs. Mabel Robbins, Eldon; five sons, Floyd Strange, Eldon, Norman Strange, Sulphur Springs, Tex., Charles Strange, Marietta, Ohio, Curtis Strange and Claude Strange, both of Mexico.

    One sister, Mrs. Rebecca Strange, Barnett; two step-sisters, Miss Annie Strange and Mrs. Janie Kehr, both of Chillicothe; 16 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m., Monday, at the Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, with the Rev. T.W. Bunch officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

  1887. Obituary, The Miller County Autogram-Sentinel, Thursday, April 18, 1991. Rebecca Ellen Strange, 98, of Eldon died Monday, April 16, 1991 at Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital in Osage Beach. She was born June 27, 1892 in Bagnell to William N. and Mary Adaline Cotten Conner. On March 16, 1908 she was married to Henry L. Strange, who died in 1938.

    Mrs. Strange was a member of the Bagnell Baptist Church and lived in Miller County all her life.

    Surviving her are four daughters, Ola Bledsoe of Charokee, Kan., Euneva Brown of
    Eldon, Lorraine Anderson of Lebanon and Flossie Callison of Mesa, Ariz.; five sons, Gaylord Strange, Cletis Strange and Glenn Strange, all of Eldon, Forrest Strange of New Port News, Va., and Jerry Strange of Phoenix, Ariz.; 29 grandchildren; 51 great-grandchildren; 16 great-greatgrandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Phillips Funeral Home with the Rev.
    Randall Bunch officiating. Burial will be in Riley Lamm Cemetery near Eldon.

  1888. Obituary, News and Tribune - September 17, 1967. Jesse Conner rites scheduled Monday

    Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church for Jesse Levi Conner, 73, who died Friday in Pontiac, Mich.

    Mr. Conner was born at Bagnell in 1894, the son of William N. and Adeline Cotton Conner.

    He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Vivian Quick, of Pontiac, Mich.; and two sisters, Mrs. Alice Strange, Ironton, Mo. and Mrs. Rebecca Strange, Barnett.

    Services will be conducted by the Rev. T.W. Bunch with burial in Riley Lamm Cemetery.

  1889. 1910 Census, Wild Dog, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 169B. Frank & Julie Conrad.
  1890. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Lee, Kentucky.
  1891. 1920 Census, Beattyville, Lee, Kentucky, pg 4B. Frank, Julia, Albert, & Bessie Conrad.
  1892. 1910 Census, Wild Dog, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 169B. Louis, Cynthia, & Willie Conrad
    Samuel (finlaw), Rosie B, Rachel, & Thomas Hartsock.
  1893. 1930 Census, Sturgeon, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 24A. Lewis, Cynthia, Ellis, Earl, & Junior Conrad
    Rosa Hartsock (minlaw).
  1894. 1920 Census, Sturgeon, Owsley, Kentucky, pg. Lewis, Syntha, Willie, Rosa E, Ellas, & Earl Conrad.
  1895. SSDI, 401-18-1366.
  1896. SSDI, 406-18-0948.
  1897. SSDI, 488-01-2648.
  1898. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 24, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 291B. Gustavus H, Annie E, Alfred H, & Russell A Conzelman.
  1899. 1920 Census, St Louis Ward 24, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 41A. Oscar & Catherine Humes
    Russell (sinlaw), Ethel, & Jane L Couzelman
    E Berry (sinlaw), Irene, & E Berry Jr Brown.
  1900. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 109B. Elek, Mary, Grechion, Theodore, & Lottie Cook.
  1901. 1930 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 10B. Mrs. Mary, Theadore, Lottie, Gearld, Goldie, Lola, & Alexander Cook.
  1902. SSDI, 269-18-2194.
  1903. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002, 406-05-5221.
  1904. SSDI, 405-18-6206.
  1905. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 145B. Charles, China, & Nanny S Cook.
  1906. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 53B. Charlie, China, & Clarence H Cook.
  1907. 1920 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 143B. Charley, China, Clarence, Ola, Russell, & Lorvel Cook.
  1908. 1930 Census, District 2, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 82B. Charles,China, Clarence, & Lowell Cook.
  1909. Southwest Laurel Co Kentucky Cemeteries Laurel County Historical Society.
  1910. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002, 400-10-2835.
  1911. SSDI, 427-16-7885.
  1912. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 26B. Robert & Mary Corn
    Vincent Corn (bro)
    John Cook (binlaw).
  1913. 1930 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 15A. JW, Mattie, Billie, & Mary E Cook
    Mrs. Mary E Lutz (minlaw).
  1914. SSDI, 400-64-3582.
  1915. SSDI, 406-48-0825.
  1916. SSDI, 404-28-4802.
  1917. 1920 Census, Spokane, Spokane, Washington, pg 212B. Lawrance D & Iva Cook
    Alice A & Emma Jean Flynn (step-dau's).
  1918. 1930 Census, Hoquiam, Grays Harbor, Washington, pg 10B. Francis L Pitcher
    Iva M & Elllen M Cook.
  1919. SSDI, 533-01-9919.
  1920. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 145A. Leander, Betty, & --------- Cook.
  1921. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 53B. Bettie & Amie Cook.
  1922. 1920 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 143A. Lee, Lucy, Ira, Beulah, & Charlie Cook.
  1923. 1930 Census, District 6, Knox, Kentucky, pg 212B. Lee, Lucy, & Charlie Cook.
  1924. 1910 Census, Knox, Knox, Kentucky, pg 158A. Leander, Lucy F, Sallie, Ira M, & Robert Cook.
  1925. 1880 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 229A. William, Rachel, Eliza, Leander, & Charles Cook.
  1926. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 145A. William, Rachel, Alexander, Mary, John, & Pearl Cook.
  1927. 1920 Census, Dallas Precinct 11, Dallas, Texas, pg 266B. Sarah A Cooley.
  1928. 1910 Census, Butte Ward 3, Silver Bow, Montana, pg 133A. Frank H Cooney.
  1929. 1900 Census, Jonesville, Lee, Virginia, pg 4A. Patrick & Susy Coony.
  1930. 1910 Census, Jonesville, Lee, Virginia, pg 29A. Patrick H, Susie H, Eula B, & St Elmo M Cooney.
  1931. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Lee, Virginia.
  1932. 1900 Census, Liberty, Hendricks, Indiana, pg 233B. Thomas, Mollie, Gertrude, Ermy, & Thilmer B Cooney & Reba Bryant (niece).
  1933. 1910 Census, Yoakum, Station, Lee, Virginia, pg 220B. Thomas, Mollie,Gertrude, Irma, Thelma, Clarence, & Maticon (brother) Cooney.
  1934. 1920 Census, Yokum Station, Lee, Virginia, pg 229A. John S & Irma M Jessie
    Thomas, Malley M, Thelma, Clarence, Judson, & Matt (bro) Cooney.
  1935. 1930 Census, Flint, Genesee, Michigan, pg 9B. Clarence J Cooney (lodger).
  1936. SSDI, 368-05-2823.
  1937. 1860 Census, St Louis Ward 4, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 376 (written). Edward & Druscilla Coons
    Rufus OHara
    James, Charles, Walter, & Ida Coons.
  1938. 1870 Census, St Louis Ward 5, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 87B. Edward, Drusilla, Walter, Ida, Sarah, Warren, & Mary Coons
    Mary Yates
    Charles Coons.
  1939. 1850 Census, St Louis Ward 3, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 348A. Edward, Harriett, & James E Coons
    James Shields.
  1940. 1880 Census, Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 425D. Drucilla, Ida M, Sarah W, Warren, & Mary A Coons.
  1941. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 25, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 153A. Mary A, & Warren (bro) Coons
    Ida M (sis), Samuel S, & Edwin H Jeffries.
  1942. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 229A. Byron T, Sarah S, & Lucy S Cooper.
  1943. 1880 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 180C. Byron T, Sarah L, Lucy ?, & Addie B Cooper.
  1944. 1900 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 58B. Sarah L & Ada B Cooper.
  1945. 1910 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 64A. Leroy, Addie B, & Ralph Robinett
    Sarah L Cooper (mominlaw).
  1946. 1920 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 167B. Lee, Addie B, Ralph, & Fred Robinett
    Sarah Cooper (mominlaw).
  1947. 1880 Census, Glaize, Miller, Missouri, pg 168A. Elias, Mary AR, & Martha E Cooper.
  1948. 1900 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 50A. Elias, Mary A, George M, Samuel F, Mary C, Ada F, Bertha, & Margaret Cooper.
  1949. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 240A. Elias Cooper.
  1950. Missouri Death Records, 1834-1931 ancestry.com.
  1951. SSDI, 499-40-9427.
  1952. 1850 Census, District 13, Miller, Missouri, pg 416B. James, Ervine, Thomas, Nancy, James, & Catharine Cooper.
  1953. 1860 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 691. Jas, Nancy, James, Kahine, & Sarah Cooper.
  1954. 1860 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 691. Thomas J, Susan, Mary, & Oliver Cooper.
  1955. 1880 Census, Tabor, Saint Clair, Missouri, pg 277A. Thomas, ME, Mary, Oliver, Tilda, James, Manda, Charley, Thomas, Ida M, & Berta May Cooper.
  1956. 1870 Census, Cass, Douglas, Missouri, pg 660A. Thomas, Margaret E, Mary J, Oliver T, James D, Lilia A, & Amanda E Cooper.
  1957. 1920 Census, San Rafael, Marin, California, pg 161A. Thomas J & Margaret E (mom) Cooper.
  1958. 1910 Census, Napa Ward 3, Napa, California, sheet 23B. Margaret E & May Cooper
    Nannie Field (dau)
    Guy Cooper (son)
    Juanita M Field (gdau)
    Mabel D Cooper (gdau).
  1959. 1900 Census, Prairie, Washington, Arkansas, pg 219B. Tom, Mrs E, Jim, May, Charles, Maude, Nannie, & Guy Cooper.
  1960. 1870 Census, Cass, Douglas, Missouri, pg 660A. James, Sarah V, & Susan F Cooper.
  1961. 1880 Census, Glaize, Miller, Missouri, pg 168A. James M, Louansa, Sarah C, Margaret ?, Mica E, Ida D, John ?, & Osban M Cooper.
  1962. 1900 Census, Glaize, Miller, Missouri, pg 50A. James M, Ellen, Ida D, & Milton Cooper.
  1963. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - April 18, 1962. Milton O. Cooper Dies Unexpectedly

    ELDON (Special) -- Milton Orval Cooper, 82, of Ulman died Tuesday while in his car at Ulman.

    He was born Dec. 6, 1879, in Ulman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper. He married the former Ida May Shikles in 1902. She died in May of 1959.

    Survivors include one son, Paul Cooper of Eldon, and one sister, Mrs. Ida Nixdorf of Ulman.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Ulman Christian Church, the Rev. A.L. Alexander officiating. Burial will be in Gott Cemetery.

  1964. 1880 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 183A. Joseph, Nancy, & Atoomia Vaughn
    Francis Cooper.
  1965. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 203C. Joel, SA, NE, MJ, WJ, RP, SDS, RC, & DE Cooper.
  1966. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 248A. Joel, Sarah A, Susan A, Nathan E, Mary J, William J, & Rial P Cooper.
  1967. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 482. Joel & Sarah A Cooper.
  1968. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36A. Sarah, Ril P, & Joel E Cooper.
  1969. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26B. Joel E, Emma, & Sarah A (mom) Cooper.
  1970. California Death Index 1905 - 1929.
  1971. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 28A. William, Rhoda E, Elva, Vencia, Beney, Rosa, Mamie, & Louventie Cooper.
  1972. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 35B. William J, Rhoda E, Barcie L, Rosa E, Mamie F, Louvertie J, Herbert E, & William R Cooper.
  1973. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 151B. Rial P, Ida E, Rial P Jr, & Treva Cooper.
  1974. 1920 Census, Pomona Ward 3, Los Angeles, California, pg 174A. Rial P, Ida E, Rial, Treva, & Dora E (sis) Cooper.
  1975. 1930 Census, Tujunga, Los Angeles, California, pg 19B. Ida E Cooper (lodger).
  1976. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 197D. JP, Sarah, WE, FE, TB, MJ, PT, & DC Cooper
    DM Sidebotom (sisnlaw).
  1977. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 21A. Salley A, Milt, & Ellie Casper.
  1978. 1900 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 69B. William E, Maggie L, Charles LY, & Maud G Cooper.
  1979. 1920 Census, Willow Fork, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 143B. William, Mary J, Glenn, Roy, Clyde, & Earl Cooper.
  1980. 1900 Census, Columbia, Boone, Missouri, pg 160A. Thos, Alpha, Sherman, & Lois Cooper.
  1981. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Morgan, Missouri.
  1982. 1850 Census, District 13, Miller, Missouri, pg 415B. Smith, Elizabeth, John, James, Barron, Mary, & Louisa Cooper.
  1983. 1860 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 343. Smith, Elizabeth, John W, James M, Barren T, Mary A, Louisa, George W, Elias, Elizabeth M, & Judy Cooper.
  1984. 1900 Census, Prairie, Washington, Arkansas, pg 219B. Tom Jr & Mrs Ella Cooper.
  1985. SSDI, 498-05-2960.
  1986. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - February 9, 1971. Ed Cooper, Eldon, dies

    Ed Cooper, 62, of Eldon died Monday at the University of Missouri Medical Center, Columbia.

    Mr. Cooper was born May 5, 1903, in Morgan County, the son of William M. and Elzena Bunch Cooper. He was married in 1944 to Mrs. Mamie D. Wood, who died in 1963.

  1987. Obituary, News and Tribune - December 20, 1970. Waldo Cooper dies at Barnett

    Waldo Cooper, 55, of Barnett, died Saturday at his home.

    Mr. Cooper was born May 28, 1915, in Miller County, the son of William M. and Elzena Bunch Cooper. On Opril (sic) 21, 1940, he was married at Eldon to the former Miss Dualene Lehew, who survives.

    Other survivors include: Eight sons, Jerry Cooper, Raytown, Jimmy Cooper, Versailles, Bob Cooper, Barnett, Darrell Cooper, Eldon, and Joe Cooper, Daniel Cooper, Tracy Cooper and Terry Cooper, all of the home.

    Three daughters, Mrs. Sue Gentry, Elwood, Kan., Mrs. Kathy Halderman, Eldon and Miss Beth Cooper, of the home; four brothers, Harley Cooper, Raymond Cooper, Orvil Cooper and Ed Cooper, all of Eldon; three sisters, Mrs. Burla McGorder, Mrs. Bertie Parsons, and Mrs. Viola Sidebottom, all of Eldon.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Old Path Baptist Church near Eldon with the Rev. Gene Cain and the Rev. James Delong officiating. Burial will be in the Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Barnett.

  1988. 1851 Census Canada, Lansdowne, Leeds, Canada West, pg 57. Samuel & Mrs. Samuel Copeland.
  1989. 1900 Census, Center, Benton, Indiana, pg 35A. Henry, Zada, Linnie, Minnie, Laura, Harlin, & Edith Copenhaver.
  1990. 1900 Census, Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri, pg 1B. Hiram P, Frances E, & Clinton O Cornett
    Clyde Keeney (stepson).
  1991. 1910 Census, Branson, Taney, Missouri, pg 63B. Hiram P, Francis, Clinton, & Charlie Cornett.
  1992. Obituary, Daily Capital News - April 4, 1970. Funeral Sunday for Mrs. Cornett

    Mrs. Sarah Rosetta Cornett, 86, Eldon, died Thursday at the home of her daughter in Jamestown.

    Mrs. Cornett was born May 12, 1883, in Bates County, the daughter of Benjamine F. and Eliza Jane Cotton Houston.

    On March 13, 1903 she married John Monroe Cornett in Camden County. He died Nov. 11, 1948.

    Survivors include: Six sons, Joseph F. Cornett, Olean, Jack Cornett, Reseda, Calif., Merl M. Cornett and Bob Cornett both of Eldon, Harvey Cornett, Haysville, Kan., and Grover Cornett, Sedalia; two daughters, Miss Ruth E. Cornett, Tuscumbia, and Mrs. Lela M. Amos, Jamestown; one sister, Mrs. Janie Snoderly, Richmond; 20 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel Eldon. The Rev. Selby Graham and the Rev. August Williams will officiate. Burial will be in Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

  1993. Obituary, Daily Capital News - January 18, 1977. Frank Cornett, 72, dies at hospital

    Frank Cornett, 72, Olean, died Sunday at Charles Still Hospital.

    He was born Jan. 6, 1905, at Kaiser, the son of John and Sarah Houston Cornett. He was married Dec. 23, 1938, at Cemdenton, to Esther Parson Woods, who survives.

    Mr. Cornett was a farmer and a lifelong resident of the Eldon area.

    Other survivors include: Five brothers, Merle Cornett and Bob Cornett, both of Eldon, Jack Cornett, Apple Valley, Calif., Harvey Cornett, Hayesville, Kan., and Grover Cornett, Sedalia; two sisters, Miss Ruth Cornett, Tuscumbia, and Mrs. Lela Amos, Eldon.

    Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel in Eldon. The Rev. Gilbert Pearson will officiate. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

  1994. Wesleyan Methodist Baptismal Register.
  1995. 1870 Census, Rockdell Township, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 485. John, Eunis, & Andrew Athouse, Frank Cornish, Claroh Wattles, Mary Cornish.
  1996. 1860 Census, Rock Dell, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 669. Jonas, Mary A, Mary, Francis, & Ellen Cornish.
  1997. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 129B. James R, Mary E, & James R Jr Corn.
  1998. 1930 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 17A. Elizzie Cornett
    Mrs. Mary & James R Corn.
  1999. SSDI, 405-12-8486.
  2000. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 145B. SP, Louan, Robert, William V, John D, Mary E, Roy J, & Worley R Corn
    Lizzie & Rachel Reynolds (sisnlaws).
  2001. 1910 Census, District 1 Precinct 3, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 10A. Silas, Lou A, John D, Ethel, Roy, & Worley Carun.
  2002. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 132B. Silas, Louann, & Lila Cornn.
  2003. 1930 Census, Pineville, Bell, Kentucky, pg 19A. Silas, Lou Arne, & Lila Cornn.
  2004. SSDI, 407-42-7123.
  2005. 1870 Census, Subdivision 144, Bartow, Georgia, pg 526B. Elizabeth, William W, McDaniel, & Sarah J Costephens.
  2006. 1860 Census, Sonora, Gordon, Georgia, pg 314. Wm, Elizabeth, William W, Nancy, & John Costephens.
  2007. 1910 Census, Resaca, Gordon, Georgia, pg 194A. McDaniel, Mary, & Craton Costephens.
  2008. 1880 Census, Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama, pg 366B. William Costephens (other).
  2009. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 490. Benjamin & Jane Cotton
    Joseph Martin
    Rachel Moody.
  2010. 1850 Census, District 13, Miller, Missouri, pg 407A. William, Eliza, Mary, James, & Margaret Cotten.
  2011. 1880 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 182C. William S, Eliza C, Trasia S, Lucinda A, William A, Minerva A, Annie E, & Ollie ? (gdau) Cotton.
  2012. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 490. William S, Eliza C, Polly J, James B, Margaret E, Nancy A, Thomas V, George W, & Joseph M Cotton.
  2013. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 237B. Wm S, Eliza C, Nancy J, Polly A, Thos V, George W, Joseph M, Latitia S, Lucinda, Wm A, Minervi Cotton.
  2014. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 7A. Robert C, Manerva A, Arah E, William H, & Mary E Odom
    Wm S (fathinlaw) & Andrew (broinlaw) Cotten.
  2015. 1850 Census, District 13, Miller, Missouri, pg 408A. Joseph, Nancy, Jacob, & Thomas Cotten
    Evalina Johnson.
  2016. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 483. Joseph L, Nancy, Jacob G, Thomas G, John M, Eliza F, Sarah A, Mary C, & Panama E Cotton
    Jacob S McComb.
  2017. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 242B. Nancy, Thomas G, Eliza J, Sarah A, Catharine, Panema E, & Daniel N Cotten.
  2018. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. Nancy Cotten
    Mary Ferguson (gdau).
  2019. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 32A. Nancy Cotten
    Sarah J, John W (grandsoninlaw), & Lena A Uber.
  2020. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - August 15, 1973. Mrs. Cotten dies Tuesday

    Mrs. Selma Ellen Cotten, 62, Etterville, died Tuesday at her home.

    She was born Jan. 27, 1911, in Tuscumbia, the daughter of George and Ethel Odom Wood. On Oct. 29, 1937, she was married to Charles L. Cotten, who survives.

    Mrs. Cotten was a member of the Flatwood Baptist Church near Eldon for several years.

    Other survivors include: One son, Lyman H. Meyer, Denver, Colo.; three daughters, Mrs. Ethel M. Kuntz, Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. Fontella Jamison, Grain Valley; Mrs. Repha Dean Freeman, Kansas City, Kan.; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Heldstab, Tuscumbia; one brother, Lyman Wood, Eldon; eight grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Flatwood Baptist Church, with the Rev. John Zimmer officiating. Burial will be in the Tolwood Cemetery near Eldon.

    Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.


    .

  2021. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25B. Fanny, Lucy C, & Cora E Cotton.
  2022. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 32A. Fanny Cotten
    Mary E Cunningham (sis).
  2023. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 146A. Clarence W, Cora E, Bertha, Henly, Dallas, Margery, Ruby, Mildred, & Hellen Strange
    Fannie Cotten (minlaw).
  2024. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 201D. JB, Fanny, Nacy E, MJ, RA, SW, & SC Cotten.
  2025. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg. Jacob, Nancy A, Nancy E, Mary J, & Reubin A Cotten.
  2026. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - February 19, 1974. Former Eldon resident dies

    Mrs. Cora E. Strange, 88, Butler, died Monday at the Bates County Hospital, Butler. She was a former Eldon resident.

    She was born April 19, 1885, at Eldon, the daughter of Jacob and Fanny Caldwell Cotten. She was married Aug. 20, 1905, at Bagnell, to Clarence Strange, who died in 1949.

    Mrs. Strange lived in Eldon most of her life until several years ago when she moved to Butler to live with a daughter.

    She was a member of the Blue Springs Baptist Church, near Eldon.

    Survivors include: Five daughters, Mrs. Ruby Wynes, Stockton, Mrs. Mildred Haden, Butler, Mrs. Helen Kroll, Azuza, Calif., Mrs. Roberta Kelsay, Latham, and Mrs. Lois Dean Gover, Kansas City; and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Blue Springs Baptist Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery, under the direction of Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

  2027. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 39B. Jacob R & Bertha A Cotten.
  2028. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 145B. WHB, Zelpha, Ida, Elmer, Oscar, & Wayne (neph) Hicks
    Ethel & Ellen (nieces) Cotten
    Bernard Martin (neph).
  2029. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 147B. Joseph B, Rena B, Maud, Willard, Ralph, Goldia, Frank, Hazel, Alta, & William L (neph) Cotten.
  2030. 1900 Census, District 52, Township 19, Creek Nation, Indian Territory, pg 102A. James B, Susan A, Sarah E, & James H Cotten.
  2031. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 199B. JB, SM, WH, NJ, Louisa, JE, Thos, & MM Cotten.
  2032. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 237B. Jas B, Susan M, Wm H, & Nancy Cotton.
  2033. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Creek, Oklahoma.
  2034. 1930 Census, District 23, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 40A. James H, Minnie E, Truman L, Trevah M, James S, & Edna R Cotten.
  2035. SSDI, 513-09-1351.
  2036. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - July 11, 1929. 2-YEAR-OLD CHILD DIED AT HOSPITAL

    Ruby Forest Cotten, the 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Cotten of near Centertown died at the hospital yesterday of inflammation of the brain. Besides the bereaved parents the child is mourned by two brothers, Truman and James and two sisters, Trevah and Edna. The funeral will take place tomorrow at Eldon. The body was taken from the hospital to the home of the child's grandmother, 220 Rear West Elm Street.

  2037. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Monday, March 9, 1992. Evelyn Spencer, 60, Etterville, died Saturday at Bethany Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan. She was born Feb. 16, 1932, in Jefferson City, a daughter of James H. and Minnie E. Bohannon Cotton. She was married in 1950, in Kansas City, to Donald T. Spencer, who survives at the home.

    She had been employed with Sunshine Biscuit and TWA as a bookkeeper and the Accounting Dept. of the Missouri Dept. of Corrections for the past 23 years. She was a member of Sterling Acres Baptist Church in Raytown and the Eagles Lodge. She also was Vice President of the Missouri Jaycees’ Wives.

    Other survivors include: foster parents, Parker and Treva Jenkins, Rocky Mount, two sons, Stephen M. Spencer, Jefferson City, Daryl Spencer, Tipton; one brother, Truman Cotton, Gallup, N.M.; one sister, Edna Burns, Eldon; two grandchildren and two step-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Kenneth Carpenter will officiate. Burial will be in Dooley Cemetery, Eldon. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today.

  2038. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 24A. John M, Nancy M, John P, & Phoebie Catton.
  2039. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 34B. John M, Nancy M, & Phebie J Cotten.
  2040. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 120A. John M & Jane Cotten.
  2041. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 488-26-6992.
  2042. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 39B. Joseph B, Rena B, Maud, Willard, Ralph, & Irene Cotten.
  2043. 1930 Census, Bagnell, Miller, Missouri, pg 94A. Joe B, Rena B, Ralph, Goldie I, Frank G, Hazel, & Alta Cotten.
  2044. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - May 2, 1973. Ralph Cotten, of Eldon, dies

    Ralph Cotten, 65, of Eldon, died Monday at the Boone County Hospital, Columbia.

    Mr. Cotten was born April 14, 1908, at Bagnell, the son of Joseph Benjamin and Rena Belle Hicks Cotten.

    A lifelong resident of Miller County, he owned and operated Cotten's Bait and Tackle Shop, Lake Ozark, for 30 years. He attended Walnut Grove School and was a member of the Bagnell Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: Four sisters, Mrs. Maude Allen, Mrs. Goldie Gier, Mrs. Hazel Herbert, and Mrs. Alta Platter, all of Eldon; and a brother, Willard Cotten, Malden.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, at the Bagnell Baptist Church, with the Rev. Sam Martin and the Rev. Dean Catlett officiating. Burial will be in the Riley Lamm Cemetery, near Lake Ozark, uinder the direction of Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  2045. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, Sunday, March 20, 1994. Hazel V. Herbert, 79, Eldon, died Friday in Columbia. She was born Oct. 15, 1914, in Bagnell, the daughter of Joseph B. and Rena Belle Hicks Cotton. She was married Oct. 18, 1939, in Waynesville, to Ivan L. Herbert, who died Dec. 13, 1993.

    She was a lifelong resident of Miller County. She was a member of Bagnell Baptist Church and Lend-A-Hand Homemaker Club.

    Survivors include: one son, Jerry Herbert, Jefferson City; three daughters, Linda Munkers, Kansas City; Sharon Whitney and Betty Belcher, both of Columbia; one sister, Alta Platter, Eldon; 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

    Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Bagnell Baptist Church. Burial will follow at Riley Lamm Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Monday at Griswold-Kays Chapel in Eldon. Memorials are suggested to Bagnell Baptist Church.

  2046. Obituary, The Kansas City Star - March 20, 1994. HAZEL V. HERBERT Hazel V. Herbert, 79, Eldon, Mo., died March 18, 1994, at a hospital in Columbia. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Bagnell (Mo.)Baptist Church; burial in Riley Lamm Cemetery, near Bagnell. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Griswold-Kays Chapel, Eldon. The family suggests contributions to the church. Mrs. Herbert was a lifelong resident of Miller County, Mo. She was a member of the church. She was a member of the Lend-A-Hand Homemaker Club, Eldon. Her husband, Ivan L. Herbert, died Dec. 13, 1993. Survivors include a son, Jerry Herbert, Jefferson City; three daughters, Linda Munkers, Kansas City, and Sharon Whitney and Betty Belcher of Columbia; a sister, Alta Platter, Eldon; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
  2047. Obituary, Lake Sun Leader (Camdenton, MO) - Thursday, November 9, 2006 . Alta Lucille Platter, 89, passed away November 6, in Osage Beach.

    Alta was born November 1, 1917, in Old Bagnell, Mo., to Joseph B. Cotten and Rena Bell (Hicks) Cotten.

    She married Garland Vincent Platter on March 29, 1941, in Eldon, where the couple resided. Garland passed away on April 9, 1996.

    Alta was the owner and operator of the Red Lantern Gift Shop in Lake Ozark, and a member of the Bagnell Baptist Church.

    She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents and three children, Frances Wayne Platter, Marilyn Sue Platter and Mary Ann Dickerson.

    Alta is survived by two sons, Howard Platter and wife, Rayleen, and David Platter and wife, Beth, both of Lake Ozark; one daughter Donna Brack and husband, Virgil, of Cincinnati, Ohio; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

    A visitation will be held from 4-8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 9, at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon, Mo.

    The funeral service will take place at 1 p.m., Friday, Nov. 10, at Eldon First Baptist Church, in Eldon, with Rev. Cellis Crum and Rev. Jay Quinn officiating. Interment will be held at the Riley Lamm Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Riley Lamm Cemetery Association.

    The Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon is in charge of arrangements.

  2048. 1900 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 37B. Joseph E & Elizabeth Cotten.
  2049. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 24A. Thomas, Joseph R, Jacob R, William E, & George W Catten
    Elisha (sonnlaw), Lyda (dau), & Orville Stark.
  2050. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 117A. Elisha H, Lydia A, & Earl Stark
    Bertha I (dau) & Floyd E Strange
    Basil & Leonard R Stark
    Thomas G Cotton (fathinlaw).
  2051. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Sarah Ann Cotten.
  2052. SSDI, 500-09-8972.
  2053. Obituary, News and Tribune - December 31, 1967. Services today for Mr. Cotton

    Funeral services for Lemuel R. Cotton, 55, of Eldon, will be 2 p.m. today at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon.

    Mr. Cotten died Friday in a Jefferson City Hospital. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

    Mr. Cotten was born Feb. 11, 1912, in Miller County, the son of Samuel and Dora Strange Cotten. He was married to Beulah Hibdon in Tuscumbia, July 13, 1925.

    Surviving in addition to his widow are five sons, Ralph W. Cotten of Seattle, Wash., Robert A. Cotten of Riverside, Calif., Kenneth R. Cotten of High Ridge, Donald L. Cotten of Pigeon, Mich., and Carl D. Cotten in the U.S. Air Force; a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Brown of Kansas City; two brothers, Edgar Cotten of California, and Melvin Cotten of Eldon; and 10 grandchildren.

  2054. 1880 Census, Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas, pg 272A. Thomas, Mahaley, & Norey B Cotten.
  2055. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - October 4, 2004. Curtis E. Cotten, 90, passed away October 2, 2004 in Eldon, Mo.

    He was born in Miller County, Mo. on November 11, 1913 the son of William Evert Cotten and Martha Jane (Conner) Cotten.

    He was the owner/operator, of the Skelly Station in Eldon.

    He was preceded in death by his parents; four sisters, Alene Keeney, Lola Cotten, Audra Watt and Nelda Allen Survivors include his brother-in-law, Raymond Allen, Eldon, several nieces and nephews.

    Visitation will be held at the Phillips Funeral Home Tuesday, October 5, 2004, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Services following at 2:00 p.m., Rev. Jasper Hunter officiating. Burial will be at Greenmore Memorial Gardens in Barnett, Mo.

  2056. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune (MO) - Wednesday, March 17, 2004 . Mrs. Audra Opal Watt, age 87, of Harlem, Georgia, died Monday, March 15, 2004, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta, Georgia.

    Survivors include: four daughters, Jane Hale of Harlem, Ga., Betty Jo Hudson, Conway, Ark., Martha Love, Holts Summit, Mo., and Barbara Stanbaugh, Mokane, Mo.; one brother, Curtis Cotton, Eldon, Mo.; 11 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

    Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 20, from 1-2 p.m. at the Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, Mo.

    Funeral services, with Rev. Randall Bunch officiating, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 20 at the funeral home.Interment will be held at Greenmore Memorial Gardens in Barnett, Mo.

  2057. 1880 Census, Harrison, Scotland, Missouri, pg 123A. Harrison, Scotland, Missouri, pg 123A.
    Isac, Rebeca Ann, Samuel L, John, Francis, & William Griggs
    James Cottinkam (neph).
  2058. 1870 Census, Lincoln, Clark, Missouri, pg 547B. Elias, Elisabeth, James, & John Riggs
    James Cottingham.
  2059. 1930 Census, Pittsburg, Crawford, Kansas, pg 145A. James W, Verba E, Emma O, & William G Cottingham.
  2060. 1920 Census, Anderson, McDonald, Missouri, pg 134A. James W, Elizabeth, & Emma Cottingham.
  2061. 1910 Census, Washington, Crawford, Kansas, pg 171A. James W, FE, James, May, Lena, Ida, & Melbena Cottingham.
  2062. 1900 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 11B. Walter, Bettie, James, & Sally Cottingham.
  2063. SSDI, 513-10-9519.
  2064. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Barton, Missouri.
  2065. SSDI, 510-16-3281.
  2066. 1900 Census, Jackson, White, Arkansas, pg 93B. George H, Louisa F, & James A Sims
    Joseph Donavan (boarder)
    Tennessee F (dinlaw) & Mary F (gdau) Couch.
  2067. 1930 Census, Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 13A. Crit K, Flora C, Margery L, & James E Coulston.
  2068. SSDI, 409-24-2582.
  2069. SSDI, 415-07-6494.
  2070. SSDI, 246-20-5593.
  2071. Obituary, Post and Courier, The (Charleston, SC) - Saturday, January 19, 2008 . COULSTON, Richard P., 75, of Charleston, and Army and Air Force veteran and retired salesman with B.L. Montague Co., died Thursday. Arrangementsby Palmetto Cremation Society.
    .
  2072. SSDI, 249-46-4976.
  2073. SSDI, 250-64-2521.
  2074. Obituary, Post and Courier, The (Charleston, SC) - Monday, October 18, 1999. GOOSE CREEK - Frank Allen Coulston, 58, a retired assistant fire chief at the Naval Weapons Station, died Saturday at his residence. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Carolina Memorial Funeral Home in North Charleston. Burial will be in Carolina Memorial Gardens in North Charleston.

    Mr. Coulston was born in Chattanooga, Tenn., a son of Crit K. Coulston and Flora Garner Coulston. He was an Army veteran and a member of St. Timothy Lutheran Church.

    Surviving are his wife, Sharon Monahan Coulston; a daughter, Laura Lynn Roach of Goose Creek; two sons, F. Bryan Coulston of Goose Creek and Stephen M. Coulston of Virginia; two brothers, Paul D. Coulston of Goose Creek and Richard P. Coulston of Charleston; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
    .

  2075. 1910 Census, White, Polk, Arkansas, pg 181B. Charles H & Mattie Cover.
  2076. 1920 Census, Columbia, Boone, Missouri, pg 125B. CH & Mattie Coves
    Ira Wall (dad).
  2077. 1900 Census, Pigeon, Baxter, Arkansas, pg 46B. William J, Marth C, Don, & Claud Cowart.
  2078. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Baxter, Arkansas.
  2079. 1920 Census, Pleasant View, Cherokee, Kansas, pg 214A. Charles & Mae Cox.
  2080. SSDI, 514-12-9415.
  2081. 1860 Census, Ursa, Adams, Illinois, pg 361. John, Nancy E, & Mary Coyle.
  2082. 1870 Census, Ursa, Adams, Illinois, pg 709B. John, Nancy, & Mary C Coile.
  2083. 1880 Census, Ursa, Adams, Illinois, pg 335D. JA & Nancy Coyl.
  2084. 1850 Census, District 48, Lewis, Missouri, pg 340A. Patrick, John A, Martha, Jeremiah, Francis M, Elizabeth E, Sarah E, & Wm ? Coyle.
  2085. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 549-10-1219.
  2086. 1910 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 71A. Nancy J Slavin
    Albert R, Minnie M, Charley F, Julia S, Florene G, & Beuleah E Crafton.
  2087. 1920 Census, Jackson, Clay, Indiana, pg 41B. Albert R, Minnie M, Julia E, Florence J, Velma F, & Walter J Crafton.
  2088. 1930 Census, Brazil, Clay, Indiana, pg 88B. Albert L, Minnie, Ulma, & Jack Crafton
    VL Whittle (gson).
  2089. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Clay, Indiana.
  2090. 1930 Census, Moreau, Morgan, Missouri, pg 204B. Walter B & Julia A Crafton
    Charley Whittle (neph).
  2091. 1910 Census, Peoria, Ottawa, Oklahoma, pg 241B. Walter B, Lulu, & Beulah Crafton
    Walter Rakes (broinlaw).
  2092. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 152A. Emery, Lizzie, Bessie, Carl, & Nellie Craig.
  2093. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 282B. Emery, Elizabeth, Bessie, Carl, Marjorie, & Harold Craig.
  2094. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 235B. Roy, Marjorie, & Dunward Imler
    Emery Craig (fathinlaw).
  2095. Obituary, The Chillicothe Constitution Tribune - June 10, 1959. Was a Pharmacist for 50 Years

    Services for Jess L. Crain Will Be at Galt

    Jess L. Crain, 722 Cherry street, a retired pharmacist, died at the Chillicothe hospital at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. He had been a patient at the hospital since June 3.

    The body was taken to the Payne Funeral Home at Galt, where services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Harry Davis, minister of the Methodist church will conduct the services.

    Burial will be made in the family lot at the West cemetery at Galt.

    Mr. Crain, prior to coming to Chillicothe eight years ago for a residence, was in the drug business 35 years at Galt. In February of this year, he received a gold certificate for having been a pharmacist for 50 years. Since residing in Chillicothe, he had been employed as a pharmacist at the Carlin Drug Store and Clark's Pharmacy. He retired two years ago because of failing health.

    He was born Feb. 26, 1883, in Daviess County, a son of Isaac and Mattie (Lyford) Crain.

    Besides his widow, Mrs. Emma Crain of the home, he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Charles Myers, Mrs. Victor Allen and Mrs. Gene Bartholomew, Kansas City, and Mrs. Donald Moberly, Galt, and four grandchildren, Carolyn and Larry Moberly, Barbara Bartholomew and Ronald Myers.

  2096. 1850 Census, District 75, Ray, Missouri, pg 288A. Solomon, Sarah, Alfred J, David, J Alvis, Eliza Ann, Joshua B, Joseph, Richard C, Sarah J, John K, & Doctor T Craven.
  2097. 1860 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 184. Moses, Elizabeth, Geo, Catharine, Barbary, Benton, & Julia Yokem
    Sarah, Sarah J, Oliver, & MJ Craves.
  2098. 1870 Census, Richmond, Ray, Missouri, pg 476A. Moses & Elisabeth Yokum
    Sarah, Sarah J & Ollie Craven
    John H & William Yokum.
  2099. 1860 Census, Nodaway, Nodaway, Missouri, pg 17 (written). Jacob, Sarah, Joseph, Sitha & Nancy Craven.
  2100. 1870 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 485B. Jacobs, Sarah, Joseph W, Cynthia J, Nancy, & Susan E Craven.
  2101. 1880 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 298B. Jacob, Sarah, & Susan G Craven.
  2102. 1900 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 122B. Joseph, Cora A, Ella M, Janes E, Joseph, & Ray Craven.
  2103. 1910 Census, Mulhall, Logan, Oklahoma, pg 265A. Joe W, Cora A, Ella M, Joe W, Ray C, & Bertha A Craven.
  2104. 1920 Census, Mulhall, Logan, Oklahoma, pg 230A. Joseph W, Cora A, Bertha, & Dale Craven.
  2105. 1930 Census, Mulhall, Logan, Oklahoma, pg 236A. Joseph W Jr, Stella R, Vera E, Diehl L, Opal E, & Glen W Craven
    Joseph W Craven.
  2106. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma.
  2107. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Logan, Oklahoma.
  2108. SSDI, 447-07-9263.
  2109. 1870 Census, District 12, Henry, Tennessee, pg 368B. JL, Martha, Elizh, Robt, Flint, James, Mary, & Nettie Craven.
  2110. 1880 Census, District 12, Henry, Tennessee, pg 170D. Marthy & Nettie C Cravins
    Bettie Bumpass (niece)
    Jerry Cravins (hired)
    Laura Crowder (niece).
  2111. 1900 Census, Minneapolis Ward 2, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 223A. Amos, Amelia A, Hattie M, & John L Friel
    Charles R & Alice S (dau) Crawfork
    Anna B Bolton (niece).
  2112. 1930 Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, pg 95A. Howard, Willie F, Dwaine, & Billye J Crawford
    Gladys & Katherine St Clair (lodgers).
  2113. SSDI, 458-12-1266.
  2114. SSDI, 457-03-5383.
  2115. 1860 Census, Cedar, Lucas, Iowa, pg 548. Perry, Sarah, Henrietta, Benjamin F, John H & Mary E Crawley.
  2116. 1870 Census, Washington, Marion, Iowa, pg 309A. Perry, Lydia, Reta, Benjamin, Mary, John, & Jane Crawley.
  2117. 1860 Census, Cedar, Monroe, Iowa, pg 289. Andrew, Julia A, Margret, & Lydia Baker.
  2118. 1850 Census, Warren, Putnam, Indiana, pg 534A. Henry, Mary & Perry Crawley.
  2119. 1860 Census, Vigo, Knox, Indiana, pg 936. William, Patsy, Preston, Maria, Jasper, Newton, Artemissa, Munroe, Martin L, & John C Crawley.
  2120. 1850 Census, Greencastle, Putnam, Indiana, pg 518B. William, Patsy, Nancy M, Minerva, Preston, Wayne, Newton, Artemissa, J Monroe, John C, Martin L & Jasper Crawley.
  2121. 1840 Census, Greencastle, Putnam, Indiana, pg 372. William Crawley: males(2210101000000) females(0110010000000).
  2122. 1850 Census, Warren, Putnam, Indiana, pg 534A. Alexander, Elizabeth, Gibson, Hiram, Polly A, Louisa H, & Elizabeth Crawley.
  2123. 1850 Census, Warren, Putnam, Indiana, pg 534A. Westley, Mary, Charles & Frances Crawley.
  2124. 1880 Census, Jefferson, Jackson, Arkansas, pg 486D. Jasper, Mary A, John M & Alice Crawley
    Joseph N & JF Adams (brosinlaw).
  2125. 1900 Census, Little River, Poinsett, Arkansas, pg 160A. Jasper & Mary A Crawley.
  2126. 1910 Census, Thayer Twp, Oregon, Missouri, pg 139B. Jasper & Mary A Crawley
    Jasper E Jones (gson).
  2127. 1870 Census, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, pg 298B. Monroe Crawley (works in saw mill).
  2128. 1880 Census, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, pg 245D. Geo & Mariah Hurley
    Jno Crawley (binlaw).
  2129. 1910 Census, Baker Ward 1, Baker, Oregon, pg 5A. James E & Mary Creech
    Norma & Lyle Brinley (stepkids).
  2130. 1920 Census, Pacolet, Spartanburg, South Carolina, pg 142B. Molly, Norma, & Lyle Brinley.
  2131. 1870 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 484B. Hiram, Catherine, & Robert Crenshaw.
  2132. 1880 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 289A. HR, NC, & RM Crenshaw.
  2133. 1900 Census, Yuma, Yuma, Colorado, pg 214A. Horace & Nancy C Crenshaw
    Jennie Johnson (charge).
  2134. 1910 Census, District 120, Hyde, Washington, Colorado, pg 5A. Harsh C & Nancy C Crenshaw.
  2135. 1920 Census, Whittier, Los Angeles, California, pg 152B. Horace R & Nancy C Crenshaw
    Barbara McGaugh (sisnlaw).
  2136. 1900 Census, Yuma, Yuma, Colorado, pg 217B. Robert & Rose J Crenshaw.
  2137. 1910 Census, West Wray, Yuma, Colorado, pg 131B. Robert M & Rose J Crenshaw
    John R Crenshaw (bro).
  2138. 1920 Census, Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, pg 249A. Robert M, Rose J, & Clifford B Crenshaw.
  2139. 1930 Census, Whittier, Los Angeles, California, pg 175A. Robert M & Rose J Crenshaw
    Mary E Temple (lodger).
  2140. 1900 Census, Crowley, Acadia, Louisiana, pg 211A. Charles L, Kate P, Lucille E, Hazel M, & Charles (dad) Crippen.
  2141. 1910 Census, 4-Wd Crowley, Acadia, Louisiana, pg 168A. Katie A, Lucille, & Hazel Crippen.
  2142. SSDI, 534-24-2760.
  2143. 1930 Census, District 114, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 194A. Neville B Crippen (lodger).
  2144. SSDI, 539-01-7694.
  2145. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 194A. Samuel L Crippen (boarder).
  2146. 1910 Census, Dist 2, Knox, Tennessee, pg 91a. Walter C, Marie D, Nevil B, Herbert C, & Margret Ailee Crippen.
  2147. 1930 Census, District 52, McKenna, Pierce, Washington, pg 48b. W C & Marie D Crippen.
  2148. SSDI, 539-18-9579.
  2149. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 8B. George Wm & Lou Dell Crisp.
  2150. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 8B. Albert & Annie Crisp.
  2151. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 6, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 127A. Albert, Annie, Deva, Verla, & Alva Crisp
    (many Boarders)
    Basil Crisp (neph).
  2152. 1930 Census, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, pg 74A. Annie, Veva, Varla, & Alvie Crisp
    John B Cockran (bro).
  2153. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 561-16-1441.
  2154. 1860 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 453. James L, Rebecca, & Margaret J Crisp.
  2155. 1860 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 445. Joseph, Phebe, William R, Stephen S & Joseph Crisp
    Elizabeth A Waddle.
  2156. 1870 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 304A. William R, Sarah C, Mary E, Phebe A, & Nancy A Crisp.
  2157. 1880 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 182D. William R, Sarah C, Mary E, Alvira, Nancy E, James A, George W, Sarah L, & May Bell Crisp.
  2158. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 143A. William R, Sarah C, Rena J, & Zena E Crisp.
  2159. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 150B. Sarah Crisp
    Edwin, Rena (dau), & Harry E Nelson.
  2160. SSDI, 492-26-6587.
  2161. 1900 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 49A. John M, Alice V, William F, Thomas C, Robert S, Sarah B, Charley C, James M, Louisa, & Alvis V Crockett.
  2162. 1930 Census, Cedar, Muscatine, Iowa, pg 55B. Glen & Ethel E Cromer.
  2163. 1925 Census, Muscatine Ward 3, Muscatine, Iowa. Glenn, Ethel Eliza, Glenn Earl, & Ruth L Cromer.
  2164. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Black Hawk, Iowa.
  2165. 1930 Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 199A. Clyde C, Mildred M, Everett H & Mary R Cronan.
  2166. 1900 Census, Cresco, Kossuth, Iowa, pg 70B. Clyde Cronin (servant).
  2167. Obituary, SEPTEMBER 10, 2008 ~ RIVER TALK NEWS. EVERETT HAROLD CRONAN
    Everett Harold Cronan, of Washougal, passed away September 5, 2008 in Vancouver at the age of 84. He was born September 18, 1923 in Waterloo, Iowa. He grew up in Iowa and served in the Merchant Marines during WWII. After his discharge he married Patricia Lawyer on March 11, 1945 in Galena, IL. They moved to San Diego and lived there for 31 years where he worked as a truck driver for a furniture business. He retired 10 years ago to care for his wife who passed away in April of 2007. Everett belonged to the Masonic Lodge, was an avid reader and loved good food. Mostly he loved his family.

    He is survived by his daughters, Nora Alquraisha of Washougal, Kathleen Carlson of San Diego, CA; sons, Michael Cronan of Germany, Kelly Cronan of Newberg, OR; 6 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

    A private family gathering will be held at a later date. Arrangements
    are under the direction of Straub’s Funeral Home & Columbia River Cremation in Camas. To send condolences or to sign the online guest book visit www.straubsfuneralhome.com.

  2168. 1860 Census, St Louis Ward 9, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 594. Wm H, Sarah, & Theresa Klink.
  2169. 1870 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 127B. William, Therese, & James Cronk
    Jane Ruby.
  2170. 1880 Census, Carondelet, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 45A. William H, Ella C, & James Lee Cronk.
  2171. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - June 2, 1941. HADER, Mrs. Martha M. -- Age 85, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.T. Roark, 503 Marshall, at 1:20 a.m. Monday, June 2, 1941. Remains will lie in state at her daughter's home until service time, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Baptist Church, Olean, Mo. Interment at Flag Spring Cemetery near California, Mo.

    TANNER SERVICE.

  2172. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - June 2, 1941. MARTHA M. HADER DIES AT HOME OF DAUGHTER

    Was a Resident of Morgan Co. for Many Years

    Mrs. Martha M. Hader, 85, died suddenly early this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.T. Roark, 503 Marshall street.

    Mrs. Hader was born March 3, 1856 in Morgan county, and came to Jefferson City about four years ago. Her husband, Jesse Hader, preceded her in death 40 years ago.

    Besides Mr. Roark she is survived by the following children: Mrs. E.M. Schott and Mrs. E.C. Kingery, both of Jefferson City; Mrs. Henry Watts and Floyd Hader, both of Grand View, Mo., and Floyd Hader of Eldon, Mo.

    Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Olean Baptist church and burial will be in the Flag Spring cemetery near California, Mo.

  2173. 1880 Census, Walker, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 460D. Jesse, Prudency, Jas H, & Wm F Hayter
    Jas M Cross (bro).
  2174. 1870 Census, Boone, Crawford, Missouri, pg 602B. Joseph, Constan, Delia E, Edward, & Henry Crow.
  2175. 1880 Census, Boone, Crawford, Missouri, pg 20D. Joseph W, Constant, Dellia E, Edward, & Albert Crow.
  2176. 1900 Census, Boone, Franklin, Missouri, pg 100B. Joseph, Constance, & Edward Crow.
  2177. 1910 Census, Boone, Franklin, Missouri, pg 144A. JW, Constance, & Edward E Crow.
  2178. 1920 Census, Meramec, Franklin, Missouri, 174A. Albert G, Sena ?, Decie F, Flete L, Raymond E, Ama F, & Constance (mom) Craw.
  2179. 1900 Census, Boone, Crawford, Missouri, pg 26A. William, Mary L, Virgel, Clifford, & William Reeves
    Albert Crow (halfbro).
  2180. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Franklin, Missouri.
  2181. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Henry, Tennessee.
  2182. 1880 Census, District 3, Henry, Tennessee, pg 60A. Joseph, Anne (sis), Mattie (sis), Nannie (sis), Lola, Chester, & Birdie Crowder.
  2183. 1900 Census, District 3, Henry, Tennessee, pg 76B. Joe B, Laura J, Lola W, Chester C, Birdie, Ettie E, Mary J, Hafford H, B_____ L. Crowder.
  2184. 1910 Census, District 2, Henry, Tennessee, pg 68A. Joe B, Laura J, Bertie, Jennie, & Hafford H Crowder
    Ike Ball (servant).
  2185. 1920 Census, District 2, Henry, Tennessee, pg 82A. J.B. & Laura Crowder.
  2186. 1910 Census, District 22, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 187A. Chester Crowder.
  2187. SSDI, 510-07-8357.
  2188. Obituary, News and Tribune - August 2, 1959. J.C. Crum Dies; Eldon Businessman

    ELDON (Special) -- James C. Crum, 61, a prominent Eldon businessman, died at 8:20 Friday at his home here. He had been ill for some time.

    He was owner of the Crum Motel.

    Mr. Crum was born Feb. 9, 1898.

    In adition (sic) to his wife he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Arden Taylor of Palmyra, Mo.; a son, James Crum Jr. of the home; two grandchildren; four brothers, Albert (Ab) Crum and Earl Crum, both of Eldon, W.B. Crum of Kansas City, Kan., and Penny Crum of Hollywood Calif.; and five sisters, Mrs. Dolly Wallendorf of Jefferson City, Mrs. Ray Ytzen of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. H.L. Roberts, Mrs. Garnett Allee and Mrs. Myrtle Paden, all of Eldon.

    He was a member of the Christian Church here where funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery.

  2189. Obituary, News and Tribune - March 29, 1964. Services Set Monday For Tennis L. Crum

    ELDON (Special) -- Funeral services for Tennis L. Crum, 50, former resident of the Eldon and Jefferson City area, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Eldon Christian Church.

    Burial will be in an Eldon cemetery.

    Crum died Thursday in the state of California.

  2190. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26B. Lonzo, Rebeca E, Margaret A, Mandie, Mary E, John MC, Ruth, Luther, & William M Crume.
  2191. SSDI, 558-12-6813.
  2192. Obituary, News and Tribune - December 9, 1934. W.W. Crum, who resided in Miller county near Blue Springs for 54 years, died Wednesday night of pneumonia, following a short illness. Mr. Crum was 64 years old at the time of his death.

    His wife, Alice, to whom he had been married 46 years, survives him. Also surviving are seven children: Albert, of Kansas City, Kans., Frank, of Spring Hill, Kans., Isaac, of Brawley, Cal, Gekkuard of Mesa, Ariz., Elmer, of Eldon, Mo., Mrs. Eliza Babcock, of Kansas City, Kans., and Mrs. Irene Uptergrove, who resided with her father. All of the children were at the funeral. Two brothers, A.B. Crum, of Eldon, Mo., and Henry Crum of Redding, Cal., and a sister, Margaret Craig, of Eldon, Mo., also survive him.

    Funeral services were conducted at the Blue Springs church Sunday, the Rev. B.F. Dinwiddie officiating. Burial was in the Dooley cametery. (sic).

  2193. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27A. Henry, Mary, Marshall, Laura, Arthur, & Eddie Crum
    Willie Boan (lodger).
  2194. 1920 Census, Pittsburg, Contra Costa, California, pg 166B. Henery, Mary A, Marshall, Authur, & Ed Crum
    Laura Cramer (dau).
  2195. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Thursday, May 19, 1994. Ozell Moseley, 79, Eldon, died Tuesday at Boone Hospital Center, Columbia. She was born Oct. 15, 1914, in Morgan County, a daughter of William and Laura Brewer Crum. She was married Oct. 11, 1930, in Rocky Mount to Okle Moseley, who survives at the home.

    A lifelong resident of Miller and Morgan counties, she was a homemaker. She worked for Snodgrass Men.s Wear in Eldon for several years and was a member of the First Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Other survivors include two sons, the Rev. Ron Moseley, Monett, and Dr. Otis Moseley, Osage Beach; one daughter, Linda Birkhead, New London; one sister, Mattie Forrester, Eldon; 15 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. One son, Harley Moseley, preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Randall Bunch will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Park, Barnett. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church of the American Heart Association.

  2196. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - February 18, 1960. August E. Crum Dies Of Heart Attack

    ELDON (Special) -- August Edward Crum, 42, Rocky Mount, died unexpectedly Wednesday after suffering a heart attack.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Rocky Mount Baptist Church with the Rev. Tommy Bunch officiating. Burial will be in Lamm Cemetery.

    Survivors include one brother, Ross Crum, Eldon; and three sisters, Mrs. George Jones, Jefferson City; Mrs. Okle Moseley, Lake Ozark; and Mrs. Homer Forrester, Alameda, Calif.

  2197. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 552-07-7970.
  2198. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Sacramento, Sacramento, California.
  2199. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 567-12-3705.
  2200. 1920 Census, Precinct 8, Denton, Texas, pg 240B. Monroe & Willie Crumly.
  2201. 1930 Census, Gainesville, Cooke, Texas, pg 22A. Monroe W, Willie, Marguerite Crumly.
  2202. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Cooke, Texas.
  2203. 1880 Census, Bratton, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 185C. Elizabeth Dennis
    Mary C Cummer.
  2204. 1870 Census, Bratton, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 261B. Noah Hertzler
    Elizabeth Denison
    Mary & Catherine Cummer.
  2205. 1860 Census, Bratton, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 57A. Jonas, Moses, & Elizabeth Moist
    Mary Cummings
    Catherine Comer
    Joseph Runk.
  2206. 1850 Census, Oliver, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, pg 319A. William, Elizabeth, Samuel, Mary, & Catherine Comer
    John & Catherine Comer.
  2207. Obituary, Rolla New Era, April 21, 1939, pg 5. CUMMINGS

    Mary Ellen Cummings (nee Geisler), 81, born Pennsylvania April 6, 1858, died at Rolla Hospital April 16, 1939. Survived by husband, Fred A. Cummings; three daughters, Mrs. Claude Paulsell, Mrs. Walter Strawhun, and Mrs. Emmett Wynn, all of Rolla; a brother, Henry Geisler of Malcolm, Iowa; three granddaughters, Maxine Paulsell, Mary Frances Strawhun and Anna Lee Wynn, all of Rolla. Funeral April 17 at Christian Church, the Rev. E.P. Gabriel officiating. Pall bearers Gordon Spoon, Albert Paulsell, George Breuer, C.D. Hazelwood, Jack Campbell and E.K. Webb. Burial in Rolla Cemetery, direction of Null and Son.

  2208. 1910 Census, Cape Girardeau Ward 2, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, pg 132B. Harry L, Fannie A, & Leona M Cunningham
    Silas S (fathinlaw) & Edna J (niece) Smith
    Lilly King (servant).
  2209. 1920 Census, Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, pg 71B. Harvey L, Fannie, & Robert Cunningham
    Silas S Smith (fathinlaw)
    Otis Bu????? (hired).
  2210. 1930 Census, Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, pg 253B. Harvey L, Fannie A, & Robert S (adopted) Cunningham
    Harry W, Leona C (dau), Harry Le, & Jack C Frissell
    Silas S Smith (fathinlaw).
  2211. Obituary, Southeast Missourian - April 27, 1953. Dr. Cunningham Of Cape Succumbs
    Was Physician Here For Many Years.

    Dr. H.L. Cunningham a practicing physician in Cape Girardeau for half a century and a member of the profession 58 years until his retirement in 1947, died of the infirmities of advanced age at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning at his home, 1315 Jefferson avenue.

    Until the last month, when he was required by his health to go to bed, Dr. Cunningham remained active. Although he had not practiced for six years, since pneumonia forced his retirement, he continued to keep up with his developements in his medical specialty, eye, ear, nose and throat.

    Dr. Cunningham, who was 86 years old, was honored by the Cape County Medical Society at a dinner on the occasion of his 50th anniversary as a practicing physician, in 1939.

    Born at Farmington.

    Harvey Lee Cunningham was born on a farm near Farmington June 9, 1866. He was educated in the public schools there and at Farmington College, subsequently entering Missouri Medical College in St. Louis in 1886. It later was absorbed by Washington University's medical school.

    Following graduation in 1889, Dr. Cunningham established his first practice in Bonne Terre. A general practitioner at that time, he was company physician for the St. Joseph Lead Co. and covered the Lead Belt area by horseback.

    After eight years there, Dr. Cunningham came to Cape Girardeau on Oct. 1, 1897. For 20 years he was located above the I. Ben Miller store on Main street, space now occupied by the J.C. Penney store, and then moved to the H-H Building where he had offices for 30 years.

    First in General Practice.

    In his first several years here, Dr. Cunningham conducted a general practice, but placed emphasis on eye, ear, nose and throat. He recalled in his later years that as the population of Cape Girardeau increased he stopped his general practice and prepared himself for work as a specialist. To do this, he went to New York and Chicago for refresher courses, and continued the special phases of medicine until his retirement.

    Dr. Cunningham was a Mason and was a past master of the lodge at Bonne Terre. He was a charter member of the Rotary Club here, but left it in later years. He was a member of Centenary Methodist Church.

    The doctor and Miss Fannie N. Smith were married in Farmington in 1890. She died in 1940.

    Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Harry Frissell of Cape Girardeau, a son, Robert S. Cunningham of Jonesboro, Ark.; four grandchildren, Bobby Cunningham and Virginia Lee Cunningham of Jonesboro, Harry Lee Frissell of Baton Rouge, La., and Jack Frissell of Shelbina and four great-grandchildren.

    The body is at the Walther Funeral Home. Rev. Robert C. Holliday, pastor of Centenary Methodist church, will conduct rites there at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.

  2212. SSDI, 490-24-5670.
  2213. 1910 Census, Civil District 8, Knox, Tennessee, pg 124A. William H, Mary E, Miller A, & William A Hodges
    Eva P (stepdau) & Marshal O Currier.
  2214. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee, pg 161A. William H, Mary E, Mattie A, & William A Hodges
    Eva P (dau), Marshall O Jr, & Mary E Currier
    Margaret L Yoakum (niece).
  2215. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 42A. Marshal O Jr, Eva P, & Mary E Currier.
  2216. SSDI, 414-16-7128.
  2217. SSDI, 411-14-8404.
  2218. Obituary, The Brady Standard - Friday, September 11, 1970. Mrs. Mary Custer Dies Tuesday

    Mrs. Mary Josephine Custer, 86, died at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Highlands Nursing Home in Mason following a long illness.

    Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Thursday in Wilkerson Memorial Chapel, the Rev. Roy Bacus, pastor of the Central Baptist Church, conducting. Burial was in Rest Haven Cemetery.

    Born Jan. 23, 1884 in Mason County, she had resided in the Mason nursing home for the past eight years. Prior to that she lived in Uvalde.

    Survivors include a son, Ross Kyzar of Junction; two daughters, Mrs. Leo Cade of Kerrville and Mrs. Marion Lemons of Brady; a step-son, W. B. Thompson of Voca and a step-daughter, Mrs. J. E. Lemons of Killeen; 16 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren.

  2219. 1900 Census, District 5, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, sheet 1B. John J, Lucy, Dilan, Loyd, Dora, & Prilla Dalton.
  2220. 1910 Census, Middlesboro, Bell, Kentucky, pg 241A. John, Lucy, Silas, Loyd, Dora, Prilla, & Mamie Dalton.
  2221. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News - April 6, 1946. MRS. LUCY DALTON

    Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy Dalton were held at the home of her son Lloyd L. Dalton, Friday at 2 p.m. The Rev. U.T. Lingar was in charge assisted by the Rev. Fern D. Robinson, Dr. Marvin Adams and the Rev. C.C. Earls.

    The songs were sung by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilder, H.M. Sparks, and Sam Gilbert, accompanied by Mrs. Margu(black marks)goner at the piano.

    Pallbearers were Gene (black marks) and Hugh Dalton, Doug Curtis and Roy Lambert.

    Flowerbearers were her granddaughters.

    Burial was in the Middlesboro Cemetery.

  2222. 1910 Census, District 62, Justice Precinct 3, Hopkins, Texas, pg 1A. John W, Martha A, & Thomas W Thomas
    Cattie W (dau) & Beatrice (gdau) Daniels.
  2223. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 160-05-8751.
  2224. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 200-10-7597.
  2225. SSDI, 247-22-2080.
  2226. Obituary, Augusta Chronicle, The (GA) - Saturday, October 3, 1998. Mr. Hardy ``Buck'' Darnell, 83, died Friday, Oct. 2, 1998, at his residence.

    The funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Joiner-Shepard Funeral Home with the Rev. Mira Barrett officiating. Burial will be in Sikes Chapel United Methodist Church, Bellville.

    Mr. Darnell, a native of Bamberg, had retired as a mechanic with the South Carolina Highway Department. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a Mason and life member of Harmony Lodge 17, Free and Accepted Masons. He was a member of Portal United Methodist Church.

    Survivors include one son, Thomas Rushing, Bellville; three daughters, Judy Darnell, Columbia, Jewell Bolen, Stone Mountain,and Madalene Howell, Palatka, Fla.; two brothers, Eugene ``Buddy'' Darnell, Barnwell, and J. Edward Darnell, Denmark; four sisters, Hazel Sharpe, Denmark, Annie Lou Walters, Reevesville, Helen Ayer, St. George, and Betty Jo Camp, Orangeburg, and 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

    Memorials may be made to the Ogeechee Area Hospice, P.O. Box 531 Statesboro, GA 30459.

    The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

  2227. SSDI, 251-05-7585.
  2228. Obituary, State, The (Columbia, SC) - Sunday, June 6, 2010. BARNWELL - Edith Mahaffey Darnell died peacefully in her sleep Saturday, June 5, 2010 at the Heritage at Lowman. Lately of Irmo, SC, Edith was a lifetime resident of Barnwell, SC.

    Graveside services will be held at 11:30 am Monday June 7 at the Barnwell County Memorial Cemetery (Hwy 278 past the airport), conducted by the Rev. Posey Belcher. Visitation at Mole Funeral Home in Barnwell will be held at 10:00 am preceding the service.

    Mrs. Darnell was born in Calhoun Falls, SC to the late John Everett Mahaffey and Vera Martin Mahaffey. She was a long time member of the Barnwell First Baptist Church and recently attended St. Andrews Baptist Church of Columbia. She graduated valedictorian from Barnwell High School and attended Anderson College. Her career as a bookkeeper was spent at B & B Motors of Barnwell.

    Mrs. Darnell is survived by her daughter, Judy Darnell of Irmo and a sister, Mille Mahaffey of Augusta GA. Also surviving are her niece Rosanne Grubbs Stoyle and nephew Med Grubbs both of Augusta GA.

    Memorial can be made to The Alzheimer’s Association of America, SC Chapter, 3223 Sunset Blvd., West Columbia, SC 29169 or Lutheran Hospice of SC, 1505 Blanding St., Columbia, SC 29201.

  2229. 1870 Census, Mayfield, Graves, Kentucky, pg 216B. Sanford, Netta Ann, Francis J, & Samuel N Darnell.
  2230. 1900 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 53B. Thomas, J????, Alplia, Peary, John, Hugh, Rasco, & Boy Daugherty.
  2231. 1910 Census, Middlesboro, Bell, Kentucky, pg 259B. Stephen T, Joann, Bertha, Alpha, Pearlie, John, Roscoe, & Roy Daugherty.
  2232. 1920 Census, Curry, Sullivan, Indiana, pg 105B. Thomas & Joan Daugherty
    Alpha Reece (dau)
    Pearl Coulson (dau)
    Shirley Gilbert (gdau)
    Reda Reece (gdau).
  2233. 1930 Census, Civil District 6, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 63A. Roscoe C & Mattie L Daugherty.
  2234. Obituary, Daily Capital News - November 29, 1975. Mr. Davenport, Eldon, dies

    Edmon C. Davenport, 91, Eldon, died Wednesday at his home. He was a lifelong resident of Miller County and worked as a carpenter, mail carrier and concrete contractor before his retirement.

    He was born Aug. 17, 1884, in Miller County, the son of William J. and Henretta Vaughn Davenport. He was married April 5, 1905, at Tuscumbia, to Pearl May Armstrong, who died in 1974.

    Mr. Davenport was a member of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church near Eldon.

    Survivors include: Five daughters, Mrs. Zella Merklin, Costa Mesa, Calif., Mrs. Clara Enloe, Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Iris Rhoades, Mrs. Irene Overton and Mrs. Nadine Hachler, all of Eldon; two sisters, Mary Davenport, Eldon, and Mrs. Nettie Hull, Kansas City, Kan.; two brothers, Charles Davenport and Heldstab Davenport, both of Eldon; 12 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.

    Services are scheduled for 1 p.m. today at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church with the Rev. Jim McDonald officiating. Burial will be in the Tallwoods (sic) Cemetery near Eldon. Arrangements are by the Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  2235. 1880 Census, Osage, Morgan, Morgan, pg 258B. Francis, Martha, & Rosana Davenport
    Mahala (sisnlaw) & Elmer Weaver.
  2236. 1910 Census, Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri, pg 14B. Wm, Annie, Dessie, Floyd, Rosa, Fred, & Josephine Duffer.
  2237. 1920 Census, Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri, pg 160A. William, Anna, Floyd W, Rosy ?, Fredie W, Josiphine, Cara ?, Lucy, Lottie, & Harvey F Daffer.
  2238. 1880 Census, Glaize, Miller, Missouri, pg 162A. George W Devenport.
  2239. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239A. Elizabeth, Mary, William, John, & Mary E Jolly
    Marion F Devenport (gson).
  2240. 1910 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 230A. Charles O, Tennessee, Horace M, Elizabeth F, & Maud E Davenport.
  2241. 1930 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 237A. Charles, Tennessee, Hiram W, & Herman Davenport.
  2242. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Camden, Missouri.
  2243. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36B. James & Mary Davenport.
  2244. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 198B. Jas, EM, JH, GA, & JR Devenport.
  2245. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 31A. James & Mary E Davenport.
  2246. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 484. John S, Elizabeth, James, & George W Davenport.
  2247. 1850 Census, District 13, Miller, Missouri, pg 814. John S & Elizabeth, Paschal, Radford, Sarah, James, & George Devenport.
  2248. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 241B. Paschal ?, Sarah, Francis M, Amanda M, Josephene, Radford, & Margaret Davenport.
  2249. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 202B. SC & ME Devenport.
  2250. 1860 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 476. Paschal J, Sarah, Francis M, Amanda M, Hannah E, & Josephine N Davenport.
  2251. 1910 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 230A. Radford Davenport.
  2252. 1900 Census, Township 19, Creek Nation, Indian Territory, pg 78A. Radford & Melissa B Davenport.
  2253. 1880 Census, Saint Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, pg 284C. Redford S, Melisse B, Melinda E, William J, & Frances A Davenport
    John Campbell (gson).
  2254. Lawrence Edwards and Joy Edwards Davis, Old Speedwell Families Revised and Updated, 43.
  2255. Families of Norris Valley, Tennessee, pg 69-70. Says he might be born in England. One of the earliest settlers in lower Powell Valley. His home was at the head of Davis Creek, named for him.
  2256. 1840 Census, Claiborne,Tennessee, pg 228. Thomas Davis(Males:0111101000000)(Females:2201001000000).
  2257. 1830 Census, Claiborne,Tennessee, pg 134. Thomas Davis (Males:220001)(Females:0100101001).
  2258. 1860 Census, Third Subdivision,Claiborne,Tenessee, pg 271. Parkey, Parkey, Priar, Dicey, & Martha Davis.
  2259. 1870 Census, 3rd Civil District,Claiborne,Tennessee, pg 220. Darla (?), Dicey M, Martha, & James M Davis.
  2260. 1930 Census, Dist 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 199a. Canada M, Vesta, Laura, Walter B, Isaac H, Claud, Carl, Clay, & Mary E Davis.
  2261. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 17B. Canidy, Vesta, & Laura Davis.
  2262. 1910 Census, Civil District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 199A. Canada M, Vesta, Laura, Walter B, Isaac H, Claud, Carl, Clay, & Mary E (mom) Davis.
  2263. SSDI, 371-03-7554.
  2264. SSDI, 403-09-5060.
  2265. SSDI, 400-24-2119.
  2266. Obituary, Knoxville News-Sentinel, The (TN) - Wednesday, September 15, 2004 . GRAVES, MRS. JESSIE DAVIS age 85, of Tazewell, passed away Sunday, September 12, 2004 at the Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, VA. She was a member of Tazewell United Methodist Church. She was a Librarian in the Claiborne County School System for 30 years.She was a big Lady Vols Fan and a world traveler. She was preceded in death by: husband, George Graves (who owned Graves Drugstore) beloved sister, Nell Ramsey other brothers and sisters. She is survived by: sons, Dr. George Graves of Silver Springs, FL, Dr. Wayne Davis Graves of Kansas City, MO, Dr. John Michael Graves of Ocala, FL daughters, Dr. Nancy Graves Mitchell of Woodbridge, VA, Elizabeth Graves Wisener of Tybee Island, GA 6 grandchildren: Natasha, Larisha, Caleb, Alexandria, Andre, Estee 1 great grandchild, Emmaseveral nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday, September 17, 2004 in the ClaiborneFuneral Home Chapel. Graveside services will be conducted 10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 18, 2004 in The Irish Cemetery with The Rev. Eddie Overholt officiating. Pallbearers: Family. Claiborne Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
    .
  2267. 1900 Census, 6126194/pg 69. William & Rebecca Standerfer, Charles J. & Minnie L. Davis.
  2268. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 143. C J & Minnie L Davis, Judd C & Ileen Davis.
  2269. 1920 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 262. Chas, Minnie L, Judd & Lee Davis.
  2270. 1910 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 128a. Charles H, Minnie, Judge, Horace, John, Stella, & Lee Davis.
  2271. Death Certificate, California .
  2272. Death Certificate.
  2273. Marriage Certificate, Film #0976342 pg 32.
  2274. 1920 Census, Bremerton, Kitsap, Washington, pg 79. Horace E & Margaret R Davis.
  2275. Obituary, The News Tribune (Tacoma, WA) - December 12, 1979. Stella Robinson

    Stella Ann Robinson, 87, a resident of Tacoma for 80 years, died Tuesday.

    Mrs. Robinson, of 518 S. 7th St., was born in Knoxville, Tenn.

    Survivors include two brothers, Charles L. Davis of Kelseyville, Calif., and John P. Davis of Vallejo, Calif.

    Cassedy and Allen Funeral Home is in charge.

    ----------------------------------
    ROBINSON - No services for Stella Ann Robinson. Cremation and inurnment at the Tacoma Mausoleum. Under the direction of Cassedy and Allen Funeral Home.

  2276. 1920 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington pg 1. John P, Margaret E, Jack M & Shirley T Davis.
  2277. 1930 Census, Dist 169 Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 143b. C J & Minnie L Davis, Judd C & Ileen Davis.
  2278. Obituary, Lake County Record-Bee - January 24, 1987. C.L. Davis

    Charles Lee "Slim" Davis, 78, of Kelseyville, died Jan. 21 in Kelseyville. He was born June 4, 1908 in Washington.

    Mr. Davis was a resident of Vallejo for 41 years prior to moving to Lake County 25 years ago.

    He was last employed by the Mare Island Naval Shipyard for 36 years. He was a member of the Elks, the Farm Bureau, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

    He is survived by his wife Velma Davis; sons Donald Davis of Vallejo, Richard Davis of Napa, Phillip Davis of San Leandro, Richard Perry of Pittsburg, and Robin Thiesemann of East Germany; daughters Lillian Brooks of Huntingon Beach, Joyce Cassady of Freemont, Bonnie Hiraide of Japan, Tracy Nicholl of Sacramento, and Alicia Davis of Kelseyville; 32 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

    Burial services will be 1 p.m. Monday in the Jones Mortuary chapel. Burial will be at Kelseyville Cemetery. Donations to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 1165, Lucerne, Calif. 95458 are preferred. Arrangements are by Jones Mortuary of Lakeport.

  2279. Obituary, Vallejo Times-Herald - December 1, 1959. Death Claims Clara Davis

    Mrs. Clara J. Davis, 44, of 506 Steffan St., died yesterday afternoon in a local hospital after a long illness. She was a native of Cotati and had been a Vallejo resident 15 years.

    Mrs. Davis is survived by her husband, Charles L. Davis, of Vallejo; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian R. Butts, of Napa, and Miss Joyce L. Davis, of San Francisco; three sons, Donald L. Davis and Phillip Davis, both of Vallejo, and Richard C. Davis, of Napa; her mother, Mrs. Marie Schlumberger, of Cotati; three sisters, Mrs. Marie Fehler, Mrs. Anna Hahn, both of Cotati, and Mrs. Olga Schmidt, of San Francisco.

    Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday from the Wiggins Funeral Home. Rites will be conducted by the Rev. Geneva Lasley, of the Church of Religious Science, and interment will be in Sunrise Memorial Cemetery.

    Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday.
    .

  2280. Obituary, Midwest City Sun 16 Oct 2006. Donald Lee Davis, 75, died Oct. 4, at his home in Midwest City. Davis, born April 17, 1931, was the oldest son of Charles Lee and Doris Eleanor Thomas Davis. Born and raised in Vallejo, Calif. and stayed there to raise his own family. Don married Beverly Louise Dunn, and together, they raised seven beautiful girls; their daughters, Linda, Gail, Margie, Judy and Donna; and Don's sisters, Ollie and Rose. Throughout his adult life, Don faithfully served in the Mormon church and worked for Lathrop Construction. In 1993, the couple retired to Bainbridge Island, Wash. and moved to Oklahoma in 2004. Don is survived by his wife, Beverly; his siblings, Richard Davis of Napa, Calif., Phil Davis of San Leandro, Calif., Joy Cassidy of Fremont, Calif., Rose Greene of Choctaw, Ollie Chavez of Vacaville, Calif. and Lillian Brooks of Utah; his children, Linda Smith of Lynnwood, Wash., Gail Poyner of Choctaw, Margie Roberts of Vacaville, Calif., Judy Genter of Green Valley Calif. and Donna Gaffney of Springfield, Ill.; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. We all loved Don and look forward to being with him again. Services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Choctaw. Interment followed at the Elmwood Cemetery in Choctaw. Services were under the direction of Barnes and Johnson Funeral Home in Midwest City.
  2281. 1930 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 10B. Charlie, Edna, Arletta, & Emma J Davis.
  2282. SSDI, 413-30-0312.
  2283. Obituary. MARY EMOGENE DAVIS HOPPER

    Mary Emogene 'Penny' Davis Hopper, age 81, of Speedwell, was born September 7, 1926 and passed away October 11, 2007 at St. Mary's Hospital.

    She was a member of Cawood United Methodist Church. Had worked at General Motors. She was the daughter of the late Charles and Edna Davis. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband: Jack R. Hopper; sister: Helen Davis Greene.

    Survivors include her son: Charles Jack (Pearl) Hopper of Speedwell; grandchildren: Charles Jack (Erica) Hopper II, Mary Ann (& B.J.) Hammons, Terri (Gary) Tye all of Speedwell; great grandchildren: Jessica, Jack, Eric; nieces: Carolyn Rose Elmore and Jimmie Faye Trotter.

    Funeral services were Saturday, October 13 at 8 p.m. at Reece Valley Chapel with Rev. Stephen Dunn officiating. Burial in the Rogers Cemetery.

    Reece Funeral Home and Valley Chapel in charge 869-3651, 626-4249 or www.reecefh.com.

