North and South Sections, Horner Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

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ADAMS, Charles Aug. 12, 1894
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 12, 1959
Sunset Valley Rest Home,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "MISSOURI PVT CO D 33 ENGINEERS WORLD WAR I" - Research Note: He was a son of Rhoda Elizabeth Baker and her second husband Thomas J. Adams. His wife was Josephine Barnes. Billy Joe Adams of Wichita, KS was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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ADAMS, James M. 1873 1937 Research Note: His wife was Ida Belle Rucker. Divorced by 1930 census. Son of Benjamin Adams and Martha Susan Monkirs. - 1930 Census, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri - Living with her daughter Violet and husband, Morris G. VanPatton, head, age 29, born IA; Violet, wife, age 23, born MO, father born MO, mother TX; Dorothy L., daughter, age 3, born MO; Ida B. Adams, mother-in-law, age 50, born TX, father born OH, mother MO. Census
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ADAMS, Nancy Josephine (BARNES) July 23, 1900
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 1, 1933
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the wife of Charles Adams and he was the informant on the death certificate. Daughter of Joseph Barnes and Clara Dent. Breast cancer was the cause of death. Death Certificate
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ADAMS, Julia M. (HAWKINS) 1869 1953 SSW: William H. - Research Note: Julia M. Hawkins married William Adams on Aug. 8, 1890 in Taney Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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ADAMS, William Harrison 1867 1940 SSW: Julia M. - Research Note: Son of Benjamin Martin Adams and Martha Susan Monkirs. Census
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ANDERSON, Mildred N. (BALDWIN) Apr. 26, 1906
Grange, OK
Sept. 10, 1936
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her husband was Boyd Anderson, divorced. Daughter of Samuel Baldwin and Ollie Seachris, both born IA. Catherine Morehouse of Carthage, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Cause of death was a car accident. Deflated rear tire caused the car to overturn. - Mildred Baldwin, age 18, married Boyd Anderson, age 19, on Nov. 2, 1924 in Carroll Co., AR. Death Certificate
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ANGLEN, Arnette (COKER) Mar. 11, 1879
Searcy Co., AR
July 22, 1918
Mineral Spring Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Death certificate has death date as July 21, 1918. Indexed on the MO Archives Web site as Arnettie Taylor Anglin. Daughter of ?? Coker, born AR, and mother was Martha A., maiden name unknown. John Anglin of Cassville, MO was the informant. - Cassville Republican, July 25, 1918 - A Mother Passes Away - Arnettio Taylor Anglin, wife of John Anglin of Rock Creek died Monday morning, July 22, age 39 years. The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Horner church, conducted by Rev. Henry Beck. Mrs. Anglin was born in Searcy county, Arkansas, March 11, 1879. She was the mother of eight children, three of whom are living. She was a member of the Baptist Church at Horner and was a consistent Christian woman, and an exemplary mother, wife, neighbor and friend. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to Mr. Anglin and the three children in their bereavement. - Arnettie Taylor Coker, age 24, married John Anglen, age 26, on May 13, 1903 in Carroll Co., AR. Both were from Eureka Springs, Carroll Co., AR. Death Certificate
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ANGUS, Samuel E. July 2, 1869 Feb. 13, 1948 No Data Photo
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ARNOLD, Carol (HORNER) Mar. 25, 1940 Jan. 2, 1999 SSW: Paul Jude - Research Note: She was a daughter of Eugene Charles Horner and Jean Camp Spalding and a member of Christ Community Church in Springfield. Cassville Democrat
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ARNOLD, Jeff Jan. 4, 1885 Oct. 27, 1969 SSW: Jessie Photo
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ARNOLD, Jessie (GRUIN) May 24, 1896 Oct. 4, 1977 SSW: Jeff - Research Note: Jessie Gruin, age 22, married Jeff Arnold, age 29, on Dec. 2, 1916 in Carroll Co., AR. MO Marriage Records
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ARNOLD, Paul Jude Oct. 7, 1938
Joliet, IL
Oct. 20, 2007
Springfield, Greene Co., MO
SSW: Carol Horner - Research Note: SSDI gives his last residence as Springfield, Greene Co., MO. SSN issued in NE. - Paul Jude Arnold, age 69, following a long, courageous battle with Alzheimer's. He was born in Joliet, Illinois, on October 7, 1938, to the late Romus and Genevieve Arnold. He grew up in various homes, including Boys Town Missouri after losing his mother as a young child. Despite his difficult childhood, Paul Arnold, achieved a great deal during his lifetime. A graduate of Missouri State University, he married the late Carol Horner, with whom he had nine children. He was the Marketing Promotions Manager of Paul Mueller Company for nearly 30 years, and instrumental in researching the history of Springfield, laying the foundation for the development of Jordan Valley Park, as well as organizing the display of historical photographs that hang throughout the Springfield Brewing Company today. But most significant was his passionate contribution to Rountree School. He served as PTA president in the 1980's, and along with his wife Carol, fought against great odds to keep Rountree school from being closed at this time. Facing dire statistics the school district provided at the time of declining enrollment, Paul Arnold compiled extensive detailed research by going door to door throughout the neighborhood and was able to successfully show the city of Springfield, that contrary to the districts' statistics, the enrollment trend for Rountree school was actually increasing. Thanks to his heroic efforts, the district reversed its decision to close Rountree School, which continues to thrive in a neighborhood passionately devoted to the preservation of their school. Paul was preceded in death by his loving wife, Carol Arnold; his parents; and his older brother Sonny Arnold. - Back Side of Stone Springfield News Leader
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ASH, Charline J. (BAKER) Sept. 4, 1903
Cox Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 7, 2002
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Floyd - Inscription: "Wed Sept. 18, 1921" - Research Note: She was the daughter of Albert "Ab" and Viola (Reynolds) Baker. She was a clerk for a dry goods business in Cassville for 37 years. She married Floyd Ash on September 18, 1922, in Cassville, and he preceded her in death. She was preceded in death by three sisters, four brothers, and one grandchild. Monett Times
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ASH, Delores Oct. 8, 1937 No Date SSW: Irene and Jack - Inscription: "Daughter" - Research Note: Daughter of Irene Ash. Note
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ASH, Floyd Jan. 17, 1901 Oct. 8, 1983 SSW: Charline - Inscription: "Wed Sept. 18, 1921" - Research Note: Son of John Washington and Martha (Vanderpool) Ash. Census
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ASH, Gwendolyn Nov. 7, 1927 Dec. 11, 1983 SSW: Raymond Photo
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ASH, Irene Oct. 2, 1909 July 16, 2001
R. H. D. Memorial Center,
Dallas, TX
SSW: Jack and Delores "Dee Dee" - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: She was a daughter of John Washington and Martha (Vanderpool) Ash. She spent most of her life in Barry County. She worked many years as assistant manager in the Myron-Green Cafeteria in Topeka, Kansas. After retiring she moved to Dallas. She was preceded in death by seven sisters and three brothers. Monett Times
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ASH, Irvin James Oct. 25, 1844
Madison Co., AR
Feb. 2, 1925
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sarah - Research Note: Son of Elodewick Ash born TN and mother's maiden name was (Lucinda) Roller, born TN. M. L. Ash of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Confederate Civil War Veteran - MO 11th Inf. Co.B. Death Certificate
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ASH, Jack May 10, 1941 No Date SSW: Irene and Delores "Dee Dee" - Inscription: "Son" - Research Note: Son of Irene Ash. Note
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ASH, Joe Franklin Jan. 21, 1887
Stone Co., MO
May 2, 1958
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lizzie - Research Note: Son of James Irvin Ash and Martha Stephens. Lizzie Ash of Monett, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Joe first married Sarah Rebecca Maples on Oct. 10, 1907 in Billings, Christian Co., MO. Divorced in 1913. He second married Lizzie (unknown). Death Certificate
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ASH, John Washington Jan. 14, 1861
AR
Jan. 19, 1950
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Martha E. - Research Note: Parents marked unknown on the death certificate. Floyd Ash of Cassville, MO was the informant. Grandson of Elodewick Ash. Death Certificate
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ASH, Lizzie (JACKSON) 1898 1993 SSW: Joe F. - Research Note: Maiden name unknown. Second wife of Joe F. Ash. Lizzie Ash, age 65, married Alvin L. Jackson, age 63, on Dec. 10, 1963 in Neosho, Newton Co., MO. Census
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ASH, Marion D. 1888 1969 SSW: Monnie L. - Research Note: Son of Irvine Ash and Sarah Frances Maples. - Cassville Democrat, Feb. 27, 1909 - State vs. Marion Ash, fighting continued at cost of defendant. - Cassville Democrat, November 27, 1909 - Circuit Court Proceedings: State vs. Marion Ash, felonious assault; plea of guilty to common assault and fined $25; stay of execution and recognizance in sum of $200. Mother's Obit
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ASH, Martha E. (VANDERPOOL) Aug. 28, 1865
MO
Aug. 24, 1935
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John W. - Research Note: Parents marked unknown on the death certificate. John Ash of Cassville, MO was the informant. - Daughter of John Milford Vanderpool and Matilda Hale. John Ash, age 21, married Martha Vanderpool, age 18, on Nov,. 4, 1883 in Carroll Co., AR, Death Certificate
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ASH, Monnie Lee (HOLLOWAY) Oct. 23, 1890
Hardy, AR
Feb. 5, 1952
Ozark Os. Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Marion D. - Research Note: Daughter of Steve Holloway and Mary Ware. Marion D. Ash of Aurora, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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ASH, Raymond Mar. 11, 1917 Jan. 22, 1991 SSW: Gwendolyn - Research Note: The 1999 transcription reported a military marker that reads: "TECH 5 US ARMY WORLD WAR II - PURPLE HEART". Son of Joe F. and Lizzie Ash. Census
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ASH, Sarah Frances (MAPLES) June 7, 1853
Cumberland Gap, TN
Dec. 6, 1937
