Concord Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near some graves marked Hill and some marked German. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near some graves marked German. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near some graves marked German and one marked Utter. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the grave of Edna Belle Pitts. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the grave of Edna Belle Pitts. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near some Nelson stones. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the Manning stones. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near Thomas C. and Ellen E. Montgomery's stone. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near Sidney and Margaret Antle's stone. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near a stone that is a homemade marker without dates that reads Cole. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near a stone that is a homemade marker without dates that reads Cole. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near a stone that is a homemade marker without dates that reads Cole. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the Abel Humphres grave. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the Stamps graves. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the F. H. Phillips grave. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the Emmett Wooten grave. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the German and Talbert graves. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the grave of Mary Bourland. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the grave of Clem and Sarah Barnett. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the McCary graves. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the McCary graves. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the McCary graves. Photo
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UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the Stamps and Parmley graves. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the Stamps graves. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN No Date No Date Near the Stamps graves. Photo
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UNKNOWN May? 23? 1888? Sept. 1?, 1895? SSW: Unknown - Research Note: This stone is near the Patton graves and Frederick Talbert's stone. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UNKNOWN Oct. 30, 1903? June __ 19__? SSW: Unknown - Research Note: This stone is near the Patton graves and Frederick Talbert's stone. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
UTTER, Johnny Carlin Nov. 4, 1974
MO
Nov. 5, 1974
MO
Research Note: Johnny Carlin Utter was an infant son of Leroy Carlin Utter and Jackie Highbarger. Leroy is a cousin of mine. His Grandfather and my Father were brothers. Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
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Wilma Fields
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
J. W. No Date No Date Research Note: A field stone with J.W. on the top is next to Yancy Rogers' grave. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
WALKER, Adolphus Ferdinand Apr. 6, 1838
Weakley Co., TN
June 21, 1903
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Adolphus F. was in the Civil War as a Confederate, mustered in Arkansas. Son of Henry F. Walker and Cynthia Ferguson. Husband of Rebecca Ann Walker. - Adolphus Family Photo Obituary
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Nichole Phillips
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WALKER, Rebecca Ann (BLACK) 1840 No Date Research Note: According to my grandmother, Hazel M. (Erwin) Higgs, Rebecca was buried beside A. F. - Adolphus Walker married Rebecca Ann Black on Apr. 22, 1860 in Barry Co., MO. Obituary
Family
Nichole Phillips
MO Marriage Records
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WARD, Leroy Melvin Apr. 29, 1939
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
Nov. 4, 2002
Miami,Ottawa Co., OK
SSW: Ruth E. - Research Note: Son of Melvin Franklin Ward and Mamie Gibbens. Leroy was a self-employed carpenter. He attended Faith Baptist Church in Neosho. Leroy's grandsons were pallbearers. Leroy resided in Wyandotte, Okla. He died suddenly at 3 p.m. Monday at Miami, Okla. - His first wife was Patricia Louise Eaton. Married in 1958 and divorced in 1981. Second wife was Ruth E. (Moore) (Snow) Ward, married 1981 in Miami, OK. She died Mar. 13, 2002. - Military Stone - Inscription: "Melvin Leroy Ward - SP4 US ARMY" - His military stone has his first name as Melvin. Obit
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WARD, Ruth E. (MOORE) (SNOW) Sept. 9, 1943
Ridgley,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 13, 2002
St. John's Hosp.,