  2284. 1880 Census, Newcomb, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 287A. Daniel B, Elizabeth, Laura B, Ida C, & Henry C Davis.
  2285. 1870 Census, Newcomb, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 165B. Andrew, Serilda, & Saml (or Dannl) Davis.
  2286. 1900 Census, Armour, Limestone, Texas, pg 266B. Daniel B, Bettie V, Henry C, Albert D, & Daniel B Davis.
  2287. 1890 Census Fragment, Township 6, Ellis, Texas, pg 1151. Daniel B, Elizabeth, Laura B, Ida C, Henry C, Albert H, & Daniel B Davis.
  2288. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 4, Navarro, Texas, pg 108B. Charlie T, Laura, Henry, Bettie, Katie, & George Tekell
    Bettie Davis (minlaw).
  2289. World War I Draft Registration Cards, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas.
  2290. 1920 Census, Hamlin, Jones, Texas, pg 204B. Daniel B Davis (lodger).
  2291. Obituary, Published in AnnArbor.com on March 18, 2010. Dewey O. Davis Jr.

    Davis, Jr., Dewey O. Ann Arbor, MI
    Age 64, passed away Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ypsilanti. Dewey was born on April 17, 1945 in Fondee, KY, the son of Dewey and Beulah M. (Riddings) Davis, Sr. Dewey graduated from Walled Lake High School in 1964. He married Linda J. Baggett on November 13, 1965 in Ft. Wayne, IN. Dewey worked at Nestles Company in Ft. Wayne, vice president of Total Travel and owned a meat packaging company, brokerage firm and a construction company. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, traveling and spending time with his nieces and nephews. Dewey is survived by his wife, Linda, father, Dewey Sr., sister, Sandra (Charles) Osborne, eight nieces and nephews, seven great nieces and nephews and many other extended family members. He was preceded in death by his mother. Private funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2010 at the Dunn Chapel, Brown-Van Hemert Funeral Home in Onsted. Burial will follow at Highland Cemetery in Brooklyn. Visitation will be on Friday from 12-2 p.m at the funeral home. View this obituary and send condolences to the family at: www. brownvanhemert.com.

  2292. Obituary, The Daily Oklahoman, July 6, 2007. Beverly Louise Davis, 74, died July 4, 2007 in Oklahoma City. Beverly was born January 25, 1933 in San Francisco. She was the daughter of Lawrence Beverly and Cathrine Louisa Griggs Dunn. Bev married Donald Lee Davis, and together, they raised seven beautiful daughters: Linda, Gail, Margie, Judy, Donna and Don's sisters, Olie and Rose.

    Services to be held Saturday, July 7, 2007 at 11am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Choctaw. Interment to follow at the Elmwood Cemetery in Choctaw. Services are under the direction of Barnes and Johnson Funeral Home in Midwest City. Mom was devoted to her husband, family and church. She especially loved working with children and children were drawn to her love. She has blessed many lives with her love and kindness. Mom was an avid reader. Her sewing was meticulous and her cooking legendary, both of which were done with the greatest of love for others. She loved a good puzzle or game show, and was a formidable rival at any video game (just ask her grandchildren).

    Mom was preceded in death by her husband of 53 loving years. No words can express how much her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren will miss her. Barnes & Johnson Funeral Home.

  2293. 1930 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 161B. Earl E, Ruby M, Eugene E & Billy B Davis
    Dave W Robison (finlaw).
  2294. 1930 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 10B. Elbert L, Vine, Paul, Jacob, & Ida (mom) Davis.
  2295. SSDI, 415-18-1091.
  2296. Obituary, Claiborne Progress (Tazewell, TN) - August 5, 2009. Paul A. Davis, 85, a resident of Cleveland, died Sunday evening, July 26, 2009 in a local hospital. He was born August 2, 1923 in Claiborne County, TN and was the oldest of four children. After graduating from high school he went to Lockhaven, PA where he took a welding course and went to work for Piper Airplane Manufacturers. Following a brief stay in Lockhaven he went to work in a shipyard in Baltimore, Maryland and then return to Claiborne County where he was drafted into the U.S. Marines. He attended boot camp in San Diego, CA and then was later transferred to Norman, Oklahoma to an airplane mechanic school then to Cherry Point, NC where he was stationed for 13 months. He returned to California before going overseas during the last months of World War II. He was present at Pearl Harbor the day Japan surrendered. He later enrolled at Lincoln Memorial University and taught on-the-job training for veterans.

    Davis was married to the former Azilee Berry and together they transferred to the University of Tennessee in 1951 where they both graduated. He worked in the meat lab as a butcher and served on the National Meat Judging Team. After graduating from U.T. he was employed as a statistician by Tennessee Valley Authority and later with Farmers Home Administration and moved to Cleveland after his training in Dickson, TN. He worked as the assistant County Supervisor and then supervisor for 31 years providing loans to farmers for houses, farms, cattle and equipment. He was a member of First Baptist Church for 52 years, the Cleveland Council #1 24 R&S.N. Cleveland Chapter #39 R.A.M. In 1997 Davis was inducted into the Bradley County Agriculture Hall of Fame. He was in Honor Flight for World War II Veterans and a charter member of the National World War II Museum.

    He was preceded in death by his parents Elbert L. and Vina Wilcox Davis, three infant daughters; mother and father-in-law Verlin and Lottie Berry; sister-in-law Imogene Owens; nephew Jeff Stegald and niece Jane Smith.

    Survivors include his wife Azilee Berry Davis; daughter Lisa Ann Davis; Kimberly Jo Neely and husband Tony; two granddaughters: Tuesday Nicole Brazier and Mary Jolee Neely; brother Jacob Davis and wife Cleo; sisters: Patsy Maynard and husband John and Janice Stover; brothers-in-law Marson Berry and wife Nita, Don Berry and wife Carol; James Owens and wife Doris and special friend Stacy Hollingsworth and many friends and relatives.

    Funeral services will be held at 8 p.m., Wednesday, July 29, 2009 in the chapel of Ralph Buckner Funeral Home with Reverend Tom Moncrief and Reverend Bill Griffith officiating. Interment will be at 11a.m., Thursday, July 30, 2009 in Sunset Memorial Gardens with military honors and a white dove release ceremony concluding the service. Marson Berry, Neal Berry, Jake Davis, John Davis, Jim Wagner, Gary Ownes and Tony Neely will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Manly Sunday School Class.

    The family received friends 5-8 p.m., Wednesday at the funeral home prior to the service.

    Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church Building Fund, 99 Central Avenue, NE, Cleveland, TN 37311 or the charity of your choice.

    We invite you to send a message of condolence and view the Davis family guestbook at www.ralphbuckner.com. Ralph Buckner Funeral Home & Crematory in charge.
    .

  2297. SSDI, 403-22-3054.
  2298. SSDI, 413-30-0311.
  2299. SSDI, 414-40-6690.
  2300. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News, The (KY) - Wednesday, November 23, 2005. Richard Hugh Davis, age 72, of Speedwell, was born February 12, 1933 and passed away November 16, 2005 at the Claiborne County Hospital.

    He was a member of Carr's Chapel Church. He was preceded in death by his parents: Hugh Isaac and Bessie Lenora Wylie Davis; brother: Willis Herbert Davis.

    He is survived by his sisters: Mary Frances Davis of Speedwell, Dorothy Skidmore of Lexington, Ky; several nieces, nephews,several cousins and a host of other relatives and friends.

    Funeral services were Saturday, November 19 at 2 p.m. at the Coffey Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Donnie Bannister and Rev. David Bolton officiating. Songs by Brian Giles and wife Kathy; and Betty Greg. Burial in the Yoakum Cemetery.

    Pallbearers: Jimmy Rogers, David Rogers, David Guy, Mont Welch, Ronnie Dunn. Honorary Pallbearers: Arnold Guy, Mike Price, Glen Cobb, Kenny Rogers, Randall Standifer, Keith Medley, Earl Powell.

    Coffey Funeral Home in charge.

  2301. 1860 Census, Third Subdivision,Claiborne,Tennessee, pg 264. Isaac, Mary E, Sarah, & Thomas Davis, Jane Berry.
  2302. Families of Norris Valley, Tennessee, pg 69.
  2303. 1880 Census, District 13, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 114B. Isaac, Mary, Lewis T, Sterling L, Prior P, & Canida M Davis.
  2304. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 19A. Louis T, Amanda, Hettie, Harrison W, Maggie B, Tilman L, & John W Davis.
  2305. 1920 Census, Civil District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 192B. Tommie, Manly, Maggie, Tilmon, Johnie, & Lenia Davis.
  2306. 1930 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 4A. Lewis T Davis.
  2307. 1910 Census, Dist 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 199a. Sterling L, Ida N, Elbert L, & Hester E Davis.
  2308. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 17B. Sterling, Ida A, & Elbert L Davis.
  2309. 1920 Census, Civil District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 192B. Sterling, Idea, Hester, & Elmer Davis.
  2310. 1910 Census, Dist 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 199A. Prior P, Nancy J, William C, Vernon, Charley M, Mary L, Ray, Hayes, & Hazel Davis.
  2311. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 20B. Prior P, Nancy, Willias(?) C, Vernin, & Charlie Davis.
  2312. 1930 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 10B. Prior, Nancy, Roy, Hayes, Naomi (dinlaw), Hazel, Rachel, & Inez Davis.
  2313. SSDI, 546-18-9543.
  2314. 1930 Census, Jefferson City, Jefferson, Tennesse, pg 149b. J Samuel & Julia C Davis.
  2315. 1910 Census, District 4, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 78B. James S & Julia C Davis.
  2316. 1900 Census, District 9, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 104B. James ? & Julia I Davis.
  2317. SSDI, 564-10-1789.
  2318. 1930 Census, Muncie, Delaware, Indiana, pg 97A. John, Orpha, Clara L, & Jay Otis Davis.
  2319. SSDI, 307-07-3657.
  2320. Obituary, Journal Gazette, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - Monday, August 28, 2000 . Montpelier

    AMANDA "CLARA" L. LOGAN, 72, of Upland, died Saturday in Kokomo. She was born in Muncie. Her husband, Clester, died in 1981. Surviving are five daughters, Dixie McCall of Indianapolis, Julie Peters of Upland, Cindy Kalkbrenner of Titusville, Pa., Mary McCune of Mount Sterling, Ky., and Toni Logan of Montpelier; four sons, Jerry of Upland, Tommy and Bill, both of Kokomo, and Johnny of Terre Haute; two brothers, Jay Davis of Matthews and Johnny Davis of Cloverdale; a sister, Judy Wilson of Dunkirk; 29 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. Services at noon Tuesday at Glancy Funeral Homes, Walker Chapel, Montpelier. Calling two hours before services. Burial in Gardens of Memory, Muncie.
    .

  2321. SSDI, 310-30-5325.
  2322. SSDI, 403-03-0782.
  2323. 1930 Census, Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky, pg 11B. Tilmon L, Lucille M, & Nancy L Davis.
  2324. 1880 Census, Lewis, Holt, Missouri, pg 154A. Susan, Julia, Jennie, Milton, & Ella Davis.
  2325. 1870 Census, Atchison Ward 1, Atchison, Kansas, pg 169B. Oliver, Samuel, Julia, & Jennie Davis.
  2326. 1875 Census, Iowa, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 44. Oliver, Susan, Julia A, Jennie S, Millon O, & Ella E Davis.
  2327. 1920 Census, Delmore, McPherson, Kansas, pg 1A. Julia & George Rodrick
    Susan Rusk (mom).
  2328. 1870 Census, 3rd District, Union,Tennessee. PL, Martha A, Sariah H, James S, & Charles J Davis.
  2329. 1900 Census, 2nd District, Knox, Tennessee, pg 81A. PL, Martha, Frank, Pryor, Mattie, & Minnie Davis
    Maggie & Thomas Edington
    Mary & Walter Crippen
    Arthur Greer (boarder).
  2330. 1910 Census, Dist 2, Knox, Tennessee, pg 91A. Priars L, Martha A, Priar L, & Minnie S Davis.
  2331. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee, pg 46A. Roscoe C, Mattie, & Kyle D Webb
    Frank Davis.
  2332. 1910 Census, 7-Wd Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 157B. Frank W, Stella, & Hazzel R Davis.
  2333. 1930 Census, District 66, District 2, Knox, Tennessee, pg 73a. P L, Elizabeth, Martha A & Samuel Davis.
  2334. SSDI, 413-76-3684.
  2335. SSDI, 243-28-8855.
  2336. 1930 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 8B. Sterling S, Florence, Albert, & Ruth Sharp
    Evelyn, Earl, Ray, & Lee Davis.
  2337. 1920 Census, Camp Zachary Taylor, Jefferson, Kentucky, pg 264B. Clarence, Evlyn, & Earl Davis.
  2338. SSDI, 401-28-9975.
  2339. SSDI, 409-20-4512.
  2340. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News, The (KY) - Thursday, June 1, 2006. SPEEDWELL, Tenn. - Viola Davis, 89, passed away Sunday, May 28, 2006, at her home.

    She was born May 2, 1917, at Speedwell, a daughter of the late Poteete and Martha Jane Blackburn Poteete. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and an inspiration to all who knew her.

    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Glenn Davis; sister, Freda Marsee; and a brother, Grover Poteete.

    Survivors include her son, William Roy (Bill) Davis, Ables Valley, Tenn.; daughters, Betty Jo (Eddie) Chumley, Harrogate,Tenn., and Eddie Lou Shoffner, Harrogate; grandchildren, Kimberly (Tim) Bozeman, Franklin, Tenn., Pamela Ann (Robert) Burnett,Franklin, Tenn., and Greg Chumley, Brentwood, Tenn.; great-grandchildren, Tyler and Adam Bozeman, and Andrew and Sarah Burnett,all of Franklin, Tenn.; sisters, Dorothy Weaver, LaFollette, Tenn., Lenn and Leona Price Speedwell; brother, Coleman Poteete, Lewisburg, Tenn.; and several nieces and nephews.

    Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Middlesboro, with the Rev. Dr.Beth Macke presiding. Music will be provided by Lisa Howard and Elaine Helton.

    Interment will be in the Yoakum Cemetery in Speedwell. Pallbearers will be Larry Tom Davis, Bobbie Burns, Arnold Ray Poteete, Tommy Poteete, Dewey Poteete,Billy Wayne Smith, and Odie Wylie.

    The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday at Creech Funeral Home, Middlesboro, which is in charge of all arrangements.

  2341. 1930 Census, Texola, Beckham, Oklahoma, pg 305B. Ules, Cloie, & Ida M Davis.
  2342. SSDI, 400-68-4515.
  2343. SSDI, 402-16-8690.
  2344. 1930 Census, District 8, Bell, Kentucky, pg 121A. Elvin, Mary, Harnah, Herbert, Geneva, Clyde, Earl, & Pearl Orick.
  2345. Obituary, Mercer County, Ohio Obituary and Funeral Notice Collection - 328. Brenda Wiss

    Brenda Sue Wiss, 57, 402 W. Madison St., St. Marys, died at 6:18 p.m. Nov. 12, 2003, at St. Rita's Medical Center, Lima. Death was due to natural causes.

    She was born Nov. 17, 1945, in Pruden, Tenn., to Willie and Geneva Orick Davis.

    Surviving are two sons, Jerry (Regina) Mullins, St. Marys, and Robert Wiss, Spencerville; a daughter, Terry Francis, St. Marys; a brother, Elmer (Peg) Davis, St. Marys; a sister, Opal (John) Schaefer, St. Marys; eight grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
    Deceased are a brother, Michael Davis, and a grandson.

    She had worked as a nursing assistant at Roselawn Manor Nursing Home and JTDM Hospital. She was a graduate of St. Marys Memorial High School and a member of Good News Ministries, also of St. Marys.

    Services are 2 p.m. Sunday at Miller Funeral Home, St. Marys, the Rev. Elmer Davis officiating. Burial will be at Elm Grove Cemetery, St. Marys.

    Calling is 2-4 and 6-9 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

  2346. SSDI, 272-54-2121.
  2347. 1930 Census, Bethel, Anoka, Minnesota, pg 3B. Chas & Maud E Dawson
    Ernest L, Robert R, & Martha Webb.
  2348. 1860 Census, Indiana, Marion, Iowa, pg 819. John, Rachel & Nancy (mother) Day.
  2349. 1850 Census, Jefferson, Putnam, Indiana, pg 467A. Ambrose, Nancy & John Day.
  2350. 1870 Census, 8th Civil District,Clairborne,Tennessee pg 271. Samuel, & Winney Day, Harman G ________, Eli Breeding.
  2351. 1860 Census, 10th Subdivision,Clairborne,Tennessee pg 346. Samuel, Winney, Lewis, Samuel, James, & Newton Day, Josiah Bucket.
  2352. 1850 Census, The Subdivision, Clairborne,Tennessee pg 288. Samuel, Winny, William, Prior, John, Lewis, Samuel, George, James, & Newtin Day.
  2353. Thomas Wier Davis, Phillip Day, Sr.: Phillip Day, Sr, Series: 1, Volume: 2 Jan 1984, p. 13 citing "Roster and Soldiers, The Tennessee Society of the Daughters.
  2354. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 167A. Jas A, Solley, Winnie (mom), Willer, James, Charles E, Sam B, & Pryal L Day
    Newton Hill (neph)
    Jane Boker (boarder).
  2355. SSDI, 412-90-3878.
  2356. 1860 Census, St Louis Ward 10, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 748. Edward G & Anna Day.
  2357. 1870 Census, St Louis Ward 2, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 389B. William, Anna, Rosa, Mary, & Carline Janzer
    G Edward & Ann Day.
  2358. SSDI, 415-44-0839.
  2359. 1860 Census, Subdivision 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 341A. Wm A & Sarah E Blackburn
    George W Day
    John Riley
    James Day.
  2360. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 106B. Dr WN, Hattie C, Lucy W, & Jas A Day
    Salley Parkey (mom)
    Martha Hurst (servant)
    Calvin Roberts (hired man).
  2361. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 101A. William N, Hattie C, Bulah B, Lucy W, & James A Day
    Pearly Jones (servant).
  2362. 1920 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 105B. William N, Hattie C, Lucy W, & Alvin Day
    Mrs Sallie E Parkey (mom).
  2363. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 101B. Sam B, Mamie, & Linnie Day
    Grover Neal (binlaw).
  2364. 1920 Census, Civil District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 8A. Samuel B & Rettie M Day
    Lennie (dau), Clarence A, & Virginia M Horde.
  2365. 1930 Census, District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 148A. Sam & Rettie Day.
  2366. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 106B. Sam B, Rettie, Lennie, & Jas F Day.
  2367. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 96A. Pryor L & Jane Day.
  2368. SSDI, 411-08-2434.
  2369. 1860 Census, Subdivision 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 338A. John E, Mary C, Nancy E, & Thomas P Day.
  2370. 1870 Census, District 16, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 543B. Mary C, Nancy E, Thomas P, Mollie R, Samuel, & James Day.
  2371. 1880 Census, Whitesburg, Hamblen, Tennessee, pg 411C. Mary C, Samuel, & James Day.
  2372. 1900 Census, Civil District 11, Hamblen, Tennessee, pg 120A. Mary C & Samuel L Day.
  2373. SSDI, 410-09-7340.
  2374. Obituary, Bradenton Herald, The (FL) - Sunday, February 16, 2003. Hazel Day McGoldrick, 99, of Bradenton, died Feb. 14, 2003, at home.

    Graveside service will be private. Burial will be in Palmetto. Brown and Sons Funeral Homes, 26th Street Chapel, isin charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Southeastern Guide Dogs Inc., 4210 77th St. E., Palmetto, Fla. 34221.

    Born in Tazewell, Tenn., Mrs. McGoldrick
    cam to Manatee County from Kingsport, Tenn., in 1945. She was a retired bookkeeper in the automotive industry. She was Presbyterian. She was a charter member of the Business and Professional Women's Club of Kingsport.

  2375. SSDI, 262-54-1941.
  2376. 1880 Census, Beat 4, Noxubee, Mississippi, pg 216A. SB, Harriet, Nannie R, Sallie, Hattie J, & Winny Day.
  2377. 1870 Census, District 12, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 327A. George, Phebe, William, Mary M, Sarah J, & James M Day.
  2378. SSDI, 410-86-7660.
  2379. SSDI, 412-34-2692.
  2380. 1930 Census, Dist 137, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 24A. A.G., Antonia A., Angeline A., Sylvester L, Julia M, Dorothy E., & Ester V. Sousa
    Manuel G. Amaro (binlaw).
  2381. 1920 Census, District 296, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 172A. August G, Antonia G, John V, Angelina A, Helen, Sylvester, Mary J, & Dorothy E Sousa
    Manuel G Amaro.
  2382. 1930 Census, District 140, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 61B. John V, Kathryn, Lawrence J, & Doris M Sousa.
  2383. SSDI, 532-09-4651.
  2384. 1850 Census, Township 4 N R 8 W, Madison, Illinois, pg 497A. Henry C, Margaret, Mariah, & Edward W Dean.
  2385. 1870 Census, Raymond, Montgomery, Illinois, pg 244B. HC, Margaret, Maria, Chas L, Laura, & Henry Dean.
  2386. 1880 Census, Edwardsville, Madison, Illinois, pg 325A. Henry, Margaret, Charles, & Harry Dean
    Maria Randall (mom).
  2387. SSDI, 467-96-2746.
  2388. Obituary, Abilene Reporter-News - Feb 3, 1999. John Edward Dean
    John Edward Dean, 48, died Saturday in a local hospital.

    Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Abilene State School Cemetery with the Rev. Ray Bingham officiating, directed by Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home, 542 Hickory.

    Mr. Dean lived at the Abilene State School and was a Methodist.
    Survivors include several cousins.


    Death Notice (Feb 2, 1999):
    John Edward Dean
    John Edward Dean, 48, of Abilene died Saturday at a local hospital. Services are pending with Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home, 542 Hickory.

  2389. 1900 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 124A. James S, Margaret I, Malisie E, Nancy A, Henry S, Pearlie A, Alsie O, May O, & Lula C Dearduff.
  2390. 1920 Census, Bearden, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, pg 2B. M D, Paralee, Ethel, Iva, & Edna Deatherage.
  2391. 1930 Census, Bearden, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, pg 1B. MD, Parallee, Edna L, Joe E, & Billie M Deatherage.
  2392. 1910 Census, Creek Twp, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, pg 152B. Macellus D, Parale & Ethel Deatherage.
  2393. Obituary, The Oklahoman - February 1, 1960. Mrs. P. DEATHERIDGE
    Services for Mrs. PARALIE DEATHERIDGE, 75, of 404 N. Marshall, who died Sunday, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Midwest City Church of Christ. Burial will be in Okemah Cemetery under direction of Midwest City Funeral Home. Born in Texas, she was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. ETHEL MORAN, Mrs. IVA BARKSDALE and Mrs. EDNA ANGLELAS, all of Texas, Mrs. MAXINE DERRICK of 409 Oelke; a son JOE of Tulsa, a brother, J. B. GEURIN of California; 14 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
  2394. SSDI, 444-12-9958.
  2395. Obituary, Brazosport Facts, The (Clute, TX) - Wednesday, May 28, 2003 . ETHEL MORAN

    Ethel Gwendolyn Deatherage Wilson Moran, 96 of Brazoria went to be with the Lord on Saturday, May 24, 2003.

    Ethel was born September 25, 1906 to M.D. and Parallee Deatherage in Paden Oklahoma. She later moved to Watonga, Oklahoma where her children were born and moved in 1950 to Alvin where she was a longtime resident. She was a member of Alvin Church of Christ. She went to college at Southwestern in Ada, Oklahoma.She taught in a one-room country school. She then went on to finish her degree at Central in Edmond, Texas. She was one of the first ladies in the state of Texas to earn her Masters. She taught school at Alvin Primary from 1950-1976, retiring at the age of 70. She was such a lady and always had a smile on her face, never complaining and was always giving.

    The family will greet friends from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at the Oak Park Funeral Home in Alvin.

    Funeral services are scheduled for 4:00 p.m. Thursday, May 29, 2003 at the Oak Park Funeral Home in Alvin, with grandson,Kenny Stanford of West Columbia and great-grandson, Pastor Danny Orr officiating. Special songs sung by great-grandchildren Kenny Stanford II, Gwendolyn Jones and Emily Mayo.

    Survivors are: her daughter, Nadine Stanford of Brazoria and sons, Stacy Wilson of Brazoria, Charles and wife, Eileen Wilson of Mesa, Arizona, Jimmy and wife, Joyce Wilson of Presoctt, Arizona; stepson, James Thomas and wife, Lois Moran of Marilyn; daughter-in-law, Faye Wilson of Grapevine; sister-in-law, Oma Gene Deatherage of Tulsa, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Gary and wife, Polly Stanford of Lake Jackson, Kenny and wife, Mary Ann Stanford of West Columbia, Bruce and wife, Sherry Stanford of Brazoria, Carol and husband, Chuck Jones of Lake Jackson, Shari and husband,Larry Dunn of Brazoria, Vicky and husband, Darell Mayo of Brazoria, Debbie and husband, Jim Bennett of Anaheim, California,Vicki and husband, Don Schmidt of Maple Valley, Washington, Mark and wife, Cassie Wilson of Auburn, Washington, Scott and wife, Sharon Wilson of Camarillo, California, Rob and wife, Tammy Wilson of Paradise, California, Paula Kay Wilson of Fountain Valley, California, Chrissy Wilson of Denver, Colorado, Rick Wilson of Los Angeles, California. Also survived by her 35 great-grandchildren and nine great-great- grandchildren; along with numerous nieces, nephews and special friends.

    Ethel was preceded in death by her husbands, Everett Lee Wilson and Noah Clarence Moran; son, Everett Lee Wilson Jr. and stepson,Woodrow Wilson; sisters, Iva Barksdale, Edna Angelo, Maxine Derrik; brother, Joe Deatherage and son-in-law, Bob Stanford.

    Pallbearers will be her great-grandsons, Brian Stanford, Kenny Stanford II, Justin Stanford, Raymond Wilder, Johnathan Jones, Grant Stanford, Brandon Stanford, Douglas Jones, Christopher Dunn and Gregory Dunn.

    Honorary pallbearers are her grandsons and other great-grandsons.

    A special thank you to Kat and Isabell for the "tender loving care" given to our mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother.

    Arrangements by Oak Park Funeral Home, 300 Oak Park Dr., Alvin, Texas 281-331-8217.

    This is a little something found in Ethel's bible:

    This is the beginning

    of a new day.

    God has given me this

    day to use as I will.

    I can waste it or

    use it for good.

    What I do today is very

    important, because I am

    exchanging a day of

    my life for it.

    When tomorrow comes this day will be gone forever.

    Leaving something in its place, I have traded for it.

  2396. SSDI, 463-20-3935.
  2397. SSDI, 441-28-4765.
  2398. Obituary, Tulsa World - March 18, 2001. DEATHERAGE -- Joe Estes, 79, was set free from the physical bonds of earth on Friday, March 16, 2001 and united with his Creator and Heavenly Father. His wife of 55 years, Omagene Crabtree Deatherage was by his side supporting and encouraging him throughout his illness. He was born in Bearden, OK and was a veteran of WWII, serving with the 45th Division Infantry. Moving to Tulsa in 1955, he was employed by Texaco until his retirement in 1983. He was a member of Ranch Acres Baptist Church and served there as a Deacon. Survivors in addition to his wife include 1 son, Charles Deatherage of The Woodlands, TX; 2 daughters, Kathryn Deuser of Gaithersburg, MD and Janet Garland of Johnson City, TN; 1 sister, Ethel Moran of Brazoria, TX; 4 grandchildren, Brent Deatherage of Tucson, AZ, Jamie and Heather Garland and Jordan Deuser; plus several nieces and nephews. Joe was an avid sportsman who enjoyed teaching his children and grandchildren the joys of fishing. His witticisms and ability to make people laugh will be greatly missed. Service will be held at Stanleys Funeral Home, Tulsa on Monday, March 19 at 1:30 p.m. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home from 5-7 p.m. on Sunday, March 18. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the St. Francis Hospice Program. Stanleys, 743-6271.
    .
  2399. SSDI, 445-26-4179.
  2400. Obituary, Mountain Democrat (Placerville, CA) - Thursday, June 27, 2002. Edward Monroe Deaton, 77, of Pollock Pines, died June 25. He was born June 5, 1925 in Purcell, Okla.

    Mr. Deaton was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War. He loved computers and writing.

    He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Rose Vigil Deaton; and his daughters, Odessa Chesser, Donna and Pam.

    A viewing will be conducted from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, June 27 at Green Valley Mortuary. Graveside services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday, June 28 at Green Valley Cemetery.
    .

  2401. 1900 Census, Ward Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, pg 46. Charles A, Francis M, & Octaus Capito.
  2402. 1910 Census, Brookfield Ward 1, Linn, Missouri, pg. Charles A, Frances M, Octave A, & Theodore F Capito.
  2403. 1920 Census, Brookfield Ward 1, Linn, Missouri, pg 36B. Charles A, Frances M, Octave A, & Theodore F DeCapito.
  2404. 1930 Census, Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, pg 33A. Charles, Frances, & Theodore DeCapito.
  2405. SSDI, 282-10-1412.
  2406. 1910 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 80b. M DeCapito.
  2407. 1900 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 72B. Malissa & Carie Capito.
  2408. 1850 Census, Marietta, Washington, Ohio, pg 178B. Melissa Schnelle.
  2409. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Mrs. Melissa Capito.
  2410. 1900 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 73. Theodore F, Emma _, & Thelma M Capito.
  2411. 1920 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 171B. Emma DeCapto.
  2412. 1910 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 187B. Theodore, Emily, & Jessie De Capito.
  2413. 1920 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 177B. William & Cora DeCapto.
  2414. 1930 Census, Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri, pg 16B. Nellie, Cora, Nelson, A Mary (gdau), & Wayne (gson) Decapete.
  2415. 1900 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 72A. William, Cora, Wilson F, Fred J (nephew) Capito.
  2416. 1910 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 189A. WM, Cora, & Wilson Debapito
    Pearl Locke (niece).
  2417. 1910 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 79B. Sarah E Williams
    Thelma DeCabito (gdau).
  2418. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Sullivan, Missouri.
  2419. 1910 Census, Milan Ward 2, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 165A. Wilson D, Ruth, Mary A, & Wayin F De Capto.
  2420. 1920 Census, Milan Ward 2, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 165A. Wilson D, Ruth, Mary A, & Wain F DeCapto.
  2421. 1900 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 193B. Daniel S, Mary S, & Ruth I Payne.
  2422. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Waco, McLennan, Texas.
  2423. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Hamilton, Texas.
  2424. 1920 Census, Hamilton, Hamilton, Texas, pg 14A. Edward, Nellie, Sadie, Juanita, & Joseph (bro) DeHart.
  2425. 1930 Census, Comanche, Comanche, Texas, pg 22B. Charles E & Ethel M Dehart.
  2426. SSDI, 458-78-7796.
  2427. SSDI, 451-05-0050.
  2428. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Knox, Tennessee, pg 199A. James A, Manday, Frank, Trulah, Amos (father), Parker (mother), & Vesti (sister) Demarcus.
  2429. 1870 Census, District 1, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 4A. Amos, Parkey, Cerence U, Isaac C, Ellsworth F, James D, & Ewen T Demarcus.
  2430. 1880 Census, District 1, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 6A. Amos, Parkia, Seareenah W, Isaac, Elsworth, James, Uen, Olly James, Margaret, Emlous, & Saloma Demarcus.
  2431. 1910 Census, Lonsdale, Knox, Tennessee, pg 153B. Rufus & Maggie J Hutchinson
    Amos & Maggie Demarcus (boarders).
  2432. 1910 Census, Clinton Ward 3, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 91B. Maggie, Spurgeon, Kattie, & Bessie Damarcus.
  2433. 1920 Census, Civil District 3, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 33A. C Wench & Sarah Demarcus.
  2434. 1920 Census, Civil District 3, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 33A. Isaac & Martha Demarcus.
  2435. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Knox, Tennessee, pg 212A. Isaac, Amos C, Altha A, Edna, Maggie, & Drury W Demarcus
    Easter L (mominlaw), Elliza B (sisinlaw), & Drury E (fathinlaw) Black.
  2436. 1910 Census, Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee, pg 141A. James, Mandy, Frank, & Trula M Demarcus.
  2437. 1930 Census, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, pg 136B. Taylor & Matilda DeMarcus.
  2438. 1920 Census, Los Angeles Assembly District 64, Los Angeles, California, pg 58A. Taylor & Matilda DeMarcus.
  2439. 1910 Census, Chicago Ward 6, Cook, Illinois, pg 282A. Taylor & Tille Demarcus.
  2440. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 136B. Emelis & Nannie Demarcus.
  2441. 1910 Census, Civil District 8, Knox, Tennessee, pg 79A. Emmis & Minnie Demarcus.
  2442. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Walker, Georgia.
  2443. SSDI, 274-62-7631.
  2444. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 17, Knox, Tennessee, pg 36B. Sadie Llewelyn
    Willie M McCrary (dau)
    William DeMarcus (gson).
  2445. 1910 Census, Civil District 9, Knox, Tennessee, pg 179B. NR, Sarah, Robt Llewellyn
    Willie McCreary (gdau)
    Otto Demarcus (gson).
  2446. 1870 Census, Johnson, Union, Arkansas, pg 565A. Matthias F, Jane, James S, Ella A, & Delilah Dennis.
  2447. 1920 Census, Nashville, Howard, Arkansas, pg 91A. DT, Clarida, Lela, Cleo, Semmie, Melvin & MF (dad) Dennis.
  2448. 1900 Census, Nashville, Howard, Arkansas, pg 255B. Mayloss F & Jane Dennis.
  2449. 1930 Census, Jefferson, Cole, Missouri, pg 191B. Oggville & Ellen M Denny
    William D & Ellen P Roth (boarders).
  2450. 1881 Canadian Census, Crosby South, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 60. William, Olive, William, Orrissa Denny.
  2451. 1901 Census, Gananoque, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Sophronia Denney
    Charles R & Sophron E Boulton
    Florence C & George P Denny
    Leonard & Herbert Hagan.
  2452. 1860 Census, Miller, Scotland, Missouri, pg 820. John W, Gabrilla, Manirva, & George W (farm hand) Duvall.
  2453. 1910 Census, Schell City, Vernon, Missouri, pg 108A. GW, Maggie, & Georgia Devaul.
  2454. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 553-21-7609.
  2455. 1900 Census, Central, St Louis, Missouri, pg 246A. John & Margerett Sutten
    Rhart, Marguretha E (dau), Wallesy, L, Laura G, Charles W (bro), & James C (bro) Young
    Louisa (sisnlaw) & Ella M (sisnlaw) Smith
    Annie William (servant)
    Nuten Garden (boarder).
  2456. 1910 Census, Webster Groves Ward 1, St Louis, Missouri, pg 11A. Adrian, Eleanor C, Robert, Arthur G, Laura, Wallace L (gson), & Adrian H ? DeYoung.
  2457. 1920 Census, Webster Groves Ward 3, St Louis, Missouri, pg 257A. Robert, Mary, & Adrian De Yong
    Anna M Hills (mominlaw).
  2458. 1930 Census, Central, St Louis, Missouri, pg 107A. Robert & Mary DeYong
    Anna M Hills.
  2459. SSDI, 493-05-2410.
  2460. SSDI, 493-05-1889.
  2461. 1860 Census, District 5, Henderson, Tennessee, pg 216A. Abraham, NJ, TH, & RE McGee
    NP & EA Dickie.
  2462. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 1, San Patricio, Texas, pg 289B. JKP, Ida M, Frank B, Paul A, Lynn ?, Ruth V, & Mary L Dickson.
  2463. 1920 Census, Chicago Ward 23, Cook (Chicago), Illinois, pg 95B. James, May, Mar Paul, Lynn, Ruth, Mary, & William Dickson.
  2464. 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, pg 26B. Paul, May (mom), Ruth (sis), & William (bro) Dickson
    Harold, Mary (sis), Jean, & John Nelson.
  2465. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Newport, Campbell, Kentucky.
  2466. 1900 Census, Stratton, Hitchcock, Nebraska, pg 68B. Charles B, Fannie, Bretie, & Norval Diehl
    Anna Bushboom (servant).
  2467. 1930 Census, Stratton, Hitchcock, Nebraska pg 73A. Fannie L Diehl.
  2468. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Hitchcock, Nebraska.
  2469. 1930 Census, Stratton, Hitchcock, Nebraska pg 73A. Norval E, Florence E, John C, Ann M, & Florence E Diehl.
  2470. 1900 Census, Noble, Marshall, Kansas, pg 184B. Henry, Martha, Laura, Otis, Cora, Flavius, & Cliffton Dierking.
  2471. 1910 Census, Noble, Marshall, Kansas, pg 183A. Henry, Martha, Flevius, & Clifton Dierking.
  2472. 1870 Census, Mine Creek, Hempsted, Arkansas, pg 347B. ER, ?anne, Ed, Sam, & John Dilda.
  2473. 1880 Census, Saline, Howard, Arkansas, pg 100A. Robert, Nancy, Jesse, Joseph C, Manly R, & Nancy Dildy.
  2474. 1900 Census, Gatesville, Coryell, Texas, pg 53B. Er?a R & Nancy A Dildy
    Jesse W Williams (stepson)
    Nancy A (dau) & Walter R (soninlaw) Hardy.
  2475. 1910 Census, Gatesville Ward 2, Coryell, Texas, pg 54B. ER & Nancy Dildy
    Nancy A (dau), WR, & Imogene Hardy
    Jesse Williams (stepson).
  2476. 1920 Census, Gatesville, Coryell, Texas, pg 108B. ER & Mattie Dildy.
  2477. 1930 Census, Gatesville, Coryell, Texas, pg 59A. Mattie Dildy.
  2478. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Comanche, Texas, pg 66B. William T & Cuba Dillin.
  2479. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Comanche, Texas.
  2480. 1860 Census, , Sullivan, Missouri, pg 791. John J, Nancy, John W, James M, & Mary Dillinger.
  2481. 1870 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 296A. John J, John W, James M, Rosetta, Thomas J, & Francis J Dillinger.
  2482. 1880 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 61C. John J, Martha E, JW, JM, Rosetta, TJ, FJ, Harden (dad), & Mary (mom) Dillinger.
  2483. 1900 Census, Union, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 209B. John J & Martha E Dillinger.
  2484. 1880 Census, Cons Creek, Cherokee, Georgia, pg 245C. Thomas P, Nancy, Thomas B, William T, & Infant Dinning.
  2485. 1900 Census, Militia District 6, Bartow, Georgia, pg 283B. Thomas P, Nancy A, Arie M, & Patric H Dinning.
  2486. 1900 Census, Militia District 6, Bartow, Georgia, pg 283B. Thomas B, Allice, & Laura Dinning.
  2487. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Hillsborough, Florida.
  2488. 1930 Census, St Louis, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 170A. Myrtle C, Marion J, & Lorrain N Dipple.
  2489. SSDI, 492-07-9179.
  2490. 1920 Census, Arlington, Phelps, Missouri, pg 4B. Aloysius P & Myrtle C Dipple.
  2491. SSDI, 487-22-9310.
  2492. Obituary, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) - Thursday, January 8, 2004. DIPPEL, MYRTLE C.(nee Strawhun), Tues., Jan. 6, 2004; beloved wife of the late Ollie Dippel; dear mother of John (Helen) Dippel and Nancy Lorraine (Art) Black; our dear grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and friend. Visitation at Mary Queen and Mother Center, 7601 Watson Rd., on Fri., Jan. 9, 9:30 a.m. until service at 10:30 a.m. Interment Roach Cemetery, Doolittle, MO, at 12:45 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to Mary Queen and Mother Center, appreciated. KUTIS AFFTON SERVICE.
  2493. SSDI, 563-54-1046.
  2494. 1860 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 111. John, Dovey, Thomas, & Campbell Dixon.
  2495. 1870 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 52A. John, Dovey, Thomas, John A, Nancy A, Morgan F, Josephene, & Isophene Dixon
    Jane Harrison (house servant).
  2496. 1880 Census, Precinct 3, Marion, Florida, pg 109B. John, Dovey A, John A, Nancy A, Morgan F, Josephine, Isphine, Allan, & Elender Hall.
  2497. 1900 Census, Lake Weir, Marion, Florida, pg 199A. John Dixon
    Isophine (dau), Lella, Ethel, & Clyde Nixon.
  2498. 1910 Census, Lake Weir, Marion, Florida, sheet 5B. John Dixon.
  2499. 1885 Census, District 3, Marion, Florida, pg 3. John, Dovey, Nancy, Morgan, Josiphine, Allen, & Ellan Dixon
    LR Nixon (soninlaw).
  2500. 1900 Census, Gatewood, Ripley, Missouri, pg 136A. John M, Roxie, Mable, & Era Dodd.
  2501. 1910 Census, Gatewood Twp, Ripley, Missouri, pg 174A. John M Jr, Roxie, Mable, Clyde & Bessie Dodd.
  2502. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Ripley, Missouri.
  2503. 1920 Census, Gatewood, Ripley, Missouri, pg 206B. John M Jr, Clyde, Bessie G, & Mary (wife) Dodd
    Mabel (dau) & Blain (gson) O'Neal.
  2504. 1930 Census, Gatewood, Ripley, Missouri, pg 41A. John M, Mary, Clyde, & Bessie G Dodd
    Blain O'Neal (gson).
  2505. 1920 Census, Saint James, Phelps, Missouri, pg 125A. Charles E Dodge (inmate).
  2506. 1920 Census, Sulphur, McCurtain, Oklahoma, pg 170A. Joseph & Abena Hader
    Rosee L Dallachide.
  2507. 1930 Census, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, pg 70B. Charles, Rosa H, Joe, Louis, & Rosemary Dollarhide.
  2508. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , McCurtain, Oklahoma.
  2509. Obituary, Daily Oklahoman - April 27, 1997. DOLLARHIDE, Rosa Lee Hader, born November 6, 1896, near Versailles, Mo., died at the age of 100 on April 24, 1997. Daughter of Joseph Henry and Alpha Ann Bradshaw Hader. Attended school in Verdigris and Wright City, OK. Obtained her teaching certificate at Southeastern and taught elementary school. Married Charles Burrow Dollarhide July 10, 1919, and lived in Oklahoma City. Worked at Tinker Air Force Base during World War II, and in the boys clothing department at John A. Brown. Lived at Superbia Retirement Village for 26 years. Rosa enjoyed life and was a friend to many. She always had something good to say, no matter the circumstances. Rosa loved family,friends, peanut butter, birds, flowers, and Oklahoma. She was a member of First United Methodist Church in OKC and the Fidelis Sunday School Class. Rosa was active for many years in the Art & Needlework study club, and she attended St. Luke's continuing education classes. Predeceased by her parents, husband, infant sister Jessie Erma Hader, and sons Joe and Lewis. Survived by daughters Rosemary Larson and husband Leo of Longmont, Colorado; Ruth Ann Kindredand husband Cortez of Covina, California, and daughters-in-law Celeste of Oklahoma City and Celia of Alexandria, Virginia;also by grandchildren Steve, Chuck, David and Mike Dollarhide, Patty Bovay, Bill, Chris, and Laura Larson, Linda Devlin, Kevin,Jennifer and Scott Kindred, and 18 great-grandchildren. Services 10:00 a.m. Monday, April 28th at Superbia Retirement Village Chapel. Memorials to First United Methodist Church building fund or Friends of Superbia chapel fund.
  2510. 1930 Census, Elkhart, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 94A. Walter J, A Viola, & Mary E (mom) Domer
    Robert & Pauline Stauffer
    Gerald & Dorothy Domer.
  2511. 1920 Census, Elkhart Ward 5, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 195B. Walter & Gerald Domer.
  2512. 1920 Census, Stockton Ward 2, San Joaquin, California, pg 59B. John L & Viola Russell
    Pauline Domer (stepdau).
  2513. 1910 Census, Elkhart Ward 5, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 239B. Walter, Viola G, & Garald Domer
    Jacob Kalmer (finlaw).
  2514. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Elkhart, Indiana.
  2515. Indiana Marriage Index, 1800 - 1941.
  2516. SSDI, 308-03-8695.
  2517. 1860 Census, Harlem, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 556. Alonzo P, Nancy, & Ida A Doolittle.
  2518. 1850 Census, Guilford, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 742. Calvin & Susannah Doolittle.
  2519. 1860 Census, Harlem, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 551. Philetus S, Paulina, Edwin H, Myron H Doolittle.
  2520. 1850 Census, Harlem, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 766. Philetus, Angeline, Russell, Alonzo, & Edwin Doolittle.
  2521. 1850 Census, Guilford, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 742. Harry, Catharine, Julia, Clarinda, Phieletus, Elizabeth & Amsi Doolittle.
  2522. 1860 Census, Guilford, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 525. Harry, Catharine, Julia A, Clarinda, Philetus, Elizabeth, Amzi, Edward, Austin G, Sarah S, & Calvin Doolittle.
  2523. 1870 Census, Guilford, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 275A. Harry, Catherine, Amzi, Edward, Austin, & Laura Doolittle.
  2524. 1880 Census, Guilford, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 48A. Harry, Catherine, & Laura Doolittle
    Lizzie Turner (gdau).
  2525. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 178B. Paul H, Larene H, Paul H Jr, & Jane H Dore.
  2526. SSDI, 411-05-5321.
  2527. SSDI, 410-76-4046.
  2528. SSDI, 429-01-6552.
  2529. SSDI, 431-21-8550.
  2530. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 5A. Nancy E, Walter, & Fratie Dougherty.
  2531. SSDI, 561-32-0252.
  2532. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Henry, Tennessee, pg 77B. Ed? J, Mattie A, Nami F, Nadine, Texis W, Ellen R, & William C Douglas.
  2533. 1910 Census, Civil District 7, Henry, Tennessee, pg 164B. John A, Mattie, Nadine, Texie, Ruth, Carlis, Robert L, & Beulah Douglass
    Robert T & Ellen J Walker (inlaws).
  2534. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Montague, Texas, pg 77A. Matthew C, Mintie C, William C, Noel C, Dove M, Mary K, Lucher T, Henen L, Jessie A, Mary C, & Dallas L (crossed out - bro) Dove.
  2535. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Canadian, Oklahoma.
  2536. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - April 1, 2003. UPTON

    Pearl Upton, 93, Versailles, died March 30, 2003, in Versailles.

    She was born April 18, 1909, in Horseshoe Bend, a daughter of Samuel E. and Nancy A. "Annie" Scrivner Downing. She was married July 28, 1928, in Jefferson City, to Noble W. Upton, who died April 23, 1989.

    She was a homemaker and worked at Glazer Brothers in Eldon for many years.

    She was a member of Aurora Springs Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include: two sons, Donald W. Upton, Eldon, and Samuel T. Upton, Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa; three daughters, Rose Marie Shroyer, Port Hueneme, Calif., Hazel Lee Potts, Eldon,and Ruby Fay Parks, Windsor; three sisters, Zelma Zeiss, Lubbock, Texas, Rama Mercer, Kansas City, Kan., and Catherine Smith,Grand Junction, Colo.; 19 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.

    One son, Noble Wayne Upton, preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Aurora Springs Baptist Church. Samuel T. Upton, the Rev. Ernie Buscher, the Rev. Ed Teal and the Rev. Bob Stevenson will officiate. Burial will be in Eldon City Cemetery.

    Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

    Memorials are suggested to Malawi Missions Fund.

  2537. Obituary, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal - March 2, 2005. Zelma Eileen Zeiss

    Funeral services for Zelma Zeiss, 82, of Lubbock will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 3, 2005, at Southcrest Baptist Church with the Rev. Jerry Wilson officiating. Interment will follow at Resthaven Memorial Park.

    Mrs. Zeiss passed away Sunday, Feb. 27, 2005, in Lubbock.

    She was born June 17, 1922, in Camden County, Mo. to Sam and Nancy Downing. She married Gilbert Zeiss Feb. 18, 1989, and was a member of Southcrest Baptist Church.

    Survivors include her husband, Gilbert; son, Jack Hedrick and wife Connie of Springdale, Ark.; daughter, Ruth Ann Burke and husband John of Lubbock; son, Mitch Hedrick and wife Anne of Simi Valley, Calif.; son, David Hedrick of Rogers, Ark.; son, Chris Hedrick of Tyler; son, Brad Zeiss and wife Cindy of Lubbock; daughter, Sandra Henderson and husband Lewayne of Brownfield; 20 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; sister, Rama Mercer of Kansas City, Kan.; sister, Katherine Smith and husband Dale of Grand Junction, Colo.; and numerous nieces and nephews.
    Memorials are suggested to Southcrest Baptist Church Multi-Media Ministry.

    The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
    .

  2538. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 202A. WH, MC, M?, NE, & JH Downing.
  2539. 1930 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 233B. Edgar T, Mary, Mabel, Golda, Harley, Harvey, & Roscoe Vann
    Mary C Downing (mominlaw).
  2540. 1920 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 53B. Harve & Mary Downing
    Marshall Woods (adopted).
  2541. 1910 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 228A. William H & Mary C Downing.
  2542. 1900 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 67B. William H, Mary C, James J, Joseph W, Samuel E, Mary J, & Ida M Downing
    Ida B Irwin (servant).
  2543. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - June 3, 1966. Mrs. Howser's Services Set

    ELDON (Special) -- Funeral services for Mrs. Rebecca Howser, 90, of Eldon will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, at Riverview Baptist Church near Osage Beach.

    Burial will be in the church cemetery.

    Mrs. Howser died Thursday at Humphreys Hospital in Tuscumbia.

    She was born Oct. 10, 1875, at Bagnell, the daughter of William H. and May Cotton Dowing (sic). On Oct. 15, 1891, she was married to George M. Howser. He died in 1935.

    Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Etta Stark and Mrs. Bertie White both of Eldon, Mrs. Viola Bullard, Cross Timbers, Mrs. Sadie Whittle, Brumley and Mrs. Sylvia Irwin, Iberia.

    Also surviving are three sons, Oscar Howser, Lake Ozark, Orville Howser, Stoutland, and Ottis Howser of Lebanon.

    Other survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Mary Vann, Eldon, and Mrs. Ida Snellings, Miami, Okla., 24 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren. ren. (sic).

  2544. SSDI, 500-54-2674.
  2545. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - July 9, 1969. Mrs. Mary Vann, 82, rites set Thursday

    Mrs. Mary Jane Vann, 82, Eldon, died at her home, Tuesday. Mrs. Vann was born Sept. 7, 1887 in Miller County, the daughter of William Harvey and Mary Catherine Downing. She was married on Nov. 4, 1905 to Edgar Thearn Vann. He survives.

    Other survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Mabel McDonald, Collinsville, Ill., and Mrs. Goldie Mae Morrison, Eldon; two sons, William Vann, Barnett, and James Vann, Lake Ozark; one sister, Mrs. Ida Snellings, Commerce, Okla.; eight grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, at Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. Howard James officiating.

    Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery.

  2546. SSDI, 444-12-2941.
  2547. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 95B. William & Mary Dozier
    James, Robert, Nadine, Olive J, & Edward Slavens (stepkids).
  2548. 1920 Census, Wheatland, Day, South Dakota, pg 65A. Mads P & Ingeranna Fiksdal
    Peder, Inga, Palmer, Irene, & Manros Dragsten.
  2549. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Codington, South Dakota.
  2550. SSDI, 504-18-8860.
  2551. 1930 Census, Wallace, Codington, South Dakota, pg 78B. Peter, Inga, Palmer -Ab, Irene, Monroe, Ardis, & Elroy Dragsten.
  2552. Obituary. Palmer Dragsten, 91, co-founder of KDHL in Faribault, MN; transmitted D-Day invasion message during WWII


    The first letter of Palmer Dragsten's last name provides the "D" in
    radio station KDHL.

    Dragsten, a cofounder of the Faribault, Minn., station nearly 60 years
    ago and an Army Signal Corps officer during World War II, died Nov. 21
    at 91.

    Dragsten was a native of Wallace, S.D. During the Great Depression, he
    earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering at South Dakota
    State University in Brookings, said his son Paul of Minneapolis. He
    had to cobble together odd jobs, not knowing whether he would have
    enough money to finish college.

    During World War II, Dragsten served in London in the Signal Corps.
    His son said his father's wartime duties included sending out the
    message that the D-Day invasion was underway.

    He sent the message on June 6, 1944, he recalled for his family, from
    a major communications center located in a reinforced basement of a
    London department store.

    He told his son that London would change drastically from day to day
    during the war. "V1 and V2 rockets were dropping all the time on his
    walks to work," his son said.

    Dragsten tried to attend a wedding reception in a suburban pub once,
    only to find the pub was bombed out an hour before the party.

    After the war, he remained in the Army Reserves and rose to the rank
    of lieutenant colonel.

    He came to the Twin Cities after the war to help research the effects
    of lightning on airplanes, work that was done at the University of
    Minnesota.

    In 1948, he cofounded KDHL in Faribault with Jack Hyde and Herb Lee
    and served as its sales manager until retiring from the station in the
    mid-1970s.

    Paul Dragsten said his father was flexible and self-reliant, and never
    regretted going into a nontechnical profession. "It was just what
    needed to be done, so he turned himself into a salesman," said his
    son, but there was an exception.

    Dragsten started the first on-air church service for the radio station
    around 1960, and handled the technical broadcast. "And they're still
    doing it," said his son.

    Dragsten became a good salesman because he was a "man of high
    integrity."He knew everybody and everybody liked him, and that helped
    him in his profession," said his son.

    He worked as the Rice County Civil Defense director for several years
    after retiring from KDHL and served in several civic leadership
    positions, including Rotary Club president and Rice County Fair Board
    president.

    In addition to his son Paul, he is survived by his wife, Carol, of
    Faribault; sons John of Omaha and Roger of Madison, Ala.; daughter,
    Mary Davidson, of Jordan; sisters Irene Thorson of Watertown, S. D.,
    Ardes Fjellestadof Rapid City, S.D.; brother, Elroy of Montevideo,
    Minn.; eight grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.

    Services have been held.

  2553. SSDI, 705-14-6203.
  2554. SSDI, 504-18-8925.
  2555. Obituary, www.kirkfuneralhome.com. Ardes Fjellestad Mar 19 1924 - Apr 08 2008

    Ardes Fjellestad, 84, Rapid City, SD, passed away on Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at the Good Samaritan Society in New Underwood, SD. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 24, 2008 at 10:30 a.m. at the American Lutheran Church in DeSmet, SD with Pastor Randy Koeller officiating. Ardes was born on March 19, 1924, to Peder and Inga (Fiksdal) Dragsten at Wallace, SD. She was baptized and confirmed at St. Pauli Church. She grew up in Wallace and graduated from Wallace High School in 1942. She then went to Minneapolis and worked at the New Brighten war plant. On June 10, 1943, she married William Urevig or rural Wallace. They had three children, Douglas, Dennis, and Susan. They farmed for about five years, than moved to Watertown, SD. In March of 1952, they moved to San Diego, CA. In November 1957, she brought the children back to Wallace where they lived with her father until June 1959, when she moved to Sioux Falls and she worked at McKeenen Hospital. In June 1960, she moved to Mitchell, SD and entered Nursing School. After graduation, they moved to DeSmet, SD where she worked at the DeSmet Memorial Hospital for ten years. On January 3, 1969, she married Dennis O. Fjellestad and they made their home in DeSmet. Ardes went to work for Bell Medical Clinic for 16 years. Her husband passed away on April 2, 2004 after a long battle with cancer. She then moved to Watertown, SD. Survivors include her three children; Douglas (Sandie) Urevig, Coon Rapids, MN, Dennis Urevig, Ramsey, MN, Susan (Marlin) Alt, Rapid City, SD; seven grandchildren; eleven great grandchildren; sister, Irene (Albert) Thorson; and brother, Elroy (Ardis) Dragsten, Montevideo, MN. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Arnold, Monroe, and Palmer Dragsten, and daughter-in-law, Vicki (Gulbraa) Urevig.

  2556. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 556-26-1142 .
  2557. SSDI, 559-05-6093.
  2558. 1910 Census, Chicago Ward 20, Cook, Illinois, pg 37B. John D, Mary L, Claude, Opal, Ruth, & Esther Dresser.
  2559. 1880 Census, Precinct 4, Tarrant, Texas, pg 179D. John W, Sarah, Minnie, Annie, Belle, Bertie, & Thomas Driver.
  2560. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 7, Navarro, Texas, pg 198A. JW, Sallie, Annie, Belle, Berta, Willie, Jim, & Correl Driver.
  2561. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Navarro, Texas, pg 69A. Annie & Luella Repond
    Sarah (mom), Belle (sis), & Charles (neph) Driver
    William Tapes (lodger).
  2562. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Navarro, Texas, pg 62B. Sarah E, Belle, & Charles (gson) Dryver.
  2563. 1930 Census, Corsicana, Navarro, Texas, pg 99A. Charlie Driver
    Bell Marris (aunt)
    Annie Reppond (aunt).
  2564. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Navarro, Texas.
  2565. Obituary, The Knoxville News-Sentinel - Sunday, April 22, 2001. DUBBS, LOUISE DUGGAN - age 85, passed away April 18, 2001. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Sevierville and a retired principal from the Broward Florida School System. She was preceded in death by her husband, William L. Dubbs, Jr. She is survived by her loving son, William Lincoln Dubbs, III; grandson, Brian J. Dubbs; granddaughter, Angela M. Haywood; sister, Beulah Linn; sister, Helen Duggan ; and nieces and nephews. "those of us who have had the privilege of knowing you rather intimately, look almost with envy at what you have accomplished during your teaching at Cooper City Elementary School. It is not often given to one individual to do so much for the children of our school as you have been able to do. Perhaps it is truer to say it is rare to find in one person the vision to plan intelligently for the future and at the same time to interest her fellow citizens in making the school a better place for our children. But that is exactly what we have found in you. It must give you great satisfaction to know that because you have dreamed of a better planned and more beautiful school, others are always trying to make it so.You must also rejoice at the affectionate tribute from your students for your untiring service in our school these many years."(written by mother of one of her students.) This was our Mother, Grandmother, Sister, and Aunt. She loved her family and her students. Now she is a star in Heaven, shining down on all of us. We love YOU! Burn Bright, Grandmother! We will miss YOU! In lieu of flowers, please make memorial donations to the American Cancer Society. Family and friends will meet at the West Adair entrance to Lynnhurst Cemetery on Monday, April 23, at 1 p.m. for graveside services with Reverend Don Grady officiating.Arrangements Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel.
  2566. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Montgomery, Kansas.
  2567. 1910 Census, Moreau West Ward, Morgan, Missouri, pg 111B. Olanzo M, Gertie L, Mansel M, Brryl L, & Notre M Ducy.
  2568. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 1, Jackson, Missouri, pg 228B. Gertie L, Mancie M, Bural L, & Notra Ducey.
  2569. SSDI, 495-05-2755.
  2570. SSDI, 487-05-9614.
  2571. SSDI, 500-28-6425.
  2572. 1880 Census, Dutch Bottom, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 410A. Lemuel L, Laura A, James R, & Wm C Duggan
    Martha Holt (border)
    Lizza Duggan (sis).
  2573. 1900 Census, Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee, pg 159A. (water stain), Laura, Wm C, Sam W, Victor, & Margaret Duggan.
  2574. 1910 Census, 7-Wd Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 135A. James M, Blanche, James H, & Robert D Phlips
    Lemul Dugan (binlaw).
  2575. 1910 Census, 5-Wd Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 92A. Sam W & WC Duggan (lodgers).
  2576. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee, pg 3A. WC, Ella, Beulah, William, Louise, & Helen Duggan.
  2577. SSDI, 414-16-6959.
  2578. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 10, Knox, Tennessee, pg 45B. Charles A & Augie Perkins
    Samuel W (soninlaw), Margaret, & Dorothy Duggan.
  2579. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 14B. Samuel W, Margaret P, Dorthy P, Charles E, & Warren P Duggan.
  2580. 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, pg 133A. Victor B, Esther, Adeline, Damie, & Jevile Duggan
    Adeline Driscoll (mominlaw).
  2581. 1860 Census, , Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 497B. Cassander, SH, AJ, L, & E Duggan.
  2582. Virginia Carlisle d'Armand, Jefferson Co., Tennessee Marriage Records 1792-1870, pg 84.
  2583. Obituary, Knoxville News-Sentinel, The (TN) - Friday, May 2, 2003 . LINN, BEULAH DUGGAN- age 91, of Pigeon Forge, passed away Wednesday, April 30, 2003, at Fort Sanders Sevier Nursing Home. Beulah had retired from the Sevier County School System after many years of teaching the young people of Sevier County. Besidesbeing a teacher, she had served as the Sevier County Historian for several years, where she had collected a vast amount ofinformation about the genealogy of the area. She was preceded in death by her parents, William C. and Ellen G. Duggan brother, William E. Duggan sister, Louise D. Dubbs. Mrs. Linn is survived by her daughter, Shirley J. Linn grandsons, Brent E. Ogle, David C. Ogle, Troy E. Ogle and M. Scott Ogle sister, Grace Helen Duggan. Besides the immediate family, Beulah will be missed by the many friends and students whose life she has touched during her lifetime. Graveside service was held 2:00 p.m. Thursday, May 1, at Lynnhurst Cemetery with Rev. Don Grady officiating. In Beulah's memory, donations may be made to the Genealogy Department of the Sevier County Public Library, 321 Court Avenue, Sevierville, TN 37862. Condolences may be sent to the family through Rawlings Funeral Home website.

    www.rawlingsfuneralhome.com.

  2584. Obituary, Knoxville News Sentinel (TN) - Thursday, October 28, 2010. DUGGAN, GRACE HELEN -age 92, of Knoxville, passed away Wednesday, October 27, 2010. She was preceded in death by parents, William C. and Ellen G. Duggan; one brother, two sisters, and one nephew. She is survived by nieces, Shirley J. Linn and Gail D. Duncan. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

    Arrangements by Berry Funeral Home, Chapman Highway.

    Condolences may be offered at www.berryfuneralhome.com.

  2585. SSDI, 414-28-8235.
  2586. 1900 Census, Pike, Stoddard, Missouri, pg 203B. Elijah W, Mattie, Harry, & Otto (bro) Richmond
    Mollie Allen (boarder)
    Thomas Dugger (boarder).
  2587. 1920 Census, Pike, Stoddard, Missouri, pg 233B. Bertha Williams
    Sinie & Norma Douglas (nieces).
  2588. 1910 Census, Pike, Stoddard, Missouri, pg 195B. Thomas F, Myrtle, Sina, & Albert Duggar
    Edward Rogers (boarder).
  2589. SSDI, 498-20-9256.
  2590. 1920 Census, Pike, Stoddard, Missouri, pg 246A. Earl Richmond
    Irene Henson (boarder)
    Wayne Richmond (son)
    Albert Duggar (nephew).
  2591. Obituary. CHAFFEE, Mo. — Albert Earl Duggar, 99, of Chaffee died Saturday, March 22, 2008, at Chaffee Nursing Center.

    He was born Nov. 26, 1908, at Stoddard County, Mo., son of Thomas Franklin and Mertie Bell Duggar. He and Amy Juanita Davenport were married June 6, 1929. She died Oct. 5, 1998.

    Duggar owned and operated Duggar's Grocery Store in Chaffee.

    He was preceded in death by an infant daughter.

    Friends may call at 4:30 p.m. Monday at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee.

    The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral chapel, with the Rev. Vyron Yount officiating. Burial will be in Friend Cemetery at Oran, Mo. .

  2592. 1850 Census, Subdivision 17, Campbell, Tennessee, pg 646. Lewis & Phebey Duke
    Francis L & Simpson A Witt.
  2593. 1910 Census, Opera House, Bell, Kentucky, pg 217B. James R, Barbara C, & Harvey Dummett.
  2594. 1920 Census, Bennetts Fork, Bell, Kentucky, pg 152A. Harvey F, Grace, & Barbara C (mom) Dummitt.
  2595. 1900 Census, Middlesboro, Bell, Kentucky, pg 305A. Jas R, BC, Henry F, & Ella O Dumitt.
  2596. 1930 Census, Pineville, Bell, Kentucky, pg 15B. Jacob W & Barbara Howard
    Harvey (stepson) & Grace Dummett.
  2597. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 514-24-1268.
  2598. 1910 Census, Kansas Ward 14, Jackson, Missouri, pg 101A. Ivy G, Hattie M, & Alma Duncan.
  2599. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Jasper, Missouri.
  2600. 1930 Census, Joplin, Jasper, Missouri, pg 227B. John M, Alma I, John M, Ruford, Beverly, & Robert Scott
    Ivy & Hattie Duncan (inlaws).
  2601. 1870 Census, High Forest, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 170. Benjamin, Clara, May, Charles, Joseph, & Leander Duncan.
  2602. 1910 Census, High Forrest, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 59B. Leander, Adelia, Lillin, Lynn, & Elery Duncanson.
  2603. 1920 Census, Stewartville, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 74B. Leander, Adelia F & Lillian A Duncanson.
  2604. 1900 Census, High Forest, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 67A. Leondes J, Adelia F, L Verne, A Lillian, L Lynn, & C Elay Duncanson.
  2605. 1900 Census, High Forest, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 74B. Charles, May V, Archie V, C Leslie, Geneva, & Raymond E Duncanson.
  2606. 1910 Census, High Forrest, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 59B. Carles A, May V, Leslie C, Geneva, & Raymond E Duncanson.
  2607. 1920 Census, Kalmar, Olmsted, Minnesota, pg 12A. Leslie, Anna, Stuart, Corimal, Charles (dad), May (mom), & Raymond Duncanson.
  2608. 1930 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 42A. Raymond & Gloria E Duncanson.
  2609. SSDI, 473-12-9115.
  2610. 1910 Census, Meramec Ward 1, Franklin, Missouri, pg 237B. William F, Frances L, & William L Dunlap.
  2611. 1920 Census, Imperial, Imperial, California, pg 284A. William F, Francis L, & William L Dunlap
    Emma E Long (minlaw).
  2612. 1930 Census, Alhambra, Los Angeles, California, pg 265B. William L & Francis L (mom) Dunlap
    Emma E Long (gmom).
  2613. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 532-09-5708.
  2614. 1900 Census, ED 178, City of St Louis,City of St Louis, Missouri, pg 139B. Enumerated with Ed Strawhun family, and his brother Ernest. Joseph & Ernest were servants.
  2615. 1910 Census, District 39, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, pg 4a. Joseph N, John A, Harry T, Lawrence D, & Hulde E Dunn, Ernest E, Myra F, & Stella Dunn.
  2616. 1920 Census, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, pg 217b. Ernest E, Myrtie E, Stella, & Roy Dunn.
  2617. 1930 Census, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, pg. Myrtie F, Stella, & Roy M Dunn.
  2618. World War I Draft Registration Cards, San Francisco, San Francisco, California.
  2619. SSDI, 559-34-2826.
  2620. SSDI, 557-05-4117.
  2621. SSDI, 558-05-999.
  2622. SSDI, 557-05-4578.
  2623. Birth Certificate, No 16844.
  2624. SSDI, 555-24-9911.
  2625. SSDI, 545-07-9411.
  2626. 1930 Census, Anza Street, District 245, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, pg 8B. Jospeh N, Hulda C, John A, Clara M (Daughter in Law), Harry ?, Lawrence B Dunn.
  2627. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 545-07-6076.
  2628. John E.C. Simmons, 1876 Census Phelps County,Missouri, pg 158. John C, Misouri, Joseph Dunn, & Edward (Strawhun).
  2629. Dennis A. Peterman, 1890 Tax List of Phelps County Missouri, pg 129.
  2630. 1880 Census, Rolla, Phelps, Missouri, pg 367D. JC, Missouri, Joseph, Josephine Dunn.
  2631. Phelps County Genealogical Society, Vol 1 #2 (Apr '85) pg 5.
  2632. Rolla Weekly Herald 1890 - 1899, pg 173. May 6, 1897 - Probate Docket
    Mrs. M.A. Dunn, Deceased - M.T. Roach, administrator.
  2633. Phelps County, Missouri Probate Records Index 1857 - 1969, pg 18. Dunn, MA, Mrs. (deceased) June 1895.
  2634. 1920 Census, Precinct 58, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, pg 156B. Joseph N, Hulda E, John A, Harry S, & Laurence B Dunn.
  2635. 1910 Census, District 39, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, pg 4a. Joseph N, John A, Harry T, Lawrence D, Albert F. C. & Hulde E Dunn, Ernest E, Myra F, & Stella Dunn.
  2636. Marriage Certificate, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, #89293.
  2637. 1900 Census, City of St Louis, City of St Louis, Missouri, pg 4A. Enumerated with Charles Stevens and family. Josephine and Albert were hired help.
  2638. 1910 Census, District 39, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, pg 4a. Joseph N, John A, Harry T, Lawrence D, Albert F. C. & Hulde E Dunn
    Ernest E, Myra F, & Stella Dunn.
  2639. Obituary, Rolla New Era - August 30, 1884. August 20, 1884, HIRAM OSEE, infant son of John and Missouri Dunn, aged 5 months and 5 days.

    Yes, dear friend though has left us,
    And our loss we deeply feel;
    But it is God that has bereft us,
    He can all our sorrows heal.

    Yet again we hope to meet thee,
    When the day of life is fled;
    Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee,
    Where no farewell tears are shed.

    Josie Strawhun.
    ------------------------------------------
    (online at Missouri SOS webpage).

  2640. 1900 Census, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, pg 314A. Minnie & Hulda Werling (Servants for William Maury family).
  2641. Obituary, Vallejo Times-Herald - January 15, 1959. Lawrence Dunn

    FAIRFIELD - Funeral services for Lawrence B. Dunn, 50, who died in a local hospital Tuesday after a lengthy illness, will be conducted Saturday at 9 a.m. from the Fairfield Chapel of the Hansen-Bryan Funeral Home.

    Prior to his death the native San Franciscan was a pharmacist at the County Hospital here. He is a former partner in the Naval Pharmacy, 630 Tennessee street in Vallejo.

    A member of the Holy Names Society, he is survived by his wife, Mary.

    The funeral services will be followed by a Requiem Mass at the Church of the Holy Spirit at 9:30 a.m.

    Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. at the Fairfield chapel of the funeral home. Interment will be in St. Vincent's Cemetery in Vallejo.

    He resided at 1330 Taft street.

  2642. Birth Certificate.
  2643. Death Certificate, Local Registation 4800 (Certificate Number 54).
  2644. Marriage Certificate, Local Registered No 1385 (pg 208).
  2645. SSDI, 559-26-7891.
  2646. 1920 Census, Centralia, Boone, Missouri, pg 83. Frances M, Sallie, Roy C, & Louise K (niece) Griggs.
  2647. 1860 Census, Greene, Phelps, Missouri pg 68. William, S.J., J.C., E.B/F., & May Dunn, S. Whitcrafs.
  2648. 1850 Census, District 42, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 449A. William & Drucilla Dunn.
  2649. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 112A. Nathan, Sallie, Ethel G, & Dorris E Dunsmore.
  2650. 1850 Census, Subdivision 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 245A. Nathan, Sally, Eldgidge, Madaline, Amanda, & Mary A Dunsmore.
  2651. 1860 Census, Subdivision 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 321B . Nathan, Madaline, Amanda, & Adalade Dunsmore
    James Brooks.
  2652. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 269B. Nathan & Amanda Dunsmore.
  2653. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 177C. James, Adalaid, Eb H, John C, Russel C, Sarah L, & Mat F Burchett
    Am Dunsmore (boarder).
  2654. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 269B. JF, Adaline, Eldridge, & John Burchet.
  2655. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 175B. Amassa, Henry C, Nathan, & Martha Dunsmore.
  2656. 1850 Census, Subdivision 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 240A. Wm D, Massy, Elbert, Margaret, Wiley, Nelson, Rhoten, Henry C, Martha, & Nathan Dunsmore.
  2657. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 174A. Wm E, Luritta, Nora A, Corda A, Thomas H, Sarah A, & Robert E Lee Dunsmore
    Amassa (mom), Henry C, Nathan, & Martha Dunsmore.
  2658. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 269A. Wm, Luritta, China, Lanora, Cordelia, & Henderson Dunsmore.
  2659. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 95A. HC, Parley J, Lucy B, Jessie May, Nellia E, & Henry Alison Dunsmore.
  2660. 1910 Census, Civil District 7, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 158A. William R, Parley J, & Rachel Altum
    Lucy, Jessie M, Nealy E, Henry A, & Paul T Dunsmore (stepkids).
  2661. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Tulsa, Oklahoma.
  2662. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 104B. Arthur L, Dorothy G, Arthur J, Lorene B, Cliford L, & Marjorie Dusenberry
    Carl Justice (broinlaw).
  2663. SSDI, 486-16-1049.
  2664. Obituary, News and Tribune - October 17, 1976. Arthur Dusenbery, 84, dies at home

    Arthur Lee Dusenbery, 84, of rural Eldon, died at home Thursday.

    Mr. Dusenbery was born in Oklahoma on June 27, 1892, son of Willie and Rebecca Buchanan Dusenbery. He was married to Dorothy Justus on March 20, 1922. She died Sept. 14, 1936.

    He was a member of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: One daughter, Mrs. Lorene McGowan, Eldon; three sons, Arthur Dusenbery, Clifford Dusenbery, and Louie Dusenbery, all of Eldon; one half-brother, Theodore Heel, Tuscumbia; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

    Graveside services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at the Riley Lamm Cemetery near Eldon with the Rev. Bob Stevenson officiating. Mr. Dusenberry's body is at Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  2665. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27A. Walter E, Missouri J, & Bessie B Dusenbeny
    Mamma E Wilson (stepdau).
  2666. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 250A. Walter, Missouri, Mamie, Bessie, Pearlie, & Raymond Dusenberry.
  2667. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 105A. Walter E, Missouri J, & Raymond E Dusenberry.
  2668. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database. Parents listed as William & Amanda Hasting Dusenbery.
  2669. 1930 Census, Jefferson, Cole, Missouri, pg 126A. Otis, Pearl, & Billie Gean Sappington.
  2670. SSDI, 489-16-0203.
  2671. Obituary, Columbia Daily Tribune - April 20, 1998. Raymond Edward Dusenberry, 78, of Eldon died Saturday, April 18, 1998, at St. Marys Hospital in Jefferson City.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, at Griswold-Kays Chapel in Eldon with Lloyd Parr officiating. Burialwill be in Eldon City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, April 20, at the funeral home.

    Mr. Dusenberry was born Aug. 26, 1919, in Etterville to Walter and Missouri Wilson Dusenberry.

    He married Opal Stark on Jan. 28, 1944, in Kansas City, Kan., and she survives.

    His employment included being a truck driver for Benson's Lumber Co., a school bus driver, turkey farmer, service stationowner and mechanic.

    He was a member of Mount Carmel Baptist Church in Eldon and American Legion Post No. 229. He was an Army veteran ofWorld War II.

    Survivors also include five daughters, Jane Frost of Columbia, Lynda Williams of Richland, Sharon Dean of St. Louis,Jo Ann Cook of Sturgeon and Carolyn Jones of Holts Summit; a son, James Myers of Poplar Bluff; 22 grandchildren; and 30 great-grandchildren.

  2672. 1880 Census, Beat 5, Lee, Mississippi, pg 213D. Scott, AE, Martin E, Lilla B, Samuel T & Maggie Duvall.
  2673. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 6, Hunt, Texas, pg 158A. Alexander W, Amanda E, Wm Scott, Thomas, Jamsnie, George L, Carl M, Hellen, & Walter Duvall (Drwal).
  2674. 1910 Census, Petrolia, Clay, Texas, pg 78B. Scott, Amanda, Earl, & Walter Duvall.
  2675. 1920 Census, Petrolia, Clay, Texas, pg 189A. Scott, Amanda E, George E & Earl M Duvall
    Jimmie M Jenkins (gdau).
  2676. 1930 Census, Vernon, Wilbarger, Texas, pg 86A. Amanda & Earl M Duvall
    Jimmie M Jenkins (gdau).
  2677. SSDI, 462-86-3691.
  2678. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Montague, Texas.
  2679. 1910 Census, 3 J-Pct, Clay, Texas, pg 119B. William S, Minnie B, Otis E, Eunice E, & Emma M Duvall
    Charles W Lewis (binlaw).
  2680. 1930 Census, Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas, pg 37B. Minnie B, Ted E, & Melba H Duvall
    Curtis S (sinlaw) & Emma Mae Grice
    Charlie E Barker (sinlaw).
  2681. 1930 Census, Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas, pg 67B. William Duvall (boarder).
  2682. 1920 Census, Bowie Ward 3, Montague, Texas, pg 146B. Well, Minnie, Erzale, Ewell, Emma, Anica, Beesna, & Theodosia Duval.
  2683. 1910 Census, Petrolia, Clay, Texas, pg 77B. Thomas, Maudie, Ritta, & Russell Duvall.
  2684. 1920 Census, Bonham Ward 5, Fannin, Texas, pg 104A. Thomas, Maudie, Reta, & Russell Duval.
  2685. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Fannin, Texas.
  2686. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Clay, Texas.
  2687. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Wichita, Texas.
  2688. 1920 Census, Burkburnett, Wichita, Texas, pg 145A. Walter, Lucile, & Vinson Duvall.
  2689. 1930 Census, Burkburnett, Wichita, Texas, pg 34A. Walter S, Lucile H, Vinson L, Dorria L, & Jane Duvall.
  2690. 1930 Census, El Paso, El Paso, Texas, pg 88A. Euell & Lula Duvall.
  2691. SSDI, 450-38-8070.
  2692. 1930 Census, El Paso, El Paso, Texas, pg 77A. Earzel, Bernice, Almand, & Betty Duval
    Berna L Duvall (lodger).
  2693. 1930 Census, Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas, pg 132A. Russell, Hollene P, & Billy Duvall.
  2694. SSDI, 463-12-4998.
  2695. Obituary, Wichita Falls Times Record News (TX) - Tuesday, April 25, 2000. BURKBURNETT - Dr. Vinson L. Duvall, 81, of Metairie, La., died Saturday, April 22, 2000.

    Graveside services will be at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in Burkburnett Cemetery with the Rev. Ben Read, pastor of First United Methodist Church of Burkburnett, officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Owens & Brumley Funeral Home of Burkburnett.

    Dr. Duvall was a retired assistant director of research for U.S. Forest Service.

    Survivors include his wife, Naomi Banning; a son, Kenneth M. of California; two daughters, Sue D. Steib of Baton Rouge, La., and Kay D. Davis of Metairie, La.; two sisters, Jane D. Cagle and Doris D. Lenz; and one grandchild.

    The family will be at the funeral home from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursday.

