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

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
MAGERS, Fred Sept. 12, 1889 Mar. 2, 1890 Inscription: "Son of C. W. and A. L." Photo
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MANLEY, Elmer Birl Aug. 20, 1882
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 7, 1893
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Marguerite Ann Bradley and William Darius Manley. - Cassville Republican, Mar. 23, 1893 - Birl Elmer, little son of W. D. and M. A. Manley, died of brain fever. By the death of this darling child, which resulted after a few days illness, the cherished hopes of fond and living parents are disappointed. The funeral services were attended by a large number of sorrowing relatives and sympathizing friends. He was laid to rest in the Horner Cemetery in await of the final judgment. Online Newspapers
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MANLEY, Margaret Ann (BRADLEY) 1848
TN
1895
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Second wife of William D. Manley. It is mentioned in his obit that "The remains were interred w/Masonic honors in Horner Cemetery, by the side of his 1st and 2nd wives and children". - Daughter of Pryor and Farabee Jane Bradley. Margaret A. Bradley married William D. Bradley on Nov. 5, 1874 in Barry Co., MO. Census
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MANLEY, Mary Elizabeth (BENDER) 1844
Sebastion Co., AR
Aug. 1876
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: First wife of William D. Manley. It is mentioned in his obit that "The remains were interred w/Masonic honors in Horner Cemetery, by the side of his 1st and 2nd wives and children". - Daughter of Jacob William Bender and Jane Parsons. Note
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MANLEY, Rose Ella Abt. 1875 July 16, 1895
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of W. D. Manley and Mary Elizabeth Bender. - Cassville Republican, July 18, 1895 - Died, Tuesday, July 16, 1895, at 3:15 a.m., Rosa Ella Manley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Manley, age 19 years, 11 months, and 16 days. Rosa was a young lady who was reared in Cassville and from infancy to womanhood made many warm friends. Her school days were passed here and with the class of '94, she graduated from the Cassville High School and was the first to break its ranks. The funeral services were conducted at the Baptist Church by Rev. J. C. Sills, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. July 17th after which the remains were interred in the Horner Cemetery. Note
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MANLEY, William Darius July 22, 1838
Medline Co., OH
July 30, 1897
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Father Has Gone Home" - Research Note: Civil War Veteran. He married first Mary Elizabeth Bender, second Margaret Ann Bradley on Nov. 5, 1874 in Barry Co., MO, and third Eliza Anna (Flaherty) Johnson, widow of F. G. Johnson. William D. Manley, age 58, married Anna Johnson, age 47, on May 2, 1897 in Cassville, Barry Co., MO. Eliza is buried at Mano Cemetery. - Cassville Republican, August 12, 1897 - The Mayor Dead: Cassville was considerably startled Saturday morning to hear that the Mayor W. D. Manley, had died, very suddenly at 10 o'clock the night before of heart failure after an illness of twenty minutes. The news was the more exciting because the day before, he had been apparently in his usual health and had presided over a case tried before him. Friday night about 10 o'clock he was sitting on his porch enjoying the fresh air, when the fatal stoke fell. Although a doctor was immediately summoned, it was too late. W. D. Manley was born in Medline Co., Oh., June 22, 1838, but his parents moved to Fulton Co., Ind., two years later, and in 1852 to Richland Co., Wis. In 1858 he started for Texas and on his way was stopped a few months in Hickory Co., MO, thence going to Denton, Tex. The following year he went to Ft. Smith, Ark., thence to where Hackett, Arkansas now is, where he married Miss Elizabeth Bender. In June 1862 he came to Cassville, but later went to Wisconsin, and until his return to Cassville in 1867 was in Illinois, Missouri and Arkansas. In 1870, Squire Manly was elected justice of the peace and was serving his fifth term at the time of his decease. In 1894 he was elected mayor and was re-elected June 19, last to fill vacancy. In 1872 he professed religion at Horner Church and was one of the charter members of the First Baptist Church of Cassville upon its organization. The remains were interred with Masonic honors in Horner Cemetery, Saturday, by the side of his first and second wives and children. He was the father of fourteen children, nine of who survive him. Quite recently he was re-married. - Goodspeed's History - W. D. Manley, J. J. Wallen and W. C. Hawk were poor farm commissioners in 1880. - William D. Manley, justice of the peace, notary public, and pension insurance and land agent, of Cassville, MO is a native of Medina Co., OH. He was born in 1838, and is the son Menzies S. and Minerva (Sippy) Manley. His father was of English descent, was born in CT in 1805, and was a farmer by occupation. After his marriage he removed to Medina Co., OH, and thence, in 1840, to Fulton Co., IN. He resided there until 1852, when he went to Richland Co., WI, where he died ten years later. His wife, nee Minerva Sippy, was of French descent. She was born in PA in 1815, and is now living in Sanborn, O'brien Co., IA. She was the second wife of Mr. Manley, and is the mother of four children, of whom William D. is the second. Our subject remained with his parents until twenty years of age, when he removed to the "Lone Star" state, where he went to work upon a farm. The next year he went to Sebastian Co., AR, where in 1861 he married Mary E. Bender, who was born in that county in 1844. In June, 1862, Mr. Manley entered the employ of the United States Government, and was sent to MO. In 1867 he located in Barry Co., one and one-half miles south of east of Cassville. In 1870 he was elected justice of the peace, which office he has since held continuously, and has administered its duties with good judgment and uncompromising integrity, as his long term of service testifies. On Mar. 8, 1887, he was commissioned a notary public, and a year later was appointed pension agent. He has also engaged in the insurance business. Since 1871 he has been a resident of Cassville. Mr. Manley has been twice married. His first wife died in Aug. 1876, leaving four children: Charles, John W., Alice and Irene I., and in Dec. 1877, he was united in marriage to Margaret Bradley, who was born in Barry Co., MO in 1848. They have five children: Rosa, Pearl, Burl, Bonnie, and George. Mr. Manley is a Democrat in politics, and he is a member of the Masonic fraternity and the Baptist Church. His wife is also a member of the Baptist Church. Goodspeed
