Stubblefield Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

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AKIN, Florence Nancy (EUBANKS) Apr. 9, 1874 June 26, 1905
Guthrie,
Logan Co., OK
Inscription: "Wife of H. P." - Research Note: Wife of Hiram Preston Akin, buried at Maple Park Cemetery, Aurora, Lawrence Co., MO. Florence Eubanks, age 19, married Hiram P. T. Akin, age 19, on Oct. 19, 1893 in Barry Co. MO. W. O. Akin, father of Hiram, gave consent. Daughter of William E. Eubanks and Matilda Jane Counts. Florence died in child birth. - July 8, 1905, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Purdy News Items: The remains of Mrs. Press Akins were interred in the Stubblefield Cemetery. She died at Guthrie, OK. - Back of Stone Online Newspapers
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AKIN, Henry June 26, 1905
Guthrie,
Logan Co., OK
Aug. 8, 1905 Inscription: "Son of H. P. and Florence" - Research Note: Son of Hiram Preston Akin and Nancy Florence Eubanks. Note
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ALLEN, Margaret M. (SMITH) May 15, 1844
WV
July 26, 1882 Research Note: Photo 1 has Margaret M. - Daughter of Currence Smith and Sarah Jenks. Wife of Joshua Allen. - Photo 1- Susan's - Photo 1 has Margaret M. - Photo 2- Susan's - Photo 2 has dates. The center section of the stone could not be found on June 1, 2001. Surname was confirmed from the transcription in Barry Co. Cemeteries Vol. 4, p. 100, by Joan Kunkel. - Footstone - Stone is broken and on the ground. Census
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Susan
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ARMSTRONG, Infant No Date Jan. 2, 1897
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Child of George and Ellen Armstrong. Mother's Obit
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ARMSTRONG, Mary "Ellen" (FARE) Abt. 1869 Dec. 31, 1896
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of James Carroll Fare and Amanda Elizabeth Henson. - Cassville Republican, Jan. 7, 1897 - Mineral Springs Items: Died Dec. 31st of consumption, Mrs. George "Ellen" Armstrong, age 27, and on Jan. 2nd her baby died. She leaves a spouse and one child. - Died of consumption, Dec. 31, 1896, Mrs. Ellen Armstrong, age 27 years, and on Saturday night, Jan. 2, 1897, the Lord saw fit to call her darling babe home to heaven, where it can ever be with its mother. She leaves a husband and one child, behind and a host of friends and relatives to morn her loss. She was an affectionate companion, a loving mother and a kind neighbor, liked by all who knew her. She professed faith in Christ about four years ago and united with the Church of God, of which she had since lived a member. The remains were laid to rest in Stubblefield Cemetery, Jan. 1, after services by Rev. John Thomas. Online Obit
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BASSETT, Loren E. Nov. 3, 1908
Leann,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 22, 1912
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: " Son of L. D. and Mollie" - Research Note: His parents were given as Loren Bassett, born Leann, MO, and Mollie Stubblefield, born McDowell, MO, on his death certificate. His birth date is given as Aug. 20, 1909 and not the date that is on the stone. He died from the effects of diphtheria according to King Funeral Home Records record that he died from diphtheria at age 4 years. Bill charged to Leonard D. Bassett. Death Certificate
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BRUMFIELD, Sarah (ADAMS) Feb. 21, 1838
IN
Sept. 22, 1918 SSW: Thomas J. - Research Note: Sarah Adams, age 45, second married Thomas J. Brumfield, age 43, on May 20, 1893 in Barry Co. MO. According to King Funeral Home Records, died at "Cube Palmer's place." Cause of death listed as "senile" at age 80 years, 7 months. 1900 Census, Sarah Adams is widowed, age 72, living with her nephew Colburn Palmer and his wife Dellia in Barry Co., MO. - Back of Stone MO Marriage Records
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BRUMFIELD, Thomas J. Jan. 8, 1819 Aug. 18, 1892 SSW: Sarah - Research Note: He first married Artemesia Baird on Feb. 26, 1845 in Gallatin Co., KY. Sarah Adams, age 45, second married Thomas J. Brumfield, age 43, on May 20, 1893 in Barry Co. MO. - Back of Stone KY Marriage Records
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CULLERS, Hazel Irene (KAGARICE) Feb. 25, 1908
Reno Co., KS
Dec. 15, 1989
Polk Co., MO
SSW: Water F. - Research Note: Daughter of Isaac Kagarice and Grace Verena Smith. Census
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CULLERS, Walter Franklin Dec. 21, 1890
KS
Apr. 20, 1971
Barry Co., Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Hazel Irene - Research Note: Walter Franklin Cullers was living at Rt. 1, Jenkins, MO, when he died. He was married and his wife was listed as Irene Kagarice Cullers. His father's name was William Butler Cullers and his mother was named Anne Jane Hathaway. The dates given match the dates on his stone. - Joplin Globe, Apr. 21, 1971 - JENKINS, MO - Mr. Cullers passed away at noon Tuesday at South Barry County Hospital where he had been a patient a few hours. He had been ill several months. Mr. Cullers was the son of the late Anna Jane Hathaway and William Butler Cullers. He moved to Jenkins as a child and has resided there his entire life. Survivors include his widow Irene Cullers; son Donald R. Cullers, KC; brother Harry Cullers, Johnson City, KS, and 4 grandchildren. Sister Jewell Simpson conducted the services. - Cassville Democrat, Jan. 24, 1920 - Harry Cullers and wife of Kansas, have visiting their parents, W. B. Cullers and wife and J. A. Roark and family. Walter Cullers has been here for sometime. Joplin Globe
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DICKENSON, Bennie Sept. 23, 1887 June 16, 1901
Drowned in Flat Creek
Research Note: Cassville Republican, July 4, 1901 - McDowell News: On the 16th of June at Swallow Bluff on Flat Creek below McDowell, while in bathing, Bennie Dickenson, while trying to rescue a play mate, who was in danger of drowning, got strangled and was drowned. Bennie was thirteen years, eight months and 25 days old. He was a good boy, beloved by all who knew him. A father and mother, one brother and four sisters mourn his untimely and unexpected death. They have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement. Online Obit
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ELLIS, Jewel M. July 1908 Mar. 1913 Research Note: Daughter of Calvin M. Ellis and Dora VanHorn. Census
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ERWIN, Mable Charlotte June 28, 1891 Aug. 4, 1892 Inscription: "Dau. of C. B. and A. M. Erwin" - Susan's Photo Photo
Susan
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EUBANKS, Carrie L. Jan. 11, 1891 Jan. 31, 1891 Inscription: "Dau. of A. L. and S. J." - Research Note: Daughter of Abraham L. Eubanks and Sina Josephine Fare. Note
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EUBANKS, Elmer A. No Date Jan. 21, 1891 Inscription: "Aged 10 Days?" Photo
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EUBANKS, Infant Sept. 21, 1887 Sept. 21, 1887 Inscription: "Infant Son of A. L. and S. J." - Research Note: Infant of Abraham L. Eubanks and Sina Josephine Fare Note
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EUBANKS, James Jasper Sept. 13, 1837
IL
Nov. 16, 1924
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Arkansas Sgt Co C. 1st Regt Ark Cav. Confederate States Army" - Research Note: Son of James Albert Eubanks and Cynthia Rea. King Funeral Home Records report his name as Jasper James Eubanks. His birth was given as Sept. 16, 1841. He died of uremia poisoning, and the funeral bill was charged to N. C Eubanks according to the King Funeral Home Records. His death certificate reports his death in Barry Co., MO and his name as Jasper James Eubanks. Nancy C. