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

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
IRELAND, Infant Nov. 6, 1881 Nov. 6, 1881 Inscription: "Dau. of J. C. and M. E." - Research Note: Infant of John Christopher Ireland and Mary E. Cox. Note
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IRELAND, John Christopher Dec. 9, 1850
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 1, 1942
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: John was a son of John and Mary (Haddock) Ireland. He married Mary Ellen Cox, Dec. 7, 1873 in Barry County, MO. His father was killed during the Civil War by bushwhackers and he along with his mother are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. W. A. Ireland of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Ireland Headstone Note
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IRELAND, Mary E. (COX) Jan. 1, 1853
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 13, 1919
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of James and Martha A. (Moore) Cox, both born TN. J. C. Ireland of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Online Obit
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IRWIN, George Ellsworth Sept. 30, 1868
IN
May 11, 1931
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Martha Jane. Son of William Irwin born OH and mother's maiden name was Fuller, born IN. John Irwin was the informant on the death certificate. He fell dead in the field from supposed heart attack. Death Certificate
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IRWIN, John Clair Oct. 11, 1897
Temple, TX
Oct. 7, 1964
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "MISSOURI PVT HQT DET 1570 SVC UNIT WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Son of George E. Irwin and Martha Jane Angus. Still single in the 1940 census, age 40, living with his mother, Martha, age 76. Never married. He was a carpenter. Mrs. A. M. Miller of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Census
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IRWIN, Martha Jane (ANGUS) Oct. 22, 1863
OH
June 30, 1945
Rural Flat Creek,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of George Ellsworth Irwin. Daughter of William Angus and Mary Thompson both born OH. John Irwin of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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IRWIN, Victor Richard Mar. 31, 1894
Mena, AR
July 12, 1948
Carthage,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Blanche. Son of George Ellsworth Irwin born PA and Martha Angus born OH. He was employed at Watkins Furniture Store. Blanche Irwin of 128 Elm, Carthage, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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IRWIN, William Apr. 12, 1904
TX
Feb. 17, 1940
MO
Research Note: Son of George E. Irwin and Martha Jane Angus. Census
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JAGGER , Ricky Joe "R J" Nov. 17, 1960
Boise City, OK
Sept. 22, 2013
MO Rehab. Center,
Mt. Vernon, MO
Research Note: He was the son of Raymond E. and Nancy Jean (Ward) Jagger. Preceding him in death were his father, Raymond Jagger, mother, Nancy Jean Henbest and step-father, James Albert Henbest. Ricky received his education at Horner School and Cassville High School. He was a truck driver for Dunfee Trucking Company. He had served in the United States Army. For several years he resided in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma area, moving back to Cassville twenty years ago. Fohn Funeral Home
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JETT, Kenneth Dec. 21, 1929
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 29, 1929
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Floyd Jett born KY and Ora Beck born Stone Co., MO. Born premature. Death Certificate
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JOHNSON, James M. Apr. 18, 1896 Apr. 12, 1954 Inscription: "PVT CO D 342 FA 89 DIV. WORLD WAR II" Photo
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JOHNSON, Liew No Date Nov. 5, 1880 Inscription: "Aged 2 yrs, Dau of W. H. and M." - Research Note: The 1999 transcription had the date of death as May 7, 1880. In 1982 Joan Kunkel recorded in Vol. IV of Barry Co. Cemeteries, the date as Nov 5, 1880, but since the stone has weathered the 5 doesn't look much like a 5 anymore. Photo
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JOHNSON, Lucinda 1873 1948 Inscription: "Mother of Melvin and Ed Johnson" - Homemade Stone Photo
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JOHNSON, Olive Christina (ERICSON) Nov. 14, 1882
Bishop Hill, IL
Jan. 30, 1967