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MARBUT, Gary Clayton June 21, 1940
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 5, 2016
Cox Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Oliver and Naomi (Jinks) Marbut. On June 10, 1985, he was married to Darla (Ball-Gaede) Marbut. Preceding Gary in death were his parents and a grandson, Dylan Dotson. Gary was a member of the Roaring River Baptist Church, and he retired from Verizon Telephone Company. Fohn Funeral Home
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MARBUT, Joyce Josephine Feb. 8, 1940 Feb. 8, 1940 Inscription: "Stillborn" Photo
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MARSHALL, "Joe" Christopher Joseph Sept. 16, 1887
Benton Co., AR
Feb. 2, 1963
State Hosp., Nevada,
Vernon Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Thomas Fletcher Marshall and Sarah Abigail Rogers. He first married at age 24, Bessie Ferguson, age 20, on June 30, 1911 in Barry Co., MO. His second wife was Ruby E. Roller, married second Joseph Charles Melahn and she is buried in Horner Cemetery under Melahn. - Another Photo MO Marriage Records
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MARSHALL, Joyce Ann Aug. 31, 1946
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 21, 1950
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Joyce was a child of Joe and Ruby (Turner) Marshall. Her father was backing out of the yard and ran over her. Joe Marshall of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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MATLOCK, Nancy Cornelia (TOWLER) (GARRETT) Feb. 21, 1886 Apr. 8, 1973 Research Note: Daughter of Elisha Towler and Nancy Jane Pruitt. Married first at age 16, William R. Garrett, age 23. Her father E. Towler gave consent. She second married Preston Matlock. - Cassville Republican, Aug. 7, 1919 - The marriage of Mrs. Cornelia Garrett to Preston Matlock was solemnized by Squire Plattenburg Tuesday evening. They are both highly esteemed citizens of our town. - MO Marriage Records give the marriage date as Sept. 23, 1913. Online Newspapers
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MATLOCK, Preston July 16, 1858
TX
Oct. 1, 1934
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Preston first married Salinda Baird, Dec. 31, 1876, in Barry Co., MO. She was a daughter of Josiah Marion and Mary Jane (Moore) Baird. He was a son of James and Mary Ann (Longley) Matlock, both born TN. - The death certificate gives his wife as Cornelia Garrett (second wife). Mrs. E. B. Correll of Cassville, MO was the informant. - January 25, 1912, Cassville Republican - Preston Matlock returned last week from Oklahoma where he had been during the past few months. - September 25, 1913, Cassville Republican - The marriage of Mrs. Corneila Garett to Preston Matlock was solemnized by Squire Plattenburg Tuesday evening. They are both highly esteemed citizens of our town. - Cassville Republican, Aug. 7, 1919 - Preston Matlock has bought the Rev. J. G. Elkins farm just west of town on the Exeter road. The place contains 25 acres. The consideration was $2,800. Mr. Matlock had a profitable strawberry crop on the place this year. The place is a very desirable location for a home. Note
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MCCARTER, "Frank" John Franklin Sept. 4, 1877
Eureka Springs,
Carroll Co., AR
Feb. 6, 1962
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary - Research Note: Son of Wesley McCarter. Mother was not named on the death certificate. Mrs. Roy Edmondson of Cassville, MO was the informant. - Son of John Wesley and Mary Ann McCarter. - April 14, 1910, Cassville Republican - Chas. McCarter came in from Oklahoma, Saturday, to visit his brother, J. F. McCarter, south of town, a few days. - March 12, 1914, Cassville Republican - J. F. McCarter returned Friday from Cherryvale, Kan., where he was called to the bedside of his father. He reports his father's condition quite serious and has but little hopes for his recovery. - Cassville Republican, January 16, 1919 - Frank McCarter has purchased from Luciene Horner a part of the Sands farm located near the Horner school house. He expects to move to the place in the spring. Death Certificate
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MCCARTER, Infant July 15, 1881 July 15 1881 Inscription: "Inf. son of J. W. and M.A." - Research Note: Son of John Wesley and Mary Ann McCarter. - Another Photo Note
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MCCARTER, Mamie Nov. 25?, 1887 Sept. 28, 1888 Inscription: "Dau. of J. W. and M. A." - Research Note: Daughter of John Wesley and Mary Ann McCarter. Note
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MCCARTER, Mary Magdaline (MEADOR) Dec. 30, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 30, 1966
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Frank - Research Note: Mary was a daughter of Eli Wilson and Lorain (Vermillion) Meador. Usual residence was Cassville, MO. Mrs. Jewell Edmondson of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. John Frank McCarter, age 23, married Mary M. Meador, age 20, on Aug.. 14, 1901 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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MCCARY, Anna (HORNER) Sept. 20, 1839 Jan. 9, 1912
Fairview,
Newton Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of F. A." - Research Note: She was married to Francis Asbury McCary and was a daughter of Isaac Elbert and Mary (Moore) Horner. - February 1, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO - Interesting Letter from one of Barry County's Pioneer Citizens - Mr. Editor: - I have just returned from Cassville where I was called to attend the funeral of one of my aunts, Mrs. Anna McCary, who died at Fairview and was taken to the Horner Cemetery where she was raised. My grandfather Horner was the first one to be buried there fifty years ago. While I was there my mind ran back to my boyhood days. I am 63 years old. Came to Cassville in the year 1851 with my parents and spent my boyhood days around Cassville, Barry County. When I looked over Cassville and saw the fine houses, my mind went back 55 years ago. There was then 8 or 10 little log cabins. In those days we worked cattle instead of horses. Cut our wheat with a reap hook frailed it out. Some times a person could sell a load of wood for 75 cents per cord. In '61 came that awful war. I have seen 20,000 soldiers camped in Cassville, at one time. I saw Price's army march through Cassville going to fight at Wilson Creek. There was plenty of game in those days such as turkey, bear, and dear. Bear was plenty on Rock creek and Rock House. I helped to kill a bear when a boy on the head of Rock House by the spring, called the Neasley spring, but now is the Moulder Spring. I will tell you how