Concord Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

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GERMAN, Cora Stella (WILKERSON) June 11, 1888
Barry Co., MO
May 1, 1967
Wichita,
Sedgwick Co., KS
Research Note: She was a daughter of D. W. Wilkerson and Sarah Catherine Davidson. Cora Wilkerson, age 17, married Gentry Harrison German, age 17 on Mar. 11, 1906 in Barry Co., MO. She was the mother of the infant "Eston", Esther Geneva, Ephron Charles, Ernest, Katherine, Dorothy G., and Helen Aubra. This is my grandmother. - March 7, 1908, Cassville Democrat - El Paso News: Gentry German moved to Epp Higg's place last week. Note
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GERMAN, Ephron Eugene Dec. 5, 1934
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 19, 1934
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a child of Ephron Charles and Leah Irene (Broadvent) German. Headstone
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GERMAN, Hollis Floyd June 21, 1937 Aug. 1, 1937 Research Note: He was a child of Ephron Charles and Leah Irene (Broadvent) German. There is a tombstone. Headstone
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GERMAN, Infant Abt. 1909
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Abt. 1909
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: There is a large rock at his gravesite. His mother, Cora Stella (Wilkerson) German requested to be buried by his side. His father was Gentry Harrison German. Family Stories
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GIPSON, Charles R. Nov. 28, 1881 Oct. 25, 1883 Inscription: "Son of W. R. and M. C. Gipson" - Another Photo Photo
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GOODWIN, Thomas Michael Sept. 24, 1829
TN
Feb. 6, 1899
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the husband of Mahala Dabbs or Dobbs and the father of Thomas J. and father-in-law of Matilda Keeling. Thomas M. Goodwin married Mahala Dobbs on Aug. 15, 1847 in Lewis Co., TN. - Another Photo - Another Photo Headstone
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GOOSTREE, Alexander Nov. 6, 1824
Sumner Co., TN
Mar. 1, 1895
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary C. Goostree - Inscription: "Remember friends as you pass by As you are now so once was I As I am now soon you must be Prepare for death and follow me" - Research Note: Son of Watson Goostree and Elizabeth McGlothlin - Union Service 15 Mo Cav. Alexander enlisted Aug 1, 1864, at Newtonia, MO. He was often on detached duty as a hospital nurse, once at Cassville. He mustered out July 1, 1865 at Springfield, MO. His service was credited to Shoal Creek Twp., Barry Co. Occupation given was farmer. He was described as being 5 ft 7 in with hazel eyes, with dark hair and complexion. - Another Photo Census
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GOOSTREE, Curtis Bruce Mar. 30, 1889
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 8, 1906
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of J. F. and Sophronia Goostree - He has gone to the mansions to rest." Research Note: Son of James F. Goostree and Sophronia Antle. - October 21, 1905, Cassville Democrat - Union Valley News Items: Mrs. Fred Cole was called to Exeter, Saturday to the bedside of her cousin, Bruce Goostree, who is very low. - Another Photo Online Newspapers
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GOOSTREE, Infant June 20, 1891 July 1891 Inscription: "Infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Goostree - Died ????" - Research Note: Daughter of James F. Goostree and Sophronia Antle. Note
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GOOSTREE, Mary Charity (DUNCAN) (HUBBERT) Dec. 12, 1830
Amherst Co., VA
Mar. 25, 1906