Barry Co. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rosswell - Research Note: Daughter of Nils John Ericson born Sweden and mother Matilda. Dorothy Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Census
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JOHNSON, Rosswell Martin Sept. 15, 1883
Bishop Hill,
Henry Co., IL
Dec. 27, 1961
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Olive - Research Note: Son of Paul L. Johnson and Amanda Johnson. Mrs. Virgil Beck of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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JOHNSON, Zade No Date No Date Research Note: Homemade Marker Photo
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JONES, Chloe Minnie (MILLER) Nov. 18, 1899
Carroll Co., AR
Nov. 23, 1977
MO
SSW: Macum J. - Inscription: "June 15, 1921" - Research Note: Daughter of William Thomas Miller and Vicey Ann Roberts. Census
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JONES, Macum James Aug. 12, 1893
Memphis,
Shelby Co., TN
Jan. 19, 1962
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Chloe Minnie - Inscription: "June 15, 1921" - Research Note: He worked for the railroad. His wife was Minnie Chloe Miller. Son of Joseph Tally Jones and Cora Mae Edwards. Chloe Jones of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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JONES, Thomas D. Oct. 5, 1850
MS
Oct. 28, 1925
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of A. Jones and mother's maiden name was Grop. Osman Henbest was the informant on the death certificate. Thomas was a brother to Naretta Elizabeth (Jones) Henbest, also buried at Horner Cemetery. Son of Abraham and Barby Jones. He was widowed and living with Naretta in the 1910 census. In 1920 census, they are both living with Naretta's son Ed Henbest. Death Certificate
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JORDAN, Baby No Date July 1887 No Data Photo
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JORDAN, Florence 1891 1895 SSW: Leona Photo
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JORDAN, Leona 1895 1898 SSW: Florence Photo
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JOSEPH, Charley C. June 17, 1881 Mar. 25, 1882 Inscription: "Son of F. M. and Sarah" - Another Photo Photo
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JOSEPH, Francis Marion June 20, 1857
IL
Sept. 18, 1889
MO
Research Note: His wife was Sarah Beck, married on Feb. 26, 1880 in Barry Co., MO. She second married Christopher H. Munday on Sept. 20, 1891 in Barry Co., MO. She is buried in Horner Cemetery under Munday. Sarah was the daughter of Daniel Beck and Louise Samantha Redman. Census
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JOSLIN, Hannah Jane (DUNLAP) Aug. 4, 1849
Carroll Co., AR
Mar. 12, 1929
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James K. - Research Note: She was a widow. Daughter of Ely Dunlap and Samantha Walker both born TN. W. M. Joslin of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - June 30, 1917, Cassville Democrat - Local And Personal: Tom Vanzandt came over from near Baxter Springs, Kan., on 22nd, and brought George Joslin, son of Wm. Joslin, who is sick and will be cared for by his grandmother, Mrs. Hannah Joslin of this city. - Photo of Hannah Jane Death Certificate
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JOSLIN, James Kellum Feb. 20, 1845
TN
June 5, 1875 SSW: Hannah J. - Research Note: Son of James G. Joslin and Elizabeth Kellum. FGS
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KEEN, Lola Mae (HENBEST) Feb. 2, 1915 Mar. 20, 1999 Research Note: Daughter of Osman Dock Henbest and Mollie Ennes, both buried at Horner Cemetery. Her husband was Jack Orley Keen, died in 1982 and is buried at Osborne Cemetery, Joplin, MO. Note
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KEITH, Amelia (PONCOT) (WHITE) Dec. 26, 1869
Linn Co., MO
Apr. 30, 1960
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of Gus De Poncot born France and Estella Perrier born MO. She was widowed but no husband was given on the death certificate. Mrs. Loren Horner of Cassville, MO was the informant. She first married Sherwood C. White, after his death she married Henry Loyd Keith. Death Certificate
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KEITH, Charles E. Feb. 2, 1885
Eldorado, KS
Oct. 5, 1967
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nona Laverne - Research Note: Son of Henry Loyd Keith and Margaret Elizabeth Myers. He was a school teacher and farmer. Mrs. Elizabeth Powell of Overland Park, KS was the informant on the death certificate. Census
Death Certificate