  2696. Obituary, Times-Picayune, The (New Orleans, LA) - Tuesday, April 25, 2000. Vinson L. Duvall, a retired assistant director of research for the U.S. Forest Service, died Saturday at East Jefferson General Hospital. He was 81. Mr. Duvall was born in Godley, Texas, and lived in Metairie for the past 23 years. He was a graduate of Texas A&M University. He was a member of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Naomi Banning Duvall; a son, Kenneth M. Duvall; two daughters, Sue S. Steib and Kay D. Davis; two sisters, Jane D. Cagle and Doris D. Lenz; and a grandchild. A funeral will be held today at 7 p.m. at Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home, 4747 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie. Visitation will begin at 5 p.m. Burial will be in Burkburnett Cemetery in Burkburnett, Texas.
  2697. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite, The (Ardmore, OK) - Thursday, October 4, 2007 . Services for Doris Lucille Lenz, 86, will be at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5, 2007, in Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home Chapel with Adam Ricks officiating. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery.

    Born Aug. 25, 1921, in Burkburnett, Texas, to Walter and Lucille Vinson Duvall, she died on Oct. 2, 2007, in Ardmore. She married Vance A. Lenz on June 14, 1942, in Burkburnett. He preceded her in death on July 17, 2000. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a son, Vance Lenz Jr. in 1990, a brother, Vincent Duvall, and a sister, June Kagel.

    A resident of Ardmore for more than 50 years, she and her husband owned and operated Lenz Moving and Storage Company.She was active in many local social and civic clubs prior to joining her husband in their moving and storage business. She retired in 1991. She was a member of First United Methodist Church and was a homemaker.

    Survivors include one son, Michael James Lenz and his wife, Dawni, Bixby; grandsons Kevin Riggs, Michael J. Lenz Jr., Joshua Ryan Lenz, Shawn Ross Lenz and Luke Worthen; granddaughters Keri Nash and Whitney Worthen; six great-grandchildren;one great-great-granddaughter; and a very special friend, Tommy Emde, Ardmore.

    Bearers will be Mike Lenz, Kevin Riggs, Mike Lenz Jr., Joshua Lenz, Shawn Lenz and Luke Worthen.

    Online guest book at: www.hdouglasfuneralhome.com.

  2698. SSDI, 464-58-2893.
  2699. Obituary, Dallas Morning News, The (TX) - Monday, October 11, 2004 . GRICE, EMMA MAE went to be with the Lord on Oct. 9, 2004. She was born on Nov. 4, 1908 in Charlie, TX. Emma Mae is survived by two daughters, Lawayne Hibbs and Linda Burleson and husband Richard; one son, Darrell Grice and wife Faith; nine grandchildren; twenty great grandchildren; three great great grandchildren; and two sisters. She was preceded in death by her husband Curtis C. Grice in 1982. Emma Mae was a longtime member of the Heights Baptist Church in Richardson. She was a loving mother and grandmother whose great wisdom inspired not only her family but also her many friends. Emma Mae's family will receive friends at Ted Dickey Funeral Home on Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 6-8 p.m. Funeral Services willbe held on Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 10:00 a.m. in the Ted Dickey Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow in Rowlett Cemetery, Frisco. Dignity Memorial Ted Dickey 2128 18th Plano (972) 424-4511.
  2700. SSDI, 463-48-8796.
  2701. Obituary, Midland Reporter-Telegram on 6/24/2008. Burna Windham
    Burna Windham, 95, of Midland died Sunday, June 22. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m., today, June 24, at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home in Midland. Services will be at 3 p.m., Wednesday, June 25, at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Resthaven Memorial Park in Midland.

    Survivors include sister, Melba Tippet of Georgia; sons, Richard Windham of Crane, Jack Windham of Odessa, Coney Mack (Sonny) Windham of Missouri City; and daughter, Sue Canard of Midland.

    Arrangements are under the direction of Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Midland. Online condolences can be made at www.npwelch.com.

    .

  2702. 1930 Census, Missoula, Missoula, Montana, pg 177B. Reuben, Isabelle, & McFrederick Dwight.
  2703. 1880 Census, Carondelet, St. Louis, Missouri, pg 46C. GO & Lucinda Eads.
  2704. 1870 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 131A. Granville & Lucinda Eads
    Mary Woods & Jacob Freeman
    Milton, Lucinda, Orick, Louis, & Guy Smith.
  2705. 1850 Census, St Louis (South Half), St Louis, Missouri, pg 344A. Grandville O, Lucinda, Almida, Martha A, Marion, Lucretia L, & Lucinda J Edds.
  2706. 1850 Census, District 21, Macon, Alabama, pg 211B. Absolom, Louisa, Rebeca, John, Eudory C, & Thomus Eady
    Elizabeth & Amanda Youngblood.
  2707. 1860 Census, Southern Divisoin, Macon, Alabama, pg 799B. Absolom, Ms Louisa, & Thomas Eady.
  2708. 1910 Census, Salem, Dunklin, Missouri, pg 249A. Leand?, Ada, & Earl Eaker?.
  2709. 1851 Census Canada, Bastard, Leeds, Canada West, pg 33. John G, Alice, William, Maria, Wm Henry, Maria J, James F, Edward H, & Harriet L Earl.
  2710. 1881 Canadian Census, Bastard & Burgess South, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. John G & Alice Earl.
  2711. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 154B. Gerge, Lucinda, Bee, Minnie A, & Robert P Early
    Rachel Reynolds (sisnlaw).
  2712. 1920 Census, Cleveland Ward 2, Cuyahoga, Ohio, pg 98A. Frank & Ethel Earley
    Hila & Melvin Ikemire (stepkids)
    Ruth, Sylvia, & Isaac (bro) Earley
    Mattie & Ray Stauniford.
  2713. 1930 Census, Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, pg 20A. Isaac S, Otha J, & Jacquellene R Earley.
  2714. SSDI, 400-09-2459.
  2715. SSDI, 406-03-3677.
  2716. 1920 Census, Camp Zachary Taylor, Jefferson, Kentucky, pg 233B. Steven E Early.
  2717. 1930 Census, Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, pg 21B. Edward, Margaret, Edna M, Lucille M, Earl W, & Edward Jr Jones
    Stephen E Early (broinlaw).
  2718. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 129A. William, Eliza, Eliga, Jake, & Eliza B Earls.
  2719. 1910 Census, Straight Creek, Bell, Kentucky, pg 54B. Will J, Eliza, Elijah, & Lizzie Earls.
  2720. 1880 Census, Sturgeon, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 319B. Franklin, Julia, John W, Mary E, & Drucilla Early.
  2721. 1900 Census, Van Buren, Clay, Indiana, pg 326A. Frank, Julia F, Francis, General, Rosa B, Frank K, Maggie W, & Stephen E Early
    William Tipton (boarder)
    William Early (boarder).
  2722. 1910 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 154A. Frank, Mollie, Steve, Isaac, & Robert Early.
  2723. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 156A. Benjamin F, Mollie, Isaac, Robert, Oletta, & Martha Earley.
  2724. 1930 Census, District 1, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 22A. Ben F, Mallie, Robert, Odetta, & Martha Earley.
  2725. 1900 Census, Van Buren, Clay, Indiana, pg 318B. John & Osia Early
    Mary Lasson (mom).
  2726. 1910 Census, Van Buren, Clay, Indiana, pg 155A. John W, Osie, Melvin, Lester, & Lorene Early
    Julia Foster (niece)
    Henry (finlaw) & Max (binlaw) Lawson.
  2727. 1920 Census, Cleveland Ward 2, Cuyahoga, Ohio, pg 73B. John W, Osia, Melvin, Laurine, Catherine, Paul, & Elsie Earley
    Henry Lawson (finlaw)
    Elsie & Rubie Steele (nieces).
  2728. SSDI, 314-24-8429.
  2729. SSDI, 317-05-3499.
  2730. 1910 Census, Brazil Ward 4, Clay, Indiana, pg 97A. General, Emma, & Bertie Earley.
  2731. 1920 Census, Brazil Ward 2, Clay, Indiana, pg 244A. General, Emma, Bert, William, General E, & Walter Early.
  2732. 1930 Census, Brazil, Clay, Indiana, pg 41B. General, Emma, William, General, & Irene Earley.
  2733. SSDI, 303-70-7682.
  2734. 1910 Census, Kokomo Ward 2, Howard, Indiana, pg 38A. Frank Early (roomer).
  2735. 1930 Census, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, pg 260A. Ethel Earley
    Walter & Hila Rex
    Melvin Earley (son).
  2736. 1930 Census, District 16, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, pg 57A. Trona C & Sarah Earley
    Russell F Brill (stepson)
    Ruth & Sylvia Earley
    Dorothy McPharson (stepdau).
  2737. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio.
  2738. SSDI, 286-09-2232.
  2739. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee.
  2740. 1850 Census, Subdivision 31, Knox, Tennessee, pg 90B. Fielder O, Tillitha Ann, Levi J, & William Earley.
  2741. 1860 Census, District 10, Knox, Tennessee, pg 215A. Fielder O, Telisha A, & Wm Early.
  2742. 1870 Census, District 10, Knox, Tennessee, pg 201A. Fielder & Talitha Early
    Epsy McCormac.
  2743. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, James, Tennessee, pg 270B. Tielder O, Epsy D, Jonah, Charley A, David A, Dealie, & Charley R (gson) Earley.
  2744. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , James, Tennessee.
  2745. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Hamilton, Tennessee.
  2746. 1870 Census, District 10, Knox, Tennessee, pg 201A. William, Martha, & Mary Early.
  2747. 1880 Census, District 10, Knox, Tennessee, pg 380C. William H, Martha E, Mary EA, Sarah M, David H, James GJ, Nancy M, & Joseph R Early.
  2748. SSDI, 316-01-0477.
  2749. SSDI, 317-01-4241.
  2750. 1870 Census, McHargue, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 159B. George, Sarah, Henry, & Frank Early
    Drucilla Edwards
    Alestem, Mary, Sarah E, Nancy J, & Evan Early.
  2751. 1880 Census, District 57, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 277A. George & Sarah Early
    Drucilla Edwards (minlaw).
  2752. 1880 Census, District 57, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 277A. Mary, Sarah E, Nancy, George, Franklin, & Julia Early.
  2753. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 154B. Mary Early
    Charles Reynolds (gson)
    John (gson) & Nancy (dau) Early.
  2754. 1910 Census, McHargue, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 171A. Mary, Nancy, & Johnie (gson) Early.
  2755. 1880 Census, Buford, Ohio, Kentucky, pg 669D. Hiram L, Sophrona, Robert M, William, & Idel Early.
  2756. 1900 Census, Owensboro, Daviess, Kentucky, pg 154A. Hiram M, Sophronia, Charles H, Florella, & Francis F Early.
  2757. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002, 286-07-2344.
  2758. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002, 283-09-6382.
  2759. 1920 Census, Covington Ward 3, Kenton, Kentucky, pg 102B. Edward, Maggie, Edna May, Lucille M, Earl, & Charles P Jones.
  2760. 1930 Census, Newburg, Phelps, Missouri, pg 109A. Joseph A, Mary E, & Ruth Earp.
  2761. 1920 Census, Arlington, Phelps, Missouri, pg 11A. Joseph A, Mary E, & Ruth G Earp.
  2762. SSDI, 500-05-6409.
  2763. 1870 Census, Richland, Vernon, Missouri, pg 638B. Robert, Nancy J, Reece, Chas M, & Valentine Easley.
  2764. 1880 Census, Richland, Vernon, Missouri, pg 512B. Robt, Nancy J, Charles M, Valentine, Mary A, Franklin, Elisabeth, & Ella M Easly.
  2765. 1900 Census, Stillwater, Payne, Oklahoma, pg 190A. Robert, Nancy J, Valentine, Elizabth L, & Ruth Easley.
  2766. 1910 Census, Henry, Payne, Oklahoma, pg 137A. Charles E, Ruth, Marvin, & Leliah Mayfield
    Robert Easley (finlaw).
  2767. 1865 Census, Fort Scott, Bourbon, Kansas, pg 19. John G, Caroline, Sarah J, & Charles D Harris
    Jane Poyner
    Wm Smally.
  2768. 1910 Census, Warren, Jo Daviess, Illinois, pg 214B. George A, Caroline M, & Ethel M Murphy & Walter C Long & Robert C Eby & Melborne S Murphy.
  2769. 1900 Census, Warren, Jo Daviess, Illinois, pg 198A. George, Caroline, Ethel, & Robert C S Eby & Walter Long.
  2770. 1920 Census, Warren, Jo Daviess, Illinois, pg 231A. George R, Carrie, & Robert C Eby.
  2771. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 24, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 110A. James A, Margaret, Benjamin F, Helen B, & Maud E Eddie.
  2772. 1880 Census, St Louis Ward 24, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 55A. James A, Harriet B, John L, Bessie, Harry, Madge, Benjamin, Hellen, & Maud Eddie.
  2773. 1870 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 121A. James, Harriet, Mary, Sebastine, Louis, Harry, Elizabeth, & Maggie Eddy.
  2774. 1860 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 472. James A, Elisabeth, Mary L, & Sebastian Eddy.
  2775. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 13, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 112A. James A, Margaret, Helen B, & Maud E Eddie.
  2776. 1930 Census, Duncan, Stephens, Oklahoma, pg 66B. Ila & Marvin Eddins.
  2777. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Lamar, Texas.
  2778. 1911 Census, Subdistrict 11, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 13. Hirman N & Elizabeth A Edgley
    Francis Webster.
  2779. 1881 Canadian Census.
  2780. 1930 Census, District 4, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 84A. Nancy Eddington.
  2781. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 67A. William?, Nancy G, Luda B, Henry, & Benjamin (gson) Edington.
  2782. 1880 Census, District 12, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 457D. William, Elizabeth, Sandra, Harriet, William, Minny, John, & L....y Edington.
  2783. 1870 Census, District 5, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 400A. Wm, Elizabeth, Sarah, & Emma Edington.
  2784. 1900 Census, Precinct 5, Huerfano, Colorado, pg 217B. Alexander, Lillian, & Walter Edmestene.
  2785. 1880 Census, , Huerfano, Colorado, pg 198D. Alexander H, Martha S, Doctor WT, Roby M, Mary LE, Lorence S, Lily D, Frank L, & Henry H Edmisten.
  2786. 1870 Census, Upper Creek, Burke, North Carolina, pg 421A. Henderson, Martha S, Doctor WT, Kelley H, & Mary E Edmiston.
  2787. 1850 Census, Johns River, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 3B. James & Mary Edmonson.
  2788. 1860 Census, Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 174A. JM, Mary, & WWD Edmiston.
  2789. 1870 Census, Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 78B. James M, Mary, Wallae WD, & Caroline Edmonson.
  2790. 1880 Census, Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 612C. James & Mary Edmeton.
  2791. 1860 Census, Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 173B. John, Nancy, Milas, William, Mary, & Leander Edmeston.
  2792. 1910 Census, Flat Creek, Barry, Missouri, pg 56B. William P, Rachel M, Lewis C, John B, Carrie, Dovie, Fred W, Nina, & Roy Edmondson.
  2793. 1900 Census, Mineral Spring, Barry, Missouri, pg 202B. WP, AM, Louis, Buston, Agness, Fair, Carrie, Dove, Fred, & Niney Edmanson.
  2794. 1920 Census, Flat Creek, Barry, Missouri, pg 76A. William P, Rachl M, Lanis C, Dove L, Fred W, Nenie, & Roy G Edemsom.
  2795. 1860 Census, Johns River, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 100A. Milas, Caroline, John, & Nancy Edmiston.
  2796. 1900 Census, Quaker Meadow, Burke, North Carolina, pg 263A. Miles & Della A Edmonson
    Corra E (dau) & Clarence Berry.
  2797. 1880 Census, Quaker Meadow, Burke, North Carolina, pg 361B. Miles, Caroline, John W, Mary L, Elgan, Charles, Laura, Cora, Della, & Florence Edmonson.
  2798. 1870 Census, Lenoir, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 40A. Milas, Ann C, John W, Nancy E, Mary L, William E, Charles A, & Laura A Edmonson
    Lafayette Corpining.
  2799. 1900 Census, Quaker Meadow, Burke, North Carolina, pg 263A. Charles Edmonson.
  2800. 1900 Census, Civil District 11, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 153B. Robert L, Mary, Ashley, Florence E, Charlie L, William C, & Glen ?? Edmondson.
  2801. 1850 Census, Johns River, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 3B. Wm H, Elizabeth, Shuford, Idemine, & Robt Edmonson
    William & Malinda Fox.
  2802. 1860 Census, Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 174A. WH, Elizabeth, AS, Mary, & Robert Edmiston
    Malinda Fox
    William Bryant.
  2803. 1880 Census, Boone, Watauga, North Carolina, pg 334B. Harrison, Robert, & Clarentine (dinlaw) Edmonson
    Ruey Sanders
    Wiley Day.
  2804. 1850 Census, Johns River, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 3B. Wm, Nancy, Elizabeth, Milas, John, Nancy, & Henderson Edmonson.
  2805. 1860 Census, Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 173B. Wm, Nancy, & Henderson Edmeston.
  2806. 1880 Census, Boone, Watauga, North Carolina, pg 334B. Shuford, Charlotte, Farthing, Elexandra, Ann, Roby, & Frank Edmonson.
  2807. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Barry, Missouri.
  2808. SSDI, 498-28-2939.
  2809. David H Templin & Cherel Bolin Henderson, Stories in Stone Jefferson County Cemeteries Vol 1, pg 8. GARNER - Elizabeth Died 26 Mar 1854 55y 6m 13d; w/o John (broken).
  2810. 1870 Census, Jonesville, Lee, Virginia, pg 268A. Martha & Mary L Edsall
    Joseph Bewman.
  2811. 1930 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 64A. Mae C, Edward, & Alice Egan.
  2812. 1920 Census, Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 68A. Edward & May Egan.
  2813. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.
  2814. Minnesota Death Index, 1908 - 2002. Gives birth date as 1 Jan 1900.
  2815. SSDI, 482-01-3798.
  2816. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Des Moines, Polk, Iowa.
  2817. SSDI, 480-80-7004.
  2818. SSDI, 541-03-7069.
  2819. 1900 Census, Independence, Appanoose, Iowa, pg 36B. Theodore, Sarah J, Walter R, Lenord, & Frances E Elam.
  2820. 1910 Census, Echo, Umatilla, Oregon, pg 258A. Theodore D, Sarah J, Marie B, & Martin J Elam.
  2821. 1920 Census, La Grande, Union, Oregon, pg 142B. Sarah J & Martin JJC Elam.
  2822. 1930 Census, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, pg 164A. William D & Frankie Gragg
    Willard Anders (stepson)
    Walter Gragg (brother)
    Sarah J (mominlaw) & Martin J Elam.
  2823. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Benton, Oregon.
  2824. Kenneth and Margaret Mickelson, Known Descendants of John Elliff 1735-1800 of Chowan County North Carolina. . . Timbercreek LTD, pg 59.
  2825. Kenneth and Margaret Mickelson, Known Descendants of John Elliff 1735-1800 of Chowan County North Carolina. . ., pg 60.
  2826. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Houston, Texas.
  2827. SSDI, 453-01-0017.
  2828. 1910 Census, Houston, Harris, Texas, pg 124B. Lewis & Mattie Elledge
    Chas Duckworth (lodger).
  2829. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Harris, Texas, pg 178A. Louis, Mattie, & Roy (gson) Elledge.
  2830. 1930 Census, Pierce, Stone, Missouri, pg 193A. Edgar L, Dolia C, Charles L, Geneva M, Eugene, & Opal Ellington
    Martha J Pruitt (mominlaw).
  2831. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Lawrence, Missouri.
  2832. 1870 Census, Subdivision No 14, Bartow, Georgia, p 523. Sallie E. & Abigail Elrod.
  2833. 1900 Census, Chagris, Pickens, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 135A. George, Elizabeth, Joseph, Myrtle, Leander, Elbert, Lena, & Arthur, Emberlin.
  2834. 1910 Census, Brady, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 21B. Lee L, Leona, Doil & Noah Emberlin.
  2835. 1920 Census, Brady, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 16A. Leona, Doyle, Noel, & Birtha Emberlin.
  2836. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Curry, New Mexico.
  2837. 1920 Census, Hollene, Curry, New Mexico, pg 113A. Tennisee & Leona P Lovett
    Lee Emberlem (hired man).
  2838. 1930 Census, Delhi, Beckham, Oklahoma, pg 53B. LL, Leona, Ruth, & Jesse Lee Emberlin.
  2839. SSDI, 444-10-2915.
  2840. Obituary, Oklahoman - June 2, 1956. DOYLE R. EMBERLIN
    Pauls Valley: Services for DOYLE R. EMBERLIN, 48 year old Pauls Valley resident, will be held Saturday at the Stufflebean Funeral Chapel. Brother FLOYD WEST will conduct the services and burial will be at Mount Olivet Cemetery.

    Emberlin was born April 16, 1908 in Oklahoma and died May 31 in the Veterans Hospital in Oklahoma City. He had been employed by the Pauls Valley water department for several years.

    Survivors are his wife, MARY of Pauls Valley, one daughter Miss GERALDINE of the home, his mother, Mrs. LEONA EMBERLIN of Pauls Valley, one brother, NOEL EMBERLIN of Oklahoma City, a half sister, Miss RUTH WARE of Okmulgee, and a half-brother, JESSE EMBERLIN of Odessa, Texas.
    .

  2841. SSDI, 440-52-7611.
  2842. Obituary, The Sapulpa Daily Herald - December 11, 2006. Ruth O. Ware of Sapulpa died Saturday in the Cimarron Point Care Center in Mannford at the age of 86.

    Mrs. Ware was born March 11, 1920 in Clovis, N.M. and had lived in Sapulpa since 1959.

    She retired from the Bartlett Memorial Medical Center where she had been a cook.

    She was a member of the South Heights Baptist Church.

    She was preceded in death by her husband William Neally Ware, Sr. in 1978, her parents Lee and Leona Emberlin, daughter Marie Ware, brothers Jesse, Noel and Dole Emberlin.

    Survivors are her children, Robert Ware and wife Elvia from San Dimas, Calif. and William Ware Jr. and wife Dena of Olive, OK; 13 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services for Mrs. Ware have been set for 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Smith Funeral Chapel with the Reverend Todd White officiating.

    Serving as casket bearers will be Troy Ware, Craig Ware, Dewayne Garland, Troy Compton, Ronnie Rehorn and Matthew Rehorn.

    Interment will follow in the South Heights Cemetery. Smith Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

  2843. SSDI, 447-28-8091.
  2844. SSDI, 441-20-2780.
  2845. 1930 Census, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 38A. Roy E, Marble A, & Opal D Enloe.
  2846. SSDI, 489-42-9400.
  2847. 1900 Census, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 179A. SW, Elizabeth, Pearl, & Herman Enloe.
  2848. 1910 Census, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 262A. Samuel W & Lizzie B Enloe.
  2849. 1920 Census, Harrison, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 18A. Samuel W & Elizabeth Enloe
    Floyd N Miller (serv).
  2850. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 263B. Samuel W & Nancy K Enloe.
  2851. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 560-09-2538.
  2852. 1910 Census, Miller Twp, Seminole, Oklahoma, pg 188A. Oscar & Jean Ensslin.
  2853. 1920 Census, Colorado, Mitchell, Texas, pg 28A. Oscar, Jone, Madeline, Carol, Roy, & Vera Ensslin.
  2854. 1930 Census, Porterville, Tulare, California, pg 232A. Oscar F, Jean, Carl ?, Roy M, Vera A & Franklin O Ensslin
    B, Madeline A, & James Leroy Corkill.
  2855. SSDI, 553-03-7674.
  2856. Obituary, Fresno Bee Republican - October 31, 1935. YOUNG WORKER KILLED ON ROAD NEAR FAMOSA

    Roy Ensslin, 20, Porterville, Found Dying On Highway After Traffic Tragedy

    BAKERSFIELD (Kern Co.) Oct. 31 - Roy Ensslin, 20, Porterville cotton picker, died in the Kern General Hospital shortly after 8 o'clock this morning from injuries suffered last night on the Porterville Cut-Off near Famosa, where he is believed to have fallen to the pavement from some vehicle and to have been run over by several other vehicles.

    Young Ensslin, his body horribly mangled was found lying in the middle of the road by F.E. Gibson and Homer Ulery, whose truck almost ran over him before Gibson saw him and swerved the vehicle to the side of the highway. They rushed him to the hospital here, where it was found that his body and chest had been crushed and his legs broken.

    Captain Roy Galven of the California Highway Patrol expressed the opinion the youth fell off a vehicle in which he was traveling and subsequently was run over by other vehicles. The case also was investigated by Tobe Stinter of the highway patrol.

    The youth, a native of Oklahoma is survived by his father, Oscar Ensslin of Porterville, and two brothers and two sisters, also of Porterville. His mother died a year ago. He was educated in the local grammar school and recently had been engaged picking cotton in southern Tulare County.

    John Kennedy,an aged local man is in the Kern General Hospital today with serious injuries suffered last night when he was struck by a hit-run driver on East Nineteenth Street.

    The coroner's office announced to-day twelve of the thirty-one violent or sudden deaths that occurred in Kern County during October were the result of traffic accidents.

  2857. SSDI, 556-24-8502.
  2858. SSDI, 462-24-0070.
  2859. 1900 Census, Township 5, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 239A. Otto, Susan, Theodore, Oscar & Paul Enslen.
  2860. 1910 Census, Allen Twp, Pontotoc, Oklahoma, pg 55A. Otto, Mary S, Theodore G, Cordelia (dinlaw) & Paul O Enslen
    Hattie R Jones (ward).
  2861. 1920 Census, Farris, Atoka, Oklahoma, pg 266A. Emil O, Mary S & Paul O Ensslin
    Hattie E Jones (dau)
    Thodore G, Essie J, Trissie E, & Edrie Bell Ensslin.
  2862. 1930 Census, Porterville, Tulare, California, pg 219B. Theadore G, Pearl L, Ezra H, Dorothy, Lois M, Alberta P, Theodora, James E, Lois T, & Eidrebell Ensslin.
  2863. SSDI, 562-36-5885.
  2864. Obituary. Hershell Grafton Eskue

    February 21, 1920 - November 9, 2006

    Paid Obituary

    Hershell was born in Point, Texas, son of Stephen and Lillian Eskue. He attended schools in Rains County. In 1938, as a teenager, Hershell joined the Civilian Conservation Corps, working in Arizona and Colorado, building national parks and performing erosion control jobs. Hershell then served in the U.S. Army Pacific campaigns of World War II. He was awarded he Bronze Star and also received the Purple Heart for wounds received on Munda Island in the New Georgia Islands.

    Upon completion of military service, Hershell married Mildred Lemke of Adrian, TX and began his career as a lithograph printing press operator at Hill Printing and Stationery in Waco, TX. He then came to Bryan, TX where he was employed at A&M Press, retiring in 1975. Hershell continued to serve the people of Brazos County as a farrier for 20 years.

    Hershell was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church where he enjoyed playing guitar and singing in a quartet for many years. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, trail rides and RVing. He took great pride in producing vegetables in his annual garden to share with everyone. Nothing pleased him more than a spirited game of "42".

    Hershell is survived by Mildred, his loving wife of 63 years; two daughters and one son-in-law, Virginia Garrett and Linda and Bobby Grue of Bryan; two sons and two daughters-in-law, Kenneth and Sandra Loveless, College Station and Jerry and Alma Sue Eskue, Crockett, TX; 11 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Margoritt Neece, Maybank, TX; one brother, Bill Eskue, Mesquite, TX; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

    Services for Hershell Eskue of Bryan will be Monday, November 13, 2006, at 2 PM at Memorial Funeral Chapel, 1515 S. College Ave., Bryan, TX, with Charlie Ray officiating. Burial will follow at Rest Ever Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 4-7 PM at Memorial Funeral Chapel, Bryan.

    Memorials may be made to Wesley United Methodist Church, 4201 N. Texas Ave., Bryan, TX.

  2865. Obituary. Mildred Lemke Eskue, 92, passed away November 14, 2009 in Bryan, Texas. Visitation will be 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday, November 17 at Memorial Funeral Chapel in Bryan, followed by funeral services at 2 p.m. with Rev. Sam Cutrone and Charles Ray officiating. Interment will follow at Rest-Ever Memorial Park Cemetery in Bryan.

    Mildred was blessed with a long and full life. She was born April 5, 1917 in Adrian, Texas to Ella Plumb Lemke and Victor Stanley Edward Lemke. She was married 63 years to Hershell Grafton Eskue until his death in 2006. Mildred retired after 20 years as cafeteria manager at Fannin School in Bryan. She enjoyed airplanes, fishing, trail rides, music, camp outs, and a game of "42". She spent many years as a hospital and gift shop volunteer. During World War II, she worked in a bomb factory tightening bands on bombs; she delivered milk by truck, drove a city bus, and helped on the farm. She was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church in Bryan.

    Survivors include two sons, Kenneth Loveless and wife, Sandra of College Station and Jerry Eskue and wife, Alma Sue of Crockett; two daughters, Virginia Garrett, of Bryan and Linda Grue and husband, Bobby of Bryan; 11 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; 13 great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Frances Stinnett and numerous nephews, nieces, and friends.

  2866. SSDI, 558-16-9682.
  2867. Obituary, Modesto Bee, The (CA) - Thursday, September 28, 2000 . GENE ESTEP
    June 18, 1924 -- Sept. 26, 2000

    Gene Estep, 76, of Modesto died Tuesday at his home in Modesto.

    Mr. Estep was a native of Texas. He lived in Modesto 19 years. He was a heavy-equipment operator for 45 years, working out of Operating Engineers union Local 3. He was an Army veteran.

    He is survived by his children, Dale Estep of Arkansas, Randy Estep of Temecula, John Estep of Salinas and Judy Lindsay of Modesto; sister, Wanda McWilliams of Pleasant Grove; and one grandchild and four great-grandchildren.

    A memorial service will be at 4 p.m. Friday at Lake Don Pedro Baptist Church. No visitation. Oakdale Memorial Chapel, Oakdale, in charge of arrangements.

    Remembrances may be made to Lake Don Pedro Baptist Church, 4175 Abeto, La Grange 95329.
    .

  2868. 1930 Census, Asheville, Buncombe, North Carolina, pg 235A. Connie M & Glanys I Estes.
  2869. 1850 Census, 90th Dist, Saline, Missouri, pg 24. George Estes.
  2870. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Drew, Arkansas.
  2871. SSDI, 431-14-5417.
  2872. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Jefferson, Oklahoma.
  2873. SSDI, 446-01-5241.
  2874. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite, The (Ardmore, OK) - Sunday, July 15, 2001 . RINGLING -- Services for Ida Mae Richardson, 90, will be 10 a.m. Monday at First Baptist Church with Ronnie Carroll and the Rev. Mike Williams officiating. Interment will follow at Ringling Memorial Cemetery.

    Born Jan. 23, 1911, at Orr to Charlie and Tiny Horn Evans, she died July 11, 2001, at Ringling. She married Albert R. Richardson Sept. 6, 1934, at Waurika. He preceded her in death April 19, 1988.

    A lifelong resident of the Ringling and Orr area, she was a member of First Baptist Church since the closing of Centerpoint Church.

    Survivors include two sons, Marion Richardson, Orr, and Leon Richardson, Burneyville; three daughters, Virginia Roberts, Kerrville, Texas, and Patsy Gilley and Mamie Gunn, both of Azle, Texas; three sisters, Annie Carroll and Myrtle Abshire, both of Ringling, and Rosie Freeman, Healdton; one brother, Fred Evans, New Martindale, W.Va.; 17 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.

    Bearers are Ronald Johnson, Kent Gilley, Joshua Richardson, Chad Gilley, David Admire and Jeffrey Admire.
    .

  2875. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite, The (Ardmore, OK) - Monday, March 14, 2005 . RINGLING -- Services for Myrtle Lee Abshire, 89, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Church of Jesus Christ Gospel Tabernacle in Ringling with the Rev. Jimmy Morris and grandson Phillip Coy Abshire officiating. Interment will be in Ringling Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Alexander Funeral Home, Ringling.

    Born May 7, 1915, to the late Charley and Tiny ( Horn ) Evans in Atlee, she died March 12, 2005, in Healdton. She was preceded in death by her husband, Coy Abshire, on May 16, 1974.

    She was also preceded in death by both parents; a daughter-in-law, Lawanda Faye Abshire; three sisters, Sis Underwood, Ida Richardson and Ruby Hall; and four brothers, Oscar, David, Eddie and Fred Evans. A lifelong resident of the Ringling area, the former Myrtle Lee Evans was united in marriage to Coy Abshire on Sept. 24, 1934 in Ringling and to this union was born four sons and one daughter.Myrtle had worked at the 70 Cafe and the Pit in Ringling, but had been employed by Healdton Hospital the longest period oftime. She was a long-time member of the Gospel Tabernacle Church in Ringling.

    Survivors include her children, Oliver Cleo and wife, Nancy Abshire, Lucerne Valley, Calif., Billy Ray Abshire, Camp Fair, Mo., Coy Leroy and wife, Marjorie Abshire, Ringling, Jerry Dewayne and wife, Charlene Abshire, Ringling and Tammy Jean Martin and friend, Henry Norton, Ringling; 17 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Annie Carroll, Marietta and Rosa Freeman, Healdton.

    Pall bearers will be Jerry Jordan, Nicholas Kane Abshire, Billy Ray Abshire Jr., Mickey Abshire, Cody Abshire, Nicholas Ray Abshire, Steven Camplain and Jerry Embrick.

    Honorary bearers are Aaron Underwood, Marion Richardson, Leonard Evans, Toss McMillen, Charles Cain and Stanley Hudson.

  2876. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite, The (Ardmore, OK) - Monday, March 22, 2010 . RINGLING - Funeral services for Mrs. Annie L. ( Evans ) Carroll, 92, of Ringling will be at 2 p.m.

    Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at The Christ Tabernacle Church in Marietta with Rev. Curt Green and Rev. Stephen Carroll officiating.

    Interment will follow at Ringling Memorial Cemetery in Ringling. Services are under the direction of Alexander Funeral Home in Ringling.

    Annie was born June 19, 1917 in Grady, the 8th of 10 children to the late Mr. Charlie Evans and Mrs. Tiny ( Horn) Evans. She departed this life Sunday, March 21, 2010 in Marietta.

    Annie was raised in Atlee, attending school there and later attended Ringling school. There was no church in the Atlee area and she looked forward to the brush arbor meetings conducted by Brother Terry Morris and it was at such a meeting in Cornish that Annie made a confession of faith and was straightway baptized in Howard's Lake in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sin. This started her journey of more than sixty five years of living for Christ. Because of His amazing grace we can say "Oh grave where is your victory, Oh death where is your sting."

    Annie was a devoted wife, a loving mother and fiercely protective of her grandchildren. Annie and Mr. Buddy Carroll were united in marriage July 27, 1940 and from this union 3 children were born.

    She was an avid quilter and loved to sing gospel music.

    Preceding her in death are her husband, Buddy Carroll, an infant daughter, Deloris Carroll, 4 brothers, David, Eddie,Oscar and Fred Evans, 4 sisters, Ruby Hall, Lula Underwood, Ida Richardson and Myrtle Abshire and a son-in-law, Robert Randall Edwards.

    Survivors include son Rev. Ronnie Carroll and wife Rosalee of Marietta, daughter, Martha Edwards of Ringling, a precious sister, Rosa Freeman of Healdton, 4 grandchildren, Rhonda Lumry, Stephen Carroll, Jason Carroll and Todd Edwards, 2 great grandchildren, Rebecca and Caleb Carroll and many nieces and nephews.

    Pallbearers will be Jason Carroll, Mark Lumry, Todd Edwards, Coy Abshire, Randy Freeman and Lavon Smith.

    Honorary bearers will be nieces and nephews.

    Family visitation will be Monday, March 22, 2010 from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home in Ringling.

    A book of memories has been established at www.alexanderfuneralhome.org for condolences and remembrances.

  2877. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 152A. Charles W, Malvina, & Sallie Evans.
  2878. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 55B. Mal...a, Sally, John, & Ben Evens.
  2879. 1930 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 193A. Frank P & Allie A Evans
    Imogene T (dau) & Thomas J Rose.
  2880. SSDI, 410-64-2992.
  2881. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 70B. Henry, Martha, Nellie, Chalie, Beulah, & Clay Evans.
  2882. 1920 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 75B. Henry, Martha, Charlie, Bulah, & Clay Evans.
  2883. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 96A. Jessee, Eliza J, Nancy J, Kate, Anda J, Amanda E, Lurittie, Harvey R, & Hattie B Evans.
  2884. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 175B. Jesse, Martha, Jesse Jr, Eliza (dauinlaw), Rosa (gdau), Daniel (gson), Nancy (gdau), & Katy Evans
    Faith Parker (boarder)
    Thom Hodges (boarder).
  2885. 1850 Census, 7th SubDistrict, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 246. Jessee, Martha, Thomas, Nancy, Mary, Henry, Sarah, Richard, Pryor, Elizabeth, Martha & Jessee Evans.
  2886. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 96A. Thomas J, Martha, George, Johnny, Co???y P (gdau), Laura M (gdau), & Nellie (gdau) Evans.
  2887. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 268B. Thomas, Nancy, Martha, George, Wiley, Henry, Louisa, Sarah, & Thomas J Evans.
  2888. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 167A. Thomas, Nancy, Martha, George, Henry, Louisa, Sarah, & TJ Evans.
  2889. 1860 Census, Subdivision 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 320B. Thomas, Nancy, Martha, George, Wiley, & Henry Evans.
  2890. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 96A. Pryor L, Fanny, Frank, Sarah J, Martha E, Mary L, Margart C, Nora A, Lucy A, & Pryor Lee Evans.
  2891. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 167A. PL, Fanny, Sam, James B, John J, PL, Sarah J, Martha E, Mary L, & Marrgret Evans.
  2892. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Carroll, Tennessee.
  2893. 1920 Census, Civil District 23, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 247A. John G, Josie H, Joseph E, Rosalee, James D, & William M Evans.
  2894. 1910 Census, 13-Dist, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 101B. John G, Jassie H, & Joseph E Evans.
  2895. 1910 Census, 24-Dist, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 206B. John T, Josie P, & Cola E Evans.
  2896. 1920 Census, Civil District 24, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 256A. John A, Jasephine, & Colie Ethel Evans
    ?ubois Brinkley (nephew).
  2897. 1930 Census, District 82-279, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, pg 196A. Joseph C, Isobel E, Thelma E, & Charles Evans.
  2898. 1881 Canadian Census, Turnberry, Huron North, Ontario, Canada, pg 50. Thomas, Elizabeth, & Charles H Evans.
  2899. 1900 Census, Detroit Ward 14, Wayne, Michigan, pg 274B. Thomas, Elizabeth, Gorden R, & Joseph CL Evans
    Jane Barber (boarder).
  2900. 1910 Census, Detroit Ward 10, Wayne, Michigan, pg 220B. Thomas, Elizabeth M, & Joseph CL Evans
    Jane Barber (aunt).
  2901. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 110B. John, Della, Mattie A, William E, Maggie E, & George (bro) Evans.
  2902. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 167A. Wyly, Mary L, & Nancy J (dead) Evans.
  2903. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 96A. Wiley, Manda E, & Hassie K Evans
    John Marton (servant)
    John Thacker (servant).
  2904. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 96A. Thomas J, Rosa, William B, Horace G, Minni E, & Docia J Evans.
  2905. 1880 Census, Gaines, Genesee, Michigan, pg 274B. Wm, Evaline, Elwin, Solon, George, Emma, Edward, Frank, Rosa, Charles, & Melvin Evans
    Jennie (stepdau), Franklin (stepson), Alase (stepdauinlaw), & Mateland (gdau) Jones.
  2906. 1870 Census, Gaines, Genesee, Michigan, pg 251B. William, Esther, Herbert, Solon, George, Edward, Frank, & Rosa Evons.
  2907. 1860 Census, Gaines, Genesee, Michigan, pg 349. William, Esther, Herbert, Solm, & George Evans.
  2908. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 10A. Aaron, Martha J, Katie, Martha F, & Benjamin R Ewing.
  2909. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 142B. Martha J, Mattie F, & Benjamin R Ewing
    Elbert A (soninlaw) & Katie E (dau) Parker.
  2910. 1860 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 460. Aaron & Mary Ewing.
  2911. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 276A. Mattie Ewing (boarder).
  2912. 1880 Census, , Shelby, Tennessee, pg 45C. Joseph, Sarah, Louella, & Minnie G Farrell
    John Jacobs (servant)
    William & __________ Good.
  2913. 1870 Census, Jackson, Hinds, Mississippi, pg 724A. Joseph, Sarah A, Mary E, Jonanna, Luella, Joseph, & Minnie Farrell
    Michael Farrelly.
  2914. 1860 Census, Township 4 Range 1 W, Perry, Illinois, sheet 23. Joseph, Sarah A, Mary E, Joanna, Luella, & Joseph Farrell.
  2915. 1930 Census, Vallejo, Sonoma, California, pg 268B. Louis, Marie, Anna, & Louise Fehler.
  2916. 1920 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 22B. Wiford J, Florence E, Cecil M, & Nancy M Fenton.
  2917. 1930 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 245A. Wilbur J, Florence E, & Wilford J Fenton.
  2918. SSDI, 486-68-5378.
  2919. Obituary, Columbia Daily Tribune (MO) - Thursday, November 14, 2002 . Nancy Marie Current, 90, of Sturgeon died Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2002, at Heritage Hall Nursing Center in Centralia.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at Fenton Funeral Chapel in Centralia with the Rev. David Hartgrove officiating. Burial will be in Chapel Grove Cemetery in Clark. Visitation will be from 1 p.m. to time of services Friday at the funeral home.

    Mrs. Current was born June 1, 1912, in Hennessey, Okla., to Wilford and Florence Griggs Fenton.

    She was a homemaker and attended Assembly of God Church in Centralia.

    Survivors include two sons, Raymond Current of Delta, Colo., and Darril Current of Sturgeon; two daughters, Geneva Snyder of Bakersfield, Calif., and Darline Swindell of Clark; a brother, W.M. "Sonny"Fenton of Columbia; 12 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

    She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Joe Current; and a sister, Cecil Smith.

  2920. SSDI, 494-22-7014.
  2921. Obituary, Columbia Daily Tribune (MO) - Tuesday, March 13, 2007 . Wilford "Sonny" Martin Fenton, 81, of Columbia, formerly of Sturgeon, died Monday, March 12, 2007, at Audrain Medical Center in Mexico, Mo.

    Services are at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 15, at Fenton Funeral Chapel in Centralia, officiated by the Rev. Robert McCutcheon, pastor at Sturgeon Baptist Church. Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. until time of service Thursday at Fenton Funeral Chapel. Interment will be at Chapel Grove Cemetery in Clark.

    He was born March 1, 1926, in Boone County, the son of Wilford Jasper and Florence Ellen Griggs Fenton.

    On Feb. 20, 1982, he was married Freda M. Foley in Sturgeon, and she survives.

    He was a member of Sturgeon Baptist Church and was past master of Sturgeon Masonic Lodge No. 174 AF&AM He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II for two years, from January 1944 to 1946.

    Sonny was a law enforcement officer, serving as sheriff's deputy of Boone County and chief of police for the city of Sturgeon.

    Other survivors include a stepdaughter, Sabra Murphy, her husband, Jim, and their family of Columbia; and several nieces and nephews.

    He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Nancy Current and Cecil May Smith.

    Pallbearers are Darren Swindell, Donnie Bradley, Gary Bradley, Jim Murphy, Jim Powell and Dean Connolly.

  2922. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - March 19, 1969. Mrs. Strange, of Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Mary Ann Strange, 79, od Eldon, died Monday at a nursing home in Versailles. She was born July 3, 1889 at Bagnell, the daughter of James O. and Elizabeth Cotten Ferguson.

    She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Geneva Dieckman, Eldon, and Mrs. Donalta Strode, Lowery City; four sons: Wilbert Strange, Van Nuys, Calif., Floyd Strange, El Monte, Calif., Lloyd Strange, Monterey Park, Calif., and Glennwood Strange, Van Nuys, Calif.; one brother Joseph Ferguson, Richmond, Kan.; one sister, Mrs. Lula Polly, California; and one half-brother, Samuel Allen, Eldon; 17 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., Friday, at the First Baptist Church, Eldon with the Rev. James Ryan officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery.
    .

  2923. 1930 Census, Township 4, Haakon, South Dakota, pg. Edwin, Jessie, Kanneth, Lois-ad, & Doane Fessenden.
  2924. 1920 Census, Township 4, Haakon, South Dakota, pg 12A. Edwin T, Jessie V, Keneth P, & Loas A Fessenden.
  2925. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Haakon, South Dakota.
  2926. SSDI, 504-20-1906.
  2927. SSDI, 504-05-9863.
  2928. Obituary, Rocky Mountain News (CO) - Tuesday, June 26, 2001 . KENNETH P. FESSENDEN, 90, of Englewood died June 16. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 28, at First Presbyterian Church, Englewood.Mr. Fessenden was born in Hurley, S.D., on Oct. 23, 1910. He married Louise Snyder, 1948. He was in the Army during World War II.He was an electrical and systems engineer in the aerospace industry. He was a member of the National Rifle Association and the Mars Photo Club. Survivors include his wife; daughters Linda Wenger of Wiggins and Alice Hanson, Broomfield; sister Lois Stockland of South Dakota; brother Doane of Texas; four grandchildren.
  2929. SSDI, 441-18-4881.
  2930. Obituary, Capital Journal (Pierre, SD) - Friday, December 10, 2010 . July 24, 1918 -Dec. 8, 2010 Lois Arlee ( Fessenden ) Stockland, 92, of Wakonda, died peacefully on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010, at the Sister James Care Center (Yankton), surrounded by her family.

    Previously, Lois resided at the Sunrise Apartments for 15 years, where she had many cherished friends.

    Visitation is from 5 -8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 10, at the Opsahl-Kostel Funeral Home and Crematory in Yankton, with a 7p.m. prayer service. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 11, at the United Church of Christ in Wakonda with the Rev. Elaine Miller officiating.

    Following the funeral, burial services will be at the rural Union Cemetery southwest of Wakonda. Visitations will resume one hour prior to the service at the church.

    Lois was born July 24, 1918, near Canova to Ms. Mae Gates (mother) and Royal Harvey (father) but was adopted at 1-month old from the Sioux Falls Children Home by her adoptive mother, Mrs. Jessie Vail Fessenden, who was accompanied by her son.

    Upon adoption, Lois, her brother Kenneth Fessenden, and her mother traveled across South Dakota for several days by train to Philip, where she was wrapped in newspaper and presented to her adoptive father, Edwin (Ned) Fessenden.

    Lois grew up on a ranch near Phillip and attended Lucerne No. 46 Country Grade School. She attended Pierre High School. Lois sold three horses to pay for her enrollment in the Nettleton Commercial College in Sioux Falls.

    Following graduation and while working in Brookings, Lois met and married Harold C. Stockland, where Harold co-owned and managed the Brookings Meat Locker Plant. After several years, Harold and Lois sold the Meat Locker Plant to their partner and moved to Harold's farm north of Wakonda.

    Lois was very active in the Wakonda community. She loved gardening, feeding birds and was an accomplished player of the piano and organ. She regularly sang for the Wakonda United Church of Christ and traveled with the Sweet Adeline Chorus.She was an active member of the Wakonda Ladies'Aid, the Wakonda Garden Club and the North Star Extension Club.

    In the mid-1970s, Lois was selected as the South Dakota "Mother of the Year." She traveled extensively during her retirement, visiting 48 of the 50 states. Never shying from adventure, Lois snorkeled off the coast of Hawaii in her late 70s and tried snowboarding in her 80s.

    Lois was preceded in death by her four "natural and adoptive" parents; her older brother, Kenneth Fessenden; Harold Stockland, her husband of 45 years; son, Harold Lane (d. 1967 at age 13); daughter-in-law, Eileen Stockland; and son-in-law, David Swier.

    Lois is remembered by her younger brother, Doane Fessenden, of Dallas; and her seven surviving children, Roger Stockland and special friend Carol Mayer, of Wakonda, Ellen (Richard) Slowey, of Yankton, Orville (Sara) Stockland, of Middletown, Md., Charles (Suzanne) Stockland, of Wakonda, Susan (Don) Olson,of Colton, Cynthia Swier of Hartford, and Kay (Dan) Swihart, of Corinth, Texas; 25 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren and one on the way; plus numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

  2931. 1900 Census, St Charles, St Charles, Missouri, pg 232B. Douglas, Madge, Mary, Maurice, Douglas, & Margaret Marten
    Margret S Fielding (mom).
  2932. 1860 Census, St Charles, St Charles, Missouri, pg 782. Joseph E, Margaret, Fanny, Maggie, & Olynthus G Fielding.
  2933. 1900 Census, Civil District 7, Obion, Tennessee, pg 112A. Horace H, Eva, Ira, Eay, Mary, & Malcalm Fields.
  2934. 1900 Census, Wilson, Putnam, Missouri, pg 158B. W???, Dorcas, Arty, Mossy W, Eadith W, & Tenna O Fightmaster.
  2935. 1910 Census, Wilson, Putnam, Missouri, pg 258A. George W, Dorcas, Maud M, Edith M, Opal L, & Marie Fightmaster.
  2936. 1900 Census, Wilson, Putnam, Missouri, pg 158B. William H, Mary E, Julian, Harrson H, & Peter N Fightmaster.
  2937. 1910 Census, Wilson, Putnam, Missouri, pg 258B. Joseph J, Mary M, Martha A, & William D Fightmaster.
  2938. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Livingston, Illinois.
  2939. SSDI, 504-03-0660.
  2940. SSDI, 503-12-1388.
  2941. Obituary, The News-Review (Douglas County, Oregon) - November 28, 2010. LaVonne Dora Fiksdal

    Stepped into heaven on November 24, 2010 at age 91. She was born May 11, 1919 in Clark, South Dakota, only child to Henry and Elna Knocke. In 1951, she moved to Roseburg, Oregon with her husband, Bert Fiksdal, and daughter Sharon. She took her role as wife and mother seriously and created a loving home for her family the way God intended. She was a 60 year member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Roseburg.

    Survivors include daughter Sharon and husband Leon Hambrick of Sutherlin, Oregon; granddaughter Pam Ziolkowski of Roseburg; great granddaughters Erika Krieg and her young daughter, Sway Marie of Creswell; Kayla Ziolkowski of Portland.

    Proceeded in death is her husband, Bert Fiksdal; grandson Brad Hambrick and great grandson-in-law Blake Krieg.

    Special thanks to her doctors, Hospice and the caring staff at Chantele's Loving Touch Memory Care in Sutherlin for everything they did for LaVonne. There will be no service.

    ‘Just as I am, without one plea But that Thy blood was shed for me

    And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee, O Lamb of God, I come, I come. Amen.'
    .

  2942. SSDI, 572-01-7527.
  2943. Obituary, www.fiksdalfuneral.com. Name:
    Blanche Fiksdal

    Dates:
    Birth date: August 06, 1917
    Death date: September 02, 2007

    Obituary: BRISTOL- Blanche Fiksdal, 90 of Bristol formerly of Webster, died Sunday September 2, 2007 at Sun Dial Manor in Bristol. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 A.M., Thursday, September 6th at Christ the King Catholic Church in Webster. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 P.M. Wednesday at Fiksdal Funeral Service in Webster then continuing at the church with a wake service at 7:30 P.M. Visit Fiksdalfuneral.com to sign guest book.Blanche Elizabeth Maloney was born on Monday, August 6, 1917 to Thomas and Nellie (Burke) Maloney at Webster, South Dakota. She was baptized and confirmed in the Catholic faith. She attended country school and graduated from Lily High School in 1934. After high school she worked at the Coney Island Café in Webster. On November 22, 1938 she married Byron (Odell) Fiksdal at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Bristol, South Dakota. After their marriage the couple made their home south of Webster where they farmed. She stayed home as a farm wife to raise their five children. She also worked as a clerk at several businesses in Webster including the Deep Rock Café, Nerger’s Department Store and Jack & Jill. Mr. Fiksdal passed away in 1991. In 1993 she moved to the Pleasant View Apartments in Webster, and in 2000 to Sun Dial Manor in Bristol.She was a member of the Extension Club, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Lily where she was active in Altar Society and Choir, and later after the Lily church closed she became a member of Christ the King Catholic Church in Webster where she was active in Altar Society. The couple enjoyed square dancing and she enjoyed baking, fishing, sewing, and spending time with her family. Blanche passed away at Bristol, South Dakota at the age of 90 years and 27 days.Survivors include: two sons; Larry (Molly) Fiksdal of Brainard, MN.; Bruce (Melissa) Fiksdal of Crooks, SD; three daughters; Alice Stevens of Sioux Falls, SD, Della (Ronald) Hinze of Showlow, AZ; Dorothy (Ronald) Benson of Bristol, SD; two brothers: Melvin (Arlene) Maloney of Puyallop, WA; John (Dorothy) Maloney of Marshall, IL, 15 grandchildren, 29 greatgrandchildren, and three great-greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, one brother James Maloney, one sister Marcella Maloney, and one son-in-law Marvin Stevens.

  2944. 1920 Census, Wallace, Codington, South Dakota, pg 7B. Emil M, Alma, Mads, Edward, & Lillian Fiksdal.
  2945. SSDI, 475-34-5457.
  2946. 1920 Census, Wheatland, Day, South Dakota, pg 65A. John, Olga B, Martin, Obert, & Julian Fiksdal.
  2947. 1930 Census, Wheatland, Day, South Dakota, pg 166A. John, Olga B, Martin, Obert, Julian, Leonel & Inger Anna (mom) Fiksdal.
  2948. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 503-09-4890.
  2949. 1910 Census, Barthold, Perkins, South Dakota, pg 59B. John, Olga, & Martin Fiksdal.
  2950. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 555-16-7635.
  2951. SSDI, 503-09-3276.
  2952. SSDI, 556-18-4004.
  2953. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 564-05-6132.
  2954. Obituary. Gladys Fiksdal -- Rochester

    Wed, Sep 7, 2005


    ROCHESTER -- A memorial service for Gladys Fiksdal will be at 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 1, in Zumbro Lutheran Church in Rochester, with the Rev. Gary Benson and several other clergy officiating. A private graveside service was conducted in Oakwood Cemetery.

    Mrs. Fiksdal, 91, a resident of Maple Manor Nursing Home in Rochester, died Monday (Sept. 5, 2005) at Saint Marys Hospital, following an emergency operation.

    Gladys Engstrom was born Aug. 4, 1914, on a farm near Alexandria, Minn. On June 24, 1935, she married Mads Fiksdal; he died in 1986. Along with Mr. Fiksdal's brother, they established Fiksdal Flowers and the Fiksdal Motel, both across Second Street Southwest from Saint Marys Hospital. For many years, she was also active in the Saint Marys Hospital Auxiliary, Rochester Symphony Orchestra, the Rochester Art Center and Zumbro Lutheran Church.

    Survivors include two daughters, June Fiksdal (Merrill) Davis of Rochester and Cynthia (Wolfgang) Balzer of Weinheim, Germany; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

    Memorials are preferred to the Music Ministry of Zumbro Lutheran Church.

    Ranfranz & Vine Funeral Homes of Rochester is in charge of arrangements.

  2955. SSDI, 556-18-4055.
  2956. World War I Draft Registration Cards. , Day, South Dakota - Olaf Fiksdal b. 22 Mar 1888 in Fiksdal, Norway
    , Clark, South Dakota - Olaf M Fiksdal b. 13 Jul 1888 in Webster,, South Dakota.
  2957. 1910 Census, Barthold Pct, Perkins, South Dakota, pg 59B. Olaf Fiksdal.
  2958. 1920 Census, Blaine, Clark, South Dakota, pg 98A. Olaf, Alida, Marvel, & Odell Fiksdal.
  2959. 1930 Census, Blaine, Clark, South Dakota, pg 140B. Olaf, Alida, Marvel, B Odell, & Franklin B Fiksdahl.
  2960. SSDI, 503-40-7838.
  2961. SSDI, 537-10-2978.
  2962. Obituary, www.fiksdalfuneral.com. Name:
    Franklin Fiksdal

    Dates:
    Birth date: January 20, 1927
    Death date: January 04, 2006

    Obituary:WEBSTER- Franklin Fiksdal, 78 of Webster died on Wednesday, January 4, 2006 at Bethesda Home in Webster. Memorial services will be at 2:00 P.M. Monday, January 16, 2006 at the Heritage Village Chapel, Rev. Steve Hargis officiating. Burial of Mr. Fiksdal’s cremains will be at a later date in St. Pauli Lutheran Cemetery near Wallace. Fiksdal Funeral Service of Webster is in charge of the arrangements. Franklin Benjamin Fiksdal was born on Thursday, January 20, 1927 to Olaf and Alida (Swanson) Fiksdal on a farm in Blaine Township, Clark County, South Dakota east of Lily. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Pauli Lutheran Church near Wallace. He attended country school near his home. After receiving his education he began farming with his parents on the family farm. He entered the U.S. Army and served in Korea during the Korean Conflict. After his discharge he returned to the family farm. On July 13, 1955 he married Mary Jane Gusenius at Bethesda Lutheran Church in Bristol. After their marriage the couple made their home on the Fiksdal family farm. In 1972 they sold the farm and moved to Watertown where Franklin worked for Watertown Insulation and purchased the water delivery business from Culligan. In 1976 they moved to Cody, Wyoming and in 1981 they purchased Iverson Sanitation. He retired in 1998. He entered West Park Long Term Care Center in Cody in January 2003, then in May 2003 moved to Powell Valley Care Center in Powell, Wyoming. In September 2004 he, and his wife, moved to Webster where he entered Bethesda Home. He was an active member of St. Pauli Lutheran Church near Wallace and later, Cody Assembly of God Church where he was baptized as an adult. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and spending time outdoors. Franklin passed away on Wednesday, January 4, 2006 at Webster, South Dakota at the age of 78 years, 11 months and 15 days. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jane Fiksdal of Webster, SD; a special niece, Marie Gusenius of Seattle, WA; three brothers-in-law, James (Mary Ann) Gusenius of Webster, SD, Delmar (Karen) Gusenius of Cordes Lakes, AZ and David (Janice) Gusenius of Bristol, SD; one sister-in-law, Blanche Fiksdal of Bristol, SD; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers, Marvel, Odell and Nobel (infant).

  2963. Obituary, Watertown Public Opinion - June 1, 2002. Palmer Fiksdal, 89, Watertown, died Thursday, May 30, 2002, at a Watertown care center.

    Funeral services will be Monday, June 3, at 10 a.m. in the Crawford Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Bob Westad officiating. Music will be provided by Dawn LaMee, organist.

    Burial will be in the Mount Hope Cemetery with military graveside rites presented by the Codington County Post No. 17 of the American Legion.

    Visitation will be Monday at the funeral chapel prior to the services. The family is asked to meet at the funeral home Monday by 9:30 a.m. at attend the service.

    Palmer Fiksdal was born July 22, 1912, at Alberta, Canada, to Peter and Anna (Forsyth) Fiksdal.

    In 1986 he married Gladine Hunt Numsen at Idaho.

    Survivors include his wife of Sioux Falls; a son, Gary and wife Pat Numsen of Sioux Falls; two daughters, Leona Huffman of Joplin, Mo., and Sandy and husband Julius Myhr of Kansas City, Mo.; a sister, Wilma of Idaho; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

  2964. SSDI, 504-46-0329.
  2965. SSDI, 440-10-4503.
  2966. 1930 Census, Watertown, Codington, South Dakota, pg 222B. Peter, Anna, Palmer, Bertram, & Wilma Fiksdal.
  2967. 1910 Census, Barthold, Perkins, South Dakota, pg 59A. Peter, Anna, Olivia, Ida, Melvin, Edwin, & Agnes Fiksdal.
  2968. Obituary, unknown publication (Douglas County, Oregon). Olivia Johnson
    JOHNSON, Olivia - Age 100, of Roseburg passed away Monday October 9, 2000 in a local care center. She was born June 16, 1900 in Webster, South Dakota to Peder and Anna Marie (Forseth) Fiksdal. On October 30, 1920 in Millgart, South Dakota she married Oscar Johnson who preceded her in death on April 11, 1981. The Johnson's moved to Roseburg in the early 1970's. Mrs. Johnson was a member of the Rebecca Lodge #41 and the Colfax Rebecca Lodge in Huron, South Dakota. Survivors include 2 daughters Donna Shanahan of Georgetown, Texas and Oriel Fromdahl of Roseburg: sister Wilma Devison of Coeur'd Alene, Idaho; brother Palmer Fiksdal of Watertown, South Dakota; 7 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Mrs. Johnson was also preceded in death by a sister Agnes Sitzman. Funeral services will be held Friday October 13, 2000 in Faith Lutheran Church. Pastor Ray Vanghaus will officiate. Graveside services will follow within the grounds of Roseburg Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may pay their respects on Thursday, October 12, 2000 from 3:00 pm until 7:00 pm in the LONG & SHUKLE MEMORIAL CHAPEL who is in charge of arrangements.
  2969. SSDI, 491-32-5718.
  2970. SSDI, 430-18-7763.
  2971. SSDI, 464-68-0741.
  2972. 1880 Census, Prairie, Franklin, Arkansas, pg 824D. John T, Mary A, Henry W, John, Elbert A, Lilley A, & William Finney.
  2973. 1880 Census, Sugar Creek, Logan, Arkansas, pg 325D. Marion, Mary A, Nancy C, & Lenora B Finney
    Brooks Evans (boarder)
    Jasper Finney.
  2974. 1850 Census, District 13, Jefferson, Tennessee pg 397B. Thomas, Mary, William, Maranda, Wesley, Elbert, & Eanos Kaney
    Milas Elbert, Nancy, Thomas, & Tilghman E Finey.
  2975. 1900 Census, Sugar Creek, Logan, Arkansas, pg 196A. Thos, ______, Milard, ????, Granvil, & Miles A (finlaw) Wisely.
  2976. 1880 Census, Prairie, Franklin, Arkansas, pg 835B. Miles E, Nancy, Jasper N, Miles L, Sarah L, & Nancy C Finnie.
  2977. 1910 Census, Allen, Pontotoc, Oklahoma, pg 61B. Miles L & Rhode Finney.
  2978. 1900 Census, Belva, Scott, Arkansas, pg 149A. Miles L, Rhoda E, Myrtle J, & Alice C Finney
    Carda B George (boarder).
  2979. 1850 Census, Ottawa, Lasalle, Illinois, pg 187B. Abner A, Lavina, Charles A, & Helen Fisher.
  2980. 1860 Census, Martinsburg, Lewis, New York, pg 151A. Malcolm, Emaline, & Frank Fisher
    Sarah Way.
  2981. 1870 Census, Douglass, Bremer, Iowa, pg 204A. Malcolm & Mary E Fisher
    William Nehemiah
    Raca (?) Trust.
  2982. 1895 Iowa Census, Shell Rock, Butler, Iowa. Malcomb & Mary E Fisher.
  2983. 1910 Census, Tavern, Pulaski, Missouri, pg 78A. Thomas M & Mary A Fisher.
  2984. 1900 Census, Tavern, Pulaski, Missouri, pg 263B. Thomas M & Mary A Fisher.
  2985. SSDI, 446-38-3640.
  2986. Obituary, Tulsa World - Saturday, October 5, 2002. McAlester -- Robert Edward Fite, 65, truck driver, died Thursday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Monday, Elmwood Cemetery, Hartshorne. Bishop.
  2987. 1910 Census, Laird, Frontier, Nebraska, pg 262A. Jese B & Mary L Fitzgerald.
  2988. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Canyon, Idaho.
  2989. SSDI, 519-42-6257.
  2990. 1930 Census, Greenleaf, Canyon, Idaho, pg 190A. Floyd, Eva, Ernest F, Ethel M, & Louise Fivecoat.
  2991. SSDI, 519-22-5162.
  2992. Idaho Death Index, 1911 - 1951.
  2993. Obituary, Argus Observer (Ontario, OR) - Wednesday, April 2, 2003 . Ethel Maxine Gossard

    Aug. 15, 1927 - April 1, 2003

    Council

    Ethel Maxine Gossard, 75, Council, passed away Tuesday, April 1, 2003, in a Boise care center. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 5, 2003, at the Council Community Church, Council. Burial will follow in Hornet Creek Cemetery,Council. Arrangements under the direction of Thomason Funeral Home, Weiser.

    Ethel was born Aug. 15, 1927, in Caldwell, the daughter of Floyd and Eva Herlocker Fivecoat.

    She married L. Mac. Gossard in 1947. They farmed in the Notus area until 1971, when they purchased the Flying U Ranch in Adams County. Mac was killed in an all-terrain vehicle work-related accident in 1993. Ethel remained on the ranch until March 2001.

    Her special joy was her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She enjoyed watching her grandchildren performin rodeos. She also enjoyed writing and the many hummingbirds that would gather at her porch feeders each summer.

    Ethel was a trustee for the Council Valley Free Library for 14 years, and a willing volunteer. She helped acquire anew library in Council. She attended the Council Community Church, worked in the thrift shop, belonged to the Hornet Creek Club and the Weiser River Cowbelles.

    She began writing for publication in 1984, and was successful in being published in many magazines and children's publications.She won numerous awards, including The Vardis Fisher Award. Humorous ranch stories was her specialty. She was honored in 1989as Council's Distinguished Citizen. Ethel was a woman of many talents and will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

    Survivors include three daughters, two sons, grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Wanda (Don) Horton and daughters,Anna (Ryan) Zollman and Tara Horton, Council, Rita (Harold) Balderson, Council, Lisa (Dan) Olson and son, Justin, New Meadows,Derry (Mary) Gossard, Council, and four children, Lori (Greg) Ward, daughter, Madison, and sons, Asher and Eli, Albany, Ore.,Troy (Melissa) Gossard and daughter, Luciana, Athens, Ga., Missy (Craig) Green and children, Brian, Bo, Lindsay and Sawyer,Council, Levi (Sacha) Gossard, Gillette, Wyo., David (Beth) Gossard and children, Dan, Matt, Katie and Adam, Boise; two sisters,Louise Ralphs, Fruitland, and Arlene Brown, Aberdeen; numerous nieces and nephews and many treasured friends.

    Ethel was preceded in death by her husband, Mac; her parents; two brothers, Frank and Ernie Fivecoat; a daughter, Lori Lynn; and a sister-in-law, Miriam Knight.

    The family suggest memorials be made in her name to the Council Library or the Rodeo Bible Camps of Idaho, c/o Wanda Horton, 2525 Northfork Hornet Creek, Council, ID 83612.

  2994. SSDI, 519-34-5036.
  2995. 1920 Census, Center Point, Canyon, Idaho, pg 40A. George M, Elizabeth E, Floyd C, Elma R, Russel C, Lewis A, Grace E, George C, & Harold C Fivecoat.
  2996. 1900 Census, Granada, Prowers, Colorado, pg 334A. George M, Lizzie E, Arthur W, Ray T, Marguerite, & Floyd Fivecoat.
  2997. 1930 Census, Center Point, Canyon, Idaho, pg 16A. George M, Elizabeth E, George C, & Harold C Fivecoat.
  2998. SSDI, 519-44-7830.
  2999. SSDI, 519-22-0276.
  3000. 1930 Census, Reno, Cowlitz, Washington, pg 79A. Russell, Bessie, Harold (neph), & Donald (neph) Fivecoat.
  3001. SSDI, 532-22-8448.
  3002. Obituary, The Bulletin, Bend, Oregon - Feb 22, 1971. Harold Richard Fivecoat

    MADRAS - Harold Richard Fivecoat, 56, of 1436 Chestnut St., Clarkston, Wash., died unexpectedly at his home early Saturday morning.

    Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Madras First Baptist Church. The Rev. Doyle Collins will officiate. Burial, under the direction of Madras Evergreen Chapel, will follow t Mt. Jefferson Memorial Park.

    Mr. Fivecoat was born in Caldwell, Idaho, Nov. 13, 1914. He was married May 2, 1936, in Weiser, Idaho, to Erva Benson, who survives.

    Other survivors are two children, Larry of Madras and Valarie Hudspeth of Beaverton; four brothers, Ray, Boise, Idaho; Floyd and Russell, both of Caldwell, and Lewis, Ojai, Calif.; three sisters, Ruby Johnston, Calwell; Elma Perisho, Talent, and Grace Northrup, Portland, and nine grandchildren.

    Mr. Fivecoat was employed by the Continental Drilling Co. as an operating engineer.

  3003. 1930 Census, Center Point, Canyon, Idaho, pg 16B. Walter E, Harriet, Viola M, Gladys M, Erva U, Cecil G, & Ione E Benson.
  3004. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 567-34-4764.
  3005. SSDI, 518-32-8352.
  3006. 1910 Census, Ridgway, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 131A. Joe, Sarah, Vina, & Mable Flarhardy.
  3007. 1900 Census, Ridgeway, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 315A. Joseph, Martha M, & Robert O Flahardy.
  3008. 1930 Census, Ridgway, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 230A. Joseph, Sarah, Vina M, & Randolph Flaheardy.
  3009. 1920 Census, North Fork, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 44B. Robert, Ora, Flossy, Joseph, Agnes, & Woodrow Flaharty.
  3010. 1910 Census, Ridgway, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 131A. Boby, Ora, & Flossie Flaahardy.
  3011. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Gallatin, Illinois.
  3012. 1930 Census, Ridgway, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 232A. Robert, Orie, Joseph, Mary A, Woodrow, Dorthy, & George E Flaheardy.
  3013. SSDI, 330-44-3001.
  3014. 1900 Census, Celeste, Hunt, Texas, pg 152B. Harvey L, Nettie M, Thomas S, & Virginia Flanary.
  3015. 1870 Census, Yokum Station, Lee, Virginia, pg 407A. Thomas, Mary E, Elnna, & Jemima B Flanery.
  3016. 1880 Census, Yocum Station, Lee, Virginia, pg 312D. Thomas F, Mary E, Mirna B, Harvey L, Manda E, & Becca Ann Flanary.
  3017. Elizabeth M. Carpenter, Lee County, Virginia Marriages, Book 1.
  3018. 1900 Census, Chagris, Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma, pg 143A. George W, Susan, Nancy, Susie, Leona & Clara Fletcher & Walter Tyler.
  3019. 1910 Census, Brady, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 21B. George W Fetcher.
  3020. 1900 Census, Chargis, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 143B. Thomas, Rhoda, Susie, Margret, Amanda, & Jasper F Fletcher
    William Tyler (cousin).
  3021. 1910 Census, Brady Twp, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 21B. Tomas J, Roda, Margret, Manda, Jasper, Clara, Dora, Rufie & Johnie Fletcher.
  3022. 1920 Census, Brady, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 18A. Rhoda, Ruby, John & Tomie Fletcher.
  3023. 1930 Census, Brady, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 242B. Rhoda, Johnie, Tomie, Mary(dinlaw) & Virginia (gdau) Fletcher.
  3024. SSDI, 447-50-9202.
  3025. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Garvin, Oklahoma.
  3026. 1920 Census, Whitebead, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 154B. Jasper, Alice, & Alonie Fletcher.
  3027. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 152A. John W, Augusta P, Florrence E, William F, Robert M, & Vivian A Fogleman
    William Hauenstein (fathinlaw).
  3028. Obituary, unknown publication, February 12, 1925. John Wilson Fogelman, one of our county’s best known and most highly respected
    citizens, died at the home of his son Wm. F. at Iberia Wednesday evening following an attack of paralysis. He had a similar attack about four years ago from which he had not fully recovered and he lived only a few days after he was stricken the second time.

    Mr. Fogelman was born near Litchfield, Montgomery County, Ill., January 7, 1851, and
    was 74 years old at the time of his death. His parents, Israel and John Fogelman, were natives of North Carolina and Missouri respectively. Israel Fogelman immigrated to Indiana with his father and from there to Montgomery County, Ill., the birthplace of John W. Israel was a blacksmith by trade but later engaged in farming and continued in such occupation until his death in 1877. It is said that John W.’s grandfather, Melcher Fogelman, built the first water-power grist mill in Montgomery County, Ill., it being known as the old Pepper Mill. John W. Fogelman was the oldest child of a family of twelve children and is the last to pass to the great beyond. He grew up in Litchfield and engaged in business there until he came to Missouri, arriving in Tuscumbia in 1875. He was employed here from some time by I.T. Johnson and later engated in the livery business here.

    He was married May 11, 1884, to Mrs. August (Hauenstein) Fogelman and four children were born to this union—Wm. F. Fogelman of Iberia, Mrs. Florence Davidson of Wichita, Kan., Mrs. Vivian Caldwell of Eldon and Robert M. Fogelman of Eldon.

    A number of years ago, Mr. Fogelman engaged in farming and lived some time near
    West Aurora. He and Mrs. Fogelman then lived for a number of years with their daughter, Mrs. Caldwell, on a farm northwest of Eldon. Mrs. Fogelman died about three years ago and Mr. Fogelman continued to live with his daughter. Four years ago he was stricken with paralysis and it was thought for several days he would not survive. He finally rallied and was able to be out again although very feeble. A few months ago he went to Iberia to make his home with his son, Wm. F., at which place he became again stricken with paralysis and died.

    Mr. Fogelman was a member of the I.O.O.F. lodge at Old Mt. Pleasant, and was made a Mason in 1873, a Chapter Mason in 1878 and a Royal Arch Mason at Tuscumbia. He remained a loyal member of these two lodges until his death.

    The body was taken in charge by Clarence Casey, the Iberia undertaker, and conveyed to Tuscumbia where services were conducted by Rev. Green, pastor of the Eldon Methodist Church, at the Presbyterian Church. The body was then taken in charge by the Masons who conducted lodge obsequies at the cemetery. The Eldon, Olean and Iberia lodges took part in this. Tuscumbia Masons have moved their memberships to Eldon and a number of these were also present.
    Parts of the final paragraph of this obituary are missing.

  3029. Obituary, Unknown Publication, October 13, 1921. Mrs. Augusta P. Fogelman passed away at her home northwest of Eldon Monday,
    October 10, after having been an invalid for a number of years. Mrs. Fogelman was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hauenstein, who came to this country from Germany before the Civil War. She was born at Rhodt, Bavaria, August 23, 1850, being seventy-one years of age at the time of her death. She and the family came to Miller County in an early day. In the year 1869 she was united in marriage to Theron Folsom. To the union four children were born, three dying in infancy and a son, Clarence, died when a young man.

    Mr. Folsom was an early merchant in Tuscumbia, conducting a store at the corner now occupied by Mrs. Hauenstein’s store. He was a candidate for county clerk during the eighties, but died very suddenly only a few days before the election from over-work in making the campaign. After his death, Mrs. Folsom continued the mercantile business for about five years until her marriage to John W. Fogelman in 1884.

    To the second union were born four children, all of whom survive her. They are Mrs.
    Florence Davidson of Goodland, Kans., Wm. F. Fogelman of near Eugene, Robert Fogelman of near Bagnell and Mrs. Vivian Caldwell of near Eldon with whom she and Mr. Fogelman have been making their home. She is also survived by her husband and two brothers and one sister—P.F. Hauenstein, Wm. H. Hauenstein and Mrs. R.M. Marshall of this place. One sister, Mrs. Lena Sone, has been dead a number of years.

    Mrs. Fogelman united with the Presbyterian Church at this place in 1883, being a charter member of this congregation. She was a good woman, loved and respected by all her neighbors, wherever she lived, and she often expressed her faith in Christ and hope of reaping the rewards of the righteous in the words of the song, “It Is Well With My Soul.”

    Funeral services were conducted at the Presbyterian Church here Tuesday by Rev.
    Crockett and the remains laid to rest in the Tuscumbia Cemetery beside other members of the family who preceded her. All her living children, brothers and sister were present at the funeral. A large crowd attended the funeral quite a number coming from a distance.

  3030. SSDI, 702-18-3263.
  3031. Obituary, Daily Capital News - April 30, 1971. Robert Fogleman dies at age 82

    Robert M. Fogleman, 82, of 21 East Circle Dr., died Wednesday at a Jefferson City Hospital.

    He was born May 27, 1889 at Tuscumbia, the son of John W. and Augusta Haunstein Fogleman. On Jan. 6, 1918, he married the former Mary Gordon, who survies at the home.

    Mr. Fogleman was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Tuscumbia, and a member of Masonic Lodge 381, AF and AM, of Eldon.

    Other survivors include: a son, Robert Fogleman, Kirkwood; two daughters, Miss Ola Fogleman, Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Walter Vandelicht, St. Joseph; two sisters, Mrs. Vivian Caldwell, Eldon, and Mrs. Florence Davidson, Springfield; and three grandchildren.

    Services for Mr. Fogleman will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Freeman Chapel with the Rev. Jerry Bohn officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery.

    Masonic graveside services will be performed by Iona Lodge 381, AF and AM of Eldon.