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
SSW: Leroy M. - Research Note: First husband was Don Snow. Second husband was Melvin Leroy Ward. Daughter of Clair E. Moore and Lena (Shields) (Snadon) Moore. Ruth had lived in Seneca and Wyandotte area since 1977. Ruth started work at Eagle Picher Industries in Seneca in 1979, currently holding the position of head supervisor of the Lithium Dept. Ruth lived in Wyandotte, Ok. She died Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. at St. John's Medical Center after an illness. She was 58 years old. Obit
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WARREN, Bessie Nov. 5, 1894 Sept. 29, 1900 Inscription: "Dau. of W. M. and Eva" - Research Note: Daughter of William Monroe Warren and Eva Antle. Note
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WARREN, Columbia C. (FERGUSON) May 23, 1850 Dec. 14, 1919 SSW: Daniel B. - Research Note: Daughter of Elias Ferguson and Elizabeth Hubbert. Census
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WARREN, Cora Dec. 7, 1887 Nov. 20, 1892 Inscription: "Dau. of W. M. and Eva" - Research Note: Daughter of William Monroe Warren and Eva Antle. Note
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WARREN, Daniel B. June 21, 1842 May 7, 1922 SSW: Columbia C. - Research Note: Son of Jesse Warren and Hannah Bowman. - Cassville Democrat, April 10, 1920 - Daniel Warren, an old citizen of this county, is reported very sick at his home in Liberty township. Census
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WARREN, Edna Aug. 10, 1886 Oct. 18, 1886 Inscription: "Dau. of W. M. and Eva" - Research Note: Daughter of William Monroe Warren and Eva Antle. Note
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WARREN, Elias Hunter Aug. 3, 1883 Oct. 24, 1920
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lizzie - Research Note: Son of Daniel Warren and Columbia Ferguson. - Wheaton Journal, Oct. 29, 1920 - “Cap” Warren a prosperous farmer and highly respected citizen of the Shoal Creek neighborhood east of here died last Sunday Oct. 24, 1920 after a lingering illness of several months from typhoid fever. Elias Hunter Warren was born Aug. 3, 1883 and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Warren, old and highly respected citizen of Liberty township, and died Oct. 24, 1920 of typhoid fever, age 37 years, 2 months and 29 days at his home near Corsicana, leaving a wife and five children, three sisters and one brother, Jesse, surviving him. He was married Dec. 25, 1904 to Miss Lizzie Garrison a member of a well known and highly respected family, who is bowed down with grief over the passing of her devoted husband. May the God of the universe guard and protect her and aid her in the directing and raising of her children. A very large number of sorrowing friends and neighbors attended the funeral services at the Concord Church conducted by Chas. Vanzandt, Monday October 25, to pay the last tribute of love and respect to a good citizen and neighbor. Online Obit
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WARREN, Ethelin 1918 1920 Research Note: Daughter of Elias Hunter and Lizzie Garrison Census
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WARREN, Eva L. (ANTLE) Nov. 24, 1861
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 15, 1957
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: William M. - Research Note: Daughter of Sidney Antle and Margaret Price. - September 2, 1915, Cassville Republican - Independence News: Mrs. Margaret Antle is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. William Warren. Death Certificate
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WARREN, Gracie July 2, 1899 Oct. 10, 1900 Inscription: "Dau. of W. M. and Eva" - Research Note: Daughter of William Monroe Warren and Eva Antle. Note
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WARREN, Hannah (BOWMAN) Feb. 9, 1814
Greene Co., TN
Aug. 24, 1893
MO
Inscription: "Wife of Jesse Warren - Aged 79 Yr. 6 Mo." - Research Note: Jesse Warren married Hannah Bowman on Aug. 29, 1858 in Rhea Co., TN. Researchers say she was the daughter of Aaron Bowman and Sallie Dement. - Another Photo - Before Repair TN Marriage Records
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WARREN, Jesse Abt. 1814
TN
Nov. 13, 1877
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "63 yrs 6 mos 27 days" (Mason) - Research Note: He was the husband of Hannah Bowman. TN Marriage Records
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WARREN, Jesse Winton Sept. 12, 1892
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 15, 1900
