Concord Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
MANNING, George Gilbert Oct. 31, 1880 May 3, 1882 Inscription: "Son of John and Martha Manning" - Research Note: Son of John Wesley Manning and Martha Jane Talbert. Note
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MANNING, Orval Omer 1883 Aug. 24, 1883 Inscription: "Aged 3 M. 6 D. - Son of J. W. and M." - Research Note: Son of John Wesley Manning and Martha Jane Talbert. Note
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MARLIN, Charles Phillip Jan. 25, 1940
Nowata, OK
Oct. 14, 2004
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Dorothy A. - Research Note: He was a son of Charles Phillip and Dora May (Thornbrough) Marlin. He moved to the Cassville area in 1980 and began a plumbing business. He married Dorothy Smith on March 16, 1966. He was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. Monett Times
Oct. 28, 2004
Mary Homesley
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MARLIN, Dorothy Ann (SMITH) (KROLL) Mar. 11, 1936
Neosho,
Newton Co., MO
Nov. 13, 2007
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Charles P. - Research Note: She first married Donald Kroll. She was the daughter of Ira Lee and Erma (Harris) Smith. She was united in marriage to Charles Marlin who preceded her in death on October 14, 2004. She was also preceded in death by her parents; one son, Kevin Kroll and two brothers. Dorothy received her education in Neosho, Missouri. She was a homemaker, mother of five children and also raised one grandson, Charley Powers. Barry Co. Advertiser
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MARTIN, Calvin O. Nov. 25, 1885 Aug. 24, 1897 SSW: James H. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MARTIN, James H. June 24, 1856 July 18, 1897 SSW: Calvin O. - Research Note: This homemade marker is still readable. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MAUK, Infant May 15, 1907 May 15, 1907 Inscription: "Baby Son of J. W. & L. Mauk" - Research Note: Possible parents: James W. Mauk, age 20, married Linie Musick, age 30, on May 2, 1906 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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Jay Trace
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCALL, Annie Olive Apr. 12, 1868 Nov. 29, 1885 Inscription: "Dau. of M. D. L. & M. McCall" - Research Note: Daughter of Marcus David Lafayette McCall and Margaret Ellen Woods. Note
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCALL, Marcus David Lafayette, Dr. Apr. 14, 1832
McMinn Co., TN
Apr. 23, 1914
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Margaret E. - Research Note: His death certificate is indexed as McD. L. McCall on the MO Archives web site. He was a physician and the son of John and Mary McCall, both born Scotland. C. S. McCall of Rocky Comfort, MO, was the informant. - April 30, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Dr. Marcus D. L. McCall, a well known physician of Barry, Newton, and McDonald Counties died suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs. S. P. Roseberry, in Exeter Thursday morning at 6 o'clock of heart failure. He was sitting in a chair when he passed away. For several months he had been in failing health and was held in close confinement. The deceased was 82 years and 9 days old and was born in McMinn County, Tenn., April 14, 1832. He was a son of John McCall, a native of Scotland, who came to the country in 1796. When a child his parents moved to Greene County of this state. He grew to manhood there and acquire a good education. In 1858 he went to Sebastian, Ark., but returned to Missouri at the beginning of the Civil War and enlisted in the Union Army. He was first a member of Company C 13th Missouri State Militia but later became a member of 11th Missouri Calvary Company C. In 1867 he came to Rocky Comfort, and began the Practice of medicine. In 1878 he graduated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Renukuk, Ia., and returned to Southwest Missouri and practiced his profession different times at Rocky Comfort, Purdy, and Exeter. In 1854, he was married to Margaret Woods, deceased. To this union were born nine children of which six survive. They are Mrs. James McCary and Mrs. S. P. Roseberry of Exeter, Dr. Sherman McCall of Fairview, Dr. Otis McCall of Rocky Comfort and J. B. and J.C. McCall of Omaha, Neb. Death Certificate
Cassville Republican
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCALL, Margaret Ellen (WOODS) Mar. 31, 1837
Benton Co., AR
Feb. 8, 1920
MO
SSW: Dr. M. D. L. - Research Note: She was a daughter of Samuel Newton Woods and Cicely Walker Pace, both born TN. - Wheaton Journal, Friday, Feb. 13, 1920 - Mrs. M. D. McCall highly esteemed citizen of Barry and McDonald Counties since 1867, died at 8 O'clock Sunday morning, Feb. 8, 1920 at the home of her son, Dr. O. S. McCall, age 82 years, 10 months and 8 days. Death came after a lingering illness of several months and was due to old age. Mrs. McCall was widely known and a whole host of acquaintances throughout Barry and McDonald counties will feel the loss of a real friend. She was the mother of twelve children, five of whom survive her. Her husband, Dr. M. D. L. McCall, a practicing physician in the district for several years, died at his home in Exeter, April 14, 1914. Margaret Ellen Woods was born in Benton County, Ark. Mar. 31, 1837 and at the age of 6 years moved with her parents to Lawrence County, MO where she grew up to young womanhood. In 1855 she was married to Dr. M. D. L. McCall and 12 years later moved to Rocky Comfort, MO. Since that time they have lived in Barry and McDonald Counties. She professed faith in Christ at the age of 15 and became a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of which she remained a faithful member until death. She realized that death was near several weeks before the end came but she had so lived that she could view death in a calm and fearless manner. The entire program of the funeral and burial was carried out according to her instructions which she had given some time previous. Rev. E. W. Love of Joplin and Rev. Kaiser Gurley of Mt. Vernon conducted the funeral services at Concord Monday and the body was laid to rest in the Concord Cemetery. Death Certificate
Wheaton Journal
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MCCALL, Sarah Melvina (SANDUSKY) Sept. 24, 1870
Johnson Co., NE
Feb. 6, 1938
El Dorado, KS
SSW: Tecumseh D. Sherman - Research Note: T. D. S. McCall, age 22, married Sarah M. Sandusky, age 18, on Sept. 2, 1888 in Benton Co., AR. Daughter of Alexander Hays Sandusky and Josephine Sanders. AR Marriage Index
Census
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCALL, Tecumseh D. Sherman Mar. 18, 1866 Jan. 5, 1935 SSW: Sarah Melvina Sandusky - Research Note: Son of Marcus David Lafayette McCall and Margaret Elizabeth Woods. Census
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MCCALL, Ulysses Simpson Grant Dec. 23, 1864
McDonald Co., MO
Sept. 10, 1893
Echo, Cherokee Nation,
Indian Territory, OK
Inscription: "Son of M. L. D. and E. M. MCCALL" - Research Note: U. S. G. McCall married M. L. McDonald on Nov. 11, 1886 in Barry Co., MO. - His wife was Mattie Love McDonald. Son of Marcus David Lafayette McCall and Margaret Elizabeth Woods. MO Marriage Records
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MCCARY, ALICE C. (MCCALL) Jan. 11, 1862
Chesapeake,
Lawrence Co., MO
Oct. 29, 1915
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: J. H. and M. O. - Research Note: Her death certificate reads that she was a daughter of Marcus D. L. McCall and Margaret Elizabeth Woods. M. E. McCall of Exeter, MO, was the informant. Breast cancer was the cause of death. - Obit: Mrs. James McCary Dead - Mrs. James McCary died at their home on the old Asbury McCary farm near Exeter Friday morning, Oct. 29, after and illness of about one year of cancer. She underwent an operation last spring at Indianapolis, Ind., but received no permanent relief and had been very low for many weeks. Mrs. McCary was a sister of Dr. McCall of Rocky Comfort and Mrs. S. P. Roseberry of Exeter. She leaves a husband but no children. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at Exeter. Another Note: She married Dec. 11, 1881 to James Henry McCary. (Two infant children are also buried here. Death Certificate
Cassville Republican
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCARY, Doctor Lindsey Feb. 4, 1856
TN
Dec. 23, 1884
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of L. and M .A. McCary" - Research Note: Son of Lindsey McCary and Mary A. Peters. Note
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCARY, Infant Sept. 11, 1882
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 11, 1882
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Infant Son of J. H. & A. C. McCary" - Research Note: Son of James Henry McCary and Alice C. McCall. - Another Photo Note
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Jack Fly
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCARY, Infant Nov. 27, 1897
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 27, 1897
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Infant Dau. of J. H. & A. C. McCary" - Research Note: He was a son of James Henry and Alice C. (McCall) McCary. Note
Bill Landers
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCARY, James Henry Sept. 1, 1858
TN
Nov. 21, 1927
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Alice C. and Mary O. - Research Note: Married Dec. 11, 1881 to Alice C. (McCall) McCary - Bill Landers' Note: James was the son of Lindsey and Polly A. (Peters) McCary. Lindsey was a younger brother of Henry, and the last to come to Barry County. I believe he remained in Rhea County, TN until after the death of their mother. (Two infants are also buried here.) His second wife was Mary O. Allen. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 18, 1919 - Licenses to Wed: J. H. McCary, 61, Exeter and M. O. Allen 47, Exeter. Online Obit
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Bill Landers
MO Marriage Records
Census
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MCCARY, Joseph B. Nov. 9, 1843
TN
Apr. 13, 1870
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Jack Fly repaired this stone. Son of Lindsey and Polly A. (Peters) McCary. Joseph McCary married Mary Bare on Dec. 15, 1867 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo - Another Photo Census
MO Marriage Records
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Jack Fly
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MCCARY, Lindsey Apr. 11, 1817
SC
Apr. 26, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Mary A. "Polly" Peters. - Another Photo - Bottom of Stone Note
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Jack Fly
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCCARY, Mary O. (ALLEN) Mar. 9, 1870 June 22, 1925 SSW: A. C. & J. H. - Research Note: Second wife of James Henry McCary. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 18, 1919 - Licenses to Wed: J. H. McCary, 61, Exeter and M. O. Allen 47, Exeter. Allen was probably a married name. Online Newspapers
Census
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MCCARY, Mary A. "Polly" (PETERS) Dec. 17, 1821
TN
Dec. 11, 1892
MO
Research Note: Lindsey McCary married Mary A. Peters on Nov. 8, 1837 in Rhea Co., TN. Researchers say she was the daughter of Burton Peters and Agnes Hutchinson. TN Marriage Records
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MCCARY, Walter July 5, 1879 Oct. 6, 1890 Inscription: "Son of Franklin C. and Mary A." - Son of Franklin C. "Tobe" McCary and Mary A. Harrell, married Oct. 11, 1874 in Barry Co., MO. Franklin was the son of Lindsey McCary and Mary A. Peters. Census
MO Marriage Records
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCKNIGHT, Alma L. 1925 1997 SSW: Willard - Another Photo Photo
Jay Trace
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MCKNIGHT, Willard 1917 No Date SSW: Alma L.- Another Photo Photo
Jay Trace
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MILES, Eunice (STALCUP) 1855
MO
1932
MO
Research Note: Wife of John Henry Miles. - 1880 Census, Richwood, McDonald, Missouri - Eunice Stallcup is living with George T. and Laura Montgomery. Note
Census
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Beverly Matthews
MILES, John Henry 1849
TX
1926
MO
Research Note: 1900 Census, Liberty, Barry, Missouri - John H. Miles, head, born June 1849 TX, age 50, married 19 years, father born NC, mother MO; Unis, wife, born Feb. 1858 MO, married 19 years, mother of 4 children, 3 living, parents born MO; Sarah A., daughter, born Mar. 1888 MO, age 12; Stella E., daughter, born June 1890 MO, age 9; Bessie, daughter, born May 1892 MO, age 8. Census
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MILES, Stellie June 12, 1890
Newton Co., MO
Nov. 1, 1938
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate she was a daughter of John Henry Miles, born Des Moines, Iowa and Eunice Stalkup born Shelbino, MO. Both of her parents are buried in Concord Cemetery. Informant on her death certificate was Allen Miller of Exeter. Undertaker: Pogue and son of Wheaton. Death Certificate
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MILLER, Abdon Roscoe May 1884 Sept. 8, 1884
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Age at death 4 months, 21 days - Cause of death, inflammation of brain. Barry Co., MO
Deaths 1883-1885
Jay Trace
MITCHELL, Bertha Aug. 1888 Aug. 11, 1889 Inscription: "Daughter of G. C. & Vesta Mitchell - aged 11 Mo. & 29 Da." Photo
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MONTGOMERY, Agnes Ann (McCARY) Mar. 7, 1846
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 23, 1877
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of James Montgomery - Age 31 Ys 6 Ms 16 Ds" - Research Note: Daughter of Lindsey McCary and Mary A. Peters. Census
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MONTGOMERY, Dicy A. 1841
Ray Co., TN
1930
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Sister to Elizabeth J. Montgomery. Daughter of Samuel Montgomery, born Rhea Co., TN, and mother was Jemima Little, born Meigs Co., TN. Sister's Obit
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MONTGOMERY, Ellen Elizabeth (LAYTON) May 5, 1850
TN
May 22, 1927
MO
SSW: Thomas C. - Research Note: Thomas C. Montgomery married Ellen E. Layton on Aug. 12, 1869 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Felix J. Layton and Mary Jane Walker. Census
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MONTGOMERY, Elizabeth J. May 10, 1829
Ray Co., TN
Feb. 19, 1920
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Age 90 Yr. 9 Mo. 9 Da." - Research Note: Daughter of Samuel Montgomery, born Rhea Co., TN, and mother was Jemima Little, born Meigs Co., TN. - Cassville Democrat, Feb. 28, 1920 - Another excellent woman has been called from earth to a heavenly reward for a well spent life. She did nothing but good. It was her ambition, seemingly, to implant goodness in every character that she came in contact with. She was never known to speak a cross word to any one, exhibiting a lovely disposition, that very few are blessed with. Mrs. Elizabeth J. Montgomery was born in Ray County, Tenn., and came to Barry County, with her parents in 1842. She grew to womanhood on Shoal Creek in Liberty Township and has been a continuous citizen of Barry County, for 78 years. She professed faith in Christ at an early age and joined the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Concord, in which she continued faithful and loyal to the day of her death. She left two brothers, Capt. James Montgomery of Okmulgee, Okla., Robert Montgomery and one sister Miss Dicey Montgomery of Liberty township. The Montgomery family is one of the old and highly esteemed families of Barry county and the many acquaintances will regret the removal of another link of the chain of life. She died Feb. 19, 1920 and the remains were interred in Concord Cemetery, on 20th, after funeral services conducted by Rev. J. P. Campbell of Fayetteville, Ark. Her brother Capt. James Montgomery and his son Finis of Okmulgee, Okla., and Harris Montgomery of Joplin and many relatives and friends attended her funeral. Online Newspapers
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MONTGOMERY, James Feb. 3, 1835
Rhea Co., TN
Nov. 1, 1925
Okmulgee, OK
Inscription: "90 Ys. 9 Ms. 2 Ds - Military Stone Inscription: "CAPT. CO I MISSOURI INF. CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY" - Research Note: His father was Samuel Montgomery, born Rhea Co., TN, and mother was Jemima Little, born Meigs Co., TN. His wife was Agnes Ann McCary. He was a Confederate Civil War Veteran, serving in Company I, 8th Missouri Infantry, as Captain. - Goodspeed's Bio - James Montgomery, a prominent farmer of Liberty Township, Barry Co., Mo., is the second son and sixth child of Samuel and Jemimah (Little) Montgomery. Samuel Montgomery was born in 1805 in Virginia, and when a young man went to Tennessee, in which State he followed farming until 1842. He removed to Barry County, MO., locating on Shoal Creek two and one-half miles south of James Montgomery's farm. The former was one of those who came to the wilderness of Southwest Missouri to make a home for themselves and families to lend a helping hand in developing the wonderful resources of this region. He became a prominent citizen, and followed agricultural pursuits until his death on May 27, 1885. His wife was born in Georgia in 1808. She died about 1886. They were both consistent members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and were the parents of twelve children, eight daughters and four sons, of whom one is deceased. All