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Irvin - Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Maples born TN. Mother not given on the death certificate. Marion Ash was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 8, 1937 - Sarah Frances (Maples) Ash was born June 7, 1853; departed this life December 6, 1937, age 84 years 6 months. She was born near Cumberland Gap, Tenn., coming with her parents when a small child and settled near Clever, where she spent her early life. She had out lived her 4 sisters and two brothers. She professed faith in Christ in her early life and had united in membership with the Missionary Baptist church. At the time of her death she was a member of the Mt. Olive church about three miles east of Cassville. Grandma had been sick for sometime but bore it with patience as she waited upon her Lord to say “Well done, enter now into the joys of thy Lord.” She had made her home, mostly with her son, Marion, although she would spend weeks visiting her other children, but she would always say take me home. Today we realized the Blessed Lord has taken her home, to be with him forever. Sarah Frances Maples was united in marriage to Irvin Ash in 1878. To this union 4 children were born; Charles dying in infancy, Marion of Cassville; George of Springfield; and Cattie Holloway of Purdy. She was also survived by two step-sons, John of Carmon, Okla., and Joe of Purdy; a stepdaughter, Betty Daniels, of Galena, Mo. She also had 26 grandchildren, all being present except 3; and 11 great grand-children, all present except 2. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Fairview conducted by Rev's Ed Brown and Verdayne Dodson. Burial in Horner cemetery by the side of her husband who preceded her in death 12 years ago. Horine-Culver Undertakers were in charge. Death Certificate
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ASH, Willa Dean Nov. 12, 1930
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 14, 1930
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of Marion Ash born Stone Co., MO and Monnie Holloway, born AR. Pneumonia was the cause of death. Death Certificate
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BAIRD, Christena (BEAVER) Sept. 24, 1856 Dec. 26, 1931 Inscription: "Wife of N. G. Baird" - Research Note: Daughter of Samuel Johnson Beaver and Mary Emeline Cargile. Census
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BAIRD, Flossia Jan. 30, 1878 Sept. 22, 1878 Inscription: "Dau. of J. H. and Dona" - Research Note: Named as Flossie in her father's obit. Daughter of James Hezekiah Baird and Hannah Caldona Matlock. Father's Obit
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BAIRD, Hannah Caldona "Dona" (Matlock) Aug. 25, 1856
TN
July 16, 1901
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of J. H." - Research Note: Dona Married James Hezekiah Baird Dec. 13, 1876 in Barry County, MO. She was a daughter of James and Mary Ann (Longley) Matlock. - Cassville Republican, July 29, 1897 - Horner News: Mrs. J. H. Baird and daughters Murdle and Mamie returned Wednesday from near Stotts City, Lawrence County, where they had been visiting relatives and friends. They were accompanied home by Miss Minnie Baird, who expects to remain until after the reunion. - Cassville Republican, July 18, 1901 - Tuesday, afternoon, Mrs. Hezekiah Baird, was thrown from a buggy at the foot of the R. L. Thomas hill south of town and instantly killed. Mrs. Baird was returning from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Samuel Mitchell. Near the bottom of the hill the horse became freighted and ran away. The occupant was thrown to the ground striking the back of head on the rocks, killing her instantly. The deceased a highly respected lady, leaves a husband and two daughters to mourn her untimely and sad departure. The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon. The entire community sympathizes with the bereaved family. - Cassville Republican, July 25, 1901 - Dona Baird, nee Matlock, was born Aug. 18, 1856, died July 19, 1901, aged 44 years, 10 months and 28 days. She was the oldest daughter of James and Mary A. Matlock and was born in East Tennessee. The family moved to Barry County in 1865 and have lived here ever since. She was married to J. B. Baird in 1876; was the mother of three children, one of who preceded her to the glory world. She professed faith in Christ at the age of 14 and joined the Baptist Church at Cassville No. 2 and remained a member until her death. Her Godly walk and pious conversation proved to the world her constancy to the faith, which she professed. Her remains were laid to rest in the Horner Cemetery, the place she loved so well. Funeral services were conducted by Eld. Brattin. - Hezekiah is buried at Moore Cemetery near Stotts City. The condition of his body and the bad weather made it impracticable for the burial to be made at the Horner Cemetery southeast of this city where Mrs. Baird was buried. - James Obit Online Obit
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BAIRD, Nathan G. Apr. 15, 1848
TN
Aug. 16, 1914
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Nathan was married to Christena Beaver. He was a son of Josiah Marion and Mary Jane (Moore) Baird. Death certificate gives his birth date as Mar. 10, 1846. Indexed as Nathan J. Baird. Same death date. Bright's disease was the cause of death. D. L. Mitchell of Cassville, was the informant. Horner Church Cemetery is marked out and underneath it says buried "near his old home". - Cassville Republican, August 20, 1914 - Nathan Baird Dead - Nathan Baird for many years, a highly respected citizen of the vicinity of Cassville, died at his home about 4 miles southeast of town about 12 o'clock Sunday, August 16, 1914, from Bright's disease. He became afflicted several months ago and a general decline became evident to his wife and associates. All treatment came to be temporarily only, availed nothing towards the regaining of his health and the victory of the disease soon became inevitable. The deceased was 66 years and 4 months old and was born in Smith County, Tenn., April 15, 1848. He was a son of the late Capt. J. M. Baird. When a small boy he moved with his parents to Lawrence County of this state where he grew to manhood. In the 70's he was married to Chris Beaver whom survives. To them were born no children. Soon after their marriage, they moved to the place where he lived until death. Besides his wife, he is survived by three brothers, John of Winfield, Kan., Chas. of Stotts City and H. S. Baird of Cassville, and one sister, Mrs. Linda Matlock of Stotts City. The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the home in charge of Rev. Ed Vanderpool. Interment was made on the home place at a spot selected by the deceased several years ago. In the death of Mr. Baird, Barry County loses one of its most highly respected citizens. He was a man of strong convictions and of unquestioned integrity and stability of character. He took an active interest in the affairs relating to his community and county. For thirty odd years he served successively, with the exception of one term, as school director of the Horner school district. We doubt if another man in the state had a longer record of service on the school board and took more interest in educating the youths of our country. He always manifested an unusual interest in the schools of his district and was a source of encouragement to every teacher who has taught in the district and the pupils as well. Death Certificate
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BAKER, Agnes "Aggie" Jane (WALLEN) Dec. 25, 1840
Hawkins Co., TN
Dec. 18, 1912
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: A. J. - Research Note: She was a daughter of John R. Wallen, born Salem, IL, and Eleanor Stapleton, born KY. - Andrew Baker married Agnes J. Walden on Sept. 15, 1859 in Barry Co., MO. - Death certificate says she was born in Hancock Co., TN. - Cassville Republican, December 19, 1912 - Mrs. Jane Baker, wife of the late A. J. Baker, peacefully passed away at her home in Cassville about 4 o'clock Wednesday morning, Dec. 18, 1912, aged 72 years, 11 months and 18 days. Her aliments were due to complication of diseases. Mrs. Baker was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wallen and was born in Tennessee in 1840, Dec. 25. In 1856 she came to Barry County with her parents who settled southeast of Cassville. She was married to Andrew J. Baker in 1859. To this union were born 12 children of whom the living are: C. C. Baker of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; A. J. Baker, John R., Joseph C., and Albert E. Baker of Cassville; Mrs. Tom A. Davis of Goldsburg, Ida.; Mrs. Francis J. Higgs of El Paso and William B. Baker of Lansing, Kansas. She is also survived by one sister and three brothers. They are Mrs. Willa Sims of Stone County, J. J. Wallen of Cassville, Shade and Ned Wallen of Fairland, Okla. Mrs. Baker was a member of the Baptist Church, a woman of strength of character and her devotion of love to her Savior won the over her many friends and neighbors. In her death the county loses one of its most worthy citizens, the community a kind neighbor, and her children a devoted, self sacrificing and loving mother. Funeral service will be held Thursday morning at eleven o'clock at the Horner Church, three miles southeast of Cassville. - Family Group Sheet Online Obit
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BAKER, Albert E. "Ab" June 4, 1873 Sept. 20, 1949 SSW: Viola - Research Note: He was a son of Andy and Jane (Wallen) Baker. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BAKER, Andrew Jackson "Andy" June 4, 1828
VA
Nov. 4, 1905
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Aggie - Research Note: He married Agnes Jane Wallen, Sept. 15, 1859 in Barry County, MO. Phyllis' Note: Cassville Democrat, November 11, 1905 - Gone to His Reward - The angel of death entered the home of Andrew Jackson Baker, 2 miles east of Cassville, Saturday, Nov. 4, 1905, and beckoned Uncle "Andy" to go to that celestial home. The spirit took its flight and is now breaking in the Sunlight of his Redeemer. He was born June 4, 1828, in Virginia, and his parents moved to Georgia, where he grew to manhood. He left Georgia, in 1847 and went to Pettis County, Missouri, and then moved to now Carroll County, Arkansas , and located on Leatherwood Creek on White River. In 1856, he moved to Roaring River Township, Barry County, Missouri and on Sept. 26, 1856, he and Miss Aggie Jane Wallen, daughter of the late Rev. John R. and Aggie Wallen, were married, to whom were born ten children, eight of whom are living. They are Columbus C., of Philadelphia, PA., A. J., Jr., Jno. R., Jos. C., and Albert of Cassville, and Chas. Baker of Mineral Springs, Mrs. Lou Davis of Idaho, and Mrs. Bell Higgs of El Paso (in Barry Co., MO). He was a member of the Baptist Church 39 years and lived a consistent member of that church. In 1863, he enlisted in Co. E., 2nd Arkansas Calvary and served to the close of the war. He was corporal in his company. In 1873, he moved to a farm near the Horner Church house, and in 1880, moved to his late home, where he resided for 25 years. He had slight strokes of paralysis sometime ago, but on Nov. 3, had a sever stroke, from which he never recovered and his passing away, was as quiet as a babe going to sleep. His ambition was to live a quiet and peaceable life, which he did. His friends forced the notation of county judge on the Democrat ticket on him, many years ago, but he refused to accept. He always took an interest in the affairs of this county and his country. He enjoyed the highest respect and full confidence of his fellowmen. In fact, all that is expressible, in the word good, was applicable to him. His remains were laid to rest in the Horner Cemetery, after short services by the Rev. E. W. Love of this city. To the bereaved relative we tender our sympathy. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BAKER, Andrew "Nan" Jackson, Rev. June 27, 1862
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 1, 1947
