Maddy Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
ANDERSON, Robbie H. No Date Sept. 2, 1884 Inscription: "Son of G. R. and S. M., 1 yr, 10 mo, 20 days" Photo
Donna Cooper
ASH, Derious Abraham Jan. 19, 1860
MO
Jan. 29, 1910
Purdy,
Barry, MO
Research Note: Son of Alexander Ash and Eliza Jane Gann. His wife was Margaret Elizabeth Becknell. - February 10, 1910, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Purdy News: Eld Harlan preached the funeral of Abe Ash Sunday. Mr. Ash passed away rather unexpectedly as his health was considered fair. He was buried at the Maddy burial grounds west of town. Family History
Rose Sheldon Newton
Census
Online Newspapers
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
ASH, Margaret Elizabeth (BECKNELL) Jan. 9, 1859
NC
Oct. 13, 1927
Monett,
Barry, MO
Research Note: Daughter of Benjamin Becknell born NC and Harriet Clayton. Descendant of Micajah Becknell and Artemincia Beaver. Mrs. B. M. Davis of Monett, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Wife of Derious Abraham Ash. Family History
Rose Sheldon Newton
Death Certificate
Census
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BERTALOT, Freddie July 25, 1900 Apr. 18, 1901 Inscription: "Son of J. J. and Bell Bertalot" Photo
Donna Cooper
BLOOMER, Zelphia Apr. 15, 1833 Dec. 25, 1897 Inscription: "Wife of J. J. Bloomer" - Research Note: Zelphia Thompson married John J. Bloomer on Feb. 8, 1860 in Pulaski Co., KY. John died in KY. KY Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BOSWELL, Lydia F. (LONG) Oct. 4, 1884
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 27, 1904
KS
Inscription: "Wife of B. F. and daughter of H. and M. Long" - Research Note: Daughter of Hiram and Mary E. R. (Davis) Long. Lydia Long, age 18, married Benjamin F. Boswell, age 23, on Nov. 30, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. - December 10, 1904, Saturday, Cassville Democrat, Barry Co., MO - Purdy News Items: The body of Mrs. Lyda Boswell who died in Kansas, was brought to this place for burial Monday morning. She was the daughter of Hiram Long on this place. Online Newspapers
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Donna Cooper
MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
BOWMAN, Cora M. May 1, 1883 May 12, 1891 Inscription: "Daughter of E. M. and J. A." - Research Note: Daughter of Elijah Marion Bowman and Johanna Neal. Note
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BOWMAN, Elijah Marion, Judge Apr. 29, 1844
TN
Apr. 28, 1908
MO
Research Note: Husband of Johanna (Neal) Bowman. Son of Josiah Bowman and Fanny Dillard. - Cassville Republican, July 7, 1892 - Our thanks are due Elijah Bowman, of south of town, for some excellent raspberries and some dewberries, which he kindly presented us Tuesday. Mr. Bowman can give many small fruit growers pointers on the planting and care of small fruit. He has some of the finest strawberries that we saw this year, as well as raspberries. - May 2, 1908, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Judge E. M. Bowman Dead - A well spent life was closed and the book of accounts, so far as this life is concerned, closed with it, and Judge Elijah M. Bowman's spirit went to Him, who gave it from his home in McDonald township. Tuesday morning, April 24th, 1908, of a cancer, aged 64 years, surrounded by a loving wife, sons and daughters. The Judge Bowman, we believe, was born in Tennessee, and came to Barry County many years ago and located in Capps Creek township, where he resided until he moved to his late home. In 1902, he was elected County Judge from the Western District, on the Democratic ticket, and served his people well. He leaves a wife, four sons and two daughters to mourn his death. They are Joseph, of Miller, MO; John, Albert, and Claiborn and Miss Leta and Mrs. Ollie Ash of McDonald Township. Judge Bowman was a member of the Fairview Baptist church, 8 miles out on the Springfield road. The remains were laid to rest Tuesday evening in the Maddy Cemetery west of Purdy. Another good citizen is gone to his reward - a family is broken and his neighbors will miss him. The family have our sympathies. Online Newspapers
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Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BOWMAN, Flora E. May 1, 1883 Apr. 7, 1884 Inscription: "Dau. of E. M. and J. A. Bowman" - Research Note: Daughter of Elijah Marion Bowman and Johanna Neal. Note
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BOWMAN, Ganney M. Feb. 16, 1839 July 28, 1886 No Data Photo
Donna Cooper
BOWMAN, George B. Oct. 4, 1881 Sept. 12, 1882 Inscription: "Son of E. M. and J. A. Bowman" - Research Note: Daughter of Elijah Marion Bowman and Johanna Neal. Note
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BOWMAN, Johanna (NEAL) June 12, 1854
Gordon Co., GA
Feb. 5, 1927
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Our Mother" - Research Note: Wife of Elijah Marion Bowman, he is also buried at Maddy. They have separate stones. Johanna's mother, Elizabeth Alice Montgomery, is buried there and probably her step-father, Joseph Shepherd also. Callaway Funeral Home Records: Johanna Bowman, funeral Feb. 7, 1927, place of death Monett, MO., services at the funeral home at 2:30 PM. - Death date not given, age 72 yrs, 7 mos., 22 dys., buried Madry/Maddy Cemetery, born June 12, 1854, Gordon, GA. Adam Neal, her father, was born in Ireland and her mother Alsey, aka Elizabeth Alice Montgomery, born GA. Joe C. Bowman, Miller, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Democrat, Saturday, July 10, 1920 - Mrs. E. M. Bowman of Miller, Lawrence County, came Wednesday and was met here by her son John Bowman of near Viola, where she went Thursday to visit her son and family. Death Certificate
Online Newspapers
Phyllis Long
Callaway Funeral Home
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Donna Cooper
BOYD, James Coleman Feb. 9, 1891 Jan. 12, 1969 Research Note: Son of William Coleman Boyd and Matilda Ann Drake. - Photo of James Census
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BOYD, Matilda Ann (DRAKE) Oct. 1, 1858 May 4, 1906 Inscription: "Wife of W. C. Boyd" - Research Note: Wife of William Coleman Boyd. Daughter of Jacob Drake and Margaret Elina Counts. Census
Int'l Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BRENDLINGER, Ernest May 29, 1913 Jan. 18, 1915 Inscription: "Son of O. L. and Jennie Brendlinger" - Research Note: He was the son of Leroy Brendlinger and Jenny (DeCocq) (Brendlinger) Planchon. Headstone
Roberta DeCocq
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Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
BURCHETT, U. F. June 3, 1882 July 27, 1883 Research Note: Name was Ulysses F. Burchett and he was a son of Hiram Emerson and Serilda Jane (Long) Burchett. He was a grandson of Simon Hiram and Tabitha (James) Long. Top of stone has the inscription of U. F. Burchett. - Another Photo Note
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL, Elzena J. Dec. 15, 1872 Nov. 12, 1892 Inscription: "Daughter of J. N. and O. M. Campbell" "Aged 19 Y., 10 M., 27 D." - Research Note: Daughter of John Newman Campbell and Orpha M. Douglass. See mother Orpha, listed below. Note
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL Infant Aug. 14, 1886 Aug. 14, 1886 Inscription: "Dau. of C. B. and O. L." - Research Note: Columbus Boyd and Ona Lucinda (Ferguson) Campbell. Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL Infant June 7, 1887 June 7, 1887 Inscription: "Son of C. B. and O. L." - Research Note: Columbus Boyd and Ona Lucinda (Ferguson) Campbell. - Another Photo Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL Infant No Date No Date Inscription: "Son of C. B. and O. L." - Research Note: Columbus Boyd and Ona Lucinda (Ferguson) Campbell. Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL Infant Jan. 2, 1900 Jan. 2, 1900 Inscription: "Son of C. B. and O. L." - Research Note: Columbus Boyd and Ona Lucinda (Ferguson) Campbell. Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL, John A. May 8, 1871
GA
Dec. 2, 1896
MO
Inscription: "Son of G. W. Campbell" - Research Note: Son of George Campbell and Mary V. Neal. John A. Campbell, age 28, married Florence Waltrick, age 18, on Aug. 22, 1895 in Barry Co., MO. Census
MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL, Joseph Abt. 1881 Feb. 26, 1884 SSW: Children of A. D. and H. A. Campbell - Inscription: "Age 2 yrs, 5 Ms, 8 days" - Research Note: Son of Albert Douglas and Harriet Ann (Bennett) Campbell. Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
CAMPBELL, Mary V. (NEAL) Apr. 5, 1848 July 29, 1888 Inscription: "Wife of George Campbell" - Research Note: Daughter of Adam Neal and Alsey Elizabeth Montgomery. George W. Campbell married Mary Vasti Neal in 1866. George W. Campbell, age 44, second married Lottie Kay, age 22, on Nov. 29, 1891 in Barry Co., MO. - 1880 Census, Shoal Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO - George Campbell, Self, Married, Male, White, 30, GA, Farmer, TN, GA; Mary V. Campbell, Wife, Married, Female, White, 32, GA, Keeping House, GA, GA; Amanda E. Campbell, Dau, S, Female, White, 13, GA, At Home, GA, GA; Robert L. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 10, GA, At Home, GA, GA; John A. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 8, GA, GA, GA; Georgia F. Campbell, Dau, S, Female, White, 6, GA, GA, GA; Julia O. Campbell, Dau, S, Female, White, 4, GA, GA, GA; William L. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 1, MO, GA, GA Census
MO Marriage Records
Int'l Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL, N. Aug. 1879 Oct. 15, 1879 SSW: Children of A. D. and H. A. Campbell - Inscription: "Age 2 mos" - Research Note: Child of Albert Douglas and Harriet Ann (Bennett) Campbell Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