the young folks did. I was 7 years old when I got my first pair of pants, mother spun the cloth for them. I was ten years old when my father made me a pair of shoes. People came very near starving in those days. We had to grit corn for our bread, pay 50 cents a pint for salt, 50 cents a pound for coffee, flour $10 per hundred, corn $2. per bushel, calico 25 cents a yard, and the worst of all no law to govern us. Everybody turned loose. I enlisted in the army at the age of 16, when it ended I found myself in Tennessee, I served in the 2 Arkansas Calvary. I want to hear from some of my comrades. By Carol Ann Neeley Kilgore. - Donna Cooper's Note: Face Book, Barry County Places and Things Remembered added a note: "My best guess at this point is that the writer is James E. Shewmake, son of Nancy Horner and Wiley Thomas Shewmake. He was born in 1849 in Perry, TN and died in 1934 in Barry County." - Donna Cooper's Note: Linda Skelton Corbin, Face Book, Barry County Places and Things Remembered added this note: "The Park Service has a James Shoemake in the 2nd Arkansas Calvary. I believe that James Shewmake's uncle, Amos Horner, and his uncle-in-law, B. F. Curry, were in the 2nd Arkansas Calvary." Online Obit
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MCCARY, Francis Asbury June 5, 1837
TN
Aug. 28, 1921
MO
Research Note: He was a son of Henry and Jane (Thompson) McCary. His wife was Anna Horner. Note
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MCFARLAND, Daughter 1920 1920 Inscription: "Dau. of Cordie and Frank" - Research Note: Frank McFarland was the son of Lonzo (Alonzo) Newton McFarland and Sarah L. Filmore. KY death certificate gives Frank McFarland, born 1883 and died May 28, 1943 in Fayette Co., KY. His wife was Cordie McFarland, father was A. (Alonzo/Lonzo) N. McFarland, mother Sarah McFarland. KY Death Certificate
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MCFARLAND, "Lonzo" Alonzo Newton Apr. 11, 1857
OH
Jan. 15, 1940
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sarah - Research Note: His wife was Sarah L. Filmore. Son of George Washington McFarland and Sarah Ann Jennings. - May 18, 1916, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: Mr. and Mrs. L. N. McFarland and adopted daughter, south of town, left Thursday for visits in Ohio, Michigan and other states. They will be gone all summer. Upon their return they mean to stock up their farm again, having sold off their stock a few weeks ago. - Cassville Republican Oct. 16, 1919 - Seymour McFarland of Baxter Springs, Kan., arrived last week for a visit with his uncle, L. N. McFarland, southeast of this city. He said that part of Kansas has a good yield of wheat and oats and fair corn this year considering the dry weather. - July 24, 1920, Cassville Democrat - L. N. McFarland went to Joplin Wednesday morning and will visit points in Kansas before returning. His daughter Miss Mary went to Webb City to visit relatives. - August 7, 1920, Cassville Democrat - Nute McFarland a prominent orchardist, southeast of this city, reports a fair crop of apples. He has all varieties. Online Newspapers
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MCFARLAND, Sarah L. (FILMORE) Apr. 9, 1861
IN
Aug. 18, 1952
Barry Co. Rest Home,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: L. N. - Research Note: Daughter of John and Elizabeth Filmore. Her husband was Lonzo Newton McFarland. Death Certificate
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MCGUIRE, Jerry (PREDDY) Sept. 10, 1941 Sept. 4, 2002 SSW: Michael E. - Research Note: She was a daughter of Gerald L. Preddy and Pauline Elizabeth Boyd, both buried at Horner Cemetery. Mother's Obit
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MCGUIRE, Michael E. Oct. 29, 1950 No Date SSW: Jerry Preddy Photo
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MCKINNEY, Alberta Flora (BECK) (SECRIST) June 27, 1919
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 6, 2004
At Home,
Concord, CA
SSW: Earl E. - Inscription: "Wed Jan. 5, 1935" - Research Note: She was the daughter of Clarence Amos Beck and Esther McFarlin. She had worked as a licensed vocational nurse, and in the registrar's office at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California, before retiring. She also had owned and operated McKinney's Egg Ranch in Concord for many years. She first married Earl McKinney and second Delbert Secrist. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Earl McKinney; and three sisters, Lorene House, Cleo Eubanks, and Mae Towe. Monett Times
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MCKINNEY, Earl E. Mar. 22, 1910
OK
Dec. 4, 1993
Contra Costra Co., CA
SSW: Alberta Beck - Inscription: "Wed Jan. 5, 1935" - Research Note: CA Death Records give his mother's maiden name as Westphall. Son of Thomas Newton McKinney and Ivy Belle Westfall. CA Death Records
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MCKINNEY, Michael Amos Sept. 15, 1939
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 21, 2007
Healdsburg, CA
SSW: Ronna Kathleen - Research Note: He was a son of Earl "Mac" McKinney and Alberta (Beck) McKinney. His wife of 45 years, Kathleen, passed away Sept. 6, 2004. Cassville Democrat
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MCKINNEY, Ronna Kathleen July 28, 1942 Mar. 6, 2004 SSW: Michael Amos - "Married Aug. 31, 1958" Photo
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MCQUEEN, Wilma (HENBEST) Apr. 14, 1913
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 27, 1992
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Winfred - Research Note: Daughter of Osman Dock Henbest and Mary Emmaline "Molly" Ennis. Census
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MCQUEEN, Winfred Aug. 20, 1917
Rocky Comfort,
McDonald Co., MO
Aug. 5, 2003
Cox South Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Wilma - Research Note: Exeter resident. He was a farmer and a veteran of World War II. Son of Otis and Letha (Tarvin) McQueen. Monett Times
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MEADOR, Berthena B. Sept. 15, 1886 May 28, 1887 Research Note: Daughter of Eli Wilson Meador and Lurana Vermillion. Note
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MEADOR, Eli Wilson 1841
Sumner Co., TN
July 14, 1922