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sarah E. - Research Note: He was a son of Andrew Jackson and Agnes Jane (Wallen) Baker. - Cassville Republican, March 6, 1947 - Rev. A. J. Baker, a life-long citizen of this community, passed away Saturday afternoon, March 1 in Cassville where he had been for the past several years. For a number of years before his health forced his retirement, Mr. Baker was a minister of the Baptist church and during his years in the Ministry had served as Pastor of Baptist churches in different parts of this county. Mr. Baker was born in Cassville in 1862. He was the son of the late Andy J. Baker who lived for years in the Mt. Sinai community east of Cassville. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Bertha Shore of Cassville, and two sons, Amos Baker who lives in Texas and Charley Baker of Cassville. Funeral services were held at the Culver Funeral Home Monday afternoon, March 3rd. Burial was in the Horner cemetery, southeast of Cassville four miles. Rev. Baker was born June 27, 1862. He was married to Sarah Elizabeth King June 12, 1885. She passed away Feb. 6, 1929. To them four children were born, one daughter, Elsie, died in infancy. He was ordained to the Gospel Ministry Oct. 23, 1927. In addition to his children, grandchildren, and great grand-children, he is survived by three brothers, Cal of Miami, Okla.; Judge A. E. Baker of Cassville, and Will Baker of Topeka, Kan., and one sister, Mrs. Lou Davis who lives in California. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BAKER, Caleb Claude, Rev. Aug. 2, 1836 May 1892 SSW: Ephpha - Inscription: "Thy Will Be Done" - Research Note: He was a son of Joseph Solomon and Rhonda Rebecca (Neal) Baker. He married Ephatha "Effie" C. Sellers in Benton Co., AR, January 26, 1854. Note
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BAKER, Carl Mance Apr. 19, 1914
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 7, 2000
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Hattie M. - Inscription: "Married Aug. 20, 1938" - Research Note: Son of Albert and Viola (Reynolds) Baker, married Hattie McLendon on August 20, 1938, and she preceded him in death December 28, 1995. He was a farmer in the Cassville area and work at Pet Milk Company, Flat Creek Road District, and operated a bulldozer for Gene Fare of Jenkins and Farwell Construction of Eagle Rock. Monett Times
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BAKER, Charles "Charley" Bryan Mar. 8, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 24, 1903
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Andrew J. Baker and Agnes Jane Wallen. - Cassville Democrat, August 22, 1903 - Charles Bryan Baker died at the home of his parents, 3? miles east of town, Monday evening, Aug. 24, 1903 of congestion of the brain. On Aug. 29 he got his right leg broken in a hay baler and it is thought that brought on the brain trouble. He was born Mar. 8, 1880, just southeast of town and has always lived in this vicinity. He was an excellent young man, loved by all of his acquaintance, and a leader of the young people in his neighborhood. He was very energetic and a good worker. The remains were laid to rest Tuesday evening in the Horner Cemetery, attended by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends. Rev. J. T. Brattin conducted very impressive funeral service at the church. The funeral was under the auspices of the Modern Woodmen of America, the Cassville Camp conducting the service at the grave. Charlie was devoted to his parents and that makes it the harder to see him go. Sweet peace to your memory, Charlie. - Family Group Sheet Online Obit
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BAKER, Dollie Jessie June 2, 1919
MO
Sept. 8, 1932
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of A. E. Baker and Wife" - Research Note: Cause of death was typhoid fever and pleurisy. Daughter of Albert E. Baker and Viola Reynolds both born Cassville, MO. Her mother was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BAKER, Dora Mae (LANDERS) Apr. 21, 1883
Rogers, AR
Dec. 23, 1964
Burge Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Otis L. - Research Note: Daughter of John Abram Landers and Mary Jane Threet. John Landers of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Dora Landers, age 21, married Otis Baker, age 22, on Sept. 21, 1904 in Benton Co., AR. - Family Group Sheet Census
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BAKER, Elsie A. Dec. 16, 1900
Barry Co., MO
June 22, 1901
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of A. J. and S. E." - Research Note: According to her father's online obit she was a daughter of Rev. Andrew Jackson Baker and Sarah Elizabeth King. Father's Obit
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BAKER, Ephpha "Effie" (SELLERS) Feb. 19, 1835
Polk Co., TN
Dec. 19, 1914
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: C. C. - Inscription: "I have fought a good fight- I have finished my course - I have kept the faith" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Sampson and Mary (Cowan) Sellers, both born TN. - Cassville Republican, December 24, 1914 - Aged Mother Gone - Mrs. Eppah Baker passed away at her home in Cassville Friday morning, Dec. 18, 1914, at the advanced age of 80 years, 11 months, and 29 days. For sometime she had been very feeble. Under the weight of her four score years and the complication of diseases brought about by her advanced age her strength gradually failed until life became extinct. The deceased was born in Tennessee February 19, 1834. When 16 years of age she came with her parents to Arkansas. On January 26, 1854, where was married to Caleb Baker. To this marriage there were born eight children. Six are living. They are Joe Baker of Mineral Springs, Mrs. Rhoda Talbert of near Cassville, Mrs. Cleo Wilmouth of Cheyenne, Okla., Mrs. Martha Campbell of Mt. Vernon, Ore., Alvin Baker of Tryan, Okla., and Mrs. Fatha Shaffer of Loveland, Col. In 1856 the family moved from Arkansas to this county, where the deceased has resided for more than half a century. Her husband died several years ago and she, for some years, had been living in Cassville. Early in life she professed faith in Christ and united with the Baptist Church of which she had been a faithful member for 65 years. In her death the county has lost one of its oldest and highly respected citizen whose life was a high type of Christian Citizenship. Funeral services were held at the Horner Church Saturday afternoon in charge of Rev. Edward Chappell and her body laid to rest in the cemetery nearby. - Death certificate gives her birth year as 1834 and death date as Dec. 18, 1914. Joseph C. Baker of Mineral Springs, MO was the informant. Note
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BAKER, Eugene "Gene" A. Jan. 4, 1909 Mar. 23, 1991 SSW: Ruby Loretta - Research Note: Son of Albert E. Baker and Viola Reynolds. Census
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BAKER, Evert Leroy July 8, 1887
TX
Jan. 30, 1972
Cassville Nurs. Home,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mable B. - Inscription: "Married July 23, 1933" - Research Note: He was a son of Joe and Vesta Ann (Cox) Baker. - Cassville Republican, August 8, 1918 - Everet Baker of Gaddis now sports a Ford car. - Family Group Sheet Online Newspapers
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BAKER, Hattie M. (McLENDON) Sept. 27, 1912 Dec. 28, 1995 SSW: Carl M. - Inscription: "Married Aug. 20, 1938" Photo
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BAKER, James C. Apr. 7, 1884 Oct. 28, 1884 "Son of J. C. and V. A." - Research Note: He was a son of Joseph Caleb and Vesta Ann (Cox) Baker. The stone is badly weathered and was also reported incorrectly in 1982 in the Horner transcription of the cemetery book as James R. and as the son of W. J. Note
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BAKER, Joseph Caleb May 20, 1859
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 19, 1931
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Joseph was married to Vesta Ann Cox, July 21, 1880 in Barry Co., MO. - Phyllis' Note: He was a son of Caleb C. Baker, born Golden, MO, and Effie Sellers, born TN. Otis L. Baker of Cassville, MO was the informant. - April 27, 1916, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: Sunday while stricken with grief over the death of their wife and mother, Joe Baker and children were greatly disturbed by a party of young people from Cassville who drove by the Baker home on a picnic trip. No doubt that these young people were not aware of the heartaches they thoughtlessly caused but they should avoid a repetition of this regretted occurrence by always being decorous with passing anyone's home. - Family Group Sheet
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BAKER, Lois Willa Feb. 19, 1914
Barry Co., MO
Sep. 11, 1915
Mineral Springs Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of Evert and Mable" - Research Note: The death certificate reads that she was buried at Mineral Springs and that her mother was Mable Hays which is incorrect. She is buried in Horner Cemetery and online listing has her mother as Mable Benton (Owings) Baker and her father as Evert Baker. The obit of Truman Baker, buried at Oak Hill gives his parents as Evert Leroy Baker and Mabel Benton Owings. - Otis Baker of Mineral Springs, MO was the informant. Diphtheria was the cause of death. - Cassville Republican, September 16, 1915 - The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everet Baker Saturday morning about 1 o'clock and claimed their infant daughter, Lois. Little Lois was about one year and a half old. Her death was due to membranous croup. The funeral service was conducted at Horner by Rev. Ireland and the little body laid to rest in the Horner Cemetery. Online Obit
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BAKER, Mable Benton (OWINGS) Nov. 3, 1888 Feb. 1, 1971 SSW: Evert L. - Research Note: Everett Baker married Mable Owings on Mar. 6, 1909 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of George Wallace Owings and Emma Haigh. - Family Group Sheet MO Marriage Records
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BAKER, Mary E. May 31, 1866 Sept. 3, 1877 Inscription: "Daughter of A. J. and A. J." - Research Note: Daughter of Andrew Jackson Baker and Agnes Jane Wallen. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BAKER, Otis Leroy Apr. 11, 1882
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 7, 1954
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,Barry Co., MO
SSW: Dora M. - Research Note: Son of Joseph C. Baker and Vesta Ann Cox. Dora Mae Baker of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. It gives his name as Otis Lemay Baker. - November 11, 1905, Cassville Democrat - Otis L. Baker borrowed $125. from school fund. - Cassville Republican, Nov. 27, 1919 - Roy Timmons has rented the farm of Tom Linley's where Otis Baker lives. Mr. Baker will move to the McCandless farm he recently bought. - Family Group Sheet Death Certificate
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BAKER, Ronald Ray Mar. 6, 1942 Apr. 17, 1943 Inscription: "Safe in the Arms of Jesus" - Research Note: Son of Olen Curtis Baker and Ruth Henbest. Note
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BAKER, Ruby Loretta (DILBECK) Apr. 17, 1916 Oct. 5, 1990 SSW: Eugene A. - Inscription: "Married July 23, 1932" - Research Note: Daughter of William Frank Dilbeck and Josie Box. Census
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BAKER, Sarah E. (KING) July 7, 1869
Greene Co., MO
Feb. 6, 1929
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rev. A. J. - Research Note: Death certificate gives her birth date as June 12, 1868. Daughter of Alfred A. King and Nancy Woods. A. J. Baker of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Republican, Aug. 21, 1919 - Mrs. A. J. Baker is enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. Alfred King of Seneca. Death Certificate
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BAKER, Vesta Ann (COX) Sept. 3, 1859
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 22, 1916