Concord,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of W. M. and Eva" - Research Note: Son of William Monroe Warren and Eva Antle. - Cassville Republican, October 25, 1900 - Jessie Winton, son of Wm. and Evy Warren, died at Concord, Aug. 15, 1900, age 7 years, 11 months and 3 days. Bessie departed this life Sept. 29, 1900, age 5 years, 10 months and 24 days. Little Grace followed them Oct. 10, 1900. She lived here 1 year, 2 months and 19 days. The two former were sick three days only and the latter five days. Short was their stay with us, and but thank God they are now in Heaven, where no sad experience will ever come, but to live with and learn of Him who "Took little children in His arms and blessed them." and to associate with those loved ones who were "Washed in the blood of the Lamb" that part of the family spoken of in Eph. 3:15. We can go to them 2nd Kings 12:23 "I shall go to Him, but he shall not return to me." And the good shepherd has taken these little lambs across the river where suffering and death can never come. Then let us look through our tears and say by His grace I will go there too. Photo
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WARREN, John A. May 29, 1844
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 2, 1924
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary H. Warren - Research Note: Son of Jesse Warren and mother not known on the death certificate. A. L. Walker of Exeter, MO was the informant. His mother was Hannah Bowman born TN. Death Certificate
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WARREN, Lizzie (GARRISON) 1885 1958 SSW: E. Hunter - Research Note: Hunter Warren, age 21, married Lizzie Garrison, age 19, on Dec. 25, 1904 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of John Rite Garrison and Sarah Jane Davidson. MO Marriage Records
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WARREN, Mary Hollaway (McCLURE) May 6, 1851
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 4, 1937
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John A. Warren - Research Note: Daughter of John McClure born TN and mother's maiden name was (Susan P.) Harrell, born TN. Mrs. Nora Walker of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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WARREN, Tennessee (WARREN) Dec. 26, 1847
MO
May 22, 1912
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Jesse Warren and Hannah Bowman both born TN. Mary McClure of Exeter, MO was the informant. Heart failure was the cause of death. - June 27, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Miss Tennessee Warren was born Dec. 26, 1847, died May 22, 1912. She was a daughter of Jesse and Hannah Warren, born and reared at the old Warren homestead at the head of Shoal Creek where she spent the greater part of her life. At the death of her mother, she lived with her sister, Mrs. Amelia Birkes, at the old home place for one year after which they moved to Exeter, living together two years. The last 19 years of her life she spent with her sister, Mrs. W. H. McClure at Exeter. She leaves to mourn her departure, three brothers and three sisters, D. B. Warren, J. A. Warren, and W. M. Warren, Mrs. Mary Harrell, Mrs. W. H. McClure and Mrs. Marion Birkes. One sister Mrs. R. W. Boucher and one brother James died several years ago. Online Obit
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WARREN, William Monroe Sept. 2, 1853
MO
May 19, 1928
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Eva L. - Research Note: Son of Jesse Warren and Hannah Bowman, both born TN. Eva Warren of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Democrat, May 26, 1928 - W. M. Warren, old and highly respected citizen of the Shoal Creek locality, west of Exeter, passed away on Saturday, May 19, 1928, at the age of 73 years, 8 months and 19 days. He died on the old farm home where he was born, He was born Sept. 2, 1853, and was the son of Jesse and Hannah Warren. On Sept. 24, 1885 he was married to Eva Antle. To this union eight children were born, 5 of which have gone before. He leaves to mourn his death, his wife, one daughter, Mrs. L. W. Hoffman of Mason City, Iowa; Arthur of Oilton, Okla., and Joe at home. One sister, Mrs. Amelia Birkes of Exeter, also survives him. Mr. Warren was a highly respected citizen and neighbor. He stated to his wife before his death that he did not fear death. He made a profession of faith some years ago but did not unite with any church organization, but expressed his regret in doing so. Funeral services were conducted at the Concord Church near his home, Monday afternoon, May 21, by Rev. Chas Vanzandt. Burial in Concord Cemetery under the direction of Blankenship and Barr Funeral Directors. Mr. Warren was one of the County’s substantial citizens and was well and favorably known throughout the country, where he had lived all his life, for his honest, straight forward dealings with his fellow men. Despite the inclement weather his funeral was one of the largest held in that part of the country for sometime, as evidence of the high esteem in which this splendid citizen was held by all his acquaintances. Death Certificate