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Alexander Goostree - Inscription: "Remember friends as you pass by As you are now so once was I As I am now soon you must be Prepare for death and follow me" - Research Note: First husband, Anderson Hubbert - son and husband died. Second husband Alexander Goostree married on Mar. 14, 1854 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Judge John Iverson Duncan and Margaret Gray Toler. - Cassville Democrat, Apr. 7, 1906 - Mary Charity Duncan was born Dec. 12, 1830, died March 25, 1906, age 75 years, 3 months and 13 days. She professed faith in Christ when young and joined the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and lived a consistent member until death. Deceased was born in Amherst County, Virginia, in 1830, moved to Indiana in 1831, lived there until 1833 and moved from there to Calloway County, MO. She started with her father, the late John I. Duncan, to the state of Texas, and landed in Barry County, Missouri, July 4, 1836. Deceased was first married to Anderson Youbard [sic] (Hubbert), who lived but a short time. She was then married to Alexander Goostree, May 28, 1823. She was the mother of 9 children of whom 6 are living, 30 grand-children and 5 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Neta A. Brattin and J. F. Goostree, Exeter and J. F. Goostree, and W. T., J. W., and C. W. Goostree of Rocky Comfort, MO. Interment was made at the Concord Cemetery, before a large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives. Brother Love preached the funeral. - Another Photo Online Obit
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GRABER, Alexander H. July 15, 1870 Oct. 3, 1897 Inscription: "Son of A. and N. A." - Research Note: Son of John Alexander Graber and Nancy Ann Forrest. - Another Photo Census
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GRABER, Infant Oct. 6, 1904 Jan. 2, 1905 Inscription: "Son of Mary R. and W. P. Graber" - Research Note: There is a name on the top of the stone but is not readable. Probably William E. Graber, son of William Penn Graber and Mary Rebecca Linebarger. - Another Photo Census
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GRABER, John Alexander Mar. 18, 1836
OH
Jan. 28, 1927
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nancy A. - Research Note: Son of John Jacob Graber and Susanna Kempf. Obituary
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GRABER, Josephine (WOODWARD) Apr. 12, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 4, 1904
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Wife of James J. Graber who is buried in Clark Cemetery, mother of Lottie M. Sanders. Census records list Samuel Woodward, born TN, as her father and Elizabeth Wilkerson born KY. Josephine Wooodward married James Graber on Sept. 12, 1886 in Barry Co., MO. - February 27, 1904, Cassville Democrat - Mrs. Jas. Graber, died at Pierce City, Feb. 19, and the remains were buried at Concord Sunday. She was a daughter of Samuel Woodward and leaves a husband and 4 children. - James second married Stella Box on Dec. 1, 1907 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo Headstone
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GRABER, Mary Rebecca (LINEBARGER) Sept. 20, 1878 July 13, 1905 Inscription: "Wife of W. P. Graber" - Research Note: Cassville Democrat, July 22, 1905 - Mrs. Wm. Graber of near Doss School house, died July 13, of a kidney trouble, leaving a husband and four children to mourn her death. She was a good woman, and a member of the Baptist Church. The remains were laid to rest Saturday in Concord Cemetery. - William Penn Graber, age 21, married Mary Rebecca Linebarger, age 17, on Sept. 13, 1896 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Michael Elbert Linebarger and Malinda Burton. Online Newspapers
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GRABER, Michael Dec. 24, 1872 Dec. 6, 1895 Inscription: "Son of A. & Nancy A." - Research Note: Son of John Alexander Graber and Nancy Ann Forrest. Census
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GRABER, Nancy Ann (FORREST) Jan. 12, 1837 Aug. 30, 1895 SSW: John Alexander - Research Note: Nancy Ann Forrest married John Alexander Graber on Nov. 13, 1860 in Gasconade Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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GREGG, Lulu V. Sept. 8, 1890 Oct. 19, 1906 Research Note: Maybe daughter of Thomas Gregg. - 1900 Census, Ozark, Polk, Arkansas - Thomas Gregg, head, born Feb. 1841 OH, age 59, widowed; Nancy M., daughter, age 14, born Oct. 1895, AR; Cleveland, son, age 12, born Apr. 1888 OH; Lulu V., daughter, age 9, born Sept. 1890 AR. Census
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HARPER, Arkadell (KAY) Oct. 1882
AL
No Date Inscription: "Mother of Cleva P. Tucker - L. Glen Harper" - Research Note: Names given on Cleva's death certificate. She is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Wife of William Ova Harper. William was the son of Isaac T. Harper and Mary Jane Parkerson. - Ark. Kay, age 19, married Ova Harper, age 21, on Aug. 31, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Fielding Andrew Kay Jr. and Matisha F. Bennett. Census