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription:" Wife of J. C." - Research Note: She was a daughter of James and Martha A. (Moore) Cox. - Cassville Republican, April 27, 1916 - Vesta Ann Baker was born Sept. 3, 1849, in Barry County. Died April 22, 1916. Age 56 years, 7 months and 9 days. She was converted with the Cassville Baptist Church. She was married to J. C. Baker, July 21, 1880. To this marriage six children were born, five living, 1 died in infancy. She was a faithful wife and mother and lived a consistent Christian life till death. She leaves a husband, five children, one sister, two brothers, eight grandchildren, and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her death. A week before death she called her friends and relatives and told them she was going to die. She was reconciled and anxious to go and sang and played which gave consolation to her loved ones. She died with the Christian hope and faith in her savior. - Family Group Sheet Online Obit
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BAKER, Viola (REYNOLDS) Sept. 1, 1879
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 25, 1962
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Albert E. - Research Note: She was a daughter of Henry C. Reynolds and Susie (Chambliss) (Baker) Reynolds. Gene Baker of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Albert Baker, age 27, married Viola Reynolds, age 21, on Oct. 31, 1900 in Barry Co., MO. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BAKER, Walter R. Sept. 5, 1911 Dec. 20, 1985 Research Note: Son of Albert E. Baker and Viola Reynolds. Census
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BALL, Elgie Faye (MALONEY) Dec. 15, 1917
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 20, 1997
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Oman F. - Inscription: "Married August 20, 1937" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Henry Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Easley) Maloney. - Cassville, Mo. - Faye E. Ball, 79, Cassville, died at 3:13 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, 1997, at St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield, after a long illness. Mrs. Ball was born Dec. 15, 1917, at Eagle Rock. She attended Roaring River and Eagle Rock schools. She worked as a clerk at the MFA Exchange, Cassville, for a few years. She and her husband later owned and operated a country store for five years at Eagle Rock. She was a member of Roaring River Baptist Church, Eagle Rock. She married Oman F. Ball on Aug. 21, 1937, at Klamath Falls, Ore. He died July 3, 1996. Survivors include two daughters, a sister, a half sister, two grandchildren; several step-grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Fohn Funeral Home, Cassville. The Rev. Paul Yarnall will officiate. Burial will be in Horner Cemetery, Cassville. - Family Group Sheet Online Obit
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BALL, Oman Finley Sept. 22, 1916
Barry Co., MO
July 3, 1996
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Faye - Inscription: "Married August 20, 1937" - Research Note: He was a son of Charles Elmon and Ora Mae (Prior) Ball. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BEAVER, Samuel D. Abt. 1862 Jan. 8, 1884 Inscription: "Son of A. D. and M. Beaver - Aged 22 years and 20 days" Note
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BECK, Alva May 26, 1912 Oct. 28, 1975 Inscription: "PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Son of Edward Beck and Florence Ross. Census
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BECK, Andrew July 6, 1836
OH
Jan. 30, 1898
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Daniel David Beck Sr. and Mary Ann Bacher. His wife was Mary Elizabeth Wiseley. - Cassville Republican, Cassville, Feb. 3, 1898 - Andrew Beck died on Sunday at age 55, stroke of paralysis. He was a native of Ohio and came to this county from Illinois shortly after the war. He was buried at Horner Cemetery. - Note: His age reported in obit must be wrong because it would make him born about 1843. Tombstone has 1836. Online Obit
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BECK, Asa Otis Jan. 19, 1873
Barry Co., MO
June 26, 1948
Rural Flat Creek,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Lillie Loftin. Son of Andrew Beck and Elizabeth Wiseley, both born OH. Mrs. Lillie L. Beck of RFD Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Beck Headstone Death Certificate
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BECK, Carl L. May 13, 1909
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 14, 1910
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of A. O. and L. L." - Research Note: Death Certificate reads that he was born June 13, 1909, a son of Asa O. and Lilly (Loftin) Beck, both born Cassville, MO. His father was the informant. Death Certificate
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BECK, Clarence Amos June 16, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 25, 1940
Barry Co. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Easther L. - Research Note: Son of Henry R. Beck and Sarah Carterman, both born OH. - Mrs. Clarence Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Clarence Beck, age 23, married Esther McFarland, age 21, on Nov. 27, 1910 in Barry Co., MO. - Photo Enlarged Death Certificate
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BECK, Clinton A. May 4, 1913 Feb. 28, 1973 Inscription: "Walking With God" - Research Note: Son of David Andrew Beck and Rosa Belle Brooks. Census
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BECK, Curtis Mar. 1, 1925 Dec. 19, 1986 Inscription: "PFC US ARMY WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Son of Edward Beck and Florence Ross. Census
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BECK, Danie Mar. 7, 1891
Barry Co., MO
July 31, 1922
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads that he was a son of Henry R. and Sarah (Carterman) Beck. Sarah was born in OH and Henry in Barry Co., MO. It reads that Daniel died was born Feb. 7, 1896 and died July 31, 1923. He was a blacksmith and his wife was named Ollie May. His father was the informant. Death Certificate
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BECK, Daniel David, Sr, Jan. 30, 1805
Northumberland Co., PA
Oct. 29, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "75 Ys 9 Ms" - Research Note: Son of Andrew Jackson and Catherine Beck. His wife was Mary Ann Bacher. - Another Photo Note
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BECK, Daniel David, Jr. June 21, 1838
Hancock Co., OH
Aug. 15, 1908
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Louisa - Research Note: Son of Daniel David Beck and Mary Ann Bacher. - August 22, 1908, Cassville Democrat - A Good Citizen Passes Away: After a short illness, the sprit of Daniel Beck bid adieu to this world and to an affectionate wife and loving children and friends and went to God who gave it, at his home 4 miles, out on the Golden road, Saturday, morning of paralysis and cramp colic, aged about 70 years. The funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon at the Horner Church by Rev. Henson, after which the remains were laid to rest at the cemetery at that place. A good man has departed who enjoyed there respect, esteem, and confidence of all his neighbors. To the bereaved family we extend our sympathy. Birth
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BECK, David Andrew Dec. 11, 1870
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 10, 1952
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rosa B. - Research Note: His wife was Rosa Belle Brooks at the time of his death. Son of Andrew Beck and Elizabeth Wiseley. Mrs. Beulah Adwell of Verona, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, Dennis Ray Sept. 6, 1946 Mar. 9, 1992 No Data Photo
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BECK, Donald Louis 1929 1982 Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: Son of Edward Beck and Florence Ross. At one time, his wife was Dortha Ellen (Laughlin) (Snodgrass) (Cooper) Beck. Census
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BECK, Donald T. Apr. 18, 1942 Apr. 18, 1987 Inscription: "Son of Lester T. and Jewell C." - Research Note: On the 1999 transcription the stone was reported to read April 18, 1947 as the death date, which is incorrect. Photo
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BECK, Dorothy (JOHNSON) Oct. 16, 1910
Palestine, TX
Aug. 27, 2004
St. John's Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Virgil - Inscription: "Dec. 27, 1930" - Research: She was a daughter of Ross and Olive (Ericson) Johnson. She taught school 12 years in Purdy and also other rural schools in Barry County. She married Virgil Beck on December 27, 1930, in Bentonville, Arkansas, and he preceded her in death December 21, 1979. Survivors include one son, two daughters, seven grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, and six great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Ruby; and one great grandchild. Cassville Democrat
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BECK, Easther L. (ASH) (McFARLAND) Sept. 8, 1886
MO
July 20, 1976
Contra Costa, CA
SSW: Clarence A. - Research Note: Daughter of John W. Ash and Martha Vanderpool. Esther l, Ash, age 15, married James M. McFarland, age 21, on Nov. 20, 1903 in Barry Co., MO. Her father, John W. Ash, gave consent. Clarence Beck, age 23, married Esther McFarland, age 21, on Nov. 27, 1910 in Barry Co., MO. - Photo Enlarged MO Marriage Records
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BECK, Edward "Ed" Dec. 4, 1889
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 19, 1961
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Florence Ross - Research Note: Son of Henry Beck and Sarah Carterman. Florence Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Republican, June 19, 1913 - Circuit Court Docket: State vs. Ed Beck, parole. Death Certificate
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BECK, Elza David Oct. 6, 1902
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 8, 1937
Newfoundland,
Canada
Research Note: Son of David Andrew Beck and Rosa Belle Brooks. - Cassville Republican, Nov. 18, 1937 - Dave Beck who lives south of Cassville, received word last week that his son, Elza Beck, had passed away on November 8th in a hospital in Newfoundland. Death was a result of burns from acid on October 16th. Eliza and his family were here last August for a visit with his father and other relatives. He had been in Newfoundland but a few weeks prior to his death. Word has come that Elza's body left Newfoundland for New York where it is expected to arrive on the 18th. From New York it will be sent directly to Cassville and is expected to arrive the very last of the week. His wife and little son are accompanying the body. For the past twelve years Elza had been employed by the Chicago Iron Bride Co. Funeral arrangements are yet incomplete. Online Obit
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BECK, Erskine Bennett Sept. 11, 1935 Mar. 4, 1998 Research Note: Son of Erskine Henry Beck and Thelma Chappell. Census
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BECK, Erskine Henry "Bud" Jan. 12, 1900 Jan. 20, 1978 SSW: Thelma - Inscription: "Married Aug. 14, 1923" - Research Note: Son of Henry Redman Beck and Sarah Lydia Carterman. - Family Group Sheet Census
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BECK, Florence Clarice Clarinda (ROSS) Mar. 27, 1893
MO
July 25, 1966
Cardwell Memorial Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Ed - Research Note: Daughter of Jeremiah "Jerry" L. Ross and Mary Elizabeth Hembree. Usual residence was Cassville, MO. Mrs. Herschel Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Ed Beck, age 22, married Florence Ross, age 18, on July 2, 1911 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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BECK, George Apr. 6, 1840
OH
Mar. 26, 1877
MO