CAMPBELL, O. B. Aug. 1877 Aug. 21, 1878 SSW: Children of A. D. and H. A. Campbell - Inscription:"Age 1 yr" - Research Note: Child of Albert Douglas and Harriet Ann (Bennett) Campbell Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
CAMPBELL, Orpha M. (DOUGLASS) Aug. 7, 1834 Sept. 16, 1898 Inscription: "Wife of J. N. Campbell" - Research Note: Thought to be the daughter of Madison Martin Douglass and Sarah Bonham. - Goodspeed's History - John Newman Campbell, a farmer and stock raiser of Barry Co., MO, was born in Monroe Co., TN on July 4, 1832. He is a son of Reuben and Polly (Dillard) Campbell. Reuben Campbell was a farmer, and was born in SC. When a young man he emigrated from his native state of TN, where he was married. He and wife were the parents of ten children, eight of whom are living. John N. Campbell is their second child. When a boy he went with his parents to GA, in which state he remained until the Civil War. There he married Orpha Douglass, a native of GA, born in Aug. 1835, and to them have been born ten children, all of whom are living; their names are Albert, Columbus, Elijah, Gerome, Louisa, Madison, William, John, Elzena and Oscar. Mr. Campbell removed his family from GA to IN, and five years later immigrated to AR. Remaining in the latter state about 7 years, they removed to MO, locating in Barry Co. He has reared a large family of intelligent children, and has a good farm of about 100 acres. The family are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. In politics Mr. Campbell endorses and supports the principles of the Democratic party. - 1880 Census, Shoal Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO - John N. Campbell, Married, Male, White, 47, TN, Farmer, TN, TN; Orpah Campbell, Wife, Married, Female, White, 44, TN, Keeping House, TN, TN; Columbus B. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 22, GA, Farmer, TN, TN; Elijah W. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 21, GA, Farmer, TN, TN; Stephen J. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 19, GA, At Home, TN, TN; Sarah C. Campbell, Dau, S, Female, White, 16, GA, At Home, TN, TN; Madison B. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 13, IN, At Home, TN, TN; William A. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 11, IN, At Home, TN, TN; John M. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 9, AR, TN, TN; Elzenah J. Campbell, Dau, S, Female, White, 6, AR, TN, TN; Oscar N. Campbell, Son, S, Male, White, 3, MO, TN, TN Census
Goodspeed
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL, Sarah J. Apr. 18, 1857 No Date Research Note: Death date has been covered when the stone was reset. - Might be the daughter of Manley Page Bonham and Lucinda Galbraith. Wife of Andrew Jackson Campbell. Andrew second married Lydia Mattingly on Sept. 3, 1882 in Star Springs, Barry Co., MO. - 1880 Census, Capps Creek, Barry, Missouri - A. J. (Andrew Jackson) Campbell, age 35 born GA; Sarah J. Campbell, age 23, wife, born AR; James M. Campbell, age 7, Rosa E. Campbell, age 5; Manly L. Campbell, age 2. Census
MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL, W. E. Sept. 1880 Nov. 29, 1880 SSW: Children of A. D. and H. A. Campbell - Inscription: "Age 2 mos, 13 dys" - Research Note: Son of Albert Douglas and Harriet Ann (Bennett) Campbell Headstone
Candie Campbell Wollard
CLARK, Julia B. Sept. 5, 1861 May 28, 1880 Research Note: Daughter of W. S. and F. E. Clark - 1870 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri - Franklin Clark, age 36, born KY; Susan, age 27, born TN; Julia, age 9, born TN; James P., age 2, born TN. Census
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Donna Cooper
COUNTS, T. Frances 1896 1898 Inscription: "Dau. of John A. and Nannie L. Counts" Photo
Donna Cooper
DALE, Charles C. Abt. 1818 Aug. 1903
Rural Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: August 8, 1903, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Purdy News: Charles C. Dale died at the home of his son, Wm., 2 miles west of Purdy, last week, age 85. He was the father of Mrs. Dr. Hawkins of Monett. The remains were laid to rest in the Maddy Cemetery. He was a good citizen. Online Newspapers
Phyllis Long
DAVIS, Oscar Aug. 29, 1913 Sept. 5, 1913 Inscription: "Son of B. M. and G. M. Davis" Photo
Donna Cooper
DECOCQ, Amelia Lucy (MUTRUX) Oct. 21, 1869
Switzerland
July 20, 1911
MO
Inscription: "Wife of L. J. DeCocq" - Research Note: Amelie Mutrux married Leopold DeCocq on Dec. 25, 1890 in Stone's Prairie, Barry Co., Mo. Researcher's say she was the daughter of Lucien Mutrux and Elise Compeche. Son Pierre Leopold DeCocq's death certificate gives his mother's maiden name and place of birth. Pierre is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Headstone