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HARPER, Effie D. Dec. 19, 1892 Sept. 6?, 1900 Research Note: Daughter of Isaac T. Harper and Mary Jane Parkerson. Census
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HARPER, Isaac T. 1851 1926 SSW: Mary J. - Research Note: Son of Joseph Harper and Catherine Creviston. Census
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HARPER, Mary Jane (PARKERSON) Apr. 1, 1860
IN
Mar. 13, 1942
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Isaac T.- Research Note: She was widowed and the daughter of John Parkerson and Margaret Ventreece both born OH. Mary Parkerson married Isaac Harper on Dec. 11, 1880 in Fountain Co., IN. Death Certificate
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HARRELL, Archibald "Archy" Feb. 8, 1824 Oct. 19, 1903
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of James F. Harrell and Abigail Moore. His wife was Sarah Montgomery. - Cassville Democrat, Oct. 24, 1903 - It is with feelings of sorrow that we chronicle the death of our old and esteemed friend, Archibald Harrell, Monday morning, Oct. 19, 1903, at the home of his brother, Wm Harrell of Liberty township, of old age, age 78 years, 8 months, and 11 days. He came to Barry County in 1839 and has resided here ever since, with the exception of 7 or 8 years, he resided in Texas. He was a member of the C. P. Church for a number of years. His remains were laid to rest Tuesday morning in the Concord Cemetery, and a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends. He enjoyed the respect and esteem of all his acquaintances. Barry County has lost a good citizen that will be sadly missed in Liberty township. - Cassville Democrat, Oct. 31 1903 - Shoal Creek News: Uncle Arch Harrell died at his brother, Willis', Monday, after an illness of seven days of pneumonia. He was 78 years old and came to this county 64 years ago and settled at what is now known as the Talbert Spring. His only son died many years ago and his wife in '97. He was a consistent member of the Baptist Church and said on Sunday morning before his death that he was ready to go and gave directions for his burial. He will be greatly missed in the community especially by the children, with them, he was a great favorite. Quite a large crowd attended his funeral at Concord Tuesday. - The land for the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church and cemetery was given by Elias Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Harrell. Online Obit
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HARRELL, Infant Jan. 17, 1878 Jan. 17, 1878 Research Note: There is no surname on the stone but it is next to W. S. Harrell, Pearl M. Harrell and near Ada Harrell's stone. Also the stone is a matching one to Pearl's. Photo
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HARRELL, Mary Jane (WARREN) Aug. 7, 1839 May 10, 1925 Inscription: "Wife of W. S. Harrell - At Rest" - Research Note: Daughter of Jesse and Hannah Warren. Her sister was Tennessee Warren. Wife of William S. Harrell. William's Obit
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HARRELL, Pearl M. Aug. 28, 1876 Dec. 28, 1876 No Data Photo
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HARRELL, Sarah (MONTGOMERY) Dec. 21, 1826 Jan. 31, 1898 Inscription: "Wife of A. B. Harrell" - Research Note: Archie B. Harrell married Sarah Montgomery on Dec. 21, 1854 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Samuel Montgomery and Jemima Little. MO Marriage Records
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HARRELL, William Spencer Oct. 15, 1827
Rural Nashville, TN
Mar. 26, 1908
MO