Research Note: Son of Daniel David Beck and Mary Ann Bacher. Researchers say his wife was Eletha Melvina Dillon. Married second Andrew Jackson Stever. She is in the 1880 Census, Flat Creek, Barry, Missouri with A. J. Stever with Beck children. Census
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BECK, George A. Apr.? 15, 1887 __ 16, 1887 Inscription: "Son of H. R. and S. L." - Research Note: 1999 transcribed as date of birth Jan. 15, 1887. Son of Henry Redman Beck and Sarah Lydia Carterman. Note
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BECK, Gladys Fay Jan. 30, 1910
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 4, 1912
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of H. R. and S." - Research Note: Daughter of Henry Beck and Sarah Carterman. Pneumonia was the cause of death. Tom Hurst of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, Glenn Aug. 1, 1923
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 23, 1924
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Acute dysentery was the cause of death. Son of Ed Beck and Florence Ross. His father of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, Glenna (GARDNER) Feb. 17, 1917 Nov. 23, 1995 SSW: Johnny - Research Note: 1930 Census, Monett, Barry, Missouri - Glenna is living with her mother Gladys G. and step-father John B. Waltrip. Census
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BECK, Grover C. Feb. 16, 1880 Oct. 16, 1974 SSW: Smithie L. - Inscription: "Married Mar. 26, 1911" - Research Note: Son of Henry Redman Beck and Sarah Carterman. - Cassville Republican, February 27, 1913 - Circuit Court Docket: State vs. Grover Beck, et al, larceny of timber. - Cassville Republican, June 19, 1913 - Circuit Court Docket: State vs. Grover Beck, parole. Online Newspapers
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BECK, Henry Redman, Rev. Jan. 31, 1868
Barry Co., MO
May 18, 1933
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sarah - Inscription: "Our Loved Ones Are Sleeping Here" - Research Note: Son of Daniel Beck and mother's maiden name was (Louisa) Redman. Clarence Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, Herschel Mar. 4, 1927 Aug. 4, 1995 SSW: Marzell - Inscription: "Married Nov. 26, 1953" - Research Note: Son of Edward Beck and Florence Ross. Census
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BECK, Herschel Lee, Jr. Oct. 25, 1954
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
Sept. 20, 2011
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Herschel Lee Beck, Sr. and Marzell (Garrett) Beck. He was a 1973 graduate of Wheaton High School. He worked in the logging business for many years at Mitchell's sawmill, north of Wheaton. White Funeral Home
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BECK, Ilus A. "Jack" 1905 1937 Research Note: Son of David Andrew Beck and Rosa Belle Brooks. Census
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BECK, Infant Sept. 26, 1917
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 27, 1917
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of C. A. and E. L." - Research Note: He was the son of Clarence A. Beck, born Barry Co., MO, and Easther L. Ash, born Barry Co., MO. Born premature. Death Certificate
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BECK, Infant No Date Feb. 20, 1883 Inscription: "Infant Son of H. A. and L. J." Photo
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BECK, James A. May 20, 1868
Berryville, AR
Feb. 15, 1936
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Martha J. - Research Note: Son of Fred Beck and Catherine Brownfield. Mrs. Luther Barber? of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, James E. Feb. 13, 1879 Nov. 20, 1957 Research Note: Son of Andrew Beck and Elizabeth Wiseley. Census
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BECK, Jesse M. 1920 1969 Temporary Marker - Research Note: Son of Edward Beck and Florence Ross. Census
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BECK, John Glen Nov. 7, 1951
Polk Co., AR
Aug. 25, 2001
Springdale, AR
SSW: Katie Lucy - Inscription: "Married June 6, 1969" - Research Note: Son of Johnny Beck and Glenna Gardner. Note
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BECK, Johnny Feb. 17, 1916 Mar. 22, 1988 SSW: Glenna- Research Note: The 1999 transcription reported a military stone that reads: " CPL US Army WWII". Son of Edward Beck and Florence Ross. Census
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BECK, June Rose Oct. 15, 1933 Aug. 11, 1981 Research Note: Daughter of Edward Beck and Florence Ross. Census
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BECK, Katie Lucy (SIZEMORE) Apr. 6, 1953 No Date SSW: John Glen - Inscription: "Married June 6, 1969" Photo
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BECK, Lester T. Dec. 19, 1911 June 27, 1981 Inscription: "At Peace" - Research Note: Son of Grover C. Beck and Smithie Lucinda Hilburn. His wife was Jewell C. (unknown). Census
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BECK, Lillie L. (LOFTIN) Nov. 18, 1878 Nov. 30, 1974 Research Note: Daughter of Alfred H. and Margaret A. Loftin. - September 3, 1904, Cassville Democrat - Marriage Licenses: Asa O. Beck, Cassville and Lillie L. Loftin, Columbus, Kansas. - Beck Headstone Online Newspapers
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BECK, Louisa Ann (REDMAN) Jan. 30, 1840
OH
Oct. 16, 1915
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Daniel David - Research Note: There is very little information on her death certificate. Mr. Redmond (Redman) was her father and H. R. Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant. - Daughter of Thomas S. Redman and Margaret Day. - October 21, 1915, Cassville Republican - Aged Mother Passes Away: Mrs. Louisa Beck, widow of the late Daniel Beck, of the Mt. Sinai neighborhood, died at her home Saturday, Oct. 16, of dropsy, at the age of 75 years, 8 months and 16 days. She was born in Ohio Jan. 30, 1840. She lived in that state until after she was married to Daniel Beck about the time of the close of the Civil War. They then moved to Jasper County, Mo., where they lived for a short time, coming to this county in 1868. They located east of Cassville and continued to live in that locality until their deaths. Daniel beck died in 1909. The children living are: Mrs. Sarah Munday of Mano, George of Barbara, Ark., H. R. and Miss Elisa of Cassville and Mrs. Missouri Graber of Butterfield. Mrs. Beck had for many years been a devoted member of the Baptist Church and was an estimable woman and a friend to everybody. Funeral services were held at the Horner Baptist Church Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Ed Chappell and interment made in the cemetery nearby. Death Certificate
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BECK, Martha J. (COSTELLO) Mar. 20, 1861
Taney Co., MO
Mar. 5, 1928
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James A. - Research Note: Death certificate gives her birth date as Mar. 19, 1860. Father named as William Costello and mother Mary Packwood, both born TN. Mrs. W. L. Barber of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, Mary Ann (BACHER) June 4, 1810
Fairfield Co., OH
May 4, 1882
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of Daniel Beck - Aged 71 Ys 11 Ms 28 Ds" Photo
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BECK, Mary Elizabeth (WISELEY) Feb. 19, 1839
OH
Sept. 2, 1903
MO
Inscription: "Wife of Andrew Beck" - Research Note: Maybe the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Wiseley. Note
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BECK, Mary M. Abt. 1873 May 12, 1875 Inscription: "Age 1 MO 9 DS, Dau. of Andrew and E. Beck" - Research Note: Daughter of Andrew Beck and Mary Elizabeth Wiseley. Note
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BECK, Marzell Lillian (GARRETT) Oct. 9, 1936
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 2, 2000
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Herschel - Inscription: "Married Nov 26, 1953" - Research Note: Husband, Herschel Beck, preceded her in death Aug. 4, 1995. - Phyllis' Note: She was a daughter of Lewis and Erma (Pruitt) Garrett. She married Herschel Beck, Sr., on November 26, 1953, in Cassville, and he preceded her in death August 4, 1995. Survivors include three sons, one daughter, two brothers, 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Monett Times
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BECK, Maurice Ivan "Poppy" Aug. 9, 1940
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 8, 2009
St. John's Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: Cassville resident. Son of Erskin "Bud" and Thelma (Chappell) Beck. Preceded in death by two brothers, Bennett and Ray Beck and five sisters, Ada Gaddy, Georgia Jonson, Marie Shelley, Norma Loveland and Hazel Miller. He spent his entire life in this area and was a heavy equipment operator for the Flat Creek Road District. Survivors include two daughters; a brother; three sisters; five grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Barry Co. Advertiser
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BECK, Myrtle May Oct. 15, 1906
MO
Oct. 10, 1925
Springfield Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of Henry and Sarah" - Research Note: Occupation, student. Daughter of Henry Beck and Sarah Carterman. C. D.? Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, Ray Sept. 22, 1934 Sept. 22, 1934 Research Note: Son of Erskine Henry "Bud" Beck and Thelma Chappell. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BECK, Raymond Mar. 30, 1918
Treece, KS
June 22, 1918
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Robert - Inscription: "Sons of Dannie and May" - Research Note: His death certificate has birth date as Mar. 19, 1918. Son of Daniel Beck, born Barry Co., MO and Ollie May, born KS. Twin to Robert. Notes on death certificate: Recently came here from KS and had no physician since coming here. Said to have indigestion. Bottle fed. Photo
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BECK, Robert Mar. 30, 1918
Treece, KS
June 24, 1918
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Raymond - Inscription: "Sons of Dannie and May" - Research Note: The death certificate has birth date as Mar. 19, 1918. He was a son of Daniel Beck, born Barry Co., MO, and Ollie May, born KS, and was a twin to Raymond. Notes on death certificate: Recently came here from KS and had no physician since coming here. Said to have indigestion. Bottle fed. Death Certificate
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BECK, Rosa B. Oct. 13, 1878
Taney Co., MO
Mar. 21, 1922
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: David A. - Research Note: Daughter of John S. Brooks born IN and Elizabeth E. ??? born OH. David A. Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Rosa B. Brooks, age 20, married David A. Beck, age 27, on Oct. 13, 1898 in Barry Co., MO. Death Certificate
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BECK, Ruby Kathryn Aug. 2, 1945
MO
Mar. 9, 1946
Cardwell Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
Research Note: She was a blue baby. Daughter of Virgil Beck and mother's maiden name was (Dorothy) Johnson. Her father was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BECK, Sarah Lydia (CARTERMAN) Dec. 26, 1867
OH
Oct. 11, 1946
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rev. Henry R. - Research Note: Daughter of Samuel Jacob Carterman and Rhoda Ann Kelley, both born OH. Virgil Beck of rural Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Surname was originally Cotterman and changed thru time to Carterman. Death Certificate
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BECK, Smithie Lucinda (HILBURN) Feb. 6, 1893 Oct. 20, 1973 SSW: Grover C. - Research Note: Daughter of William Green Hilburn and Rachael Lorinda Hembree. Grove Beck, age 21, married Smithie Hilburn, age 18, on Mar. 26, 1911 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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BECK, Thelma (CHAPPELL) Mar. 12, 1907 Oct. 4, 1977 SSW: E. H. "Bud"- Inscription: "Married Aug. 14, 1923" - Research Note: Daughter of John Edward Chappell and Orlena Ray Stever. - Family Group Sheet Census