  3032. 1881 Canadian Census, Yonge & Escott Rear, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 2. Albert, Theodore, Anna, Frederick, Ellen, Hattie, & Dolly Foley.
  3033. 1911 Census, Subdistrict 35, Athens, Brockville, Ontario, Canada, pg 7. Albert & Thomas R Foley.
  3034. 1901 Census, Athens, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Albert, Elizabeth, Arden, Adalade, Horace G, & Willam R Foley.
  3035. 1851 Census Canada, Kitley, Leeds, Canada West, pg 27. Daniel & Catherine Foley.
  3036. 1851 Census Canada, Crosby, Leeds, Canada West, pg 31. Declain, Mary Ann, Deodatus, Juliana, John, & James Foley.
  3037. 1881 Canadian Census, Crosby North, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 65. Declan, Maryann, John, James, William, Ursula, Julia, Declan, Annie, Loreto, Ignatius, & Mary Foley.
  3038. 1901 Census, North Crosby, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 13. Mary A, John P, Wm, Ursula, Julia E, Annie, Loretto, Marie, & Declan E Foley.
  3039. 1911 Census, Westport, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 13. John P, Ursula, William, Julia E, Annie, Loretta, Mary Foley.
  3040. 1901 Census, Athens, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 1. Francis M, Mary L, Maurice M, & George M Foley.
  3041. 1911 Census, Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. Hannah, Harold, Mabel E, Ethel ML, Lillian G, Dorris F, & Charles C Foley.
  3042. 1901 Census, Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Henry R, Hannah, Harrold, Bessie, & Ethel Foley
    Kate Allen (Adpt D)
    Alva D??? (Dom).
  3043. 1851 Census Canada, Wolfred, Grenville, Canada West, pg 15. James, Catherine, Ellen, & Mary Foley.
  3044. 1881 Canadian Census, Lansdowne Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 62. Henry R, Mary, Mary Ann, & Susan Francis Foley.
  3045. 1851 Census Canada, Augusta, Grenville, Canada West, pg 37. James, Mary, Elizabeth, Maria, & Jane Foley.
  3046. 1880 Census, Maple Lake, Wright, Minnesota, pg 357C. Robt, Jame, Margret J, Maria, Clara, Lucinda, Laura, & Emily King
    Mary Foley (minlaw).
  3047. 1901 Census, Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Richard J, Victoria H, & Claude J Foley.
  3048. 1911 Census, Sub District 42, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, pg 6. Richard J, Victoria, & Claude Foley.
  3049. 1881 Canadian Census, Escott Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. Richard & Victoria Foly.
  3050. 1881 Canadian Census, Yonge & Escott Rear, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 2. James, Polly, Jesse, & Winnie Foley.
  3051. 1901 Census, Rear of Yonge and Escott, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 6. James, Mary, Winnifred, Minnie, Wm V, Bryce F, & Florence Foley.
  3052. 1901 Census, Front of Lansdowne and Leeds, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 9. James B & Sarah Foley.
  3053. 1851 Census Canada, Elmsley, Leeds, Ontario, Canada West, pg 7. John, Mary, Moriah, Patrick, Rosanna, Hellen, & Bridget Foley.
  3054. 1901 Census, Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 9. R John, H Rosana, & Olive G Foley
    Hannah Crowe.
  3055. 1911 Census, Subdistrict 12, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 15. John R & Olive F Foley.
  3056. 1911 Census, Escott, Brockville, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. John W, Sarah, Elizabeth, Wilhelmina, & Gordon Foley
    James Brakenbridge.
  3057. 1881 Canadian Census, Escott Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 6. John, Sarah, Etta, Ellen, Eliza, Emma, & Harry Foly.
  3058. 1881 Canadian Census, Gananoque, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 115. Michael, Bridget, Maggie, & Ellen Foley.
  3059. 1851 Census Canada, Bathurst, Lanark, Canada West, pg 123. Michael, Margt, Mary, Ann, Peter, & Margt Foley.
  3060. 1851 Census Canada, Escott, Leeds, Canada West, pg 4. Robert, Susannah, Eliza, John, William H, Mary, & Robert A Foley.
  3061. 1901 Census, Front of Yonge and Escott, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. Robert A, Elmeretta, Ellis H, Edna May, & Susan (mom) Foley.
  3062. 1881 Canadian Census, Escott Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. Robert, Susan, Mary, Robert, James, & John Foly.
  3063. Hub of the Rideau A History of South Crosby Township, pg 288.
  3064. 1871 Census of Ontario, Elmsley, District 70, Leeds, Ontario, pg 5.
  3065. 1881 Canadian Census, District 110, Subdistrict K, Crosby South, Leeds South, Ontario, pg 58. William, Sarah & Robert John Foley.
  3066. Johnstown District Marriages 1801-1851, pg 228.
  3067. 1881 Canadian Census, Yonge & Escott Rear, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 2. William & Charles Foley.
  3068. 1881 Canadian Census, Escott Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. William, Ann, James, Mary, Catherine, & Thomas (dad) Foly.
  3069. 1851 Census Canada, Kitley, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 7. James Foley.
  3070. 1881 Canadian Census, Brantford, Brant South, Ontario, Canada, pg 52. James Foley.
  3071. 1851 Census Canada, Elmsley, Leeds, Ontario, Canada West, pg 7. Terence, Bridget, Bridget, & Thomas Foley.
  3072. 1851 Census Canada, Crosby, Leeds, Canada West, pg 31. John & Elizabeth Foley.
  3073. 1901 Census, Crosby South, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Robert J, Annetta, William J, & Nellie G Foley.
  3074. 1911 Census, Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 11. William J & Lucy B Foley.
  3075. 1901 Census, Front of Lansdowne and Leeds, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 3. Wm B, Jennett, James P, Eliza EK, Wm Q, Emma JB, Robt LE, & Adelbert L Foley.
  3076. Leeds & Grenville Counties Marriage Register 1869-1873, pg 70. THOMAS, George W. age 24, Bachelor, Farmer, Episcopal Methodist, of South Crosby, b. Leeds, s/o William and Sarah Ann Thomas to Eliza A. Foley age 24, Spinster, Episcopal Methodist, of South Crosby, b. Lansdowne, d/o William and Sarah Foley on April 1, 1870 at Lyndhurst by Rev. J. A. Rogers of Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne, by licence; Wits. James Gamble and Sabrina Thomas both of South Crosby. Page 14.
  3077. 1880 Census, California, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 449C. ED, Lizzie, & Luzetta Follen.
  3078. 1900 Census, Collins, St Clair, Missouri, pg 56A. Elijah D, Elizabeth, Thomas J, & May D Follin.
  3079. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Dr. Edward Dallas Follin.
  3080. 1910 Census, Collins, St Clair, Missouri, pg 205A. Elijah D, Elizabeth A, & Grace M Follin.
  3081. 1920 Census, Collins, St Clair, Missouri, pg 174B. Elijah D & Elizabeth A Follin.
  3082. 1930 Census, Collins, St Clair, Missouri, pg 167B. Elijah D & Elizabeth Follin
    Leslie L (soninlaw), Mae F (dau), Elizabeth (gdau), & Mary E (gdau) Welsh.
  3083. 1920 Census, Collins, St Clair, Missouri, pg 174B. Thomas J, Laura, Mildred, Eckla, & Josephine Follin.
  3084. 1930 Census, Collins, St Clair, Missouri, pg 167A. Thomas, Laura, Mildred, Ecla M, Josephine, & Thomas J Jr Follin.
  3085. 1900 Census, Osage, Camden, Missouri, pg 97A. Charles C, Josephine, Sarah, Charles C, Frank, Mary L, Kitty, Pheron A, Lucy M, & Clarence E Folsom.
  3086. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 202B. CC, Josephene B, & WA Falson.
  3087. 1850 Census, Lagrange, Walworth, Wisconsin, pg 375B. Wm, Angeline, Easter P, Chas C, Theron A, Lucy M, & Mary E Folsom.
  3088. 1880 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 183A. William A & Mary H Folsom.
  3089. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 235B. Wm A, Mary H, & Mary S Folsom
    Eliza Weir.
  3090. 1900 Census, Chariton, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 9A. Geo W, Martha D, Harvey A, Thomas J, Jessie L, Clare, Walter G, & Logan Ford.
  3091. 1930 Census, Napa, Napa, California, pg 75B. Eslie T, Mina H, Betty L, & Elsie M Forman.
  3092. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 564-28-8614.
  3093. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 548-98-2168.
  3094. 1880 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 283D. James, Hattie (sis), Belle (sis), & Jane (aunt) Forester
    * note - a line is drawn through Jane's entry. Possibly indicating recent death.
  3095. 1870 Census, District 9, Grundy, Tennessee, pg 487A. Jane, Florida, Fanny, James, Hatty, & Bell Forister.
  3096. 1860 Census, District 8, Grundy, Tennessee, pg 449A. AP, Nancy E, Wm A, Florida A, James B, Florence E, Harriet E, & Jane Farrester.
  3097. 1850 Census, , Madison, Mississippi, pg 175B. Athaniel P, Elizabeth, & William H Forister.
  3098. 1930 Census, Gainesville, Cooke, Texas, pg 78B. Emma A & Carl H Forrester.
  3099. SSDI, 461-86-1258.
  3100. 1880 Census, Rock, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 171D. Leonard E & Robert Forsyth.
  3101. 1930 Census, St Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 247B. Robert & Elsie C Forsyth
    Luther Woodard (companion).
  3102. 1920 Census, Saint Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 276B. Robert & Elsie Forsyth.
  3103. 1910 Census, St Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 262B. Merrill, Joyce, Philip H, Nellie, Merry R, William M, & Glenwood R Pipkin
    Robert Forsyth.
  3104. 1900 Census, District 12, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 166A. William, Narvesty V, & Weir E Fortner.
  3105. 1930 Census, District 7, Knox, Tennessee, pg 265B. William F & Vesta Goin.
  3106. 1930 Census, Florence, Williamson, Texas, pg 32B. Fred & Myrtle L Foster
    Aggenice Ann Deeley (niece).
  3107. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Williamson, Texas.
  3108. 1881 Canadian Census, Ops, Victoria South, Ontario, pg 60. Thomas, Elizabeth, William H, & Mary Jane Foster.
  3109. 1900 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 77B. Ottis, Maude, Opal, & Osse?? Fowler.
  3110. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - June 22, 1944. Otis W. Fowler, 70, Dies Here At Daughter's Home

    Otis W. Fowler, 70, died at 7 o'clock last night at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Robert Hulett, 314 Woodland avenue, where he had made his home since the death of his wife in February, 1940. He had been in failing health for two years and became suddenly gravely ill Monday night.

    Mr. Fowler was born in Clark and had lived in Randolph county his entire life. He was a member of Central Christian church.

    He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Hulett and Mrs. Claude Lewis of St. Louis; a sister, Mrs. L.E. Mangus of Miami Beach, Fla., four granddaughters, Miss Betty Hulett, Miss Wanda Lewis, Miss Mary L. Lewis and Miss Shirley Lewis; a grandson, Pvt. Claude Lewis, Jr., stationed in North Carolina; and several nephews and nieces.

    The body is at the Snow Funeral Home, where services will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon by the Rev. C.W. Cornn, pastor of Central church. Burial will be in Oakland cemetery.

  3111. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - February 14, 1940. Mrs. O.W. Fowler Dies Here Today

    Mrs. O.W. Fowler, 65, died at 11:15 o'clock this morning at her home, 1116 South Fourth street. Mrs. Fowler had been ill since November 20.

    She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Claude Lewis, St. Louis, and Mrs. R.T. Hulett, Moberly; five grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Tommy Spurling, Higbee; and several nephews and nieces.

    Mrs. Fowler was a member of the Central Christian church. She was born near Higbee and was the former Miss Maude Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hamilton. Mrs. Hamilton died 16 years ago and Mr. Hamilton in 1937.

    Funeral arrangements have not yet been made.

  3112. 1880 Census, Frankfort, Franklin, Illinois, pg 603C. Elijah, Sarah, Albert (bro) & William (bro) Fox.
  3113. 1900 Census, Frankfort, Franklin, Illinois, pg 141B. Elijah, Emery, Ada, Nellie, Susie, Nancy, & Verdella Fox.
  3114. 1910 Census, Salem, Dunklin, Missouri, pg 256A. Elijah, Della, Emra, & Mryrtle (stepdau) Fox.
  3115. 1930 Census, Salem, Dunklin, Missouri,pg 33A. Burly R, Nellie, Winfard, & Randal (gson) Happer
    E???ige F?x (finlaw)
    Magalin Romins (boarder).
  3116. 1920 Census, Salem, Dunklin, Missouri, pg 199B. Emery, Myrtle Le iston H, Elton E, Rela M, & Emery J Fox.
  3117. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Dunklin, Missouri.
  3118. SSDI, 493-28-0426.
  3119. SSDI, 493-28-2122.
  3120. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Le Flore, Oklahoma.
  3121. 1920 Census, Milton, Le Flore, Oklahoma, pg 226B. Elvin L, Edith E, Doyle E, & Ina J Fox.
  3122. 1930 Census, Bokoshe, Le Flore, Oklahoma, pg 14A. Elvin L, Ada, Daril, Ina, & Wanda Fox.
  3123. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 445-10-9491.
  3124. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 445-10-9470.
  3125. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 551-42-7326.
  3126. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 567-01-9373 .
  3127. SSDI, 490-18-1581.
  3128. 1850 Census, District 2, Franklin, Tennessee, pg 18A. George, Rebecca, Mary, Julia, & John Fox.
  3129. 1860 Census, Township 7 S Range 3 E, Franklin, Illinois, pg 387. George, Rebeca, Mary J, Juley A, John, Elijah, Albert, George A, Nancy E, & William J Fox.
  3130. 1930 Census, Milton, Le Flore, Oklahoma, pg 207B. George C & Kate Fox
    Lesley L Simpson (nephew).
  3131. 1920 Census, Milton, Le Flore, Oklahoma, pg 227B. George C, Kate, Ola D, Ina D, Edna O, & Lesley S Fox.
  3132. 1910 Census, Kennady Twp, Le Flore, Oklahoma, pg 8A. Geo C, Kate, Ray S, Ellen J, Ola D, & Ina D Fox.
  3133. 1900 Census, Township 8, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 84A. George, Katie, Elven, Josia, Ola, & Ray (bro) Fox.
  3134. 1930 Census, Precinct 6, Collin, Texas, pg 31A. James N, Annie, Jesse H, Pauline, & Lena May Fraze.
  3135. 1920 Census.
  3136. 1910 Census, McKinney Ward 3, Collin, Texas, pg 109A. Noah, Annie, Marvin, & Jessee Fraze.
  3137. SSDI, 450-07-5491.
  3138. 1870 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 286A. Elihu E, Mary A, Benjamin, Elihu E, & William E Frazer.
  3139. 1880 Census, District 197, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 132A. Elihu E, Mary A, Marshall & Harry Frazier.
  3140. 1900 Census, Polk, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 186B. Elihu E & Velana A Frazer.
  3141. Obituary. Judge E E Frazier, son of Elihu and wife, was born in Sullivan County, MO March 4, 1857 and passed away March 1, 1935, age 77 years, 11 months, and 27 days.
    He was married in 1875 to Janie Brannon. To this union were born five children: Emma Hennen or Milan, MO, Nellie Gorman of Alliance, NE, Harley Frazier, of Green City, MO. Two sons, deceased, Elihu Frazier and Alfred Frazier of Milan, MO. That wife preceded him in death in 1891. He later married Lou Knely to which union were born two children, Ethel, deceased, and Ves Frazier of Laclede, MO. That wife having died he later married Sara Pipes, who is deceased. In September 1933, he was married to Ella Hoskins who still survives.
    He leave two borhters; W E Frazier of Boynton, MO and Marshal E Frazier of Alva, OK, also a number of grand children and great grand children and a host of other relatives and friends.
    Judge Frazier spent his entire life in Sullivan County, a farmer and stock man. He obeyed the Gospel of Christ in early life and at the time of his death was a member of the Church of Christ with membership with the Bethel congregation.
    Funeral services were held at Oak Grove, March 4, 1935, conducted by Paul Hickman of Unionville, Mo. Interment in Oak Grove Cemetary.
  3142. 1901 Census, Lansdowne and Leeds, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Chas, Alice E, Floyd S, Ford W, & N Karl Fredenburg.
  3143. 1911 Census, Sub District 11, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 16. Charles, Alice E, Floyd S, Ford W, & F Pearl Fredenburg.
  3144. 1881 Canadian Census, Lansdowne Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 46. Charles, Ann, Flora, Abbi T, & William U Shipman
    John Spicer.
  3145. 1930 Census, Irondale, Washington, Missouri, pg 59B. Fannie, Ruby J (son), & Addie B (dauinlaw) French.
  3146. 1906 Canada Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, City of Regina, Assiniboia West, Saskatchewan, pg 10. Amos & Amelia A Friel
    Anna Holton (gdau).
  3147. 1910 Census, Minneapolis Ward 9, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 94A. Amos, Amelia A, & Benjamin B Frial
    Arabelle Holten (gdau)
    Gladys Friel (gdau).
  3148. 1880 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 124B. Amus Friel (boarder).
  3149. 1930 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 197A. George, Ella, & Amelia A (mom) Friel.
  3150. 1920 Census, Minneapolis Ward 10, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 218A. Amelia Friel (boarder).
  3151. 1920 Census, Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 70A. George W & Ella A Friel
    Albert Holton (boarder)
    Christopher, Josie, & Minnie L Ebersold.
  3152. 1900 Census, Minneapolis Ward 9, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 219A. Geo W & Ella Friel.
  3153. 1900 Census, Minneapolis Ward 9, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 135A. Benjamin B, Hattie, & Gladis F Friel.
  3154. 1930 Census, Mazeppa, Wabasha, Minnesota, pg 186B. Benjamin B & Helen F Friel
    Alice B Kelly (stepdau).
  3155. 1900 Census, Howard Lake, Wright, Minnesota, pg 161A. Robert, Jane, James, & Lewis King
    Lester Friend (boarder).
  3156. 1900 Census, Corinna, Wright, Minnesota, pg 16A. William E Friend.
  3157. 1910 Census, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota, pg 70A. William, Lester, & Ellen (mom) Friend.
  3158. 1920 Census, Annandale, Wright, Minnesota, pg 15B. William E, Serena, & Lester Friend.
  3159. 1930 Census, Pasadena, Los Angeles, California, pg 21B. William E, Serena, & Lester Friend.
  3160. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 563-09-6047.
  3161. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Wright, Minnesota.
  3162. SSDI, 551-22-8432.
  3163. 1900 Census, District 115, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 177A. Jacob, Mollie, Ruth, Charles R, & William T Fritschly
    Sarah M & Eulalie Sappington (stepdaus).
  3164. SSDI, 429-78-6149.
  3165. 1900 Census, Choctaw, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 293B. Henry, Margret J, Cora S, Mary J, & Minnie C Fullerton.
  3166. 1910 Census, Lick Mountain, Conway, Arkansas, pg 94A. Henry J, Margret J, Cora M, Minnie E, & Olen R Fulerton & Mary C Pavatt (minlaw).
  3167. 1930 Census, Lick Mountain, Conway, Arkansas, pg 86A. Olen, Euna, & Margret (mother) Fullerton.
  3168. 1920 Census, Lick Mountain, Conway, Arkansas, pg 200B. Henry, Marguette, & Ollen Fulleton.
  3169. SSDI, 431-38-1135.
  3170. SSDI, 431-64-7760.
  3171. 1900 Census, Choctaw, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 294B. Milton, Catharin, & Bessie Fullerton.
  3172. 1910 Census, Culpepper Twp, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 73A. James M, Kate, Bessie & Fred Fullerton.
  3173. 1920 Census, Choctaw, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 204A. Jas M, Kate, & Fred H Fullerton.
  3174. 1930 Census.
  3175. SSDI, 430-82-2072.
  3176. 1870 Census, Census, District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 290A. Joseph, Nancy, Omy J, James, John, Mary, Elizabeth, & Lucy J Standifer
    **(Elizabeth & Lucy are Omy's daughters).
  3177. 1910 Census, McKee, Jackson, Kentucky, pg 14B. John F, Louise, Letha, Dora, Teddy, & Travis Gabbard
    James, Milas, Maggie, & Nannie Sparks (stepkids).
  3178. 1920 Census, McKee, Jackson, Kentucky, pg 11A. John F, Lisa, Leatha, Dora, & Teddy Gabbard.
  3179. 1930 Census, McKee, Jackson, Kentucky, pg 211A. John F & Liza Gabbard.
  3180. 1900 Census, McKee, Jackson, Kentucky, pg 138B. John P, Ellan, Melvie, Laula, & Travice Gabbard.
  3181. SSDI, 402-09-0808.
  3182. SSDI, 400-14-7413.
  3183. 1920 Census, Vallejo, Solano, California, pg 56B. John, Katie, Mary, Ida, Antonio, Doma, John B, & Peter (bro) Gamba.
  3184. 1930 Census, Vallejo, Solano, California, pg 238B. Catherine, Mary, Ida, Antonio, Domonic, John, Frank, & Peter (binlaw) Gamba.
  3185. 1900 Census, Barbourville, Knox, Kentucky, pg 132B. Harvey, Louisa, & Cletey Garland.
  3186. SSDI, 406-10-5568.
  3187. 1870 Census, District 5, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 374b. Benjamin, Malissa A, John, Harrison, Jackson, Elvira J, George E & Charles LS Garner.
  3188. 1880 Census, District 3, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 511A. Benjaman R, Malicia J, Henry H, Andrew J, Elvira J, Charles L, Lemuel D, & Laura A Garner.
  3189. 1900 Census, Pigeon, Haywood, North Carolina, pg 289B. Harison, Dora B, Melisa J (mom), & Lemuel D (bro) Garner.
  3190. 1910 Census, Pigeon, Haywood, North Carolina, pg 177A. Harison H, Maggie E, & Henry H Garner.
  3191. 1900 Census, White Oak, Haywood, North Carolina, pg 342A. Charles, Florence, Bertha, Agusta, Avis, & Grady Garner.
  3192. 1910 Census, Franklin, Macon, North Carolina, pg 80A. Charlie L, Florence A, Bertha A, Augusta M, Avis A, James G, Marvin H, Dora L, Dee, Glee, & Virginie L Garner.
  3193. 1920 Census, Franklin, Macon, North Carolina, pg 252B. Chas L, Flowrence A, Grady J, Marvin H, Dora L, Dee, Glee, Lois V, & Robert N Gamer.
  3194. 1930 Census, Franklin, Macon, North Carolina, pg 225B. Charles L, Florence A, Dora Lee, Glee A, & R Newel Gamer.
  3195. 1910 Census, 1-Dist, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 10B. Cline, Rhoda, Mattie L, Ruth, & Edna Garner
    Charles Garner (bro).
  3196. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Anderson, South Carolina.
  3197. 1920 Census, Williamston, Anderson, South Carolina, pg 190B. Charles B, Ethel, Gladys, Edith, Lucy, & Clifford Garner.
  3198. 1930 Census, Williamston, Anderson, South Carolina, pg 92A. Charlie, Darcus, Gladys, Edith, Lucy, Clifford, Carrie, Leona, Benjamin, Francis, & Charlie J Garner.
  3199. SSDI, 249-05-0423.
  3200. SSDI, 249-30-8708.
  3201. North Carolina Death Index, 1908 - 1996. lists Jones County, North Carolina.
  3202. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Macon, North Carolina.
  3203. SSDI, 237-58-8475.
  3204. Obituary, Daily News-Record (Harrisonburg, VA) - Monday, July 16, 2001 . Glee Annie Garner Nolen, 93, Greensboro, N.C., died Saturday, July 14, 2001, at Friends Homes West in Greensboro.

    Mrs. Nolen was born Aug. 20, 1907, in Haywood County, and was a daughter of the late Charles Lee and Florence Crawford Garner.

    She graduated from Franklin High School and Western Carolina University and taught elementary school for 36 years. She was a dedicated member of Carson Chapel and Memorial United Methodist Churches, teaching children's Sunday school. In retirement,she was active in the Macon County Retired Teacher's Association, holding several offices. She was also a volunteer at Angel Community Hospital.

    Her husband of 68 years, Charles W. Nolen, preceded her in death in 1999.

    Surviving are two daughters, Connaree Nolen, Charlotte, N.C., and Carolyn Nolen Spence, Greensboro; three sons, Charles Edwin Nolen of Franklin, Senator Frank William Nolen, New Hope, and James Garner Nolen, Marshville, N.C.; a sister, Lois Garner Conley, of Franklin; 10 grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews.

    The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Memorial United Methodist Church. Burial will be at Woodlawn Cemetery.

    The family will receive friends from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Bryant Funeral Home.

    Memorial contributions may be made to the building fund of Memorial United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 1419, Franklin,N.C. 28744-1419, Friends Home West, 6100 West Friendly Ave., Greensboro, N.C. 27410 or a charity of choice.

  3205. 1900 Census, Kensington, Walker, Georgia, pg 302A. James, Lula, Lee, & Florence Garner.
  3206. 1910 Census, 5-Dist 9-Pct, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 89B. JR, Lula, Robert L, & Florence C Garner.
  3207. 1920 Census, Civil District 2, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 123A. James R, Lula, Robert L, & Florence _ Garner.
  3208. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Grayson, Texas, pg 167B. Jesse E, Mattie, Fay, Edil, & Jime L Garner.
  3209. 1910 Census, 3 J-Pct, Grayson, Texas, pg 235B. JE, Mattie, Excel, Jine, Vercle, Vestal, Dale, Burl, & Wayne Garner.
  3210. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Grayson, Texas, pg 104A. Henry BG, Mattie F (mom), Jewell W (bro), & Mary P (sis) Gamer.
  3211. SSDI, 460-20-7042.
  3212. SSDI, 457-14-5549.
  3213. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Grayson, Texas, pg 150A. Vestal E, Nettie, Dorothy M, & Weldon Garner.
  3214. SSDI, 466-20-4579.
  3215. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Grayson, Texas, pg 104A. Willie D, Eula, & Geraline Garner.
  3216. SSDI, 452-14-9702.
  3217. 1850 Census, 13th Dist, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 793. Jesse, Zilpha, John S, & Sarah E Garner.
  3218. 1870 Census, Dist 3, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 344b. Jessee H, Zilpha, John N V(?), William H, Samuel E, Rebecca J, Rhoda J, Joseph J, Jessee E, James R, Margarette, & Nancy A S Garner.
  3219. 1860 Census, , Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 497A. JK, L, JMS, SE, Wm H, SE, RA, R, & JJ Garner.
  3220. 1900 Census, District 130, Civil District 10, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 136B. Jesse Garner.
  3221. 1880 Census, District 5, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 515B. Jessee, Zilpha, John M, Jessee E, James R, Margret M, Nancy AS, Wade A, Jessee K (gson), William H (gson), & David P (gson) Garner.
  3222. 1900 Census, Civil District 7, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 112A. Jessie Garmer
    Rodah J, Jessie G, Sepphia E, & James ? Helm
    Chaley H Garmer.
  3223. 1880 Census, District 4, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 483B. John, Susan, & Cline Garner.
  3224. 1900 Census, White Pine, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 173A. Susan, Fannie, Cline, Lizzie, Jennie, Charley, John, Mary, George, & Joseph Garner.
  3225. 1920 Census, Williamston, Anderson, South Carolina, pg 189B. Susan & Joe Garner.
  3226. 1930 Census, Williamston, Anderson, South Carolina, pg 59B. Susan Garner
    William Webb (gson).
  3227. 1920 Census, Wauhatchie, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 5B. John M, Fannie E, Dora M, & Hubert J Garner
    Charlie W Cochron (gson).
  3228. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 165A. John M, Fran... E, Dora May, Edna M, & Hobert J Garner
    Laura E Poseborough (sisinlaw).
  3229. 1900 Census, Civil District 17, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 303A. John M, Fannie E, Nora, Dora, Edna, & Hubert Garner
    Laura Roseborough (sisinlaw).
  3230. 1930 Census, District 3, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 235A. Rosa B & Dora M Garner
    Edna M (dau) & Charles F (gson) Cochran.
  3231. 1900 Census, London, Pope, Arkansas, pg 52A. William H, California, Dora M, Emma J, Louida, Sica V, Maggie T, John W, Callie, & Effie Garmer
    Ruffus L & Adda M Eubank (stepchildren).
  3232. 1910 Census, Clark Twp, Pope, Arkansas, pg 41B. William H, Callie, William J, & Effie Garner
    Sica (dau) & Mary L (gdau) Lewis.
  3233. 1880 Census, Clark, Pope, Arkansas, pg 65D. William H, Mary J, Mary E, Dora, & Joseph J (bro) Garner.
  3234. Cemeteries of Pope County, Arkansas.
  3235. 1900 Census, Civil District 17, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 303A. Sam, Catherine, & Jessie Garner.
  3236. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 184B. Samuel E & Catherine Garner.
  3237. 1880 Census, District 17, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 35B. Samuel & Catherine Garner
    Texas Potts (stepdau)
    John Garner (son).
  3238. 1930 Census, District 3, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 209B. Jesse M, Nancy A, Juanita E, June N, Lillian J, & John L Garner.
  3239. 1920 Census, St Elmo, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 79B. Jesse M, Nancy A, Ruby AM, Harry W, Louie E, Fred T, Albert W, & E Juanita Garner
    Frank Owenby (nephew boarder).
  3240. 1910 Census, Civil District 4, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 184B. Jesse J, Nancy, Ruby, Harry, & Louie Garner.
  3241. SSDI, 256-10-6510.
  3242. SSDI, 288-10-3858.
  3243. 1930 Census, District 3, Hamilton, Tennessee, pg 209B. Louie A, Pearl, & Donnald H Garner.
  3244. SSDI, 411-03-0660.
  3245. SSDI, 411-03-1500.
  3246. Obituary, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 22, 1995 . Juanita Garner Hurst, 77, of Cusseta, died Monday at East Alabama Medical Center, Opelika.

    The graveside funeral will be 2 p.m. today at Shadowlawn Cemetery, LaGrange, Ga., according to Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home, LaGrange.

    Mrs. Hurst was born Dec. 29, 1917, in Chattanooga, Tenn., daughter of Jessie Manuel and Nancy Elizabeth McDonner Garner. Formerly of Troup County, Ga., she lived in Cusseta 20 years and was a member of Ridge Road Baptist Church. She previously worked at Flink's Florist, LaGrange, and was a former Sunday school teacher. She was the wife of Sgt. Erwin Hurst, who was listed as missing in action during the Korean War.

    Survivors include five brothers, Harry W. Garner, Nelson Garner, both of LaGrange, Louie Garner, Fred Garner, both of Chattanooga, and John T. Garner of Fort Myers, Fla.
    .

  3247. 1850 Census, 13th District,Jefferson,Tennessee,pg397. John, Elizabeth, Margaret, & Sarah E Garner,
    Eli F & Sarah Coffee.
  3248. James L. Douthat, Jefferson County Tennessee 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists, pg 230.
  3249. 1840 Census, Northern Division, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 352. John Garner - (0021001000000) (110000100000).
  3250. 1870 Census, 5th Civil Dist, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 374. John Garner & Mary Phillips.
  3251. 1860 Census, Dist 8, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 458. John Garner.
  3252. David H Templin & Cherel Bolin Henderson, Stories in Stone Jefferson County Cemeteries Vol 1, pg 8. J.G. (footstone beside Elizabeth Garner).
  3253. Virginia Carlisle d'Armand, Jefferson Co., Tennessee Marriage Records 1792-1870, pg 222.
  3254. Obituary, Southeast Missourian - January 8, 1957. Mrs. Virginia Garner Of Advance Dies
    Special to the Missourian

    ADVANCE - Mrs. Virginia Garner, 81 years old, of Advance, died at 5:42 a.m. today in a hospital at Cape Girardeau, where she had been a patient since Jan. 3.

    The body is at the Morgan Funeral Home here. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

    Surviving relatives are five daughters, Mrs. Pansy Howell of LaPuenta, Calif.; Mrs. Hazel Nichols of Campbell, Mrs. Pauline Atwood of Marion, Ind.; Mrs. Velma Voch of Glendale, Calif.; and Mrs. Faye Wengert of Portland, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Earl Richmond and Mrs. Bertie Williams of Advance.

    Born Nov. 18, 1875, here, she was married to John Garner on May 2, 1897, and he died Sept. 3, 1930.

  3255. 1920 Census, Clark, Pope, Arkansas, pg 53A. John W, Gussie, Mary A, & WH Gamer.
  3256. 1930 Census, Clark, Pope, Arkansas, pg 21A. William, Gussie, Mary A, & WH Gamer.
  3257. SSDI, 429-94-5872.
  3258. 1930 Census, Williamston, Anderson, South Carolina, pg 60B. Joe R, Clara, Johnnie W, Eliza V, & Robert L Garner.
  3259. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Anderson, South Carolina. Birthday: 12 Sep 1897.
  3260. SSDI, 249-05-0412.
  3261. 1920 Census, Williamston, Anderson, South Carolina, pg 188A. Lemuel C, Rhoda, Ella, Edna, & Susie Garner
    Mattie (dau) & Arthur (gson) Fawler
    Hattie Reed (boarder).
  3262. SSDI, 415-22-9861.
  3263. SSDI, 408-20-0533.
  3264. SSDI, 464-64-8128.
  3265. SSDI, 466-20-1469.
  3266. SSDI, 432-94-1266.
  3267. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser. Charles Ralph Gartin, 83, Rte. 1, Etterville, died Thursday, Dec. 7, 1972, at Jones Boarding Home in Tuscumbia. Mr. Gartin was born Aug. 8, 1889, in Miller County to Williamand Emma Heldstab Gartin. HE lived in this area all of his life. He was a veteran of World War I. Mr. Gartin was a member of the American Legion and affiliated with Mt. Pleasant Christian Church.

    Survivors include his cousins, George Heldstab, Eldon; Charles Heldstab, Eldon, Wesley Heldstab, Tuscumbia; Lyman Gartin, Olean; Blanch Stayton, Eldon, Grace Haney, Jessie Connell, Emma Connell, and Nettie Hull.

    Funeral services were held Saturday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, the Rev. A. L. Alexander officiating. Pallbearers included member of the American Legion. Burial was at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.

  3268. Obituary, Daily Capital News - December 9, 1972. Ralph Gartin, Etterville, dies

    Ralph Gartin, 83, Etterville, died Thursday at the Jones Boarding Home, Tuscumbia.

    He was born Aug. 8, 1889, in Miller County, the son of William and Emma Heldstab Gartin.

    He was a member of the Mount Pleasant Christian Church. He was a veteran of World War I, and a member of American Legion Post No. 229, Eldon.

    Survivors include several cousins.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. A.L. Alexander officiating. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Military graveside rites will be conducted by American Legion Post No. 229.

  3269. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 156A. William, Emma, & Ralph Gartin.
  3270. 1910 Census, Miller, Seminole, Oklahoma, pg 162B. Samuel D, Fannie, Lena, Alonzo, & Cecil Gatlin
    Allice & Bessie Churchman (stepdaus)
    Fred Crawford (laborer).
  3271. Obituary, The Oklahoman - December 10, 1951. CECIL GLENN GATLIN

    Services for Cecil Glenn Gatlin, 48, of 419 SE 50, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Capitol Hill funeral chapel. Burial will be in Sunny Lane cemetery, Gatlin died Friday in Mercy hospital. .

  3272. 1910 Census, Bridges, Ozark, Missouri, pg 227A. Mark, Mary E, Maggie B, & James H Gault
    Nathaniel Aldridge (neph).
  3273. 1920 Census, Bridges, Ozark, Missouri, pg 205A. Mary, Maggie Belle, Jim Henry, Mary Elizabeth, & Jennie Nelle Gault.
  3274. 1900 Census, Pigeon, Baxter, Arkansas, pg 43B. Mark & Mattie Gault
    John C Ellis (servant)
    William Gist (servant).
  3275. 1880 Census, Campbell, Greene, Missouri, pg 288A. Margarett, Marcus, William, Lucinda, & Nathaniel (bro) Gault.
  3276. 1880 Census, Raccoon, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 261A. Charles & Liddie George
    Joseph William (stepson)
    Minnie, Manerva, Nancy, & William George.
  3277. 1900 Census, Raccoon, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 220B. Daniel S, Minnie C, & Charley Reams
    Liddie George (minlaw).
  3278. 1910 Census, Raccoon, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 66A. Hiram, Nancy J, Minnie P, James B, William P, & Lydia E Reams
    Lydia George (minlaw).
  3279. 1880 Census, Osage, Camden, Missouri, pg 61D. Ira H, Harriet, Ira, & Agness George.
  3280. 1900 Census, Raccoon, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 225B. James A, Louvina, Martha A, William A, Eva, Pressley, Roy, Pearl, & Tilford George.
  3281. 1930 Census, Gainesville, Cooke, Texas, pg 25B. August W, Janie, & Mary A Gerneth
    Norma Nutting (niece).
  3282. Texas Death Index 1903 - 2000, Janie E Gerneth.
  3283. 1920 Census, Illinois Bend, Montague, Texas, pg 5A. Andrew, Sarah, William & J.E. Guerin.
  3284. Loftin, Jack & Marie, Complete Cemetery Census of Montague County Texas 1857 - 2005.
  3285. Obituary, Fort Worth Star-Telegram - Thursday, November 20, 1997 .
    SAINT JO - J.E. Loyd "Jake" Geurin, 82, a retired farmer and rancher, died Tuesday, Nov. 18, 1997, in Denton.

    Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday at Jerry Woods Funeral Home in Nocona.

    Burial: Mountain Creek Cemetery in Montague County. Visitation: 7 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

    J.E. Geurin was born March 18, 1915, in Saint Joe, Texas.

    Survivors: Wife, Lola L. Geurin of Saint Jo; son and daughter-in-law, Gary D. "Butch" and Delores Geurin of Saint Jo; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

    Jerry Woods Funeral Home Nocona, (940) 825-3285.

  3286. 1920 Census, Wilson, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 271B. Arthur E, Pearl, Joe, Lucille, _lla (brother), & James B (father) Geurin.
  3287. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Carter, Oklahoma.
  3288. 1930 Census, Wilson, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 139A. Arthur, Ruby P, Joe, Lucille, Edith & John Geurin.
  3289. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite - September 27, 2004 . Edith Geurin Russell

    Services for Edith Geurin Russell, 84, will be at 10 a.m. today at Griffin Funeral Home with the Rev. M.E. Dickinson. Interment will follow at Pruitt Cemetery.

    A Mulkey, Okla., native, Mrs. Russell was born to Arthur and Pearl Billings Geurin on June 25, 1920. She died Sept. 25, 2004. She was married to Jim Russell. He preceded her in death in 1976. Two sons,Donald and Jerry Russell, two brothers and a sister also preceded her in death.

    Mrs. Russell lived in this area her entire life. She was a member of the Church of Christ and worked as a custodian at Dickson Schools.

    Survivors include two sons, Danny Ray and Eddy Gene Russell; three daughters, Jimmie Carstarphen, Nita Jo Burkhart and Rhonda Sue McMillan, all of Ardmore, and three grandsons, Josey James and Jimmy Ray Russell and Raymond Watterson.

    Bearers will be Guymon Price, Mike Moore, Kenneth McDonald, David Harnsberger, Leonard Clayton and Johnny Robinson.

    Griffin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

  3290. SSDI, 440-18-6562.
  3291. SSDI, 462-38-6344.
  3292. 1920 Census, Wilson, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 272A. Chappell J & Bonnie Geurin.
  3293. 1930 Census, Wilson, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 141A. James C, Bonnie R & James Jr Geurin.
  3294. Obituary, Daily Oklahoman - September 27, 1959. JAMES C. GEURIN

    ARDMORE - Services were here Saturday for James C. Geurin, 66, who died Thursday in an Ardmore hospital.

    A retired farmer, Geurin had lived in this community his entire life.

    He is survived by his wife, Bonnie; one son; a brother and one sister, Mrs. Peara Lee Deatherage, 404 N Marshall, Oklahoma City.

  3295. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite - July 16, 1999 . James Chappell Geurin Jr.

    Services for James Chappell Geurin Jr. will be 10 a.m. Saturday at the Harvey-Douglas Chapel with the Rev. Monty Bagget officiating. Interrnent will follow at Rose Hill cemetery.

    Born Nov. 20, 1923, at Ardmore, he died July 13, 1999, at his home in Flower Mound, Texas.

    Geurin married Elaine Gerlach on April 19, 1962, at Ardmore. He was an Ardmore resident most of his life, having moved to Flower Mound five years ago. He served in the U.S. Army as a surgical technician and was honorably discharged in 1942. He retired from Total Refinery in 1979 and was a Baptist.

    He is survived by his wife, of the home; a daughter, Susan Cox, Irving, Texas; and one granddaughter.

    Memorials may be made to a charitable hospice of choice.

  3296. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite - July 15, 1999. James Chappell Geurin Jr.

    Services for James Chappell Geurin Jr., 75, are pending with Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home.

    Born to James Chappell and Bonnie Bell Harris Geurin Nov. 20, 1923, in Ardmore, he died July 13, 1999, in Flower Mound, Texas, after a brief illness.

    Survivors include his wife, Elaine, of the home; a daughter, Jeniffer Leigha Cox, Irving, Texas, and one granddaughter.

  3297. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Martin, Texas, pg 237A. Claude C & Eunice Geurin.
  3298. SSDI, 453-07-8856.
  3299. Obituary, El Paso Herald-Post - Saturday, December 7, 1974. GEURIN
    CLAUDE C. GEURIN, 68, of 4621 Walter Lane, passed away Thursday in a local hospital. He was a resident of El Paso 39 years, a member of the Cielo Vista Baptist Church, and employed by Randolph Chevrolet for 35 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. EUNICE GEURIN, 2 sons, DON and GERALD GEURIN, all of El Paso, a daughter Mrs. JOANNE HALL of Houston, 7 grandchildren; two brothers, CLYDE GEURIN of Stanton, Texas and CARL GEURIN of Grant Pass, Oregon; a sister Mrs. STELLA MIZE of Colorado City, Texas.

    Funeral services will be Monday at Martin Chapel with Rev. EARL CLEVELAND officiating. Pallbearers will be H. H. PICKENS, ROBERT BENNETT, JESUS SALAS, DON GRAHAM, JOE SMITH, and VICTOR ALCARAZ. Interment will be at Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery arranged by Martin.
    .

  3300. SSDI, 454-56-3414.
  3301. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Fannin, Texas, pg 55B. Charles W, Alice M, & Ethel C Geurin.
  3302. 1910 Census, Damsite, Hardeman, Texas, pg 68B. CW, Alice, Ethel, Elmer, Floyd, & Aubrey Geurin.
  3303. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Wichita, Texas, pg 4B. Chas, Alice, Floyd, & Aubrey Guering.
  3304. 1930 Census, Precinct 4, Sherman, Texas, pg 286B. Floyd, Clarise, JC, & Lyndale A Geurin.
  3305. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 547-50-1053.
  3306. SSDI, 464-54-1650.
  3307. 1930 Census, Stanton, Martin, Texas, pg 231A. Clyde H, Vestie L, Perry C, Marjorie C, & Lurlene I Gerrew.
  3308. SSDI, 464-54-1499.
  3309. Obituary, The Big Spring Herald - Thursday, December 22, 1977. PERRY C. GEURIN

    Perry C. Geurin, 55, of Stanton, died Thursday morning in the Big Spring Veteran’s Administration Hospital. Tentative plans are for graveside services Friday in the Evergreen Cemetery in Stanton. The body will be in state at Nalley-Pickle Funeral Home. He was born May 10, 1922 at Snyder, Texas and came to Stanton as a child with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. CLYDE GEURIN. Mr. Geurin was a farmer and a veteran of World War II, serving in the Army. Survivors include four sons, WADE GEURIN, DETER GEURIN and MARK GEURIN, all of Stanton, and PETE GEURIN of Monahans; one daughter Mrs. JENNIFER BERGER of Midland; parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Geurin of Stanton; three sisters and five grandchildren.


    From the Friday, Dec. 23, 1977 paper:
    There will be graveside services at Evergreen Cemetery, conducted by Rev. CLINT EASTMAN of Sterling City Baptist Church. His sisters are Mrs. LURLENE LAWSON of Big Spring, Mrs. MARJORIE SCHULTZ of Big Spring, and Mrs. FRANCES HERRON of Oklahoma City. Serving as pallbearers will be BUSTER HAGGARD, ALEX HAGGARD, ROB HAGGARD, PAUL CROSTHWAITE, SMOKEY GREENHALL and MYRL MITCHELL.

  3310. SSDI, 452-38-8480.
  3311. SSDI, 570-16-6460.
  3312. SSDI, 573-42-7366.
  3313. Obituary, Lodi News-Sentinel (CA) - Monday, November 26, 2001 . CLARICE GEURIN

    A memorial service for Clarice Smith Geurin, 93, of Lodi, who died Nov. 21, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the New Hope Assembly of God Church with Pastor Nelson Waters officiating. Committal will follow at Galt Cemetery.

  3314. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 550-42-7968.
  3315. Obituary, Galveston County Daily News, The (TX) - Thursday, July 24, 2003 . DICKINSON - Leota Pearl Ingram, 66, passed away on July 19, 2003, at her residence in Dickinson, Texas. She was born January 18, 1937, in Salinas, California to Floyd and Clarice Geurin.

    Memorial services will be held on Thursday, July 24, 2003, at 1:30 p.m. at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas.

    Leota was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald Don Ingram and two daughters, Andrea and Delores Ann Ingram.

    Survivors include three daughters, Angela McKee, Carol Day and Lorena Gambrel; son, David Ingram; two sisters, Christine Phipps and Nitia Reynon, seven grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and a dear friend of the family, Kevin Ellis.

    James Crowder Funeral Home.

  3316. SSDI, 565-60-4030.
  3317. Obituary, Lodi News-Sentinel, September 7, 1993. Robert Wayne Geurin, 43, of Lodi died Sept. 4 at University of California, Davis Medical Center after an extended illness. He was born June 30, 1950 in Sacramento, but lived in the Lodi area.

    He worked as a cook for Varney Crossing Nursing Home for a short time and for the Department of Corrections in Vacaville for a number of years. He was a member of New Hope Assembly of God Church in Galt.

    Mr. Geurin is survived by his wife, Alice Geurin of Lodi; his mother Clarice Geurin of Galt; a brother, Ira Smith of Soledad; three sisters, Christine Phipps of Auburn, Vinita Reynon of Burson and Leota Ingram of Texas and four step-children, Marcy Stanley and Shelley, Scott and Vaughn Glidden, all of New Hampshire.

    The funeral is 2 p.m. Wednesday at Ben Salas Funeral Home with Pastor Chris Annas of New Hope Assembly of God Church presiding. Committal will follow at Cherokee Memorial Park.

  3318. 1850 Census, 26 Subdivision,Bradley,Tennessee,pg 415. George G & Susan Geering, Nancy, Thomas, Susan, John, & George W Geering.
  3319. 1860 Census, District 10, Grainger, Tennessee, pg 483A. Geo G Gerrin - living with John Dunivant.
  3320. 1840 Census, , Hawkins, Tennessee, pg 205. George G Gearn: Males (0001000100000) Females(0000100100000).
  3321. 1830 Census, , Hawkins, Tennessee, pg 49. George G Guerin: Males(0100001000000) Females(0020001000000).
  3322. 1820 Census, Georgetown, Georgetown, South Carolina, pg 62A. George Garin: Slaves(2101110011011001).
  3323. 1810 Census, , Georgetown, South Carolina, pg 220. George Guerin: Males(00000) Females(00000) Other free persons(1).
  3324. 1930 Census, Precinct 7, Montague, Texas, pg 283. George, Lillie, Bonnie B, James L, & Frank Geurrin.
  3325. 1920 Census, Illinois Bend, Montague, Texas, pg 5B. George, Lillie & Bonny Geurin.
  3326. Obituary, Wichita Falls Times - Sunday, June 1, 1958. GEORGE GEURIN
    Nocona, Texas

    GEORGE H. GEURIN, 73, Saint Jo, Texas rancher, died Saturday in a Wichita Falls hospital after an illness of about three months. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at Scott Bros. Chapel in Saint Jo with Rev. ROY COOK, minister of the Missionary Baptist Church of Saint Jo, and Rev. GEORGE PARK, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Nocona, officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Creek Cemetery at Saint Jo. Geurin was a member of the Baptist Church and attended business college at Gainesville. He married the former MISS LILLIE GASTON in 1917 in Montague County.

    Survivors are his wife, two sons JAMES LUTHER GEURIN and FRANCIS W. GEURIN, both of Nocona, a daughter MRS. BONNIE BATES of Whitesboro; two brothers, L. O. GEURIN of Saint Jo and W. K. GEURIN of Fort Worth; three sisters MRS. BETH POYNER of Saint Jo, MRS. W. C. GRAVES of Fort Worth and MRS. E. R. YOUNGBLOOD of Okmulgee, Oklahoma, and seven grandchildren.

  3327. Death Certificate, Texas #36530.
  3328. SSDI, 462-50-8201.
  3329. SSDI, 463-12-9217.
  3330. 1930 Census, Hewitt, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 12. G W, Martha, Stella, Carroll, Luther, & Nettie Geurin.
  3331. 1900 Census, Chagris, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, pg 134a. George, Martha, Alice, Carrol, Delvia, Ruth, Ada, Stilla, Ella, & Lenille Geurin.
  3332. 1880 Census, Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 384D. GW, LV, EF, & PS Wright
    GW & NT Geurin.
  3333. SSDI, 447-50-8730.
  3334. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 4, Scurry, Texas, pg 263B. Edwrd, Annie, Mollie, Clyde, & Stella Geurin
    Isaac James (binlaw).
  3335. 1910 Census, 4 J-Pct, Scurry, Texas, pg 84B. Ebb, Annie L, Mollie L, Henry C, Stella F, Florence M, Ethel P, & Chally C Geurin.
  3336. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Martin, Texas, pg 237A. Henry E & Annie Geurin.
  3337. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Scurry, Texas.
  3338. Obituary, Big Spring Herald - Sunday, May 15, 1955. H. E. GEURIN Dies at Stanton

    Funeral services for HENRY EDWARD GEURIN, 81, Martin County farm operator, will be held Monday in Nalley Chapel. Bural will be in the Evergreen Cemetery at Stanton. Mr. Geurin died Friday at his home four miles north of Stanton.

    Mr. Geurin was a native of Cooke County, having been born there March 3, 1874. Rites will be conducted by ELMORE JOHNSON, minister of the Stanton Church of Christ, of which Mr. Geurin was a member.

    Surviving are his wife, Mrs. EMMA GEURIN; three daughters, Mrs. BEA DURHAM of Fort Worth, Mrs. STELLA WEST of Colorado City, Mrs. MYRTLE CAMPBELL of Stanton; three sons, CLYDE GEURIN of Stanton, CLAUDE "DUDE" GEURIN of El Paso, CARL GEURIN of Eloy, Arizona; 17 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

    He also leaves a stepson, EZELL MCKASKLE of Stanton; four brothers, CHARLES GEURIN of Beaumont, JOHN GEURIN of Galt, California, ALBERT GEURIN of Clinton, Oklahoma, and LUTHER GEURIN of Davis, Oklahoma.

    Pallbearers will be grandsons and include L. C. MIZE, HOLLIS MIZE, BENSON DURHAM, NEP DURHAM, LOUIS DURHAM, GERALD GEURIN, DON GEURIN and PERRY GEURIN.

  3339. Obituary, The Big Spring Daily Herald - Wednesday, November 24, 1937. Martin Co. Woman Claimed by Death
    Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. ANNA LOUISE GEURIN, Martin County farm woman who succumbed to illness Wednesday morning at her home nine miles northeast of Stanton. With her husband, H. E. GEURIN, she had resided in Martin County for the past 13 years. Following the rites conducted by MELVIN WISE, minister of the Church of Christ, at Eberley Chapel, the body was taken to Stanton for burial. Graveside rites were scheduled at 4 p.m. Mrs. Geurin, 62, had been a member of the Church of Christ for 40 years. Survivors besides her husband include three daughters, Mrs. T. B. DURHAM and Mrs. R. E. CAMPBELL of Stanton and Mrs. STELLA MIZE of Colorado; three sons, CLYDE and CARL GEURIN of Stanton and CLAUDE GEURIN of El Paso; 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. All of the sons and daughters were here for the funeral. Grandsons served as pallbearers and granddaughters as flower girls. In the former group were BENSON DURHAM, L. C. MIZE, HOLLIS MIZE, NEP DURHAM, PERRY DURHAM and J. D. BRITTON. The flower girls were JADA FAYE MIZE, PHLORINE MIZE, LULA MAE DURHAM, CLYDA MIZE and MARGIE GEURIN.
    .
  3340. SSDI, 463-52-3634.
  3341. SSDI, 557-26-8131.
  3342. Obituary. Lola L. Geurin, 86, of Saint Jo, TX, passed away on January 20, 2003 in a nursing home in Nocona, TX.

    She was born October 29, 1916 in Blanchard, OK to P.L. McClure and Lillian McClure. She married Jake Geurin in 1935 in Chickasha, OK. He preceded her in death in 1997. She was an Avon representative and homemaker. Mrs. Geurin was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Saint Jo, TX.

    Survivors include: one son, Gary (Butch) Geurin of Saint Jo, TX; two grandchildren, Kelly Don Geurin of Saint Jo, TX and Kody D. Patrick of Nocona, TX; and four great grandchildren.

    Services for Mrs. Geurin were on Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. in the Jerry Woods Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Clarence Russell officiating. Interment followed in Mountain Creek Cemetery, Montague Co., TX

    Pallbearers were Billy Heltcel, Floyd Stark, Wayne Grewing, Gary Caswell, Norman Caswell and Doie Allen. .

  3343. Obituary, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - Wednesday, January 22, 2003 . SAINT JO -- Lola L. Geurin, 86, a homemaker and Avon representative, died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, at a Nocona nursing home.

    Funeral: 2 p.m. Wednesday in Jerry Woods Funeral Home Chapel. Burial: Mountain Creek Cemetery.

    Lola L. Geurin was born Oct. 29, 1916, in Blanchard, Okla.

    Survivors: Son, Gary D. "Butch" Geurin and wife, Delores, of Saint Jo; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

    Jerry Woods Funeral Home

    Nocona, (940) 825-3285.

  3344. 1910 Census, Berwyn Twp, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 143B. James B, Mandy J, Thomas J, Arthur, Luther, Chapple, Willie, Jay B, & __llie Geurin.
  3345. 1900 Census, Township 4, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 38B. James B, Nandy J, Thomas J, Paralee, Hester, Arthur E, Luther E, James C, ___ L Geuriss.
  3346. Obituary. James Buchanan Geurin
    1857-1944
    Daily Ardmoreite, August 15, 1944
    Carter County, Oklahoma

    Funeral services for James Buchanan, 87, of Gene Autry, will be at the Nelda cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 with the Rev. Jessup officiating.

    Geurin, a resident of Carter County for 65 years, died Monday night at 9:00 following a week of illness. He was born in Tennessee June 8, 1857. His wife, Mandy Jane Geurin, died in 1918.

    Survivors include two daughters and two sons: Mrs. Perry Lee Deatherage of Okeemah, Mrs. Hester Taylor of Milo, J. C. Geurin of Ardmore, and J. B. Geurin, jr. of Richmond, California. There are 11 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

  3347. 1880 Census, , Cooke, Texas, pg 337A. James & Mandy Guren.
  3348. 1920 Census, Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 34B. Thomas J, Jessie, & Lorrine Geurin
    Maggie Hutson (m-in-law).
  3349. 1930 Census, Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 199B. Thomas J, Jessie, Lorena, Thomas L, & Billie L Geurin.
  3350. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Red River, Texas. birthdate: 2 Oct 1883.
  3351. 1860 Census, No 6, Parker, Texas, pg452. N, T, S, G, W, L, K, & J Guerin & one other (Bunker???).
  3352. 1900 Census, Precinct 1, Fannin, Texas, pg 55A. Jane W Nivens
    Emma, Lena, Albert, John, Luther, & Corda Geurin.
  3353. 1880 Census, , Cooke, Texas, pg 337A. Wm, Emmer, Edward, Charles, & Marry Guren.
  3354. Early Records of Montague County, Texas 1858-1879, pg 56.
  3355. Obituary, Healdton Herald - July 5, 1934. Mrs. Wright Passes

    Funeral services were conducted at the family residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 P.M., for Mrs. Lavinia Wright, eighty-year-old pioneer of the Fore Store community.

    Mrs. Wright had been in ill health for some time.

    Walter Ray conducted funeral services with interment in Graham cemetery. Collier Brothers had charge of funeral arrangements.

    Mrs. Wright was born in Cleveland, Tennessee, May 14, 1854 and died July 3, 1934, being eighty years, one month and twenty days of age at death. She was well known in the western part of Carter county.

    Survivors are four daughters, Misses Mittie, Jessie and Lillie Wright and Mrs. Ethel Emberling.

  3356. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct No. 2, Montague, Texas, pg 21A. Louis K, Annie C, Andrew J, George H, William K, Lester O, __thinia J, Lavinia A, & Augusta L. Geurin.
  3357. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct No 2.1, Montague, Texas, pg 4A. Louis K, Ann C, Andrew J, Ida M, George H, William K, James L, Lester, Bethena J, Frank S, & Lavinia J Geurin.
  3358. 1920 Census, Illinois Bend, Montague, Texas, pg 1A. Louis K, Anna C, Will K, Lester O, Bethia (??) S, Lavina A, & Augusta L Geurin.
  3359. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 127. L. Ken, William K, Ethel O, Billie K, & Lester O Gearing.
  3360. DAR, Montague Co., Texas Marriage Books B & C.
  3361. Earliest Marriages of Montague County, Texas 1873-1882, pg 3.
  3362. Marriage Records 1873-1924 (Montague Co., Texas), Book B, pg 64 (license).
  3363. SSDI, 447-24-1248.
  3364. SSDI, 466-60-8264.
  3365. Marriage Certificate. Montague,Texas
    Volume L page 300.
  3366. SSDI, 462-38-1155.
  3367. Death Certificate, Texas #04420.
  3368. SSDI, 440-48-7598.
  3369. Obituary, Indian Journal (Eufaula, Oklahoma) - April 9, 1970. AUGUSTA YOUNGBLOOD
    Funeral services for Mrs. AUGUSTA GEURIN YOUNGBLOOD, 69, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday in Saint Jo, Texas. Mrs. Youngblood formerly lived in Okmulgee for 40 years. Rev. W. L. KERN of the Trinity Baptist Church of Ardmore officiated. Survivors include her husband, E. R. YOUNGBLOOD Sr.; four sons, LOUIS of Eufaula, LLOYD of Phillips, Texas, E. R. Jr. of Ardmore, and ARCHIE of Claremore; 15 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter; two sisters, Mrs. BETH POYNER of Saint Jo and Mrs. VINE GRAVES of Fort Worth, Texas.

    (found at genforum.com).

  3370. 1910 Census, Brady Twp, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 20B. Luther L, Myrtle, & Odell Geurin.
  3371. 1920 Census, Brady, Garvin, Oklahoma, pg 25A. Luther L, Myrtle, Odel, Dorthey, Bertie, & Wade Gearon
    Drannon Weaver (son).
  3372. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Mitchell, Texas, pg 235A. Luther L, Myrtle, Dorthy, Wade, & Drannon Geurin
    Viryl Alxender (soninlaw).
  3373. SSDI, 465-36-8783.
  3374. Obituary, Reporter News (Abilene, Texas) - July 13, 2001. Mrs. Cora Odell Pace
    COLORADO CITY - Mrs. Cora Odell Pace, 92,died Wednesday, July 11, 2001, at her home. Graveside services will be 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Colorado City Cemetery with the Rev. Tommy Culwell officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Kiker-Seale Funeral Home.

    Mrs. Pace was born June 17, 1909 in Hardeman County. She married Nelson Pace, who preceded her in death in 1962. She was a resident of Mitchell County since the early 1920's.

    Survivors are a daughter, Dolores Narrell of Loraine; a son, Horace Pace of Colorado City; and three grandchildren.

    She was preceded in death by her parents, L.L. and Myrtle Geurin; her husband; a sister, Dorothy Alexander;and three brothers, Bethel Geurin, Wade Geurin and Drannon Geurin.

    Memorials may be made to a charity of choice.

  3375. Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002.
  3376. SSDI, 466-16-3234.
  3377. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite, November 16, 2005. Graveside services for Charlotte Lorena Kyle, 88, will be at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005, at Rose Hill Cemetery with the Rev. Rusty Brock officiating.

    Born on July 20, 1917, in Berwyn, Okla., to Thomas Jasper and Jessie M. Hutson Geurin, she died on Nov. 14, 2005, at a local health care facility. She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Tom and Billy Geurin; and her beloved and faithful companion, "Bootsie" her cat.

    She married Lovell Kyle in November of 1937 in Ardmore. He preceded her in death on March 20, 1989.

    She lived in Concord, Calif., from 1945 to 1992, working for the J.C. Penney Company as a buyer and sales manager for 35 years. After retiring in 1992, she returned to Ardmore. Charlotte loved to travel. She enjoyed taking trips with the First Ladies at First National Bank. She and her brother, Tom Geurin, would visit friends and relatives in California. She loved to read, do puzzles, and she enjoyed eating out with her friends as often as possible. She was always ready to go.

    Charlotte and her cat "Bootsie" developed a special relationship with her nephew and caregiver Tommy Geurin. They shared many of her favorite meals, especially a cheeseburger and a coke, during his daily visits over the last several years. She will be missed.

    Survivors include a son, Gary Kyle and his wife, Kathy, San Diego; a grandson, Brendan Kyle, San Diego; three granddaughters, Ashleigh Kyle, New York City, Beverly Gava and her husband, Robert, Windham, Maine, and Jamie Kyle, San Diego; two great-grandsons, Trevor and Nolan Gava, Windham; sisters-in-law, Willa Geurin, Ardmore, and Joyce Geurin, Danville, Calif.; four nephews, Bob Geurin and wife, Jan, Ardmore, Larry Geurin and wife, Lynn, San Antonio, Tommy Geurin and wife, Shelley, Ardmore, Richard Geurin and wife, Cathy, Ardmore; nieces, Carole Geurin Wiggs and husband, Joe, and Bunny Ragland and husband, Jimmy, also of Ardmore; three great-nephews; five great-nieces; two great-great-nephews; five great-great-nieces; her beloved friends and neighbors, Bonnie Dixon, Carol Pemberton, Dorothy Merrill and Barney Merrill, all of Ardmore.

    Memorials can be made to Cross Timbers Hospice.

    Visitation will be from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday at Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home. An online guest book is available at www.hdouglasfuneralhome.com.

  3378. SSDI, 447-14-7636.
  3379. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite - June 11, 1998 . Thomas Leon Geurin

    Funeral services for Thomas Leon Geurin, 74, will be Friday afternoon, June 12, 1998, at 2 p.m. in Harvey-Douglas Chapel. Interment will be at Rose Hill Cemetery.

    The son of the late Thomas Jasper and Jessie Maude Hutson Geurin, he was born Feb. 23, 1924, at Berwyn, Okla., and passed away Wednesday, June 10, 1998, in the local hospital following an extended illness.

    Mr. Geurin was a lifelong resident, having graduated from Gene Autry High School. He attended Murray State College and served duringWorld War II in the U.S. Army 4th Infantry Division. He received a Bronze Star. After returning home he married the formerWilla Whaley July 3, 1948.

    He worked for OG&E as a lineman and retired after 49 years of service. He was a member of American Legion, Veteransof Foreign Wars and OG&E Trailblazers.

    He is survived by his wife, of the home; four sons and their wives, Bob and Jan, Tommy and Shelley, and Richard andCathy of Ardmore, and Larry and Lynn of Richmond, Va.; a daughter and her husband, Carole and Joe Wiggs, also of Ardmore;a sister, Charlotte Lorena Kyle of Ardmore; and grandchildren, Shawn and wife Carmella Geurin of Ardmore, Jeff and wife Amy Geurin of Houston, Jennifer and husband Rich Marshall of Irving, Texas, Robby Geurin of Ardmore, Betsy Geurin of Indianapolis, Ind., and Rachel Geurin of Richmond, Va. He was also survived by two great-grandchildren, Hannah Geurin of Ardmore, and Nicholas Marshall of Irving, Texas. He was preceded in death by a brother, Bill, in October of 1983.

    Serving as bearers will be J.T. Gilliam, Jay Lemaster, R.B. Walker, Jerrel Allen, J.C. O'Dell and Clarence Young. Honorary bearers will be George Donovan, Wood Marris, Jake Chambers, Tommy Gaylor, Max Hanus, Lowell Keeton, Nhu Tran, Dale Blaine and all OG&E Trailblazers members.

    Services will be under the direction of Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home.

  3380. 1920 Census, Cordell, Washita, Oklahoma, pg 182b. Albert, Annie, Felona, & Mabrie Geurin.
  3381. 1910 Census, Cordell Twp, Washita, Oklahoma, pg 55B. William Albert, Annie, & Nora D Geurin.
  3382. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Washita, Oklahoma.
  3383. Obituary, Amarillo Globe-Times - June 17, 1957. WILLIAM A. GEURIN

    WILLIAM ALBERT GEURIN, 75, of Clinton, Oklahoma, died Sunday in Vivian’s Nursing Home here. He was born Jan. 10, 1882 in St. Jo, Montague Co., Texas.

    Surviving are two sons, D. E. GEURIN of 801 Forest in Amarillo and M. M. GEURIN of Woodward, Oklahoma; two daughters, Mrs. DELONA WEBB and Mrs. BONNIE COSTER of Albany, Oregon; two brothers, C. W. GEURIN of Beaumont, California and J. R. GEURIN of Galt, California, and eight grandchildren.

    Funeral services and burial will be held at Clinton under the direction of Kern & Schneider Funeral Home. N. S. Griggs & Sons had charge of arrangements here.
    .

  3384. SSDI, 541-22-5583.
  3385. SSDI, 445-07-6533.
  3386. SSDI, 446-18-0641.
  3387. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 26A. John, Mary, Marcilus D, Daniel H, James B, Nancy M, & Sarah E Gibson
    Bashebe, John L, & Liallia A Poteet (gkids).
  3388. 1880 Census, District 13, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 115C. John W, Mary, Mary J, William P, Margaret S, Massey T, Marsillus D, Daniel A, & James B Gipson
    Alexander & Laura A (dau) Poteete.
  3389. 1870 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 221A. John W, Mary, Laura M, Mary J, William ?, & Margaret Gibson.
  3390. 1910 Census, Civil District 6, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 145B. Marcellus D, John W (dad), Mary (mom), & Thomas C (neph) Gibson.
  3391. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 27A. Winnie, Lizzie, Mercilous, John, Mariah, Joseph, Mary B, & Rachel Gibson.
  3392. 1911 Census, Athens, Brockville, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. William, Mary E, & Lillie May Gibson.
  3393. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - September 24, 2009. GIER

    Anna Irene Gier, age 88, of Versailles, died Wednesday, September 23, 2009, in Versailles.

    She was born March 11, 1921, in Morgan County, the daughter of Lloyd and Rosa (O'Neal) Opie.

    She was married on November 19, 1936, to Luther W. Gier, who preceded her in death on October 21, 1958. She then married Charles W. Gier on September 15, 1961, and he preceded her in death on April 7, 1981.

    She was a member of the High Point Baptist Church and was a lifelong resident of the High Point area. She was a farm wife and a homemaker.

    Survivors include three sons, David Gier and his wife Ann of High Point, Philip Gier and his wife Karla of Eldon, and Steven Gier of Eldon; two daughters, Katheryn Blankenship and her husband Stanley of Barnett and Carolyn Spurgeon and her husband Bernard of Owensville; two brothers and sister-in-law, Donald and Georgia Opie of Eldon and Marlin Opie of Jefferson City;14 grandchildren and 19 greatgrandchildren.

    She was preceded in death by her parents, and a brother, J.R. Opie.

    Visitation will be held on Friday, September 25, from 5-8 p.m. at the Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

    Funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 26, at 11 a.m. at the High Point Baptist Church, High Point, with Pastor Glen Golden officiating. Burial will be in Hopewell Cemetery, Barnett.

    Memorials are suggested to High Point Baptist Church Scholarship Fund.

  3394. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, September 8, 1996. Clint B. Gier, 86, Eldon, died Thursday at Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital, Osage Beach. He was born July 18, 1910, at Bagnell, the son of Elzie and Jennie Woolley Gier. He was married to Goldie Cotton, who died March 11, 1985.

    A lifelong resident of Miller County, he owned Gier and Cotton Bait and Tackle in Lake Ozark and was a member of Bagnell Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: one daughter, Evelyn Pippen, Upland, Calif.; two sisters, Neva Pearon, Sedalia, and Nadine Opie, Eldon; three brothers, Glen Gier, Westminster, Calif., Ersal Gier, Russellville, and Oleph Gier, Eldon; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at Griswold-Kays Chapel, Eldon. Jim McGowin will officiate. Burial will be in Riley Lamm Cemetery.
    Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Monday.

  3395. 1920 Census, Bagnell, Miller, Missouri, pg 149A. Elzie, Jennie, Nova, Clinton, Leona, Luther, & Glen Gier.
  3396. Obituary, Daily Capital News - October 29, 1974. Mr. Gier, Eldon, dies

    Elzie E. Gier, 88, Eldon, died Saturday in Eldon.

    He was born Sept. 22, 1886, at Bagnell, son of Joseph and Ellen Vaughan Gier. On March 31, 1907, at Bagnell, he was married to Jennie Woolley. She died July 29, 1972.

    He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Eldon, and a lifelong resident of the Eldon area.

    Survivors include: Four sons, Clint Gier and Oleth Gier, both of Eldon, Ersal Gier, Russellville, and Glen Gier, Westminster, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Neva Pearon, Russellville, Mrs. Leona Cartner, and Mrs. Nadine Opie, both of Eldon; two brothers, Jake Gier, Eldon, and Ernest Gier, California; one sister, Mrs. Rena Watts, Spokane, Wash.; 23 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church, Eldon, with the Rev. Don Winwright officiating. Burial will be in the Hopewell Cemetery, Barnett. Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, is in charge of arrangements.

  3397. Obituary, Daily Capital News - August 1, 1972. Mrs. Gier dies Saturday

    Mrs. Gennie Gier, 82, of Eldon, died Saturday at Memorial Hospital.

    Mrs. Gier was born June 1, 1890, at Bagnell, the daughter of Joseph and Alma Gibbons Woolley. She was married March 31, 1907, at Bagnell, to Elzie Gier, who survives.

    Mrs. Gier was a member of First Baptist Church of Eldon. She was a life-long resident of Miller County.

    Other survivors include: Four sons, Clint Gier and Oleph Gier, both of Eldon, Ersal Gier, Russellville, and Glen Gier, Westminster, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Neva Pearon, Russellville, Mrs. Leona Cartner and Mrs. Nadine Opie, both of Eldon; three brothers, Joe Woolley, Eldon, Frank Woolley, Barnett, and Fred Woolley, Belle; two sisters, Mrs. Jessie Gier, Eldon, and Mrs. Rachel Smith, Barnett; 23 grandchildren, 29 great-great-grandchildren (sic) and two great-great-grandchildren.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at First Baptist Church of Eldon, with the Rev. Don Wainwright and th (sic) Rev. R.C. Reichert officiating. Burial will be in Hopewell Cemetery, Barnett. Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, is in charge of funeral arrangements.

  3398. SSDI, 499-24-5256.
  3399. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Tuesday, December 25, 1995. Leona M. Cartner, 83, Eldon, died Sunday at Capital Region Medical Center-southwest. She was born July 11, 1912, in Bagnell, the daughter of Elzie E. and Jennie Woolley Gier. She as married Nov. 2, 1929, in Bagnell to James L. Cartner, who died June 24, 1971.

    A lifetime resident of Miller County, she and her husband owned and operated Ozark Tackle and Supply. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Eldon, and was a member of the Esrudoma Sunday school class. She was a member of the Eldon Senior Citizens organization.

    Survivors include: one son, Bob R.Cartner, Eldon, two daughters, Betty L. Harbison, Eldon, and Patricia Rowles, Springfield; two sisters, Neva Pearon and Nadine Opie, both of Eldon; four brothers, Clint Gier, Eldon; Glen Gier, Westminster, Calif., Ersal Gier, Russellville, and Oleph Gier, Eldon; seven grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and two great-greatgrandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church. The Rev. Greg Bunn will officiate. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Barnett. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Memorials are suggested to First Baptist church or the Eldon Community Center.

  3400. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Friday, September 14, 2001. Ersal P. Gier, 79, Russellville, died Sept. 12, 2001, in Jefferson City. He was born Aug. 20, 1922, in Bagnell, a son of Elzie and Jennie Wooley Gier. He was married Jan. 16, 1945, in Tuscumbia, to Hazel May Scott, who survives at the home.

    He attended Walnut Grove School and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a
    farmer. He was a member of Greenridge Baptist Church in Eldon, serving as deacon since 1967.

    Other survivors include: one daughter, Linda Killday, Eldon; two brothers, Glen Gier,
    Westminster, Calif., and Oleph Gier, Eldon; two sisters, Neva Pearon, Sedalia, and Nadine Opie, Eldon; four grandchildren; three step grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and two step greatgrandchildren. One daughter, Barbara Jean Allison, preceded him in death.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Greenridge Baptist Church. The Rev. Bob Hoskins will officiate. Burial will be in Greenridge Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society or to Greenridge Cemetery.

  3401. Obituary. Oleph V. Gier
    August 2, 1928 - October 28, 2010
    Biography

    Oleph V. Gier, 82 of Eldon, Missouri passed away Thursday afternoon October 28, 2010 at University Hospital and Clinics in Columbia, Missouri. On August 2, 1928 he was born in Bagnell, Missouri to the late Elzie Everett and Jennie June (Woolley) Gier. On October 2, 1949 he was married in Lake Ozark, Missouri to Luvenia (Champlain) Gier who survives of the home.

    Others that survive,

    Sons, Tony Gier & Family of Lake Ozark, Missouri; Bruce Gier & Family of Eldon, Missouri; and Mark Gier & Family of Carthage, Missouri.

    Six Grandchildren

    Sister, Nadine Opie o Eldon, Missouri

    Oleph was a United States Marine Corps veteran of Korea. He owned and operated Gier's Standard Service for 35 years before retiring in 1990 to enjoy golf and his grandchildren. He was an active member of the First Christian Church of Eldon, Missouri; a member of the VFW Post #2442 and was a school board member for several terms.

    Visitation will be held on Saturday October 30, 2010 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM at Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon, Missouri. Funeral Service will be held on Sunday October 31, 2010 at 2:00 PM at the First Christian Church of Eldon, Missouri with the Rev. Shirley Williams officiating. Interment will follow at the Eldon City Cemetery with Full Military Honors provided.

    Memorials for Oleph are suggested to the First Christian Church Building Fund.

    Visitation

    Saturday October 30, 2010, 5:00 - 7:00 PM at Phillips Funeral Home
    Funeral Service

    Sunday October 31, 2010, 2:00 PM at First Christian Church
    Interment

    Sunday October 31, 2010 at Eldon City Cemetery.

  3402. Obituary, Daily Capital News - December 27, 1974. Jacob Gier, Eldon, dies

    Jacob Harvey Gier, 82, a retired farmer, died at his home in Eldon Tuesday.

    Mr. Gier was born Dec. 8, 1892, in the same home in Eldon. He was the son of Joseph and Ellen Vaughan Gier. Mr. Gier was married April 22, 1913, in Bagnell to Jessie Woolley, who survives.

    Mr. Gier was a member of the Bagnell Baptist Church and had been a church deacon for 32 years.

    Other survivors include: Two sons, Harley Gier, Russellville, and Charley Gier, High Point; two daughters, Mrs. Irmina Dowers, and Mrs. Rita Bunch, both of Eldon; one brother, Ernest Gier, High Point; one sister, Mrs. Rena Watts, Spokane, Wash.; 18 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today at Bagnell Baptist Church, with the Rev. Sam Martin officiating. Burial will be in Greenmore Cemetery in Barnett.

  3403. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, Sunday, September 24, 1995. Irmina M. Dowers, 80, Eldon, died Saturday at her home. She was born July 19, 1915,
    in Bagnell, a daughter of Jacob H. and Jessie Woolley Gier.

    She worked at Campbell.s Lake House Restaurant, Lake Ozark, and was a chef for 32
    years before retiring in 1982. she was a member of Bagnell Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: two daughters, Norma Hardin, Fulton, and Betty Trotter, North
    Augusta, S.C.; two sisters, Mary McGinty and Helen Keith, both of Fulton; four grandchildren
    and five great-grandsons.

    Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Callaway Memorial Gardens. Brother
    Russell Salmons will officiate. Visitation will be from 2-4 p.m. today t Debo Funeral Home, Fulton.

  3404. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 25B. Joseph, Ellen J, Lettie E, Fleetie B, Lucy A, Elza E, Susan A, John T, Jacob H, Reno O, & Joseph E Gier.
  3405. SSDI, 482-26-8338.
  3406. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 21B. Thos, Elen, James F, Bertha, Bessie, Effie, Anna, & Jannie Gier.
  3407. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 144B. Thomas D, Annie, Vonie, Manual, & Joe Gier.
  3408. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36A. Thomas D, Ella J, Alma S, Janie I, Eliza A, Nettie L, Manuel D, Thomas J, & Effie A Gier.
  3409. SSDI, 441-09-0782 .
  3410. 1870 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 243A. Martha A, James, Lucy J, Ellen, & Thomas Guyer.
  3411. SSDI, 489-07-0287.
  3412. 1930 Census, St Louis, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 129B. Chesley E & Ida E Giesler
    Ruth M Underwood (dau)
    William, Murtie L, Leslie E, Daisy M, & Velma D Herron
    William Giesler.
  3413. SSDI, 498-01-0970.
  3414. SSDI, 365-36-8990.
  3415. Obituary, Daily Telegram, The (Adrian, MI) - Wednesday, November 7, 2001 . ONSTED: Myron E. "Paddlefoot" Gilbert, age 65, of Onsted, passed away Nov. 6, 2001, at his home.

    He was born May 2, 1936, in Romulus, Mich., the son of Hamilton C. and Henrietta F. (Lindeman) Gilbert. He lived most of his life in the Onsted and Brooklyn area.

    Myron married Sadie A. Davis on Nov. 24, 1956, in Adrian. She survives. He retired from the Ford Motor Company, Rawsonville Plant. He was an avid raccoon hunter and fisherman. He loved farming, especially his horses, dogs and mules.

    Surviving besides his wife, Sadie, are two sons, Myron Gilbert and Pam Eisenhower of Brooklyn; Frederick Gilbert of Onsted; three daughters, Barbara (David) Klinck of Allen, Rebecca Gilbert of Nashville, Mich., and Lisa (Rick) Graham of Oregon, Ohio; 12 grandchildren; four brothers, Peter (Helen) Gilbert of Steuben, Mich., Adam (Mary Ann) Gilbert of Gould City, Mich., Hamilton Gilbert of Cement City, Jack (Beth) Gilbert of Brooklyn;six sisters, Mary (Duane) Lindeman of Brooklyn, Henrietta (Tim) Kelly of Hudson, Jenny (Al) Bunch of Grass Lake, Karen (Brian)Olds of Jackson, Pansy (Phillip) Westheimer of Jackson, Tonya Gilbert of Grass Lake, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Annette, a brother, Timothy, and his parents.

    Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Dunn Chapel, Brown-Van Hemert Funeral Home in Onsted with Pastors Marvin and Prince Miles officiating. Interment will be made in the Highland Cemetery in Brooklyn. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m.Thursday, 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Friday.

  3416. SSDI, 441-22-1832.
  3417. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite - August 24, 1998 . Russell T. 'Butch' Gillaspy

    ALMA -- Graveside rites for Russell T. "Butch" Gillaspy, Ratliff City, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Alma Cemetery with L.T. Woodall officiating.

    Gillaspy died Aug. 22, 1998 in Ardmore. He was born April 27, 1958, in Santa Ana, Calif., to Cecil and Deloris Dobbins Gillaspy.

    He was a graduate of Fox High School and had been a resident of this area since 1973.

    Survivors include his mother, Deloris Gillaspy; and sister, Debbie Wilson, Ratliff City; a brother, Ray, Velma; his father, Russ Page, Shelby, Ohio.

    Bearers will be Bill Bloodworth, Dee Elis, Dewey Briscoe, Allen Thacker, Richard Burton and Roger Williams.

    Milburn Funeral Home will direct services.

  3418. SSDI, 442-09-8243.
  3419. SSDI, 442-42-8550.
  3420. SSDI, 444-18-4640.
  3421. 1880 Census, Covington, Tipton, Tennessee, pg 303D. Greenberry & May Gillespie
    Ellen Tiller (minlaw).
  3422. 1900 Census, Covington, Tipton, Tennessee, pg 49B. GB & Susie J Gillespie
    Pattie P Jones (sisnlaw).
  3423. 1910 Census, Covington, Tipton, Tennessee, pg 89B. Green B, Susie J, & Paul G Gillespie.
  3424. 1920 Census, Covington, Tipton, Tennessee, pg 54A. Greenberry & Catherine R Gillespie.
  3425. 1930 Census, Covington, Tipton, Tennessee, pg 4A. Green B & Katherine P Gillespie.
  3426. Tennessee Death Index 1908 - 1912 http://www.tennessee.gov/TSLA/history/vital/death2.htm#g.
  3427. 1830 Census, , Pickens, South Carolina, pg 301B. Green B Gilaspy: males(1000100100000) females(1000200000000).
  3428. 1840 Census, , Lumpkin, Georgia, pg 268B. GB Gillespie: males(0110010000000) females(2010010000000).
  3429. 1860 Census, Grassy Knob, Pickens, Georgia, pg 958. Green, Rebecca, Sophina J, Sarah A, Green D, Mary T, Malissa S, & Amanda E Gillaspie.
  3430. 1870 Census, , Gordon, Georgia, pg 219B. Gren B, Rebecca, Mary V, & Amanda E Gillespie.
  3431. Bartow County Marriage Records. Recorded Book E Marriages Page 371.
  3432. 1930 Census, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, pg 177B. Florence Gillespie
    Anna S Hamner (mom)
    Anne Gillespie (dau).
  3433. 1920 Census, Covington, Tipton, Tennessee, pg 50B. Paul GB, Florence H, & Ann Tiller Galespie
    Annie S Hamner (minlaw).
  3434. 1930 Census, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, pg 94A. May & Frederick Puderer
    May, Green, May, & Betsie Gillispie.
  3435. SSDI, 433-03-8518.
  3436. 1910 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 1A. George & Lis... Gilvin
    Robert, Mary & Raymond Pemberton.
  3437. 1880 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 25A. George W, Minerva J, Lovisa, Carrie, Iva P, & Martha Gilvin
    Jasper Coats (stepson).
  3438. 1900 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 257B. Dennis A, Bessie B, Georgie F, William, & Mattie Blakemore
    George W Gilvin.
  3439. Obituary, The Gospel Herald - Volume XVI, Number 47 - February 21, 1924 - page 956,957. Gingerich. - Jacob Gingerich was born in Elkhart Co., Ind., April 30, 1859; died at Goshen, Ind., Jan. 29, 1924; aged 64 y. 8 m. 28 d. On March 28, 1901, he was united in marriage to Magdalina Wenger. About 11 years ago he joined the Mennonite Church and seemed to be quite interested in the welfare of the Church and faithful to the cause which he had espoused. He leaves to mourn his departure his wife, one son (Ellis), one brother (Abraham, of Constantine, Mich.), one sister (Elizabeth, of Goshen, Ind.), besides many other relatives and friends. He was a kind and loving husband and father and will be greatly missed in the home. Funeral services as the Yellow Creek Church conducted by Bros. J. W. Christophel and J. S. Hartzler.
  3440. 1930 Census, De Leon Springs, Volusia, Florida, pg 143B. John & Amanda Gist.
  3441. 1920 Census, Wellington, Sumner, Kansas, pg 227B. John T, Josie, Doyne, Geneva, Thelma, & William Gist.
  3442. 1900 Census, Pigeon, Baxter, Arkansas, pg 43B. John T, Leana, Berta, Oma, Sallie, Thomas, Mark, & Lula Gist.
  3443. SSDI, 339-10-3273.
  3444. SSDI, 446-50-6650.
  3445. SSDI, 447-22-0666.
  3446. SSDI, 564-30-3646.
  3447. 1870 Census, Union, Ripley, Missouri, pg 669A. Bledsoe & Octavia A Gist.
  3448. 1910 Census, 8-Wd Springfield, Greene, Missouri, pg 89A. Evens, Mattie T, Boid E, Marvin, Ella, See A, & Mary E McClintock
    William E Gist.
  3449. SSDI, 440-18-2560.
  3450. 1880 Census, Cedar, Monroe, Iowa, pg 122D. Scott, Heretta, Jennie M, Mary, & Elizabeth Gladson.
  3451. 1900 Census, Cedar, Monroe, Iowa, pg 14A. Dannial S, Henrietta, Jessie C, & Sennie S Gladson.
  3452. 1920 Census, Philip, Haakon, South Dakota, pg 68B. Hope Vail (boarder).
  3453. 1880 Census, District 10, Madison, Tennessee, pg 254B. Dan, Susan, & Lucinda Gowens.
  3454. 1910 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 77A. Oren, MM, Leata, & Ethell Godfrey.
  3455. SSDI, 540-20-7608.
  3456. 1910 Census, Ward 9, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 60A. Sherman & Flora Goin.
  3457. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 125A. Generale & Flora Goins
    Kalie Hopkins (sisnlaw)
    Maxie Perkins (sisnlaw).
  3458. 1880 Census, District 12, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 230D. Jasper, Rachell, Easter C, Levi J, Barbary A, & Cathrine J Goin.
  3459. 1870 Census, District 12, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 330B. John, Hannah, Rachel E, Mary, Martha, Anna, & Nancy E Goin
    Elijah & Sarah Raney.
  3460. 1880 Census, District 12, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 230A. Sterlling, Melvina, Cathrine, Grant, Sharman, Norvesta, & Edwinna Goin.
  3461. 1900 Census, District 12, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 166A. Sterling, Martha M & Osher S Goin.
  3462. 1900 Census, District 12, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 172B. Sterling W, Minie B, Alta A, & Perlie Goin.
  3463. 1880 Census, District 24, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 143B. Rowlen, Gillie, Marianne, Robert, Osro, & Mary Gooch.
  3464. 1870 Census, District 15, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 449B. Rolla, Gilla A, Lucinda, William, Mary A, Nancy, Robert, Azro, & Mariah Gooch.
  3465. 1860 Census, District 14, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 127B. Rolin, Gillian, Lucinda, William P, Jane, & Nancy Gouch.
  3466. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 163B. Elijah Robison
    Cora (sis) & Noah E Gooch.
  3467. 1880 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 276B. William, Sarah, Aplone, John, Lucy, & Della Huey
    William Gooch.
  3468. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 173B. Lige Robison
    Cora E (sis) & Noah E Gooch.
  3469. 1920 Census, Pilot Point, Denton, Texas, pg 196A. Noah E & Cora E (mom) Gooch.
  3470. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Denton, Texas.
  3471. 1880 Census, Cassville, Bartow, Georgia, pg 532A. Joshua, Mary, Thomas, Margaret (dinlaw), & Elbert (laborer) Gore.
  3472. 1900 Census, Cassville, Bartow, Georgia, pg 214B. Thomas G, Fannie, Charley C, & Mary C Gore.
  3473. 1910 Census, Cassville, Bartow, Georgia, pg 141B. Thomas, Laura, Fannie, Charles, & Mary Goar.
  3474. 1920 Census, Pine Log, Bartow, Georgia, pg 241A. Thomas GB, Nancy K, & Murphy (gson) Gore.
  3475. 1930 Census, Pine Log, Bartow, Georgia, pg 117B. Thomas G & Nancy Gore.
  3476. 1900 Census, Richmond, Ray, Missouri, pg 177A. Thomas Sr, Sarah M, Thomas J Jr, Mildred A, & Rachael D Gorham.
  3477. 1900 Census, Richmond, Ray, Missouri, pg 177A. William M, Mary E, & James J Gorham.
  3478. 1900 Census, Civil District 11, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 154B. Charles F, Mary D, Walter F, Lottie E, Lulu C, Hopson, Lillie M, Lizzie B, & General G Gose.
  3479. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 132A. Charley F, Mary D, Charlotte, Lou, Hop, Lillie, Lizzie, Grant, Cleo, Rowdy & Horace Gose.
  3480. 1920 Census, Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee, pg 181B. Charley F, Mary, Grant, Cleo, Rowdy, Horace, Hubert, Walter, Ella (gdau), & Vern? (gson) Gose.
  3481. SSDI, 413-62-1444.
  3482. 1920 Census, Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee, pg 182B. Hop, Lilly, Bessie, & Jessie Gose.
  3483. SSDI, 411-36-7769.
  3484. 1930 Census, District 1, Union, Tennessee, pg 174A. Hop, Lillie L, Bess, & Jess Gose.
  3485. SSDI, 409-08-4688.
  3486. SSDI, 290-01-4631.
  3487. SSDI, 411-28-7274.
  3488. SSDI, 411-40-5470.
  3489. Obituary, The Knoxville News-Sentinel - Monday, October 19, 1998 . GOSE, LILLIAN HURST - age 99, of Knoxville, died 7:30 a.m., Saturday, October 17, 1998, at Northhaven Healthcare Center. Member of Central United Methodist Church. Preceded in death by son, Kenneth Gose. Survivors: daughter, Bessie Doyle; son and daughter-in-law, Jesse F. and Dorothy Gose, all of Knoxville; daughter-in-law, Ola Gose, Camarillo, Calif.; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and three great, great-grandchildren; brother, Clayton Hurst, Taylor, Mich. Family and friends will meet at Skaggs Cemetery in Maynardville, at 1:45 p.m., Monday for a 2 p.m., graveside service and interment. Pastor Ted J. Ingram officiating. Family will receive friends 6-8 p.m., Sunday at Stevens Mortuary Oglewood Avenue at Broadway.
    .
  3490. SSDI, 413-14-3507.
  3491. Obituary, Knoxville News-Sentinel, The (TN) - Thursday, March 8, 2007 . DOYLE, BESSIE - age 90 of Knoxville, passed away Tuesday, March 6, 2007 at Parkwest Medical Center. She was a member of Arlington Baptist Church. Preceded in death by husband, C. Ray Doyle; brother, Kenneth Gose. Survivors: son, Phil Doyle of Knoxville; grandson, Phil Doyle, Jr. of Knoxville; granddaughter, Holly Michelle Chilman and husband David, and great grandchildren, Abby and Nick of Raleigh, NC; brother, Jesse Gose of Knoxville; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service 7:00 p.m. Friday in Stevens Mortuary Chapel with Rev.Ted J. Ingram officiating. Family and friends will meet at 10:45 a.m. Saturday at Lynnhurst Cemetery for an 11:00 a.m. graveside service and interment. The family will receive friends from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Friday at Stevens Mortuary, Oglewood Avenue at N. Broadway.Mrs. Doyle’s guest book is also available at www.stevensmortuaryinc.com.
  3492. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 154B. James G, Elpha, & Thelma Gouge.
  3493. New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891, 22 October 1874 (Ship: Fresia). Port of Departure: Hamburg, Germany & Le Havre, France
    Joah. & Dorothea Gragert, & Joach, Louise, Marie & August Werning.
  3494. Death Certificate, File No 24705.
  3495. 1850 Census, Johns River, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 3B. Isam, Betsey, Louisa, Patterson, William, & Washington Gragg
    Elisha Simms.
  3496. 1860 Census, Little River, Caldwell, North Carolina, pg 136B. Isam, Elizabeth, Louisa, William, Patterson, & Uysa Gragg.
  3497. SSDI, 347-12-1456.
  3498. SSDI, 446-03-7215.
  3499. SSDI, 442-01-7524.
  3500. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Grant, New Mexico.
  3501. 1900 Census, Greenville Ward 1, Hunt, Texas, pg 91A. John E, Anna, Myrtle, Maud L, Eula B, Fred E, Alline, & Johnnie Graham.
  3502. 1910 Census, Greenville Ward 1, Hunt, Texas, pg 102B. JE, Annie, Eula, Fred, Alline, Johnny Bell, George, & Louis Graham.
  3503. Texas Death Index 1903 - 2000, Mrs. Fred Erisman.
  3504. SSDI, 458-64-7865.
  3505. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 568-12-2344.
  3506. 1900 Census, Greenville Ward 1, Hunt, Texas, pg 92A. Marion ?, Maggie J, & Margaret Graham
    Harry L Tennawell (boarder).
  3507. 1910 Census, Fort Worth Ward 8, Tarrant, Texas, pg 118B. Marion R, Margret, Magarent, Evelym, Alton, & Emmet R Graham.
  3508. 1920 Census, Fort Worth Ward 8, Tarrant, Texas, pg 29A. MR, Maggie, Evyln, Alton, & MR Jr Graham.
  3509. SSDI, 455-78-6921.
  3510. SSDI, 464-09-3703.
  3511. 1900 Census, Greenville Ward 1, Hunt, Texas, pg 90B. William ?, Carrie E, Olin A, Ernest W, Clifton M, Raymond, Vera, Lettie, & Aura Graham.
  3512. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas.
  3513. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Tarrant, Texas.
  3514. 1860 Census, Western District, Lee, Virginia, pg 823. Wm, Leiticia, Orlena J, Charles, Isabelly, Richard, & Nancy Graham
    Cornelious Southern.
  3515. 1870 Census, Jonesville, Lee, Virginia, pg 247B. Wm R, Eletta B, Orlena J, Charles C, Isabella W, Richard T, Nancy G, William M, John E, & Marion Graham.
  3516. 1880 Census, Precinct 1, Hunt, Texas, pg 428A. WR, EB, RT, Nannie, WM, JE, Marion, & MV Graham
    Andy Bretus (boarder).
  3517. 1900 Census, Greenville Ward 1, Hunt, Texas, pg 92A. William ?, Elatie B, Nellie, Ada (niece), & William A (gson) Graham.
  3518. 1910 Census, Greenville Ward 1, Hunt, Texas, pg 123B. E Lydia B, W Albert (gson), & Addie (niece) Graham.
  3519. 1881 Canadian Census, Omenee, Victoria South, Ontario, Canada, pg 22. Samuel, Maria, & Maude Grandy
    John Read (agent).
  3520. 1901 Census, Omemee, Victoria, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Sam R, Maria, Maud B, & Nina G Grandy.
  3521. 1911 Census, Omenee, Victoria South, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Saml, Maria, & Gerty Grandy.
  3522. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 6, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 215A. Edward L, Rosa ?, & Robert A Grate.
  3523. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 15, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 87A. EL, Rose E, RA, & MF (dauinlaw) Grate.
  3524. 1920 Census, St Louis Ward 15, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 136B. Edward L, Rose, Robert, & Mabel (dauinlaw) Grate.
  3525. 1930 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 91A. Edward L, Rose E, Robert A, & Mabel F (dauinlaw) Grate
    Lewis Bynum.
  3526. 1860 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 686. Louis, Jemima, Louis, & Lednella Grade.
  3527. 1870 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 544B. Lewis, Cathrine, Lewis, Leuellar, William & Mary Grate
    Augustia & Louisa Wise.
  3528. 1880 Census, Carondelet, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 51A. Joseph & Syrena Sale
    Ella & Syrena M Grate (nieces).
  3529. 1900 Census, Joachim, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 48A. Catherine, John F, Ada R (dinlaw), & May F (gdau) Grate.
  3530. 1880 Census, Joachim, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 63A. Thomas, Mary A, & Alen (gson) Burgess
    Catharine, Maggie G, & John T Great
    Angeline & Laura A Wise.
  3531. 1910 Census, Eaton, Weld, Colorado, pg 226A. John T, Addie R, May F, Emory F, & Cathrine E (mom) Grate.
  3532. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 7, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 53A. Albert F & Mary L Stone
    William ?, Julia A, & William E Grate.
  3533. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 6, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 215B. St Louis Ward 6, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 215B.
    William E, Julia, & William E Grate
    Julia Roth (mominlaw)
    Jesse Pitkin.
  3534. Obituary. Lawrence E. Graves
    Lawrence E. Graves, 94, Kokomo, passed away at 6:55 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009, at the Waterford Place Health Campus surrounded by his family. He was the son of James Alfred (Mannie) Graves and Melinda Katherine (Miller) Graves. Lawrence and his family moved to Howard County in 1926 from Union County, Tenn., where he was born Aug. 20, 1914.

    He married Bertha Irene (Robinson) on June 15, 1935. They lived near Russiaville, where he farmed all his adult life. He loved the outdoors. His garden produce was enjoyed by many families in the community. He loved to hunt, was an avid fisherman and was famous for his ability to catch bass. He and Bertha spent their summers in Marcell, Minn., and winters in Cape Coral, Fla., where many family and friends visited. He was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene for more than 70 years. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; three brothers, Claude, Oscar, and Milos; and a sister, Ica Coker Tucker.

    He is survived by a daughter, Phyllis Adler (Alan), Kokomo; two sons, Kenneth (Mary Alice), Kempton, and Ron (Betty), Punta Gorda, Fla.; a brother, Tom Graves; and a sister, Mary Jane Smelser. In addition, he had six grandchildren, Cindy (Graves) Williams and husband, Matt, Kokomo, Jason and wife, Amy, Russiaville, Cathy (Adler) Hart and husband, Lee, Palmyra, Va., Marcia (Adler) Leach and husband, Michael, Kokomo, Tamara (Adler) Appleton and husband, Barry, Sharpsville, and Chris Weaver and wife, Miriam, Galveston; 14 great-grandchildren, Austin LaFollette, Gracie Williams, Kady Jo Graves, Garrett Graves, Cory Hart and Cara Hart, both of Tacoma, Wash., Casey Hart, Palmyra, Va., Grant Appleton, and Evan Appleton, Allison Leach, Adam Leach, and Tabitha Weaver, and Cami Weaver.

    A celebration of life service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 3, 2009 at the First Church of the Nazarene, 2734 S. Washington St. Kokomo. Friends and family may call 2 to 8 p.m. Monday at Stout & Son Funeral Home, Russiaville Chapel, 200 E. Main St., Russiaville; and one hour before the service Tuesday at the church. The Rev. David Leeder will officiate. Entombment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery.

    Contributions may be made to the First Church of the Nazarene Building Fund. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home.

  3535. SSDI, 316-22-0322.
  3536. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 121. Walter C, Vina L, Price A, Hurhal E, Dempry, Mary J, Robert L, & Omer D Graves.
  3537. SSDI, 449-22-0490.
  3538. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 42B. Cuin, Louisa, Price, & Hershel Graves.
  3539. SSDI, 449-32-7739.
  3540. Obituary, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - Monday, May 26, 2003 . FORT WORTH -- James Dempsey Graves, 81, a retired warrant officer, passed away Saturday, May 24, 2003, in Fort Worth from complications of Alzheimers's disease.

    Graveside service: 11 a.m. Wednesday in Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery with full military honors.

    Memorials: The family requests memorials be made to Alzheimer's Association; La Gran Familia Orphanage, in care of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, 2900 Alemeda, or a charity of donor's choice.

    James D. Graves "Price" was born Sept. 20, 1921, in Bonita, Montague County and married Helen Addington April 12, 1939. He served in the Marine Corps during World War II in the South Pacific on Tarawa, Saipan and Eniwetoc. He also served in Korea in the Army and retired in 1981 as a chief warrant officer. James was proceeded in death by his wife of 64 years, Helen, in January of this year.

    Survivors: Daughter, Sandy Johnson and husband, Johnny; grandchildren, Kristy Kittle and husband, Rush, James M. Johnson and wife, Brenda; great-grandchildren, Rush and Conner Kittle, Jared and Hayden Johnson, all of Fort Worth; sister, Mabel Tucker of Nocona; nieces, Martha Hinton of Nocona, Barbara Kelly of Valley View, Carolyn Salmon of Abilene; nephews, W.R. Tucker of Nocona, Jamie Cooper of Mineral Wells and sister-in-law, Lillian Graves of Fort Worth.

    Greenwood Funeral Home

    3100 White Settlement Road, (817) 336-0584.

  3541. 1900 Census, Civil District 11, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 162A. Hopson B, Virginia, Eulalie M, Mary B, & Lillie F Gray.
  3542. 1930 Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 199B. Lawrence J & Rosa P Weekley
    Viola R Gray (minlaw).
  3543. 1920 Census, Big Creek, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 33A. William J & Viola R Gray.
  3544. 1910 Census, Big Creek Twp, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 26B. William & Viola Gray
    John U & Rosa Engledon (stepkids).
  3545. 1900 Census, Harrison, Benton, Iowa, pg 147B. William, Delbert, Clarence, & Clara Gray.
  3546. 1930 Census, East St Louis, St Clair, Illinois, pg 4B. Jesse J, Josephine, Velma L, Lois J, & Geraldine Grayson.
  3547. SSDI, 329-10-5599.
  3548. SSDI, 318-24-1137.
  3549. SSDI, 342-12-7349.
  3550. Obituary, Belleville News-Democrat, The (IL) - Thursday, May 1, 2008 . Velma Sodam, nee Grayson, 85, of O'Fallon, Ill., born Oct. 6, 1922, in Newberg, Mo., died Wednesday, April 30, 2008, at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Belleville, Ill.

    Mrs. Sodam was a retired collection agent for Missouri Pacific Credit Union. She was a member of St. Teresa Catholic Church, Belleville, Ill. Velma enjoyed cooking, especially for her family.

    She was preceded in death by a son, Kenneth John Sodam; her parents, Jesse and Josephine, nee Strawhun Grayson; and a sister, Jessie Ann Baxter.

    She is survived by her husband of 60 years, George E. Sodam, whom she married Jan. 21, 1948; two daughters, Katherine(James) Gudowicz of O'Fallon, Ill., and Judy (Richard) Osland of Riverton, Ill.; three sons, James (Dorine) Sodam of Belleville,Ill., David (Tina) Sodam of Festus, Mo., and Donald (Kim) Sodam of Collinsville, Ill.; three sisters, Lois Nuckolls, Geraldine Whitten, and Wanda Beckner; 14 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

    Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. Condolences may be expressed to the family online at www.rennerfh.com.

    Visitation: Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 3, 2008, at George Renner & Sons Funeral Home, Belleville, Ill.

    Funeral: A Memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 3, 2008, at George Renner & Sons Funeral Home, Belleville, Ill., with Deacon Don Deitz officiating. According to Velma's wishes, cremation was held.

    GEORGE RENNER & SONS FUNERAL HOME, Belleville, Ill.
    .

  3551. 1900 Census, St Michael, Madison, Missouri, pg 233B. Albert, Ella, Ethel, Albert, Charles, & Richard Green.
  3552. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 28, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 148A. Ella P, Ethel, Albert, Charles S, & Richard P Green.
  3553. 1920 Census, Oakland, Alameda, California, pg 208A. Ella, Ethel, & Richard Green.
  3554. 1930 Census, Oakland, Alameda, California, pg 263B. Ella P, Ethel, Cottie (dinlaw), Shirley (gdau), & Beryl (gdau) Green.
  3555. 1920 Census, San Francisco Assembly District 28, San Francisco, California, pg 204A. Charls S, Sottes, Shirley E, & Beryl E Green.
  3556. 1850 Census, District 27, Cherokee, Alabama, pg 123A. Alley, Polly, Betsy, & Nelly Green.
  3557. 1860 Census, District 2, Cherokee, Alabama, pg 69B. Aley Green
    Mary Enniss
    Elizabeth Green.
  3558. 1870 Census, Johnson, Union, Arkansas, pg 565A. Elias, Paralee, George B, & Sidney E Green
    William F Ethridge.
  3559. 1900 Census, Dillard, Howard, Arkansas, pg 235B. Joe, Agness, Ollie, Glen, & Infant Wakefield
    Parelee Green (mominlaw).
  3560. 1910 Census, Dillard, Howard, Arkansas, pg 94B. Agness, Ollie L, Elmer A, & Eulah Wakefield
    Paralee Green (mom).
  3561. 1920 Census, Blue Bayou, Howard, Arkansas, pg 6B. Pierce B & Agnes Odell
    Ollie T, Elmer G, & Eula Wakefield (stepkids)
    Paralea A Green (mominlaw).
  3562. 1900 Census, Elkrun, Columbiana, Ohio, pg 91A. George H, Susan W, Blanche O, Julia A, & Norval W Green.
  3563. 1910 Census, Unity Twp, Columbiana, Ohio, pg 81A. George H, Susie W, & Norvelle W Green.
  3564. 1920 Census, East Palestine, Columbiana, Ohio, pg 209A. George H, Susan W, & John C (nephew) Green.
  3565. 1930 Census, East Palestine, Columbiana, Ohio, pg 10B. Harvey & Susan Green.
  3566. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Ottawa, Oklahoma.
  3567. 1880 Census, , Cherokee, Alabama, pg 369D. George, Sarah, Henry, Mary E, & Thomas Green.
  3568. 1900 Census, Lathamville, De Kalb, Alabama, pg 183B. George W, Sarah A, John H, Susan A, Martha J, Emily, Nannie, Joseph P, George E, William W, & Sarah E Green.
  3569. 1910 Census, Lathamville, Dekalb, Alabama, pg 84A. George W, Sarah A, & Susan A Green
    Nancy Arnold (dau)
    Joseph P, George E, William W, & Sarah E Green
    Lillie L Arnold (gdau).
  3570. 1870 Census, Township 10 Range 10, Cherokee, Alabama, pg 320B. M Ennis
    E Green (sister)
    T Green.
  3571. 1850 Census, District 27, Cherokee, Alabama, pg 123A. Saxton, Elizabeth, Susan, Caroline, Henry, James, & Wm Green.
  3572. 1860 Census, District 2, Cherokee, Alabama, pg 63A. Saxon, Mary C, John H, James S, William W, George W, & Emily M Green.
  3573. 1870 Census, Township 10 Range 10, Cherokee, Alabama, pg 322A. S, Mary C, George W, & Emily Green.
  3574. 1880 Census, , Cherokee, Alabama, pg 369D. Sexon, Caroline, & Emily Green.
  3575. 1870 Census, Richland, Vernon, Missouri, pg 636B. John J, Lucinda, Chas S, & Ida A Green.
  3576. 1930 Census, St Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, pg 189B. Louis S, Lena, John, & Thomas Green.
  3577. 1920 Census, Mount Ayr, Ringgold, Iowa, pg 35B. SL, Florence, Irene, & John F Green.
  3578. SSDI, 262-10-6271.
  3579. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Wakulla, Florida.
  3580. 1880 Census, , DeKalb, Alabama, pg 647C. Lafayett, Sarah, John, James, Mary, & William Green.
  3581. 1900 Census, Lathamville, De Kalb, Alabama, pg 183B. William L, Sarah A, Mary E, Henry M, Levna, Andy M, & Lily B Green.
  3582. 1910 Census, Crossroads, Marshall, Alabama, pg 20B. William L, Sarah A, & Sallie A (gdau) Green.
  3583. familysearchlabs.org.
  3584. 1910 Census, Crossroads, Marshall, Alabama, pg 20B. John T, Martha J, John T Jr, Jassie, Christopher, & May Green.
  3585. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , De Kalb, Alabama.
  3586. 1900 Census, Henrixville, De Kalb, Alabama, pg 34A. William, Ida, & Myrtie Green.
  3587. 1910 Census, Perry Twp, Columbiana, Ohio, pg 193A. John & Julia Greenison
    Ralph Dales (hired).
  3588. 1920 Census, Perry, Columbiana, Ohio, pg 2B. John R, Julia, & John S Greenisen
    Elmer French (boarder).
  3589. 1930 Census, Perry, Columbiana, Ohio, pg 1B. John R, Julia A, John, Ralph H, & Ray J Greenisen.
  3590. SSDI, 289-14-8902.
  3591. Obituary, Blade, The (Toledo, OH) - Wednesday, November 23, 2005 . BRYAN - Ralph H. Greenisen, 82, former co-owner of the Greenisen and Tilton Funeral Home here, died Sunday in Mercy Hospital, Grayling, Mich., of injuries from a traffic accident earlier that day in that city.

    Mr. Greenisen, a Salem, Ohio, native who was a Navy veteran of World War II, owned and later co-owned the business from 1949 until he retired in 1986.

    A graduate of Salem High School and the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, he received his 50-year service award from Ohio's Funeral Directors's Association in 2001.

    "He was a very compassionate funeral director, and he always did [everything] by the book," his daughter, Judith Ann Lewis, said.

    After returning from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station in Chicago where he served during the war, Mr. Greenisen married Ruth Alice Stoudt and, in 1949, bought the former Krill Funeral Home in Bryan, which he renamed Greenisen Funeral Home.

    He later went into partnership with Thomas A. Tilton and the business became Greenisen and Tilton Funeral Home.

    In retirement, Mr. Greenisen enjoyed spending his summers at his Upper Peninsula cabin and winters at his Bryan home.

    Mr. Greenisen was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church, Bryan.

    His other memberships included Bryan American Legion Post 284, of which he was a past commander; Bryan Rotary Club,of which he was a past president, and various Masonic organizations in Bryan and Toledo.

    His wife died in 1988.

    Surviving are his daughters, Judith Ann Lewis and Joyce Louise Greenisen; brother, Ray Jacob Greenisen; two grandchildren, and two great-granddaughters.

    Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Burr Funeral Home and Crematory, Bryan, where the body will be after 2 p.m. Friday.

    The family suggests tributes to Wesley United Methodist Church or the Bryan Area Foundation.

  3592. Obituary, Evening News, The, (Sault Ste. Marie, MI) - Wednesday, November 23, 2005 . Ralph H. Greenisen, age 82 of Bryan, Ohio and a summer resident of DeTour Village passed away Sunday, November 20, 2005 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Grayling, Mich. He was the former owner of Greenisen Funeral Home which is now the Burr Funeral Home and Crematory. Mr. Greenisen retired from the funeral business in 1986.

    He graduated from Salem High School, Salem, Ohio in 1940, from Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church, past worthy patron of Eastern Star Bryan Chapter 248, Knights Templar , 32nd. Degree Mason, Toledo Zenobia Shriners, The Northwest Hi-Twelve club-Bryan, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Toledo, Northwest Chapter of R.A.M., Bryan Council, Royal Select Masons, Bryan Commandry K.T., past commander of Bryan American Legion Post 284, past president of Bryan Rotary Club, Loyal Order of the Moose-Bryan, Ohio and Funeral Director's Association where he had received his 50-year award in 2001.

    Ralph purchased the Krill Funeral in Bryan, Ohio on April 1, 1949, changed it to Greenisen Funeral Home, then went into a partnership with Thomas A. Tilton as Greenisen & Tilton Funeral Home. In 2004, it became the Burr Funeral Home & Crematory.

    Ralph H. Greenisen was born in Salem, Ohio on January 15, 1923, the son of John Robinson and Julia (Green) Greenisen. On June 2, 1946 he married Ruth Alice Stoudt in Salem, Ohio and she preceded him in death on February 6, 1988. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Judith Ann) Lewis of Bryan, Joyce Louise Greenisen of Traverse City, Mich.; two grandchildren, Lee Thomas Lewis of Ft. Wayne, Ind., Mrs. Joshua (Ann Louise Lewis) Nichols of Bryan, two great-granddaughters, Keegan Ann and Brooklyn Renee Nichols; a brother, Ray Jacob Greenisen of Salem, Ohio, three nieces and three nephews.

    Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, John Greenisen in 1991.

    Funeral services for Ralph H. Greenisen will be held on Saturday, November 26, at 1:30 p.m. in the Burr Funeral Home & Crematory-Bryan, with the Rev. Dwight Bowers of Wesley United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will follow in Shiffler Cemetery in rural Bryan. The family will receive friends in the funeral home on Friday, November 25 from 2-5 p.m. and from 7-9 p.m.

    Memorial contributions may be made to Wesely United Methodist Church or the Bryan Area Foundation. Condolences may be sent to the family and the on-line guest book may be signed at www.burrfh.com.

  3593. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36A. Thomas T, Willie L, & Bula M Greenup.
  3594. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 144A. TT, Jennie, Willis, Bula, & Ople Greenup.
  3595. SSDI, 486-01-6440.
  3596. Obituary, Daily Capital News - July 14, 1977. William Greenup dies at age 75

    William L. Greenup, 75, Eldon, died Tuesday at Memorial Community Hospital where he had been a patient for two weeks.

    He was born Dec. 11, 1901, at Eldon, a son of T.T. and Cora Brezentine Greenup. He was married Dec. 21, 1922, at Eldon, to Lois L. Bunmch, who survives at the home.

    Mr. Greenup was a lifetime resident of Miller County and a member of the Barnett Baptist Chapel. Mr. Greenup was also a member of I.O.O.F. 462, Eldon, and was employed with the Rock Island Railroad until his retirement on Dec. 1, 1967.

    Other survivors include: Two daughters, Mrs. Lorene Erickson, Eldon, and Mrs. Louise Campbell, Versailles; one sister, Mrs. Beulah Bunch, Eldon; one half-sister, Mrs. Opal Davis, Kansas City, Kan.; one half-brother, R.K. Greenup, Cleveland, Ohio; his step-mother, Mrs. Jennie Rowe, Eldon; four grandchildren and one great-grandson.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Griswold-Kays Funeral Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. Tommy Bunch and the Rev. Russell Swartz officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery, near Eldon.

    Memorial contributions are suggested to the Miller County Heart Association.

  3597. SSDI, 495-12-2121.
  3598. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser, Thursday, September 9, 1982. A former Eldon resident, Roscoe K. Greenup, 60, Conneaut, Ohio, died Friday, Sept. 3, 1983, at a Veterans Administration Hospital in Erie, Penn. He was born Nov. 30, 1921, at Eldon to Thomas T. and Mary J. Wood Greenup.

    He was an engineer for the Lake Erie Railroad from 1946 until 1964. During World War II Mr. Greenup served with the U.S. Marine Corps and he was a member of the VFW at Albion, Penn. He was also a member of the Baptist Church.

    Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Connie Eckels, Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. Roxanne Curtis, Denham Springs, La.; two sisters, Mrs. Opal Davis, Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Beulah Bunch, Eldon; and two grandchildren.

    Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Griswold-Kays Funeral Home with the Rev. Tommy Bunch officiating. Burial was in Dooley Cemetery.

  3599. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 20B. Thomas W, Lizza, Thos T, & Marry Greenup.
  3600. 1880 Census, District 5, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 516C. Patrick, Julia AC, & William HN Gregory.
  3601. 1900 Census, Township 4, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 149A. Doctor, Julia, William H, Charles, Thomas, Edward, John, Andrew, Lucy, & Wiley Gregory.
  3602. SSDI, 453-03-2228.
  3603. 1901 Census, Front of Lansdowne and Leeds, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 5. William, Martha V, Wallace W, Thomas B, Robert A, & Marth B Grier.
  3604. 1910 Census, Clark Twp, Pope, Arkansas, pg 49B. Daniel M, Ida L, Milton G, & Grace L Griffin.
  3605. 1920 Census, Clark, Pope, Arkansas, pg 53B. Daniel M, Ida, Milton, Grase, & Caroline Griffin.
  3606. 1900 Census, Civil District 16, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 72A. Howard, Laura, & Rose Griffin.
  3607. 1910 Census, Civil District 5, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 103B. Howard, Monie, Rosie L, Lula, & George Griffin.
  3608. 1920 Census, Civil District 8, Knox, Tennessee, pg 172A. Howard J Griffin (inmate).
  3609. 1850 Census, District 3, Madison, Tennessee, pg 378A. Harvey, Anna, Martha, & John Griffith.
  3610. 1900 Census, Platte, Andrew, Missouri, pg 150B. Charles L, Anna, Joseph A, Cecil, Flint L, Mabel, Beulah, & Shelton A (dad) Grigg.
  3611. SSDI, 500-09-6762.
  3612. 1930 Census, Nodaway, Andrew, Missouri, pg 27A. Claud, Estes, & Edward Clyde Griggs.
  3613. SSDI, 708-10-1299.
  3614. SSDI, 500-44-5956.
  3615. SSDI, 491-68-3575.
  3616. 1930 Census, Centralia, Boone, Missouri, pg 2B. Francis M, Sarah T, & Louise K. (niece) Griggs.
  3617. 1900 Census, Centralia, Boone, Missouri, pg 100. Francis M, Sallie, Glenn, & Ray Griggs.
  3618. 1910 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 33B. Francis , Salie T, & Roye C Griggs.
  3619. SSDI, 495-40-9861.
  3620. SSDI, 442-36-5997.
  3621. 1860 Census, Independence, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 73. Isaac, Rebeca, George, Thomas, Samuel, & Spencer Griggs.
  3622. 1870 Census, Harrison, Scotland, Missouri, pg 403. Isaac, R.A., Geo E, P.T., S.L., J.S., Jno R, P.M., & Wm M Griggs.
  3623. 1880 Census, Harrison, Scotland, Missouri, pg 123A. Isac, Rebeca Ann, Samuel L, John, Francis, & William Griggs
    James Cottinkam (neph).
  3624. Eugene Dodge, Marriages of Scotland County, Missouri 1841-1867 Vol I. Marriage listed as 25 Dec 1852.
  3625. 1900 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 10A. Payton, Barthena, Dona, & Isaac Griggs
    Connie Lewis (gson).
  3626. 1910 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 166a. Payton T, Berthina, & Fred Griggs
    Connie O Lewis (gson)
    Mary A Cleeton (minlaw).
  3627. 1920 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 141a. Isaac W, Mattie, Carl, Della E, & James P Griggs
    Barthena Griggs.
  3628. 1900 Census, BonneFemme, Howard, Missouri, pg 7. James & Rebecca Hargis, William M, Marth F, Clara M, Annie P, & Nancy E Griggs, & Samuel L Griggs (boarder).
  3629. 1920 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 2B. John R, Nancy & Burley Griggs.
  3630. 1930 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 5B. John R & Nancy J Griggs.
  3631. 1900 Census, Bourbon, Boone, Missouri, pg 10a. John, Nancy, Florence E, Georgie A, Ida Jane, Lula M, Bertha B, Charley, & Stacy Griggs.
  3632. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme Twp, Howard, Missouri, pg 7. James & Rebecca Hargis, William M, Marth F, Clara M, Annie P, & Nancy E Griggs Samuel L Griggs (boarder).
  3633. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, pg 216. James, Elizabeth, & Marie Porteas,
    Wm M Griggs (father in law)
    Gus Porteas.
  3634. 1930 Census, Canton, Lewis, Missouri, pg 146b. James H, Rebecca C, & Clara M Hargis
    Anna P Griggs.
  3635. 1920 Census, Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas, pg 264. William M & Pearl L Griggs
    Mary D, Victor M, Floyd E, & Homer D Goshas?? (kids).
  3636. Death Certificate, 63-006586.
  3637. 1910 Census, Ward 16, Kansas, Jackson, Missouri, pg 120A. Wm M, Martha F, Nancy E, John H, & Josie Irene Griggs.
  3638. 1910 Census, Ward 5, Canton, Lewis, Missouri, pg 146. James H, Rebecca C, & Clara M (gdau) Hargis, & Anna P Griggs.
  3639. 1915 Census, Parker, Montgomery, Kansas, pg 12. WM, Perl, Mary, Vaictor, FD, & Hamer Griggs.
  3640. 1900 Census, Platte, Andrew, Missouri, pg 148A. Jess & Ida Griggs.
  3641. 1910 Census, 5-Twp, Craig, Oklahoma, pg 82B. Jess J, Ida, Lenora, Claudie, James, Ada, & Stransie Griggs
    James & Edith Green (bro/sisnlaw).
  3642. 1920 Census, Nodaway, Andrew, Missouri, pg 58B. Jesse, Ida, Claude, James, Ada, Stransie, Dorotha, & Jessie Griggs.
  3643. 1930 Census, Nodaway, Andrew, Missouri, pg 27A. Jess, Allie, & Jessie Grigg.
  3644. SSDI, 497-54-0972.
  3645. SSDI, 486-14-0250.
  3646. 1930 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 249A. Stacy, Exie B, Martha F, & Exie C Griggs.
  3647. 1920 Census, Perche, Boone, Missouri, pg 6B. WD & Elvira Ann South
    Stacy (soninlaw) & Exis Barnice Griggs.
  3648. 1900 Census, Platte, Andrew, Missouri, pg 148A. John W, Nancy E, Blanche, Shelton A, William A, Lee E, & Champ C Griggs.
  3649. 1880 Census, Platte, Andrew, Missouri, pg 177C. JW, Clyde, Charles & Maude Griggs.
  3650. 1910 Census, Platte Twp, Andrew, Missouri, pg 112B.
  3651. 1920 Census, Platte, Andrew, Missouri, pg 77A. John W, Lilly A, Willie, & Wagneta R Griggs
    Robert T Donaldson (finlaw).
  3652. 1930 Census, Nodaway, Andrew, Missouri, pg 38A. John W, Lillie A, & Champ C Griggs.
  3653. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Harrison, Iowa.
  3654. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Andrew, Missouri.
  3655. 1920 Census, Washington, Nodaway, Missouri, pg 287B. Martin L, Anna E, Arthor Danson, Earl D, Richard H, Wayne, & Garnetta F Griggs.
  3656. SSDI, 515-22-7276.
  3657. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune (MO) - Tuesday, May 1, 2001 . Richard H. Griggs, 94, Sedalia, formerly of Clarksburg, died April 30, 2001, at Four Seasons Living Center, Sedalia.

    He was born Feb. 15, 1907, in Barnard, a son of Martin L. and Anna Dieterich Griggs. He was married June 5, 1965, in Trenton, to Bertha A. Griggs, who died Dec. 27, 1998.

    An Army veteran of World War II, he was a self-employed carpenter.

    He is survived by one sister, Frances Fogarty, Kansas City.

    Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Home, California. The Rev. Roy Sparks will officiate. Burial will be in LaPlata City Cemetery.

    Visitation will be from 6-7 p.m. today.

    Memorials are suggested to a charity of the donor's choice.

  3658. SSDI, 478-01-1009.
  3659. SSDI, 432-30-5647.
  3660. 1850 Census, District 48, Lewis, Missouri, pg 354. Shelton A, Rosa J, Isaac B, Jane, Nancy, Hannah J, Ella M, Catherine M, & Rowland Griggs.
  3661. 1870 Census, Payson, Adams, Illinois, pg 369. Thomas, Ellen, Thomas, Susan, Lena B, ???, & John Cadwaleder
    Jane Griggs.
  3662. 1860 Census, Dickerson, Lewis, Missouri, pg 62. John, Eliza, Mary, & _ _ Marts
    Jane Griggs
    Mary M Marts.
  3663. Annie W.B. Bell, Clark County, Kentucky Marriages, pg 45.
  3664. 1860 Census, Dickerson, Lewis, Missouri, pg 60. S.A., Jane, S.M., & R.L. Griggs.
  3665. 1870 Census, Ursa, Adams, Illinois, pg 762. Roland & Emily E Griggs
    Samuel Moore
    Mary A Moore.
  3666. SSDI, 487-22-2751.
  3667. Death Certificate, 24865.
  3668. Obituary, Statesman-Journal - Friday, October 5, 1984. Anna Larkins Mills

    KEIZER - Anna Larkins Mills, 88, of Keizer, died Wednesday.

    She was born in Harrisburg, Mo., and moved to Salem in 1929. She was a nurse's aide at the Oregon State Hospital for many years. She was a member of the First Christian Church and a past president of Gold Star Mothers, Salem Chapter.

    Survivors include her daughters, Gayle Switzer, Salem, and Garnet Saunders, Roseburg; and sons Melvin Larkins, McMinnville, and Harold Larkins, Sheridan.

    The casket will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Monday in City View Cemetery.

    Contributions may be made to the Oregon Lung Association.

  3669. SSDI, 540-22-1816.
  3670. 1920 Census, Union, Mahaksa, Iowa, pg 256b. Benjamin, Anna, Garnet, Gale, & Marvin Larkins, & John Griggs.
  3671. SSDI, 127-10-2687.
  3672. 1880 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 300A. James, Sophronia, Ellen, Sophronia, Lydia, John, Minnie, Lucinda, & William Grimes.
  3673. 1900 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 120A. James N & Saphrona E Grimes
    Lucy G (dau) & Earl J (gson) Kincaid.
  3674. 1910 Census, Civil District 1, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 19A. David, Margaret M, Maggie J, Alpha ?, Arthur, & Luther Gridstaff
    Nancy & John Strange (sis/bro in law).
  3675. 1920 Census, Civil District 4, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 87A. David M, & Margett M, Maggie J, Altha A, Arther A, & Luther H Grindstaff
    Nancy C Strange (sisnlaw).
  3676. 1900 Census, Civil District 17, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 193B. Cornelius & Susan Shelton
    Margaret & John Strange.
  3677. SSDI, 238-07-3272.
  3678. SSDI, 241-09-1111.
  3679. 1900 Census, Lawsonville, Rusk, Texas, pg 232A. William F, Sarah A, Myrtle, Lola, Belle, Maggie, Frank, Robert & Leona Gross
    Mary J Carter (mominlaw)
    Isaac M Dill (boarder).
  3680. 1910 Census, Dallas Ward 3, Dallas, Texas, pg 203B. William F, Sallie A, Frank J, Bobby S, Leona, Donalin, & Cleopatra Gross
    William H & Willis B (dau) Weaver.
  3681. 1911 Census, Pittsburg, Frontenac, Ontario, Canada, pg 2. Fredrick, Emma, Wilmur, & Ernest Grothier.
  3682. Obituary, Augusta Chronicle, The (GA) - Wednesday, September 14, 1994. Mr. James Medicus Grubbs Jr., 73, of 1909 Hagood Ave., died Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1994, at University Hospital.

    Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Barnwell County Memorial Cemetery, with the Rev. Posey Belcher officiating.

    Mr. Grubbs, a native of Barnwell, was the owner and operator of Grubbs Furniture Store for over 35 years and was an Air Force veteran of World War II. He was a member of Barnwell First Baptist Church and a past member of the American Legion.

    Survivors include his wife, Rose Mahaffy Grubbs; a son, James ``Med'' Grubbs III, Barnwell; and a daughter, Rosanne Ward, Augusta.

    Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association or the Alzheimers Association.

    The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Mole Funeral Home.

  3683. SSDI, 248-20-0563.
  3684. SSDI, 251-32-0982.
  3685. Obituary, Augusta Chronicle, The (GA) - Thursday, April 22, 2004. Rose Mahaffey Grubbs, 78, widow of James Medicus Grubbs, Jr., died Wednesday, April 21, 2004 in the University Hospital, Augusta, Ga.

    Born in Barnwell, S.C., she was the daughter of the late John Everette and Vera Martin Mahaffey. Mrs. Grubbs was a graduate of The Baptist Hospital School of Nursing and was a retired registered nurse with Barnwell County Health Department. She was a member of the Barwnell First Baptist Church.

    Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in the Barnwell County Memorial Cemetery (Airport) with the Rev. John McWhorter and Rev. Posey Belcher officiating. Visitation will be from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursday evening at Mole Funeral Home.Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Augusta Ga. Chapter, 1899 Central Ave., Augusta, Ga. 30904.

    Survivors include her daughter, Roseanne Grubbs Stoyle of Augusta, Ga.; son, James Medicus (Med) Grubbs, III of Augusta, Ga.; sisters, Edith Mahaffey Darnell and Millie Mahaffey of Barnwell, S.C. and several nieces and nephews.

    Mole Funeral Home is in charge.

    Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com.

  3686. 1880 Census, Doyal, Saint Clair, Missouri, pg 378C. William F, Martha E, John K, Nancy E, Alfred E, & Walter L Guest.
  3687. 1900 Census, Smyrna, Pope, Arkansas, pg 168A. William F, Sarah L, Bertha L, & William T Guest.
  3688. 1880 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 158A. William A, Elizabeth, John, Alen, Jeptha, Joseph, Mandy, & Milton Guinn.
  3689. 1870 Census, District 6, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 46A. William, Elizabeth, John, Allen, William, Jeptha, & Joe Gwinn.
  3690. 1900 Census, Middlesboro, Bell, Kentucky, pg 313A. Jefferson, Martha, Gabe, & Lillie Guinn.
  3691. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Harris, Texas, pg 106B. Gus, Otto, Frank, Robert, Maude, Ellis, & Edward Gullick.
  3692. 1930 Census, Richards, Vernon, Missouri, pg 226A. William & Susie Poyner
    William, Wilma, & Mary Jo Gunsaullus.
  3693. SSDI, 509-34-7564.
  3694. SSDI, 514-52-9042.
  3695. 1870 Census, Twp 5 R 10, Tishomingo, Mississippi, pg 327b. Joseph M, Tabetha, Ann L, & Jeremiah Gurley & Bailey Loveless.
  3696. 1910 Census, McHargue, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 171A. Alexander, Rachel, Willie, Laurie, & Ma... E Guthrie.
  3697. 1920 Census, McHargue, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 273B. Alex, Rachel, Willie, Delora, Marth E, Mary S, Bertha J, Alex Jr, & Lula A Guthrie.
  3698. 1930 Census, District 6, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 180A. Alexander, Rachel, Willie, Lore, Jane, Alexander Jr, Lula, Sybl, & Elton Guthrie.
  3699. SSDI, 402-18-7358.
  3700. 1860 Census, Jackson Township,Clinton,Indiana pg 2. Jacob, Susana, Leah, Jesse, Catharine, Elizabeth, David, Mary J, & Hanie H Hader.
  3701. 1870 Census, Walker Township, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 477. Jacob, S, JM, C, E, D, MJ, HE, MA, G, & H Hader.
  3702. 1850 Census, Lack, Juniata, Pennsylvania, pg 169. J, S, L, J, & C Headen.
  3703. 1850 Census, Shirley, Huntington, Pennsylvania, pg 190. Jacob, Susana, Leah, Jesse & Cath Heater.
  3704. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 200A. Jacob, SA, HE, JA, & HYM Hader.
  3705. SSDI, 497-14-6610.
  3706. 1910 Census, Moreau Twp, Cole, Missouri, pg 261B. William D, Mary A, Grace L, Steven A, Nettie L & Audley W (gson) Hader.
  3707. SSDI, 490-16-4200.
  3708. 1920 Census, Walker, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 85A. Elmer & Celia Hader
    Celloritna Bliss (Sdau).
  3709. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Wichita, Texas, pg 92A. FH, Myrtle, & Williard Hader.
  3710. SSDI, 496-16-1150.
  3711. Obituary, News and Tribune - July 17, 1966. Services Set Today For Floyd H. Hader

    NEW BLOOMFIELD (Special) -- Funeral services for Floyd H. Hader, 78, will be held at a New Bloomfield funeral home at 2 p.m. today.

    The Rev. Charles Halbrook will officiate with burial in the Flag Spring Cemetery, near California.

    Mr. Hader died Friday in a Fulton Hospital. He was born in Jan., 1888.

    Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mildred Hader of the home in New Bloomfield, and two sisters.

  3712. SSDI, 494-14-1962.
  3713. Obituary, Daily Capital News (Jefferson City, Missouri) - February 19, 1971. Rites Saturday for Mrs. Hader

    Mrs. Mildred Gilespie Hader, 77, of New Bloomfield, died early Thursday at a Fulton hospital.

    A native of Cole County, Mrs. Hader was born Feb. 25, 1893, the daughter of John and Dora Baughman Ousley.

    Mrs. Hader was married four times, to Tiny Puckett, Robert Rusch, Grover Gillespie, and Floyd Hader. All preceded her in death.

    Survivors include: One son, Robert Rusch Jr., state of California; Two sisters, Mrs. Louise Clay, New Bloomfield, and Mrs. Anne Chambers, Kansas City, Kan.

    Three brothers, John Henry Ousley, Jamestown, William Ousley, Russellville, and Ray Ousley, Fulton; and four grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, at the Claypool Funeral Chapel with the Rev. B.E. Lett officiating. Burial will be in the New Bloomfield Cemetery.

  3714. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 2B. Fred R, Zona, Jessie, Velma R, Pauline, Virgil M, Henry L, Mattie F, Ralph, & Ruby C Hader.
  3715. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - February 14, 1972. Mrs. Zona Hader rites Tuesday

    Mrs. Zona M. Hader, 81, of Etterville, died Saturday in a Fulton hospital.

    She was born Feb. 11, 1891, in Olean, the daughter of Pinkney and Mahaley Brown Sullens. She was married March 10, 1911, in Henley, to Fred J. Hader, who died Sept. 12, 1945.

    Mrs. Hader was a member of First Christian Church, Etterville, and was a lifelong resident of Miller County.

    Survivors include: Four son, Jesse Hader, Eldon; Henry Hader, California, Ralph Hader, Jefferson City, Orville Hader, Kansas City five daughters, Mrs. Archie Opie, Etterville, Mrs. Luther Barbarizk, Pleasant Hill, Mrs. Daniel Barket, Hazelwood, Mrs. Eugene Lambeth, Olean, Mrs. John Maddox, Linnl a brother, Leslie E. Sullens, Sedalia; 25 grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon, with Rev. Raymond Bon officiating. Burial will be in Allen Cemetery, near Olean.

  3716. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Almon Hader.
  3717. Obituary, Jefferson City News Tribune, Sunday, April 19, 1992. Jesse Hader, 77, Eldon, died Friday at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Versailles.
    He was born May 25, 1914, at Olean, a son of Fred J. and Zona Myrtle Sullens Hader. He was married Aug. 11, 1936, in Kansas City to Esta Williams, who died March 21.

    He was a locomotive engineer for the Rock Island Railroad, where he worked for more than 30 years. He was a member of the Mt. Herman Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: three sons, Jesse L. Hader, Florissant, Raymond E. Hader, Dalhart, Texas, and Robert W. Hader, Lake Ozark; one daughter, Rosemary Long, Pleasant Hill; one brother, Orville Hader, Kansas City; three sisters, Ruby Maddox, Linn, Virgie Parkette, Boonville, and Martha Lambeth, Olean; five grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Phillips Funeral Home with the Rev. Jay Quinn officiating. Burial will be in the Allen Cemetery, Olean. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Monday. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Mt. Herman Baptist Church.

  3718. Obituary, The Kansas City Star - June 2, 1991. PAULINE BARBARICK
    Pauline Barbarick, 73, Pleasant Hill in Cass County, died May 31, 1991, at the home. She was bornin Olean, Mo., and lived in Jefferson City for 10 years before moving to Pleasant Hill in 1952. Mrs. Barbarick was a member of the First Baptist Church of Pleasant Hill. Survivors include her husband, Luther Barbarick of the home; a son, Paul Barbarick,Belton; a daughter, Veronica Barbarick, Raytown; two brothers, Jesse Hader, Eldon, Mo., and Orville Hader, Kansas City; three sisters, Vergie Parkett, Boonville, Mo., Martha Lambeth, Olean, and Ruby Maddox, Linn, Mo.; and three grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Wallace Chapel, Pleasant Hill in Cass County; burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the chapel.
  3719. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Thursday, February 11, 1993. Virgie M. Parket, 70, Olean, died Tuesday in Boonville. She was born July 30, 1921, in
    Miller County, a daughter of Fred J. and Zona Sullens Hader. She was married June 14, 1934,
    in St. Louis to Daniel Parket, who died Sept 1, 1989.

    She was originally from Miller County, but had spent 35 years in St. Louis. She was a
    member of Olean Christian Church and Mount Herman Homemaker Club.

    Survivors include: one brother, Orville Hader, Kansas City; and two sisters, Martha
    Lambeth, Olean and Ruby Maddox, Linn.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Jay
    Quinn will officiate. Burial will be in Allen Cemetery, Olean. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today.

  3720. SSDI, 489-20-1852.
  3721. Obituary, The Jefferson City News, Sunday, February 3, 1991. Ralph Jewel Hader, 62, Tebbetts, died Friday evening at the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital, Columbia. He was born April 26, 1928, in Olean, a son of Fred and Zona Sullens Hader. He was married July 7, 1947, to Helen Mae Browner, who survives at the home.

    He was a veteran of the Korean War, a member of the American Rifle Association, the Disabled American Veterans and the Jefferson City American Legion. He was an instructor at Fulton State Hospital prior to his retirement.

    Other survivors include: two brothers, Jesse Hader, Eldon, and Orville Hader, Kansas
    City; four sisters, Martha Lambeth, Olean, Virgie Parket, Boonville, Ruby Maddox, Linn, and Pauline Barbrick, Pleasant Hill.

    Services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Weber and Sons Chapel, Russellville. The Rev. Farrie L. Cole will officiate. Burial will be in the Enloe Cemetery. Visitation will be 2-8 p.m. today. Memorials are suggested to the Mt. Olive Baptist Church.

  3722. Obituary. Ruby C. Maddox, age 80, of Linn, passed away Friday, March 12, 2010, at her residence after a long illness.
    Ruby was born February 25, 1930, in Olean, Mo., a daughter to the late Fred J. and Zona (Sullens) Hader. On December 22, 1956, Ruby was united in marriage to John A. Maddox in Cedar City. He survives of the home. They moved to Linn in 1970. Ruby was a homemaker and was of the Baptist faith. She enjoyed mushroom hunting, gardening, canning and cooking for her family. In addition to her husband, Ruby is survived by three sons, John W. and his wife Victoria Maddox of Chamois, Arthur L. Maddox and Travis A. Maddox both of Linn; six daughters, Zona Sue Whitehurse of Boonville, Grace Williams and her husband Kenneth of Elkland, Betty Rutledge of Jefferson City, Hope Maddox and Nancy Jennings both of Linn and Janice Riley of Swiss; one brother, Orville and his wife Velva Hader of Hamilton; nine grandchildren; six great- grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Ruby was preceded in death by three brothers and four sisters. Visitation will be held from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, March 14, 2010, at the Morton Chapel in Linn. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, March 15, 2010, at the Morton Chapel with Rev. Norman Dierking officiating. Interment will follow in the Useful Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Useful Cemetery Fund. Arrangements are under the direction of the Morton Chapel, Linn, Mo. (897-2214). www.mortonchapel.com.
  3723. Obituary, The Examiner (Independence - Blues Springs - Grain Valley, MO) - Thursday, November 4, 2010 . Floyd Orville Hader Sr., 78, of Hamilton, Mo., died on Nov. 3, 2010, at Liberty Hospital.

    Orville, the last of nine children was born on March 3, 1932 in rural Miller County, Mo., the son of the late Fred J. and Zona M. (Sullens) Hader. He was united in marriage to Velva Mae (Harrison) on Dec. 10, 1965, in Kansas City, Mo.

    The family will receive friends from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010, at Meyers Funeral Chapel. The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. with Pastor Dixie Norfleet officiating. Burial will follow at Blue Springs Cemetery.

    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Harvesters.

    Arrangements: Meyers Funeral Chapel, 816-229-3276.

  3724. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 12, Jackson, Missouri, pg 57B. George A, Louie E, Audley W & Robert J (nephew) Hader.
  3725. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, pg 193A. George & Alice Hader.
  3726. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser, September 1988. Dorothy Dean Morris, 82, Eugene died Saturday, Sept. 17, 1988 at St. Mary’s Health
    Center in Jefferson City. She was born Nov. 16, 1905 in Spring Garden to George and Mary Pitchford Hader. She was married in Spring Garden to William Otis Morris, who died March 11, 1959.

    Mrs. Morris had lived I the Eugene community for most of her life. She was a member
    of the Eugene Christian Church and the Willing Workers Extension Club.

    Surviving her are five sons, Gail Morris and Audley Morris, both of Eldon, Danny Morris
    of Eugene, John Morris of Henley and James Morris of Clinton; a daughter, Rose Marie Schlipp of Independence; 36 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; and 20 great-great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon with the
    Rev. Harold Norfleet officiating. Burial was in the Spring Garden Cemetery.

  3727. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 178A. Daniel G & Eliza Pitchford
    Dean Hoder (gdau).
  3728. 1930 Census, District 216, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, pg 194A. Edward H, Virgie M, Hazel G, Lo... E & Luther (bro) Hader.
  3729. SSDI, 491-20-4530.
  3730. Obituary, The Kansas City Star - June 20, 2004. LLOYD EDWARD HADER

    Lloyd Edward Hader, 77, Kansas City, passed away Saturday, June 19, 2004. Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 22 at the Park Lawn Chapel. Burial in Green Lawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends 9:30 a.m. until service time Tuesday at the chapel. Lloyd was born March 31, 1927, in Jefferson City, MO, and had lived in this area all of his life. He served in the US Army during the Korean War, and worked for Kansas City Power and Light for many years before retiring. He was a member of Eastgate Masonic Lodge and had been a 47 year member of Ruskin Heights Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Virgie, and granddaughter Britnee Hader. Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Marjorie, of the home; son Ken Hader, Belton, MO; daughter Carol Hader, St. James, MO; sister Hazel Hoover, Kansas City; three grandchildren, Ryan, Tyler, and Morgan. (Arr. Park Lawn Funeral Home, 816-5231234).

  3731. 1900 Census, Harrison, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 16a. Henry Y, Martha A, Luther D, Robert J, Charles E, & Nancy J Hader.
  3732. 1910 Census, Harrison Twp, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 122B. Henry, Martha, Luther, Robert, Elmer, & Minerva Hader.
  3733. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 254B. Martha, Luther & Edward Hader.
  3734. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, pg 19A. Robert Hader (roomer).
  3735. SSDI, 499-24-3772.
  3736. Obituary, Daily Capital News - November 1, 1972. Mrs. Lovell dies in hospital

    Mrs. Minerva J. Lovell, 75, of Russellville, died Monday afternoon at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Kansas City, where she had been a patient for nine days. She had been in ill health for the past nine years.

    Mrs. Lovell was born Sept. 27, 1897, in Morgan County, the daughter of Henry and Martha Cunningham Hader. She was married in 1917 in Jefferson City to W.E. Lovell, who survives.

    She was a member of Enon Baptist Church.

    Other survivors include: A son, Paul Lovell, Kansas City, two grandsons and six great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m., Thursday, at Enon Baptist Church with the Rev. Don Folley officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, south of Russellville, under the direction of Scrivner Funeral Home, Russellville.

  3737. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 147. Jesse M, Martha V, Fred J, Elsie, Floyd H, Ella Jane, Sarah E, Arvilley, Mackey Lee, Harriett R, & Jessie U Hader.
  3738. 1910 Census, Clark Twp, Cole, Missouri, pg 52A. Mattie Mrs, Lela M, Hattie A, & Jessie Hader.
  3739. 1900 Census, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 179A. WD, Pauline A, Geo A, Mary E, Maggie F, Lucy M, Grace M, Stephen, & Mettie L Hader.
  3740. 1920 Census, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 236A. William & Polly Ann Hader
    Lucy, Golda, Tobytha, Rosco, & Edna Shikles.
  3741. 1930 Census, Moreau, Cole, Missouri, pg 36B. Charley E, Mettie L, Hellen R, Jessie V, & Ruby M Serl
    William D & Polly A Hader.
  3742. Obituary, Daily Capital News - August 31, 1937. HADER, Wm. David -- Passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charlies Fearl (sic), 4 miles E. of Olean, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 P.M., at the age of 82 years. Funeral services will be helad at the Mt. Herman Baptist church at 10 A.M., August 31st, Rev. Daughn of Eldon officiating, and burial will be in the Allen Cemetery. STEFFENS FUNERAL SERVICE.
  3743. Gaylord Strange, Descendents Of John W. Strange.
  3744. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune, Monday, March 23, 1992. Esta Williams Hader, 79, Eldon, died Saturday at Good Shepherd Nursing Home,
    Versailles. She was born Jan. 24, 1913, in Olean, a daughter of James W. and Serena E. McKinney Williams. She was married Aug. 11, 1936, in Kansas City, to Jesse Hader, who survives at the home.

    She was a homemaker and a lifelong resident of Miller County. She was a member of
    Mt. Herman Baptist Church.

    Other survivors include: three sons, Jesse L. Hader, Pleasant Hill, Raymond E. Hader, Dalhart, Texas, and Robert W. Hader, Lake Ozark; one daughter, Rosemary Long, Pleasant Hill; one stepbrother, John Selix, state of Georgia; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Phillips Funeral Home. The Rev. Jay Quinn will
    officiate. Burial will be in Allen Cemetery, Olean. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today.
    Memorials are suggested to Mt. Herman Baptist Church.

  3745. SSDI, 491-70-9858.
  3746. SSDI, 488-38-3138.
  3747. SSDI, 491-24-0284.
  3748. Obituary, News and Tribune - February 20, 1966. ROARK, R. Vella, age 72, of 606 Madison, Jefferson City, Missouri, passed away at the Charles E. Still Hospital, Thursday afternoon, February 17, 1966. In state at the Tanner Funeral Home from 2 p.m. Saturday, February 19, until hour of services at 2 p.m. Sunday, February 20. Services will be conducted in the Tanner Chapel with Rev. Carl Peterson officiating. Interment in Riverview Cemetery.

    TANNER FUNERAL HOME
    Jefferson City - Brazito, Mo.

  3749. 1910 Census, 4-Twp, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 146A. JH, Annie, & Ross L Hader.
  3750. Obituary, Daily Oklahoman - March 21, 1947. Henry Hader, Rancher, Dies

    IDABEL -- Services are pending for Henry Hader, 73, rancher, who died Wednesday in his home in Wright City. A native of Versaills, (sic) Mo., he had resided in McCurtain county the last 22 years.

    Survivors are his wife, a daughter, Mrs. C.R. Dollarhide, Oklahoma City; two step-daughters, Mrs. J.H. Barnett, Mrs. Ted Stout, both of Port Arthur, Texas; two brothers, Floyd, Jefferson City, Mo.; Willie, Eldon, Mo., and a sister, Mrs. Will Roark, Jefferson City, Mo.

  3751. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 148. Wm F, Malinda A, & Pearl Hader.
  3752. 1910 Census, Saline Twp, Miller, Missouri, pg 168B. William F, Linda A, Pearl M, & Ora E Hader.
  3753. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 242A. William F, Malinda A, & Edna Hader.
  3754. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 254A. William F & Malinda A Hader.
  3755. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Rogers, Oklahoma.
  3756. 1910 Census, 4-Twp, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 146A. John, Maime, Pauline, & Katherine Hader.
  3757. 1920 Census, Verdigris, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 181B. John A, Mamie A, Pauline M, Caterine, Charles D, & Beren F Hader.
  3758. 1930 Census, Claremore, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 152B. John, Mayme, Charles, Byron, & John Hayder.
  3759. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - July 14, 1969. Mrs. Hader, 67 dies at Eldon

    Mrs. Maggie Marie Hader, 67, of Eldon died Sunday afternoon at her home.

    Mrs. Hader was born July 7, 1902, at Tuscumbia, daughter of Joseph and Sallie Jane Enloe Scott. In 1936 she was married to Luther Hader, who preceded her in death.

    She is survived by one brother, Delmer Scott of Jefferson City.

    Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Phillips Funeral Chapel in Eldon with the Rev. Selby Graham officiating. Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery.

  3760. 1930 Census, Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas, pg 202A. Steve, Buelah, Ruth, William, & George Hader.
  3761. SSDI, 510-10-3925.
  3762. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 11, Jackson, Missouri, pg 65B. Steve & Beulah Hader
    Irene H Hall (sdau).
  3763. SSDI, 510-01-3254.
  3764. SSDI, 512-12-6081.
  3765. SSDI, 512-16-1270.
  3766. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Polly Ann Hader.
  3767. SSDI, 443-09-2954.
  3768. SSDI, 488-68-5716.
  3769. 1930 Census, Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama, pg 120A. Harry O & Carmen Hagberg
    Pauline Bell (stepdau)
    Alice Hedgecoth (minlaw).
  3770. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 552-03-8032.
  3771. California Death Index, 1940-1997, SS# 552038033.
  3772. 1900 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 99B. Ervin L, Eliza, Marvin J, Thomas F, & Ella Haile.
  3773. 1880 Census, Perry, Saint Francois, Missouri, pg 441A. Luin, Sallie, & Willard Haile.
  3774. 1910 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 65B. I Lynn, Liza, Ella, Bessie, Lynn, S???l, & Russell Haile.
  3775. 1920 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 59B. Irving L, Eliza E, Ella M, Charles S, & James R Haile.
  3776. 1930 Census, Randolph, St Francois, Missouri, pg 158A. I Lynn, Eliza, & Ella May Haile.
  3777. SSDI, 490-56-6259.
  3778. SSDI, 363-10-2202.
  3779. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Kitsap, Washington.
  3780. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , St Francois, Missouri.
  3781. 1870 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 698A. Evaline, Alice, Linn, & Julia Haile.
  3782. 1860 Census, Liberty, St Francois, Missouri, pg 55. Ervin M, Eveline M, Stephen, Emily C, Sena A, Alice E, Ervin L, & Julia L Hale.
  3783. 1850 Census, District 80, St Francois, Missouri, pg 172B. Irvin M, Elizabeth, Eveline M, Thomas H, Stephen S, Emily K, & Sena K Haile.
  3784. 1870 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 698A. Thomas H, Ann C, Ella, Thomas, Margret, Harry B, Oscar, & Stephen S Haile.
  3785. 1880 Census, Union, Ripley, Missouri, pg 542D. SS, Sarah, Asenith, Auscar, & Danniel Hail.
  3786. 1900 Census, Current River, Ripley, Missouri, pg. Stephen S, Sarah E, Nebuchadnezzer, Adam C, Lou L, Sarah T, & Mattie M Hale.
  3787. 1910 Census, Alderson, Pittsburg, Oklahoma, pg 19B. Stephen S, Sarah E, Adam O, Sadie F, & Mattie M Haile.
  3788. 1920 Census, McAlester Ward 3, Pittsburg, Oklahoma, pg 223B. Smith S & Maggie Hale.
  3789. 1930 Census, McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma, pg 105B. Stephen S & Maggie Hale.
  3790. SSDI, 446-05-8035.
  3791. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Miller, Arkansas.
  3792. 1910 Census, Alderson, Pittsburg, Oklahoma, pg 19B. Daniel L, Martha C, Vinca O, Theodore A, Vela W, & Vernon V Haile.
  3793. 1910 Census, Alderson, Pittsburg, Oklahoma, pg 19B. Ebb, ?oda N, Ercell C, Robert M, & Marian I Haile
    Joseph L Wilson (hiredman).
  3794. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Pittsburg, Oklahoma.
  3795. 1910 Census, Alderson, Pittsburg, Oklahoma, pg 20A. Joseph N, Lou L, Etha S, Viola G, & Joseph D Messick.
  3796. 1860 Census, Red Rock, Western District, Upshur, Texas, pg 463. C.C. & Mary Holbert, William & James Falley, Robert, Mary, Mary, & James Melton.
  3797. 1870 Census, Coffeeville, Precinct No 2, Upshur, Texas, pg 80B. Mary, Oby, William & Eli Holbert.
  3798. 1850 Census, Upshur, Upshur, Texas, pg. G & E Morgan, C & D Holbert.
  3799. 1850 Census, Upshur, Upshur, Texas, pg. C D, E M, & J M Halbert.
  3800. 1930 Census, District 6, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 175A. William M, Wrenie, Ruby, Jewel, Vergie M, Flora, Ollie Lee, & Ruthie B Hale.
  3801. 1920 Census, Shelbyville, Spencer, Kentucky, pg 220A. William M, Wren E, Burton D, Dora A, John B, Clara, Ruby L, & Vina J Hale.
  3802. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Knox, Kentucky.
  3803. 1910 Census, Bush, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 153B. William, Wren, Burton, Dora, & John B Hale.
  3804. SSDI, 400-52-3457.
  3805. Obituary, Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - Friday, August 25, 1989 . RICHMOND -- Burton Hale, 84, of 1077 Kirksville Road, a retired farmer, died yesterday at his at the home, apparently of a heart attack. Services 1 p.m. Saturday at Oldham, Roberts & Powell Funeral Home. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. today.
  3806. SSDI, 404-12-9711.
  3807. SSDI, 402-12-0982.
  3808. SSDI, 402-26-9142.
  3809. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News - March 4, 1940. GEORGE HALEY PASSES AWAY AT HOME SUN.

    George Haley, 55, died at his home on Queensbury Heights at 5:30 yesterday afternoon. He had been ill for about two months.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the East Cumberland Avenue Baptist Church, Rev. Wint Bolten in charge, assisted by Rev. Ules Johnson. Burial will take place in the Sharp cemetery.

    Mr. Haley had lived in Middlesboro the past thirty-one years, coming here from Claiborne county. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Same Haley of Claiborne. For the past six or seven years he has been an employe (sic) of the Middlesboro Milling Company. Prior to that time, he served once for a three-year period on the Middlesboro police force.

    He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mossie Cox Haley, one son, Truman, two dauthers, Mrs. Gene Blondell, and Mrs. Walter Byrd, all of Middlesboro, five brothers, Aud, Milt, Sterl, Jeff and Swan Haley of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. William Sowders, Monroe, Mich., and Mrs. Calloway Edwards, Goin, Tenn. She (sic) is also survived by three grandchildren.

    Active pallbearers will be Frank Risceglin, John Harvey, Alfred Meyers, Tom Perry, Dud Goin, and O.R. Hollingsworth. Names as honorary pallbearers are all employes (sic) of the Middlesboro Milling Company and Lester Idol, Glen Jones, H.E. Ball, James Majors, Sherman M???ly, Eli Cox, Tom Epperson, Karl Harris, Jim Richardson, Beryl Clarkson and Albert Hickman.

    The active and honorary pallbearers are requested to be at the home at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, preceding the funeral service which is to be held at 2 o'clock.

  3810. Obituary, Middlesboro Daily News - November 16, 1948. STERLING SILVESTER HALEY

    Funeral services for Sterling Silvester Haley, 64, who died Sunday at his home, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the East Cumberland Avenue Baptist Church with Red. Wint Bolton and the Rev. Fern D. Robinson officiating. Burial will be in Sharp's Cemetery.

    Mr. Haley was born March 16, 1894 in Claiborne County, Tenn. He was a retired grocer, having been in the grocery business in Middlesboro for several years. He was a member of Middlesboro Council No. 78 of the Junior OUAM.

    He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mazie Haley; son, Sam, of Cincinnati, O.; brothers, Aud, Jeff, Milt, Swan Haley all of Middlesboro; sisters, Mrs. Bertha Sowder of Monroe, Mich., and Mrs. Loda Melvina Edwards of Goin, Tenn.; and one grandchild.

    ____________

    Members of the East Cumberland Avenue Baptist Church, Baraca Class, who will be honorary pallbearers, at the services for Mr. Haley, are requested to be present at 12:45 p.m. tomorrow at the church.

    _____________

    The Middlesboro Council No. 78 will be in charge of the services at the grave. All members are requested to be present; the following members will be the pallbearers, Sam Cook, Sam Marsee, Eli Harrison, Ike Ridings, T.G. Roberts, C.C. Earle, Willie Laymon and Dud Venable.