Roberta DeCocq
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MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DECOCQ, Annie L. Aug. 25, 1893 Jan. 1, 1894 Research Note: Daughter of Leopold Joseph DeCocq and Amelia Mutrux. - Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO, Thursday, Jan. 4, 1894 - Paul Decocq, of near Purdy, lost a baby, 4 months old, Sunday. Headstone
Roberta DeCocq
Online Newspapers
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DECOCQ, Arthur Dec. 1, 1894 Jan. 4, 1905 Research Note: Son of Leopold Joseph DeCocq and Amelia Mutrux. Family
Roberta DeCocq
DECOCQ, Desiree (BLAINE) July 2, 1839
France
Jan. 23, 1905
MO
Research Note: Wife of Benjamin DeCocq. Maiden name given on son Leopold's death certificate. Headstone
Roberta DeCocq
Census
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Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DECOCQ, Leopold Joseph "Paul" Apr. 20, 1865
France
Mar. 16, 1929
Rural Corsicana,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: First wife was Amelia. Leopold DeCocq married Amelia Mutrux on Dec. 25, 1890 in Barry Co., MO. His wife at the time of death was Stella. Leopold J. DeCocq, age 47, married Stella Trent, age 35, on Aug. 7, 1912 in Barry Co., MO. Accidental drowning was the cause of death. Son of Benjamin DeCocq and Desiree Blaine, both born France. P. L. (Pierre Leopold, son) DeCocq of Purdy, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Wheaton Journal, Mar. 21, 1929 - Farmer Drowns in Water Tank: Leopold J. Decocq, a farmer who lived a mile south of Corsicana, was found drowned in a watering tank early Saturday morning, by his wife and son. The coroner, Floyd Callaway was called but after he had made an investigation, he decided that the man had died from natural causes and a coroner's inquest was unnecessary. Decocq, who was about 64 years old, had been complaining of not feeling well for several days. He is believed to have become dizzy and fallen in the tank. Mr. Decocq went to the barns just about daybreak to feed the stock. He was carrying a lantern. Between the two barns is a big watering tank. Instead of going a longer way and opening a gate to get from one barn to the other, Mr. Decocq had been in a habit of walking the edge of the tank. He is supposed to have become dizzy, lost his balance, and fallen in the tank. He had been there only twenty or thirty minutes when he was found, for his wife and son started to find him when he did not come to the house as promptly as they expected. Leopold J. Decocq was born April 19 (should be 20), 1865 in France, came with his parents to the United States in 1875 and departed this life March 16, 1929 at the age of 63 years, 10 months and 26 days. He was united in marriage Dec. 25, 1890 to Amelia Lucie Mutrux. To this union eight children were born, four of whom are living: Pierre L. and Henry A. of Purdy, Mo. (should be south of Corsicana, Mo.), Mrs. Emma Whipple and Louie G. of Forest City, Mo. His wife preceded him in death July 15 (should be 20), 1911. August 7, 1912 he was united in marriage to Stella F. Trent. To this union five children were born, four of them living: Eunice Leah, William Lafay, Flora Fay, and Tressa Elizabeth, all at home. Besides his wife and children he is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Adolph of Rosedale, Ark., Ben H. and Lewis of Little River, Kan., Mrs. Mary Sass, Purdy, Mo., Mrs. Anna Mutrux, Exeter, Mo., and Mrs. Ernest Planchon of Monett, Mo. He also leaves seven grandchildren and other relatives and friends to mourn his departure. He professed his religion early in life and has since lived a devoted life to his family and to his Lord. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon March 18 by Rev. Eddie Freeman at the Mt. Joy Church. Internment was made in the Maddy Cemetery under the direction of Pogue's Undertaking, Wheaton. - DeCocq Family Reunion Photo Death Certificate
Online Obit
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Donna Cooper
DECOCQ, Marie Alice May 18, 1892 Feb. 10, 1918 Research Note: Photo of stone at findagrave.com. Daughter of Leopold Joseph DeCocq and Lucie Amelia Mutrux. Note
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DECOCQ, Mary Ellen May 31, 1913 Apr. 8, 1918 Inscription: "Daughter of L. J. and Stella F." - Research Note: Daughter of Leopold Joseph DeCocq and Stella Trent. Headstone
Roberta DeCocq
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Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DECOCQ, Peter F. Mar. 31, 1862 Apr. 15, 1894 Inscription: Son of Benjamin Decocq and Desiree Blaine. Headstone
Roberta DeCocq
Census
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DECOCQ, Stella Frances (TRENT) Jan. 26, 1878
Granby, MO
Dec. 14, 1955