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WEATHERLY, Emily J. (BRANNOCK) Dec. 31, 1824 Aug. 20, 1871 SSW: W. Y. - Research Note: First wife of Washington Yancy Weatherly. Daughter of Henry Brannock. Washington Weatherly married Emily J. Brannock on Nov. 23, 1841 in McMinn Co., TN. TN Marriage Records
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WEATHERLY, Molisa C. Dec. 20, 1866 Oct. 2, 1887 Inscription: "Dau. of W. Y. and E. J." - Research Note: This stone is off its base and flat on the ground. Photo
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WEATHERLY, Washington Yancy Sept. 14, 1819
Guilford Co., NC
Oct. 19, 1883
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Emily J. - Research Note: Age at death 64 years 6 months. He was a son of William W. Weatherly and Nancy Walker. He married first Emily Jane Brannock, daughter of Henry Brannock, on Nov. 23, 1841 in McMinn Co., TN. She was born Dec. 3, 1824 and died Aug. 20 , 1871 at Exeter, Barry MO. Emily is also buried at Concord Cemetery. They had 13 Children. He married second Martha C. (Martin) McClure on Apr. 7, 1873, and she was born May 19, 1833 and died Dec. 10, 1910, and is buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter. Barry Co., MO
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Jay Trace
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WEBSTER, Sallie R. Jan. 14, 1863
IL
Nov. 10, 1937
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Undertaker was G. A. Pogue and Son of Wheaton, Missouri. Daughter of Daniel Webster and S. L. Hurn born KY. Alice Nelson of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. It states that she was divorced. Death Certificate
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WOOD, Judith T. (LANIER) Aug. 29, 1792
VA
Mar. 3, 1872
MO
Inscription: "Wife of Wm. Wood" - Research Note: Researchers say she was the daughter of Collins Lanier and Lucy Berryman. William Wood died in KY. - 1850 Census, Simpson, Kentucky - She is head of household, age 57, born VA, with Lennis David and Mary Barnett and family. - 1860 Census, Green, Lawrence, Missouri - She is living with David Barnett, age 44, and Mary Barnett, age 36, and family; Judith T. Wood,, age 67, born VA. - 1870 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri - She is living with Judith Foxton, age 28, born KY; Salada, age 8, born MO; Arminda J., age 6, born MO; Judith T. Wood, age 77, born VA. Census
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WOODS, Andrew Pinckney Jan. 16, 1821
Haywood Co., TN
Feb. 17, 1887
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: E. J. - Research Note: Son of Oliver Woods and Nancy B. Haynes. Lawrence County Historical Society Bulletin - Andrew Pinckney Woods along with his wife, Elizabeth Jane (McCall) Woods, and their four daughters moved to Texas after the birth of Sarah Lavina in 1859 in Missouri. The four daughters who were listed were Nancy Jane, Margaret Adeline, Mary Elizabeth, and Sarah Lavina. Two more daughters were born while they were living in Texas. Emma May was born in September, 1861, and Zipporah was born in May, 1864. They must have waited out the Civil War years in Texas because they were back in Missouri for the 1870 census. Andrew's father, Oliver Woods, was compelled to leave Lawrence County, Missouri at the age of 76 after the 1860 presidential election. During the war between the states, he was a strong Union man and was advised to leave Lawrence County, which was over run by Confederates at the time. He was one of 14 people in Lawrence County who had voted for Abraham Lincoln. Oliver was shown as living with one of his sons, John Blackburn Woods, in Mount Vernon, Lawrence County, Missouri on the 1860 census. Oliver moved soon after this census to live with one of his daughters and her family. Oliver died in 1863 in Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa. He is buried in the New Hope Cemetery near Monrovia, Iowa. Note
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WOODS, Elizabeth Jane (McCALL) Nov. 5, 1826
McMinn Co., TN
Nov. 7, 1917
Okmulgee, OK
SSW: A. P. - Research Note: Daughter of John and Mary McCall, both born Scotland. See obit for Dr. Marcus David Lafayette McCall in Concord Cemetery. - Cassville Democrat, November 10, 1917 - Mrs. Pinckney Woods, a former highly respected citizen died at Okmulgee, Okla., Wednesday. The remains were brought to Exeter Thursday night and interred near Rocky Comfort. Mrs. Woods remains were accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Joshua Montgomery. Mrs. Woods was the mother of Mesdames Hugh Phillips, Keller, Robert and Joshua Montgomery. She was a sister of the late Dr. Marcus David Lafayette McCall and was an aunt of Mrs. S. P. Rosenberry of Exeter. During her residence here she was one of this sections most highly respected citizens. - Andrew P. Woods married Elizabeth McCall on Dec. 7, 1843 in Barry Co., MO. Online Obit