Inscription: "Age 80 Yrs. 5 Mo. 11 D. - Gone But Not Forgotten" - Confederate Veterans: The St Louis Republic is publishing a list of ex-confederate soldiers and we find the following names from Barry County: W. S. Harrell, Private, Co. D., Boyd's Texas, Exeter. Son of James F. Harrell and Abigail Moore. - Cassville Democrat, March 28, 1908 - Another Good Man called Home: It is with a sad heart that we chronicle the death of Wm. Harrell, at his home in Liberty township, Thursday morning after an illness of six or eight weeks, with lagrippe and pneumonia, age 80 years, Mar. 26, 1908. He made a stubborn fight for life, but his age was against him. Another splendid example of life has gone from us that is worthy of our imitation. He was highly respected and had the confidence of everybody that knew him. He belonged to the old school of men, that held honor above everything. He came to Barry County, in 1838 with his father and settled at the spring known as the Talbert Spring, a short distance northwest of Exeter. When he came to this country there was no town of Cassville and no wagon roads going west of town, and they drove up the valley west of town, through the tall prairie grass to where they located. He said about all this county was prairie and there was hardly any timber only along the edge of the streams. He left a wife, several sons, and daughters to mourn the death of a splendid father. Barry County has lost a citizen that many county would be proud of. Many from this city attended the funeral at Concord Church, yesterday, May 27th. - April 4, 1908, Cassville Democrat - Biography: Wm. S. Harrell, was born near Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 15, 1827, and came with his parents to Barry County in 1838, and located at the Talbert Spring, where he lived with his parents until their death. He was married to Miss Mary J. Warren, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Warren, April 25, 1859. He moved to near Cleburne, Texas, shortly after his marriage and resided there about 8 years, when he moved back to Barry County and located on the place where he resided until his death. He was prepared to die and expressed his wiliness many times on his death bed. The deceased was the father of thirteen children, ten of whom survive him. They are T. M. and J. A. Harrell of Oklahoma; Mrs. M. E. Butler of Colorado; J. A. Harrell of California; S. H. and W. J. Harrell and Mrs. Vesta Mitchell of Kansas; J. F., Corum and Miss Ada of the home. All were present during his sickness except two. Online Obit
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HARRELL/FRAZIER, Ada Sept. 12, 1881 Feb. 22, 1922 Research Note: Daughter of William S. Harrell and Mary Jane Warren. - October 13, 1917, Cassville Democrat - Married, Tuesday at the home of the brides mother, Mrs. Mary Harrell, 6 miles northwest of this city, by Rev. J. T. Brattin, Z. E. Frazier and Miss Ada Harrell. Success to them. Father's Obit
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HAYS, Mary F. Sept. 28, 1841
GA
Sept. 20, 1901
Butterfield,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of William Harrison Hays. Mother of Mary Rebecca Keeling, Melissa Ann Clark, William B. Hays, Samuel David Hays, Robert Hays, Lela Tabitha Jeffries, Hunter Hays and Earl Alonzo Hays. Headstone
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HIGGS, Eppy "Epp" Lotson June 8, 1875 July 22, 1920 SSW: Georgia Edna (Brattin) Higgs - Research Note: Eppy and Georgia Higgs are Betty (Higgs) Lamberson's grandparents. - Cassville Democrat, July 1920 - Epp Higgs Dead: Epp Higgs was born in the neighborhood where he died and was a son of the late Mr. And Mrs. Seth R. (Red) Higgs (Martha Jane Marie Tucker) old time and highly respected citizens of this county. He had been sick for two to five years, with rheumatism and had been confined to his bed, helpless, but was thought to be improving and was able to move himself some. He suddenly took worse and died Friday, July 23, 1920, aged 45 years, leaving his wife, two sons and two daughters to mourn the separation. He left one brother and two sisters, who are James Higgs of Butterfield Township, Mrs. Sherman Lane of Clayton, N. M. and Mrs. Calvin Stamps of near Ridgley. He and Miss Georgia Brattin a daughter of late Oliver Brattin and Mrs. Brattin, estimable citizens of our country, were married many years ago, and lived a happy life. Rev. J. T. Brattin of this city, conducted funeral services at Concord Church on afternoon of Saturday, July 24, after which the remains were interred in the Cemetery there. He had been a member of New Hope Church for many years and lived the life of a consistent Christian and enjoyed the good will and friendship of all his acquaintances. His word was his bond. - Another Photo Family Data
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HIGGS, Eva Ann (MONTGOMERY) 1876 Mar. 11, 1917