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lurana - Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: Civil War Veteran. Son of Nathaniel Meador and Catherine Perdue, both born TN. Mrs. Edna Sparkman of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Father of 11 children - Samira, Isabel Ida (Reese), Ida Florence, Mary Magdalena (McCarter), Luella Mae, John Logan, Berthena, Edna, George Harrison, Ernest Roland, and Ralph. - February 22, 1908, Cassville Democrat - Married Saturday, night Feb. 15, 1908, by Squire S. B. Feeland, Franz Sparkman and Miss Edna Meador, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Meador, residing south of Cassville. - December 4, 1913, Cassville Republican - John Meador came in Friday night from Denver, Colo., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Meador, and other relatives in and about Cassville. - March 19, 1914, Cassville Republican - Washburn Prairie News: Mr. and Mrs. Merton Meador visited their uncle, Wilson Meador and family of Horner Sunday. - July 9, 1914, Cassville Republican - E. W. Meador south of town returned Friday from a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Jackson, and family on Shoal Creek. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 5, 1918 - Ernest Meador who is in the military service in France has written his parents south of town, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Meador, that he had been slightly wounded and in the hospital but would soon be out again. The letter was dated prior to the signing of the Armistice. Death Certificate
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MEADOR, Ida Florence Sept. 26, 1879 Aug. 19, 1880 Inscription: "Aged 10 mo. 24 days" - Research Note: Daughter of Eli Wilson Meador and Lurana Vermillion. Note
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MEADOR, John A. Logan May 28, 1885
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 10, 1964
Sunset Valley Nursing Home,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ruth J. - Research Note: Son of Eli Wilson Meador and Lorain Vermillion. Kenneth Meador of Cave Springs, AR was the informant on the death certificate. - December 4, 1913, Cassville Republican - John Meador came in Friday night from Denver, Colo., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Meador, and other relatives in and about Cassville. - March 2, 1916, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: John Meador of New Mexico is in on a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Meador, south of this city. Online Newspapers
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MEADOR, Kenneth Gaylord, Rev. May 16, 1934
MO
Jan. 15, 1984
Berryville,
Carroll Co., AR
Research Note: Son of John A. Meador and Ruth Jane Garrett. He married Naoma Ruth McCoullough on Aug. 1, 1953 in Barry Co., MO. - Kenneth Gaylord Meador, age 49, a resident of Carroll House Apts., Berryville, Arkansas, died Sunday, January 15, 1984 at his home. He was born May 17, 1934 at Cassville, the son of John and Ruth (Garrett) Meador. His parents and one brother Robert, preceded him in death. He was a member of First Baptist Church Penn Memorial in Eureka Springs. He is survived by one sister. Obit
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MEADOR, Luella May June 22, 1883 Feb. 13, 1884 Inscription: "Dau. of E. W. and L." - Research Note: Daughter of Eli Wilson Meador and Lurana Vermillion. Note
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MEADOR, Lurana (VERMILLION) Mar. 19, 1856
Monett, MO
Mar. 5, 1931
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Eli Wilson - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Daughter of Uriah Vermillion born OH and Matilda Eldridge born IL. John Meador of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Republican, Sept. 26, 1918 - Eason Vermillion of Purdy visited his sister, Mrs. Wilson Meador south of town Friday and Saturday who had been dangerously ill but is now improving. Death Certificate
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MEADOR, Robert Wilson July 19, 1932
MO
Aug. 13, 1963
San Francisco, CA
Inscription: "MISSOURI SGT HQ BTRY and AAA BN KOREA" - Research Note: CA death index gives his mother's maiden name as Garrett. Son of John A. Meador and Ruth Jane Garrett. CA Death Index
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MEADOR, Ruth Jane (GARRETT) Jan. 2, 1903
Eagle Rock,
Barry Co., MO
May 16, 1957
Rural Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John A. - Research Note: Daughter of William Robert Garrett and Nancy Cornelia Towler. John A. Meador of Jenkins, MO was the informant on the death certificate. John Meador married Ruth Garrett on Oct. 31, 1925 in Carthage, Jasper Co., MO. Death Certificate
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MEADOWS, Minnie Louise (MUNDAY) Apr. 10, 1894
MO
Feb. 28, 1974
MO
SSW: Theodore - Research Note: Minnie married Theodore Meadows April 18, 1916. She was a daughter of Christopher Huse and Sarah Jane (Beck) (Brock) Munday. At age 23, she first married Joseph Tony Brock, age 19, on Aug. 6, 1911. Apparently divorced as Joseph T. Brock, age 22, married Corda Skelton, age 18, on Feb. 6, 1914 in Barry Co., MO. Note
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MEADOWS, Theadore Mar. 8, 1885
MO
Apr. 8, 1974
MO
SSW: Minnie L. - Research Note: He was a son of Thomas Edward and Susan Katherine (Charles) Meadows. SSDI gives his last residence as Washburn, Barry Co., MO. Note
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MELAHN, Joseph Charles May 10, 1919 Nov. 6, 1997 Research Note: Son of Phillip Louis Melahn and Anna Laura Pratt. He first married Margaret E. Caldwell. Joseph C. Melahn, age 26, married Margaret E. Caldwell, age 21, on Nov. 18, 1945 in Hot Springs, Garland Co., AR. He second, Ruby (Roller) Marshall. MO Marriage Records
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MELAHN, Ruby E. (ROLLER) (MARSHALL) Apr. 18, 1919
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 29, 2001
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of William H. and Josie Turner (David) Roller. She had been employed at the Fulton State Hospital in Fulton and moved back to Cassville in 1981. She married Joe Marshall and he preceded her in death February 2, 1963. She married J. C. Melahn on March 16, 1968, and he preceded her in death November 6, 1997. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Joyce Marshall; and two sisters. Monett Times
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MILLER, Infant Oct. 11, 1917
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 12, 1917
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Addy Millburn Miller, born Webster Co., MO, and Mary Lula Irvin, born Temple TX. He died suddenly, not sure what the cause was, weak infant. Death Certificate
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MITCHELL, Infant Feb. 9, 1880 Feb. 10, 1880 Inscription: "Aged 1 Day, Dau. of J. W. and M." - Research Note: Daughter of Joseph William Mitchell and Mary L. Horner. - Another stone - SSW: Mary and Joseph. Note
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MITCHELL, Joseph William Sept. 10, 1850
Chattanooga,
Hamilton Co., TN
Jan. 28, 1942
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO

SSW: Mary and Infant - Research Note: The death certificate gives his birth year as 1852. He was a carpenter. Son of William Mitchell and Betty Ragan. Mrs. Joe Mitchell of Cassville, MO was the informant.