  3811. 1880 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 120C. David, Nancy, Alexander, Jane, Rosette, & Annie Hall.
  3812. 1910 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 225A. Cambell, Hachel, & Elbert E Hall.
  3813. 1910 Census, Baker, Baker, Oregon, pg 168B. Bert Hall (servant).
  3814. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 58B. Charles F, Mary, George, Glenn, & Helen Hall.
  3815. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 17A. Margaret & Chas F Hall
    Carry (dau), Lewes, & Bernered Derr.
  3816. 1900 Census, Kirkville, Adair, Missouri, pg 79B. CB & Amand Hall.
  3817. 1870 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 52A. David, Nancy, Joseph, & Cambell Hall.
  3818. 1860 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 110. Daniel, Nancy, Margarett, John, William, Hiram, Cena, Moses, David, Joseph, & Campbell Hall.
  3819. 1850 Census, Concord, Adams, Illinois, pg 56A. David, Nancy, Elizabeth, Dora A, Margaret, John, William, Hiram, Cena, Moses, David, & Joseph Hall.
  3820. 1870 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 52A. Hiram, Elizabeth, William, Ellender, & Rufus A Hall.
  3821. 1880 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 120C. Hiram, Elizabeth, William, Ella, Rufus A, Calvin T, & John E Hall.
  3822. 1900 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 211B. Hiram, Elizabeth, John S, & Clara M Hall
    Samantha Lucus (minlaw).
  3823. 1880 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 126B. Moses, Eliza, Charles, Emma, Jesse C, & Fanny Hall.
  3824. 1910 Census, Kirksville Ward 3, Adair, Missouri, pg 51B. Moses & Eliza Hall
    Ethel Robb (gdau).
  3825. 1900 Census, Kirkville, Adair, Missouri, pg 79B. Moses & Eliza Hall.
  3826. 1900 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 209A. Jospeh, Susan, Millie, John, Anna, Rosa, & Harvey Hall.
  3827. 1920 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 211A. Joseph M & Susan Hall.
  3828. 1910 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 227A. Joseph M, Susan M, & Harvy F Hall
    Jimmy F (hired hand) & Mimmy M Booth.
  3829. 1930 Census, Morrow, Adair, Missouri, pg 145A. Mary Hall
    Orval Williams (boarder).
  3830. 1880 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 119A. Joseph & Susan Hall.
  3831. 1910 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 224A. David T, Joann, & Jasper Hall.
  3832. 1920 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 210A. Jasper, Minnie, Murl M, Opal B, Pansy M, Carl L, Walter F, & Elmer M Hall.
  3833. 1930 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 132A. Hershall E, ??lta F, Floran E, Madge A, Hazel L, Norman D, Ruth C, Joseph G, & Hurshell E Jr Hall.
  3834. SSDI, 506-86-9961.
  3835. 1930 Census, Wayne, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 237B. Roy J, Leona M, & Jesse R Capp
    William F Hall (fathinlaw).
  3836. 1900 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 212A. William, Manda B, Leona B, Lillia M, Mabel E, Orvel B, & Golden A Hall.
  3837. 1910 Census, Oologah Ward 1, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 241A. William F, Amanda B, Mabel E, Orville B, Golden A, & Opal D Hall.
  3838. 1920 Census, Wayne, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 121B. Roy, L????a May, & Jesse Capps
    William F Hall (fathinlaw).
  3839. 1900 Census, Morrow, Adair, Missouri, pg 118B. Mary Hall
    Ruth Miller
    Gracie & Pearl Hall.
  3840. 1900 Census, Civil District 7, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 112B. Vim..., Rosie, & James B Hall.
  3841. 1910 Census, 4-Dist, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 81B. Vin J, Rosa, James B, Pearl, Emma, & Carl Hall.
  3842. 1920 Census, 4-Dist, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 88A. James V, Rosie L, James B, Puslie, Marry E, Carl L, Leuis E, John P, Nannie M, Morrgett E, & Nancy J (mom) Hall.
  3843. SSDI, 411-18-9291.
  3844. 1900 Census, Morrow, Adair, Missouri, pg 136A. Jesse, Laura, Nellie E, & John G Hall.
  3845. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 203D. Joseph Hall.
  3846. 1860 Census, Township 13 S Range 1 E, Union, Illinois, pg 434. Joseph, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Joseph, & Wesley H Hall
    John Striplin.
  3847. 1850 Census, District 11, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 371A. Joseph, Rebecca, Nancy, Cecilia J, William, John, Rebecca, & Joseph Hall.
  3848. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 203C. WH, Elvira, ME, & NJ Hall.
  3849. 1900 Census, Columbia, Randolph, Arkansas, pg 19B. Wesley H, Elvira, Cora B, Almeta, & Rober H Hall.
  3850. 1920 Census, Demun, Randolph, Arkansas, pg 260A. Elvira Hall.
  3851. 1910 Census, San Augustine, San Augustine, Texas, pg 217B. Ollie L, Annie C, Elaine, Gracie, Olive O, Laurie, & Howard M Hall.
  3852. 1920 Census, Dallas Precinct 33, Dallas, Texas, pg 277A. OL, Clyde, Valman, Laurie, & Merriman Hall
    Gussie Garrison (boarder)
    JH Poyner (finlaw).
  3853. 1900 Census, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches, Texas, pg 91B. Allie, Clyda, Elaine, & Gracie Hall
    Ida Rhodes (boarder).
  3854. 1930 Census, Corpus Christi, Nueces, Texas, pg 98B. Ollie L & Clyde Hall.
  3855. 1930 Census, Corpus Christi, Nueces, Texas, pg 98B. Volman, Cara Lee, & Volman Jr Hall.
  3856. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 461-05-5139 .
  3857. SSDI, 456-44-0642.
  3858. Obituary, Plainview Daily Herald (TX) - Thursday, September 4, 2003. OLTON - Funeral services for R.S. Hall, 87, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. Kyle Streun, pastor, officiating.

    Burial will be in Olton Cemetery by Foskey-Lilley-McGill Funeral Home.

    Mr. Hall died at 4:20 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2003, in Covenant Hospital in Lubbock.

    He was born Jan. 26, 1916, in Quanah. He moved to Olton from Plainview in 1963. He was a farmer and a Baptist.

    On Oct. 4, 1941, he married Delphy Robinson in Gainesville.

    Survivors include his wife; five sons, Bob Hall of Olton, Jimmy Hall and James Hall, both of Fort Worth, Bill Hall of Columbia, S.C., and Dick Hall of Midland; a daughter, Sharon Davis of Hart; three sisters, Joyce McGlauthlin of Vidor, Melvina Johnson and Dorothy Hulbert, both of Hale Center; one brother, Frank LaHue of Fort Worth; 17 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.

    A daughter, Artha Bell Hall, is deceased.

    The family suggests memorials to Olton Ambulance Association, Box Q, Olton, TX 79064.

  3859. SSDI, 465-60-8036.
  3860. Obituary, Amarillo Globe-News, April 25, 2008. Delphy Hall

    OLTON - Delphy Hall, 82, died Wednesday, April 23, 2008, in Lubbock.
    Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. Patrick Hamilton and the Rev. Matt Baird officiating. Burial will be in Olton Cemetery by Ramage Funeral Home.

    Mrs. Hall was born July 19, 1925, in Pilot Point. She married R.S. Hall on Oct. 4, 1941, in Gainesville.

    Survivors include five sons, Jimmy Hall and James Hall, both of Fort Worth, Bill Hall of Columbia, S.C., Dick Hall of Midland and Bob Hall of Olton; a daughter, Sharon Davis of Hart; a brother, Dale Robison of Lompoc, Calif.; 17 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren.
    The family suggests memorials be to VistaCare Hospice, 1717 Norfolk, Fourth Floor, Suite A, Lubbock, TX 79416.

    .

  3861. 1860 Census, Township 7 Range 9 E, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 918. William J, Sarah M, John W, & Prissella Hall.
  3862. 1870 Census, Township 7 Range 9, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 386B. Wm J, Sarah M, John W, Vandorn, Young B, George H, & Sarah H Hall.
  3863. 1900 Census, Liberty, Hendricks, Indiana, pg 237A. W.T., & Lucinda Hall
    Perry Poteet (stepdau).
  3864. 1910 Census, Jonesville, Lee, Virginia, pg 56B. Lucinda Hall
    John McCormic (gson).
  3865. Genealogical History of the Halliburton Family 1907-1990.
  3866. 1920 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 63B. Byron, Jessie, James E, Kenneth B, & Vivien A Halliburton.
  3867. Kent Funeral Home Records. HALLIBURTON, BYRON ELGIN; b 23 Feb 1878; d 30 Jul 1972 Married: Beall, Jessie Millard Parents: Halliburton, James Washington & Simmons, Sarah Adeline Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Green City, Sullivan Co., MO.
  3868. 1900 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 75B. Byron (?), Jessie, James E, & Byron Halliburton.
  3869. 1910 Census, Jackson Twp, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 74A. BE, Jessie, James I?, Kenneth B, & Vivian Halliburton.
  3870. 1930 Census, Buchanan, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 15B. BE, Jessie, & Vivian Halliburton.
  3871. Kent Funeral Home Records. HALLIBURTON, JESSIE MILLARD; b 31 Dec 1880; d 18 Mar 1973 Widowed: Halliburton, Byron Elgin Parents: Beall, Montgomery & Woodruff, Alice Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Green City, Sullivan Co., MO.
  3872. 1930 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 59A. Adine, Charley W, & Kenneth O Halliburton
    Mellisa M Miller (sis).
  3873. Genealogical History of the Halliburton Family 1907-1990, pg 103 & 141.
  3874. 1920 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 63B. James W, Adaline, & Charles Halliburton.
  3875. Kent Funeral Home Records. HALLIBURTON, JAMES WASHINGTON; b ---; d 03 Mar 1926 Married: Simmons, Sarah Adeline Holiday Cemetery, Sullivan Co., MO.
  3876. 1900 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 75B. James, Adeline, Ella M, & Charles R. W. Halliburton.
  3877. 1910 Census, Jackson Twp, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 74A. James W, Sarah A, & CRW Halliburton.
  3878. Kent Funeral Home Records. HALLIBURTON, SARAH ADELINE; b ---; d 15 Feb 1934 Married: Halliburton, James Washington Parents: Simmons, William & Snelly, Louisa Holiday Cemetery, Sullivan Co., MO.
  3879. 1930 Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha, South Dakota, pg. Albinus & Dorathy Halverson.
  3880. SSDI, 521-18-5847.
  3881. SSDI, 504-32-0540.
  3882. 1870 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 191B. Francis, Adaline, Theodore, Julia, Newton, Marilda, & Etta Hamilton
    Asa Moton.
  3883. 1880 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 16A. TR, Sarah, Maude, & Claude Hamilton
    Willie Dobson (hired)
    Puss Creten (sinlaw).
  3884. 1900 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 74A. Theodore & Sarah Hamilton
    Tom, Claudie, & Odrie Spurling.
  3885. 1930 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 65A. Tommie, Cloude, Orvil, & Mable Sperling
    Theadoah Hamilton (fathinlaw).
  3886. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - February 2, 1937. T.R. Hamilton Dies Near Higbee

    HIGBEE, Feb. 2 -- Theodore R. Hamilton, 83, died Sunday at midnight at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Thomas Spurling, near Higbee, after an illness of 10 days.

    Mr. Hamilton had spent practically his entire life in and around Higbee. His wife died 13 years ago. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. O.W. Fowler, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Spurling, with whom he had made his home; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews.

    Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Christian Church in Higbee, by the Rev. Mr. Herrington, of Centralia. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery in Moberly.

  3887. 1870 Census, Beat 3, Lamar, Texas, pg 335B. Cynthia, John F, Hue B, & Fredonia B Hamilton.
  3888. 1910 Census, Prairie, Randolph, Missouri, pg 78B. Jasper & Mariah J Hamilton.
  3889. SSDI, 444-07-2933.
  3890. 1920 Census, Corsicana Ward 4, Navarro, Texas, pg 192B. AB & Ida Hammer
    George & Lucy Everett.
  3891. 1910 Census, 5-Pct, Hill, Texas, pg 52B. Alford Z, Tennie, Charlie, Albert & Zelda Hammer.
  3892. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 5, Hill, Texas, pg 94B. Al N, Tennie, William J, Thomas E, George E, Alma, Charlie C, Homer, Zelda, & Albert B Hammer
    Marion W Shelton (binlaw).
  3893. 1880 Census, , Falls, Texas, pg 196A. Albert, Tennessee, Louisianna (mom), & Felix (bro) Hammar.
  3894. 1920 Census, Hubbard, Hill, Texas, pg 11B. Albert N, Tennessee, & Zelda Hammer.
  3895. 1930 Census, Hubbard, Hill, Texas, pg 6B. AM, Tennie, & Zelda Hammer.
  3896. 1930 Census, Hubbard, Hill, Texas, pg 7A. WJ, Daisy, & Jack Hammer.
  3897. 1920 Census, Hubbard, Hill, Texas, pg 77B. Jasper & Daisy Hammer.
  3898. 1910 Census, Hubbard, Hill, Texas, pg 67A. Jasper W & Daisy Hammer.
  3899. 1910 Census, 5-Pct, Hill, Texas, pg 53A. Homer H, Mamie, & Carlton Hammer.
  3900. SSDI, 450-09-4531.
  3901. 1900 Census, Marlin, Falls, Texas, pg 41A. James H, Missouri, Voluntine, Ida E, & V Ivory Hammer.
  3902. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Falls, Texas.
  3903. 1880 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 266C. Andrew J, Mary A, & Danl R (bro) Hammock.
  3904. 1900 Census, Fariston, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 155A. Mollie, Nellie, Fred, & Lester Hammock.
  3905. 1910 Census, Corbin, Whitley, Kentucky, pg 37A. Fred, Lester (bro), Mally A (mom), & Nellie (sis) Hammock.
  3906. 1920 Census, Corbin, Whitley, Kentucky, pg 135A. Fred & Malie A (mom) Hammock.
  3907. 1930 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 8A. MA Hammock.
  3908. 1930 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 11B. LB, Laura, Eugene, Ruth, Ray, Ralph, Pauline, & Dorothy Hammock
    Hazel Sparks (servant).
  3909. 1900 Census, Bush, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 191B.
  3910. 1910 Census, Bush, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 157A. Daniel R & Nannie E Hammock.
  3911. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 159B. Daniel R & Abbie D Hammach
    Gilbert Reynolds (finlaw).
  3912. 1930 Census, District 1, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 23A. DR & Abby E Hammock.
  3913. 1910 Census, N Yakima Ward 6, Yakima, Washington, pg 271B. Daivd W & Lucy Hammack.
  3914. 1920 Census, Vale, Malheur, Oregon, pg 80A. David W, Lucy, Katherine M, & David F Hammack.
  3915. 1930 Census, Paint Lick, Garrard, Kentucky, pg 254B. DW, Lucy D, Catheline M, & David F Hammack.
  3916. 1850 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 18B. Levi, Margaret, & Matilda Hammock.
  3917. 1860 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 380. Eli, Margret, Matilda, Andrew, Mahaly, & Daniel R Hammock.
  3918. 1870 Census, Raccoon, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 183B. Levi, Matildy, Mahali, Daniel, Rebecca, Martha, Lindy, & David Hammock.
  3919. 1880 Census, Bushs, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 268D. Levi, Sarah, & David Hammock.
  3920. 1900 Census, Bushs, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 189A. William J, Mahala, Matilda B, Alexander L, Lydia F, Martha E, Mary J, Nannie L, John W, Charles A, & Daniel R Cabbage
    Lydia L Hammock (sisnlaw).
  3921. 1900 Census, Gayose, Pemiscot, Missouri, pg 216A. Andrew & Lee Hampton.
  3922. 1880 Census, Madison, Howard, Arkansas, pg 19A. James C, Jamima A, John M, Lucinda, Mary A, James G, Martha J, Ezabell, & Robert Hampton.
  3923. 1860 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 469. JC, JE, & JM Hampton.
  3924. 1930 Census, Hot Springs, Garland, Arkansas, pg 161A. John M, Martha, Ruby C, Robert H, & Gladys Hampton.
  3925. 1920 Census, Faulkner, Polk, Arkansas, pg 224B. James G Hampton.
  3926. 1910 Census, Gap Springs Twp, Polk, Arkansas, pg 100B. James G & Sarrah J Hampton.
  3927. 1900 Census, Gap Springs, Polk, Arkansas, pg 300A. Greene H, Sarah J, & Robt F (bro) Hampton.
  3928. 1910 Census, Gap Springs Twp, Polk, Arkansas, pg 100B. Robert F, Eva S, James A, Robert S & Mary L Hampton.
  3929. 1920 Census, Baker, Howard, Arkansas, pg 199B. RF, Albert, Robert, Lee, May, & Jessie Hampton.
  3930. 1870 Census, District 14, Carroll, Tennessee, pg 437B. Eliza, Haywood, Allice, & Eliza Hampton
    Mary & Benjamin King.
  3931. 1880 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 281C. Eliza, David, Alice & Jane Hampden.
  3932. Obituary, Rolla Daily News (MO) - Friday, December 29, 2006. Walker W. Hance, of Rolla, passed away Wednesday, December 27, 2006 at the Rolla Manor Care Center at the age of 89.

    He was born in Phelps County on May 15, 1917 to the late Daniel and Mary ( Strawhun ) Hance. On May 14, 1940 he married Iva Lee Boulware who preceded him in death on February 1, 1999.

    Mr. Hance had a lifelong career with the Frisco Railroad having retired as a Forman with what is now the Burlington Northern -Santa Fe Railroad. In addition to his parents and wife, he is preceded in death by his sister Thelma Loughrige and his brother,Claude Hance.

    He will be greatly missed by his surviving family which includes his son, Eston Hance and wife Linda, of Miami, Oklahoma; daughter, Iris Hance, of Rolla; one sister, Earlene Titus, of Lincoln, Nebraska; grandchildren, Steve, Pam, Melissa, Jason, Walker, Aaron, Darren, and special granddaughter Tabra Ponzer-Luebbert, as well as nine great grandchildren.

    Funeral services for Walker Hance will be held at the Null & Son Funeral Home on Saturday, December 30, at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Tony Shaw officiating.

    Interment will follow the service in the Roach Cemetery in Doolittle. A visitation for family and friends will be held from 6-8 p.m. Friday, December 29 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Diabetes Association.All arrangements are under the direction of the Null & Son Funeral Home in Rolla.

  3933. Obituary, Rolla Daily News (MO) - Monday, June 13, 2005. Thelma M. Loughrige, of Rolla, passed away Thursday, June 9, 2005 at the Heritage Park Skilled Care Center at the age of 86.

    She was born in Newburg, Missouri on September 7, 1918, to the late Daniel and Mary ( Strawhun ) Hance.

    She was married to Merlin Loughrige who preceded her in death on August 7, 1973.

    In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a brother, Claude Hance.

    When able, she attended the New Home Baptist Clhurch.

    She will be missed by her surviving family which includes one brother, Walker Hance, of Rolla; one sister, Earlene Titus, of Lincoln, Nebraska; nieces, nephews, other extended family members and friends.

    Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, June 13, 2005, at the Null & Son Funeral Home. Interment will follow the service in Ozark Memorial Gardens Cemetery. A visitation for family and friends will be held prior to the service Monday Beginning at 10:00 a.m.

    Memorial contributions are suggested to the Alzheimer's Research Foundation. All arrangements are under the direction of the Null & Son Funeral Home in Rolla.

  3934. Obituary, Rolla Daily News (MO) - Thursday, April 30, 2009. Earlene V. Titus, 85, passed from this life on Tuesday, April 28, in Lincoln, Neb.

    Earlene was born in Newburg, Mo., on July 16, 1923, to Mary Jane ( Strawhun ) Hance and Daniel Earl Hance, both of whom have preceded her in death.

    She grew up and lived most of her life in the Newburg and Rolla area. Earlene retired from the Lunch Counter at Woolworths in 1978.

    Earlene is survived by daughter and son-in-law, Carol and Bob Gallion of Summerfield, Fla.; grandchildren, Darrell and Christine Gallion of Rochester, N.Y., Tad and Kristen Gallion of Boston, Mass.; great grandchildren, Kaila, Emma, and Claire.

    She is also survived by a nephew Eston Hance and nieces Shelia Boulware, Iris Hance and Dana Light.

    Earlene was preceded in death by husband, Perry Dallas Titus; brothers, Walker Hance and Claude Hance, and one sister, Thelma Loughrige.

    Earlene, beloved mother and grandmother, will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.

    A funeral service for Earlene Titus will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, 2009, at the Null & Son Funeral Home with Rev. Andy Mattison officiating.

    Interment will follow in Ozark Memorial Gardens Cemetery. A visitation for family and friends will be held prior to the service Saturday beginning at 1 p.m.

    All arrangements are under the direction of the Null & Son Funeral Home in Rolla.

  3935. Death Certificate, 018194.
  3936. 1930 Census, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, pg 120A. JH, Lucy J, William J, Curchel, & Hallie (dinlaw) Handley
    James J Hankins (boarder).
  3937. 1920 Census, Miller, Seminole, Oklahoma, pg 202A. James, Lucy, Carthel, Lendon, & Mattie Hanley
    Iva, Hazel, & Willie Jones (stepkids).
  3938. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Seminole, Oklahoma.
  3939. 1910 Census, Miller, Seminole, Oklahoma, pg 189A. Jim, Ida, & William C Handley.
  3940. Obituary, Daily Oklahoma - December 12, 1955. James Handley Services Today

    Services for James H. Handley, 75, retired carpenter of 2317 1/2 S Broadway, will be at 4 p.m., Monday in Sunnylane cemetery under the direction of hunter funeral home.

    He died unexpectedly of a heart attack at his home Saturday.

    Handley was born in Texas and moved to Oklahoma City in 1916, where he had lived most of his life since then.

    Handley is survived by two sons, L.A. Handley, 16 SW 53; and W.C. Handley, 104 SE 43, a step-son, W.B. Jones, 3908 NW 11; two step-daughters, Mrs. Ira Pettit, 390B NW 11; and Mrs. Hazel Fleener, 1647 S Stonewall; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

  3941. SSDI, 441-18-7269.
  3942. Obituary, Daily Oklahoman - January 15, 1953. Mrs. Handley Dies of Stroke; Rites Pending

    Mrs. Lucy Jane Handley, 66, of 542 SW 10, died Wednesday night as she was being taken to St. Anthony hospital following a stroke. She had been ill about four years.

    Born in Scott county, Arkansas, Mrs. Handley came to Oklahoma before statehood, settling in Seminole county. She and her husband, Jim, a pensioner, came to Oklahoma City in 1923.

    Mrs. Handley attended the Pentecostal church.

    Services are pending at the Hunter funeral home.

    Surviving besides her husband, of the home address, are two daughters, Iva Pettit, 3908 NW 11; Hazel Flenner, 228 SW 10; a son, William Jones, northeast of the city; two step-sons. Crutchall Handley, 327 SE 40; Bud Handley, Wewoka; and eight grandchildren.

  3943. SSDI, 445-09-7783.
  3944. 1900 Census, Township 5, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 167B. William, Julia A, James H, Bowd J, Tillie D, Charlie, Minnie L, & Charley L (stepson) Handley.
  3945. 1880 Census, Sulphur Springs, Calhoun, Alabama, pg 585A. William, Sarah, Jessie, Martha, Cliftin, & Oscar Handley
    Hullar & Cone Tollorson (brosinlaw).
  3946. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Hill, Texas, pg 31A. Irby K, Julia, Edna, & Pinkney (bro) Hanks.
  3947. 1850 Census, District 2, Crittendon, Kentucky, pg 275A. Matthew, Nancy E, George P, & William H Hanks.
  3948. 1860 Census, , Tishomingo, Mississippi, pg 372. Matthew, Frances J, George P, William W, James S, John B P & Mary(sis?) Hanks.
  3949. 1880 Census, Wilson, Pope, Arkansas, pg 127D. ME, FJ, TP, MP, ETL, RMK, RJ, & IJK Hanks.
  3950. 1870 Census, Township 6 Range 9, Prentiss, Mississippi, pg 468A. Nathan E, Francis J, George P, William H, James S, John BP, Tabitha TA, Nathan P, Ellimus T, & Ryon McW Hanks.
  3951. 1900 Census, White Oak, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 346A. E Matthew, J Iola, K Irby, & L Julia (dinlaw).
  3952. 1910 Census, Henryetta Ward 5, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, pg 157B. Ryan W, Amanda J, Gerald E, Ryan, & Matthew E (dad) Hanks.
  3953. 1910 Census, Convenience Twp, Pope, Arkansas, pg 27B. Matthew P, Julia A, John H, Raymond, Ethel, Ernest, Ralph & Hazel Hanks.
  3954. 1900 Census, White Oak, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 346A. W Ryan, J Amanda, & F Elbert Hanks.
  3955. 1920 Census, Muskogee Ward 2, Muskogee, Oklahoma, pg 151A. Ryan W, Amanda J, Gerald E, Ryan, & Paul Hanks.
  3956. 1900 Census, White Oak, Van Buren, Arkansas, pg 346A. T Elmus, M Minnie, E Aubrey, & F Annie Hanks.
  3957. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Muskogee, Muskogee, Oklahoma.
  3958. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Floyd, Texas.
  3959. 1920 Census, Cleburne Ward 3, Johnson, Texas, pg 105B. Aubrey, May, & Earl Hanks.
  3960. 1930 Census, District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 120B. Abner C & Nancy J Hansard
    Maud Mountain (stepdau).
  3961. 1930 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 182B. William R Hansard (boarder).
  3962. 1900 Census, Civil District 20, Knox, Tennessee, pg 182A. Samuel F, Malinda A, Lizzie S, Idella C, & Hobert B Hansard.
  3963. 1860 Census, District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 434B. YN, Salena, JP, Sarah, Vina, Phebe, Susan E, Silena C, & Louisa C Yadon.
  3964. 1930 Census, Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa, pg 206B. Fred, Margaret, Lester A, Frederick E, & Herbert E Hanson.
  3965. Obituary, Odessa American, The (TX) - Thursday, January 30, 2003. ODESSA-- Raymond Hanway, 76, of Odessa passed away Monday, Jan. 27, 2003, at his residence. He was born April 21, 1926, in Broadwater, Nebraska, to Robert and Beryl Hanway, where he lived with his family until he entered the U.S. Army. Ray served active duty in Germany during World War II.

    In 1947, he moved to MIdland, Texas, and worked for West Texas Office Supply. He met and married Mary Adeline Lipsey in 1949. In 1952, Ray and his business partners opened Ector Office Supply which he ran until 1989. At that time, he began conducting auctions full time. Ray then turned his attention to Hanway Auctioneers which his son still operates today.

    Ray was very active in the Optimist Club in the 50's and was also a member of the American Legion Post 430 and the VFW Post 4372.

    Ray was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, and one sister, Patricia Frain, of Denver, Colo.

    He is survived by his friend and companion of 13 years, Margie Cooper; his son, Ronald Hanway and wife, Janna, of Odessa; grandchildren, Niki Hutton of Houston, Brian Hanway of Dublin, Calif., Katie Hanway of Dublin, Calif., and Nathan Torsy of Odessa. He is also survived by ten brothers and sisters, Retha Holliday of Nampa,Idaho, Robert Hanway of Nampa, Idaho, Howard Hanway of Loveland, Colo., William Hanway of Loveland, Colo., Darlene Coomes of Provo, Utah, Darrel Hanway of Nampa, Idaho, Jack Hanway of Nampa, Idaho, Beverly Vaudrey of Nampa, Idaho, Anson Hanway of Nampa, Idaho; and Carolyn Collins of Eagle, Idaho.

    A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31, 2003, at Frank W. Wilson Funeral Home with Don Fankhauser from Antioch Christian Church presiding.

    In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation or the Diabetes Association.
    .

  3966. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 240B. AH, Loucinda, Delle, July A, & Charles E Harbison.
  3967. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, 7B. John H, Nancy M, James E, Stella L, John W, Clarence R, & Charles F Harbison.
  3968. SSDI, 708-16-3746.
  3969. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 184A. Levi H, Maggie, Robert F, Lucy K, & Lizzie I Harbison.
  3970. Obituary, Jeferson City Post-Tribune - August 3, 1971. Lee Harbison, Versailles, dies

    Lee H. Harbison, 89, Versailles, died Monday at a Stover rest home.

    Mr. Harbison was born March 25, 1882, in Etterville, the son of Frank and Jane Russell Harbison.

    He was a retired farmer and machinist for the Rock Island Railroad.

    He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Versailles.

    On Feb. 4, 1904 he was married to the former Miss Margaret Hill, who died Jan. 29, 1967.

    Survivors include: One son, Robert Herbison (sic), Jefferson City; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Agnew, Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Irene Goodman, Joplin; three sisters, Mrs. Lilly Hines, Kansas City, Mrs. Dollie Miller, Pilot Grove, and Mrs. Overy Waters, Eldon; six grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Kidwell Funeral Home, Versailles, with the Rev. Archie Warren officiating. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. .

  3971. Obituary, Daily Capital News - January 31, 1967. Harbison rites set at Versailles

    Mrs. Margaret C. Harbison, 82, of Versailles, died Sunday at St. Lukes Hospital, Kansas City.

    Mrs. Harbison was born April 14, 1884, the daughter of Robert F. and Mahalia Bond Hill.

    On Feb. 4, 1904, she was married to Lee H. Harbison, who survives.

    Other survivors include: One son, Robert F. Harbison, Jefferson City; two daughters, Mrs. Lucy Agnes, Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Irene Goodman, Columbus, Ohio; one brother Robert Hill, Kansas City, Kan.; and one sister, Mrs. Ester M. Harvey, Kansas City, Kan.; six grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and one great, great, grandchildren. (sic)

    Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m., today, at the First Baptist Church, Versailles, under the direction of the Kidwell Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Stokes officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.

  3972. Obituary, Daily Capital News - Novermber 13, 1975. Robert Harbison dies in hospital

    Robert Franklin Harbison, 70, of 208 W. Elm St., died at 2 p.m., Tuesday, at a Jefferson City hospital.

    A native of Etterville, Mr. Harbison was born March 14, 1905, the son of Lee H. and Margaret C. Hill Harbison.

    He attended school at Etterville and later at Eldon. He was a member of the Baptist Church.

    For 40 years he was employed by the Oberman Manufacturing Co., at Eldon and Jefferson City. Before his retirement last September, he was employed by the Jefferson City Public School System.

    Survivors include: Two sons, Bill Lee Harbison, Eldon, and Robert Louis Harbison, Titusville, Fla.; two daughters, Mrs. Leroy Whittle, Frog Hollow Road, and Mrs. Hubert Fairless, Canoga Park, Calif.

    Two sisters, Mrs. J.C. Goodman, Joplin, and Mrs. Lucy Agnew, Kansas City, Kan.; 10 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

    Graveside services will be conducted at 2 p.m., Friday, at the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Miller County with the Rev. Don Wainwright officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Buescher Memorial Home.

  3973. 1900 Census, Knoxville Ward 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 115A. Sam L & Mennie Harbison.
  3974. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 122B. Samuel & Minnie Harbison.
  3975. 1860 Census, Jim Henry, Miller, Missouri, pg 50. William H, Polly A, Eliza J, Sarah C, Harriett E, Alexander H, Patrick, & William R Harbison.
  3976. 1870 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 304A. William H, Mary A, Alexander H, Patrick H, & William R Harbison
    Catharine Bond
    James Estes.
  3977. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 240C. Mary A & William Harbison.
  3978. 1880 Census, District 2, Decatur, Tennessee, pg 19B. JF, Paralle, Robt L, & Huldah E Harder
    Rebecca White (greataunt).
  3979. 1900 Census, Brooksville, Noxubee, Mississippi, pg 259A. Dr JJ, Hattie D, Jno J Jr, & Hattie D Jr Hardin.
  3980. 1920 Census, Manganella, Cuba, Military and Naval Forces, pg 110A. John J Hardin.
  3981. 1930 Census, Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia, pg 41B. John J, Doris B, & Doris B Hardin.
  3982. SSDI, 483-38-6485.
  3983. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme Twp, Howard, Missouri, pg 240. Elizabeth, Jno P, Lucinda, Sarah M & Nancy (black) Hargis.
  3984. 1850 Census, , Howard, Missouri, pg 124. Caleb, Elizabeth, Francis, Lurany, James H, Lucinda, Joshua F & Lucinda Hargis.
  3985. 1860 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 389. Caleb, Elizabeth, Francis M, James H, Joshua T, Lucinda, Nancy, John P & Sarah M Hargus.
  3986. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme Twp,Howard,Missouri, pg 7A. James & Rebecca Hargis, William M, Marth, Clara M, Annie P, Nancy E Griggs, & Samuel L Griggs (boarder).
  3987. Howard County, Missouri Land Records, Vol 20 pg 495. 19 Jul 1879- Land sold from Joel J. Grigsby & Senethy A. Grigsby to James H. Hargis in Howard County, Missouri.
  3988. 1870 Census, Bonne Femme Twp, Howard, Missouri, pg 238. James Hargis
    his wife is living at her parents home.
  3989. 1920 Census, Canton, Lewis, Missouri, pg 30A. James H & Rebecca C Hargis.
  3990. 1910 Census, Ward 5, Canton, Lewis, Missouri, pg 146B. James H, Rebecca C, & Clara M (gdau) Hargis & Anna P Griggs.
  3991. 1890 Vetran's Schedule, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri. James H Hargis Private Company E Regiment 22 Missouri ??? Apr 1861- 1 Mar 1862 Dissability Incured: Lost his right arm in the war.
  3992. 1870 Census, Center, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 70A. Isaac, Elizabeth, & Isaih
    Joshua, Ann, & Leonidas Hargis.
  3993. 1880 Census, Mount Ayr, Osborne, Kansas, pg 325D. Joshua F, Anna, Alonzo, Edwin, Walter A, not named, & not named Hargus.
  3994. 1900 Census, Harrisonville, Cass, Missouri, pg 112B. Anna M, Alonzo, Jessie, Mabel, & Ellen Hargis.
  3995. 1895 Census, Richmond, Franklin, Kansas, pg 13. Annie M, Alonzo F, David H, Jessie, Mabel C, & Elen Hargis.
  3996. 1910 Census, Grand River Ward 1, Cass, Missouri, pg 177B. Anna M & Mabel C Hargis.
  3997. 1880 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 212C. John P, Sally Ann, William B, & John F Hargis.
  3998. 1900 Census, Bourbon, Howard, Missouri, pg 11B. John P, Sarah, & Rosa B Hargis.
  3999. Obituary, Moberly Monitor-Index - March 5, 1941. Mrs. Sarah Lynch Dies Here; Funeral Friday Afternoon

    Mrs. Sarah Lynch, 86, died at 4 o'clock this morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. B.W. Lockhart, 127 Bedford street. Mrs. Lynch sustained a fractured hip two months ago and had been in failing health ever since. Her husband, John Lynch, Sr., of Higbee, died 17 years ago.

    Besides Mrs. Lockhart, she is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. John Pemberton, Fayette, and Mrs. Betty Cleeton of Moberly; three sons, John Lynch of Cleveland, Ark., and George and Gabriel Lynch, both of Higbee; and several grandchildren.

    The body will remain at the Lockhart home, where funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon by the Rev. Searcy White of Clark. Burial will be in Oakland cemetery.

  4000. 1870 Census, Salt River, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 385A. Caleb F, Odessa, & Susan E Hargis.
  4001. 1880 Census, Chariton, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 109B. Chab F, Odyssey, Joseph, & May Hargis
    Jane Lucas (mom).
  4002. 1900 Census, Chariton, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 5A. Frank, Odessa B, & Carl W Hargis.
  4003. 1910 Census, N-Wd Lancaster, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 245B. Caleb F & Odessa E Hargis.
  4004. 1910 Census, Fabius, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 198A. Joseph F, Cleo M, Carrie O, & Mary C Hargis.
  4005. 1920 Census, Fabius, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 198B. Joseph F, Cleo M, Odessa, Christine, & Charles F Hargis.
  4006. 1930 Census, Fabius, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 230A. Frank J, Cleo, Charles F, & James C Hargis.
  4007. 1860 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 372. CW, Lurana, Isaac F, & Elizabeth Hargus.
  4008. 1870 Census, Center, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 56A. Caleb W, Lurana, Isaac F, Elizabeth E, Nancy C, William T, & Josiah Hargis.
  4009. 1880 Census, Center, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 586B. Caleb W, Lurana, Nancy C, William L, Josiah, Addie B, Lucy, & Maud Hargis.
  4010. 1900 Census, Center, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 37B. Laura, Josiah, & Lucy Hargis.
  4011. 1910 Census, Center Twp, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 115A. Rainey & Joseph Hargis.
  4012. 1920 Census, Center, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 15B. Amos & Natlee Schaufler
    Luania Mrs Hargis
    Marie Schaufler.
  4013. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 6, San Patricio, Texas, pg 273A. David H, Elizabeth M, Albert D, Franklin H, & Robert B Hargis.
  4014. 1920 Census, Casper, Natrona, Wyoming, pg 133A. David H, Elizabeth, Albert, Franklin, Robert, Evan, & Richard Hargis.
  4015. 1930 Census, Aransas Pass, San Patricio, Texas, pg 207A. David H, Elizabeth M, Robert B, Elvin J, & Richard S Hargis.
  4016. SSDI, 462-26-2050.
  4017. SSDI, 461-05-1883.
  4018. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Ellis, Oklahoma.
  4019. 1910 Census, Murdock, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 64A. Earl, Loma, Elsie, & Mildred Hargis.
  4020. 1930 Census, Canton, Lewis, Missouri, pg 146b. Thomas C, Minna M, James A, & Ula A Hargis.
  4021. 1900 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 8. Thomas Ancell
    Thomas C, Evelyn, James S, & Willard P Hargis.
  4022. 1930 Census, Iowa, Marshall, Iowa, pg 38a. Thomas, Minna M, Eula, Helen M, & Willia Hargis.
  4023. 1920 Census, Ross, Fremont, Iowa, pg 213a. Thomas C, Mina W, Ella G, Martha, & Willa G Hargis.
  4024. 1910 Census, Ward 5, Canton, Lewis, Missouri, pg 146. Thomas C, Mina M, James A, & Ula A Hargis.
  4025. 1920 Census, 1920 Union, Mahaska, Iowa, pg254b. Stanley & Martha Hargis.
  4026. 1930 Census, Union, Mahaska, Iowa, pg 256a. Stanley, Martha & Caleb Hargis & Carl Griggs (cousin).
  4027. SSDI, 541-28-2269.
  4028. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Mahaska, Iowa.
  4029. SSDI, 540-32-7596.
  4030. 1910 Census, Bourbon Twp, Boone, Missouri, pg 21A. John, Will (bro), Lizzie (sisnlaw), Willie, John & Clay Hargis.
  4031. 1920 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 144B. William B, Elizabeth M, William B, John C, Clay R, Ethel M, Albert W, & Walter T Hargis.
  4032. 1900 Census, Bourbon, Howard, Missouri, pg 11B. John Hargis (servant).
  4033. 1920 Census, Bonne Femme, Howard, Missouri, pg 141A. John F Hargis (laborer).
  4034. 1910 Census, Murdock Twp, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 1A. Alonzo G Hargis.
  4035. 1930 Census, Morgan, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 235A. Alonzo G Hargis.
  4036. 1920 Census, Murdock, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 62B. Alonzo Hargis.
  4037. 1910 Census, Murdock Twp, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 1A. Walter A, Esther J, Earl F, & Leslie R Hargis.
  4038. 1900 Census, Grand River, Cass, Missouri, pg 91B. Walter , Ester J, Earl F, Mildred V, & Denver D Hargis.
  4039. 1920 Census, Murdock, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 64A. Walter A, Esther, Leslie, Pearl (dinlaw), & Howard Hargis.
  4040. 1930 Census, Morgan, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 235A. Walter A, Esther J, Howard (gson) & Clifferd (gson) Hargis.
  4041. 1910 Census, Murdock Twp, Ellis, Oklahoma, pg 1A. Forrest D, Jessie R, Adie P, Gilbert D, & Lawrence N Bostwick
    Ellen E Hargis (sisnlaw).
  4042. 1850 Census, , Howard, Missouri, pg 241. Joshua, Samantha, Martha A, William A, Cabb F, Tandy E, & Rebecca J Hargis.
  4043. 1860 Census, Liberty, Adair, Missouri, pg 90. Joshua, Semantha, Martha, William, Caleb, Turzen, & Rebeca Hargus.
  4044. 1850 Census, , Howard, Missouri, pg 245. Benj, Jane, Lucinda, Nancy, & William Finley
    Mary, Melinda E, Josiah, & Lucinda Hargis.
  4045. SSDI, 440-09-4246.
  4046. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 446-01-2174.
  4047. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 445-01-6633.
  4048. 1850 Census, , Sullivan, Missouri, pg 327A. William & Elizabeth Harges, Harden, Andrew J, Emler, Elisha, Elijah, Nancy & Margaret E Hargis.
  4049. SSDI, 510-05-5942.
  4050. SSDI, 510-07-6028.
  4051. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 221A. Clay Hargis (lodger).
  4052. SSDI, 514-09-6163.
  4053. 1860 Census, Greencastle, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 802. Hardin, Lucinda, & Pinkney Hargus.
  4054. 1920 Census, Webster, Polk, Iowa, pg 291B. James I, Edith M, & Effie E Harless.
  4055. 1930 Census, Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, pg 121A. IJ, Edith, Eveylne, James, & Russell Harless.
  4056. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Polk, Iowa.
  4057. SSDI, 478-22-4910.
  4058. SSDI, 481-26-2489.
  4059. 1880 Census, District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 196B. Dulany, Catherine, James, Lewis, Jesse, Cornelia, & Robert Harmon.
  4060. 1870 Census, District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 284B. Dulany, Catharine, & James Harman
    Sallie Robinson (nurse).
  4061. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 131B. Dulana, Cathrine, Carna, Robert, Osker, Fred, Emett, Dallie, & Lucy Harman.
  4062. 1910 Census, Civil District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 6B. Dewlaney, Catharine, Robert, & Lucy Harman.
  4063. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 131B. Lauis, Pearlie, Docia, & Claud Harman.
  4064. 1910 Census, Civil District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 6B. Lewis W, Pearlie, Docia E, Burn, Arvelee, & Cleo M Harman.
  4065. 1850 Census, , Humphreys, Tennessee, pg 107B. H.L. & Narcissa Harmon
    R.H. Epperson.
  4066. 1880 Census, District 4, Sequatchie, Tennessee, pg 273D. Henry, Tennessee, & Margart Harmon.
  4067. 1900 Census, Civil District 4, Sequatchie, Tennessee, pg 132A. Henery, Margret, John C, Mary E, William A, & Joseph C Harmon.
  4068. 1910 Census, Civil District 1, Sequatchie, Tennessee, pg 160B. Henry, Mary, Alexander, & Joe Harmon.
  4069. 1920 Census, Civil District 1, Sequatchie, Tennessee, pg 3A. John E, Mary, Leater, Lee, Willis, Tom, & Henry (dad) Harmon.
  4070. 1930 Census, District 1, Sequatchie, Tennessee, pg 232B. Ranzo, Mary, Lee, Willis, Seborn, JL, Wilma, & Henry (dad) Harmon.
  4071. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Sequatchie, Tennessee.
  4072. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Rhea, Tennessee.
  4073. 1930 Census, District 1, Sequatchie, Tennessee, pg 232B. Joe C, Armie Rachel, AB, Ata K, Irene, Johnie Mae, & Eadith Harmon.
  4074. SSDI, 413-05-3881.
  4075. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 280A. Alvin B & Nannie B Harper.
  4076. 1910 Census, 11-Wd Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 160B. Robert A, Sallie, Alvin B, & Aleen Harper.
  4077. 1900 Census, Nashville Ward 9, Davidson, Tennessee, pg 42A. Robert A, Sallie, & Alvin Harper.
  4078. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 280A. Sarah B & Mary E Harper.
  4079. SSDI, 436-16-6366.
  4080. 1870 Census, Township 8 Range 9, Gallatin, Illinois, pg. Sylvany, Genisa, Mary E, Henry, Andy, Sylvanous, George W, & Christopher Harrold Son.
  4081. 1860 Census, Township 8 Range 9 E, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 928. Selaynus, Jenisa, Benj F, Lafayette, Mary E, Henry, Andrew, James & William Harrelson
    Narasisa Gates.
  4082. 1880 Census, New Market, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 531A. Selana, Jenisa, Silanus, GW, CC, & SE Harrelson
    SH Hedger (stepson).
  4083. 1900 Census, Ridgeway, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 329A. William, Sarah E, & Roy Hise
    Genisa Harrelson (minlaw).
  4084. 1900 Census, Upper Poor Fork, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 55A. Preston & Salley Staniford
    Colvins Vohn (gson)
    Charley, Sarah, Mary, & Erastus Harris.
  4085. 1910 Census, Lower Poor Fork, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 207A. Charley, Sarah J, Mary, Pearl, Zeus, & Joseph Harris.
  4086. 1930 Census, District 4, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 9B. Charley, Sarah, Ethel, Tommy, & Elizabeth (sisnlaw) Harris.
  4087. 1920 Census, Lower Poor Fork, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 249A. Pearl, Nava, & Joney Harris.
  4088. 1930 Census, District 4, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 10A. Pearl, Nora, Johnie, Georgie, Essie, & Lewrence Harris.
  4089. 1900 Census, Township 1, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 32B. George M, Sarah A, Phelps Clay, Mary J, Susan B, Marion S, Martin ?, Uri, Earl, & James M Harris.
  4090. 1910 Census, Duncan Ward 1, Stephens, Oklahoma, pg. PC, Sarah (mom), Martin (bro), ??a (bro), Earl (bro), & James (bro) Harris.
  4091. 1900 Census, Township 5, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory. GW, Addie, Bering & Mable Harris.
  4092. 1930 Census, District 1, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 123B. Henry, Elouise, & Enlyn Harris
    Lona Blonton (sisnlaw).
  4093. 1930 Census, Bearden, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, pg 18A. Ira L, Addie E, & Alice J Harris.
  4094. 1930 Census, District 4, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 116B. Lee, Virda, Howard W, JB, & Kathleen Harris.
  4095. SSDI, 401-03-5374.
  4096. SSDI, 407-20-5578.
  4097. SSDI, 401-30-3542.
  4098. Obituary, Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - Saturday, February 13, 1999. LONDON - J.B. Harris, 71, Reuben Street, retired coal miner, husband of Marie Harris, died Thursday. Services 2 p.m. Sunday, Bowling Funeral Home. Visitation 6 p.m. today.
  4099. 1900 Census, Mount Pleasant, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 22B. William, Elizabeth, Walter V, Pearl, William O, Henry L, John K, Wilson, Thomas S, & Georg W Harris.
  4100. 1880 Census, District 1, 9 and 13, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 478D. Thomas, Mary, Charley, Fanny, James, & Sarah Harris.
  4101. 1920 Census, Baxter, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 39A. G Thomas, Elesabeth, L Henry, Lee, & Callie Harris.
  4102. 1910 Census, White Shoals, Lee, Virginia, pg 192B. TG, Elizabeth, GW, Manerva (dinlaw), Pearl, William OB, Henry L, Lecreech, & Callie Harris
    Walter Vaughn (stepson).
  4103. 1930 Census, District 1, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 71A. Hugh H, Pearlie, May, Verda, & Pearl M Smith
    Elizabeth (minlaw) & Callie (sisinlaw) Harris.
  4104. 1920 Census, Grays Knob, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 4B. Wilson, Ella, & Thelma Harris.
  4105. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 138A. Mary J, Everett W, John T, Rosa M, Bessie ?, Grover L, & Ralph S Harris.
  4106. 1900 Census, Granite Falls, Snohomish, Washington, pg 206B. William, Effie, & Hope M Harris.
  4107. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 262D. RC, Osa J, & Samuel F Harrison.
  4108. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 30A. Cormming & Osie Harrison.
  4109. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 27B. Reuban C & Osie J Harrison
    Maud M Brensfield (servant).
  4110. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 140B. Ruben L & Osie J Harrison.
  4111. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 104A. Osie J Harrison.
  4112. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Randolph, Arkansas.
  4113. 1900 Census, Pocahontas, Randolph, Arkansas, pg 58A. S Frank Harrison (boarder).
  4114. 1910 Census, Current River, Randolph, Arkansas, pg 46A. Samuel, Kate E, Marian, & Rue Harrison.
  4115. SSDI, 489-20-0224.
  4116. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 105B. Maida & Franklin Harrison.
  4117. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 14, Knox, Tennessee, pg 188B. William & Bessie Wilson
    Franklin Harrison (boarder).
  4118. 1880 Census, Olive, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 279C. Fredric, Phebe, Catharine, John, Caraline, Henry, Matilda, & David W Harter.
  4119. 1900 Census, Census, Olive, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 283A. William, Maranda, Ella, Della, & Frederick (dad) Harter.
  4120. Obituary, GOSPEL HERALD - Vol. XXXI, No. 13 - June 30, 1938, Page 295, 296. Lechlitner - Catherine Harter, daughter of Frederich and Philibena Krylo Harter was born in Holmes Co., Ohio, Sept. 15, 1859. She moved to Elkhart Co., Ind., in 1865. She was married to Samuel Lechlitner Feb. 4, 1882, and began housekeeping on the farm in Olive Tp., Elkhart Co., Ind., where she passed away Apr. 9, 1938; aged 78 y. 6 m. 24 d. To this union 5 sons and 3 daughters were born. One daughter and 1 son preceded her in death. Her aged husband, 4 sons (Jacob Henry of Goshen, John Wesley, of Osceola, Wm. H. and Chas. E. of Wakarusa), and 2 daughters (Leota, Mrs. Marcus Frederiks, of Mishawaka and Goldie, Mrs. Jerry Willard, of Wakarusa) survive. There are also 37 grandchildren besides a large number of other relatives and friends. She was confirmed in the German Evangelical Church at the age of 13 and retained her membership until death. Funeral service was held at the Olive Church conducted by D.A. Yoder and C.A. Shank.
  4121. 1910 Census, Olive, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 207A. John, Anna, Elmer, Ida F, Maudie, Earle, & Russel Harter.
  4122. 1900 Census, Olive, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 282A. John, Fi Anna, Elmer, Ida, Elizabeth, & Earl Harter.
  4123. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume XV, Number 14 - July 6, 1922, pg 285. Harter.--John Harter was born in Holmes Co., O., Sept. 1, 1862. At the age of 3 years he came with his parents to Elkhart Co., Ind. where he resided until death. On Dec. 31, 1889 he was united in marriage to Anna Lechitner, who with 3 sons (Elmer, Earl and Russell), and 2 daughters (Ida and Maud) remain. He had been in failing health for some years, the immediate cause of death being cerebral hemorrhage. He died on May 7, 1922; aged 59 y. 7 m. 27 d. Funeral services held at the Olive Church, conducted by D. A. Yoder. Burial in the adjoining cemetery.
  4124. 1930 Census, Olive, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 219B. William, Miranda, George, Ira, & Florence Harter.
  4125. 1920 Census, Olive, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 231A. William, Miranda, Della, Ella, Cleo, George, Ira, & Florence Harter.
  4126. 1910 Census, Olive Twp, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 211B. William, Amanda, Ella, Della, Omah, Cleo, George, & Lena E Harter.
  4127. 1900 Census, Olive, Elkhart, Indiana, pg 283A. William, Maranda, Ella, Della, & Frederick (dad) Harter.
  4128. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume LXV, Number 25 - June 20, 1972, pages 539, 540. Harter.- William David, son of Fredrick and Philipina (Crilow) Harter, was born in Olive Twp., Ind., Jan. 13, 1877; died as the result of a stroke at South Bend, Ind., May 26, 1972 aged 95 y. 4 m. 13 d. On May 14, 1898, he was married to Maranda Troxel, who preceded him in death Nov. 2, 1934. Surviving are 3 daughters (Florence-Mrs. Irvin F. Huenerkoph, Ella May-Mrs. Lon Taylor, and Della May Harter), 2 sons (George and Ira Harter), 12 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, and 6 great-great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Olive Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held May 29, in charge of Richard Hostetler and Elno Steiner; interment in Olive Cemetery. http://www.mcusa-archives.org.
  4129. SSDI, 313-18-3579.
  4130. SSDI, 311-05-1062.
  4131. SSDI, 313-20-3445.
  4132. SSDI, 306-30-8301.
  4133. Obituary, September 17, 1931 - Vol. XXIV, No.25 - page 559, 560. Harter. - Anna, daughter of Jonathan and Elizabeth Lechlitner, was born April 6, 1865, on a farm near Wakarusa, Ind.; died June 8, 1931, at her home in Wakarusa; aged 66 y. 2 m. 2 d. She was united in marriage to John Harter on Dec. 31, 1889, who preceded her in death May 7, 1922. Five children were born to this union"2 daughters and 3 sons. She is also survived by 2 brothers, 3 sisters, 15 grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends. She attended S. S. at the Methodist Church whenever she could. Her entire life was spent in and near Wakarusa. Funeral services were held at the Olive Church in charge of E. E. Kauffman of the M. E. Church and D. A. Yoder.
  4134. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume LIV, Number 41 - October 17, 1961 ­ page 926, 927. Harter, Elmer Chester, son of John and Anna (Lechlitner) Harter, was born Feb. 24, 1890; died after a long illness on Sept. 23, 1961; aged 71 y. 6 m. 30 d. On Nov. 28, 1912, he was married to Elizabeth Newcomer, who died March 22, 1927. To this union were born 3 children (Lodema-Mrs. Paul Shaum, New Carlisle; Berdene-Mrs. Ephraim Pletcher, Elkhart; and Kenneth, Bremen). On March 22, 1930, he was married to Lillie Newcomer. Three children were born to this union (Susanna-Mrs. Lloyd Hoover, Goshen; Mary Ellen-Mrs. Robert Weaver, Wakarusa; and Walter, Elkhart). He was a member of the Olive Church, Elkhart, Ind., where funeral services were conducted by Elno Steiner and D. A. Yoder; burial in the Yellow Creek Cemetery.
  4135. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume XLVIII , Number 43 - October 25, 1955 -- Page 1030, 1031. Wenger, -- Maud, daughter of John and Anna (Lechlitner) Harter, was born Feb. 24, 1895, in Elkhart Co., Ind., and died Sept. 14, 1955, at the home of Mrs. Martha Weldy in Wakarus, Ind., where she had been cared for the past 14 months; aged 60 y. 6 m. 21 d. On Feb. 9, 1918, she was married to Allen Wenger who survives. She is also survived by 4 children (Robert of Wabash; Gerald and Marjorie-Mrs. Willis Poff of Elkhart, and Audrie-Mrs. Robert Brown, Bristol, Ind.), 6 grandchildren, a sister (Mrs. Harve Stauffer, Norway, Mich., and 3 brothers (Elmer and Earl of Wakarusa, and Russell of Mishawaka). Funeral services were conducted at the Yellow Creek Mennonite Church on Sept. 16 by C. A. Shank. Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery.
  4136. SSDI, 308-28-2501.
  4137. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume LIX, Number 43 - November 1, 1966 - pages 982 - 984. Harter, Earl C., son of John and Anna (Lechlitner) Harter, was born in Olive Twp., Ind., Oct. 5, 1897; died at the Elkhart General Hospital Sept. 24, 1966; aged 68 y. 11 m. 19 d. On Sept. 6, 1919, he was married to Bertha Weldy, who survives. Her home address is Wakarusa, Ind. Also surviving are 3 daughters and one son (Miriam - Mrs. Willis Nunemaker, Violet - Mrs. Edward Schrock, Letha - Mrs. Dale Nafziger, and Wayne), one brother (Russell), and 17 grandchildren. He was a member of the Holdeman Church. Funeral services were held at the Olive Church, Sept. 27, with David Cressman officiating, assisted by Simon Gingerich.
  4138. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Vol. XXVII, No. 34 - November 22, 1934 - pages 739, 740. Harter. - Miranda (Troxel), wife of William Harter, was born in St. Joseph Co., Mich., Nov. 20, 1873. They were married on May 14, 1898, and lived on the homestead in Olive Twp., until about a year ago, when they moved to Elkhart, Ind., at which place she died Nov. 2, 1934; aged 60 y. 11 m. 13 d. She had been in declining health for a number of years, having been afflicted with tuberculosis. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Della, at home; Mrs. Ella Taylor and Mrs. Cleo Shaffer of Elkhart; Mrs. Florence Britz of Mishawaka; George and Ira, on the farm homestead. Six children preceded her in death. Surviving also are 7 grandchildren, 2 brothers (Silas Troxel of Wakarusa and John Troxel of St. Joseph Co.), 2 sisters (Mrs. Eli Wenger of Harrison Twp. and Mrs. Lena Metzler of Sidell, Ill.), besides other relatives and a large circle of friends. Funeral conducted by Bros. J. K. Bixler and D. A. Yoder at the Olive Church near Elkhart.
  4139. SSDI, 308-03-5515.
  4140. Obituary, GOSPEL HERALD - Vol. II, No. 39 - Dec. 23, 1909, pages 622, 623. Harter. - Clara Edna Harter was born Aug. 9, 1900; died Nov. 28, 1909, aged 9 y. 3 m. 19 d. She leaves to mourn their loss father, mother, one brother, four sisters and an aged grandmother. On Nov. 26, as they were butchering the little girl played near the kettle and her clothes caught fire, burning her so badly that it resulted in her death on the 28th. She did not complain, and said that she would not go near the fire again. May this prove a blessing to the parents to live for God so that they may meet Clara again. Burial at Olive Church near Elkhart, Ind., where a large number of people had gathered to pay a tribute of respect. Services were conducted by Henry Weldy. Text, Mark 10:13-16.
  4141. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume XI, Number 33 - November 14, 1918 - pages 605, 606 and 607. Harter.-Oma Arvilla, daughter of William and Miranda Harter, was born Jan. 1, 1902, died Oct. 9, 1918, after a short illness of influenza followed by bronchopneumonia, aged 16 y. 9 m. 8 d. Two brothers and three sisters preceded her in death. She leaves father, mother, 2 brothers, 4 sisters and numerous other relatives and friends to mourn her early departure. Funeral held at the home conducted by D. A. Yoder. Burial at the Olive Cemetery, Elkhart Co., Ind.
  4142. Obituary, Herald of Truth, Vol. XL, No. 38, September 17, 1903 - Page 303. Harter - On Sept. 3, 1903, near Wakarusa, Ind., infant son of William and Miranda Harter, aged 6 M., 2 D. He was preceded to the spirit world by one sister, while father, mother, four sisters, relatives and friends remain to mourn his early departure. Services by Jonas Loucks and Jacob Shank. Text, 1 Pet. 1:24, 25. Buried in the Olive cemetery.
  4143. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume XLV , Number 47 - November 18, 1952 ­ page 1141, 1142, 1143. Schaffer, Chleo Nettie, -- She was the daughter of William and Miranda Harter, born in Elkhart Co., Ind., April 13, 1904; passed away at Elkhart, Ind., Oct. 16, 1952; aged 48 y. 6 m. 3 d. On Feb. 2, 1923, she was united in marriage to Peter Schaffer. All her life was spent in the vicinity of Elkhart. She was a kind and affectionate mother much concerned for the welfare of her family. She leaves to mourn her departure her husband, father, 3 sons (Robert, Cleo, and Jackie Lee, all of Elkhart, Ind.), one daughter (Delores-Mrs.Nelson Mahaffa, Elkhart, Ind.), 3 sisters (Ella-Mrs. Lon Taylor, and Della, both of Elkhart, Ind.; and Florence-Mrs. Al Henningsmith, South, Bend, Ind.), 2 brothers (George and Ira, Elkhart, Ind.), and 4 grandchildren, besides many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted by C. A. Shank at the Olive Mennonite Church, Elkhart, Ind., with interment in the adjoining cemetery.
  4144. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Volume V, Number 47 - February 20, 1913 - page 751, 752. HARTER. - Linnie Elizabeth, daughter of William and Miranda Harter, was born April 6, 1910; died Feb. 4, 1913; aged 2y. 9m. 28d. She is survived by her father, mother, 4 sisters, and 2 brothers. Funeral services were held at the Olive M.H. north of Wakarusa, Ind., on the afternoon of Feb. 6 by David A. Yoder and Jacob K. Bixler.
  4145. 1900 Census, Rolla, Phelps, Missouri, pg 7b. Fred W, Sarah, Herman, Edward, Zoza, & Emma Hartman.
  4146. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 28, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 73B. William, Sarah J, Edward F, Josephine, & Emma M Hartmann.
  4147. 1920 Census, St Louis Ward 27, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 56A. William & Sarah Hartman
    Floyd, Josephine (dau), & Margarette Baker.
  4148. 1930 Census, St Louis, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 131A. Floyd, Josephine, Jane, & Joyce Baker
    William Hartman (fathinlaw).
  4149. SSDI, 495-50-7625.
  4150. 1870 Census, Travellers Rest, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 340A. Samuel, Rosa, William & Mary E Hartsock.
  4151. 1880 Census, Sturgeon, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 312C. Samuel, Rosa B, William, Mary E, Sarah E, Melissa, & Thomas Hartsock.
  4152. 1900 Census, Sturgeon, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 32A. Samiel, Rosa, Malissa, Thomas, Rachel, Cynthia, & Julia Hartsock.
  4153. 1920 Census, Sturgeon, Owsley, Kentucky, pg 255A. Samuel & Rosa Hartsock.
  4154. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Owsley, Kentucky.
  4155. 1930 Census, District 41, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 161A. Charles C, Esther M, Eileen V, Gerald L, Donald L, & Charles R Harvery
    John R Holloway (boarder).
  4156. SSDI, 512-16-3347.
  4157. 1870 Census, Long Creek, Decatur, Iowa, pg 325A. Joseph, Elizabeth, Joseph A, & Henry W Hatfield.
  4158. 1880 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 166D. Joseph, Elizabeth, Joseph S, William T, Marry D, Sarah E, Jemima J, & Liza E Hatfield.
  4159. SSDI, 436-13-0373.
  4160. 1930 Census, Drywood, Vernon, Missouri, pg 162A. Joseph E, Frances, Frances M, & Wiley J Hauser.
  4161. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Vernon, Missouri.
  4162. SSDI, 500-07-5547.
  4163. SSDI, 486-30-1131.
  4164. SSDI, 488-22-5001.
  4165. 1870 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 125B. Christopher, Mary, Jacob, Eugene, Henry, & H???? Hawkins.
  4166. 1860 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 728. Christopher, Mary, John, & Christophr Hawkins.
  4167. 1900 Census, Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, pg 74A. JG, KL, Charles C, Eugene W, Thomas M, Annie R, Jacob G Jr, Christopher M (dad), & Mary E (sis) Hawken
    Franke E Parke (broinlaw).
  4168. 1880 Census, Carondelet, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 49A. Christoper, Jacob G, Henry C, Christy M, Mary E, & Ralf E Hanken.
  4169. 1910 Census, Kirkwood Ward 4, St Louis, Missouri, pg 135B. Jacob G, Kate L, Charles C, Eugen W, Thomas M, Anna Nar, & Jacob Jr Hawkins.
  4170. 1900 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 182A. Henry C, Jennie M, & ???? E Hawken.
  4171. 1900 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 191B. Christopher, Emily, & Ada Hawken.
  4172. 1910 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 233B. Christ M, Mary E, Ada Lee, Margarte E, & Joseph C Hawken.
  4173. 1920 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 218A. Christopher M, Mary Z, Ada Lee, Margaret E, Joseph S, Cynthia Ann, & Gertrude E Hawken.
  4174. 1930 Census, Carondelet, St Louis, Missouri, pg 146B. Chris M, Emily M, Joseph S, Cynthia M, & Gertrude E Hawken.
  4175. 1900 Census, Warren, Jo Daviess, Illinois, pg 203B. Robert & Theresha Hawley.
  4176. 1910 Census, Warren, Jo Daviess, Illinois, pg 220B. Robert & Theresa E Hawley
    James P, May I, & Robert H Canon.
  4177. 1900 Census, Birdville, Tarrant, Texas, pg 154B. John D, Mattie, & Ollie M Hay.
  4178. SSDI, 443-14-4239.
  4179. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 178A. Harrold, Bessie, & Elizabeth Hayes.
  4180. SSDI, 414-28-7326.
  4181. SSDI, 412-74-9429.
  4182. Obituary, Knoxville News-Sentinel, The (TN) - Thursday, May 9, 1991 . GARDEN LOVER ELIZABETH HAYES , 92, DIES

    Elizabeth Tate Hayes, 92, of Knoxville died Wednesday at her home.

    A native of Belfast, Tenn., she was the widow of former Knoxville Realtor Harold Hayes, who died in 1974. She was the mother-in-law of Knoxville architect Bruce McCarty.

    Mrs. Hayes was a member of Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church and the Knoxville Garden Club.

    A lover of flowers and trees, she was one of the first persons to light her home along the night trail for the Dogwood Arts Festival.

    She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth Hayes and Bruce McCarty; brother, Edwin Orr Tate; sisters, Julia Tate McDaniel and Catherine Tate Glenn; and a cousin, Sarah Margaret Orr, all of Belfast, Tenn.; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

    There will be a memorial service 11 a.m. Saturday, Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church. Memorials may be made to Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church. Friends may call at the church following the memorial service Saturday. Mann's Heritage Chapel in charge.

  4183. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 17, Knox, Tennessee, pg 35B. Lynn, Elizabeth, Harold, Lorene, & Lynn Hayes.
  4184. 1910 Census, 2-Dist, Knox, Tennessee, pg 75A. Lynn A, Elizabeth B, George H, & Lorene E Hayes.
  4185. 1900 Census, Knoxville Ward 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 115B. Lynn, Elizabeth, & George H Hayes.
  4186. SSDI, 489-16-2122.
  4187. SSDI, 497-16-3972.
  4188. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - April 12, 2009. Jessie Velma (Serl) Haynes, 89, Jefferson City, passed away Friday, April 10, 2009, at Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City.

    She was born September 5, 1919, in Miller County, Mo. to the late Charles Ernest and Mettie Lee (Hader) Serl.

    On September 7, 1940, she was married in Warsaw, Mo. to Norman Jefferson Haynes who preceded her in death June 27, 1978.

    She was a member of Concord Baptist Church of Jefferson City, Mo. She taught Sunday School for 52 years at several churches, including Concord. She worked at TG&Y in Jefferson City for 10 years. She and her husband operated a grocery store in Enon for many years. They lived in the Olean community before moving to Jefferson City in 1959. She was a wonderful homemaker. She wanted to be remembered for living a Christian life, for being truthful when something else would have been easier, for being dependable in every way, for being an above average (but not perfect) wife and loving Mother and Grandmother, and that she was!

    Surviving her are: one daughter and son-in-law Norma DeAnn (Haynes) and Ray Alley of Jefferson City, Mo.; three grandchildren, Alycia RaeAnn Alley of Kansas City, Mo., Anitra Dawn Alley of Columbia, Mo., and Benjamin Aaron and wife Anna Alley of Overland Park, Kan.; one sister, Ruby Marie Jobe of Jefferson City, Mo.; one sister-in-law, June Serl of Stewartsville, Mo.

    She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; one sister, Helen Atkinson; and two brothers, John David Serl & Charles Lee Serl.

    Visitation will be held Monday April 13, 2009, at Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon, Mo. from 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

    Funeral service will be held Monday April 13, 2009, at Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon, Mo. at 3 p.m. with Rev. Benjamin Alley and Dr. Monte Shinkle presiding.

    Interment will be at Allen Cemetery in Olean, Mo.

    Memorials are suggested to the American Heart Association or Concord Baptist Church of Jefferson City, Mo.

    Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.phillipsfuneralhomeeldon.com.

  4189. 1920 Census, Dewar, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, pg 7A. Dr MK, Addie, & John McElhannon
    Fannie (dau) & Clifford Hearn
    Elnora (dau), Thomas, & Addie Frances Huff.
  4190. 1930 Census, Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, pg 99A. Clifford E & Fannie M Hearn.
  4191. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Okmulgee, Oklahoma.
  4192. 1860 Census, Johnson, Union, Arkansas, pg 229A. JT, Jane, Farmer, Terrena, Caroline, & Lucy Hearne.
  4193. 1870 Census, Johnson, Union, Arkansas, pg 554B. John F, Jane, Teresa, John L, & Nancy J Hearne.
  4194. 1840 Census, , Shelby, Alabama. Males (1000110000000)
    Females (2100010000000).
  4195. SSDI, 464-24-7398.
  4196. SSDI, 534-03-4598.
  4197. SSDI, 537-05-9582.
  4198. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Rhea, Tennessee, pg 253A. Bailes WH & Sarah Lewis
    Allice (dau), Carl A, & Carmon Hedgecoth.
  4199. 1910 Census, 3-Wd Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pg 132B. Nathan O, Alice E, Karl, & Carmen L Hedgecoth.
  4200. 1920 Census, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pg 110B. Alice & Carl Hedgecoth.
  4201. 1880 Census, White Oak, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 474A. Adam, Abba, Andrew, Belle, Mary, Meny B, & David R Hedger.
  4202. 1860 Census, Arcadia, Iron, Missouri, pg 662. Adam Hedger
    Andrew James
    Marian Lance.
  4203. 1900 Census, North Fork, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 293A. Lafayette, Mary E, Routta, Domuel, Adam, Ada, Lafeyette, Pleasent W, & Emma Hedger.
  4204. 1870 Census, Township 7 Range 8, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 335B. Amos, Harriet M, David W, & Rebecka Hedger.
  4205. 1880 Census, Bear Creek, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 465B. Mahala Statin
    William, Rebekah, Annie, & John A Hedgger.
  4206. 1880 Census, White Oak, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 474B. David, Elizabeth, Jula A, Sarah E, Milla, Charley, Cordela, & James W Hedger.
  4207. 1870 Census, Township 8 Range 8, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 342A. David, Comfort, Benjamin, & Mary Hedger.
  4208. 1880 Census, White Oak, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 474C. David, Comfort, & Benjamen Hedger.
  4209. 1850 Census, Bear Creek, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 368A. David, Comfort, Adam, Geniza, Thomas, William, Sophia, Pleasant W, David, Jacob, Amos, & John Hedger.
  4210. 1860 Census, Township 8 Range 8 E, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 1045. David, Comfort, Pleasant W, David, Jacob, Amos, John, Benjamin, Mary, & Manerva Hedger.
  4211. 1880 Census, White Oak, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 474B. Thomas, Emely, Alan??a, Comfort, Pleasant W, Ida Emna, Mary B, Sinda, Ruben D, & July Hedger
    Vinton (sinlaw) & Harett (dau) McVan.
  4212. 1900 Census, East Eldorado, Saline, Illinois, pg 58B. Thomas & Emley Hedger
    Stellia Fawler (gdau).
  4213. 1860 Census, Vernon, Scioto, Ohio, pg 336A. Thomas, Emily, Thomas J, Margaret A, & Ellenora Hedger.
  4214. Illinois Death Index, Sophy Poynen.
  4215. 1900 Census, North Fork, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 293A. Plesant, Sophia, Edward, Minnie E, Marshall, Laura, Filip A, & Maggie Hedges.
  4216. 1880 Census, New Market, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 520C. PW, SC, Ella J, W Edward, & FS Hedger.
  4217. 1880 Census, White Oak, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 474C. Jacob, Hulda, Isavilla, Mary, Jacob, David, Lilly, & Alford Hedger.
  4218. 1870 Census, Township 8 Range 8, Gallatin, Illinois, pg 349A. Jacob, Mahulda, Isavilla, Mary J, & Jacob Hedger.
  4219. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26B. Benjamin F & Rebecca S Heil
    Arthur L & Silas T Dusenberry.
  4220. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 146B. Rebecca & Theodore Hirl
    Arther Dresenberry
    Sigh Vaughn (stepdad).
  4221. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 28A. Ben F & Rebeca Heil
    Walter E, Nancy, Vina, Arthur, & Everett Doosenbery (stepkids).
  4222. SSDI, 509-12-4003.
  4223. Obituary, News and Tribune - October 24, 1976. Mr. Heil, 75, Eldon, dies at hospital

    Theodore (Sycamore) Heil, 75, Eldon, died Saturday at Memorial Hospital. He was a former resident of Jefferson City.

    He was born Dec. 27, 1900, in Miller County, the son of Benjamin and Rebecca Buchannon Heil. He was married Sept. 2, 1964, at Tuscumbia, to Ella Delean Upton Wright, who died in 1971.

    Mr. Heil retired as a engineer for the Missouri Pacific Railroad in 1964. He was a member of the Jefferson City chapter of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles.

    He is survived by several nieces and nephews.

    Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Eldon. The Rev. Eldon Myers will officiate. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery, Eldon.

  4224. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - November 24, 1971. Mrs. Heil, Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Ella D. Heil, 63, of Eldon, died Tuesday at Still Hospital.

    Mrs. Heil was born Feb. 23, 1908, in Cole County, the daughter of William and Mary Chandler Upton. She was first married on June 22, 1927, to Marvel J. Wright, who died Nov. 17, 1960. She then was married Sept. 2, 1964, to Theodore Heil, who survives.

    Mrs. Heil was a member of Eldon Baptist Church.

    Other survivors include: Three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Engelbrecht, Mrs. Freda Scrivner and Mrs. Ada Mae Barks, all of Eldon; three brothers, William Upton and Thurman Upton, both of Eldon, and Arthur Upton, Raytown.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Phillips Funeral Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. M.A. Younger officiating. Burial will be in Eldon cemetery.

  4225. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
  4226. 1900 Census, Lebanon Ward 5, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg 256B. Alfred A, Ella, Harry, John, & Jacob (bro) Heisey.
  4227. 1880 Census, Atchison City, Atchison, Kansas, pg 241D. Amos W, Rosanna, Henry, Monroe, Amanda, & Emma Heisey
    Wm H Collins
    Jno C Martin.
  4228. 1910 Census, Atchison Ward 5, Atchison, Kansas, pg 160A. Amos W & Rosanna Heisey.
  4229. 1905 Census, Atchison, Atchison, Kansas, pg 201. AW & Rosana Heisey.
  4230. 1895 Census, Shannon, Atchison, Kansas, pg 17. AW, Rosanna, Harry, Emma, & Bertha Heisey
    Vincent Ashton.
  4231. 1900 Census, Atchison Ward 5, Atchison, Kansas, pg 153B. Amos W, Rosana, & Harry Heisey.
  4232. 1885 Census, Wolf River, Doniphan, Kansas, pg 49. Amos W, Rosanah, Heny, Monroe, Mandy, Emma, & Birtty Heisey.
  4233. 1920 Census, Atchison Ward 5, Atchison, Kansas, pg 127A. William, Bertha, Elsie, Earl, & Perry Dent
    A W Heisey (fathinlaw).
  4234. 1900 Census, Atchison Ward 5, Atchison, Kansas, pg 153B. Wm & Bertha Dent.
  4235. SSDI, 174-20-5384.
  4236. 1930 Census, Lebanon, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg 133A. Ernest E, Ruth V, Clara M, Dorothy J, Ernest E Jr, Ruth B, James E, Alfred A, & Jean I Heisey.
  4237. 1920 Census, Lebanon Ward 9, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg 319A. Ernest, Ruth, Clara, Dorothy, Ernest, Ruth, & James Heisey.
  4238. SSDI, 161-30-6954.
  4239. SSDI, 188-10-8541.
  4240. 1910 Census, North Lebanon, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg 87B. Earnest E, Catharine J, Catharine S (mom), & Jacob D (bro) Heisey.
  4241. 1900 Census, Lebanon Ward 5, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg 256B. Earnest E, Katharine J, & Katharine S (mom) Heisey.
  4242. 1920 Census, York Ward 11, York, Pennsylvania, pg 272B. Frederick, Anna C, & James F Heisey.
  4243. 1930 Census, West Manchester, York, Pennsylvania, sheet 9A. Frederick, Annie K, James F, Kathryn A, Betty R, Robert R, William H, & Lewis H Heisey.
  4244. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , York, Pennsylvania.
  4245. SSDI, 161-12-5075.
  4246. SSDI, 199-14-0399.
  4247. SSDI, 179-20-7566.
  4248. 1900 Census, Lebanon City, Lebanon, Pennsylvania. George B, Polly, Clara A, George B, Earnest E, Alfred A, & Emma F Heisey.
  4249. 1900 Census, Waterville, Marshall, Kansas, pg 242B. Israes ? & Cristena J Heisey
    Hannah M Peterson (niece).
  4250. 1915 Census, Chapman, Dickinson, Kansas, pg 10. IB & Christena Heisey
    Rose Valtens.
  4251. 1920 Census, Chapman, Dickinson, Kansas, pg 263B. Israel & Christina Heisey
    Rosa Waltens
    E???? Reese.
  4252. 1910 Census, York Ward 9, York, Pennsylvania, pg 39A. Jacob, Susana, James W, & Fredrick Heisey.
  4253. 1900 Census, York Ward 9, York, Pennsylvania, pg 64B. Jacob, Susana, Albert, James, Frederick, & Lillie Heisey.
  4254. 1920 Census, York Ward 8, York, Pennsylvania, pg 229B. James W, Mary R, Walter E, & Viola M Heisey.
  4255. 1930 Census, York, York, Pennsylvania, pg 235B. James W, Walter, & James WJ Heisey.
  4256. World War I Draft Registration Cards, York, York, Pennsylvania.
  4257. 1850 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 36B. Jacob, Elizabeth, Samuel, Joseph, Anna, John, & Elizabeth Heisey
    Peter Lama.
  4258. 1860 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 544B. Joseph, Fanny, Amos, & Mary Elizabeth Heisey
    Jacob, Elizabeth, John, & Nancy Heisey
    David Seibert
    William ?????.
  4259. 1870 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 423B. Jacob, Elizabeth, Joseph, Anna, Amos, Mary E, & Samuel Heisey.
  4260. 1880 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 353A. Joseph C, Fanny, Samuel, & Jacob (dad) Heisey
    Annie Brandt (servant).
  4261. 1880 Census, Atchison City, Atchison, Kansas, pg 240A. Saml L, Magdelena, John B, Isereal B, Solomon B, Henry B, Martha, & Elizebeth Heisey.
  4262. 1870 Census, Conewago, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, pg 6B. Samuel L, Magdalene, Jacob, John, Israel, Solomon, Henry, & Martha Heisey.
  4263. 1860 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 776A. Samuel L, Martha, Jacob, John, & Israel Heisey
    Ellen Mary Buzer.
  4264. 1885 Census, Rock, Marshall, Kansas, pg 1. Samuel, Magdelena, Solimon, Henery, & Lusey Heisey.
  4265. 1900 Census, Rock, Marshall, Kansas, pg 42B. Magdaline, Solomon B, Henry B, & Lizzie B Heisey.
  4266. 1905 Census, Rock, Marshall, Kansas, pg 5. Magdalena, SB, HB, & Elizabeth Heisey.
  4267. 1900 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 245B. Jos G & Fanny Heisey
    Samuel, Mary, Agnis, & Fanny Heisey.
  4268. 1860 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 544A. Joseph, Fanny, Amos, & Mary Elizabeth Heisey.
  4269. 1910 Census, Conway, Sumner, Kansas, pg 73A. John L, Martha, John S, & Bula (gdau) Heisey
    Waller E Miller (gson).
  4270. 1885 Census, Wyandotte Ward 4, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 98. John L, Martha, Jacob, Millard, John S, & Kittie Heisey.
  4271. 1905 Census, Springdale, Sumner, Kansas, pg 2. JL & Martha Heisey.
  4272. 1895 Census, Kansas City Ward 5, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 21. JL, Martha, & MF Heisey
    EW & Wm Doons
    Fred Heath
    JS, Beatrice, Viola, & Mildred Heisey
    JL, Mary E, Mana, Harry A, W M, & Margeri V Nelson.
  4273. 1880 Census, Atchison City, Atchison, Kansas, pg 241C. Jno L, Martha, Ellen, John, Catherine, Jacob, & Millard Heisey
    Oliver Miller (soninlaw).
  4274. 1900 Census, Springdale, Sumner, Kansas, pg 218A. John L & Martha Heisey
    Wm H & Katie G (dau) Reynolds
    Mildard & Beulah Heisey (gdaus).
  4275. 1850 Census, N Lebanon Twp, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg161. Jacob, Elizabeth, John H, David, & Louisa Heisey.
  4276. 1870 Census, N Lebanon Twp, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg 243. Jacob, Elizabeth, & Katie Heisey.
  4277. 1880 Census, North Lebanon, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pg 238D. John H, Catharine, Jacob D, Emma, George B, Kate, Robert, Carrie, Eugene, Abel, & Bessie Heisey.
  4278. 1920 Census, Pittsburgh Ward 19, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, pg 127B. Clyde, Bessie, Earl, & John Matters
    Anna (niece) Heisey
    Helen Matters
    Jacob Heisey (fathinlaw).
  4279. 1930 Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, pg 188A. Clyde R, Bessie M, John, & Helen Matters
    Anna M (adopted dau) & Jacob (fathinlaw) Heisey.
  4280. 1900 Census, Kansas City Ward 4, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 125A. Jacob S, Alice, & Hulda L Houhey.
  4281. 1910 Census, Bellingham Ward 2, Whatcom, Washington, pg 81A. Jacob S & Alice Heisey.
  4282. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 122A. Asa R & Lillian McCombs
    Jacob S & Alice Heisey (inlaws).
  4283. 1895 Census, Kansas City Ward 5, Wydandotte, Kansas, pg 21. JS, Alice & Hulda Heisey.
  4284. 1920 Census, Tacoma Ward 4, Pierce, Washington, pg 112B. JS & Alice Heisey
    AR & Lillian (dau) McCombs.
  4285. Obituary, Daily News-Record - (Aug/10/2006). Mary C. Heisey, 78, of Lancaster, passed away on Saturday, April 8, 2006. Born in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late William and Magadelen Reichert Bleecher. She was the wife of the late James E. Heisey.