At Home,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Horace B. - Mrs. Horace Higgs Dead: Mrs. Eva Montgomery Higgs died at her home near New Hope Baptist Church, March 11, of pneumonia, aged 38 years, 2 months and 13 days. She was married to Horace Higgs on January 17, 1902 and to this union was born one child which died in infancy. Mrs. Higgs was converted when young and united with the C. P. Church and lived a consistent Christian life. Besides a husband she leaves a mother, four brothers and one sister besides a host of relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted in the Concord church, March 13, at 11 a.m. by Rev. J. T. Brattin in the presence of a very large audience after which the remains were laid to rest in the Concord Cemetery. - Daughter of Thomas Carroll Montgomery and Ellen Elizabeth Layton. Onine Obit
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HIGGS, Fred Harvey Mar. 25, 1934 Mar. 30, 1934 Research Note: Son of Hugh Monroe Higgs and Hazel Margaret Erwin. Family Files
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HIGGS, Georgia Edna (BRATTIN) Oct. 28, 1883
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 1, 1944
Jasper Co. TB Hosp.,Jasper Co., MO
SSW: Eppy "Epp" Lotson - Research Note: Daughter of Oliver J. and Arizonia Rosa Belle (Roberts) Brattin. Georgia Edna (Brattin) Higgs, wife of Eppy, and daughter of Oliver Jesse Brattin and Arizonia Rosabelle (Roberts) Brattin. Georgia was mother of Chester Buck Higgs (b 1904 - 1986). - Date of death on the death certificate is Sept. 29, 1944. - The Wheaton Journal, September 29, 1944 - Georgia Edna Brattin, daughter of Oliver and Belle Brattin, was born Oct. 28, 1883, and departed this life Sept. 29, 1944, at the age of 60 years, 11 months and 1 day. She was united in marriage to Epp Higgs August 22, 1900. Her husband preceded her in death July 22, 1920. To this union four children were born, two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Fred Lauderdale and Chester Higgs of Purdy route, Mrs. Ruby Marshall of Wheaton and Oren. In addition to the four children she leaves to mourn her passing, five grandchildren, two brothers Charles Otis and Walter Brattin of Wheaton besides a host of other relatives and friends. She professed faith in Christ at an early age and was a member of New Hope Baptist Church, and then later moved her membership to the Wheaton Baptist Church. Funeral services were conducted at the Wheaton Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon by Rev. Charles Vanzandt of Exeter, assisted by Rev. W. J. Brattin. Burial was in the Concord cemetery under the direction of Pogue Funeral Service. Pallbearers were Aubry Howerton, Jimmy Higgs, Oral Burger, Earl Antle, Joe McNeill, and Mr. Goodwin. Flower Girls were Mrs. Ercia Kimbrough, Mrs. Lou Davis, Mrs. Ernest Knifkee, Mrs. B. M. Lamberson, Mrs. Earl Antle, Mrs. Neva Miller, Mrs. O. L. Burger, Mrs. Aubrey Howerton and Mrs. Joe McNeill. - Another Photo Family
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HIGGS, Horace B. June 29, 1872
MO
May 25, 1960
Cardwell Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Eva Ann - Research Note: Usual address was Rural Exeter, MO. Divorced. Son of George Higgs and Samira Burton. Ira England of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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HILL, Addie Louise (HOLLABAUGH) Dec. 8, 1902
MO
Nov. 26, 1921
Newton Co., MO
Research Note: Her husband was Clova L. Hill. Daughter of William Hollabaugh born AR and Molly Keeling born MO. Clova Hill of Stella, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Wheaton Journal, Nov. 12, 1920 - Clova Hill and Miss Addie Hollabaugh, accompanied by Gordon and Earl Hollabough, Gladys and Byron Keeling, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Harader and Miss Mamie Laughlin motored to Neosho last Saturday, Nov. 6, 1920, where they were united in marriage by the Probate Judge of Newton County. Mr. Hill is a son of Jasper Hill near Oshkosh, and Mrs. Hill is a daughter of W. A. Hollabaugh of Wheaton. They have rented the Neal farm near Oshkosh where they are making their home. Friends and neighbors gathered at the home of W. A. Hollabaugh Monday and gave the bride a kitchen shower, which consisted of nice and useful articles. We join a host of friends and relatives in wishing them a happy and prosperous life. Death Certificate
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HINDMAN, Irma Stanley Mar. 10, 1894