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MITCHELL, Mary L. (HORNER) Feb. 16, 1845 Feb. 15, 1880 SSW: Joseph and Mary - Inscription: "Wife of J. W." - Research Note: Daughter of Isaac Horner and Mary Ellen Moore, both buried at Horner Cemetery. Mary Horner married Joseph W. Mitchell on Dec. 15, 1870 in Barry Co., MO. Another stone MO Marriage Records
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MITTS, Anna Elizabeth (CLINGINGSMITH) Apr. 24, 1856
Adams Co., IL
Apr. 16, 1929
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: David H. - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Daughter of Phillip and Elizabeth Clingingsmith. Ira Mitts was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Democrat, Aug. 23, 1929 - Anna Elizabeth Clingingsmith was born in Adams County, Illinois, April 24, 1856. She died at the home of her son Ira Mitts, in Cassville, at 9 p.m. Aug. 16, 1929, age 73 years, 3 months and 22 days. She was married to David Henry Mitts, April 9, 1873. To this union three children were born, who are: Will and Ira Mitts of Cassville, and Nova of Lamar, Colo. Mrs. Mitts came to Barry county in 1898 where she lived until her death. She was converted at the age of thirteen years and was a member of the Christian church of Cassville, where she remained a devoted member. She was a kind and loving mother, and did not want to cause any one any trouble. She is survived by her three children, two brothers, Leander Clingingsmith of Ulysses, Neb. and Lewis Vickers of Whitewater, Kansas. Also one sister, Kate Wright. She also leaves nine grandchildren and a host of friends to mourn her passing. Her husband, D. H. Mitts, preceded her in death March 10, 1929. Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church on Saturday afternoon, Aug. 17, 1929 by Chas Vanzandt. Burial in the Horner cemetery, under the direction of the Horine Funeral Services. Mrs. Mitts was an excellent mother and neighbor. She was deeply loved by all her acquaintances and her every act was to do good. She had lived near this city for more than 40 years and enjoyed an extensive acquaintance. The Democrat joins the many friends of this grief stricken family in extending sincere sympathy in their said hour of bereavement. Death Certificate
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MITTS, David Henry Oct. 5, 1856
Adams Co., IL
Mar. 10, 1929
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Anna E. - Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: Son of Squire J. Mitts. His mother was not named on his death certificate. Nova Mitts of Cassville, MO was the informant. - Son of Squire Jefferson Mitts and Nancy Ann Carnes. - Cassville Democrat, March 15, 1929 - DAVID HENRY MITTS DIES LAST SUNDAY MORNING: David Henry Mitts was born in Adams County, Ill., Oct. 7, 1856. Died at his home three miles east of Cassville, Mo., March 10, 1929 age 73 years, five months and three days. He was married to Anna Clingingsmith April 9, 1878. To this union three children were born, who are: Will, Ira and Nova Mitts, all of Cassville. He moved from Illinois when 18 years of age, going to Trenton, Mo., and lived there until 1898, when he came to Barry County, east of Cassville, where he lived until death came. He was converted in 1901 and united with the Christian church at Cassville, where he remained a devoted member until death. He was a kind and devoted husband and loving father, a citizen who had many friends. He will be missed by his family and neighbors. He is survived by his wife, three sons, three brothers, Harvey Mitts, of Trenton, Mo., Tom Mitts of Burton, Ill., and one sister Hannah Brown of California. He also left nine grandchildren and a host of friends to mourn his going. Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church in Cassville, on Monday afternoon, March 11, 1929 by Chas Vanzandt, burial in the Horner Cemetery, under direction of the Hankins Funeral Service. Mr. Mitts had an extensive acquaintance throughout this section where he had resided many years and was a man that stood for honest straight-forward dealings. His word was his bond and all regarded him highly. A few years ago he operated a country store at his home and enjoyed a nice business. He also engaged in farming and was very successful. His estimable wife is an excellent lady and dearly loved by all who know her. His passing is a great loss to this section of the county and the Democrat joins the many friends of the Mitts family in extending sympathy in their said hour of bereavement. Many beautiful floral offerings were received by friends and relatives of the family and splendid music was rendered at the services by Mrs. John Ray, Mrs. Glen Pearl and Chas. Willis and Clint Blythe. Death Certificate
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MITTS, Elsie (SMITH) Aug. 17, 1886
Barry Co., MO
May 24, 1966
Ruffin Nursing Home,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ira E. - Research Note: Daughter of Cyrus Smith and Mary Daniels, both buried at Horner Cemetery. Usual residence was Cassville, MO. Her husband Ira was the informant on the death certificate. Sister's Obit
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MITTS, Ira Everett June 23, 1890 Dec. 21, 1975 SSW: Elsie - Research Note: October 8, 1914, Cassville Republican - Forest Grove News: Ira Mitts has put a telephone in his store. - April 28, 1917, Cassville Democrat - Here And There: Ira Mitts opened his store at Oak Ridge and is ready for business. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 19, 1918 - Our merchant, I. E. Mitts, at Oak Ridge who has been quite sick with the flu is better. Online Newspapers
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MITTS, Josie Turner (DAVID) Sept. 19, 1886
Benton Co., AR
Aug. 3, 1949
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: W. H. - Research Note: Daughter of Sterling Price David and Lydia Elmira Starkey. Second wife of William Henry Mitts. Mrs. Ruby Marshall of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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MITTS, Little Nora Lou Apr. 28, 1908
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 13, 1911
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "I. E. and Elsie Mitts" Research Note: Her death certificate has her birth date as Apr. 23, 1908. She was a daughter of Ira Everett Mitts and Elsie (Smith) Mitts, both born MO. - Feb. 16, 1911, Cassville Republican - The little three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mitts east of town died Monday night of diphtheria. The case was under quarantine. Death Certificate
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MITTS, Rachel E. 1913 1981 Inscription: "At Rest" - Research Note: Daughter of Ira E. Mitts and Elsie Smith. Census
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MITTS, William Henry Aug. 25, 1882
Livingston Co., MO
May 18, 1962
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Josie - Research Note: He was a blacksmith. He first married at age 20 to Emma R. Justice, age 22, on May 28, 1903 in Barry Co., MO. Divorced. His second wife was Josie Turner David. His wife on the death certificate was Molly Potter. Son of David H. Mitts and Anna E. Clingingsmith. Williams's father, David H. Mitts, gave consent. They were divorced. - July 25, 1912, Cassville Republican - Circuit Court Proceedings: Emma Mitts vs. William Mitts, divorce, decree, of plaintiff. Death Certificate
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MIZNER, Alvin Feb. 20, 1889
Shelby Co., IA
Oct. 28, 1977
MO