    A homemaker, she was also a dance instructor at Arthur Murray, and very active in American Legion Post #34. She held the position of banquet manager, President of the American Legion Chester County District, and during the late 1980?s into the 1990?s she served as Post #34 Auxiliary President. A 1946 Lancaster Catholic High School graduate, she later served on the school?s board from 1995-2001.

    Mary was a member of St. John Neumann Catholic Church, the Hubley Club, and AMVETS. She loved the Philadelphia Phillies, Eagles, and Penn State Football.

    She is survived by sons, Bruce P. Heisey of Lancaster; Thomas E. married to Lynn Heisey of Mountville; a daughter, Theresa M. married to Randy Wilson of Willow Street; 6 grandchildren; 1 great grandson; brothers, William Bleecher of East Petersburg; Robert married to Jean Bleecher of Mountville; James Bleecher of Lancaster; sisters, Bernice married to Martin White of Lancaster; and Adele married to David Houseal of Maytown. She was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Stephanie Heisey; and a sister, Rosemarie Bleecher.

    A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 601 E. Delp Rd., Lancaster, PA on Wednesday, at 11AM. Interment in St. Anthony?s Catholic Catholic Cemetery. Friends may attend the viewing at the Charles F. Snyder Jr. Funeral Home and Chapel, Inc., 3110 Lititz Pike, Lititz, PA on Tuesday from 7-9PM. Friends will also be received at the church on Wednesday morning from 10-10:50AM.

  4286. SSDI, 171-20-8626.
  4287. SSDI, 176-01-3509.
  4288. 1910 Census, Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas, pg 238A. John B, Luella, & Merill Heisey
    John Cromel (boarder).
  4289. 1900 Census, Noble, Marshall, Kansas, pg 184B. John, Luella, & Merrel Heisey
    Myrtle & George Schnel (niece & neph).
  4290. SSDI, 176-01-9590.
  4291. SSDI, 188-07-7103.
  4292. 1910 Census, Conway, Sumner, Kansas, pg 73A. John L, Martha, John S, & Bula (gdau) Heisey
    Waller S Miller (gson).
  4293. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 7, Jackson, Missouri, pg 216A. J Sam & May Heisey
    Harvey & Marie Murphy (stepkids).
  4294. 1915 Census, Springdale, Sumner, Kansas, pg 4. JS & May Heisey
    Harvy & Marie Murphy.
  4295. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, pg 86B. John S & A May Heissey
    Harvey A Murphy (stepson).
  4296. 1900 Census, Kansas City Ward 4, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 126B. John L, Mary E, Walter E, Margie V, Maud M, & Harry E Snelson
    Millard F Heisey (bro).
  4297. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, pg 217A. Millard F, Irene E, Paul M, & Elizabeth Z Heisey
    Frances V & Lillian Parrott (sisnlaws).
  4298. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 13, Jackson, Missouri, pg 113A. Millard F, Irene, Paul, & Elizabeth Heisey
    Raymond Parott (broinlaw).
  4299. 1930 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 238A. Samuel W, Mary E, Fannie M, & Mary E (lodger) Heisey.
  4300. 1910 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 251A. Samuel W, Mary E, Agnes B, Fannie B, & Paul B Heisey.
  4301. 1920 Census, West Donegal, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pg 165A. Samuel W, Mary, Agnes, Fanny & Paul Heisey.
  4302. SSDI, 487-07-5698.
  4303. 1920 Census, Noble, Marshall, Kansas, pg 113B. Solomn B, Marie N, Wesley H, Stanly H, Marno H, Wilma C, & Henry (bro) Heisey.
  4304. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 264A. John, Louisa, Pauline, Letha, Irene, Garland, Raymond, & Eleanor Helstab
    Myrtle (dau) & Everett D (gson) McGowan.
  4305. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 13A. John, Lou, & infant Heldstab.
  4306. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 150B. John A, Lula, Myrtle E, Pauline, Letha L, & Irene L Heldstab.
  4307. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 26A. John, Lulu, Garland, Raymond, Eleanor, & Margie Heldstab.
  4308. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239B. Adolph, Martha, John, & Martha Heldstab.
  4309. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 9B. Martha J, Ophelia, Annie, Lucy, Belle, & Ellen Heldstab
    Lawson Cliburn (servent)
    Joseph M Uber (stepson).
  4310. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 139A. Martha J & Margaret L Heldstab.
  4311. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239B. John H, Catharine, Peter, Risehart, Mary, Emma, Ginnettie, Charles, & Lucy Heldstab.
  4312. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 187A. Charles F & Catherine (mom) Heldstab.
  4313. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, sheet 12B. Charles F & Cathern (mom) Heldelab.
  4314. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 10A. Peter, Henrietta H, Wm, Alvin, & Emma Heldstab
    Edmund C Davenport (stepson).
  4315. 1910 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 14A. Peter, Henrietta H, William H, Alvin C, Emma E, Walter H, Charles G, George R, & Nellie Heldstab
    Mary M Davenport (stepdau).
  4316. 1920 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 134B. Peter, Henretta, Emma E, Walter A, Charles D, George R, & Nettie E Heldstab
    Alvin K Vaughn (finlaw).
  4317. 1930 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 86A. Peter, Hemrietta, George, Amnie, & Nettie Heldstab.
  4318. Obituary, News and Tribune - September 23, 1934. Peter Helstab, 85, near Tuscumbia, died Thursday, September 13. He is survived by five sisters, and one brother, his children and two step children and 18 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Saturday at the Harmony Baptist Church and burial at the Woods cemetery.
  4319. 1910 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 14A. Rhinehart, Frances, & John W Heldstab.
  4320. Obituary, News and Tribune - July 7, 1935. Noted Miller Co. Farmer Died Monday

    R. Helstab Born in Cole Co., Spent His Entire Life Near Tuscumbia; Osage in Banks Again

    TUSCUMBIA, July 6 -- Rhinehart Helstab, 79, farmer of near Tuscumbia, died at his home Monday, July 1 following illness of several years caused by cancer. He was born in Jefferson City in 1859 but lived greater part of his life in this county. His wife, having died in July of last year, he leaves to mourn his passing one son, Wesley, and two grandchildren Lucille and Ila Mae, five sisters -- Mrs. Martha Rauschalbaugh of Mokane, Mrs. Mary Rhinehart of Fulton, Mrs. Emma Gartin of Etterville, Mrs. Nettie Carrender of Eldon, and Mrs. Lucy Russell of Olean. Three brothers Peter, Adolph and Charley preceded him in death. Funeral services were held at the Tuscumbia cemetery by the Rev. Dinwiddie under direction of the Eldon Funeral Home.

  4321. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, August 31, 1994. Minnie Marie Heldstab, 89, Tuscumbia, died today at Still Regional Medical Center
    (Jefferson City). She was born Nov. 28, 1904, in Miller County, a daughter of George and Ethel
    Odom Wood. She was married Sept 9, 1923, in Tuscumbia to John Heldstab, who died Jan. 31, 1979.

    A lifelong resident of Miller County, she was a member of Tuscumbia Baptist Church, and
    Tuscumbia Super Seniors.

    Survivors include: one son, Henry Heldstab, Lake Ozark; two daughters, Lucille Cotton,
    Tuscumbia, and Ila Mae Arnold, Eldon; nine grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren, 17 greatgreat-grandchildren and three great-great-great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Tuscumbia Baptist Church. The Rev. Don Bilbary will
    officiate. Burial will be in Tuscumbia City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Thursday at
    Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  4322. SSDI, 496-05-2861.
  4323. Obituary, Daily Capital News - June 4, 1975. Mrs. Connell, of Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Emma E. Connell, 76, of Eldon, died Tuesday, at a Jefferson City hospital.

    A native of Tuscumbia, Mrs. Connell was born Jan. 30, 1899, the daughter of Peter and Henrietta Vaughan Heldstab.

    On May 16, 1920, in Miller County, she was married to Huston Connell, who survives.

    Mrs. Connell was a member of the Eldon United Methodist Church. She was also a member of the Auxiliary of the Veterans of World War I.

    Other survivors include: One daughter, Mrs. Virginia Penrod, Kansas City, Kan., two sons, Richard Connell, Kansas City, and G.H. Connell Jr., San Jose, Calif.

    Three brothers, George Heldstab and Charles Heldstab, both of Eldon, and Edmond Davenport, Eldon; two sisters, Miss Mary Davenport, Eldon, and Mrs. Nettie Hull, Kansas City, Kan.; 11 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

    The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m., Thursday, at the Phillips Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. Tom Adam officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Eldon.

  4324. 1880 Census, District 5, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 516C. Alexander, Roda, & Della R Helm.
  4325. 1910 Census, 4-Dist, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 84A. Rhoda J Helm
    Zilpha Q, Ethel, & Salma James
    Jack Moore (companion).
  4326. 1920 Census, Civil District 3, Rhea, Tennessee, pg 238A. Rhoda J Harvey
    Zilpha & Salme James.
  4327. 1870 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 277A. Geo W, Nancy J, Wm T, Catherine, Clary, Sarah, Geo A, & Jas N Helen.
  4328. 1860 Census, District 1, Hart, Kentucky, pg 733. GW, Nancy J, William T, Catharine, Sarah E, & Clarinda Helm
    William Price.
  4329. 1880 Census, Richwoods, Miller, Missouri, pg 219B. George W, Nancy J, George A, & James N Helm.
  4330. 1900 Census, Miller, Maries, Missouri, pg 77B. William T, Mary J, Mabel M, Emely J, Elisabeth, George W, Charles H, & Stephen F Helms.
  4331. 1910 Census, Clay, Gasconade, Missouri, pg 85A. William T, Mary J, Mary M, Frederic, & Jessie Helm.
  4332. 1880 Census, Pawnee, Sangamon, Illinois, pg 410A. William, Mary J, Ida, Jessie, & Mabel Helm.
  4333. 1920 Census, Canaan, Gasconade, Missouri, pg 200B. William T Helms (boarder).
  4334. 1900 Census, Beat 5, Noxubee, Mississippi, pg 288B. Watt, Mrs Sallie, & Sam Day Helm
    Samie Day (sisnlaw).
  4335. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Noxubee, Mississippi.
  4336. Louisiana Death Index, 1900 - 1949.
  4337. SSDI, 482-44-0581.
  4338. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 30B. James M, Harriett J, Nora E, James L, Mary E, & Sarah A Henderson.
  4339. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33B. James M, Han..., Nora E, James L, Mary E, & Sarah A Henderson
    Adra S Benderson (stepdau).
  4340. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 142A. James M, Harriett J, James L, Allie S, & Wood Hester Henderson.
  4341. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 229A. James E Henderson (lodger).
  4342. 1880 Census, Jim Henry, Miller, Missouri, pg 210C. C, Nancy J, Wm H, James W (bro), C Jane (sisnlaw), ZB (niece) & Mary T (niece) Henderson
    JW Wills (broinlaw).
  4343. 1870 Census, Dixon, Edwards, Illinois, pg 319A. Stephen, Permelia E, Nancy, Mary F, John T, Samuel S, William J, Celia J, & Rosetta Allen.
  4344. 1880 Census, Denver, Arapahoe, Colorado, pg 153A. John T, Margrtt, Luella, George C, Wm B, ????? W, Charles T, Florida, & L Richie Henderson.
  4345. 1900 Census, Denver, Arapahoe, Colorado, pg 15B. Margaret J, Charles Teat, Florida E, L Ritchey, & Margaret Wilmer Henderson.
  4346. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 24, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 11B. Julian & Mary Henderson.
  4347. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 28, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 103A. Julian, Mary S, & Vera B Henderson.
  4348. 1920 Census, St Louis Ward 13, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 141A. Frank & Vera Mason
    Julian Henderson (finlaw).
  4349. SSDI, 525-18-6785.
  4350. 1930 Census, Powhatan, Pocahontas, Iowa, pg 135B. Edna M, Ronald J, Orlin G, & Elwood A Henderson.
  4351. 1920 Census, Powhatan, Pocahontas, Iowa, pg 243B. Edna M, Mildred E, Gerald L, David K, Ronald J, Orlin G, & Elwood A Henderson.
  4352. 1910 Census, Powhatan, Pocahontas, Iowa, pg 234A. William, Ena M, Mildred E, Gerald L, & David K Henderson.
  4353. SSDI, 481-42-6050.
  4354. 1900 Census, Powhatan, Pocahontas, Iowa, pg 271B. William, Margaret, Louis A, & Edna M (gdau) Myers.
  4355. Obituary, Wichita Eagle - August 18, 1989. MILDRED E. PARRADEE, 85, of Wichita, homemaker, died Thursday, Aug. 17, 1989. Service 11 a.m. Monday, Cochran Mortuary.

    Survivors: sons, George of Oceanside, Calif., Bill of Manhattan Beach, Calif.; daughters, Juanita Schwartz of Wichita, Edna Barton of Torrance, Calif.; stepson, Loythel of Oceanside; brothers, Gerald Henderson of Iowa, Elwood Henderson of Plover,Iowa; 12 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Memorial has been established with Northridge Friends Church.
    .

  4356. 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, pg 72A. Enos & Vega Hendrix.
  4357. SSDI, 244-72-4807.
  4358. SSDI, 242-82-8080.
  4359. SSDI, 466-22-7301.
  4360. SSDI, 464-36-2352.
  4361. 1920 Census, Illinois Bend, Montague, Texas, pg 5B. George, Daisy, Raymond, & Marion Henley.
  4362. Obituary, Daily Ardmoreite, The (Ardmore, OK) - Thursday, September 11, 1997. Services for Doris Jean Follis will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Craddock Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Wayne Fite officiating. Assisting will be the Rev. Doug Faulkner of the Southwest Baptist Church. Interment will be in Rosehill Cemetery.

    Mrs. Follis was born April 28, 1927, in St. Jo, Texas, to George Cole and Daisy Carrie Brown Henley. She passed from this life Sept.9, 1997, in the Ardmore hospital.

    She lived in the Ardmore area most of her life and was a member of the Southwest Baptist Church. She worked as a salesclerk at Ross Pharmacy for many, many years.

    She is survived by a son, Gary Follis, McLoud; a son and daughter-in-law, Donald Bruce and Karen Morrow, Madill; one granddaughter, Angelia Butler, Norman; one grandson, Derrick Morrow, Madill.

    She was preceded in death by her parents; four brothers; and one sister.

    Bearers will be Gary Don McKee, Richard McKee, Dale McKee, Griffin Butler, Robert Butler and Don Daniels.

  4363. SSDI, 462-38-8308.
  4364. 1910 Census, Rush Springs, Grady, Oklahoma, pg 309A. Lawrence, Etta, Alton, & Clifton Henley.
  4365. SSDI, 442-52-6407.
  4366. 1920 Census, Illinois Bend, Montague, Texas, pg 5B. William O, Mary, Kize (??), & Saw (??) Henley.
  4367. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 127. William O & Mary Henley.
  4368. 1910 Census, Pct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 38a. William O, Mary E, Benjamin H, William C, George O, Felix K, & Maggie A Henly.
  4369. 1900 Census, Pct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 52a. William O, Mary E, Jane E, Martha A F, Lawrence S, Benjamin H, William C, Maggie E, George C, & Phelix L K Henley.
  4370. 1850 Census, , Humphreys, Tennessee, pg 117B. John, Mary, James, Robert, Eleanor, Rachel, & Martha Poyner
    MW Lutes.
  4371. Obituary, The Nashville Christian Advocate, 10 Nov 1888. RACHEL MOODY, nee Poyner born June 5, 1812; died February 27, 1888.
  4372. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 73A. Ambros M & Minnie B Hensley.
  4373. 1900 Census, Civil District 13, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 183B. Andrew, Louisa, Gaither, Louisa, & Charley Hensley.
  4374. 1910 Census, Civil District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 200B . Gaither, Resacca E, Andrew, Louisa, & Linnie M Hensley.
  4375. 1920 Census, Stoney Fork, Bell, Kentucky, pg 173B. Gather, Elizabeth, Andrew J, Nancy ?, Lennie M, Ada O, & Joseph A (boarder) Hensley.
  4376. 1930 Census, Middlesborough, Bell, Kentucky, pg 107A. Lizzie Smith
    Ada Hensley (dau).
  4377. 1900 Census, Armour, Limestone, Texas, pg 276B. Andrew, Cyntha A, Joseph F, Maud E, Chettie C, & Pearl Henson.
  4378. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Limestone, Texas.
  4379. SSDI, 703-18-4804.
  4380. SSDI, 462-58-9948.
  4381. 1910 Census, Township 3, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 113B. Edd, Mary E, Mary L, Irene, & Infant Henson
    Roy Carr (boarder).
  4382. 1920 Census, Claremore, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 250A. Edd, Ethel, Mary, Irene, John, Arminta, Wilson, & Ethel Fay Henson.
  4383. 1930 Census, Verdigris, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 254A. Ethel, Irene, John, Arminta, Wilson, & Ethel Faye Henson.
  4384. SSDI, 577-16-5573.
  4385. 1900 Census, Saint Ferdinand, St Louis, Missouri, pg 249A. Harrison, Randolph, & William H Tiffin
    Virginia & Edgar T Hern.
  4386. World War I Draft Registration Cards, St Louis City,, Missouri.
  4387. SSDI, 492-01-4562 .
  4388. 1900 Census, Perry, St Francois, Missouri, pg 99B. Julia L, Ava M, Birdie J, Effa S, & Ernest J Herod.
  4389. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 141A. Charles L, Anna, Milo, Elmer, & Myrtle Hicks.
  4390. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 5, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 166B. Charley, Anna, Milo, Elmer, Myrtle, Louis, Rubie, Charles, & Bertram Hicks.
  4391. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 256B. Charles, Anna, Ralph, Elmer, Myrtle, Louis, Ruby, Charles, Bert, Bealah, Naomi, Martha, Nellie (dinlaw), & Betty Lou (granddau) Hicks.
  4392. SSDI, 712-03-6117.
  4393. Obituary, Kansas City Star, The (MO) - Saturday, May 8, 2004. RALPH M. HICKS

    Ralph M. Hicks, 99, Kansas City, MO, died Thursday, May 6, 2004, at Baptist Lutheran Medical Center. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Monday, May 10 at the Porter Funeral Home, 1835 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, KS. Friends may call 1-2 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Masonic Home, 12101 E. Bannister Rd., Kansas City, MO, 64138. Ralph Milo Hicks was born March 26, 1905, in Tuscumbia, MO. He was the oldest of 14 children, the son of Charles Hicks and Anna Martha Helstab Hicks. He moved with his family to Kansas City, KS, where he met Marie Louise Haumann. On August 30, 1933, they were united in Holy Matrimony by the Rev. H.A. Nothnagel for 49 years of a happy marriage. He was employed by both the Union Pacific Railroad and the Kansas City Terminal for over 50 years, and was a member of the Sheffield Masonic Lodge, the Scottish Rite Bodies, and the Ararat Shrine. Marie preceded him in death on December 23, 1982. He is survived by two daughters, Beverly Jean Lippincott and Dolores Darlene Cole; and four sisters, Ruby Westfall, Beulah Walker, Naomi Smith, and Martha Maupin; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. (Arr. Porter Funeral Home, Kansas City, KS, 913-621-6400)
    .

  4394. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 512-01-8696.
  4395. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 556-52-2060.
  4396. Obituary, Kansas City Star, The (MO) - Wednesday, August 3, 2005. RUBY G. WESTFALL Ruby Grace Westfall, 92, Excelsior Springs, MO, passed away August 1, 2005. She was born October 23, 1912, in Eldon, MO, to Charles and Annie Heldstab Hicks. She married John B. Westfall on August 30, 1933. He preceded her in death November 21, 1999. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Friday, August 5, 2005, at D.W. Newcomer's Sons White Chapel, Gladstone, MO. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Kansas City, KS. Friends may call 6-8 p.m. Thursday, August 4, at the funeral home. Ruby was preceded in death by her parents and 11 siblings. She is survived by two sisters, Beulah Walker and Martha Maupin of Prescott, AZ; her daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara and Roy Taffner, Excelsior Springs, MO, and Sharon and Harold Babbitt, Neosho, MO; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; seven great-great grandchildren; and three "adopted" grandchildren. She was a member of the Church of God (7th Day). Before her retirement, she was employed by Kansas City Custom Garments. Memorial contributions may be made to Home Health Hospice, 1700 Rainbow Boulevard, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024. (Arr: D.W. Newcomer's Sons White Chapel, 816-452-8419).
  4397. Obituary, The Kansas City Star - Friday, October 29, 1999. JOHN BERTRAM "BERT'' HICKS

    John Bertram "Bert'' Hicks, 81, of Bella Vista, AR (formerly of Kansas City, KS), died Wednesday, October 27, 1999, at the Bates Medical Center in Bentonville, AR. Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday, October 30, at the Porter Funeral Home, 1835 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, KS; burial in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Friends may call 6-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, where Masonic services will be at 7:30 p.m. A memorial service will be at a later date in Bella Vista, AR. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Wings over Mid America, 10 Richards Rd., Kansas City, MO 64106.

    John was born April 8, 1918, in Eldon, MO, to Charles Lewis and Anna Martha Heldstab Hicks. While attending KCK Public Schools he excelled as an athlete, later playing semi-professional baseball, but by passed a professional career to attend to nurturing a family. He and Lorena Mae Ettinger were married on January 15, 1939. After retirement from Kansas City Terminal Railway, he and his wife moved to Bella Vista from KCKS. He was a 50-year member of Wyandotte Masonic Lodge and a past Worthy Patron of the Mendias Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. He was also a charter member of Bella Vista VFW Post 9063 and its honor guard, a member of Bella Vista Country Club, its Men's Golf Association, and the Bella Vista Community Church. He was honored and proud of his service during WWII in the Pacific. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Lorena M. Hicks, of the home; three daughters, Edith G. Hills and husband, David R. Hills, Lake Quivira, KS, Cynthia J. Hudson and husband, Thomas E. Hudson, Olathe, KS, Cathy J. Jambrosic, Overland Park, KS; a brother, Ralph M. Hicks, Kansas City, MO; four sisters, Ruby G. Westfall, Excelsior Springs, MO, Beulah H. Severson, Tracy, CA, Naomi R. Smith and Mary Martha Maupin, both of Victorville, CA; six grandchildren; five great grandchildren; and a daughter in love, Michele Stauffer.
    .

  4398. Obituary, Jefferson City News & Tribune, Sunday, March 14, 1982. Clarence Elmon Hicks, 81, Eldon, died Friday at Osage Manor, Eldon. Mr. Hicks was
    born March 1, 1901, at Bagnell, a son of W.H.B. and Zylphia Connor Hicks. On April 4, 1922, he was married at Leavenworth, Kan., to Myrtle Platter, who died June 3, 1981.

    Mr. Hicks was a member of the Blue Springs Baptist Church. He was a farmer, and he
    retired from Union Electric in 1967. Survivors include: two sons, Clarence Hicks, Jr., Eldon, and Donald E. Hicks, Kansas City; and three grandchildren.

    Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. today at Griswold Kays Chapel with the Rev. Tommie
    Bunch and the Rev. Ed Teal officiating. Burial will be in the Riley-Lamm Cemetery.

  4399. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 160A. Earl A, Martha I, Gerald A, Harold A, & Edna K Hicks.
  4400. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239A. Earl A & Icle Hicks.
  4401. 1870 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 305B. Marion, Manever, & Lucy J Hicks.
  4402. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 241B. FM, Minerva, Lucy, Ellen, James, Dellie, & Charles Hicks.
  4403. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33B. Marion, Manerva, George, & Dona Hix.
  4404. 1910 Census, Adair, Camden, Missouri, pg 178A. Marion F, Minerva, & Edwin D Hix.
  4405. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 160A. Geo W, Manervia L, Zela M, Perry L, Earl A, & Vacil O Hicks.
  4406. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 261B. George & Minerva L Hicks.
  4407. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239B. Alexander & Elizabeth Tracy
    James, Joseph, & Stephen S Hicks (stepsons)
    Minerva Stansburg (niece).
  4408. SSDI, 707-16-9593.
  4409. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 261B. Basil O, B Mae, Helen L, Audrey T, Hillary J, & Peggy L Hicks.
  4410. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Saturday, December 31, 1994. Dollie M. Dorl, 88, Eldon, died Friday at Capital Region Medical Center-Still Campus.
    She was born July 16, 1906, in Miller County, a daughter of George W. and Minerva L.
    Carrender Hicks. She was married Oct. 27, 1928, in Etterville, to E. G. .Jack. Dorl, who died
    June 14, 1989.

    A lifelong resident of the Eldon Area, she was a member of Mt. Pleasant Christian
    Church. She is survived by nieces and nephews.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Eldon
    Myers will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Eldon. Visitation will be from 4-8
    p.m. today.

  4411. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 160A. James L, Manervia J, Charles L, Elson, C??arence M, Oliver E, & Gertrude E Hicks
    Rosa M Harris (servant).
  4412. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 152A. Minerva, Elson, Clarence M, Olliver E, Gertrude E, & Mary E Hicks
    Caroline M Adcock (mom).
  4413. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 6, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 170A. Manerva, Elson, Clarence, Oliver, Gertrude, Mary E & Robert (gson) Hicks
    Mark McGowan
    Jerry Parks.
  4414. SSDI, 514-52-6396.
  4415. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 6, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 170A. Manerva, Elson, Clarence, Oliver, Gertrude, Mary E, & Robert (gson) Hicks.
  4416. 1930 Census, District 51, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 161A. Jerry & Manerva J Parks
    Elson (stepson), Ollie E (son), & Robert (gson) Hicks.
  4417. 1880 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 240C. Jesse, Tabitha, Nancy, Elizabeth, Joseph, & Eve J Hicks
    Lora Russell.
  4418. 1870 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 305B. Jesse, Tabitha, Nancy L, Rachel E, & Joseph Y Hicks.
  4419. 1860 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 475. Jesse, Tabitha A, & Nancy L Hicks.
  4420. 1870 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 511B. John W & Rebecca Hix
    Nancy, Elizabeth, William, & Rachael M Tracy.
  4421. 1860 Census, Jim Henry, Miller, Missouri, pg 50. John W & Susannah Hicks
    James L Waddle.
  4422. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239A. Mary Uber
    Henry R Hicks (gson).
  4423. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239A. Otto F Hicks.
  4424. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 187B. Otto Hicks.
  4425. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 262A. Otto, Lola, Henry R, Alice N, & Erma L Hicks.
  4426. Obituary, Daily Capital News - April 11, 1967. Otto F. Hicks of Eldon dies

    Otto F. Hicks, 75, died Sunday at his home in Eldon.

    Mr. Hicks was born April 5, 1892 in Miller County, son of Joseph and Mary V. Thompson Hicks. He was married to Alma Uber, who died in 1919.

    On Feb. 28, 1920 he was married to Lola Upton. She survives.

    He also is survived by one sone, Raymond Hicks of Eldon; two daughters, Mrs. Dean Stone of Eldon and Mrs. William Wood of Kansas City, Kan.; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, and two half-brothers and three half-sisters.

    The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. today at the Phillips Funeral Home by the Rev. Kenneth Carpenter.

    Burial will be in Dooley Cemetery near Eldon.

  4427. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 159A. Joseph M, Nancy M, Effie C, Antone, Gracie T, & Otis Hicks.
  4428. SSDI, 564-34-5987.
  4429. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 159A. Joseph N, Margaret E, & Emma Hicks.
  4430. 1870 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 304. Jesse Hill
    Joseph N & Margaret E Hicks.
  4431. 1920 Census, District 7, Dyer, Tennessee, pg 183A. Murvin, Mallie & Charlis B Hicks.
  4432. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Dyer, Tennessee.
  4433. 1850 Census, District 11, Marion, Illinois, pg 47A. Nathaniel, Lucinda, Jessee, George, James, Nathaniel, & Mary Hicks.
  4434. 1860 Census, Jim Henry, Miller, Missouri, pg 51. Nathaniel, Elizabeth, & James L Hicks.
  4435. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 7A. Stephen S, Betty, Rena B, Hiram G, Benjamin E, Bessie L, & Sarah E Hicks.
  4436. 1910 Census, Kansas Ward 6, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 222A. SS, Betty, Grant, Benny, Bessie, Sarah, Sylvia, Goldie, & Grace Hicks.
  4437. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 6, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 162B. Stephen, Bettie, Goldie, & Grace Hicks.
  4438. Obituary, Daily Capital News - March 7, 1975. Raymond Hicks, of Eldon, dies

    Raymond Hicks, 58, of Eldon, died Thursday morning at his home.

    Mr. Hicks was born Oct. 16, 1916, at Eldon, the son of Otto and Alma Uber Hicks. On Nov. 6, 1937, he was married to the former Miss Helen Dorl, at Eldon. She survives.

    He was employed by the Rock Island Railroad for 32 years.

    Other survivors include: His step-mother, Mrs. Lola Hicks, Eldon; three sons, James Hicks, Versailles, Kenneth Hicks, Eldon, and Gerald Hicks, of the home. Four daughters, Mrs. Alma Duncan and Mrs. Jean Duncan, both of Eldon, and Mrs. Ruby Morgan and Mrs. Wanda Eidson, both of Barnett.

    Two sisters, Mrs. Erma Stone, Eldon, and Mrs. Nadine Wood, Kansas City, Kan.; 12 grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; and two step-great-grandchildren.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, at the Phillips Funeral Chapel, Eldon. The Rev. Selby Graham will conduct the services. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Eldon.

  4439. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. William B, Zilphy, Rena B, Lena A, Binth A, William M, Ida V, Charles E, & Williard E Hicks
    Nancy Conner (mominlaw).
  4440. Obituary, Daily Capital News - November 19, 1969. Eldon woman dies at age 74

    Mrs. Ida V. Martin, 74, of Eldon, died Tuesday morning at a Jefferson City hospital.

    Mrs. Martin was born in Miller County, Dec. 17, 1894, the daughter of W.H.B. and Zilpha Conner Hicks. She was married in 1918 to Riley S. Martin, who died in 1961.

    Survivors include: One son, Kenneth Martin, Eldon; one daughter, Mrs. Opal Allen, Kansas City, Kan.; three brothers, Elmon Hicks, Eldon, Ernest Hicks, Fulton, and Oscar Hicks, Nevada; three grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, at Bagnell Baptist Church, the Rev. Dean Catlett officiating, with burial in Lamm Cemetery. Arangements (sic) are in charge of Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  4441. 1870 Census, Precinct 1, Falls, Texas, pg 10B. Thomas, Mary, Rufus, & Caroline Hightower
    John, Emeline, & Mary Johnson.
  4442. 1880 Census, , Navarro, Texas, pg 439A. T?, EM, EA, PL, Joe, Ida, WT, FM, & SC Hightower.
  4443. 1860 Census, Jim Henry, Miller, Missouri, pg 503. Jesse, Mahala, William, John, & Margaret Hill.
  4444. 1850 Census, District 13, Miller, Missouri, pg. Jesse, Mahala, Willis, Julian, William, John, & Margaret Hill.
  4445. 1900 Census, Ingram, Randolph, Arkansas, pg 12A. John W, Annie E, Melsy E, William R, Mary E, Rettie S, Alven AC, & Charles H Hill.
  4446. 1880 Census, Dutch Bottom, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 413D. Joseph P & Sarah Hill.
  4447. 1900 Census, Civil District 17, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 187B. Joseph P, Sarah E, & William P Hill.
  4448. 1910 Census, Civil District 8, Jefferson, Tennessee, pg 182B. Joseph P & Sarah Hill
    Vegie Coleman (hired girl).
  4449. 1930 Census, District 6, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 162A. Joseph Hill.
  4450. 1860 Census, District 6, Union, Tennessee, pg 456B. Mereal, Louisa, Nancy J, Isaac N, Samuel E, & Mary A Hill.
  4451. 1870 Census, District 6, Union, Tennessee, pg 248A. Luisey, Isaac N, Margret R, Samuel E, & Mary A Hill.
  4452. 1880 Census, District 6, Union, Tennessee, pg 173C. Samuel E, Angeline, & Mary L Hill.
  4453. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 247A. Robert F, Ruth, Veva, & Dorsey Hill.
  4454. 1930 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 261B. Virginia R Compton
    Veva & Dorothy L Hill (gdaus).
  4455. 1910 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 8B. Robert F, Emma J, Ira, Esther M, Ina C, & Wilburn Hill.
  4456. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 34A. Robert F, Emma, Ira ??all, Maggie, Robert F, Baby, & Eli H (bro) Hill
    Carnie A (dauinlaw) & Gladis S Bratton.
  4457. 1880 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 182D. Robert F, Elisabeth, John W, James E, Mary J, Jessee L, Nancy M, Simon A, Ira U, Alace L, & Nora E Hill.
  4458. 1870 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 233A. Robert F, Elizabeth M, John W, & Jas E Hill
    Mary Crisp
    Jesse L & Nancy M Hill.
  4459. 1920 Census, Kansas City Ward 6, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 171A. Emma Hill
    Esther Vaughn (dau)
    Wilbon Hill (son).
  4460. 1930 Census, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, pg 163B. Wilbon, Pansy C, Henry D, Elmer L, James W, & Emma J (mom) Hill.
  4461. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 7A. Simeon A & Lily Hill
    Ward Jackson (broinlaw).
  4462. SSDI, 513-05-0754.
  4463. SSDI, 511-70-1622.
  4464. 1910 Census, 3-Wd Russellville, Pope, Arkansas, pg 136B. James S, Dora, Thelma, Jennings, Imogene & Baby Hines.
  4465. 1920 Census, Russellville, Pope, Arkansas, pg 167A. Jim S, Dora, Thelma, Jennings, Imogene, & James E Hines.
  4466. 1930 Census, Illinois, Pope, Arkansas, pg 143A. James, Dora, & James Hines.
  4467. 1910 Census, Dillon, Beaverhead, Montana, pg 20B. Luella & Richmond Hobson.
  4468. 1920 Census, Dillon, Beaverhead, Montana, pg 62B. Luella & Richmond N Hobson.
  4469. 1900 Census, Bowen, Beaverhead, Montana, pg 37A. Nathan, Luella, & Richmond N Hobson.
  4470. 1930 Census, Dillon, Beaverhead, Montana, pg 27B. Luella Hobson (lodger).
  4471. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Beaverhead, Montana.
  4472. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 11, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 25B. John, Elenor, Fanny, & John (dad) Hockensmith.
  4473. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 23, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 225B. John & Elinor Hockensmith.
  4474. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 6, Comanche, Texas, pg 281B. Robert C, Madnis, James E, Mina D, Mauda E, & B???? Rasco
    Olive V Hocott (mominlaw).
  4475. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Floyd, Texas, pg 202A. George W, Mary E, James W, Bailey, Eugene V, Safronia, George L, Julian, & Harvey Rasco
    Olive E Hocott (mominlaw).
  4476. 1920 Census, Arlington, Phelps, Missouri, pg 24A. Alexander, Lucinda, & George W Hodge
    Thom J, Josephine A, & Mamie Lee Strawhun
    Hellen D Taylor.
  4477. 1930 Census, Arlington, Phelps, Missouri, pg 119A. Alexander & Lucinda Hodge
    Hellen Taylor (gdau).
  4478. 1870 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 303A. Saphronia, Richard, Lindsey, Singleton Lee, John Y, George A, & Peter O Hodge
    Mary A Weeks.
  4479. 1880 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 211A. Granville, Margret, Manda, Margret J, Mary, James A, William Evans, Martha, & Tennessee Hodges.
  4480. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 122B. Granville, Mary C, Martha, & Massie Hodges.
  4481. 1900 Census, Civil District 15, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 204B. GC, Roxie, Hallie, Theo, Bell, & Car Hodges.
  4482. 1850 Census, Subdivision 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 289B. James, Mary, William B, Mahala, James C, Granville, Sarah, Mary, & Manerva Hodges.
  4483. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 142A. William B, Malissa, Charlie N, & George M Hodges.
  4484. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 142A. Jeff, Maggie, Joe T, Isacc F, Marrie B, & Stott B (bro) Hodges
    Morlenie Rose (servant).
  4485. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 140A. William H, Mallie E, Robert L, Mattie A, & William A Hodges
    Eova P Yoakum (stepdau)
    Rosa B Payne (cousin)
    Mary A Neal (servant).
  4486. SSDI, 490-42-7413.
  4487. 1930 Census, Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 200B. J????? & Gertrude Holland.
  4488. 1920 Census, Staunton Ward 2, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 203B. William, Gertrude & Mary Holland
    Jennie Anderson (stepdau).
  4489. 1880 Census, District 364, Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 381B. James, Eliza, & Louis Holland.
  4490. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 28, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 305A. Eliza Holland.
  4491. 1900 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 137B. Charles & Mary E Hollenbeck.
  4492. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 264B. Mary E Hollenbeck (servant).
  4493. SSDI, 410-60-0843.
  4494. 1920 Census, Civil District 15, Henry, Tennessee, pg 278B. Taylor, Nina, Estel, Louise, Mary B, & Wade Holley
    Richard Ball (lodger).
  4495. 1910 Census, Civil District 15, Henry, Tennessee, pg 45A. Alvie T, Nina M, & Noah C (bro) Holley
    William T Hays (boarder).
  4496. 1930 Census, District 15, Henry, Tennessee, pg 278B. Alvia T, Nina M, Myrtle E, Alice L, Bernice M, Alvia W, Harold O, Julian C, & Gerald E Halley.
  4497. SSDI, 415-48-3196.
  4498. Obituary, The Commercial Appeal - Saturday, April 29, 1995. PARIS - Louise Holley, 81, homemaker, died Thursday of heart disease at Henry County Nursing Home. Services will beat 2 p.m. today at LeDon Chapel of Ridgeway Morticians with burial in Walker Cemetery here. Ms. Holley leaves two sisters, Estelle Morris and Bernice Rainey, both of Puryear, and three brothers, Alvie Wade Holley and Edward Gerald Holley, both of Puryear, and Harold Poynter Holley of Paris.
  4499. SSDI, 413-20-3784.
  4500. Obituary, The Commercial Appeal - Thursday, March 2, 2000. PARIS - Alvie Wade Holley, 80, retired farmer, died of lung disease Wednesday in Paris. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Ridgeway Funeral Home with burial in Walker Cemetery. He was a member of Cottage Grove Masonic Lodge 109, Paris Moose Lodge 1915 and a World War II Army veteran. Mr. Holley, the widower of Kathryne Jones Wilkins Holley, leaves two daughters, Betty Clayton and Jan Holley, both of Paris; two sisters, Bernice Rainey and Estelle Morris, both of Puryear; a brother, Harold Poyner Holley of Paris, two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
    .
  4501. SSDI, 413-20-3785.
  4502. Obituary, Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - Thursday, September 26, 2002. PARIS - Harold P. Holley, 81, retired truck driver for Spinks Clay Co., died Tuesday in Jones Mill. Services will beat 1 p.m. today at Ridgeway Funeral Home with burial in Walker Cemetery. He was a World War II Army Air Force veteran and a member of Friendship Baptist Church. Mr. Holley, the husband of Bessie Holley, also leaves a daughter, Beverly Underwood, and a son, Danny Holley, both of Paris, and two sisters, Bernice Rainey and Estelle Morris, both of Puryear.
  4503. SSDI, 413-20-5455.
  4504. Obituary, Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - Wednesday, July 9, 1997. PURYEAR - Edward Gerald 'Jerry' Holley, 69, sawmill owner and operator, was pronounced dead of heart disease Monday at Henry County Medical Center in Paris. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Ridgeway Funeral Home in Paris with burial in Walker Cemetery there. Mr. Holley, the husband of Peggy Collins Holley, also leaves a daughter, Geralda Smith of LaGrange, Ky.; two sisters, Bernice Rainey and Estelle Morris, both of Puryear; two brothers, Alvie Wade Holley of Puryear and Harold Poynter Holley of Paris, and three grandchildren.
    .
  4505. SSDI, 412-22-3116.
  4506. 1900 Census, Civil District 14, Henry, Tennessee, pg 204B. William T, Spicy A, Nola D, Alvy T, Noah C, Lillian L, & Edna L Holley
    Maryann Jackson (mominlaw).
  4507. 1910 Census, Civil District 15, Henry, Tennessee, pg 45A. William T, Spicie A, Lillian L, Edna L, & William C Holley
    Susan A Jackson (mom)
    Richard R Ball (boarder).
  4508. SSDI, 408-30-8090.
  4509. SSDI, 089-20-5337.
  4510. 1911 Census, Watt, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, pg 11. John H, George, Albert, & Henery Hollingworth
    John Hollingworth (cousin).
  4511. Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1907, Jane Leonie Webster.
  4512. 1910 Census, St Louis Ward 27, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 158B. Arthur, Mary E, Glenn, Selma, & William H Halloway.
  4513. 1900 Census, Pleasant Hill, Cass, Missouri, pg 177A. AW, Mary, & ???? Holloway.
  4514. SSDI, 486-56-4383.
  4515. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 138B. Loyd C, Delia L, & Claud C (bro) Holoway.
  4516. 1925 Census, Council Bluffs Ward 6, Pottawattamie, Iowa . Lloyd C, Delia, Madelain, & Charles Holloway.
  4517. 1920 Census, Johnson, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 265A. WR, Alice M, Berthe E, Walter ?, & Mabel C Maples
    Bennett & Stella Holmes.
  4518. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Henderson, Kentucky.
  4519. 1930 Census, District 82-313, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, pg 7A. Charles W, Harriet A, Fredric, Dorothy, & Anna Jean Leech
    Nora Mame (servant)
    Emma Holmes (aunt).
  4520. 1920 Census, Trenton, Wayne, Michigan, pg 129A. Wilbur A & Mathilda A Webber
    Sparo Salias (boarder)
    Emma J Holmes (minlaw)
    Nellie Naylor (boarder).
  4521. 1910 Census, Troy, Oakland, Missouri, pg 243A. Thomas J & Emma J Holmes.
  4522. 1900 Census, Detroit Ward 14, Wayne, Michigan, pg 253B. Thos G, Emma, Richard (dad), & Eliza G (mom) Holmes
    Tillie Faber (adopteddau).
  4523. 1880 Census, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, pg 44C. Robert, Ann, Charles, Edward, & May (dinlaw) Leech
    Thomas & Emma (dau) Holmes.
  4524. 1930 Census, Cascade, Cascade, Montana, pg 210B. Fred, Eva L, Helen M, Harald E, Opal M, Stewart F, & Eugene K Holyoak.
  4525. 1920 Census, Great Falls Ward 4, Cascade, Montana, pg 247A. William A, Margaret, William F, Eva (dauinlaw), Margarite, Alfred B, Albert B, & Arnold E Holyoak
    Martha Clay (lodger).
  4526. SSDI, 516-82-6002.
  4527. SSDI, 462-03-3021.
  4528. 1930 Census, Salem, Dunklin, Missouri, pg 33A. Burly R, Nellie, Winfard, & Randal (gson) Happer
    E???ige F?x (finlaw)
    Magalin Romins (boarder).
  4529. 1910 Census, Salem, Dunklin, Missouri, pg 249A. Byrll, Nellie, Rex, & Vada Hooper
    Aurthr Neely (servant).
  4530. SSDI, 491-36-1465.
  4531. SSDI, 488-24-9833.
  4532. SSDI, 490-14-2987.
  4533. 1900 Census, Chicago Ward 12, Cook, Illinois, pg 311A. Edward E, Hattie H, Wyley E, John W, Mildred E, & Henry Hooper
    Henry S Hahn (fathinlaw)
    Alvena Harison (servent).
  4534. 1910 Census, Chicago Ward 13, Cook, Illinois, pg 241A. Edwin E, Hattie G, John W, Mildred E, & Henry G Hooper.
  4535. 1920 Census, Chicago Ward 25, Cook (Chicago), Illinois, pg 121B. (blank) & Harriett Hooper.
  4536. 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, pg 264A. Edwin E & Harriet H Hooper
    Henry F, Allison, Harriet, & Maud Hooper.
  4537. 1880 Census, Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana, pg 307B. Edward, Wylie, & John Hooper.
  4538. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Florence, South Carolina.
  4539. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26A. Carson, Anna, Andy, Carson, Rashel, Ronce J, & Thoma A Hopkins.
  4540. 1910 Census, Cove City, Crawford, Arkansas, pg 23A. Carson, Annis, Andy, Carson, Rachel, Jacob, Gus, Edna, Perry, & Stella Hopkins.
  4541. 1920 Census, Cone City, Crawford, Arkansas, pg 20B. Carson, Sarah A, Louis, Edna, Perry, Stella, Alnen, & Alfa Hopkins.
  4542. 1930 Census, Lee Creek, Adair, Oklahoma, pg 73A. CA, Sarah A, & Alvin V Hopkins.
  4543. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Crawford, Arkansas.
  4544. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Adair, Oklahoma.
  4545. SSDI, 430-09-5866.
  4546. SSDI, 413-26-8399 .
  4547. World War II Draft Registration Cards, , Wise, Virginia.
  4548. SSDI, 224-18-5188.
  4549. Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Lottie Horn.
  4550. 1920 Census, Burney, Love, Oklahoma, pg 177B. Jim, Maggie, Edward, Flora, Laurine, Frank, & Arvil Horn.
  4551. 1910 Census, Wright Twp, Jefferson, Oklahoma, pg 110B. James J, Maggie, & William Horn
    James A King (boarder).
  4552. 1930 Census, Byars, McClain, Oklahoma, pg 69A. Dave, Maggie, & Dora McCullar
    Jodie Horn (nephew).
  4553. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Love, Oklahoma.
  4554. 1900 Census, Orr, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, pg 221A. William, MA, Tiny, JN, James, JD, & Sarah E Horn
    Walter Bradley (boarder).
  4555. 1920 Census, Burney, Love, Oklahoma, pg 177B. William C, Martha E & Jodie Horn.
  4556. SSDI, 451-88-0485.
  4557. 1930 Census, District 11, Knox, Tennessee, pg 119B. Ralph E, Elma G, & Violet A Hornbaker.
  4558. 1930 Census, Waco, McLennan, Texas, pg 159B. William B, Versee, William B, Eugene, & Bobby Harner.
  4559. SSDI, 463-10-2282.
  4560. SSDI, 455-26-7437.
  4561. 1901 Census, Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 6. Richard & Elizabeth Horton
    Jennie Chatham (adopteddau).
  4562. 1881 Canadian Census, Lansdowne Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 75. Richard & Elizabeth Horton.
  4563. 1900 Census, Perry, Noble, Oklahoma, pg 95B. John, Fanny, Henry, Cora, & William Hotz
    Mollie & Millie Craig (stepdaus).
  4564. 1910 Census, Perry Ward 3, Noble, Oklahoma, pg 154A. John, Francis, Henry, & Cora Hotz.
  4565. 1930 Census, Salinas, Monterey, California, pg 12B. Henry C, Edna R, John E, & Francis (mom) Hotz.
  4566. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas.
  4567. 1860 Census, Central, St Louis, Missouri, pg 769. Charles, Mary A, Elijah, Susan, Charles H, William B, & All?? H Houser
    Thomas Harrison.
  4568. 1870 Census, Central, St Louis, Missouri, pg 228A. Charles, Mary A, Charles, Wm, & Mark A Houser.
  4569. 1880 Census, Central, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 141C. MA, Rebecka, Lessie, & Mary A (mom) Houser.
  4570. 1880 Census, St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, pg 511C. Elijah A & Hattie Houser
    Sidnia Owens (minlaw)
    George A & Harry Houser.
  4571. 1900 Census, White, Benton, Missouri, pg 143B. EA Houser.
  4572. 1880 Census, Central, Saint Louis, Missouri, pg 141C. William, Sarah A, Susan, Charles, Mary, & Daisey Houser.
  4573. 1900 Census, White, Benton, Missouri, pg 129B. Wm B, Sarah A, Charlie W, Nettie A, Fannie K, & Sallie B Houser.
  4574. 1910 Census, White, Benton, Missouri, pg 115A. William B & Sarah A Houser.
  4575. 1900 Census, Williams, Benton, Missouri, pg 159A. Mark A, Rebecca, & Nellie Houser
    Bessie (dau), Clara H (gdau), & Guy (gson) Craft.
  4576. 1910 Census, Williams Ward 1, Benton, Missouri, pg 137B. Mark A & Mildred F Houser
    Clema H & Guy O Craft (grandkids).
  4577. 1920 Census, Williams, Benton, Missouri, pg 266B. Mark A & Mildred F Houser.
  4578. 1910 Census, White, Benton, Missouri, pg 104A. Charles W, Tillie H, Daisy A, & John A Houser.
  4579. 1920 Census, White, Benton, Missouri, pg 233A. Chas W, Tilla H, Daisy A, & John A Houser.
  4580. 1930 Census, Haw Creek, Morgan, Missouri, pg 18A. Edward L, Hellen F, Stella M, Georgia L, Hattie L, Willard N, Sarah J, Ollive L, & Ethel W Howser.
  4581. 1920 Census, Adair, Camden, Missouri, pg 6A. Edward L, Florance E, Stella, Georgia, Hettie, Aaron W, & Sarah J Houser.
  4582. 1910 Census, Moreau West Ward, Morgan, Missouri, pg 106A. Edward Haueser (boarder).
  4583. 1900 Census, Adair, Camden, Missouri, pg 5A. Henery, Sarah, Addie, Annie, Perla, & Dewey Lett
    Gerome Welch (boarder).
  4584. 1900 Census, St Louis Ward 26, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri, pg 36A. Geo A, Blanche, George, Helen, & Harry (bro) Houser.
  4585. 1910 Census, Saline, Saline, Arkansas, pg 158B. GA, Mrs Blanche, GW, Helen, & Dorothy Houser.
  4586. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Harris, Texas, pg 226B. George A, Elizabeth A, & Dorathy Hauser.
  4587. 1930 Census, Precinct 2, Harris, Texas, pg 211A. GA & Anna Houser
    Harold Young (gson).
  4588. 1920 Census, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, pg 54B. George A Hauser (sailor).
  4589. 1910 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 229A. George M, Nancy R, ??? M, Ola, Verta M, Oscar H, Arvey J, & Flo (niece) Houser.
  4590. 1930 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 234B. George M, Rebecca, Orvie, Sadie C, & Otis Houser
    Oscar & Mariam Houser.
  4591. 1920 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 52B. Geo M, Rebecca, Etta, Ola, Verta, Oscar, Orvie, Sadie, Sylvia, Ottis, & Lucille (gdau) Howser.
  4592. Obituary, Daily Capital News - December 7, 1976. Mrs. Stark, 84, of Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Etta Maude Stark, 84, of Eldon, died Monday at a Tuscumbia nursing home.

    Mrs. Stark was born Sept. 9, 1892, at Bagnell, the daughter of George and Nancy Downing Howser. She was married at Bagnell to George Stark Aug. 20, 1920. He died May 18, 1961.

    Mrs. Stark, a lifelong resident of the Eldon area, was a member of the Aurora Springs Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include: Five daughters, Mrs. Lucille Willis and Mrs. Hazel Inman, both of California, Mrs. Louise Cole, Waukegan, Ill., Mrs. Lena Flaugher, Eldon, and Mrs. Irma Brines, Sedalia.

    One son, Louis Stark, Waukegan, Ill., two brothers, Orvil Howser, Stoutland, and Otis Howser, Lebanon.

    Four sisters, Mrs. Ola Ballard, Columbia, Mrs. Vertie White, Dixon, Mrs. Sadie Whittle, Henley, and Mrs. Sylvia Irvin, Iberia; 21 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday at the Aurora Springs Baptist Church, Eldon, with the Rev. Bob Stevenson and the Rev. Beura Huffman officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery, Eldon.

    Arrangements are under the direction of the Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

  4593. SSDI, 489-16-0810.
  4594. Obituary, Daily Capital News - May 12, 1973. Mr. Houser dies Thursday

    Oscar H. Houser, 68, Osage Beach, died Thursday at a nursing home in Camdenton.

    He was born March 10, 1905, at Bagnell, the son of George and Nancy Downing Houser. He was married on April 12, 1930, at Eldon, to Mariam Allison Houser who died in 1956. He later married Wilma White Houser who survives at the home.

    Mr. Houser had worked for Stanton Novelty Co., Lake Ozark, for 34 years, before retiring in 1971.

    He attended the old Squater School, in the Lake of the Ozark area, and was the last living member of the old Riverview Baptist Church, Lake Ozark.

    Other survivors include: Two daughters, Mrs. Flora Wall, Brumley, and Mrs. Erma Vernon, Eldon; three step-daughters, Mrs. Lois Moseley, Albuquerque, N.M., and Mrs. Patsy Huntubise, Osage Beach, and Mrs. Marcia Cunninham, Macks Creek; four step-sons, Leonard Clark, Anchorage, Alaska, Nyle Clerk (sic), Kansas City, Cecil Clark, Raymore, and Conley Clark, Camdenton.

    Five sisters, Mrs. Etta Stark, Eldon, Mrs. Ola Ballard, Cross Timbers, Mrs. Vertie White, Eldon, Mrs. Sadie Whittle, Henley, and Mrs. Sylvia Irwin, Iberia; and two brothers, Orvie Houser, Stoutland, and Otis Houser, Lebanon.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Riverview Baptist Church, Osage Beach, with the Rev. George Cox officiating. Burial will be at the church cemetery under the direction of Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  4595. SSDI, 486-14-9690.
  4596. SSDI, 499-40-9478.
  4597. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 2003. Sadie Whittle, 92, Eldon, died Feb. 12, 2003, at Lake Regional Health System, Osage
    Beach. She was born May 1, 1910, in Camden County, a daughter of George and Nancy
    Rebecca Downing Houser. She was married July 3, 1933, in Iberia, to Clarence Whittle, who
    died April 3, 1983. A homemaker, she was a member of Russellville Baptist Church.

    Survivors include: three sons, Ronald Whittle, California, Gerald Whittle, Tuscumbia, and
    Glen Whittle, Cairo; one sister, Sylvia Irwin, Iberia; seven grandchildren and 16 greatgrandchildren.
    One daughter, Arthena Rebecca Whittle, preceded her in death.

    Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Rekus Funeral Home, Eldon. Robert .Nippy. Jones
    will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, Osage Beach. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m.
    Friday.

  4598. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - February 5, 2009 . IRWIN

    Sylvia Edrie Howser Irwin, age 95, of Iberia, died Tuesday, February 3, 2009, at Lake Regional Hospital.

    She is survived by two daughters; 11 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; several great-great grandchildren; and two sister in-laws.

    She was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Martin Irwin; her parents; one son; two great-grandsons; and seven brothers and sisters.

    Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. with services immediately following at 12 noon on Saturday, February 7, at Fancher-Rekus Funeral Home in Iberia. Interment will be in Iberia Cemetery.

    rekusfuneralhomes.com.

  4599. SSDI, 493-28-9508.
  4600. SSDI, 498-54-7169.
  4601. Obituary, Daily Capital News - June 21, 1967. Houston rites slated for today

    Funeral services for William T. Houston, 76, will be at 3 p.m., today, at the Phillips Funeral Home chapel, Eldon. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery, Eldon.

    Mr. Houston was an Eldon resident. He died Sunday at a local hospital.

    He was born Oct. 3, 1890, at Bagnell, son of Benjamin and Eliza Jane Cotten Houston.

    Survivors include two sons, William C. Houston, Wichita, Kan., and Phillip Houston, Lincoln, Kan., and Mrs. Dorothy Clussen, Lincoln, Kan.; three sisters, Mrs. Elvah Kays, Lebanon, Mrs. Sarah Cornett, Eldon, and Mrs. Jane Snoderly, Richland; a brother, Jack Houston, Richards.

  4602. Obituary, Daily Capital News - September 4, 1971. Mrs. Houston, Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Nellie Jane Houston, 85, Eldon, died Thursday at Memorial Hospital, Jefferson City.

    She was born Feb. 10, 1886, near Bagnell, to George W. and Julia A. Greenup Bann. (sic)

    She was marrid (sic) to Joseph H. Houston March 20, 1904. He died Feb. 18, 1959.

    Survivors include: One daughter, Mrs. Pearl Stewart, Eldon; three sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Helms, Eldon, Mrs. Leona Bliss, Sonoma, Calif., and Mrs. Opal Hawkins, Glenellen, Calif.; one brother, Ray Bann (sic) Glenellen, Calif.; one granddaughter and four great-grandchildren.

    Services will be 2 p.m. today, at the First Baptist Church, Eldon, with the Rev. Don Wainwright officiating and burial in Dooley Cemetery near Eldon, Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon, is in charge.

  4603. 1850 Census, Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri, pg 264A. Joseph, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, Hiram, & Lyc??yus.
  4604. 1860 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 687. JM, Jane, Elizabeth, Hiram, & Thomas O Howard.
  4605. 1870 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 209B. Joseph, Sally A, Elphey, & Elizabeth Howard
    Henry Woody.
  4606. 1880 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 256B. Joseph, Salley A, Effa, Hetta, Seth, & Charley Howard.
  4607. Death Certificate, 11472.
  4608. SSDI, 446-44-6460.
  4609. 1860 Census, District 6, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 465A. James, Lucinda & Susan R Harvel & Lucinda Stanifers.
  4610. 1870 Census, District 6, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 35B. James, Lucinda, Susan, William & Samuel Howell.
  4611. 1880 Census, District 10, Madison, Tennessee, pg 254B. James, Lucinda, William, Samuel, Sidney, & Louisa Howell.
  4612. 1900 Census, St Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 192A. William, J??? L, Jesse E, William S, Cora M, & Lucelia J Howell.
  4613. 1910 Census, St Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 190B. William D, Julia L, Jesse E, William S, Pure M, Lucille Q, Lester P, Virginia, & ?arry Howell.
  4614. 1920 Census, River Rouge, Wayne, Michigan, pg 205A. Wm, Fobert, Cora, Lester, Virginia, Harry, & Thelma Howell.
  4615. 1930 Census, River Rouge, Wayne, Michigan, pg 129B. William D, Julia L, Virginia, Harry, & Thelma Howell.
  4616. 1870 Census, District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 262B. Green, Mary, Martha J, Nancy, Sterling, John, & Phebe (keeping house) Howerton.
  4617. 1880 Census, District 7, Hancock, Tennessee, pg 317B. Mary, Martha J, Nancy, Sterling, John, Cordia, & Brownlow Howerton.
  4618. 1870 Census, Township 62 Range 14, Adair, Missouri, pg 97A. Michael, Margaret, David, Nancy A, Andrew & Marthena Howley.
  4619. 1880 Census, Salt River, Adair, Missouri, pg 18C. Mikle, Margaret T, David L, Nancy A, Andrew, Lucinda, Marthenea & Ulysis G Howley.
  4620. 1900 Census, Kirkville, Adair, Missouri, pg 60A. Margaret, Annie, Della, & David Howley.
  4621. 1910 Census, Salt River, Adair, Missouri, pg 220B. Margaret Tyson
    David & AJ Howley (sons).
  4622. 1920 Census, Salt River, Adair, Missouri, pg 207B. Andy J Howley.
  4623. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 198B. AJ, Victory, HG, GH, WL, W, & MJ Howser.
  4624. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 23B. William, Robert P (bro), Lavera B (sis), Emma E (sis), & John L (bro) Howser.
  4625. 1900 Census, Junction, Lane, Oregon, pg 54B. Hiram, Belle, Flo, & Salie Howser.
  4626. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 33B. Vernie & Tennyson Houser
    Ola P & Goldie T Brockman (daus).
  4627. SSDI, 487-40-8198.
  4628. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - April 5, 1966. R.P. Howser Dies in Eldon

    ELDON (Special) -- R.P. (Bob) Howser died at his home here Monday. He was 84.

    Mr. Howser was a retired retail merchant.

    He served as postmaster at Bagnell from 1912 until 1921.

    He also operated the Bagnell ferry until the dam was constructed.

    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church here. The Rev. M.A. Younger will officiate.

    Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery.

    Mr. Howser was born Feb. 2, 1882, at Bagnell, son of Andrew J. and Victoria Wilcox Howser.

    He married Nellie Mahan Nov. 6, 1907. She survives.

    Other survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Vincel Routon, Versailles; Mrs. Joe Grambrownie, New York, N.Y.; and Mrs. Frank Biggs, Omaha, Neb.

    Two sons, Robert Paul Howser, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and LaVerne Howser, Ajo, Ariz.

    Two sisters, Mrs. Frank Kehr, Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Emma Sandfort, Eldon.

    One brother, J.L. Howser, Lake Ozark, and eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

  4629. Obituary, Miller County Autogram Sentinel, Thursday, November 9, 1967. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church for Mrs. Emma Electa Sandfort, 81, a resident of Miller County throughout her lifetime. She lived some nine miles south of Eldon in the Bagnell area. Mrs. Sandfort died at l7 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, 1967, at Still Hospital, Jefferson City, where she had been a patient for one week.

    She leaves 90 living descendants in four generations. She was born May 7, 1886 in Miller County, a daughter of the late Andrew Jackson Howser and Elizabeth Victoria (Wilcox) Howser. In June, 1904, she was married at Tuscumbia to William Riley Sandfort. He died in 1941. A daughter and a son also preceded their mother in death.

    Mrs. Sandfort was a member of the Mt. Carmel Baptist church.

    Surviving are eight daughters, Mrs. Ruby Harbison, Eugene; Mrs. Ellen Lockwood, Kansas City; Mrs. Lois Knoch and Mrs. Audrey Clark, Lake Ozark; Mrs. Nerine Graham, Baton Rough, La.; Mrs. Hettie Espegren, Sacramento, Calif.; Mrs. Berniece Nichols, Jefferson City; and Mrs. Jessie Pruitt, Eldon; five sons, the Rev. Robert Sandfort, Osceola; Howser Sandfort, Lake Ozark; Major Dorrence Sandfort of the Air Force who lives at Upland, Calif.; and Loyd Sandfort and Leland Sandfort, Eldon.

    Also surviving are one sister, Mrs. Hettie Kehr, Kansas City, Kan.; one brother, Lilburn Howser, Lake Ozark; 40 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

    The Rev. Louis Elseman officiated at the services Tuesday. Burial was in Blue Spring Cemetery under the direction of Kays Funeral Home of Eldon. Pallbearers were Clint Meredith, Curtis Beach, Burnham Howser, Joe Brown, Robert Ward and Burdette Conner.

  4630. Obituary, Daily Capital News - November 7, 1967. Mrs. Sandfort dies at age 81

    Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Sandfort, 81, are scheduled for 2 p.m., today, at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.

    The Rev. Louis Eiseman will officiate. Burial will be in the Blue Springs Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are in charge of Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

    Mrs. Sandfort of rural Eldon, died early Sunday at Charles E. Still Hospital.

    Born May 7, 1886, the daughter of Andrew and Victoria Howser, she was married to William R. Sandfort. He died in 1941.

    Survivors include eight daughters, Mrs. Ruby Harbison, Eugene, Mrs. Ellen Lockwood, Kansas City; Mrs. Lois Knoch and Mrs. Aedrey (sic) Clark, both of Lake Ozark, Mrs. Erine Graham, Baton Rouge, La., Mrs. Hettie Estegren, Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Bernice Nichols, Jefferson City, and Mrs. Jessie Pruitt, Eldon.

    Also surviving are five sons, the Rev. Robert Sandfort, Osceola, Howser Sandfort, Lake Ozark, Maj. Torrence Sandfort, Upland, Calif., Loyd Sandfort and Leland Sandfort, both of Eldon.

    Other survivors include one sister, Mrs. Hettie Kehr, Kansas City, Kan.; one brother, Lilburn Howser, Lake Ozark; 40 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

  4631. 1920 Census, Bagnell, Miller, Missouri, pg 150A. Lilborn, Florence, ??tha, & Cristis Howser.
  4632. Obituary, Daily Capital News - April 2, 1975. Mr. Howser dies at age 86

    John L. Howser Sr., 86, Lake Ozark, died unexpectedly Monday at his home.

    He was born April 18, 1888, at Bagnell, the son of Andrew Jackson and Victoria Wilcox Howser. On May 23, 1909, he was married to the former Florence Sanfort, at Bagnell. She survives at the home.

    Prior to his retirement, Mr. Howser was a custodian at the School of the Osage. He was a member of the Bagnell Baptist Church, Lake Ozark.

    Other survivors include: three daughters, Mrs. Nita Woten and Mrs. Kathy Arnold, both of Harington, Kan., and Mrs. Fern Strange, Medford Lake, N.J.; two sons, Christie Howser, Eldon, and J.L. Howser Jr., Lake Ozark; 10 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

    Services will be today at 3:30 p.m. at Bagnell Baptist Church. The Rev. Sam Martin will officiate. Burial will be in the Eldon Cemetery.

    Arrangements are being made by the Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

  4633. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 40B. Berry M, Della C, Claud O, Edith M, Richard L, Victoria L, Mabel V, & Thelma S Howser.
  4634. 1920 Census, Collinsville, Rogers, Oklahoma, pg 222A. Claude & Lydia Howser.
  4635. SSDI, 448-18-0166.
  4636. 1910 Census, Jasper, Camden, Missouri, pg 229A. George M, Nancy R, ??? M, Ola, Verta M, Oscar H, Arvey J, & Flo (niece) Houser.
  4637. Obituary, www.pcdl.lib.oh.us. Mrs. Flora E. Snelling
    Mrs. Flora E. Snelling, 72, widow of Frank Snelling, died late Tuesday night at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis after a month's illness. She resided in Richmond for 25 years but for the past several months had made her home with a daughter in Indianapolis.

    Surviving are five sons, Charles of Richmond, Roscoe of Phoenix, Ariz., Glyn of Indianapolis, James of New Paris, Ohio and Spe??, C. Gerrold, now serving with the Army in Germany; five daughters, Mrs. Pearl Peden of New Paris, Ohio, Mrs. Ruby Tetley of Pennsville, Miss Betty Snelling of Indianapolis, Mrs. Lois Cander of Mesa, Ariz., and Mrs. Nadine S?? of Indianapolis; a sister, Mrs. Sadie Phillips of Phoenix, Ariz.; ?8 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

    Services for Mrs. Snelling were held Saturday at the Stegall-Berheide-Orr Funeral Home. Rev. W.F. Badgett officiated with burial in Spring Lawn Cemetery in New Paris, Ohio.

  4638. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 34A. Benjamin F, Hettia J, & Claude F Kehr
    Sadie Houser (niece).
  4639. SSDI, 302-03-9969.
  4640. SSDI, 488-42-9808.
  4641. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 151A. Howard E, Margret J, Vernon E, Dortha, Jewell, Marbel, Audra, & Nelda Howser.
  4642. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 117B. Howard, Margarett, Dorothy B, Jewell M, Marble J, Audra L, Howard M, & Donald W Howser.
  4643. SSDI, 487-68-7533.
  4644. Obituary, Daily Capital News - January 28, 1975. Mrs. Howser, of Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Margaret Jane Howser, 91, of Eldon, died Sunday evening at a Fulton hospital.

    Mrs. Howser, a lifetime Miller County resident, was born Sept. 26, 1883, near Bagnell, the daughter of Hamilton and Josephine Holly Niebert. She was married Oct. 28, 1906, to H.E. "Dunk" Howser, who died Oct. 24, 1965.

    She was a member of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Eldon, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, with the Rev. C.R. Morgan and the Rev. James McDonald officiating.

    Survivors include: Four daughters, Miss Dorothy Howser, Miss Marble Howser, and Mrs. Jewell Sandfort, all of Eldon, and Mrs. Audrey Taylorson, Felton, Calif.

    Three sons, Burnham Howser, Eldon, Howard Howser, Salinas, Calif., and Donald Howser, Pittsburgh, Pa.; 16 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

    Burial will be in the Eldon city cemetery, with arrangements by the Phillips Funeral Home.

  4645. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 117B. Burnham, Dollie D, & Burnham Howser
    Ernest Ashmore (lodger).
  4646. SSDI, 495-30-3068.
  4647. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Tuesday, November 4, 1997. Dorothy B. Howser, 88, Jefferson City, died Monday at Oak Tree Villas Nursing Center.
    She was born Oct. 5, 1909, in Miller County, a daughter of Howard E. .Dunk. and Margaret Jane
    Nibert Howser.

    She was a member of Mount Carmel Baptist Church. She taught in public schools from
    1929-1973, including 11 years at the School of the Osage. She retired from the Ferguson-
    Florissant School District.

    Survivors include: three brothers, Burnham E. Howser, Eldon, Howard M. Howser,
    Salinas, Calif., and Donald W. Howser, Bethel Park, Pa.; and two sisters, Jewell M. Sandfort,
    Eldon and Audra Taylorson, Felton, Ca.

    Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Eldon City Cemetery. The Rev. Jim
    McGowin will officiate. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.
    Memorials are suggested to the American Diabetes Association.

  4648. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Tuesday, January 7, 1997. Marble J. Howser, 83, Eldon, died Monday at her home. She was born May 18, 1913, in
    Miller County, a daughter of Howard E. and Margaret Jane Nibert Howser. She was a
    homemaker and a lifelong resident of Miller County. She was a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist
    Church.

    Survivors include: three brothers, Burnham E. Howser, Eldon, Howard M. Howser,
    Salinas, Calif., and Donald W. Howser, Bethal Park, Pa.; and three sisters, Dorothy B. Howser,
    Jefferson City, Jewell M. Sandfort, Eldon, and Audra Taylorson, Felton, Calif.

    Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Eldon City Cemetery. Brother Jim
    Taylor will officiate. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon.

  4649. SSDI, 547-34-3306.
  4650. SSDI, 488-28-1154.
  4651. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 22A. HM, Lavona, Willard, Ludwell, & Edmond Howser.
  4652. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 198A. HM, MA, & WL Howser.
  4653. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 40A. Howard M, Lavana J, & Willard Howser.
  4654. 1930 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 119A. Willard, Alpha, Laudie, Janie, & Ethel Howser.
  4655. Obituary, Daily Capital News - January 11, 1972. Howser rites slated today

    Funeral services for Willard Howser, 77, Olean, who died Thursday in a fire at his home, will be at 11 a.m. today at the Grisold Kays Funeral Chapel.

    The Rev. Charles Foley will officiate.

    Born Jan. 17, 1893, at Bagnell, Mr. Howser was the son of Monroe and Lovina Howser Howser. He was married Aug. 3, 1913, in West Aurora, to the former Miss Alpha Platters, who survives.

    He was a retired farmer.

    Other survivors include: A son, Laudie Howser, St. Charles; two daughters, Mrs. Janie Wilson, Topeka, Kan., and Mrs. Ethel Blythe, Overland; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

  4656. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Madison, Montana.
  4657. 1920 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 261A. Robert L, Bessie, Willard L, Lula May, Wilbur H, & Jem... Howser.
  4658. Obituary, Daily Capital News - July 7, 1976. Mrs. Howser dies at Versailles

    Mrs. Nellie V. Howser, 84, Eldon, died Sunday at Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Versailles.

    Mrs. Howser was born Nov. 12, 1891, in Miller County, the daughter of John S. and Sarah Kehr Mahan. She was married Nov. 6, 1907, at Tuscumbia, to Robert P. Howser, who died April 4, 1966.

    Mrs. Howser was a member of the Bagnell community for severl years before moving to Eldon in 1929.

    She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Eldon, the Order of the Eastern Star and Rebekkah Lodge.

    Survivors include: Two sons, Robert Paul Howser, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and LaVerne Howser, Ajo, Ariz.; three daughters, Mrs. Icel Routon, Versailles, Mrs. Roberta Biggs, Eldon, and Mrs. Bertreace Giambronie, New York, N.Y.; three sisters, Mrs. Eva Vann, Marshalltown, Iowa, Mrs. Ethel Vann, Sanoma, (sic) Calif., and Mrs. Leah Moore, Peoria, Ill.; eight grandchildren and 12 great-grrandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today in the First Baptist Church, Eldon, with the Rev. Arnim Ray officiating. Burial will be in the Eldon City Cemetery.

  4659. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 489. Elizabeth, Willis, Andrew J, Thomas B, & Jasper Howser
    Benjamin Brandon.
  4660. 1860 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 489. Thomas, Nancy, Thomas W, Isaac H, & Joanna E Howser.
  4661. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 198A. Benton, Victory, Livonia, Lee, Berry, & Edgar Howser
    Joshua Potter (boarder).
  4662. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 33A. Benton & Robert Lee Howser.
  4663. 1850 Census, Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri, pg 263B. Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah, Willis, Andrew, & Thomas HB.
  4664. 1870 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 208A. William, Mary J, Jerutia, Genetta, Howard M, Morgret M, & Porter Homer.
  4665. 1880 Census, Osage, Morgan, Missouri, pg 254A. William, Mary J, Alice, Georgia, Edward, Alfa, & Sarah Hawser.
  4666. 1850 Census, Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri, pg 264A. William, Mary Ann, & Jerusha Howser.
  4667. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 197D. Willis, Isabel A, ME, GB, RL, & WM Hanese.
  4668. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 21B. Isabell, Robert Lee, Joe, Dora A, & Jerusia A Howser.
  4669. SSDI, 486-14-7894.
  4670. 1930 Census, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, pg 194A. Paul F, Irene B, Paul Jr, Katherine, & Irene B Huebner.
  4671. 1920 Census, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, pg 27b. Paul, Irene, & Paul Huebner.
  4672. 1870 Census, Prrecinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 237A. David R, Emily E, Laura A, John, & Rufus E Huey
    Lorenzo P Clement.
  4673. 1880 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 281D. David, Emily, Laurie, John, Rufus, Dee, Arch, Robert, & Sallie Huey.
  4674. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 188A. David R, Emily B, Robert L, Eva L, & Lizzie M Huey.
  4675. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 172B. Rufus E, Fannie M, Edna L, Bennie H, Clara M, William N, David R (dad), & Emma E (mom) Huey.
  4676. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 185A. John H, Mary J, Elmer B, Herbert, Frank, Fay, Nora L & Edwin Huey.
  4677. 1910 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 163A. Herbert, Frank, Fay, Nora, Ernest, Emmitt, Iva, Verda May, & Mary Huey.
  4678. 1920 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 152A. ?arb, Nary, Frank, Earest, Emet, Nora, Ivy, & Verda Hughey.
  4679. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 188A. Rufus E, Fannie F, & Frankie M Huey.
  4680. 1930 Census, Harrison, Grady, Oklahoma, pg 251A. Rufus E, Fannie F, Willie M, Bonnie P, Raymond C, Melba C, & Juanita M Huey.
  4681. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 163B. Dee & Mary E Huey.
  4682. SSDI, 493-01-3530.
  4683. SSDI, 445-01-1838 .
  4684. 1860 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 237B. William, Sarah A & Nina A Huey.
  4685. 1900 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 163B. William, Sarah, & Della Huey
    Lucy & John Taylor.
  4686. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 155A. John & Lucy Taylor
    SA Hughery (mominlaw).
  4687. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 164B. William L West
    Sarah Huey (grandma).
  4688. familysearchlabs.org. JW Kirk married to LM Taylor.
  4689. familysearchlabs.org. JW Kirk married Della Mikeal.
  4690. 1870 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 237B. Ann & James Huey.
  4691. 1860 Census, , Cooke, Texas, pg 233B. James, Martha J, & Elias A Robertson
    Anna Hughes & James Clay.
  4692. 1850 Census, District 26, Dallas, Missouri, pg 319A. Anna, William, Martha J, David, & James A Huey.
  4693. 1880 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 276B. Martha, Elijah, Toile, Cora, & Martha (mom) Robeson.
  4694. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 169A. John M, Sallie, Ruth M, & Riley Hughes
    Samuel Quaid (boarder).
  4695. 1920 Census, Morgan, Carter, Oklahoma, pg 243B. John W, Sallie E, Eugene H, Walter, Wisey E, & Evret L Hughes.
  4696. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 183A. John W, Sallie E, Ruth M, Eugene H, Walter, Wiley, & Evert L Hughes.
  4697. 1910 Census, Gallatin, Clay, Missouri, pg 155A. Irelden C, Maggie M, Ross, Marie, & Fred Hulen.
  4698. 1900 Census, Imboden, Lawrence, Arkansas, pg 85B. Fielden, Maggie M, Ross, Marie L, & Fred C Hulen.
  4699. 1930 Census, Kirksville, Adair, Missouri, pg 55B. Frank E, Mary L, & Franklin Neal
    Maggie M Hulen (mominlaw).
  4700. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Duval, Florida.
  4701. 1850 Census, District 91, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 87A. FC, Sarah A, Wm C, & Lucinda E Hulin.
  4702. 1880 Census, Fabius, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 25A. William Jr, Cordelia, Fielding, Dora, George, John, Benjamin, Ida, Ada, William, & Tilden Hulan.
  4703. 1900 Census, Fabius, Schuyler, Missouri, pg 14A. Wm & Lilly Hulen
    Frank Gerry (servant)
    Estel Hulen.
  4704. 1910 Census, El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma, pg 44A. John F & Thelma Hullet
    Earl & Pearl E White (stepkids).
  4705. 1920 Census, El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma, pg 108A. John T & Martha Hullett
    Pearl W (stepson) & Gale E White.
  4706. 1930 Census, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, pg 275B. John F & Martha R Hullett
    Gayle White (gdau).
  4707. 1900 Census, Topeka Ward 4, Shawnee, Kansas, pg 101A. Margaret & John Hulit
    Mary Ford (sis).
  4708. 1920 Census, Moniteau, Randolph, Missouri, pg 57B. Aubrey E, Clara, Anna L, Juanita E, James M, Audey C, George C, & Ma???n G Humphrey.
  4709. 1930 Census, Moniteau, Randolph, Missouri, pg 43A. Aubrey E, Clara, Lucille, James M, Audrey C, George C, & Marion G Hurphey.
  4710. 1910 Census, Higbee Ward 1, Randolph, Missouri, pg. Ambra, Clara, Lusell, Wanetta, & Marven Humphre.
  4711. Obituary, Gospel Herald - Vol. I, No. 19 - August 8, 1908 -page 303. Hunsberger. - Ida (Troxel) Hunsberger, wife of Wm. Hunsberger, was born, Aug. 12, 1873, and died at her home in Elkhart Co. Ind., July 24, 1908, of consumption. She was aged 34 y. 11 m. 19 d. She leaves to mourn their loss a husband a son, three brothers and six sisters, besides a host of relatives and friends. A few days before her death she felt her need of salvation and accepted Christ and said she was ready to go. The funeral services were held at the Olive M. H. on July 30, conducted by Jacob K Bixler, from the text, Matt. 25:10.
  4712. SSDI, 413-62-4410.
  4713. Obituary, Claiborne Progress. Mrs. Thelma Jones age 71 of Speedwell, was born July 12, 1938 and passed away April 23, 2010 at the St. Mary’s Hospital in LaFollette. She was a member of Middlesboro Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her father, Chester Hunter; mother, Eva Owens Hunter; brother, Wade Hunter and wife Dorothy Hunter; nephew William (Bill) Hunter.