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WOODWARD, Dorcas Jan. 30, 1844 Nov. 12, 1927 Research Note: Daughter of James Woodward and Elizabeth Montgomery. - Another Photo Census
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WOODWARD, Elizabeth (MONTGOMERY) Feb. 15, 1810 June 4, 1893 SSW: James, her son - Mother Stone - Research Note: Wife of James Woodward Sr. - Elizabeth Montgomery married James Woodward on Sept. 24, 1829 in Rhea Co., TN. - 1850 Census, District 5, Barry, Missouri - James Woodward, age 57, farmer, born TN; Elizabeth, wife, age 40, born TN; Thomas, age 19; Rebecca, age 18; Julia, age 16; Samuel, age 14; Mary, age 14; Elizabeth, age 11; James, age 9; Esther, age 7; Dorcas, age 6; Hannah, age 4; William H., age 2; Sarah A., age 1. Another daughter Nancy Tennessee was born in 1851. - The 1860 Census Liberty Twp, listed James Woodward, age 61 (born abt. 1799) in TN. 1870 and 1880 Census, Liberty Twp: James is not present, Elizabeth, Head of H H. 5,and with dau. at home. Older children gone are: Thomas Perry, Jane, Samuel, and James, born 1841 MO. The reading on James, born 1841, and so this headstone would be his mother, Elizabeth Montgomery. Proven by the death certificates of some of the children. Census
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Beverly A. Matthews
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WOODWARD, Elizabeth Dec. 30, 1838 Oct. 9, 1915 Research Note: Daughter of James Woodward and Elizabeth Montgomery. Census
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WOODWARD, Elizabeth (WILKERSON) May 17, 1834
Russell Co., KY
Apr. 21, 1921
Pierce City, Lawrence Co., MO
SSW: Samuel - Research Note: Her death certificate names her father as Drury Wilkerson, Jr., listed as Sr., in Barry Co., MO, records. He was born in VA and her mother was given as Nancy Murray, born KY. Her Daughter Nancy E. Woodward married Everett H. Powell, son of John C. Powell, born MO. and Frances A. (Not M.) Appleby, born MO. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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WOODWARD, James Jan. 22, 1841 Feb. 3, 1903 SSW: Elizabeth (Mother) - Research Note: On side of this stone: Elizabeth Woodward, born Feb. 15, 1810 - died June 4, 1893. Son of James Woodward and Elizabeth Montgomery. - 1900 Census, Liberty, Barry, Missouri - James is age 59, widowed, head of household, living with sisters: Mary, age 63, Elizabeth, age 61; Dorcas, age 56; Sarah, age 51; and Nancy, age 49. Census
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WOODWARD, Jeff Davis Aug. 26, 1860
MO
Nov. 3, 1944
Rocky Comfort,
McDonald Co., MO
SSW: Mollie - Research Note: His wife was Martha Woodward at the time of his death. Son of Sam Woodward born KY and Elizabeth Wilkerson born TN. James Woodward of Rocky Comfort, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Jefferson D. Woodward first married Mollie House on Sept. 1, 1884 in Barry Co., MO. At age 51, he second married Martha Woody on Oct. 14, 1912 in Monett, Barry Co., MO. Death Certificate
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WOODWARD, Mollie (HOUSE) Feb. 23, 1859 Feb. 28, 1891 SSW: Jeff D. - Research Note: Daughter of George and Rebecca House. Census
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WOODWARD, Nancy Tennessee Apr. 22, 1851
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 26, 1936
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that she was single, and that her father was James Woodward and her mother's name was Elizabeth Montgomery, both born in TN. Beverly recorded her name as Tennessee from her stone, but her death certificate reads that her name was Nancy Tennessee. Charlie Stamps of Exeter, MO, gave the information. - Another Photo Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
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Donna Cooper
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WOODWARD, Polly Feb. 10, 1837
TN
Dec. 2, 1911
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that she was single, and that her father was James Woodward and her mother's maiden name was (Elizabeth) Montgomery, both born in TN. Cause of death was given as cancer of the right breast. - Cassville Republican ,December 14, 1911 - Polly Woodward was born in Ray County, Tennessee, Feb. 10th, 1837. Died Dec. 2nd 1911, aged 74 years, 9 months and 22 days. She leaves four sisters, Mrs. Jane Howerton of Purdy, Elizabeth, Dorcas and Tennessee of Exeter, besides a large number of relatives. She was converted in early life and joined the New Hope Baptist Church, afterwards transferred for membership to the Liberty Hill Church. She loved her church and all Christian people and said during her sickness that she wanted her friends to meet her in Heaven. Her remains were laid to rest in the Concord Cemetery, Dec. 3rd, 1911, there to await the resurrection morning. Headstone