Research Note: Son of James William Mizner and Henrietta Kelly. His wife was Esther Mae Goodwin. This family seemed to have moved around alot. 1900 Census, Alvin is with his parents in Harlan, Shelby Co., IA. 1910 Census, he is married and in Humboldt, Allen Co., KS. 1920 Census, they are in Mercer Co., ND with sons Everett and Delbert. 1930 in Jefferson Co., CO. 1940 they are in Superior, Boulder Co., Co. Census
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MIZNER, Everett Eugene Sept. 26, 1909
MO
Mar. 15, 1984
CO
SSW: Metta E. - Research Note: Son of Alvin Mizner and Esther Mae Goodwin. SSDI gives his last residence as Littleton, Arapahoe Co., CO. SSDI
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MIZNER, Esther Mae May 10, 1892
KS
June 17, 1968
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of Charles H. Goodwin and Harriet Loretta Dean. Wife of Alvin Mizner and he was the informant on the death certificate. Census
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MIZNER, Metta E. (LOVEALL) Jan. 25, 1917
Guernsey,
Platte Co., WY
Dec. 14, 1972
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Everett E. - Research Note: Daughter of Jonathan Lee Loveall and Gertrude Mable Webb. Everett Eugene Mizner married Metta Loveall in 1935 in Gilpin, CO. Western States Marriage Index
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MOELLER, Edward A. C. May 9, 1877
NY
June 23, 1953 Research Note: Son of John and Elizabeth Moeller, both born Germany. 1900 Census in NE. 1920, he has married Anna and in Pawnee Co., OK. 1930 Edward and Anna are in Prairie, Carroll Co., AR with 9 children. - 1940 Census, Butterfield, Barry, Missouri - E. A. C. Moeller, head, age 63, born NY, lived in Berryville, AR in 1935, farmer; Anna, wife, age 49, born NE; Katie, daughter, age 20, born OK; Mary, daughter, age 15, born OK; W. R., son, age 13, born OK; Carl, son, age 7, born OK. Census
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MOELLER, Richard Lynn Jan. 21, 1948 Sept. 22, 1949 Research Note: Son of William R. Moeller and Sarah E. Hilburn. - Another Photo Mother's Obit
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MOELLER, Sarah Elizabeth (HILBURN) July 8, 1926
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 3, 2011
Hospice Home
Springdale,
Washington Co., AR
SSW: William R. - Inscription: "Oct. 18, 1945" - Research Note: She was the daughter of Oscar Hilburn and Grace (Beck) Hilburn. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, William Richard Moeller; son, Richard Lynn Moeller; sisters, Ruby Keene and Mary Boyd; and brother, Virgil Hilburn. Cassville Democrat
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MOELLER, William Richard Sept. 27, 1926 Feb. 10, 1998 SSW: Sarah E. - Inscription: "Oct. 18, 1945" - Research Note: Son of Edward A. C. and Anna Moeller. Census
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MOODY, Gary, Rev. Nov. 29, 1940 No Date SSW: Linda Lee Herndon - Inscription: "Married Apr. 21, 1963" Photo
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MOODY, Linda Lee (HERNDON) Sept. 25, 1943 No Date SSW: Rev. Gary - Inscription: "Married Apr. 21, 1963" Photo
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MOODY, Mary Ruby (HORNER) Mar. 13, 1917
Cassville,
Barry
Co., MO
Aug. 8, 2000
Sandpiper Bay
Health Center,
Wichita,
Sedgwick Co., KS
Research Note: Daughter of Oliver and Ethel (Henbest) Horner. She was a beautician for a few years, and worked for Hallmark Cards in Wichita. She was married to Alfred Joe Moody. She was preceded in death by one son, Mike Moody; one brother, Paul Horner; and one sister, Lucille Nash. Monett Times
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MORGAN, Charles Eldon Mar. 16, 1874
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
July 22, 1918
County Home,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Cassville Republican, July 25, 1918 - Charles Morgan who had been afflicted for many years passed away Monday, July 22 at the county home, death having come very suddenly, at the age of 44 years, 4 months and 6 days. The funeral services were conducted at the Horner Baptist Church southeast of this city Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the body laid to rest in the cemetery nearby. Charles Eldon Morgan was born in Joplin March 16, 1874. He was a son of Rev. Marion Morgan (mother was Nancy Brady) now of Newton County but four years a well-known minister of this county. As a boy Charles lived in the Mt. Sinai and locations east of Cassville and was well known here. He had been afflicted for many years. He leaves a father, Rev. Marion Morgan, a sister, Mrs. D. L. Cox, and five brothers. The five brothers are: Sam, Columbus and Richard Newton County and James of Nebraska and Walter of Oklahoma. All attended the funeral except James and Walter. Online Newspapers
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MORGAN, Gracy Aug. 11, 1888 Dec. 10, 1888 Inscription: "Dau. of S. W. and C. A." Photo
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MORGAN, Nancy Lucinda (BRADY) Nov. 23, 1837
IN
Apr. 14, 1907
MO
SSW: Rev. Richard Marion Morgan - Inscription: "Wife of Rev. R. M." - Research Note: Researchers say she was the daughter of William Brady and Isabella Hepburn. Lucinda Brady married Marion Morgan on Feb. 4, 1855 in Barry Co., MO. Note
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MORGAN, Richard Marion, Rev. Dec. 8, 1835
IN
June 27, 1919
Seneca,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Nancy L. - Research Note: Son of Peter Morgan and Nancy Crosley. Peter second married Harriett Jane (Varner) Shipley. Mother not named on the death certificate. R. A. Morgan of Seneca, MO was the informant. - Cassville Republican, July 3, 1919 - Rev. Morgan Dies At Seneca: Rev. R. M. Morgan for years administer of the Gospel in this county, died Friday, June 27, at the home of his son, Richard, in Seneca from old age and general debility. His body was brought to this city Saturday evening and taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. D. L. Cox. The funeral, conducted by Rev. J. T. Brattin, was held Sunday afternoon at the Horner Baptist church of which Rev. Morgan was a member for many years. Interment was made in the Horner cemetery. Richard Marion Morgan was born in Indiana Dec. 8, 1835. He came with his parents to Missouri when he was five years old. The family located in McDonald County and there R. M. grew to manhood. In about 1867 he moved to this county which was his home for many years. Some fifteen years ago he moved to Newton County. He was converted when in his teens and about 40 years or more ago was ordained as a Baptist minister. He was a man loved and respected by all who knew him and lived a devoted Christian life until called into eternal rest. He was married to Miss Lucinda Brady, Feb. 4, 1855. She died April 14, 1907. To them twelve children were born, three daughters and nine sons, of whom one daughter, Mrs. D. L. Cox, of Cassville and five sons are living. The sons are C. A., S. W. and R. A. of Seneca; W. E. of Kerwin, Kan., and J. L. of Washington, Neb. - August 19, 1915, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: R. M. Morgan of Newton County and William Morgan of Temple, Tex., spent last week in this vicinity on a visit. They are brothers and had not seen each other for years. Death Certificate
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MULLIN, Hannah (NICKLE) (HAMMOND) (PARNELL) July 5, 1847
Gallia Co., OH
Dec. 27, 1897