    She is survived by her husband: Clark Jones of Speedwell children: son and daughter-in-law Jeff and Tammy Jones of Speedwell, son: Eddie Jones of Harrogate; grandchildren: Mindy and Chad Hall; Tad and Ty Russell, Chris Schooler, great grandchildren: Wyatt Hall and Gabriel Schooler and a host of other relatives and friends.

    The family received friends from 6 until 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, 2010 at the Coffey Funeral Home in Harrogate.

    Graveside service at Hunter Cemetery.

    Ministers: Rev. Dale Turner and Rev. Robert Henry Owens.

    Pallbeareres: Ronnie Dunn, Chad Hall, Jason Hunter, Sam Owens, Bill Sowder, Howard Starcher.

    Coffey Funeral Home in charge.

  4714. 1900 Census, Civil District 13, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 187B. Henry, Mary A, Joseph, Nathan L, Roxie E, Ewel O, & Harrison H Hunter.
  4715. 1930 Census, Pineville, Bell, Kentucky, pg 15B. Jeff T, Louise, James, & Clarence Hunter
    James Howard (roomer).
  4716. 1910 Census, Civil District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 193B. Jefferson, Louisa M, William F, Florida M, Leroy, & Claymon C Hunter.
  4717. 1920 Census, Pineville, Bell, Kentucky, pg 50B. Jeff, Louise, William, Roy, James C, & Clarence Hunter.
  4718. 1900 Census, Civil District 13, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 182A. Jefferson T & Louisa M Hunter.
  4719. 1900 Census, Civil District 2, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 8A. Rinda, Parkey F (sdau), Hughy (gson), Prlor S (sson), Sterling G (sson), William F (sson), & Maggie (sdau) Hunter.
  4720. 1870 Census, District 2, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 209B. Jefferson, Rachel, Martha, Esther, Henry, & Sarah Hunter.
  4721. 1860 Census, Subdivision 2, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 263A. Jefferson, Rosanah, Winna, Barbrard, Catherine, Rachael, Martha, Henry & Esther Hunter.
  4722. 1850 Census, Subdivision 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 340A. Jefferson, Rosannah, Elizabeth, Winny, Polly, Barbary, Catherine, Rachael, & Martha Hunter.
  4723. 1920 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 125A. Prior L, Ollie, Chester, Clayton, Hunter.
  4724. 1930 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 68B. Prior L, Ollie, Chester, Clayton, Genese, & Arnold Hunter.
  4725. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 159B. William F, Laura, Pearl, Hobert, Della, Freeda, Billy, & Emery Hunter.
  4726. 1920 Census, Civil District 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 191A. William S, Laura, Floyd, Pearl, Hobert, & Della Hunter.
  4727. 1915 Census, Plainville, Rooks, Kansas, pg 8. Ed, Laura, Flora, & Perl Hunter.
  4728. SSDI, 409-17-2168.
  4729. Obituary, Claiborne Progress - July 7, 2005 . DOROTHY ANN HUNTER

    Dorothy Ann Hunter was born October 31, 1934 to Ulis and Zula McNew of the Powell Ridge Community in Speedwell. She was the oldest daughter of seven children. She graduated from Powell Valley High School in 1952. She continued her education by attending Middlesboro Business College were she graduated with a Business degree. Dorothy began her working career at Time Finance in Middlesboro, Ky. She continued her career at Home Federal Bank in Middlesboro, Ky. as branch manager and loan officer. Finally, she became a program assistant and counter clerk for the US Dept. of Agriculture (the ASCS office) were she dedicated her time to the farmers and their families of Claiborne, Union, and Hancock Co. It became a very important part of her life to ensure everyone was taken care of. She retired December 31, 2004 after 21 years. After retirement she joined the Gibson Hall Homemakers Club and in a short time developed friendships she would treasure forever.

    On July 9, 1957, she married classmate Wade Hunter. They had two children, William Chester Hunter and Marcy Ann Hunter and two grandchildren, William Jason Hunter and Allison Nicole Hunter.

    She was a member of the Powell Valley Church of Christ. She has always been a faithful, active member of the church. She taught children's classes in Sunday school, Bible school, and was an active part in the Lady's Inspiration Day. Her dedication and true spirit will always remain in the heart of the church and will always be felt by those who knew and loved her. Dorothy's life journey ended on June 27, 2005.

    Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband of 28 years Wade Hunter; parents: Ulis and Zula McNew; infant brother: Kenneth Allen McNew all of Speedwell; mother-in-law and father-in-law: Chester and Eva Hunter of Speedwell.

    Survivers include son and daughter-in-law: Bill and Jennifer Hunter of Tazewell; daughter: Marcy Hunter of New Tazewell; grandchildren: Jason and Allison Hunter of Tazewell; sister: Lillian Wilson of Speedwell; sister and brother-in-law: Shirley and Joe Whillhite of Martin, Tn, Margie and Gene Albright of Dixon, Tn, Virginia and Kubil Hopper of Speedwell; brothers and sister-in-law: Wayne and Evelyn McNew of Speedwell, and Roy and Carolyn McNew of Speedwell; sister-in-law and brother-in-law: Clark and Thelma Jones of Speedwell; Aunt Opal Surber of Ewing, Va; aunts and uncles: Edwina and Bill Jennings of Tazewell, Lula and Uyls Mayes, Lillie and Albert Chumley all of Speedwell; Aunt Juanita McDowell of Tazewell.

    Funeral services will be Wednesday, June 29 at 1 p.m. at the Coffey Funeral Home Chapel. Preachers: Andy Baker, Brad Gilbert, Jim Callahan officiating. Singers: McNew Family Singers. Burial in the Hunter Cemetery.

    Pallbearers: Jeff Jones, Eddie Jones, Bruce McDowell, Vince Hopper, Kenneth McNew, Mark Wilson. Honorary pallbearers: Farmers of Claiborne, Union and Hancock County, Matt McNew, Darren Wilson, Nathan McNew, Michael McNew, Herbie Hopper, Joel Hopper, Andy Whillhite, Tim Albright.

    Coffey Funeral Home in charge.

  4730. SSDI, 411-14-7938.
  4731. SSDI, 415-03-6431.
  4732. SSDI, 412-24-2414.
  4733. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 175B. Harmon Hurst
    James (soninlaw), Amanda, Robert A, Thomas W, & Charley E Standifer
    John Standifer (son - probably Hurst).
  4734. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 269A. Harmon, Nancy, James KP, Catharine, Eliza, Sarah, Elizabeth, Amanda, John M, Thomas H, Elknah Hurst.
  4735. 1860 Census, , Owsley, Kentucky, pg 307. HS, Celia, Daniel S, Samuel D, Martha J, Thomas J, Mary J, James P, John W, & Lucinda Hurst.
  4736. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 96A. Lawson S, Lucyan, & Orpha B Overholser.
  4737. Texas Death Index 1903 - 2000, Jennie Holland.
  4738. 1900 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 95B. Amanda, Robert, Thomas, Charlie, Billie, Grover, Nannie, & James Standiford
    John M Hurst (brother).
  4739. 1870 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 268B. Eldrigge, Martha, & Olevia Hurst.
  4740. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 167B. Eldridge & Elizabeth Hurst.
  4741. 1880 Census, District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 179C. Eldrige, Elisabeth, Oleey, & Newly Hurst.
  4742. 1900 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 168A. John N, Nervesty, Rossy T, & Lillie Hurst.
  4743. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee, pg 135B. John N, Manerva T, Rossie, Lillie, Mary, Clayton, & Dewly Hurst.
  4744. 1920 Census, Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee, pg 182B. John N, Vesty, Mary, Clayton, & Minnie Hurst.
  4745. 1930 Census, District 1, Union, Tennessee, pg 174A. Vesty Hurst
    Keneth Gose (gson).
  4746. California Death Index, 1940-1997, 554-40-6035.
  4747. 1900 Census, Civil District 9, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 126B. Nathan, Mary, Laura, Efe, & Oscar Hurst.
  4748. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 64B. James B, Mary M, Malisia, Nathanel, Oscar (gson), & Bessie (gdau) Hurst.
  4749. 1920 Census, Civil District 8, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 214A. Oscar & Retha Hurst.
  4750. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Lamar, Texas, pg 28B. Darthal N & Lillie S Hurst
    Cornelia & Munro Mason (stepkids)
    Carol Hurst.
  4751. 1910 Census, Baird, Callahan, Texas, pg 160B. Samuel U, Lillie, & Carrol E Hurst
    Stella Campbell (boarder).
  4752. 1920 Census, Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas, pg 38B. Samuel Hurst.
  4753. SSDI, 412-68-8344.
  4754. 1930 Census, Kirksville, Adair, Missouri, pg 20B. Chas E Hutchins.
  4755. 1910 Census, Lonsdale, Knox, Tennessee, pg 169A. James L, Vestie, Glanis I, & Althea L Hutchinson.
  4756. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 19, Knox, Tennessee, pg 65A. James L, Vesta, Gladys, Althia, America, Essie, & Dessie Hutchison.
  4757. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 34A. Lee J, Vesta, A Leeadah, America L, Dessie E, & Essie K Hutchison.
  4758. SSDI, 237-12-1132.
  4759. SSDI, 412-10-3228.
  4760. SSDI, 519-24-5059.
  4761. SSDI, 518-54-7975.
  4762. 1900 Census, Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, pg 235B. John, Della, & Alice A Iles
    Mary Dorian (servant).
  4763. 1910 Census, 5-Wd Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, pg 91B. John, Della, & Alice A Iles.
  4764. 1920 Census, Belvidere Ward 5, Boone, Illinois, pg 96A. John & Della Iles.
  4765. 1930 Census, Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, pg 12B. John & Adella Iles.
  4766. 1920 Census, Kirksville Ward 3, Adair, Missouri, pg 62B. Lucy, Cecil, & Louis Ilgenfritz
    Samuel Lockett (lodger).
  4767. SSDI, 490-09-5087.
  4768. 1930 Census, California, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 79A. Albert, Allen, Gunm, Lillian, Benjiman, John L, & Virginia Inman.
  4769. 1920 Census, Walker, Moniteau, Missouri, pg 99B. Ben, Louisa, Albert, Lyman, & Omega ML Inman.
  4770. SSDI, 498-14-9483.
  4771. SSDI, 488-28-1357.
  4772. SSDI, 308-09-2750.
  4773. 1901 Census, Lindsay, Victoria, Ontario, Canada, pg 16. George H, Emmle, Edith M, & Milton S Irwin.
  4774. 1920 Census, Pacific, Franklin, Missouri, pg 57B. Andrew G, Ruth A, & Ruby C Irwin
    Rebecca A Wilson (mominlaw).
  4775. SSDI, 486-16-4493.
  4776. 1850 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 18A. Andrew, Ruth, & John Jackson.
  4777. 1860 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 371. Andrew, Ruth, William G, George, Martha, & David Jackson.
  4778. 1870 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 128B. AJ, Ruth, William ?, Geo W, David, Martha A, Lucy, & Robert L Jackson.
  4779. 1880 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 222C. Andrew, Ruth, Lucy, Robert, & Andrew Jackson
    William Peters.
  4780. 1900 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 169A. Andrew, Annie, & Andrew Jackson
    Reede, Nettie, & Katie Witherson (grandkids).
  4781. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 42B. Andrew Jackson
    John R & Nettie Vaughn (grandkidinlaws).
  4782. ancestry.com.
  4783. 1930 Census, District 1, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 33A. Andrew, Pracilla, & Andrew Jr Jackson.
  4784. 1920 Census, Benham, Harlan, Kentucky, pg 161A. Andrew, Priscilla, Cora, & Mary Jackson.
  4785. 1910 Census, Manchester Ward 2, Grant, Oklahoma, pg 236A. Andrew, Priscilla M, Cora, & Mary Jackson.
  4786. 1900 Census, Civil District 6, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 85B. Andrew ?, Martha, Caleb, John, George MM, & Magnolia Jackson.
  4787. 1910 Census, Clinton Ward 2, Anderson, Tennessee, pg 87A. Andrew, Martha, Jno, George, David, & Mayme Jackson.
  4788. 1920 Census, Knoxville Ward 19, Knox, Tennessee, pg 64B. Andrew J, Martha, Caleb, George, David, & Mamie Jackson.
  4789. 1930 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, pg 44A. Andrew J, Martha J, Caleb H, & David M Jackson
    Paul J (soninlaw), Mayme L (dau), Virginie F, Donna L, & Paul D Murray.
  4790. 1910 Census, James, Stone, Missouri, pg 239B. Frank B, Jane, Ora, Clarie, Roy, Ray, John, & John B (dad) Jackson.
  4791. 1900 Census, Pine, Stone, Missouri, pg 234B. Benjamin, Surelda, John W, Ella M, Nettie F, Minnie P, Ora A, & Clara M Jackson.
  4792. 1920 Census, James, Stone, Missouri, pg 219B. Benjamin F, Serilda J, Roy F, Ray, & Annilee Jackson.
  4793. 1880 Census, Hickory, Holt, Missouri, pg 109C. David, Mary L, Nola Lee, Lora May, & Sarah G Jackson.
  4794. 1900 Census, Bluffs, Scott, Illinois, pg 194A. David G, Effie Lee, Luther, Clifton, Iva R??, & Oran M Jackson.
  4795. 1910 Census, Brookfield, Noble, Ohio, pg 74B. David G, Effie L, Iva Rue, Orin Meade, & Alfred W Jackson.
  4796. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Canton, Stark, Ohio.
  4797. 1920 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 145B. Cyntha A & Delbert N Jackson.
  4798. 1910 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 46B. Syntha A, Delbert N, & Dessie H Jackson.
  4799. 1900 Census, Bloomfield, Mitchell, Kansas, pg 53A. David W, Cynthia A, Jesse L, Hilry D, Delbert N, & Dessie H Jackson.
  4800. 1880 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 365B. David, Cyntha, Clara A, Frances M, George H, & Jesse L Jackson.
  4801. 1870 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 307A. David, Cynthia, Clary A, & Charles A Jackson.
  4802. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Grundy, Missouri.
  4803. 1900 Census, Eastern, Franklin, Illinois, pg 108B. Evan AS & Malinda C Jackson.
  4804. 1910 Census, Eastern Twp, Franklin, Illinois, pg 139B. Jim & Malinda C Jackson
    John, Martha, & Grover (gson) Roberson.
  4805. 1870 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 246B. David C & Alfred D Robison
    Angeline, Alexander M, Nancy C, Bowden R, & John Wright Jackson.
  4806. 1900 Census, Pine, Stone, Missouri, pg 234B. John & Nancy Jackson.
  4807. 1880 Census, Hickory, Holt, Missouri, pg 109C. John, Nancy, Benjamine, & John ML Jackson.
  4808. 1870 Census, Liberty, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 216A. John B, Nancy, Eliza A, William L, David G, Benjamin F, & Martha C Jackson.
  4809. 1860 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 422. John B, Nancy, Lydia, Thomas R, Hannah M, Martha A, Eliza, Wm C, David, & Benj F Jackson.
  4810. 1850 Census, District 40, Greene, Indiana, pg 329B. John B, Nancy, Thomas, Lydia, Hannah, & Martha Jackson.
  4811. 1900 Census, Liberty, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 101B. William L, Angeline N, Charles L, William A, John S, Bertha E, Milliard O, James R, & Lloyd M Jackson.
  4812. 1880 Census, Liberty, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 20D. William, Angeline N, & Charles L Jackson.
  4813. 1910 Census, Liberty, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 105A. William L, Angelina ?, James R, & Lloyd M Jackson.
  4814. 1850 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 22B. Rewben, Elizabeth, LA, Jarvis, & JC Jackson
    Joseph Frost
    Henderson Crutchfield.
  4815. 1860 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 431. Elizabeth, Lucy, Jarvis, John C, James, & Wm Jackson.
  4816. 1870 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 307A. Elizabeth, John C, James R, & Wm R Jackson.
  4817. 1880 Census, Myers, Grundy, Missouri, pg 310A. James R, Mary E, Alfd, & Elizabeth (mom) Jackson.
  4818. 1850 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 19A. William, Lydia, Elizabeth, Wm R, ES, L, David, & Mary Jackson
    William Brock.
  4819. 1860 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 418. Wm, Lydia, David, & Mary Jackson.
  4820. 1870 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 307A. Wm & Lyddia Jackson.
  4821. 1850 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 414. Wm R Jackson.
  4822. 1860 Census, Liberty, Grady, Missouri, pg 306A. Wm R, Julia, Geo Y, & Mary Jackson
    Jefferson Burnett.
  4823. 1880 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 374C. William R, Julia A, George ?, May E, Eddy L, William W, & Robert F Jackson
    Luke Busch
    James Whem
    William Brunt.
  4824. 1900 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 60A. William R, Ella, & William W Jackson.
  4825. 1910 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 47B. William W, Lillie L, Eva V, & Corinne Jackson.
  4826. 1910 Census, Liberty, Grundy, Missouri, pg 47B. Robert F, Allie B, Cecil M, William R, & Ella (sis) Jackson.
  4827. 1860 Census, Beat 2, Cherokee, Texas, pg 442B. W, Susan, & JC Jacobs.
  4828. 1870 Census, Beat 2, Cherokee, Texas, pg 204A. Winfield, Susan, John C, Edward, Anna, & Richard.
  4829. 1900 Census, Danville, DesMoines, Iowa, pg 271B. Col?, Burl, & Carl & Sarah Jaggar.
  4830. 1910 Census, Civil District 7, Cocke, Tennessee, pg 112A. Rhoda J Helm
    Zilpha Q, Ethel, & Salma James
    Jack Moore (companion).
  4831. 1930 Census, Tionesta, Forest, Pennsylvania, pg 142A. John G, Alice W, Gilbert E, & Quentin T Jamieson.
  4832. 1920 Census, Tionesta, Forest, Pennsylvania, pg 76B. John G, Cornelia, & Gilbert E Jamieson
    Emma Everett (minlaw).
  4833. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Forest, Pennsylvania.
  4834. SSDI, 193-03-2650.
  4835. SSDI, 211-07-3580.
  4836. SSDI, 183-32-9665.
  4837. 1910 Census, Green Bay Ward 5, Brown, Wisconsin, pg 144A. Geo V & Vernie Jarantowski.
  4838. 1900 Census, Marinette Ward 1, Marinette, Wisconsin, pg 24A. Joseph & George Jarantowski.
  4839. SSDI, 431-36-1032.
  4840. 1930 Census, Caraway, Craighead, Arkansas, pg 25B. Johnathan Y, Mary E, Clifford, Florence, & Slyva Jarvis
    Louis T Vick (helper).
  4841. SSDI, 429-38-0907.
  4842. SSDI, 429-12-6287.
  4843. 1910 Census, Petrolia, Clay, Texas, pg 78B. Maggie, Raymond, Cecil, Stacy, & Jimmie M Jenkins.
  4844. SSDI, 455-09-5210.
  4845. 1850 Census, Subdivision 7, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 288B. Anderson, Zilpha, David, Anaerson, Lucinda, Margaret, & Royal Jennings
    Josiah Burly.
  4846. 1860 Census, Subdivision 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 345. Zilpha Jennings
    Eliza Cleveland
    David, Royal, & Louiza Jennings
    Martha, John, William, & Emily Cleveland
    William Berry.
  4847. 1870 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 307B. David, Louiza, Wm M, Cornela, Walter R, & Lafayett Jennings.
  4848. 1900 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 149A. Dave, Louise, Connie, Walter, & Lucy (gdau) Jennings.
  4849. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 62B. Walter R, Ella, & Daivd F (dad) Jennings.
  4850. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 148B. Rial, Nannie, Lillie, Jeff, Laly B, Bula, & Trula Jennings
    Laura Harper (servant).
  4851. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 62A. Rial S, Nancy J, Jeff, Lola, Bulah, Trulah, & Helen Jennings.
  4852. 1920 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 76A. Rial C, Nancy J, & Hellin Jennings
    Bessie (dau) & Roy L (gson) Hill.
  4853. 1930 Census, District 1, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 139A. Nancy & Trula Jennings
    ?enor, Tomie, & Ethel Arwine (gkids)
    Edward Whitehead (gson)
    Junior Lawson (gson).
  4854. 1930 Census, Salt Lake, Polk, Oregon, pg 114A. Ewin & Minerva E Jennings.
  4855. 1910 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 62A. Frank, Eliza A, Dona M, Burnie F, Robt C, Lucy A, Mattie J, Eva M, & Grant H Jennings.
  4856. 1910 Census, 3-Dist, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 62A. William B, Carson D, & Lynn A Jennings
    Cornie & Lucy Epperson (cousins)
    William Flincheem (servant).
  4857. 1920 Census, Civil District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 74A. Wm B, Mossie J, Carson D, Lynn A, Archie W, Inez, James A, & James A (bro) Jennings.
  4858. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 150A. Sally, James, Bee, Tipton, & Dollie Jennings.
  4859. 1930 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 194A. W Bee, Mossie, Archie W, Inez R, James A, & James A (bro) Jennings.
  4860. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 148B. William, Aline, Emmer, Edker, Hattie, Hobart, & William.
  4861. 1920 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 75A. Wm M, Margie, Hattie, Willie, Ilene, & David Jennings.
  4862. 1910 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 69B. William, Allie, Hattie, Hobart, Willie, & Lon T Jennings.
  4863. 1930 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 192B. William M, Marjorie C, Eleen V, & David C Jennings.
  4864. 1900 Census, District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 167A. Lafayet, Jenie, & Annie M Jennings.
  4865. 1910 Census, District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 64A. Lafayette G, Jennie, & Annie M Jennings.
  4866. SSDI, 400-05-4384.
  4867. SSDI, 411-36-9681.
  4868. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 148B. William, Cordie, Claud, & Bessy Hill
    Edward Jennings (broinlaw).
  4869. 1900 Census, Civil District 10, Claiborne, Tennessee, pg 148B. Lewis, Iona, & Maud Jennings.
  4870. SSDI, 409-07-1123.
  4871. SSDI, 413-72-7471.
  4872. SSDI, 409-64-0602.
  4873. SSDI, 412-16-1329.
  4874. SSDI, 413-09-9678.
  4875. SSDI, 408-05-0894.
  4876. SSDI, 496-10-4223.
  4877. 1930 Census, Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, pg 33A. Albert S, Octave, Jerry, & Jean Jern.
  4878. SSDI, 707-05-2316.
  4879. SSDI, 347-20-2940.
  4880. SSDI, 326-22-1354.
  4881. SSDI, 519-22-6995.
  4882. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - August 15, 2003. Paul I. Jobe, 83, of Jefferson City, MO, died August 13, 2003 in Columbia, MO.

    He was born March 26, 1920 in Barnett, MO, the son of Edward N. Jobe and Belle (Kays) Jobe. He was married December 12, 1940 in Eldon, MO to Ruby M. (Serl) Jobe who survives of the home.

    Other survivors include one daughter, Paula Allison, Jefferson City, MO; two sons, Charles Jobe, Russellville, MO and David Jobe, Jefferson City, MO; five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren; two sisters, Lorene Martin, Eldon, MO and DorothyHackmann, Fulton, MO; two brothers, Roy Jobe, Russellville, MO and Dillard Jobe, San Jose, CA. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Edward Jobe.

    He was a member and deacon of the Mt. Herman Baptist Church in Olean, MO.

    Visitation will be Sunday, August 17, 2003 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon.

    Funeral service will be 2:00 p.m. Monday, August 18, 2003 at the Mt. Herman Baptist Church in Olean, MO. Burial will be in Allen Cemetery, Olean, MO.

    Memorials are suggested to Mt. Herman Baptist Church or Allen Cemetery.

  4883. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 232A. Bessie & Richard P Jones.
  4884. SSDI, 488-32-4959.
  4885. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - August 11, 2001. Richard P. Jobe, 82, Eldon, died Aug. 10, 2001, at his home.

    He was born Aug. 21, 1918, in Miller County, a son of Richard P. Sr. and Bessie E. Jones Jobe. He was married Oct. 16, 1943, in Medford, Ore., to Dolly M. Parkes. He was married May 26, 1982, in Miami, Okla.,to Barbara Lee Comstock, who survives at the home.

    An Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of High Point Baptist Church.

    Other survivors include: four daughters, Judy Beach, Eldon, Marilyn Harris, Rayville, Nancy Ashley, High Point, and Vickey Meeker, Monument, Colo.; one stepdaughter, Anna O'Dell, Eldon; one stepson, Harry E. Borton Jr., Eldon; 10 grandchildren,three great-grandchildren, 12 step grandchildren and two step great-grandchildren.

    The remains were cremated. Services will be at a later date.

    Arrangements were under the direction of Rekus Funeral Home, Eldon.

  4886. 1930 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, pg 9A. Effie Johnson
    Richard D Cole
    David B Johnson.
  4887. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Schuyler, Missouri.
  4888. 1910 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 44B. Jack, Lottie, Emery, Flora, & Mary Johnson.
  4889. 1920 Census, London, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 119B. Jack, Charlotte, Emory, Flora, Mary, Janie, John, Nellie, & Ida Johnson.
  4890. 1930 Census, District 2, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 61A. Isaac J, Lattie, Emory, Flora, Mary, Janie, Nellie, Ida, Wood???, Ora, & John Johnson.
  4891. SSDI, 400-36-5208.
  4892. SSDI, 406-72-9483.
  4893. SSDI, 405-12-8173.
  4894. SSDI, 402-16-6373.
  4895. SSDI, 404-28-0724.
  4896. Obituary. James Woodson Johnson
    James Woodson Johnson, 87, was born on April 7 in Laurel County, Ky. He departed this life on June 25, 2008 at his home. He was a long-standing member of Weaver Baptist Church and a retired state employee. He was the son of the late Issac Jackson and Lottie Sweet Jackson. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Emory Johnson and John Elbert Johnson, and seven sisters, Flora Lewis, Mary Hyde, Janie Drummond, Nell Johnson, Ida Hibbard, Bessie Rose Johnson, and Ora Smith. He was also preceded in death by a son-in-law, Bobby Ray Lewis. He is survived by his wife Nancy Proffitt Johnson; one daughter, Betty Lewis Angel and husband Gene; one son, James D. Johnson; two grandsons, Anthony Lynn Lewis and wife Pam and James L. "Jamie" Johnson and wife Tammy Jo; and one great-grandson, Ethan Lewis, all of London. He also leaves several nieces and nephews to mourn his passing. He also leaves a special caregiver, Margret Robinson and two others, Jalette Prewitt and Margret Hoskins.Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 28 at London Funeral Home, with Rev. Arthur Benge and Rev. John Napier officiating. Burial followed at Rough Creek Cemetery. Arrangements made through London Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Delmas Philpot, Anthony Lewis, Ethan Lewis, James L. Johnson, Jackson B. Morgan and Eldon Wyatt. Honorary pallbearers were George Cupp, Walter Brock, James Payne, Robert Durham, George Rudder and Don Baker.
    .
  4897. SSDI, 406-60-5169.
  4898. 1850 Census.
  4899. 1860 Census, , Laurel, Kentucky, pg 424. Almira, Mary J, John T, Eliza C, William S, & James Johnson.
  4900. 1920 Census, La Grande, Union, Oregon, pg 120A. JA, Marie B, James S, & David Johnson.
  4901. 1930 Census, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, pg 161A. Abraham, James, David, & Agusta (mom) Johnson.
  4902. 1920 Census, Saint Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 157A. Lee, Josephine, & Thomas Johnson.
  4903. 1900 Census, Saint Francois, St Francois, Missouri, pg 176B. William T, Sallie L, Edith L, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Agnes M, & Willette V Haile
    Lee J Johnson (broinlaw)
    Annie G Ney (servant).
  4904. 1850 Census, Harlem, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 766. Jeremiah, Julia, Melissa, David, Sally, Jeremiah, & Mary Johnson.
  4905. 1860 Census, Harlem, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 551. Jeremiah, Julia, Jeremiah, & Mary Johnson
    Lewis Atkins.
  4906. 1870 Census, Harlem, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 294. Jeremiah, Julia, David, & Mary Johnson
    Matthew, Melissa, Elisabeth, Julia, Ella, & Franklin Nauerte.
  4907. 1880 Census, Harlem, Winnebago, Illinois, pg 61D. Millisa & Jersman Matherots
    Julia Johnson (mom).
  4908. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36A. Newton, Janie, Nellie, & William Johnson.
  4909. 1870 Census, Meramec, Jefferson, Missouri, pg 294A. Peter, Louisa, Dorathy, Frederick, Louisa, Janson, & Stahle Johnson
    Sidney Ritter.
  4910. 1880 Census, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, pg 32B. Peter, Louisa, Dorbina, Fredrik, Louisa, Anna, & x x x Johnson.
  4911. 1900 Census, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, pg 152A. Peter ?, Louisia, Fred, Anna, Mary, & Peter Johnson.
  4912. 1910 Census, Omaha Ward 10, Douglas, Nebraska, pg 181A. Peter, Louise, Frederick, Peter A, & Anna Johnson.
  4913. 1920 Census, Benson, Douglas, Nebraska, pg 8B. Pete A & Fred (bro) Johnson
    Dora Nugent (sis)
    Louisa Johnson (mom).
  4914. 1930 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 61A. Gordon W & Osie Johnson.
  4915. 1920 Census, Jackson, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 73A. Gordon W & Ocie A Johnson.
  4916. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 6, Cooke, Texas, pg 243B. Arm???, Porter, Leslie, Barney, Claude, James, William, Bessie, Pauline, & Wese Johnston.
  4917. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 4, Denton, Texas, pg 29B. Armina, Porter, Leslie, Burnie, Claud, Jimmie, Willie, Bessie, Pauline, & Weezie Johnston.
  4918. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 1, Crosby, Texas, sheet 21A. AE Johnsen.
  4919. 1930 Census, Ralls, Crosby, Texas, pg 170B. Armina E Johnston
    Pauline (dau), Margie B, & Jane Richards.
  4920. Obituary, Lubbock Avalanche Journal, April 23, 1986. RALLS (Special) Services for Pauline Richards, 88, of Ralls will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the First United Methodist Church with the Rev. David Ray, pastor, and the Rev. E.R. McGregor, a retired minister, officiating.

    Burial will be in Ralls Cemetery under the direction of Carter-Adams Funeral Home.

    She died at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Ralls Nursing Home after a lengthy illness.

    She was born in Valley View and had lived in Ralls since December 1916, moving from Lockney. She married William "Hill" Richards Sept. 19, 1918, in Ralls. He died June 9, 1928. She was the former owner of Miladies Shoppe in Ralls and was the first librarian in Crosby County. She was a Methodist.

    Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. George (Jane) Blair of Lake Charles La.; four grandsons, and two great grandchildren.

  4921. 1851 Census Canada, Lansdowne, Leeds, Canada West, pg 11. George, Ellen, Robert, Margaret, & Jane Johnston.
  4922. 1881 Canadian Census, Lansdowne, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 70. Henry, Catharine Ann, Annie, Roland, John, Lottie, & Maggie Johnston.
  4923. 1901 Census, Lansdowne & Leeds (Front), Leeds, Ontarion, Canada, pg 6. Roland, Ann (mom), Charlott (sis), & Jenny (sis) Johnston.
  4924. 1881 Canadian Census, Lansdowne Front, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 1. Robert Webster, Frances Emelia, Agnes Delia, Norman Ramsey, Isabela Ann, Jenet Elizabeth, Catherine Amilea, Robert Bruce, George Ferris, Margaret & Ida Francis Johnston.
  4925. 1901 Census, Lansdowne & Leeds (Front), Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 6. Robert, Francis, George F, & Ida F Johnston.
  4926. 1851 Census Canada, Escott, Leeds, Canada West, pg 28. William, Sarah Ann, Margaret, & John W Jonstone
    Caroline Floyd.
  4927. 1881 Canadian Census, Pakenham, Lanark North, Ontario, Canada, pg 50. William, Sarah Ann, & Margaret Johnston
    Mary Ann Kirk.
  4928. 1911 Census, Subdistrict 11, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 14. George, Mary J, & Lettia Goodall
    Roland Johnston.
  4929. 1930 Census, Precinct 7, Lamar, Texas, pg 243A. Hubert L, Jewel A, Mellie V, Helen, & Zella O Johnston.
  4930. Obituary. From an unnamed and undated obituary: 'Addie Jewel Johnston of Blossom died at St. Joseph's Hospital at 10:10 a.m. Saturday. Sep. 24. Services were held Monday, Sep. 26, at Fry & Gibbs Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Robert Myre officiating. Burial was in East Post Oak Cemetery. Mrs. Johnston was born Jan. 19, 1906, in Fort Towson, OK, a daughter of Jim Loveless and Lillie Phillips Loveless. She attended East Post Oak and Mosley schools. She married Huburt [sic] Johnston in June 1923. He died in 1963. Surviving are three daughters, Helen Taber of Tucson, AZ, Zella Fox of Denver, CO and Charlotta Jones of Mesquite; one son, Hurburt Johnston of Blossom; 18 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and a brother, Paul Loveless of Paris. She was preceded in death by three daughters, Violet Danhauer in 1985, Sybil Johnston in 1932 and Winona Emilio in 1965, and a son, Ben Johnston in 1980.
  4931. SSDI, 525-66-4676.
  4932. 1850 Census, Ottawa, Lasalle, Illinois, pg 194A. John T, Mary A, & Mary J Johnson
    Margaret, Jemima, & Manirva Sappington.
  4933. 1901 Census, Lansdowne & Leeds (Front), Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 3. Norman R, Lola, Elizabeth, Mawell, Archie J, Catherine J, Lola B & Bruce N Johnston.
  4934. 1920 Census, Boise, Ada, Idaho, pg 127A. Ray L, Ruby M, Russell G, & Marguerite E Johnston.
  4935. 1930 Census, Caldwell, Canyon, Idaho, pg 71A. Ray L, Ruby M, Russell, Marguerite, Lloyd, Lois, & Leila Johnston.
  4936. 1910 Census, East St Louis Ward 7, St Clair, Illinois, pg 63B. Charles T, Patience, Clyde S, Estell F (dauinlaw), & Charles T (gson) Jones
    Lena Shafer (servant).
  4937. 1920 Census, Centerville, St. Clair, Illinois, pg 86A. Charles F, Patience E, Clyde, Stella (dauinlaw), & Charles (gson) Jones
    Jesse (dau) & Douglas J (gson) Bintliff
    Elizabeth & Ruth Hitchings (lodgers).
  4938. 1900 Census, East St Louis Ward 7, St Clair, Illinois, pg 200A. Charles T, Patience E, Clyde C, Jessie A, Earle T, & Reine C Jones.
  4939. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 275B. Clifford & Stella Jones.
  4940. SSDI, 344-03-8744.
  4941. 1930 Census, Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 229B. Finis, Jessie, & Jessie Jones.
  4942. 1900 Census, Holly, Oakland, Michigan, pg 13B. Frank C, Clara A, Maitland L, Roy D, & Howard B Jones.
  4943. 1930 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 161B. Frank H, Stella L, Earl J & Hazel L Jones
    Francis E Robison (minlaw).
  4944. 1920 Census, Precinct 3, Cooke, Texas, pg 150B. FH, Stela, Glem, Ray, Earl, & Hazznl Jones
    Frany Roberson (minlaw).
  4945. SSDI, 467-07-8084.
  4946. SSDI, 452-04-8776.
  4947. 1880 Census, District 21, Henry, Tennessee, pg 188A. Harrison S, Martha C, Anna E, Chestina B, William H, & Birdie Jones.
  4948. 1910 Census, Civil District 15, Henry, Tennessee, pg 45A. Henry M, Mary L, Julian P, Ruth E, & Clint M (bro) Jones
    Frank C Poyner (broinlaw).
  4949. 1920 Census, Civil District 15, Henry, Tennessee, pg 279A. Henry, Lina, Cooper, Ruth, & Mildred Jones.
  4950. SSDI, 411-62-1692.
  4951. 1870 Census, Seneca, Lenawee, Michigan, pg 527A. JP, Evaline, James M, Ella, & Addie Jones.
  4952. 1910 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 26B. John A, Vina, Thomas M, Dessie, Bessie E, Clifford, & George W Jones.
  4953. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 232A. John A, Vina, & John A Jones
    Theodore Heil (binlaw).
  4954. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 145A. John A, Vina, George, John, & Bonnie (niece) Jones
    Elbert Strange (laborer).
  4955. 1900 Census, Equality, Miller, Missouri, pg 19B. John A, Sarah E, Marry G, Thos M, Dessie J, Bessie E, & Cliford Jones
    Jack Buckhanan (boarder).
  4956. SSDI, 486-28-1317.
  4957. 1900 Census, Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 249B. John P, Susan, Thomas, Maude, & May Jones.
  4958. 1910 Census, 1-Wd Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 180B. JP, Susan, & Thomas Jones
    Gertrude Anderson (stepdau)
    John W Groves.
  4959. 1920 Census, Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 173A. John P, Susan, May, & Thomas W Jones
    Mary Strawhun (sisnlaw).
  4960. 1930 Census, Shipman, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 158A. John & Jennie Stevens
    John R Jones (uncle)
    Ruth Jones (niece).
  4961. 1881 British Census, Minsterley, Shropshire, England, pg 5. John P, Lizzie P, Joseph JP, & William TP Jones.
  4962. 1900 Census, Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 233B. Joseph J & Mava A Jones.
  4963. 1910 Census, 4-Wd Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 230A. Joseph, Mava, Eunice, Finis, & John P Jones.
  4964. 1920 Census, Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 173B. Joseph, Emma, Finis, & John P Jones
    Fern M & Vera Montgomery (step kids)
    Elinor & Mava Jones.
  4965. 1930 Census, Staunton, Macoupin, Illinois, pg 229B. Joseph J, Emma, Elnora, Mava, & Joseph E Jones.
  4966. Obituary, Staunton Star-Times, Vol. 20 No. 31, Thursday February 11, 1926. “MOTHER” JONES CLAIMED BY DEATH
    VENERABLE LADY PASSED AWAY FRIDAY MORNING AT HOME OF HER DAUGHTER.

    Mrs. Susan Jones, wife of J.P. Jones, passed away peacefully Friday morning at 8:10 o'clock, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Holland, after having suffered for many weeks from a complication of ailments due to old age. She had been in ill health for the past several years, but her condition became serious about three months ago.
    Mrs. Jones, whose maiden name was Susan Strawhun, was born at Warsaw, Mo., on April 1 1848, hence attaining the age of 77 years, 10 months and 4 days. During the Civil War she met James Snell, a union soldier, who was with a detachment of troops stationed in that territory. Their acquaintance ripened into love and at the close of the war Mr. Snell claimed her as his bride and they came to Staunton to reside. Their union was a happy one, and two children come to brighten their lives. In 1892 the husband and father was called by the grim reaper, and the widow was forced to provide for herself and family. For a time she conducted a dressmaking establishment, but later conducted the City Hotel, where her culinary skill and efficient management proved highly successful, and the traveling public as well as local people, came to partake of “Mother's” excellent cuisine. In 1897 she was again united in marriage, this time to J.P. Jones, who survives her. Some twelve years ago she disposed of the hotel and with the exception of a year spent in Florida, she has made her home in or near this city.
    Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon, short services being conducted at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.W. Holland, at 1 o'clock, after which the funeral sermon was preached by Rev. L.G. Beers at the Methodist church. The Junior Choir of the church sang several beautiful selections. Six of Mrs. Jones' friends of long standing acted as pall bearers: C.R. Wall, Henry J. Burns, Geo. A. Roberts, Fred Allen, Thos. Whobrey and J.W.P. Kerr. Internment was made at the Staunton City Cemetery.
    Those left to mourn her death are the husband, J.P. Jones who now resides in Bowling Green, Fla; two daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Holland and Mrs. Bessie Ackers; 7 grandchildren, Mrs. Myrtle Taylor of Belleville, Mrs. Beatrix Hammond of Gillespie, Mrs. Marie Moser, Mrs. Virginia Mueller, Mrs. Joe Wolf, and John Ackers of this city, and Albert Ackers of Sweetwater, Texas; also eleven great grandchildren. Four children of Mr. Jones by a former marriage, who looked upon their stepmother with a reverence usually accorded only to a mother, also survive: Joseph Jones of this city, Mrs. Maud Williams of Gillespie, and Tom Jones and Mrs. May Woods of Bowling Green. Fla.
    “Mother” Jones was a good woman. Her life was a busy one, but she ever found time to bestow acts of kindness upon those less fortunate than herself. She lavished the love and care of a mother on her grandchildren and stepchildren as well as on her daughters, and no mother was ever revered more than was she by her family. She was a member of the Methodist church, and gave freely of her means to support that institution.
    When at last the specter of death drew near, she reaped the reward of her kindly life. Those to whom she had been a mother willingly and lovingly gave her every care during the long hours of suffering until death came as a soothing relief.
    A good, Christian woman has gone to her reward. Her life was one of devotion to family and friends. May she rest in exceeding peace.

  4967. Obituary, Staunton Star-Times, Friday December 6, 1912. Mava JARMAN, wife of Joe JONES, who died at the Granite City hospital at 4:40 a.m. Nov. 27th, was the sixth child of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley JARMAN and was born near Staunton on January 29, 1881. On December 24, 1899 she was married to Joe JONES and three children were born to the union, Eunice, Finis and John Paul, the youngest is aged 8 years. She was not a member of any church but took an active interest in a class of boys and girls which she taught in the Christian Sunday School. Up until the time of her death she had not feared that she would not survive the operation and in her last illness, as during her life, she saw the brighter side of life. The funeral services were held from the home on the afternoon of Nov. 29 and were conducted by Rev. E. N. GOFF, pastor of the Presbyterian church. The services were largely attended. She leaves to mourn her death her husband, three children, aged mother, two brothers, Otis and Oscar JARMAN of this city; five sisters, Mrs. Chas. BALLMAN of Electra, Texas; Mrs. T. R. THOMPSON, Mrs. R. D. DAMERON, Mrs. Beth MESSERLY of this city, and Miss Martha JARMAN a trained nurse in Chicago, besides a host of other relatives and many friends who have the sympathy of the entire community. [Buried in Staunton City Cemetery].
  4968. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 203C. ?L, SJ, JA, & GF Jones.
  4969. 1930 Census, District 6, Laurel, Kentucky, pg 179B. Matt G, Cindia J, Olford B, Lowell W, Loren, & Lily M Jones.
  4970. SSDI, 402-22-1588.
  4971. Obituary, Sentinel Echo, The (London, KY) - Tuesday, December 16, 2008. Offord B. Jones, 84, of London, passed away Monday, Dec. 8, 2008, in Atria of Cypresswood in Spring, Texas.

    He was born Dec. 9, 1923, in Laurel County, the son of Madison Garret Jones and Cindia Jane (Sweet) Jones. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He worked at Westinghouse and was a farmer and was a member and deacon at Robinson Creek Missionary Baptist Church.

    In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Anna Dee (Coffey) Jones; brothers, James, Jones, Denny Jones and Lowell Jones; and sister, Lorene Weaver.

    He is survived by his daughters, Kay (Calloway) Bird of Spring, Texas, and Carol (Wendell) Wagers and Joy (David) Mooney,both of London; sons, Roger (Becky) Jones, Doug (Tammy) Jones, Philip (Teresa) Jones and Lohren (Betty) Jones, all of London; sister, Nola Kelley of Montincello, Ky.; brother, Roy (Honne) Jones of Lousville; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

    Visitation will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today, Dec. 12, 2008, at London Funeral Home. Services will be 2 p.m. today, Dec.12, 2008, at London Funeral Home Chapel, with Geral Wells and Dennis Coffey officiating. Burial will be at Calebs-Coffey Cemetery in London. Pallbearers will be Cody Jones, Ryan Jones, Kris Mooney, Jason Bird, David Coffey and Mike Kelley. Honorary pallbearers will be Glenn Calebs, Jack Bolton, Ronnie Mullins, Bill Davis, Wendell Patterson, Mark Penley, Tony Penley, Denvil Davis, Rick Brewer and Donnie Williams.

  4972. SSDI, 407-20-8458.
  4973. SSDI, 293-30-9183.
  4974. SSDI, 404-48-2213.
  4975. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 66B. Susan, Robert Lee, Andrew, Lucy J, Martha E, & Sarah V Jones.
  4976. 1910 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 66B. Andrew, Sarah E, Grasie EJ, Susie E, Lesta M, Susan K (mom), Janie (sis), & Lucy (sis) Jones.
  4977. 1920 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Montague, Texas, pg 33A. Andrew, Sarah E, Grace, Susie, Vesta, Ruth, Elva, Joe, Susiam K (mom), & Lucy (sis) Jones.
  4978. 1880 Census, Tuscarora, Perry, Pennsylvania, pg 71B. Thomas & Mary Jones.
  4979. 1900 Census, Powhatan, Pocahontas, Iowa, pg 272A. Thomas & Mary C Jones.
  4980. SSDI, 459-17-5207.
  4981. SSDI, 492-07-8967.
  4982. 1900 Census, Miller, Phelps, Missouri, pg 255B. Alonzo, Clara, Leonard C, & William V Jordan.
  4983. SSDI, 429-24-2721.
  4984. SSDI, 363-24-4368.
  4985. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , White, Arkansas.
  4986. 1880 Census, Jackson, White, Arkansas, pg 132C. George, Martha, Mary S, & Sarah L Joiner.
  4987. 1900 Census, Denmark, White, Arkansas, pg 87A. James M, Nancy E, Conley, & Eulice Joyner.
  4988. 1910 Census, Harrison Twp, White, Arkansas, pg 116B. James M, Nancy E, James C, Eulys G, Julia E, Julian A, & Clyde Joyner.
  4989. SSDI, 429-34-7074.
  4990. 1900 Census, Jackson, White, Arkansas, pg 89A. Louis E, Georgia, William S, Zadie E, & James C Joyner.
  4991. 1860 Census, Jackson, White, Arkansas, pg 971A. Wm, Sarah, John, Mary, Geo, Sidney, & Infant Joiner.
  4992. 1870 Census, Jackson, White, Arkansas, pg 367B. WH, Sarah E, Mary F, George N, Sidy Ann, Sarah E, David E, Margaret E, & James M Joyner.
  4993. 1880 Census, Denmark, White, Arkansas, pg 140B. Sarah, Margret E, David E, James M, Julia C, & Lewis E Joyner
    Mary Rice (orphan).
  4994. 1900 Census, Jackson, White, Arkansas, pg 90A. John T, Sarah E, Alford L, Wesley A, Julius A, & Wylie E Middleton
    __tie Drivan (boarder)
    Sarah E Joyner (minlaw).
  4995. Probate, , White, Arkansas.
  4996. 1910 Census, Pelican, Otter Tail, Minnesota, pg 55A. Clissa, Mary, Arthur M & Della Jung.
  4997. 1920 Census, Ranger, Eastland, Texas, pg 148B. Arthur M Jung (boarder).
  4998. 1930 Census, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 17A. Arthur, Ethel B, Ethel May, & Daniel Jung.
  4999. 1910 Census, Adair, Camden, Missouri, pg 182B. Jessie W, Minnie, & Dorothy Justice.
  5000. 1920 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 146B. Jessie, Minnie, Dortha, Carl, Ruth, Georgie, & Lucy Justus.
  5001. 1930 Census, Eldon, Miller, Missouri, pg 235B. Minnie, Georgia, Lucy, & Dorene Justus.
  5002. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, March 6, 1996. Carl Justus, 85, Eldon, died Monday at St. Elizabeth Health Care Center. He was born July 28, 1910, in Miller County, the son of Jesse and Minnie Capps Justus. An Army veteran, he moved to Kansas City in 1955 and returned to Miller County in 1965. He worked as a mechanic at Cook Auto Repair, Bagnell.

    Survivors include: two sons, Virgil Justus and Richard Justus, both of Eldon; one daughter, Peggy Nunez, Eldon; one brother, Edward Craig, Tonasket, Wash.; and one sister, Doreen Cline, Tonasket; 17 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

    Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Riley Lamm Cemetery. The Rev. Eldon Myers will officiate. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. today at Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon.

  5003. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Wednesday, February 9, 1994. Ruth Jane Wood, 82, Eldon, died Tuesday in Eldon. She was born July 2, 1911, in Proctor, a daughter of Jesse and Minnie Capps Justus. She was married in 1928 to Richard Wood, who died in October 1988. She was a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Eldon.

    Survivors include one son, Gaithel Wood, Eldon; one step-daughter, Betty Rentschler, Eldon; one brother, Carl Justus, Eldon; two sisters, Dorene Cline, Tonasket, Wash., and Georgie Shepherd, Stover; a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Griswold-Kays Funeral Home, Eldon. The Rev. Gene Cain will officiate. Burial will be in the Riley Lamm Cemetery, Eldon. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday.

  5004. SSDI, 496-16-2538.
  5005. Obituary, Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune - September 2, 2010. Bernice 'Dorene' Cline
    Bernice "Dorene" Cline, age 88 of Tonasket died at her home on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010.

    Dorene was born Sept. 13, 1921 in Cooper Switch, Mo., to parents Jesse and Minni Justus. She grew up and attended school in Eldon, Mo. On Sept. 8, 1937 she married Walter Cline in Versailles, Mo. For the next 19 years she and Walter farmed in Missouri, raising crops and operating a dairy farm. In 1956 they moved their family to Tonasket where they worked in the apple industry. Following retirement in 1976, they purchased a home north of Tonasket.

    Dorene loved being in the surrounding mountains and caring for her grandchildren. She could never pass up a yard sale.

    She is survived by her son and wife, Jesse and Hope Cline of Tonasket; daughter and husband, Mary and Tom Corum of Tonasket; brother, Edward Craig of Oroville; a special friend and caregiver, Ann Cramer and family of Tonasket. Also, six grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and 10 great great grandchildren.

    She was preceded in death by her husband, Walt in 1995; also by four sisters and a brother.

    Services will be held on Friday, Sept. 3, 2010 at 11 a.m. at the Church of Christ in Tonasket, officiated by Steve Watts. Interment will be at the Tonasket Cemetery.

    Memorials donated to Hospice.

    Bergh Funeral Service of Oroville and Tonasket in care of arrangements.

  5006. SSDI, 450-26-2000.
  5007. SSDI, 416-03-0575.
  5008. 1850 Census, Southern District, Tishomingo, Mississippi, pg 154. James C, Malinda, & James G Kay.
  5009. 1860 Census, , Tishomingo, Mississippi, pg 391. James C, Margaret H, Bilzy J, John W, Nancy M, & Christopher C Kay.
  5010. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Colbert, Alabama.
  5011. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Ellis, Texas.
  5012. SSDI, 413-26-6229.
  5013. SSDI, 408-30-0588.
  5014. SSDI, 465-36-9632.
  5015. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 23B. Benjamin F & Hattie J Kehr.
  5016. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 275B. BF, Hettie, & Claude Kehr
    Clarence (neph) & Geneva (niece) Kehr.
  5017. Obituary, The Eldon Advertiser, May 1976. Claude Franklin Kehr, 70, of Kansas City, a native of Bagnell, died May 19, 1976, while vacationing in Fremont, Calif. He was born Aug. 20, 1905, at Bagnell to Benjamine Frankline and Hettie Howser Kehr. He was married to Veva Helen Moore.

    He was employed as a switchman for the Santa Fe Railroad before retiring in 1971 after 30 years of service. He was a member of the Ruby Avenue Baptist Church and the Ben Hur Lodge 322 in Kansas City.

    Surviving him are his wife; two sons, Dale F. Kehr, Oak Forrest, Ill., and Dr. Jerry Kehr, Fremont, Calif.; and four grandchildren.

    Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Philips Funeral Home, Eldon, with the Rev. Donald Wainwright officiating. Burial was in the Eldon Cemetery.

  5018. Obituary, Daily Capital News - May 21, 1976. Claude Kehr dies at age 70

    Claude F. Kehr, 70, Fremont, Calif., and former Eldon area resident, died Wednesday in Washington Hospital, Fremont, Calif.

    He was born Aug. 30, 1905, in Bagnell, the son of Benjamin Franklin and Hettie Howser Kehr. He was married to Veva Helen Moore, who survives.

    Mr. Kehr was a switchman for the Santa Fe Railroad for more than 30 years until his retirement in 1971.

    He was a member of the Ben Hur Lodge No. 322, AF & AM, Kansas City, and the Ruby Avenue Baptist Church, Kansas City, Kan.

    Other survivors include two sons, Dr. Jerry Kehr, Fremont, Calif., and Dale F. Kehr, Oak Forest, Ill., and four grandchildren.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Phillips Funeral Chapel, Eldon, with the Rev. Don Wainwright officiating. Burial will be in the Eldon City Cemetery.

  5019. Obituary, The Chillicothe Constitution Tribune - November 2, 1971. Charles B. Kehr A Retired Farmer

    Died Monday at His Home in Chillicothe.

    Charles B Kehr retired farmed died unexpectedly at 3:20 o'clock Monday afternoon at his home, 1705 Jackson street. Mr. Kehr was 77.

    A son of John Wesley Kehr and (Clara L Brown) Kehr, he was born Dec 4, 1893 at Bagnell Mo.

    Mr. Kehr attended school and resided at Bagnell until 1926, when he moved to Meadville. He farmed there until 1940 and then moved to a farm 5 miles east of Chillicothe, where he resided until he retired and moved to Chillicothe in 1968.

    On April 7, 1912 he married Miss Nancy Jane Conner at Bagnell. She survives of the home.

    He is also survived by three daughters, Mrs. Ben (Iriene) Cooper, Chillicothe, Mrs. Elmer (Ila) Leppin, Meadville, and Mrs. Kenneth (Ilda) Boyles, Meadville. He also leave 9 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

    Mr. Kehr was preceded in death by a child in infancy and a brother and a sister.

    Memorial services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the Meadville Baptist Church. Rev Harry Clifton will officiate. Interment will be in the Wheeling cemetery.

    The body will be in state at the Norman Funeral Home until noon and will then be removed to the church to be in state until the hour of the service.

    ***Note, there was no punctuation in the article. I added for clarity, and ease of reading.

  5020. Obituary, Daily Capital News - November 5, 1968. Ollie R. Kehr dies at hospital

    Ollie R. Kehr, 69, of Tipton, a former resident of Eldon, died Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital in Jefferson City.

    Mr. Kehr was born Aug. 9, 1889, in Miller County, the son of George and Mary Conner Kehr. He was married in 1945 to Viola Conner. She survives.

    Other survivors include: Two sons, Gerald Kehr, Olean, Lloyd Kehr, Kansas City, Kan.; one daughter, Miss Phyllis Kehr, Jefferson City.

    Four brothers, Ed Kehr, Kansas City, Leonard Kehr, Pittsburg, Kan., Alvin Kehr and Fred Kehr, both of Eldon.

    Four sisters, Mrs. Faye Vievins, Lawrence, Kan., Mrs. Chloe Luttrell, Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Fern Hovis, St. Louis, Mrs. Geraldine Dean, LaGrange, Ill.; and four grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Aurora Springs Baptist Church with the Rev. Clint Roberson officiating. Burial will be in the Dooley Cemetery.

    Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon is in charge of the arrangements.

  5021. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 23B. John W, Clara W, William C, & Charles B Kehr.
  5022. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 24B. Levy, Alice, Martha, Mary, & Annie Kehr.
  5023. SSDI, 567-18-3389.
  5024. 1910 Census, Glaze, Miller, Missouri, pg 53B. Perry O, Lora B, Clarence, Jesse, & Roy Kehr.
  5025. 1930 Census, Metz, Vernon, Missouri, pg 199A. Perry, Bess, & Roy Kehr.
  5026. Obituary, The Miller County Autogram Sentinel, June 2003. Jesse J. Kehr, 99, of Eldon, died Monday, June 2, 2003, at Eldon Health Care Center. He was born Aug. 12, 1903, in Bagnell to Perry Oliver and Lora Howser Kehr. On Oct. 7, 1932, he was married in Linn to Pauline “Brooks” Haynes, who survives at the home.

    Mr. Kehr worked for the Missouri Pacific Railroad for 10 years and Union Electric for 14 years. He co-owned Kehr and Haynes Feed Store and co-owned and operated Kehr’s Pool Hall for many years. He attended the Christian Church.

    Also surviving are a son, Doug Kehr of Jefferson City; a daughter, Carol Stith of Lake Ozark; nine grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. One daughter, Sula Connell, preceded him in death.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon with the Rev. Jay Quinn officiating. Burial will be in Eldon Cemetery. Visitation was held from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to the Dream Factory.

  5027. Obituary, Jefferson City News-Tribune - June 4, 2003. Jessie J. Kehr, age 99, of Eldon, MO, died June 2, 2003 at Eldon Health Care, Eldon, MO.

    He was born on August 12, 1903 in Bagnell, MO, a son of Perry Oliver and Lora Howser Kehr. On October 7, 1932 in Linn, MO he was married to Pauline "Brooks" Haynes who survives at the home. He had worked for the Missouri Pacific Railroad for 10 years, for Union Electric for 14 years, Co-owned Kehr and Haynes Feed Store and Co-owned and operated Kehr's Pool Hall for many years.

    He had attended the Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Brooks Kehr; a son, Doug Kehr of Jefferson City; and a daughter, Carol Stith of Lake Ozark; Also, nine grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Sula Connell and two brothers, Clarence and Roy Kehr and a sister, Geneva Kehr.

    Services will be at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 5, 2003 at the Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon, MO. Rev. Jay Quinn will officiate. Interment will be in the Eldon City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday at the Rekus Funeral Home in Eldon.

  5028. SSDI, 044-36-4963.
  5029. Obituary, Jefferson City Post-Tribune - March 1, 1972. Mrs. Kehr, Eldon, dies

    Mrs. Bess E. Kehr, 82; of Eldon, died Sunday at her home.

    Mrs. Kehr was born Nov. 14, 1889, at High Point, the daughter of Charles and Eleanor Pountain Lawgaugh. She was married July 30, 1923, at Eldon, to Harry Oliver Kehr, who died in 1953.

    Survivors include: A son, Richard Kehr, Boonville; a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Johnson, Bullhead, Ariz.; two stepsons, Clarence Kehr and Jess Kehr, both of Eldon; a stepdaughter, Geneva Kehr, West Palm Beach, Fla.; five grand children and 14 great-grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. A.L. Alexander and the Rev. Walter D. Simpson officiating. Burial will be in Eldon Cemetery.

  5030. 1920 Census, Pine Island, Goodhue, Minnesota, pg 160B. Glenn R & Miriam M Keller.
  5031. 1930 Census, Mantorville, Dodge, Minnesota, pg 240A. Glenn R, Mirriam M, Evelyn L, Jayce F, Lowell R, & Shirley A Keller.
  5032. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Fergus, Montana.
  5033. SSDI, 476-28-5014.
  5034. SSDI, 468-28-4936.
  5035. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 3, Titus, Texas, pg 216B. Wallace R, Olive, & Lela Kelley.
  5036. 1920 Census, Mount Pleasant, Titus, Texas, pg 133A. Wallace H, Olive, Lella, Morris, & Audrey Kelley.
  5037. 1900 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri, pg 250A. Charles A & Cora E King
    Mrs Mary A Kelly (mominlaw).
  5038. 1870 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri, pg 737A. AN, Mary A, & Clara C Kelly
    Wm A Thornhill
    Mary A Smith
    Robert ?agley
    Andrew & Julia A Thornhill.
  5039. Obituary, May 25, 1907, Saturday, Cassville Democrat, Barry Co., Missouri. Mrs. Mary A. Kelly who died recently at Corsicana was born in Gasconade County, MO in 1840, and was married to Phillip A. Thornhill, who died in a few years and then she was married the late Amos N. Kelly. She was 67 years old at the time of her death. She had been a member of the Christian Church for thirty-seven years, and had lived a consistent Christian life, that all her friends can testify, too. She left two sisters and two brothers to mourn her death. This world has been better by her having lived. Sweet will be the memory of her life.
  5040. 1900 Census, Walnut, Adair, Missouri, pg 208B. George, Liza J, Maud, & Ellen Kelley.
  5041. 1910 Census, Easley, Macon, Missouri, pg 39B. George P, Elizabeth J, & Ellen F Kelly.
  5042. 1920 Census, Easley, Macon, Missouri, pg 89B. George P & Elizabeth Kelley
    Fay Davis (dau).
  5043. 1930 Census, South Gifford, Macon, Missouri, pg 63A. Elizabeth J Kelley
    Ralph R, Fay E (dau), Madaline M, & Romajean M Poston.
  5044. 1910 Census, Easley, Macon, Missouri, pg 39B. Walter L & Bertha M Eline.
  5045. 1880 Census, Rocky Station, Lee, Virginia, pg 210C. Vincent H, Eliza, James H, Mary H, John H, Rosa L, & Mathison Kelly.
  5046. 1910 Census, Lower Dry Creek, Walla Walla, Washington, pg 5A. Judge P & Myrtle L (sis) Kelly.
  5047. 1920 Census, Lincoln, Walla Walla, Washington, pg 100B. Judd P, Elsie M, & James W Kelly.
  5048. SSDI, 531-16-1901.
  5049. 1930 Census, Gose, Walla Walla, Washington, pg 255A. Jud P, Elsie M, Wallace, & Patricia Kelly
    WH Phillipi.
  5050. SSDI, 534-18-7349.
  5051. SSDI, 539-20-8140.
  5052. 1920 Census, Precinct 1, Montague, Texas, pg 94A. Mary E Kelsaw
    Bulah & Ernest L Sappington.
  5053. 1900 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 36A. James J, Permelia, Monroe, Hubert A, Cecil E, & Willard E Kelsay.
  5054. 1910 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 143A. Jasper, Permalia, Orlando, Cecil E, & Willard E Kelsay.
  5055. 1880 Census, Franklin, Miller, Missouri, pg 262A. Jas J, PA, SE, & CA Kelsey.
  5056. Obituary, Jefferson City Post Tribune, Tuesday, October 1, 1996. Leland Delbert Kelsay, 79, Jefferson City, died Monday at Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital, Columbia. He was born June 7, 1917, in Eldon, a son of Lora "Bunk" and Sarah Adeline Conner Kelsay. He was married Aug. 5, 1942, in Tuscumbia, to Roberta Evelyn Strange, who survives at the home.

    An Army veteran of World War II, he farmed near Latham until his retirement in 1986, when he moved to Jefferson City. He also was employed by Cargill Inc., California. He was a member of Hopewell Baptist Church, Barnett, and the 534th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battery B
    Reunion Group.

    Other survivors include: six daughters, Sharon Hartman, Irving, Texas, and Janice Kelsay, Joyce Boudria, Beverly Kelsay, Lisa Mahaney and Valerie Moore, all of Jefferson City; one son, Brent Kelsay, Florissant; three sisters, Margie Hees, Jamestown, Lois McBroom, Latham, and Pauline Norris, Long Beach, Calif.; seven grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren.

    Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Dulle-Trimble Funeral Home. The Rev. Paul Larimore will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society or the American Lung Association.

  5057. Obituary, www.dulletrimble.com . ROBERTA EVELYN STRANGE KELSAY

    Jefferson City, Missouri
    June 18, 1925 - November 21, 2006

    Roberta Evelyn Strange Kelsay, 81, of Jefferson City, died Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2006, at her residence. She was born on June 18, 1925 in Jefferson City, the daughter of Clarence Wesley and Cora Ellen Cotten Strange. She was married on Aug. 5, 1942 in Tuscumbia, MO, to Leland Delbert Kelsay, who died on Oct. 1, 1996. A homemaker, Mrs. Kelsay was a member of Hopewell Union Church in Barnett. She loved her family above all else and worked tirelessly raising her children and enjoying her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her handcrafted pillows, dolls, teddy bears, and stuffed animals were cherished by all family members. Survivors include six daughters and two sons-in-law, Sharon and Kenneth Hartman, Irving, TX; Janice Kelsay, Jefferson City; Joyce and Russell Boudria, Jefferson City; Beverly Kelsay, Jefferson City; Lisa Mahaney, Jefferson City; and Valerie Kelsay, Jefferson City; one son, Brent Kelsay, Warrensburg, MO; nine grandchildren, Brian Hartman, Jennifer Troy, Jeannie Nelson, Jordan Mahaney, Ashley Boudria, Samantha Boudria, Megan Moore, Kaitlin Moore, and Trevor Kelsay; seven great-grandchildren, Kelsay Nelson, Victoria Nelson, Chance Nelson, Alexandria Hartman, Nickolas Hartman, Kennedy Troy, and Jake Troy; one sister, Dean Gover, Trimble, MO; two sisters-in-law, Pauline Norris, Long Beach, CA; and Lois and Lank McBroom, Latham, MO; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one great-grandson, Tyler James Nelson; three brothers; and five sisters. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, 2006, at Dulle-Trimble Funeral Home. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery. Visitation will be 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital, 800 Hospital Drive, Columbia, MO 65201; or Arthritis Foundation, 9433 Olive Blvd., Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63132. Those wishing to email tributes or condolences to the family may do so at the www.dulletrimble.com website.

  5058. SSDI, 458-10-8116.
  5059. SSDI, 451-74-6715.
  5060. Obituary, Odessa American, The (TX) - Tuesday, December 9, 1997. AUSTIN -- Cornelia Kennedy, 91, of Austin died Saturday, Dec. 6, 1997, in Austin.

    Services will be held at 3 p.m. today in the Colonial Chapel of Cook-Walden Funeral Home with the Rev. Woody Berry officiating. Burial will be at Austin Memorial Park. Arrangements by Cook-Walden Funeral Home.

    She was born in Austin and was a Baptist.

    SURVIVORS: Daughters, Evelyn Byrom of Austin, Jerry Hudson of Georgetown and Barbara Craig of Odessa; brother, Curtis Mosteller of Austin; sister, Ruth Wolfe of Austin; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
    .

  5061. Obituary, Austin American-Statesman (TX) - Sunday, December 28, 2008 . Evelyn Louise Byrom

    Evelyn Louise Byrom, age 82, of Austin, Texas, passed away on Sunday, December 21, 2008. She was born on December 18,1926, in Austin, Texas, to Evelyn Cornelia ( Mosteller ) Kennedy and Archie Pinkney Kennedy. She enjoyed her childhood on Elm Street in Austin with two younger sisters, Jerry and Barbara. Evelyn attended Mathews Elementary School and played at West Austin Park. She graduated from Austin High School, and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin in 1948. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi Women's Fraternity. After college Evelyn worked at the Texas Education Agency.

    Evelyn married John Frank Byrom, formerly of Gatesville, Texas, in 1952. They worshipped at the University Presbyterian Church for over 50 years. Evelyn and "Johnny" raised two sons, Bill and Bob, while operating an onion farming business in Del Valle near the Austin Bergstrom Airport. Evelyn worked about 20 years as bookkeeper for the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. She lovingly cared for her husband John at home as he weakened from ALS, until he passed away in 2003.

    She had many friends in Austin who admired her loving and kind character, full of compassion for others. A ready smile and encouragement met old friends and new acquaintances. Evelyn enjoyed gardening, needlework, and family and church activities. She loved music and enjoyed playing both piano and organ. She was a charter member of the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin.

    For the final two years of her life, Evelyn lived at Brighton Gardens Assisted Living in Austin. She had loving assistance by staff at Brighton Gardens and caregivers from Practical Care Continuum and Odyssey Hospice. Evelyn made many new friends at this final home.

    Evelyn's parents Archie Pinkney Kennedy and Evelyn Cornelia ( Mosteller ) Kennedy and her husband John Frank Byrom preceded her in death. Her son John William Byrom lives in Irving, Texas. Her son Robert Lawrence Byrom lives in Mountain View, California, with his wife Laurel Anne McClure and children John Samuel Byrom and Rebecca Taylor Byrom. Evelyn's sister Geraldine (Jerry) Hudson lives with her husband Ray in Georgetown, Texas. Evelyn's sister Barbara Jean Craig lives in Odessa, Texas. Aunt Ruth Wolfe, 96 years old, lives near Austin. Numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins survive Evelyn.

    Graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m., on Tuesday, December 30, 2008, at Austin Memorial Park Cemetery on 2800 Hancock Drive. Memorial services will follow at 3:30 p.m., at University Presbyterian Church, 2203 San Antonio St., Austin, Texas.

    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to University Presbyterian Church, Heifer International at http:www.heifer.org, Doctors Without Borders at http:www.doctorswithoutborders.org, or Grameen Foundation at http:www.grameenfoundation.org.

  5062. 1870 Census, Bowman, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 161A. Geo H, Mary, William R, Marietta, Charles T, & Liddy J Kent.
  5063. 1880 Census, Bowman, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 202C. George H, Mary, William R, Mary E, Charles T, & Lydia J Kent
    Rufus N, Mary J, James C, Samuel P, Martain ?, Thomas W, Anderson R, Mary E, Walter C, & John H Johnson.
  5064. 1900 Census, Bowman, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 13B. George H & Mary Kent.
  5065. 1910 Census, Bowman, Sullivan, Missouri, pg 13A. Charles, Mary, Ramond, Nelson, Mary E, Cliff, & George (dad) Kent.
  5066. 1880 Census, Ellington, Outagamie, Wisconsin, pg 178D. ML, Mary A, & Louis J Kenyon.
  5067. 1870 Census, Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, pg 173A. Matthias S, Mary A, Wallace, Ida, & Wallace Kenyon.
  5068. 1850 Census, Dekorra, Columbia, Wisconsin, pg 170B. Marry Kenyon.
  5069. familysearchlabs.org.
  5070. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Baker, Oregon.
  5071. 1930 Census, District 183, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, pg 154A. Oliver A, Irene E, & Carol Kernahan.
  5072. 1880 Census, Spring Valley, Nuckolls, Nebraska, pg 245B. Geo Follette
    James & Ella J Kesterson
    Mary Hendeson
    SJ Weaver.
  5073. 1900 Census, Superior City, Nuckolls, Nebraska, pg 22B. James H, Ella J, Zona, & Lombard R Kesterson.
  5074. 1910 Census, 2-Wd Superior, Nuckolls, Nebraska, pg 22A. James H & Ella J Kesterson.
  5075. 1910 Census, 2-Wd Superior, Nuckolls, Nebraska, pg 22A. Raymend L & Matilda B Kesterson.
  5076. 1850 Census, District 75, Ray, Missouri, pg 345A. James B, Catharine, Citty, Mary, John & James Kesterson.
  5077. 1860 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 176. Jas, Catharine, Catherine, Mary A, Jno, James, Parker, Frances, & (no name) Kesterson.
  5078. 1870 Census, Belmont, Otoe, Nebraska, pg 353B. JB, K, PJ, LT, WE, DS, & ME Kesterson.
  5079. 1880 Census, De Witt, Saline, Nebraska, pg 151D. James B, Catherin, Lara F & Mattie E Kesterson.
  5080. 1900 Census, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, pg 174A. Catherine, William, David, & Mattie Kesterson.
  5081. 1885 Nebraska Census, Village of Dewitt,Saline,Nebraska. Catherine, Fannie, & Mattie Kesterson.
  5082. 1880 Census, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, pg 654D. John C, Susie C, & David J (bro) Resterson
    Maggie Hughs (maid).
  5083. 1910 Census, Fairbury Pct, Jefferson, Nebraska, pg 86A. William A, David J (bro), & Mattie (sis) Kesterson.
  5084. 1920 Census, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, pg 194A. William, Dave (bro), & Mattie (sis) Kesterson.
  5085. 1930 Census, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, pg 216A. David & Mattie (sis) Kesterson.
  5086. 1910 Census, 4-Wd Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, pg 254A. Lon C, Dollie, LaVere C Kesterson
    Francis J Warren (binlaw).
  5087. SSDI, 453-46-9423.
  5088. Obituary, Temple Daily Telegram - January 4, 2008. Ora Lee Keyes

    Graveside services for Ora Lee Keyes, 79, of Temple will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Bellwood Memorial Park in Temple with the Rev. Ernest Thompson officiating.

    Mrs. Keyes died Thursday at a local hospital.

    She was born in Pittsburg, Okla., to James Warner and Gladys Fay Strange Warner. She married Robert E. Keyes in Pharr on Jul. 24, 1952. She had been a resident of Temple for the past 13 years, moving here from Houston. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband on Dec. 23, 1997.

    Survivors are a daughter, Robin Burleson of Temple; a brother, James Warner of Cypress; two sisters, Alveretta Amthor of Leander and Betty Jo Allen of Alamo; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
    Harper-Talasek Funeral Home in Temple is in charge of arrangements.

  5089. SSDI, 454-46-4879.
  5090. SSDI, 442-05-9265 .
  5091. 1910 Census, Gowen, Latimer, Oklahoma, pg 15A. Jessie, Bessie, Anna, & Nellie Kiad
    Mattie Towns (sisnlaw).
  5092. World War I Draft Registration Cards, , Latimer, Oklahoma.
  5093. 1930 Census, Dawson, Tulsa, Oklahoma, pg 146B. Leo, Nellie, & Lena Townsend
    Jess, Bessie, Arnie, Ruth, JR, Mary, & Jessie Kidd.
  5094. 1870 Census, Owosso, Shiawassee, Michigan, pg 341A. Wellington, Elizabeth, Elton, & Dora Kidder.
  5095. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan.
  5096. 1920 Census, Deer Creek, Bates, Missouri, pg 26B. James & Samatha Kidwell.
  5097. 1910 Census, Kansas Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri, pg. James A & Samantha M Kidwell.
  5098. 1900 Census, Justice Precinct 2, Colorado, Texas, pg 70A. James ?, Mellise, & Edwin Kidwell
    Miles Kidwell.
  5099. 1880 Census, Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, pg 527A. Jas E, Mary B, Lawrence, & Laura E Kidwell
    Sarah A (sis-in-law) & Berthia B (niece) Crane.
  5100. 1930 Census, Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri, pg 33A. James A & Samanthe Kidwell.
  5101. SSDI, 486-10-4617.
  5102. 1881 Canadian Census, Crosby South, Leeds South, Ontario, Canada, pg 58. Arden, Adaline, Nettie, Elizabeth, Sophronia, Herbert Morden, & Jessie Kilborn.
  5103. 1920 Census, Saline, Miller, Missouri, pg 239A. Robert H, Ella E, & Ross E Killgore.
  5104. SSDI, 498-14-1326.
  5105. 1920 Census, Knoxville, Ray, Missouri, pg 37A. Earl, Maud, & William O Kincaid
    William F (finlaw) & Clayberne A (binlaw) Yoakum.
  5106. SSDI, 474-16-0121.
  5107. 1910 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri, pg 166A. Charley A, Cora E, E??lyn ?, & Charley E King.
  5108. 1920 Census, Noel, McDonald, Missouri, pg 181A. Charles A, Cora E, & Ethlynn King.
  5109. 1930 Census, McMillan, McDonald, Missouri, pg 98A. Charles A & Cora E King
    Ethlin T (dau) & Otto E (soninlaw) ???iman.
  5110. 1900 Census, Schell City, Vernon, Missouri, pg 14B. James, Emma P, Nova, Clide, Mary, & John King.
  5111. 1910 Census, Schell City, Vernon, Missouri, pg 104A. James, Emma, Mary, & John King.
  5112. 1920 Census, Bacon, Vernon, Missouri, pg 13B. James, Emma, & Bernice King
    Mattie Elledge (sisnlaw).
  5113. 1930 Census, Bacon, Vernon, Missouri, pg 6B. Sarah E Rhodes
    James King (boarder).
  5114. 1910 Census, Wyanett, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 45A. Louis J, May, Clara, & Howard King
    William Harrington (hired).
  5115. 1920 Census, Princeton, Mille Lacs, Minnesota, pg 62B. Louis, May, Clara, & Howard King.
  5116. 1930 Census, Fargo, Cass, North Dakota, pg 276B. Louis J, Martha M, & Howard J King.
  5117. North Dakota Death Index.
  5118. 1870 Census, Maple Lake, Wright, Minnesota, pg 8. Robert, Jane, Margaret, & Maria King.
  5119. 1920 Census, St Cloud Ward 1, Stearns, Minnesota, pg 89A. Simon D, Clara, Mayme L, Sadie E, David E, & Robert E McVeety
    Jane King (minlaw)
    Gladys E McVeety.
  5120. 1910 Census, Bradford, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 12B. RJ, Hattie F, & Can????? King.
  5121. 1920 Census, Bradford, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 187B. Jim, Harriet, Carmen, & Byron King.
  5122. 1930 Census, Cambridge, Isanti, Minnesota, pg 189B. Robert J, Hattie F, Byron A, & Alden J King.
  5123. 1901 Census, Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, Leeds, Ontario, Canada, pg 8. Will