Rural Corsicana,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Second wife of Leopold Joseph DeCocq. - Widowed at the time of death. Daughter of Jess Trent and Anna Roe. Tressa Lenord of Purdy, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Leopold J. DeCocq, age 47, married Stella Trent, age 35, on Aug. 7, 1912 in Barry Co., MO. - Joplin Globe, December 15, 1955 - PURDY, Mo., Dec. 14 - Mrs. Stella F. DeCocq, 77 years old, a resident of the Corsicana community the last 43 years, died at 3 o'clock Wednesday morning at her home near Purdy. Although she had been in ill health for a year, the death was unexpected because of recent improvement in her health. She was a member of the Holiness church. Survivors include a son, Lafay Decoq of rural Purdy; three daughters, Mrs. Fay Harrell and Mrs. Tressia Leonard of Purdy and Mrs. Eunice Cole of Granby; three step-children, Louie and Henry Decoq of near Wheaton and Mrs. Emma Whipple of Midland City, Mo. The body was received by the McQueen funeral home of Wheaton and will lie in state there until this afternoon when it will be removed to the home near Purdy. It will remain there until just before the funeral hour. The funeral will be at 2 o'clock Friday in the Culver Chapel in Cassville. Burial will be in Maddy cemetery near Purdy. Note
Roberta DeCocq
Death Certificate
Online Obit
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DICKEY, Alice Faneta (PAMPLIN) Aug. 3, 1860 Mar. 25, 1892 Inscription: "Wife of S. A. Dickey" - Research Note: The Cemetery Restoration Committee of the BCG and HS reset this stone May 2007. Alice F. Pamplin married Samuel A. Dickey on Aug. 16, 1877 in Lincoln Co., TN. Researchers say she was the daughter of Joel K. Pamplin and Cynthia Elizabeth Yant. - Another Photo Census
TN Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
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Jack Fly
DOUGLAS, Madison Byron Feb. 20, 1848
GA
Aug. 12, 1938
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Mary Alice Douglass. Son of M. M. Douglass born GA. Mother not named on the death certificate. Liver cancer was the cause of death. Mary A. Douglass of Wheaton, Barry Co., MO was the informant. - Son of Madison Martin Douglass and Sarah Bonham. He first married Mary Adaline Waltrip. Second married Mary Alice Stinnett. Madison B. Douglas married Alice Stinnett on June 13, 1901 in Barry Co., MO. Mary was the daughter of John R. Stinnett and Martha E. Walters, born IL. Born 1866 in Purdy, MO and died 1946 in Wheaton, MO. Buried at Purdy Cemetery. Death Certificates
MO Marriage Records
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DOUGLASS, D. No Date No Date Research Note: This stone was in the Douglass' Square of stones. Photo
Donna Cooper
DOUGLASS, N. No Date No Date Research Note: This stone was in the Douglass' Square of stones. Photo
Donna Cooper
DOUGLASS, Madison Martin Jan. 12, 1810
Blount Co., TN
1886
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Posted at findagrave.com by Larry Douglas. Thought to be buried here. His wife was Sarah Bonham. Note
Phyllis Long
DOUGLASS, Mary Adeline (WALTRIP) 1857 1893 Research Note: First wife of Madison Byron Douglass. Daughter of Elijah Waltrip and Delila Jane Haynes. Census
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DOUGLASS, Mary N. 1878 1890 SSW: Moody B. - Research Note: Said to be the daughter of Madison Bryon Douglass and Mary Adeline Waltrip. Note
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DOUGLASS, Moody B. 1884 1890 SSW: Mary N. - Research Note: Said to be the son of Madison Bryon Douglass and Mary Adeline Waltrip. - Douglas Row Note
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DOUGLASS, Sarah (BONHAM) July 4, 1809
Blount Co., TN
Mar. 13, 1880
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Posted at findagrave.com by Larry Douglas. Thought to be buried here. Sarah Bonham married Madison Douglas on Dec. 29, 1831 in Blount Co., TN. Note
TN Marriage Records
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DRAKE, Jacob Dec. 6, 1824 Nov. 17, 1895 Research Note: Jacob Drake born 1824 TN married Margaret Elina Counts born Sept. 26, 1834, Washington Co., AR, in 1851 in AR. She died Feb. 6, 1860 in Madison Co., AR. Buried at Drakes Creek Cemetery in Madison Co., AR. Jacob Drake born 1824 married Telitha Temperance (Young) Combs in 1851 in AR. Researchers say he was the son of Jacob Drake, Sr. and Mary Hannah Ross. Int'l Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DRAKE, Telitha Temperance (YOUNG) (COMBS) July 4, 1837 Feb. 4, 1903 Research Note: Wife of Jacob Drake. Their daughter's death certificate, Amanda Caroline (Drake) Riggs, buried at Arnhart Cemetery, gives her mother's maiden name. - Bio by: Darrell and Joan Mansur - She was the daughter of Robert Coleman Young and Elizabeth (Patterson) Young and married 1st, Columbus M. Combs, abt. 1855 and had two children, William Carell and Tennessee Angeline Combs, and 2nd, as his 2nd wife, Pvt. Jacob Drake, Jr. (1824-1895) on Dec. 30, 1860 and had five children, Mary Elizabeth, Jacob Young, Ruthy E., Elijah C. and Nancy T. Drake. - Telitha Temperance Young married Columbus M. Combs in 1855, in AR. Columbus died in 1860 in Kingston, Madison Co., AR. Married to Jacob Drake by the 1870 census. Note