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of W. F. Mullin" - Research Note: Daughter of Henry Wilson Nickle and Esther Brown. Sister of Lucy J. (Nickle) Burks buried in Horner Cemetery. She first married Stephen Hammond on Jan. 2, 1866 in Bond Co., IL. Hannah Hammond is in Barry Co., MO in 1880, widowed with 3 children. Must have married second Mr. Parnell as MO Marriage Records have Mrs. Hannah Parnell, married William F. Mullin on Sept. 1883 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Republican, Jan. 6, 1898 - Died, Dec. 28 at 9:40 o'clock, Hannah, wife of W. F. Mullin, age 50 yrs, 6 months, 28 days. Mrs. Mullin was born in Gallia Co., Ohio, Jan. 5, 1847. She was in the Christian work since 13 years of age. She first joined the Methodist church and remained in that faith until 7 years ago, when she professed holiness and has been an earnest worker in that case. She has suffered untold pain. Often during her sickness she would exhort her children and neighbors to meet her in heaven, and often sang praises to God for His saving poser., and when she so low that she could not speak then would clap her hands in evidence that she was praising God through hurt fatal illness. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community. God in His wisdom has recalled a boon? of love He's given. Though the body slumbers now the soul is in heaven. A Friend. - March 20, 1890, Cassville Republican - W. F. Mullins and wife are visiting William Barrich, who is a son-in-law of Mrs. Mullins. Online Obit
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MULLIN, Sylvia Maud Jan. 20, 1886 May 23, 1887 Inscription: "Dau. of William and Hannah" - Research Note: Daughter of William F. Mullin and Hannah Nickle. Note
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MUNDAY, Sarah (BECK) (JOSEPH) Feb. 24, 1859 Nov. 12, 1925 Research Note: Sarah was the daughter of Daniel Beck and Louise Samantha Redman. She first married Francis Marion Joseph and second, Christopher H. Munday, buried at Mano Cemetery. Census
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MURRAY, Elmer I. Oct. 23, 1892
Aurora,
Lawrence Co., MO
May 28, 1912
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was single and a farmer and listed as a son of Frank Murray, born IA, and Alice Shan, born Newton Co., MO. Mrs. Frank Murray of Cassville, MO was the informant. He drowned in White River. - Cassville Republican, May 30, 1912 - Drowns in White River: Elmer Murray, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray south of town on the old Sellers farm was drowned while swimming in White River, near the Easley ford southwest of Eagle Rock, Thursday afternoon. Elmer Murray, Luciene Horner, Hub Sands, Walter Sater, Clarence Farwell and Tobe James and one of his boys were on the river near the W. J. Farwell farm, fishing. While the other boys had gone up the river to set a trot line, Luciene Horner and Elmer Murray went swimming. Neither were acquainted with the river and after swimming for some little time they became exhausted and made an effort to swim to the bank. Horner finally succeeded in getting to where he was safe and noticed Murray going under the water and coming up again, this he thought was being done by Murray for sport in the water. The third time he went down he failed to come up. Horner was unable to assist in rescuing him and no other help was at hand, however two of three of the party were only a short distance away. The search began immediately for the body. The family was notified and the people from all over that section of the county gathered to render any assistance they could. After a fourth-two hour search, and anxious waiting on the part of the bereaved family, the body was found at 10 o'clock Saturday, the body having been in the water since 5 o'clock on Thursday afternoon. It was immediately brought to the Murray home near Cassville and Undertaker P. E. Horine prepared if for burial. The funeral was held Sunday and Interment made at the Horner Cemetery. Elmer was 10 years of age and an excellent young man. The affair is indeed a very sad one. The family and other relatives have the deepest sympathy of the entire community. Death Certificate
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NEELEY, Abner Vincent, Sr. Dec. 18, 1813
Perry Co., TN
Aug. 19, 1884
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Susan A. - Research Note: Researchers say he was the son of Isaac Neeley and Fannie Harrelson. Note
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NEELEY, Abner Vincent "Vince", Jr. Sept. 24, 1853
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 17, 1927
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Our Father" - "Gone But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: His wife was Mary Ellen Fare. Vincent Neeley married Mary Fare on Dec. 15, 1872 in Lawrence Co., MO. Son of Abner V. Neeley born IN. Mother not named on the death certificate (mother was Susan). Mrs. Mary Hankins of Cassville, MO was the informant. - Cassville Republican, March 1, 1894 - Vince Neeley has gone to Madison Co., Ark., to trade a horse. - January 13, 1917, Cassville Democrat - Another Arrest: Vince Neeley was arrest Wednesday on a charge of selling whiskey, on a warrant issued by Squire Sons, by Constable Smalley, and gave bond for his appearance on 22nd for preliminary examination. - January 25, 1917, Cassville Republican - At the trial of Vince Neeley, Monday, charged with violating the local option law, before Justice S. R. Reynolds, he was found guilty by a jury and fined $300. He appealed. - February 3, 1917, Cassville Democrat - Locals and Personal: Freeman Scroggins, __enze Neeley and Fred J__ were arrested Tuesday ____ by Sheriff Houston on a charge of disturbing the peace, on a warrant issued by Squire Sons. They gave bonds for their appearance before the justice Wednesday. Their bondsmen declined to serve as such and Scroggins and Neeley were placed in jail. Neeley plead guilty and is serving his fine out in the county jail. Scroggins made a new bond. - May 3, 1917, Cassville Republican - Vince Neeley's bondsmen refused longer to serve and he was committed to the county jail Saturday. He was fined $300. in two cases at the March term of circuit court and paroled. Death Certificate
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NEELEY, Ader Melissa Aug. 1, 1885
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 9, 1888
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of J. M. and J. A." - Research Note: Daughter of James Madison Neeley and Julia Ann Brady. - Another Photo Note
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NEELEY, Charley H. Aug. 24, 1871 Oct. 15, 1871 Inscription: "Son of W. G. and Serena" - Research Note: Son of William Garrett and Serena Belle Horner. Note
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NEELEY, Horace Bryan Aug. 25, 1896 Mar. 28, 1970 SSW: Jewette C. - Inscription: "MO WAGR 261 CAS CO WWI" - Research Note: Son of William A. Neeley and Nellie Gertrude Frost. - Cassville Republican, April 3, 1919 - Horace Neeley who had been in France for six months has been discharged from the military service and returned home the latter part of last week. Online Newspapers
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NEELEY, Infant Apr. 20, 1881 May 2, 1881 Inscription: "Infant Son of A. V. and M. E." - Research Note: Son of Abner V. Neeley, Jr. and Mary Ellen Fare. Note
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NEELEY, Jack Leon Aug. 23, 1928 Aug. 23, 1928
Inscription: "Infant of Jack and Mary" - Research Note: Son of Jack Neeley and Mary Elsie Hewig. Jack Sr. was the son of William A. and Nellie G. Neeley.
