Hale Cemetery
Now located in Stone Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
Elijah Clark Abt. 1846
MO
1873
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Moved to Philibert Cemetery. - The Corps of Engineers only moved 4 graves over to Philibert Cemetery in Stone County, Turner's being one of them, as well as one of his sons, Ellias Ogburn Hale, his son in law, Elijah Clark, one unmarked and one with initials of TJB. - His wife was Lavina D. Hale, died 1922 in Delaware Co., OK. Son of John Clark and Nancy Andrews. Elijah Clark enlisted in Company G, Arkansas 1st Cavalry Regiment on June 8, 1862 in Stone Co., MO as a private. Note
Gary Hale
Civil War Records
Phyllis Long
Photo
Jay Trace
Ellia Clark No Date No Date Research Note: Moved to Philibert Cemetery. According to Jay's Lost Graves CD, this was Ellia Clark but I suspect that it should be Elijah Clark. - Gary's note: The Corps of Engineers only moved 4 graves over to Philibert Cemetery in Stone County, Turner's being one of them, as well as one of his sons, Ellias Ogburn Hale, his son in law, Elijah Clark, one unmarked and one with initials of TJB. Note
Jay Trace
Note
Gary Hale
HALE, Ellias Ogburn May 18, 1839 1892 Research Note: The Corps of Engineers only moved 4 graves over to Philibert Cemetery in Stone County, Turner's being one of them, as well as one of his sons, Ellias Ogburn Hale, his son in law, Elijah Clark, one unmarked and one with initials of TJB. - Cassville Republican, March 10, 1892 - From M. S. Carter we learned of the sudden and somewhat mysterious death of E. O. Hale of Viola the 27th. The evening of the 26th, Mr. Hale's brother, A. J. Hale, visited him and remained until about 9:00 o'clock, As his brother was there Mr. Hale neglected to feed some of his stock until about 9:00 o'clock when he said he would go and feed, and the family retired. Between 10:00 and 11:00 O'clock his daughter Vena, missed her father and going to search for him, heard him groaning in the stable where he was found unconscious and though aid was at once called he never spoke and died the next day. From appearances it was surmised he had been foully dealt with by some one he found in the stable who was there with evil content but the doctors pronounced the cause to be apoplexy. - Ellias O. Hale enlisted as a farrier in Company G, Arkansas 1st Cavalry Regiment on July 28, 1862 in Barry Co., MO and survived the war. His wife was Sarah Elizabeth Morris. Note
Gary Hale
Online Newspapers
Civil War Records
Census
Phyllis Long
HALE, Louisa Jane (GADDY) July 2, 1853 May 25, 1920
Viola,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Phyllis' note: The notes on the front page of Hale Cemetery lists Louisa Jane (Gaddy) Hale which leads one to believe that she is buried there when in fact she is buried at Viola Cemetery. Gary's note: Second wife of William Thomas Hale. - Cassville Democrat, May 29, 1920 - Mrs. Thos. Hale Dead. Everette Hale of Sarcoxie, was here Wednesday on his way to Viola to attend the funeral of his grandmother Mrs. Thos. Hale who died sometime Tuesday night. She was the mother of Riley Hale of Sarcoxie, Allen Hale of Viola, George Hale of Bartlesville, Okla. Mrs. Bray of Idaho and Wesley Hale of California. She is said to have died of heart failure. She was a member of the Baptist church. - Cassville Republican, June 3, 1920 - Mrs. Thos. Hale died at Viola May 25, of heart failure. She left the following children: Riley Hale of Sarcoxie, Allen of Viola, George of Bartlesville, Okla., Wesley of California and Mrs. Byron Bray of Idaho. She had been for many years a member of the Baptist church at Viola. Note
Phyllis Long
Note
Gary Hale
Online Newspapers
Phyllis Long
HALE, Sarah (BUTLER) July 1819
NC
Aft. 1870
Viola,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of Turner Ogburn Hale. Daughter of Rueben Butler and Susannah Green. Note
Gary Hale
HALE, Turner Ogburn 1812
Hawkins Co., TN
Apr. 28, 1881
Viola,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Moved to Philibert Cemetery. - Turner Ogburn Hale moved to Barry County in 1853 from Carroll County, TN. Turner was born in Hawkins Co., TN, son of Ogburn Hale of Norfolk Co., VA. Turner's wife was Sarah Butler, who died after 1870. Turner died April 28, 1881 and was buried on his farm, along with 16 other family members. - Gary's note: The Corps of Engineers only moved 4 graves over to Philibert Cemetery in Stone County, Turner's being one of them, as well as one of his sons, Ellias Ogburn Hale, his son in law, Elijah Clark, one unmarked and one with initials of TJB. Note
Gary Hale
Photo
Jay Trace
HALE, William Thomas "Tom" Feb. 9, 1847
Carroll Co., TN
Dec. 1, 1924
Sarcoxie,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Phyllis' note: The notes on the front page of Hale Cemetery lists William Thomas Hale which leads one to believe that he is buried there when in fact he is buried at Viola Cemetery. Daughter of James Gaddy and Lydia Green. Gary's note: Tom is buried with his second wife, Louisa Jane Gaddy Hale. His first wife, Hulda Paralee Williams, is buried in the High Cemetery in Carroll Co., AR. He was divorced from both wives at the time of his death. He was known in the area as "Uncle Tom" as were many of the older inhabitants. He owned land in Stone County and considered himself a "laplander", because his land lapped over into Barry. His name was William Thomas Hale, not Tom J., he went by his middle name as did many of his family. William Thomas Hale was the son of Turner Ogburn Hale. - Cassville Republican, December 4, 1924 - W. T. Hale Dead - W. T. Hale one of the old time residents of Barry county passed away Monday at the home of his son, W. R. Hale, in Sarcoxie, having arrived a few days before from Idaho where he had been for some months. We did not learn the cause of his death. "Uncle Tom" as he was familiarly called was one of the old timers of Barry county, but the past few years he had been spending considerable time in California and Idaho with a daughter. But every year or two he came back for a visit with relatives and old friends. He is survived by two sons and one daughter, W. R. Hale of Sarcoxie and Allen Hale of Viola and Mrs. Cora Bray of Idaho. The remains were shipped to Cassville and taken by Horine-Kann Undertaking Company, to Viola Wednesday where interment was made. Note
Phyllis Long
Note
Obit
Gary Hale
T. B. P. No Date No Date Research Note: Moved to Philibert Cemetery. According to Jay's Lost Graves CD, the initials are T. B. P. but could be T. J. B. - Gary's note: The Corps of Engineers only moved 4 graves over to Philibert Cemetery in Stone County, Turner's being one of them, as well as one of his sons, Ellias Ogburn Hale, his son in law, Elijah Clark, one unmarked and one with initials of TJB. Note
Jay Trace
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Gary Hale


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