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DUCKETT, Julia Cordelia Aug. 25, 1891 July 15, 1892 Inscription: "Dau. of W. H. and G. F. Duckett" - Research Note: Duckett family says she was the daughter of William Henderson Duckett and Georgia Florence Campbell. Note
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
DUNKESON, Alice Ophelia (LANE) May 29, 1870 Jan. 27, 1890 Research Note: Wife of E. B Dunkeson. E. B. Dunkerson/Dunkeson married Ophelia Lake on Feb. 14, 1889 in Barry Co., MO. - Donna's note: She was a wife of Edward Bernard Dunkerson. She was a daughter of Wilson and Eliza (Long) Lane and a granddaughter of Hiram and Anna Long. MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
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DUNKESON, Thomas Luther Nov. 17, 1876 Abt. 1901 Inscription: "Died at age 25 years 8 months" - Research Note: Son of Thomas Lyman Dunkeson and Mary Jane Williams. Census
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DUNKESON, Thomas Lyman June 1832
KY
May 10, 1906
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "At Rest - 73 years, 11 months and 8 days" - Research Note: Researchers say he was the son of David Dunkeson and Sarah Woolfolk. His wife was Mary Jane Williams, daughter of John Phillip Williams and Phebe Susan Steel. Died in 1922 in Harrison Co., MO, born KY. Census
Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
ELLIS, Minnie J. June 7, 1900 June 7, 1900 No Data Photo
Donna Cooper
GILLETT, Carrie S. Mar. 28, 1880 Aug. 27, 1881 Inscription: "Dau. of S. E. and B. O." Photo
Donna Cooper
GILLETT, Joel Griswold May 25, 1812
Seneca Co., NY
June 27, 1875
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Joel Gillett was married to Nancy Ann Radford in 1833 in Lawrence County MO. He was the 6th child (3rd son) of Joel and Chloe "Cloa" (Griswold) Gillett. He was the father of at least 4 children - Reverend Alanson Ross, William E., Sarah C. and Benson Owen. Note
Bill Gillett
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Donna Cooper
GRAHAM, John P. Nov. 6, 1874 __ , 1875 Inscription: "Son of J. B. and S. A." Photo
Donna Cooper
HADDOCK, George W. Apr. 4, 1877
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 15, 1884
Nr. Purdy,
Barry Co. MO
Research Note: He was a son of Sarah Margaret (Neal) and William Marion Haddock. He was struck by lighting on the same day and time as his mother. Note
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Donna Cooper
HADDOCK, Sarah Margaret (NEAL) Dec. 12, 1856
Murray Co., GA
Apr. 15, 1884
Nr. Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: The burial place of Sarah Margaret and her son is uncertain, but since her sister and mother are buried here and there are two graves between them, it is believed that she and her son are buried here also. She and George were gathering clothes from the clothes line when they were struck by lighting. Her husband was William Marion Haddock and her mother was Elizabeth Alice (Montgomery) Neal. Her father was Adam Neal. Joseph Shepherd was the second husband of Elizabeth Alice. Note
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HARRELL, William H. Sept. 30, 1883 May 1, 1887 Inscription: "Son of J. N and L. M. Harrell" - Research Note: Probably a footstone for William. - W. H. H Photo
Donna Cooper
HERREL, William Preston Oct. 5, 1911
Shoal Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 16, 1912
Home,
Shoal Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Lamon Herrel, born MO, and Myrtle Harter, born KS. The cause of death unknown. He was found dead in bed at home. Death Certificate
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JOHNSON, W. A. Nov. 8, 1860 Oct. 24, 1898 No Data Photo
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LANE, Jane (COMBS) July 29, 1824
TN
Aug. 10, 1914