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NEELEY, James Madison Jan. 22, 1848
Rural Nashville, TN
Apr. 30, 1923
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Julia Brady - Research Note: Son of Abner V. and Susan Neeley born TN. William Neeley was the informant on the death certificate. - October 2, 1913, Cassville Republican - J. M. Neeley informs us that Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Craig who formerly resided in this community are now permanently located at Penalsoa, Kan. Mr. Craig is manager of he Craig Grain Company's elevator at that place. Mrs. Craig is a daughter of Mr. Neeley. - October 23, 1913, Cassville Republican - Mrs. Nannie Stadler and children left Thursday for their home at West, Texas, after several week's visit with Mrs. Stadler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Neeley. Death Certificate
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NEELEY, Jasper N. July 24, 1870 __ 3, 1871 Inscription: "Son of M. B. and E." - Research Note: Son of Milton B. and Elizabeth Neeley. Note
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NEELEY, Jewette Cleo (REAMS) Aug. 15, 1901 Sept. 11, 1975 SSW: Horace B. - Research Note: Daughter of George Washington Reams and Minerva Isabelle Hefley, both buried at Horner Cemetery. Census
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NEELEY, Julia Ann (BRADY) May 27, 1842
St Francois
Butler Co., MO
Jan. 16, 1923
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James M. - Research Note: Daughter of William J. Brady and mother's maiden name was (Mary Elizabeth) Smith. William A. Neeley of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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NEELEY, Mary Elsie (HEWIG) May 5, 1902
Waldo, KS
Jan. 21, 1930 Research Note: Sydney Neeley listed the birth date of this person as March 5, 1902 - stone and death certificate have May. Her husband was Jack Neeley. Daughter of (Edward A.) Hewig. Mother was Rosa Margaret (Upton) Daniels. born Barry Co., MO. Jack Neeley of Cassville, MO was the informant. - Cassville Republican, Jan. 30, 1930 - Mary Hewig McFarland was born in Waldo, Kan., May 5, 1902 and passed away at the home of her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. McFarland, near Cassville, Jan. 21, 1930. She came to Cassville when she was eleven years old and made her home with Mr. and Mrs. McFarland. She was married to Jack Neeley April 19th, 1925. To this union were born three children, Norma Arlene, age 4, Jack Leon, who passed away a year ago, and Frances Imogene, born Nov. 19, 1929. She leaves to mourn beside her husband and children, her mother, Mrs. Daniels of Norman, Okla., one brother, Bert and two sisters Daisy and Gladys, all of Webb City. Three half brothers of Norman Okla., and her foster parents Mr. and Mrs. N. L. McFarland. Faithful and true she was loved by all who knew her. She was a kind loving wife, mother and daughter. She possessed many excellent traits of character that have made the world better by her having lived. The tenderly solemn and consoling funeral service was conducted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McFarland ,Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, by Rev. W. T. Ward, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Horner cemetery under direction of Horine's Funeral Service. Headstone
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NEELEY, Milton B. Mar. 28, 1871 Feb. 9, 1888 Inscription: "16 Y, 10 M, 11 D, Son of J. M. and Julia" - Research Note: Son of James Madison Neeley and Julia Brady. Note
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NEELEY, Nellie Gertrude (FROST) Nov. 10, 1877
Seligman,
Barry Co., MO
July 13, 1946
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: William A. - Research Note: Daughter of Alonzo Frost born Seligman, MO and Etta, last name not known, born MI. Joe Neeley of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Her mother was Henrietta Windes. - Nellie G. Frost, age 17, married William A. Neeley, age 25, on Dec. 9, 1894 in Barry Co., MO. Her father, Alonzo Frost, gave consent. Headstone
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NEELEY, Susan A. Feb. 4, 1818 Apr. 18, 1886 SSW: Abner V. Photo
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NEELEY, William Abner Aug. 18, 1869
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 24, 1937
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nellie Gertrude - Research Note: He was a carpenter. Son of James Madison Neeley born TN and Julia Brady born TN. Joe Neeley of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo Headstone
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NEELEY, William L. Feb. 19, 1875 July 30, 1895 Inscription: "Son of A. V. and M. E." - Research Note: Son of Abner V. Neeley, Jr. and Mary Ellen Fare. Note
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NICKLE, Clifford Morris July 13, 1914
MO
June 2, 1996
MO
SSW: Thelma - Research Note: Son of Clifford Franklin Nickle and Mable Hankins. Census
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NICKLE, Ester (BROWN) Aug. 3, 1817
Chautauqua Co., NY
1889
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Entered at findagrave by Bob Fleming with a note "unmarked grave". Daughter of Joseph Jacob Brown and Rachel Ann Carrier. Note
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NICKLE, Henry Wilson Aug. 24, 1811 Apr. 28, 1881 Research Note: Entered at findagrave by Bob Fleming with a note "unmarked grave". Son of William Nickle II and Hannah Auld. Note
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NICKLE, Rachel Ann Dec. 4, 1985 Sept. 18, 1986 Inscription: "Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nickle" Photo
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NICKLE, Thelma Marie (HENBEST) Dec. 14, 1908 June 10, 1973 SSW: Clifford - Research Note: Thelma was a daughter of William H. and Ocie (Ball) Henbest. Clifford Nickle, age 22, married Thelma Henbest, age 22, on Dec. 23, 1933 in Barry Co., MO. Note
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NICKLE, Todd Ashley No Date Sept. 30, 1968 Inscription: "Infant Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nickle" Photo
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