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BECK, Virgil Mar. 1, 1908 Dec. 21, 1979 SSW: Dorothy - Inscription: "Dec. 27, 1930" - Research Note: Son of Henry Redman Beck and Sarah Lydia Carterman. Census
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BECK, Walter Allen Nov. 8, 1892 May 18, 1907 Research Note: Notes at findagrave.com say he was accidentally shot by his Uncle Ed Beck while hunting. Son of Henry Redman Beck and Sarah Lydia Carterman. Note
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BECK, Woodrow W. Feb. 8, 1916 Nov. 14, 1988 Inscription: "SGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Son of David Andrew Beck and Rosa Belle Brooks. Census
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BEVAR, S. U. July 4, 1872 Feb 18, 1892 Research Note: Name is probably Beaver. Photo
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BOREN, Mayme (BAIRD) Apr. 4, 1884 Jan. 29, 1919 Research Note: Daughter of James Hezekiah Baird and Hannah Caldona Matlock. Wife of Jesse Edward Boren. - April 8, 1915, Cassville Republican - J. H. Baird has returned from an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. Jesse Boren, and family of Ennes, Texas. - June 17, 1915, Cassville Republican - Made settlement for Death of Husband. - Pays Widow $7,000: The Texas railroad company responsible for the death of J. E. Boren who was killed while in the service of the company a few months ago at Ennis, Texas, has compromised with the widow, Mrs. Mamie Boren of this city, and paid her $7,000 in settlement. Mrs. Boren is a daughter of J. H. Baird of this city and she and two little children will make Cassville their home. - September 30, 1915, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: J. H. Baird and daughter, Mrs. Mamie Boren, have moved to Stotts City and will make that place their home. Mr. Baird has a brother and a sister living there. The citizens of Cassville regret very much to lose these excellent people. - Cassville Republican, January 30, 1919 - Died of Pneumonia: Mrs. Mamie Boren died Wednesday morning, January 29, at Purdy, following a short illness of influenza and pneumonia. She went to Purdy a week or more ago to nurse her sister, Myrtle Baird, who is teaching at Purdy and who had influenza. During the past week Mrs. Boren took sick and Friday, pneumonia followed in both lungs. The funeral is to be held at the Horner church southeast of Cassville Friday. - Jesse's Obit Father's Obit
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BOSTICK, Charley D. Sept. 27, 1872 Mar. 1, 1896 Research Note: Son of William A. and Cynthia A. (Stone) Bostick. - Cassville Republican, March 5, 1896 - Died, Sunday, March 1, Charles D., Son of Wm. A. and Cynthia A. Bostick, age 23 years, 5 months, and 3 days. He leaves a father, two brothers, four sisters and many friends to mourn his early departure. He was loved and respected by all and will be sadly missed at home as well as by his neighbors and friends. Charles gave his heart to the Savior about the last of November, 1895 and gave bright evidence that he had found peace in the pardon of his sins, since which time he has lived faithful and no doubt in safe with Jesus and with his dear mother who had proceeded him to the better land. The sympathy of the whole community is with the family in their sad bereavement and also in the terrible affliction through which they are called to pass. They all except the married sister and the father, have been afflicted with the typhoid fever, which took Charley from them. May the Lord comfort and sustain the afflicted brothers and sisters and give the father that consolation and strength he so much needs in watching and caring so incessantly as he does both day and night for his suffering children. Charles' remains were laid to rest by the side of his mother to the beautiful cemetery near Horner Church Monday, Mar. 2, service by this writer, E. A. Hawk. Online Obit
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BOSTICK, Cora B. Aug. 7, 1883 Apr. 15, 1906 Research Note: Daughter of William A. and Cynthia A. (Stone) Bostick. - Cassville Democrat, April 21, 1906 - Wm. Bostick received a sad message, Monday, from Nevada, informing him of the death of his daughter, Miss Cora, at the insane asylum, there on the 15th. The remains arrived here Monday noon and a number of relatives, friends and neighbors met them at the depot. They were conveyed to the Horner church, where funeral services were conducted after which the remains were interred in the cemetery there. Mr. Bostick and children have the sympathies of all their neighbors. Online Obit
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BOSTICK, Cyntha A. (STONE) 1842 1890 Inscription: "Wife of W. A. Bostick" Photo
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BOSTICK, Ora A. Oct. 29, 1870 Mar. 4, 1896 Research Note: Most likely the daughter of William A. Bostick and Cyntha Stone. Note
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BOSTICK, William A. Jan. 19, 1848 Jan. 19, 1928 Research Note: Civil War Veteran. Son of Charles Dalton Bostick and Ruth Ann Owen. - Cassville Democrat, Jan. 21, 1928 - WM. A. BOSTICK DIES THURSDAY - Old Time Citizen Succumbs Following Illness of Past Few Weeks - William Bostick passed away at his home, about 4 miles south of Cassville, at 9:30 o'clock. Thursday morning following an illness extending over the past few weeks with infirmities of old age. He was 79 years old, on the day of his death. The deceased was born Jan. 19, 1849. He was first married to Miss Cynthia Stone, Sept. 8, 1869, who preceded him in death in February 1890. Three sons and four girls were born to this union and one son and two daughters survive, who are Mrs. Tobe James and Mrs. Brownlow Hopkins of near Cassville and one son, Will who resides in Kansas. He was married to his present wife, Mrs. Addie Ray Bostick, July 7, 1910. No children being born to this marriage. He was converted at age of 19 years and united with the Corinth Baptist church and lived a consistent Christian life during that time. In 1862 he enlisted in the Union Army and served 3 years. He had 23 grandchildren and 11 great grand children. Impress funeral services were conducted at the Corinth church south of Cassville, Friday afternoon by Rev.'s Chas Vanzandt and C. M. Smith of Exeter and Js. T. Brattin of Grove, Okla. after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at that place. Wm. Bostick was an honest, hard working man, and at all times, was found standing on the side of right and honor. He was well liked by all who knew him and will be sadly missed by his relatives and friends. The Democrat joins in extending sympathy to the bereaved family in their sad hour. - Another Photo Online Obit
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BOWEN, Columbia (NEELEY) Mar. 29, 1884
MO
Jan. 4, 1948
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Vince Neely born KY and Mary Ellen Fair born MO. She was married to Sam Bowen. John Howard of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BOWEN, Ethel Marie (HARDWICK) July 8, 1916
Golden,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 18, 1981
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Rual - Inscription: "Married Sept. 6, 1936" - Research Note: Daughter of Simeon Allen Hardwick and Louise Jones. Married Sept. 6, 1936 to Rual Arlando Bowen. Son Donald Glenn Bowen (b. Nov. 5, 1940) m. Carolyn Sue Cox - Daughter Janice Elaine (Bowen) Miller (b. Jan 9, 1944) M. Dan Miller. - Obit: Mrs. Marie Bowen, 64, Cassville, died at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield where she had been a patient after being injured in a car-pedestrian accident at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in Cassville. According to Cassville Police Chief, Ray Burnette, Mrs. Bowen was crossing a street, apparently in a crosswalk, when she was struck by a car driven by Mrs. Mary Norwood, Cassville. Mrs. Norwood, Burnette said was making a left turn when the accident occurred at Seventh and Main Streets. Mrs. Bowen was born July 8, 1916 at Golden. She had lived in Cassville for the past 44 years. She was a clerk for Clothesline Department Store at Cassville and a member of the Cassville First Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, Rual Bowen, whom she married Sept 6, 1936, at Golden: a son Don Bowen, Cassville: a daughter, Mrs. Janice Miller, Bowling Green; a brother, Bill Hardwick, Purdy: a sister, Mrs. Hazel Shrum, Monett; and four grandchildren. Obit
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BOWEN, Rual Arlando Aug. 26, 1910
Beaver,
Benton Co., AR
Sept. 8, 1982
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Marie - Inscription: "Married Sept. 6, 1936" - Research Note: Son Donald Glenn Bowen (b. Nov. 5, 1940) m. Carolyn Sue Cox. Daughter, Janice Elaine (Bowen) Miller (b. Jan. 9, 1944) M. Dan Miller. Daughter
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BOWMAN, Isaac P. Oct. 16, 1850 No Date SSW: Sarah, His Wife - Research Note: October 2, 1913, Cassville Republican - Chas. Skinner of Cocker arrived Thursday to visit his brother-in-law, I. P. Bowman. - June 11, 1914, Cassville Republican - Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Myers of Clayton, New Mexico, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Bowman. Mrs. Myers is a sister of Mrs. Bowman. - June 25, 1914, Cassville Republican - Mrs. Minnie Johnson of Medicine Lodge, Kans., came in Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Bowman. Mrs. Johnson in a daughter of Mrs. Bowman. - Cassville Republican, March 7, 1918 - Mrs. Alice Dilsaper of Miami, Okla., is visiting her brother, I. P. Bowman, whom she had not seen for 27 years. - Cassville Republican, July 4, 1918 - Thos. Bowman of Colorado is visiting his brother, I. P. Bowman. He formally lived on Roaring River. - Cassville Republican, July 3, 1919 - Mrs. Emma Johnson of Medicine Lodge, Kan., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Bowman. She says the heavy rains did much damage to the wheat in that part of Kansas. - Cassville Republican Oct. 2, 1919 - I. P. Bowman who has been sick for many weeks is able to be down town again. Online Newspapers
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BOWMAN, Lindia Mattock (BAIRD) July 5, 1855
TN
Apr. 27, 1931
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of I. P. Bowman. Death certificate gives her birth date as July 6, 1854. Daughter of Josiah Baird born TN and mother's maiden name Moore. Mrs. Alfred Engeldorf of Verona, MO was the informant. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BOWMAN, Sarah (SKINNER) (MURRAY) Dec. 10, 1841
NY
Apr. 22, 1927
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Isaac P. - Inscription: "His Wife" - Research Note: Daughter of Elisha Skinner and Abigail Peckham. She first married Jesse Elon Murray in 1856 in IA. She second married Isaac P. Bowman in 1878 in KS. - September 17, 1914, Cassville Republican - Mr. Skinner who has for several months been staying with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Bowman, died Tuesday night of a cancer trouble. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 5, 1918 - Frank Murray of Aurora visited his mother, Mrs. I. P. Bowman, Sunday. His car turned over wrecking it pretty badly on the way down near the Pleasant Ridge school house. Two cars turned over there that day. Online Newspapers
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BOX, James O. Dec. 15, 1880 Apr. 12, 1883 Inscription: "Son of J. C. and S. Box" Photo
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BOX, Robert E. Sept. 23, 1883 Sept. 1, 1884 Inscription: "Son of J. C. and S. Box" Photo