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KEITH, Henry Loyd Mar. 28, 1855
Monroe Co., IN
May 15, 1942
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Margaret E. - Research Note: His first wife was Margaret Myers. His wife was given as Amelia Keith age 73, his second wife, on the death certificate. Son of John Keith and Hannah Craig both born IN. Charles Keith of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Republican, April 5, 1900 - Fair View News: The friends and neighbors of Mr. Keith remembered him in a most befitting manner March 28th. It being his forty-sixth birthday. The surprise was complete. He was away from home until noon when he returned to find his home filled with happy friends and the tables groaning under their weight of good things, such as only farmers' wives and daughters know how to prepare. After he and his friends had partaken of the dinner of which there was enough left to feed a small army, they retired to chat and listen to music, both vocal and instrumental, until the sun and clock warned them it was time to depart for their respective home, which they did, wishing him many more birthdays as happy as the one just passed. A careful estimate showed that at least sixty-four persons were present, which shows the esteem and respect in which he is held by his neighbors. Mr. Keith was born in Monroe County, Ind. From there he moved Kansas, where he lived four years and then to Barry County in 1888. - Cassville Democrat, Jan. 17, 1920 - O. P. and Loyd Keith of Joplin visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Keith near this city Tuesday, and looked after the interests of the Joplin Daily Globe and did well. Death Certificate
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KEITH, Margaret E. (MYERS) Oct. 11, 1855
IN
Mar. 14, 1921 SSW: Henry L. - Research Note: Daughter of Abraham Myers and Cynthia Ann Pearson. Census
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KEITH, Nona Laverne (CLAPP) Sept. 26, 1911
Wyandotte, OK
Nov. 7, 1940
MO State Sanitarium,
Mt. Vernon,
Lawrence Co., MO
SSW: Charles E. - Research Note: Daughter of Oliver Clapp born Springfield, MO and Emma Ritchie born OK. Informant was the records at the Sanitarium. Nona L. Clapp married Charles E. Keith on May 6, 1935 in Neosho, Newton Co., MO. Death Certificate
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KEITH, Wilford A. Jan. 5, 1894 Mar. 26, 1928
Sapulpa, OK
Research Note: August 28, 1913, Cassville Republican - Wilford Keith, east of town, went to Dessa, Newton County, Tuesday night. He will begin teaching at Dessa, Monday. - Cassville Democrat, March 31, 1928 - Former Cassville Boy Reported To Have Committed Suicide at Sapulpa, Okla. - The remains of Wilford Keith, son of Lloyd Keith, prominent farmer residing in the Mt. Sinai country, 3 miles east of Cassville, were shipped here from Sapulpa, Okla., for interment, arriving here Wednesday morning. He was found dead in his bed where he was living in Sapulpa, last Sunday and the death certificate which accompanied his remains here did not state the cause of his death, which caused H. R. Williams, who represents the state board of health in this city, to phone the undertaker in Sapulpa, to ascertain the cause of his death, who replied that it was believed to have been suicide. Wilford was 33 years old and was reported to have been separated from his wife and two children, who now reside in Springfield. He was well and favorably known here where he lived for several years and attended the Cassville school. He is survived by his father, four brothers, and one sister, Mrs. Sam Sparks, who resides near Golden. His brother, Charley, accompanied the body to this city, but did not reside in Sapulpa and knew but little regarding the cause of his death. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon at the Horner Cemetery after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at that place under the direction of Horine’s Funeral Service. Online Obit
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KILGORE, James H. Dec. 20, 1837 Feb. 19, 1885 Inscription: "Husband of N. J." Photo
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KING, Albert Sept. 8, 1869
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Feb. 29, 1908
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of John King and Minerva" - Research Note: Son of John King and Minerva Gibson. - Cassville Democrat, March 14, 1908 - Albert King died Saturday, Feb. 29th, 1908, at his home near the Horner Church of a heart trouble and other complications, age 39 years. He was born Sept. 8th, 1869 in Greene County, Mo., Rev. Hedrick conducted funeral services at the Horner Baptist Church, Sunday afternoon, after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at that place. Albert was a good citizen and well liked by all his acquaintances. His heart was in the right place. - Another Photo Photo
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KING, Alfred Apr. 13, 1836
Clinton Co., KY
Apr. 5, 1910
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nancy A. - Research Note: He was a son of Henry King and Polly Brock. C. B. King of Purdy, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - March 24, 1910, Cassville Republican - Alfred King southeast of town is dangerously ill. He is suffering from paralysis. A few days ago he was threatened with fever, suffering from a stoke of paralysis he has not been able to speak for several days. He is 74 years of age and is very feeble. - Cassville Republican, April 7, 1910 - Alfred King Dead: At an early hour Tuesday morning, April 5, 1910, Alfred King passed away at the home of Joe Hall, following several months of feeble health and a few weeks of illness. Three weeks ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis but partially recovered within a few days he began again to decline until death claimed him for that other existence from whose bourn no traveler ever returns. Alfred King was born in Clinton Co., Ky., April 13, 1836, making him at death about 74 years of age. He moved from Kentucky to Marion County, Arkansas, then known as the West in 1856. From there he moved to Greene County, in this state, where he lived until he came to this vicinity in 1878. In 1859, he was married Nancy Wood and to them were born ten children. The six living children are: sons, Thomas, Charles, Walter, and Oren; daughters, Mrs. Mollie Morgan and Mrs. Bette Baker. Two children died in infancy, Mrs. Victoria Neeley and Mrs. Nellie Wilder, two daughters, are also deceased. Alfred King was a citizen who enjoyed the confidence and highest esteem of the people of this community. For several years he was superintendent of the county farm and was in other ways interested in public affairs. He was agreeable, generous and a friend to everybody. Several days before his death he recognized the fact that his time was near and directed how he wished to be laid away and what he wished to be done with his property. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. W. Ennes at the Horner Cemetery, Tuesday afternoon in connection with Masonic ceremonies of which order he had long been a member. - Another Photo Note
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KING, Henry S. Jan. 23, 1868 Nov. 7, 1928 Research Note: Son of John King and Minerva Gibson. Still single in the 1910 Census. - Another Photo Census
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KING, Margaret A. Nov. 6, 1874 Aug. 29, 1879 Inscription: "Dau of H. and K. King" - Research Note: The 1999 transcription had her name as Margareta. Photo
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KING, Minerva (GIBSON) June 8, 1843
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., AR
Dec. 25, 1917
Carthage,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Minerva's husband, John King, died in Spring Valley, AR, in 1902. Her death certificate reads that she was born June 8, 1832 and died Dec. 26, 1917 in Carthage, Jasper Co., MO. Father was given as only Gibson and mother Sally Dutton both born VA. H. S. King was the informant. Her father was Shadrick Jacob Gibson. - Cassville Republican, January 3, 1918 - Minerva (Gibson) King, died at her home in Cartage, December 26, 1917, following an illness of ten days of pleurisy and pneumonia, at the age of 75 years, 6 months and 18 days. Mrs. King was born June 8, 1842 at Fayetteville, Ark. She continued to live in Washington County, Arkansas, until she was married to John King, Sept. 24, 1865 at Fayetteville. They lived in Greene County until about 1880 when they moved to this county and located east of Cassville in the Mt. Sinai locality. They lived in that and in the Horner vicinity until 1893 when the family moved to Arkansas. They returned in 1902 and lived there until 1915 when Mrs. King, her son, Henry and two daughters, Mary and Maggie, moved to Carthage. Mr. King died a number of years ago. She was the mother of nine children, five sons and four daughters. Six of the children, three sons and three daughters are living. They are Henry, Will and Allen; Miss Mary, Mrs. Sarah Smith and Miss Maggie. Henry, Mary and Maggie and their mother lived together. They, as were the other children, were very much devoted to their mother and did all that loving hands could do for her during her declining years and during her last illness. Mrs. King was much devoted to her children and was loved by all her acquaintances. She professed faith in Christ at an early age and united with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Later she united with the Methodist Church and remained until death. Her body was brought here for interment. The funeral was held at the Horner church Saturday at 11 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. W. Ennes and the body laid to rest in the cemetery near by. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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KING, Nancy Ann (WOOD) Apr. 25, 1844
AR
Dec. 8, 1922
Seneca,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Alfred - Inscription: "His Wife" - Research Note: Father's surname was Wood. Mother wasn't given on the death certificate. Thomas King of Seneca, MO was the informant. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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KING, Nancy Evelyn "Nannie" (WHITE) July 6, 1878
Isabella,
Ozark Co., MO
Jan. 6, 1915
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was widowed and the daughter of J. W. White, born KY and Julia A. Huckstep, born Osage Co., MO. The cause of death was TB. W. A. White of Cassville, MO was the informant. She was a sister to Sherwood C. White who married Amelia Poncot, buried at Horner under Keith. Her second husband was Henry Loyd Keith. Death Certificate
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KING, Polly (BROCK) Feb. 6, 1815
KY
Apr. 3, 1881
MO
Inscription: "Wife of Henry H. King" - Research Note: Mother of Alfred King. Husband Henry is supposedly buried at Kelley Cemetery, Ash Grove, Greene Co., MO. - Another Photo Note
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KIPPS, Josephine Mar. 27, 1935
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
May 1, 1935
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nina- Inscription: "Daughter" - Research Note: Daughter of M. J. Kipps born OK and Nina Luceil Robbins born rural Cassville, MO. Neal Robbins of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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KIPPS, Nina Luceil (ROBBINS) Mar. 28, 1916
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
May 2, 1935
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Josephine - Research Note: Wife of M. J. Kipps. Daughter of George Cornelius "Neal" Robbins born Barry Co., MO and Ida Belle Garner. Neal Robbins was the informant on the death certificate. Cause of death was child birth. Death Certificate
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KIRK, George W. Aug. 31, 1835
TN
Oct. 7, 1889
MO
Research Note: First married Rebecca and second Mary. - 1870 Census, Roaring River, Barry, Missouri - George W. Kirk, age 33, born TN; Becca, age 20, born VA; George W., age 1, born MO; Lewis, age 8 months, born MO. - 1880 Census, Cassville, Barry, Missouri - George W. Kirk, age 44, born TN, druggist and farmer, father born NC, mother VA; Mary, age 22, wife, born TN; George, son, age 11, clerk in drug store, born MO; Louis, son, age 10, born MO; Albert, son, age 8, born MO. - Mrs. Mary J. Kirk, age 29, second married R. F. Stringer, age 41, on Dec. 14, 1890 in Purdy, Barry Co., MO. Census
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KIRK, Rebecca Feb. 20, 1850 July 20, 1879 Inscription: "Wife of George W. Kirk" - Another Photo Photo
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KIRKPATRICK, J. A. Ema Jan. 11, 1869 July 26, 1898 Research Note: In 1999 this one was transcribed as Emma - birth of Jan. 11, 1860. Photo
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KNEE, Alvis Apr. 13, 1915 July 25, 1982 SSW: Sue - Research Note: WW II Veteran. Son of Aaron Elmer Knee and Haley L. McMullin. - 1940 Census, Monett, Barry, Missouri - Alvis A. Knee, head, age 25, born MO; Evelyn, wife, age 24, born KS. Census
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KNEE, Sue Feb. 2, 1941 No Date SSW: Alvis Photo
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LEDGERWOOD, Grace Ann (BROCK) Apr. 13, 1901 Jan. 26, 1991 SSW: William Anson - Research Note: W. A. Ledgerwood, age 20, married Gracie Brock, age 17, on Nov. 14, 1917 in Carroll Co., AR. Both were from Shell Knob, Barry Co., MO. Daughter of John Wesley Brock and Sarah Bantley. MO Marriage Records
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LEDGERWOOD, Lela (BOWEN) Jan. 6, 1920
Beaver,
Carroll Co., AR
May 16, 1984
Springdale,
Washington Co., AR
SSW: Phil - Inscription: "Married Jan. 10, 1943" - Research Note: Daughter of General Grant and Jemima Isabelle (Abbott) Bowen. Census