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Maddy and Madry are not the same cemetery and are located in different areas of Barry County. There appears to be no stone at either place for this person, but the family reports her at Maddy and without a stone. - Aug. 13, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Purdy News: Grandma Lane, mother of Wilson, Jerry and Columbus Lane, died at her home in Purdy Sunday evening, Aug 9, after a lingering illness of many months. She had celebrated her 90th birthday the Wednesday before and about a week before had bee one of a group to have a photograph taken showing five generations. She leaves a large number of grandchildren and a few great, great grandchildren besides a host of friends to mourn her loss. She was laid to rest at the Maddy Cemetery west of Purdy, Tuesday. - August 15, 1914, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Mrs. Jane Lane Dead: Mrs. Jane (Combs) Lane of Purdy died Monday, August 10, 1914 age 90 years and 15 days of the infinitives of old age. She was born July 29, 1824 in Tennessee and went with her parents to Madison County, Arkansas about 1838, where she grew to womanhood and married Mr. Lane who died some fifty years ago. Sara was the mother of five children, two daughters and three sons, the sons are living and are: Wilson and Jerry Lane of Purdy, and Columbus Lane of Monett all highly respected citizens of Barry county. Mrs. Lane was a member of the Hard Shell Baptist Church and a very religious woman, who had the respect and high esteem of all her acquaintances. She had resided in Barry county since about 1865, coming here in the dark and gloomy days of war, she had seen Barry county grow from almost nothing to one of the best sections of this state. She was a sister of Mace Combs of near Purdy, one our oldest citizens, and of the late Wheeling Combs of Butterfield, and Mrs. Thos. Clark of near Pioneer, MO. Rev. Taylor of the Hard Shell Baptist Church, conducted services at the Madry Cemetery near Purdy, where the remains were interred Tuesday. A grand old mother and citizen has gone to her blessed reward for a well spent life on earth. Her many splendid virtues are worthy of imitation. Online Obits
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LEWIS, Lucinda (WAGNER) No Date Apr. 3, 1878 Inscription: "Wife of C. N. Lewis" - Research Note: Daughter of Elisha Wagner/Wagoner and Elizabeth Kirk. Charles N. Lewis is buried at Maplewood Cemetery. He was born in 1836, died 1915. Married second Martha Bryant. Census
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LEWIS, Mabel L. June 2, 1889 Apr. 7, 1898 No Data Photo
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LEWIS, Tennessee Angeline (COMBS) Jan. 26, 1858
AR
Aug. 9, 1933
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of Columbus Combs and Telitha Temperance (Young) (Combs) Drake. Mrs. Counts of Monett, MO was in the informant on the death certificate. Wife of Wilburn B. Lewis. Death Certificate
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LEWIS, Wilburn D. Nov. 20, 1850 Feb. 27, 1889 Research Note: Son of James Abner Lewis and Lavina J. Drake. Census
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LONG, Calvin 1885 1885 Research Note: Said to be the son of Hiram Long and Mary Elizabeth Rebecca Davis. Note
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LONG, Daisy C. Mar. 9, 1879 Mar. 20, 1879 Inscription: "Daughter of G. W. and S. C. Long" - Research Note: George W. Long married Susan C. Trentham on Feb. 24, 1876 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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LONG, Frankie No Date Feb. 2, 1877 Inscription: "Aged 2 months, 15 days, son of G. W. and S. C. Long" - Research Note: Son of George W. Long and Susan C. Trentham. Note
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LONG, Hiram Jan. 16, 1852 Sept. 30, 1906 SSW: Mary E. R. (Davis) Long - Research Note: Son of John Dake Long and Lavina Bellah. His father and grandfather were killed in the Civil War by bushwhackers. - October 6, 1906, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Hiram Long suffered a relapse with typhoid fever and was very low at last account. - Photo of Hiram Long Family Online Newspapers
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LONG, Lavina (BELLAH) Aug. 19, 1827 May 30, 1906 Research Note: Lavina Bellah, wife of John Dake Long. Lavina was the third great grandmother of Donna Cooper. Lavina Bellah married John D. Long on July 9, 1846 in Oregon Co., MO. - June 9, 1906, Cassville Democrat - Purdy News: Mrs. Long, mother of Hiram Long, died last week, age 76 years. - Lavina (Bellah) Long, died May 30, 1906, she was the wife of John Dake Long and was buried at Maddy Cemetery. Her stone reads that she was born in August 29, 1827, which would have made her 79 years old and not 76 as the newspaper read. Her husband and his father, Hiram, were killed during the Civil War by bushwhackers. - His estate reads: Page 145, Letters of Administration, Barry Co., MO. George Long, Lenard Long, John D. Long, Simon H. Long, Kizah Long and Samantha Long, minor heirs of J. D. Long, deceased. Bond: $ 200., 30 March 1867, William Cannon, Administrator, William W. Lee and Thomas Smith, bondsmen. It is not known where Hiram and John Dake Long are buried but presumed at Corsicana, because Maddy may not have been a cemetery that early. If it was then they are probably at Maddy. - Footstone - Could be a footstone for Lavina. - Another Photo Online Newspapers