the others reside in Barry County. James was born on February 8, 1835, Rhea County, Tenn., and came with his parents to Missouri in 1842. Before the war he pursued the trade of cabinet making and carpentering, but since has been engaged in farming. He served during the war in the Confederate army, as captain of Company I, Eighth Missouri Infantry. In 1870 he married Agnes A. McCary, a daughter of Lindsey McCary, a prominent farmer and mechanic of the county. Mr. Montgomery has a very desirable farm consisting of 300 acres of Woodward Creek valley land, on which are two fine springs. He and wife have five children; Albert, Lydia, Finis, James and Joseph T. Politically Mr. Montgomery is a democrat, and takes an active interest in public affairs. Both he and wife are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church." Other children of Samuel and Jemimah: Sarah m. Archey Herrell 1854, Barry Co.; Elizabeth d. 1920, Barry Co.; Rebecca m. Jackson Howerton 1859, Barry Co.; Amanda m. G. W. Stamps 1855, Barry Co.; Thomas m. Ellen Layton 1869, Barry Co.; Joshua d. 1892 Barry Co. (this fact is incorrect, Joshua d. 1912 Okmulgee Co., Oklahoma); Dica d. 1930, Barry Co.; Margaret d. 1879, Barry Co.; Eliza ?; Samuel ?; Robert d. 1926, Barry Co. The Lindsey McCary family migrated from Rhea Co., Tennessee about 1859. Two sons, John and Joseph, served under Captain Montgomery in the Civil War. - "The Long Journey Home" was written by Carl Montgomery, grand nephew of James, Joshua and Thomas Carroll Montgomery in December, 2001: The three Montgomery brothers, James, Thomas Carroll and Joshua, were in Company I of 8th MO INF CSA from 1862-1865. When the war ended in 1865 they came home. The story handed down from the family says that they all walked home from LA and that it took them 6 months to make the journey. Realizing that 136 years has passed since 1865 makes any research difficult. However, a book published in 1999 called "Serving with Honor" by Michael Banasik, presents facts that cast doubt on the long walk from LA. This book is a diary account of Captain E. A. Pinnell of Company D of the 8th MO INF. He relates the day to day activity of himself and his fellow soldiers. Captain James Montgomery was mentioned several times in the book and apparently Pinnell and James were friends. Mary Sue Gulley of Muskogee, OK, the great grand-daughter of James, has preserved wonderful documents that prove to me that James, and probably his two brothers were sent to St. Louis at the end of the war. She also has a promissory note given to James from Pinnell promising to repay $100 James loaned to him. The 8th MO INF was not formally surrendered until June 2, 1865. This surrender took place at Shreveport, LA. Shortly after, the unit was moved by steam boat, the "Judge Fletcher", from Shreveport to Alexandria, arriving on June 7th. They were then moved on down the Red River to Baton Rouge, LA, arriving on June 9th. On June 13th they were loaded on board the "Ben Stickney" bound for St. Louis, MO. They arrived on June 19th at 2:00 A.M. Captain Pinnell, in his diary account, relates that they went ashore at 6:00 A.M. on June 20, and remained on the wharf until 8:00 A.M. They then marched to Schofield Barracks and then to the Provo Marshall's office, where they took the oath of allegiance to the US government. They then returned to the barracks provided by the government. On June 21st they boarded the train for Rolla, MO, which was the end of the line at that time. This is Pinnell's account of his activity on arrival and I believe it mirrors the activity of Captain James Montgomery. I base this on a document kept by James and preserved by Mary Sue Gulley. It is an oath of allegiance signed by James Montgomery on June 20 in St. Louis, MO. Also on the document is a transportation destination stamp (Somewhat illegible) showing Rolla, MO. I believe it was his ticket, so to speak, enabling him to board the train on June 21 on his journey home. Thomas Carroll and Joshua could have possibly walked from LA, but I believe they would have stayed with their brother James, as he was Captain of their Company. The journey from Rolla, MO to Barry County would have still been a long, hard one. Probably lacking any US money for food or shelter, nor any civilian clothes, it would have been a long difficult trip. Only the preservation of James' war documents by Mary Gulley and the writing of the book, "Serving with Honor", has the journey home of our ancestors been clarified. - Military Stone Notes