MO
Apr. 10, 1914
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Myra - Research Note: She was single and a teacher. She was a daughter of Harry C. Hindman, single, no other information given. Cause of death was suicide by gunshot. Her stone has her name Irma Stanley Hindman. Her mother was Myra. - Another Stone with Irma Stanley on it Death Certificate
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HINDMAN, Myra (STANLEY) Sept. 2, 1873
MO
Mar. 22, 1915
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Irma Stanley - Research Note: She was married and Harry C. Hindman of Exeter, MO was the informant. Her parents were not given or known. The cause of death was Bright's Disease. - 1900 Census, Carleton, Thayer, Nebraska - Harry Hindman, head, born Feb. 1864 IN, age 36 married 8 years, father born OH, mother MD, hardware merchant; Myra S., wife, born Sept. 1874 MO, married 8 years, mother of 2 children, 2 living, parents born MO; Irma S., daughter, born Mar. 1894 MO, age 6; Mary L., daughter, born Feb. 1900 NE, age 4 months. - 1910 Census, Paola Ward 3, Miami, Kansas - Harry, Myra, Irma, Mary, and another daughter Barbara D., age 3. - 1920 Census, Wheaton, Barry, Missouri - Harry has remarried. - Harry C. Hindman, head, age 55, born IN, farmer; Nancy M., wife, age 51, born MO; Mary L., daughter, age 19, born NE; Barbara D., daughter, age 13, born OK. - 1920 Census, Joplin, Jasper, Missouri - Mary L. Hindman, age 28, single, born NE, secretary for a lawyer, living with Bertha Hurwik as lodger. - Mary L. Hindman, head, age 40, single, born NE, still a secretary for a lawyer, 2 years of college; Barbara, sister, age 32, single, born OK, no occupation. - Barbara died in Joplin, MO, single, on Sept. 1984. - Another stone with Myra Stanley on it - Another Photo Death Certificate
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HOLLABAUGH, Earl Pinkston Feb. 3, 1903
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 1979
Wichita,
Sedgwick Co., KS
SSW: Mabel Lee - Research Note: Son of William Allen Hollabaugh and Mary "Mollie" Keeling. Census
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HOLLABAUGH, Earl Warren No Date July 7, 1932 Research Note: Son of Earl P. Hollabaugh and Mable Lee Warren. Note
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HOLLABAUGH, Jim George Nov. 10, 1898 Jan. 28, 1919 Research Note: Son of Earl P. Hollabaugh and Mable Lee Warren. - Another Photo Census
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HOLLABAUGH, Mabel Lee (WARREN) Aug. 5, 1905
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 11, 1961
At Home, Stark City,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Earl P. - Research Note: Daughter of Hunter Warren and Lizzie Garrison. Earl Hollabaugh of Stark City, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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HOLLABAUGH, Mollie (KEELING) Apr. 7, 1870 July 24, 1916 SSW: William A. - Research Note: William A. Hollabaugh, age 29, married Mollie Keeling, age 22, on Feb. 10, 1895 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of George and Louisa (Dabbs or Dobbs) Keeling. MO Marriage Records
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HOLLABAUGH, William Allen Nov. 26, 1865
TN
Sept. 17, 1940
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mollie - Research Note: His death certificate is registered with the Secretary of State's Office with a Barry County death, listing in the index, his surname as Hollabaugh. His wife was Cora Hollabaugh. Son of James Calvin Hollabaugh and Cynthia Adaline Kilpatrick both born TN. Rosa Harader of Wheaton, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Headstone
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HOLT, James M. Oct. 2, 1880? No Date Inscription: "Son of T. L. & V. I" - Research Note: Son of Thomas L. and Vest) (Bare) Holt. Note
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HOLT, Thomas L. May 4, 1856
TX
Oct. 2, 1884
MO
Inscription: "Aged 28 Ys. 4 Ms. 28 Ds." - Research Note: His wife was Vesta Bare or Barr. Son of James Holt and Martha Stark. - 1880 Census, District 7, Liberty Twp., Barry Co., MO - Thomas L. Holt, age 24, born TX, farmer; Vesta Holt, wife, age 17, born MO. Vesta second married Raemus Johnson and was in San Joaquin, CA in 1910. Census