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LONG, Lavina F. Oct. 17, 1871 Oct. 4, 1885 Inscription: "Dau. of H. and M. Long" - Research Note: 1880 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri - Vina Long, age 51, born AR, parents born TN; Hiram, age 28, boarder (son), widowed, born MO, age 28, farmer, born MO, father born IN, mother AR; Samantha J., daughter, divorced, age 19, born MO, father born IN, mother AR; Lavina F., granddaughter, age 8, born MO, father born MO, mother AR; Jerry A. B., grandson, age 1, born MO, both parents born MO. - From this census, Hiram must have had a first marriage and had Lavina F. The 1900 census shows him married to Mary Elizabeth Rebecca Davis for 19 years, making the marriage year 1881. Of course, married 19 years might not be correct and Lavina belong to another of Vina Bellah's sons. Census
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LONG, Mary Elizabeth Rebecca (DAVIS) May 14, 1855
MO
Nov. 25, 1926
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Hiram Long - Research Note: Only Davis given for parents names on the death certificate. Myrlte McCracken of Purdy, MO was the informant. - 1900 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri - Hiram Long, head, born Jan. 1852 MO, age 48, married 19 years, father born IN, mother AR; Mary, wife, born May 1855 MO, age 45, married 19 years, mother of 7 children, 6 living, parents born TN; George E., son, born Oct. 1882 MO, age 17, parents born MO; Lavina, daughter, born Oct. 1884 MO, age 15, parents born MO; Martha, daughter, born Aug. 1889 MO, age 10, parents born MO; Clarence, son, born Nov. 1891 MO, age 8, parents born MO; Cloe, daughter, born July 1895 MO, parents born MO; Charley, son, born Mar. 1897 MO, age 3, parents born MO. Death Certificate
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LONG, Oscerm M. Nov. 16, 1887 Aug. 12, 1888 Inscription: "Son of H. and M. Long" - Research Note: Son of Hiram Long and Mary Elizabeth Rebecca Davis. Note
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LONG, Simon Hiram Dec. 1, 1820 Dec. 21, 1907 SSW: Tabitha - Research Note: Son of Hiram and Anna (Lakey) Long. He married Martha Tabitha James, September 25, 1842 in Ozark Co., Missouri. - Goodspeed's History: Simeon H. Long , a farmer and a stock raiser of Barry County, Mo was born in Greene County, Indiana in 1820, and is the second child of Hiram and Anna (Lakey) Long. Hiram was born in East Tennessee on May 20, 1796, and was reared on a farm. He emigrated from his native state to Indiana, and was there married on Feb 11, 1814. His wife was born in Ohio on March 19, 1798. They became the parents of eleven children, four of whom are living. Hiram Long came with his family to Missouri in 1834, locating in Ripley County. He afterward removed to Barry County where he was brutally murdered in 1862. During the Civil War he tried hard to remain with his family in peace, taking no part then in the contest between the North and the South. A band of Southern men came to his home and made inquiry as to his principles. Upon finding him a Union man they took him and one of his sons out and shot them. After the murder of his father and brother, Simeon H. Long enlisted in the Federal army, joining the Eighth Missouri Cavalry, with which he served three years, being mustered out of service at Little Rock, Ark., on July 20, 1865. He was paid off at St. Louis the following August. On September 25, 1842, he was united in marriage with Tabitha James, who was born in Indiana on March 15, 1826. Eleven children have been born to them, seven of whom, Serilda J., Eliza, George W., Franklin H., Samantha C. (Mrs. James Burtchett), U. S. G. and Dora are living. Their eldest son, S. J. Long served in the Civil War in the same company with his father. He died in the hospital at Bloomfield, Stoddard County, MO, from sickness contracted while in the service. After the war Mr. Long returned to the remainder of his family, whom he had left for security at Springfield, MO, and in February, 1866, came to Barry County, where he has since been engaged in farming. He and his wife are consistent members of the Christian Church and the family are highly respected. He is a Republican, and a member of the G.A.R. - Civil War Record Goodspeed
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LONG, Tabitha (JAMES) Mar. 15, 1826 July 17, 1904 SSW: Simon Photo
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LONG, U. S. Grant Oct. 2, 1866 Dec. 6, 1895 Research Note: U. S. Grant Long married Augusta Counts in Barry Co., MO, September 5, 1894. He was a son of Simon Hiram and Tabitha (James) Long. MO Marriage Records
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LONG, Willie U. June 14, 1895 July 29, 1896 Inscription: "Son of U. S. G. and A. L. M." - Research Note: Son of U. S. Grant Long and Augusta Counts. Note
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