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LEDGERWOOD, Phil Jan. 18, 1921
Creek Co., OK
July 1, 1997
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., AR
SSW: Lela - Inscription: "Married Jan. 10, 1943" - Research Note: Son of William Anson Brock and Grace Ann Brock. Census
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LEDGERWOOD, William Anson July 5, 1897
MO
Nov. 29, 1952
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Grace Ann - Research Note: William was a son of Sam Ledgerwood and Ollie Horrell. His wife, Grace, was the informant on the death certificate. TB was the cause of death. Death Certificate
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LEE, Andrew Jackson Aug. 1, 1844
MO
Apr. 20, 1888
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Inscription: "In memory of A. J., Husband of Elvira Lee" - Research Note: He was a son of John Miller and Nancy (Wheeler) Lee. He married Elvira Packwood, May 24, 1866, in Barry Co., MO. Elvira died in Twin Falls, Idaho. - Elvira Packwood married A. J. Lee on May 24, 1866 in Barry Co., MO. Note
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LEE, Infant Apr. 14, 1871 Sept. 22, 1871 Inscription: "Infant Dau. of A. J. and Elvira Lee - Aged 5 Ms, 8 Ds" - Research Note: A. J. and Elvira were Andrew Jackson and Elvira (Packwood) Lee. Note
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LEE, Perry G. July 5, 1872 Oct. 21, 1875 Inscription: "Infant Son of A. J. and Elvira Lee" - Research Note: A. J. and Elvira were Andrew Jackson and Elvira (Packwood) Lee. Note
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LEE, Viola June 26, 1861 Sept. 21, 1872 Inscription: "Infant Dau of J. S. and M." 1999 Transcription
LEMON, George W. Abt. 1848 Aug. 3, 1918
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of George W. Lemon Sr. and Indeann Lemon. - Cassville Republican, August 8, 1918 - George Lemon died very suddenly Saturday afternoon, August 3 at his home on a farm west of Butterfield owned by Farmer Higgs. He had gone to the spring for a bucket of water a few minutes before his death and appeared to be feeling as well as usual that day. Upon returning with a bucket of water he went into the house and laid down. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lemon with whom he lived heard him gasping and upon entering the room found him dying. The funeral was held Sunday at the Horner church southwest of Cassville and internment made in the cemetery there. George Lemon had lived in Cassville and surrounding community for many years. He was about 70 years old. He had never been married and since the death of his mother a few years ago he had been making his home with his nephew, Loren Lemon. He was a man of a reserved disposition and a good citizen. Online Obit
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LEMON, Indeann 1826
Henry Co., IN
Jan. 15, 1910
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Named as Indiana in the censuses. - Jan. 20, 1910, Cassville Republican - Aged Citizen Dead: Mrs. Indeann Lemon died at her home in this city Saturday morning after an illness of several days, and old age. She was born in Henry County, Ind., in 1826 and had lived in this vicinity for about 25 years. Her husband died many years ago and since that time her son, George, has made his home with her and taken care of his mother as a mother would a child. She leaves two sons, George and Warren, and a number of grandchildren. She ever held the confidence, esteem and live of her neighbors and friends and was one of our best citizens. Interment was made Sunday afternoon at Horner Cemetery 4 miles southeast of town. Online Newspapers
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LILLARD, Clevenger Jan. 19, 1890 June 15, 1907 Inscription: "Son of R. L. and R. E." - Research Note: He was a son of Russell S. and Rhonda Elizabeth (Baker) Lillard. Note
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LILLARD, Clyde May 14, 1891 Jan. 8, 1914 Inscription: "Son of R. L. and R. E." - Research Note: He was a son of Rhoda Elizabeth Baker and her first husband Russell S. Lillard. "On May 8th, 1913 the Cassville Republican reported that Clyde Lillard of Oklahoma was visiting his mother, Mrs. Dave Talbert, east of town." Some of Clyde's siblings are also buried in Horner including Charles Adams, a half brother. His mother married second Thomas J. Adams and third Dave Talbert. She is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. Note
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LYONS, Joseph No Date Sept. 5, 2002 No Data Photo
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