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HOWERTON, Infant June 14, 1905 June 20, 1905 Inscription: "Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charter Howerton" - Research Note: The stone is broken in several places, leaning up against another stone, also broken. Beverly entered this stone as Charles Howerton born June 14, 1895, which was probably due to the stone being in several pieces and maybe not easy to read. Jack repaired this stone 2009. - Photo of stone and in need of repair. - Another Photo - Another Photo Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
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HOWERTON, Rebecca Angeline (MONTGOMERY) Sept. 12, 1830
TN
Feb. 6, 1906 Research Note: Jackson Howerton married Rebecca Angeline on Dec. 22, 1859 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Samuel Montgomery and Jemima Little. - 1860 Census, Liberty, Barry, Missouri - Jackson Howerton, age 30, farmer, born TN; Rebecca A., age 29, born TN. MO Marriage Records
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HOUNSHELL, Harriet J. (PETERS) Jan. 27, 1827
TN
Nov. 4, 1890
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of W. M. Hounshell" - Research Note: William Hounshell married Harriet J. Peters on Feb. 14, 1949 in Rhea Co., TN. - Hounshell Family Group Sheet FGS
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HOUNSHELL, Joseph Franklin Oct. 21, 1849
TN
May 29, 1892
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of William M. and Harriet J. (Peters) Hounshell. - Hounshell Family Group Sheet Census
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HOWNSHELL, Catherine Elizabeth "Lizzie" Apr. 2, 1861
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 21, 1882
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of W. M. & H." - Research Note: Daughter of William Hounshell and Harriet Peters. - Hounshell Family Group Sheet - Another Photo FGS
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HOWNSHELL, William M. Mar. 15, 1825
VA
Sept. 26, 1879 Research Note: Son of Jacob Hounshell and Elizabeth Ann Davis. His wife was Harriet J. Peters. - Hounshell Family Group Sheet FGS
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HOWSMON, Anna Deal (WILLIAMS) Dec. 18, 1856
Athens Co., OH
July 21, 1945
Albuquerque, NM
SSW: Isaac Cook - Research Note: Anna was the daughter of Isaiah and Sabitha (Bean) Williams. - Photo of Anna Photo
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HOWSMON, Isaac Cook Dec. 26, 1846
Rural Lexington,
McLean Co., IL
Jan. 13, 1929
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Anna D. - Research Note: He married Anna Deal Williams Apr. 21, 1881. Isaac was a son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Gregory) Howsmon. - Wheaton Journal January 17, 1929 - COOK HOWSMON PASSES AWAY: Isaac Cook HOWSMON a widely known and highly respected citizen of Barry County died at his home near Exeter, Mo., Jan. 13, 1929 of kidney trouble. He was born Dec. 26, 1846 at Bloomington, Ill.. Age 82 years and 18 days. He was united in marriage to Annie Williams April 21, 1881. He is survived by his wife and the following children: Mrs. W. T. Stephan, Ft. Worth, Texas, Mrs. H. T. Shockley, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. E. L Northcutt, French, New Mexico; W. E. Hankins, Exeter, Mo.; Ralph Howsmon, Idaho Falls, Idaho; nine grand children two great grand children; two Sisters, Mrs. J. B. Camp, St. Louis and Mrs. Perry Hay, Washington D. C. Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist Church at Ridgley, Missouri January 14, 2:30 p. m. by Rev. Chas. McNabb and burial was made in the Concord Cemetery under the direction of Pogue Undertaking. - Photo of Isaac Photo
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
HUFFMAN, Josephine 1850 1925 No Data Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
HUMPHREYS, Abel Howard Feb. 20, 1808
VA
Feb. 28, 1887
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Here is one who is sleeping in faith and love With hope that is assured in heaven above." - Research Note: This stone is broken and needs to be replaced or repaired. His wife was Mary Ann Harrison and she is buried at Mano Cemetery with their daughter Belle Frances (Humphreys) Stever. Belle's death certificate names her parents. Daughter's DC
Phyllis Long
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Glenna Maddux
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