Carl Montgomery
Goodspeed Bio
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MONTGOMERY, Jemima (LITTLE) Oct. 9, 1808
Meigs Co., TN
Jan. 21, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of Sam'l Montgomery" - Research Note: Samuel Montgomery married Jemima Little on Mar. 30, 1826 in Rhea Co., TN. TN Marriage Records
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MONTGOMERY, John Robert Abt. 1850 Dec. 20, 1892 Inscription: "Aged 42 Years" - Research Note: John R. Montgomery married Mary Catherine Bradley on Apr. 22, 1869 in Barry Co., MO. At age 50, Mary C. Montgomery married William C. Keeling, age 54 on Oct. 5, 1896 in Cassville, Barry Co., MO. - Son of David Lowery Montgomery and Amanda M. Burton. By 1860 Census, Liberty, Barry, Missouri - both parents have died and he is living with his Uncle Samuel Montgomery and wife Jemima. - Another Photo Repaired Stone
Jack Fly
MO Marriage Records
Census
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MONTGOMERY, Lenora L. (WOODS) Mar. 11, 1860 June 26, 1949
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Robert - Research Note Her death certificate reads that she was age 89 when she died, and that she was buried June 29, 1949. Her father was Harris Woods and her mother was Arena Spillman. S. M. Montgomery of Exeter, MO, gave the information. Death Certificate
Beverly Matthews
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MONTGOMERY, Louisa Viola 1877
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 11, 1892
MO
Inscription: "Daughter of J. R. and M. C. - Aged 14 years" - Research Note: Her parents were John Robert and Mary Catherine Montgomery and were listed on the Barry Co., MO, 1880 census. Census
Beverly Matthews
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MONTGOMERY, Malinda Oct. 28, 1836
TN
Feb. 19, 1913
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was single and the daughter of Samuel Montgomery and Jemima Little, both born TN. Robert Montgomery of Exeter, MO was the informant. The stone reads that she was born Oct. 28, 1836 and died Feb. 19, 1913. Death certificate has birth Aug. 5, 1833. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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MONTGOMERY, Margaret A. Nov. 24, 1843
Barry Co., MO
June 25, 1879
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of S. and J. Montgomery" - Research Note: Daughter of Samuel Alexander Montgomery and Jemima Little. Census
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MONTGOMERY, Mima R. 1885 1976 Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Carroll Montgomery and Elizabeth Ellen Layton. Census
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MONTGOMERY, Robert Mar. 12, 1851
MO
Sept. 28, 1926
Ridgley,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lenora L. - Research Note: His death certificate reads that he was married, age 75 yrs., 6 Mos., 12 days old at his death. He was buried Sept. 30, 1926. His father was given as Samuel Montgomery, and his mother's surname was Little. His wife was given as Lenora. The informant was Harrison Montgomery of Joplin, MO. - Son of Samuel Montgomery, born Rhea Co., TN, and mother was Jemima Little, born Meigs Co., TN. Death Certificate
Beverly Matthews
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MONTGOMERY, Samuel Oct. 19, 1805 May 27, 1884 Research Note: His wife was Jemima Little. Son of James Montgomery and Elizabeth Lowery. TN Marriage Records
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MONTGOMERY, Thomas Carroll Aug. 28, 1833
TN
Nov. 2, 1901
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ellen E. - Research Note: He married Elizabeth Layton in 1869 in Barry Co., MO. His father was Samuel Montgomery, born Rhea Co., TN, and his mother was Jemima Little, born Meigs Co., TN. He was a Confederate Civil War Veteran, serving in Company I, 8th Missouri Infantry, as a Private. - Military Stone - Inscription: "PVT CO 1 8 MISSOURI INF. - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA" Note
Carl Montgomery
Census
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MOORE, Arthur F. May 14, 1917 Jan. 7, 1994 SSW: Lena I. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
MOORE, Lena I. Jan. 24, 1924 Jan. 11, 1987 SSW: Arthur F. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson


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