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WOODWARD, Sarah Abi Abt. 1849 Nov. 6, 1907 Inscription: "Age 58 yrs, 5 mo, 23 days" - Research Note: Daughter of James Woodward and Elizabeth Montgomery. - Cassville Democrat, November 9, 1907 - An Old Citizen Dies: Miss Sarah Abi Woodward, an old and respected resident of near Concord Church in Liberty township, died Nov. 6, 1907, of dropsy, after a four weeks illness, age 58 years. She was a daughter of the late James and Betsy Woodward, old time and highly respected citizens of this county, and leaves one brother and four sisters to mourn her death. She had been a member of the C. P. Church for 40 years and was a good citizen. Rev. Robt. Ramsey conducted funeral services at Concord Church, on the 7th, after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery there. Census
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WOODWARD, Samuel Oct. 25, 1835
TN
June 16, 1910
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Elizabeth - Research Note: His death certificate reads that his father was James Woodward and his mother's name was Elizabeth Montgomery, both born in TN. He was married and Sallie Woodward of Exeter, MO, gave the information. - Another Photo Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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WOOTEN, Charles S. July 23, 1861
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 27, 1922
MO State Hosp.,
Vernon Co., MO
Research Note: His parents names are not given on his death certificate. He was a farmer, age about 61 and was single. The cause of death was suicide by hanging. Manic depression was contributory to the cause of his death. - Son of James Dickey Wooten and Mary Price. - Another Photo Repaired Stone
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Donna Cooper
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WOOTEN, Darthulia A. Nov. 30, 1862 Feb. 11, 1884 Research Note: Daughter of James Dickey Wooten and Mary Price. This stone was in at least three piece before Jack repaired it. - Stone Before Repair - Another Photo Census
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WOOTEN, Darthulia Mar. 25, 1889 Feb. 20, 1892 Research Note: She is buried next to Darthulia A. Wooten born 1862. She is listed in the James D. Wooten family Bible along with Darthulia A. - J. D. Wooten family Bible Note
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WOOTEN, Emily Mar. 9, 1877 Nov. 5, 1895
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: Infant Dau. of James D. and Mary M. Wooten" - Research Note: Cassville Republican, November 28, 1895 - Emily, daughter of J. D. and Mary M. Wooten, died Nov. 5, age 18 years, 7 months and 20 days. She professed faith in Christ Oct. 1890, and joined the M. E. Church south in March 1801, in which she lived faithfully until death. Her remains were followed by the bereft family and her many sorrowing friends to Concord where her funeral was preached by Rev. H. Pinkston, from Amos v8 and Deut. xii 9, after which her body was interred in the Concord Cemetery. As we looked at the lifeless from during the service, in the same alter where she was converted, we wept; but not as those who have no hope, for all felt that her rest was not here but yonder. - Stone Before Repair - Another Photo Cassville Republican
Nov. 28, 1895
Darla Ball Marbut
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WOOTEN, Emma June 15, 1870 June 15, 1870 SSW: Emmett - Inscription: "Son and Daughter of Jas. D. and Mary M. Wooten" - Another Photo Repaired Stone
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WOOTEN, Emmett June 15, 1870 June 15, 1870 SSW: Emma - Inscription: "Son and Daughter of Jas. D. and Mary M. Wooten" - Another Photo Repaired Stone
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WOOTEN, James Dickey Feb. 15, 1836
Jefferson Co., TN
June 20, 1928
Wheaton, Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary M. - Research Note: William T. Wooten who is buried in Concord Cemetery is James Dickey's son. Phyllis' notes: Death certificate says he was born in Bradley Co., TN. Son of James Stewart Wooten and mother not known. H. H. Wooten of Exeter, MO was the informant. - Wheaton Journal, June 28, 1928 - OLD-TIME WHEATON CITIZEN DIES: James D. Wooten, an old and respected citizen of the county, died at his home in Wheaton, June 19, 1928. His death came suddenly. He was born in Bradley County, Tenn. February 15, 1836. He was 92 years, 4 months and 4 days old. He came to this county with his parents when a young man and had resided here a greater part of his life. He was married to Mary M. Price when a young man. To