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BOYD, Estes Archie Nov. 30, 1919 May 14, 1973 SSW: Mary - Inscription: "Married May 16, 1942" - Research Note: Son of Archie William Boyd and Julia R. McMillan. Census
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BOYD, Margaret Paula (KRUG) July 7, 1899
KS
June 19, 1968
Barry Co. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of Paul and Margaret Krug. Wife of Walter B. Boyd. Pauline Preddy of rural Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Census
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BOYD, Mary Christa (HILBURN) Sept 28, 1922
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 8, 2005
NW Medical Center,
Springdale, AR
SSW: Estes - Inscription: "Married May 16, 1942" - Research Note: Butterfield, MO resident. She was the daughter of Oscar and Grace (Beck) Hilburn. She was a farmer, a cook for Butterfield Ward School, town clerk in Butterfield from 1968 to 2001, worked at Ray's Sorghum Mill, and retired from Justin Boot Factory in Cassville. She taught Sunday school at the Baptist Church in Butterfield. She also wrote a community news column for The Monett Times for many years. She married Estes Boyd on May 16, 1942, and he preceded her in death in May of 1973. She was preceded in death by one sister, Ruby Keene. Monett Times
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BOYD, Walter Benjamin July 25, 1894
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 8, 1963
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "MO PFC SUP CO 137 INFANTRY WW I" - Research Note: His wife was Margaret Paula Krug. Son of William Coleman Boyd and Matilda Ann Drake. His wife was the informant on the death certificate. Census
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BRILL, Mildred (GRAHAM) Mar. 16, 1900 Nov. 1, 1984 No Data Photo
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BRITE, Oliver Price Jan. 9, 1862
Barry Co., MO
May 26, 1940
Cardwell Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Sallie E. - Research Note: He was the Barry Co. Collector. Son of Asberry Brite born KY. Mother not named on the death certificate. Raymond Brite of Purdy, MO was the informant. Influenza was the cause of death. - His mother was Teresa Evaline Spillman. Asberry and Teresa were married on Dec. 6, 1859 in Lawrence Co., MO. He first married Kate Seufert and second Sallie E. Wallen. Death Certificate
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BRITE, Sallie E. (WALLEN) Nov. 1, 1868
Barry Co., MO
July 28, 1945
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Oliver P. - Research Note: Daughter of J. J. Wallen. Mother not named on the death certificate. Mrs. Charles Hemphill of Cassville, MO was the informant. Oliver P. Brite married Sallie Wallen on July 14, 1901 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Republican, April 10, 1919 - Mrs. O. P. Brite closed a successful short term of school at Cedar Bluff Friday, April 4. The forenoon was class work and at the noon hour a bountiful dinner was spread for which Cedar Bluff is noted. In the afternoon speeches were given by the little folks and also very interesting talks by Prof. W. E. Hankins and R. A. Ellis. - Daughter of Jackson J. Wallen and Mary Jane Johnson. Death Certificate
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BROCK, Albert Washington Sept. 4, 1885
Shell Knob,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 17, 1949
Purves Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was married to Lula Jimerson. Son of Isaac Brock and Elizabeth Aldridge. Mrs. Elaine Duncan of Wheaton, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Family Group Sheet Death Certificate
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BROCK, Ausney Levi Oct. 9, 1828
Hickman Co., TN
Aug. 29, 1918
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Brock family researchers have his date of birth as Oct. 10, 1829, which may or may not be a correct date. Obit has death in 1919. Son of John B. Brock and Elizabeth Lauzine. In 1999 there was a military marker reported that reads: "Civil War Serg Co. B 2 Ark Cav." - March 6, 1913, Cassville Republican - Shell Knob News: Ausney Brock had his pension increased from 17 to 20 dollars. - Cassville Republican, Sept. 4, 1919 - Ausney Brock, one of the pioneer citizens of this county and one of the county's oldest men, died at the home of his son, Rev. I. W. Brock, southeast of Cassville Friday, August 29, 1919, of a complication of troubles. The funeral was held Saturday, conducted by Rev. Ed Chappell, and interment made at the Horner Cemetery. Ausney Brock was born in Hickman County, Tenn., October 9, 1829. He lacked only a few weeks of reaching his 90th birthday. He came to Barry County in 1850. He was twice married and 9 children survive him, two, Rev. I. W. Brock, at whose home he had been living for sometime, and Judge Amos Brock of Shell Knob are of the first marriage. The others live at a distance. During the Civil War, Mr. Brock served in the Union army. For nearly three fourths of a century he had been one of this county's highly respected citizens. He had been an invalid for the past few years but had borne his suffering patiently. In his death the county loses another of her pioneers who helped in making its early history. - He first married Sarah "Sallie" Horner. Second married Martha E. Wilson on Mar. 20, 1870 in Barry Co., MO. Note
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BROCK, Beverly K. June 2, 1934 Oct. 13, 1997 SSW: Eldon E. - Research Note: SSN issued in IL. SSDI
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BROCK, Edith A. (RIGGLE) Aug. 28, 1912 July 24, 1977 SSW: H. Austin Photo
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BROCK, Eldon E. Sept. 15, 1924 Apr. 28, 1989 SSW: Beverly K. - Research Note: Son of Albert Washington Brock and Lula Maude Jimerson. Census
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BROCK, Floriene Mamie (JOEL) Oct. 2, 1919
Fairview,
Newton Co., MO
Nov. 22, 2018
Springfield Rehab.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Noel - Research Note: Daughter of Peter and Laura (Moss) Joel. After growing up in the Fairview-Wheaton area and graduating from Wheaton High School, she moved to Cassville. There she met Noel Brock and Floriene and Noel were married in Rogers, Arkansas, on September 25, 1951. In 1962, Floriene began working as a cook for the Cassville R-4 School District to be with her daughters; she continued to work for over three decades until her retirement in 1995. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by eleven siblings. White Funeral Home
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BROCK, Floyd E. June 25, 1895 June 9, 1954 Research Note: Son of Isaac Washington Brock and Phoebe E. Aldridge. Floyd E. Brock, age 19, married Ruth Hockman, age 18, on Dec. 6, 1914 in Barry Co., MO. His father, Isaac W. Brock gave consent. MO Marriage Records
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BROCK, Gladys Irene (LONG) Sept. 16, 1926 Apr. 29, 2002 SSW: Keith A. - Inscription: "Married Feb. 7, 1970" Photo
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BROCK, Harvey Austin Apr. 28, 1914 Apr. 28, 1997 SSW: Edith A. - Research Note: Son of Albert Washington Brock and Lula Maude Jimerson. Census
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BROCK, Infant No Date Mar. 22, 1933 Inscription: "Infant son of A. W. and L. Brock" - Research Note: Son of Albert Washington Brock and Lula Maude Jimerson. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BROCK, Infant No Date July 4, 1915 Inscription: "Infant Dau. of F. and R. Brock" - Research Note: Daughter of Floyd E. Brock and Ruth Hockman. Note
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BROCK, Isaac Washington May 8, 1858 Sept. 17, 1941 SSW: Pheobe E. and Sophia - Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: Son of Ausney Levi Brock and Sarah "Sallie" Horner. Isaac married Phoebe Elizabeth Aldridge, Dec. 18, 1880, in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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BROCK, James Clarence Jan. 30, 1893 Feb. 2, 1918 Research Note: He was a son of Isaac Washington and Phoebe Elizabeth (Aldridge) Brock. - Cassville Republican, February 7, 1918 - Clarence Brock whose home was east of Cassville three miles, died Saturday, Feb. 2, at Chillicothe, where he was attending business college. His death was a result of an attack of measles of which he had been ill since January 18. The sad news of his untimely death brought deep grief to the members of his family and to his numerous friends and associates in this community where he had lived all of his life. Having been informed of his serious illness, his father, Rev. I. W. Brock, and his brother, Floyd, went to Chillicothe last week to attend him. They arrived Friday noon and remained at his bedside until he passed away at about the noon hour on Saturday. The body was prepared for burial there and sent to Cassville, arriving here Sunday at noon when it was taken to the family home east of town. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at the home, conducted by Rev. J. T. Brattin and Rev. W. T. Ward of Dallas, Tex. Interment was made in the Horner Cemetery. Clarence Brock was a son of Rev. and Mrs. I. W. Brock. He was born near Cassville January 30, 1893. He grew up to manhood in this locality, attending the rural schools and the Cassville High school. Early last fall he entered the Chillicothe Business College to prepare himself for work in the government civil service. President Moore of the College says that Clarence was one of the very best students in the college. He was a young man of sterling character and most likable disposition. He was industrious and ambitious to succeed. For several years he had been a member of the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church and was held in the highest esteem by the entire community. While his death is a hard blow to this family, his noble Christian life will ever be all abiding consolation. Online Obit
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BROCK, Johnnie W. June 28, 1922
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 13, 1999
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
SSW: Nancy I. - Research Note: He was a son of Albert Washington and Lula (Jimerson) Brock. He married Nancy Irene Edmonson, Mar. 21, 1970, Cassville, Barry County, MO. She preceded him in death Jan. 7, 1998. He was a lifelong area resident, delivered milk for Jacque's Dairy, managed the Railway Ice Company for several years, and was a custodian for the Cassville School District before retiring. Survivors include one step-son, of Goshen, Arkansas; three step-daughters, one sister, of Roseburg, Oregon; two brothers, of Cassville and of Tulsa, Oklahoma; 13 step-grandchildren and 26 step-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Wayne Brock, Austin Brock, Eldon Brock and an infant; and two sisters, Fredalleene Harrell and Elaine Duncan. Online Obit
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BROCK, Keith A. Jan. 16, 1939
Ellsworth, KS
Feb. 25, 2004
Cox Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Gladys I. - Inscription: "Married Feb. 7, 1970" - Research Note: He was the son of Harvey Austin and Edith (Riggle) Brock. He attended school in Cassville and operated Brock Cafe with his wife for five years. He married Gladys Irene (Long) Patton on February 7, 1970, in Cassville, and she preceded him in death April 29, 2002. Survivors include his step-mother of Cassville; one brother of Willow Springs, Mo.; and one sister of Tontitown, Ar. Monett Times
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BROCK, Letha Dee (BOULTON) (POTTER) Apr. 9, 1910
Atlanta,
Macon Co., MO
Sept. 4, 2007
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: This stone was posted with the April date as a death date. The following information reveals that it was a birth date. She was a daughter of William and Vada (Mansfield) Boulton. She was united in marriage to Ralph Potter who passed away. She later married Austin Brock on November 19, 1978. And Austin preceded her in death on April 28, 1997. Also preceded in death by her parents; a son, Keith Brock, a step-son; a brother and a sister. Letha received her education in Atlanta, Missouri where she graduated from high school in 1927. Following high school she took a post graduate business course at Chillicothe Business College and became secretary for a law office in Macon, Missouri. In 1929 she moved to Washington D.C. and worked for the War Department for thirty-eight and a half years. Barry Co. Advertiser
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BROCK, Lula Maude (JIMERSON) Jan. 28, 1891 Nov. 9, 1981 Research Note: In Johnnie Brock's obit, her name was spelled Jimerson, but sometimes the name is found with the Jimmerson spelling. Wife of Albert Brock. Daughter of John Harve Jimerson and Vardilla D. Craig. Albert Brock married Lula Maude Jimerson, age 17, on May 17, 1908 in Barry Co., MO. - Family Group Sheet Note
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BROCK, Nancy Irene (EDMONSON) Sept. 11, 1924 Jan. 7, 1998 SSW: Johnnie W. Headstone
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BROCK, Noel Isaac July 14, 1918
Mt. Olive,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 17, 2011
St. John's Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Floriene - Research Note: He was son of Albert Washington and Lula Maude (Jimmerson) Brock, born on July 14, 1918 at his home in the Mt. Olive area. He grew up and received his education in Barry County. At the age of 14 he began his lifelong work as a carpenter. In 1941 before the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Noel enlisted in the United States Navy. He was stationed on the USS Texas serving in WWII. After being honorably discharged in 1945, he returned to Cassville continuing his career in carpentry, building many homes in the Cassville and Table Rock area. On September 25, 1951 in Rogers, Arkansas, Noel was united in marriage to Mamie Floriene Joel. White Funeral Home
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BROCK, Pheobe Elizabeth (ALDRIDGE) June 14, 1859
Greene Co., MO
Mar. 25, 1929
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Isaac W. and Sophia - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: The stone reads that Phoebe was spelled Pheobe, but this family usually reports it as Phoebe. She was a daughter of James Monroe (born VA) and Martha Matilda (Hensley) Aldridge. Albert Brock of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Isaac W. Brock married Pheba L. Aldridge on Dec. 19, 1880 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Democrat, March 29, 1929 - This county lost another one of its very best citizens, last Sunday, when Mrs. Phoebe Elizabeth Brock died at her home near this city at the age of 69 years, 9 months and 9 days. She had been sick several years. Mrs. Brock was born June 14, 1859 in Greene county, Mo., and with her parents moved to this county when a small child and since that time had resided continuously in this section. In the year 1880 she was married to Isaac Brock, a well known and prominent farmer residing near this city. Ten children were born to this marriage, one of which died in infancy and the other at the age of 25 years. The surviving children are: Miss Sophia Brock at home, Mrs. R. L. Thomas, Mrs. Geo. England, Mrs. Loren Hodge, Albert, Ollie and Floyd Brock, all living near Cassville. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Geo. Earle of near Cassville and Mrs. Ambrose Towler of Mano and one brother J. H. Aldridge of Mano. The deceased professed religion at the age of 17 years and has been a consistent member of the Mt. Olive Baptist church. She was greatly loved by all who knew her and was a kind and loving wife and mother. She bore her extended illness with patience and will be sadly missed by her many relatives and friends. Impressive funeral services were conducted at the family home Tuesday afternoon by Rev. Chas Vanzandt of Exeter, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Horner cemetery. A quartet composed of Mrs. John Ray, Mrs. Glen Pearl and Chas. Willis and Clint Blythe rendered music at the services. Many beautiful floral emblems were received by the family. The Democrat joins in extending sympathy to the grief-stricken relatives of this splendid woman. Note
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BROCK, Sallie (HORNER) 1829 1867 Research Note: She was married to Ausney Brock. According to Brock family researchers she was born Oct. of 1828. Daughter of Isaac Horner and Mary Ellen Moore, both buried at Horner Cemetery. Note
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BROCK, Sophia Oct. 8, 1881
Shell Knob,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 30, 1966
Hoggett Rest Home,
Monett
,Barry Co., MO
SSW: Isaac W. and Pheobe E. - Inscription: "Sister" - Research Note: Usual residence was Cassville, MO. Lonola Hodge of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Sophia was daughter of Isaac Washington Brock and Phoebe Elizabeth Aldridge. On the name of Phoebe, Phoebe was spelled wrong on stone. This stone was probably put up by a brother, the reason they put sister, father and mother. This is my husband's grandparents and aunt. Note
Allene Brock
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BROCK, Victoria Elizabeth Apr. 27, 1986 Apr. 27, 1986 No Data Photo
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BROWN, Bert Wilson Nov. 24, 1915
MO
July 16, 1961
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co.,MO
SSW: Mae - Research Note: In 1999 the transcription read that his name was Bert Wilson Brown and that there was a military stone that reads: "WWII CPL US Marine Corp". He was a well driller. His wife was Corda Mae Ross. Son of George Brown and Eva Leah Owens. Cause of death was suicide. 410 shot gun placed on left chest. His wife was the informant on the death certificate. Note
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BROWN, Corda Mae (ROSS) Oct. 12, 1917
MO
June 1960 SSW: Bert - Research Note: Beverly's post had a date of birth as May 28, 1915, but the stone reads Oct 12, 1917 and there is no death date on the stone. Daughter of Daniel L. and Ethel Nora (Painter) Ross. Married "Bert" Brown. Note
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BROWN, Eva Leah (OWENS) Jan. 18, 1888
Barton Co., MO
July 27, 1975
Barry Co., MO
SSW: George R. - Research Note: Daughter of William H. Owens and Martha Ledbetter. Census
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BROWN, George Roscoe Apr. 12, 1887
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 23, 1972
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Eva L. - Research Note: He was a son of Thomas and Mary Ellen (Alexander) Brown. Worked farming and during WWII worked in aircraft factory in CA. Served as deputy Sheriff of Barry County. Note
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BROWN, Infant No Date Feb. 7, 1872 Inscription: "Infant Son of Ethan A. and Julia A." - Research Note: Ethan A. Brown married Julia A. Neely on July 4, 1869 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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BROWN, James Roscoe Oct. 16, 1923 May 26, 1984 Inscription: "GM 3 US NAVY WORLD WAR II"
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BROWN, John Henry Feb. 16, 1929
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 3, 1932
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of George R. Brown born Barry Co., MO and Leah Owens born KS. His father was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BROWN, Willie May 18, 1870 Sept. 11, 1876 Inscription: "Little Willie - Son of Ethan A. and Julia A." - Research Note: Ethan A. Brown married Julia A. Neely on July 4, 1869 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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BURKS, Lucy J. (NICKLE) Sept. 22, 1854 Sept. 14, 1908 Inscription: "Wife of Wm. Burks" - Research Note: Daughter of Henry Wilson Nickle and Esther Brown. Maiden name is given on son Ola's death certificate, buried at Oak Hill Cemetery as Ola Burkes. Census
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BURKS, William Monroe Aug. 9, 1849
TX
July 4, 1900 Research Note: His wife was Lucy Jane Nickle. Son of Elisha Burks and Mary Ann Beck. Census
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BURLESON, Nelson J. Apr. 16, 1916
Eden, TX
Mar. 22, 2003
MO Veterans Home,
Mt. Vernon, MO
Research Note: Usual residence was Greasy Creek, Washburn, Barry Co., MO. He was the son of Hoppson and Ella (Taylor) Burleson. He operated a barber shop in San Antonio, Texas, for 25 years before moving to the Ozarks in 1976. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member and former commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4205 in Cassville. He was a member of Crestview Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas. He married Ruth Weston on December 6, 1947, in San Antonio, Texas. He was preceded in death by two sisters and one half-brother. Monett Times
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BURLESON, Ruth June (WESTON) June 30, 1923
Doty, WA
Jan. 3, 2018
Mercy Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the daughter of Roy and Gertrude (Chappell) Weston. On December 2, 1947 in San Antonio, Texas she was united in marriage to Nelson Burleson, who preceded her in death on March 22, 2003. Also preceding her in death were her parents and one sister, Lois Varner. Ruth graduated from high school at Washburn. After their marriage she and Nelson lived in San Antonio, Texas where she was a clerk typist for Brook Army Medical Center. They returned to Washburn where she spent most of her life. Fohn Funeral Home
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BURRIS, Dave Abt. 1835 May 6, 1914
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: The obit reads that he is buried at Horner. His death certificate is indexed as David Burress on the MO Archives Web Site, and is given with a death date of May 7, 1914, and reads he was buried at Oak Hill. He is listed at Horner with no picture of stone. Obit for Lucinda Burris, wife of D. A. Burris says she is buried at Horner. He was widowed and age about 79. Place of birth, parents names all marked "unable to get information". Informant was B. T. Irwin, Supt. Co. Farm, Cassville, MO. Date of burial was May 8, 1914. - Cassville Republican, May 14, 1914, Thursday. Dave Burris, an inmate at the country farm, dropped dead Wednesday of last week, interment was made at the Horner Cemetery, Thursday. Online Obit
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BURRIS, Lucinda Abt 1845 Aug. 31, 1895 Research Note: Wife of D. A. Burris - Cassville Republican, September 5, 1895 - Died, Saturday, Aug. 31, Lucinda, wife of D. A. Burris, age 50 years. The deceased was interred in the Horner cemetery Sunday afternoon, after services at the Union Church, conducted by Rev. J. W. Haynes of the M. E. Church. Online Obit
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BYRD, Jack E. June 24, 1929 Apr. 25, 1991
Jefferson Co., WI
Research Note: Son of Jack W. Byrd and Rubye Horine. Census
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BYRD, Jack W. July 12, 1905 Aug. 7, 1984 SSW: Rubye H. - Research Note: William Jackson Byrd was possibly the son of William J. Byrd and Ella Jane Byrd. Census
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BYRD, Rubye H. Aug. 14, 1906 Aug. 3, 1971 SSW: Jack W. - Research Note: Daughter of Elias Keller Horine and Clarissa A. Horner. Rubye Horine, age 21, married Jack W. Byrd, age 22, on June 21, 1928 in Lebanon, Laclede Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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