this union six children were born, four of whom with his wife preceded him in death, those surviving him are, Mrs. Mary C. Yarnall of Exeter, Mo. and Horace Wooten also of Exeter, Mo. He was later married to Mrs. Mary Hackwith, who also survives him. He was converted at an early age and united with the United Methodist Church. He was a Lieutenant in the Southern army and only one member of his Company is now living, who is Jack McCary. He held the office of assessor and sheriff of Barry County. He leaves his wife, son and daughter, a number of grand children, one great-great grand child and a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his passing. Funeral services were conducted at the Concord Church Wednesday afternoon, June 20, by Rev. Chas. Vanzandt and burial made in the Concord Cemetery. Death Certificate
Nancy (Wooten) Cross
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WOOTEN, Lenora "Nora" (LAUDERDALE) July 8, 1878
Barry Co., MO
May 6, 1902
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of William T. Wooten - Died of TB. William T. Wooten married Nora Lauderdale on Dec. 18, 1899 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Samuel and Isabelle (Antle) Lauderdale. MO Marriage Records
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Don Collins
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WOOTEN, Mary Nodemia "Modena" (PRICE) Sept. 14, 1838 Aug. 21, 1903 SSW: James D. - Research Note: Daughter of Charles Jack Price and Catherine J. Samples. James Dickey Wooten married Mary Nodemia Price on Sept. 16, 1860 in Barry Co., MO. Online FGS
MO Marriage Records
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
WOOTEN, William T. Nov. 18, 1866 May 11, 1903
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nora - Research Note: Husband to Lenora Wooten - father of Claude F, Mabel O., Emma, and Charles. Died of TB. - Son of James Dickey Wooten and Mary Price. William T. Wooten married Nora Lauderdale on Dec. 18, 1899 in Barry Co., MO. Headstone
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Don Collins
MO Marriage Records
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
YARNALL, Harlan N. May 13, 1897 Aug. 17, 1918 Inscription: "Gone But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: Son of William Henry Yarnall and Mary Catherine Wooten. - Cassville Republican, August 22, 1918 - Killed in R. R. Wreck: Harlan Yarnall, third son of Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Yarnall of near Exeter, was killed Friday night in a railroad wreck in Iowa. The only report of the death received here is that he was at the place of duty as head brakeman on the train and that a water spout had weakened a bridge which gave way as the train passed over it causing the wreck and young Yarnall's death. Harlan was about 20 years old and single. He was born and reared near Exeter. The bereaved family has the sympathy of a host of friends and neighbors in their deep bereavement. Online Newspapers
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YARNALL, Lola J. 1901 1922 Inscription: "Daughter of W. H. and Mary C. Yarnall" - Research Note: Daughter of William Henry Yarnall and Mary Catherine Wooten. - Another Photo Note
Phyllis Long
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Jay Trace
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
YARNALL, Mary Catherine (WOOTEN) Mar. 7, 1875
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
June 27, 1933
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Mother - Wife of W. H. Yarnall" - Research Note: Daughter of James D. Wooten and Modena Price, both born TN. H. H. Wooten of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. William H. Yarnall, age 24, married Mary C. Wooten, age 17, on Apr. 3, 1892 in Barry Co., MO. Her father, J. D. Wooten gave consent. - Another Photo Death Certificate
MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Jay Trace
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
YARNALL, Paul E. Mar. 20, 1906 Oct. 25, 1906 Inscription: "Son of W. H. and M. C. Yarnall" - Research Note: Son of William Henry Yarnall and Mary Catherine Wooten. Note
Phyllis Long
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
YARNALL, William Henry Aug. 25, 1867
IL
Feb. 23, 1944
Barry Co. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He is buried next to Christine (Yarnall) Bond, born 1923, died 1987. Probably a granddaughter. His wife was Mary Catherine Wooten. Son of John S. Yarnall born Belmont, OH and Rebecca M. Hawk born IL. Mrs. Modena Bailey of San Diego, CA was the informant on the death certificate. Occupation was office work. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
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Jay Trace
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson


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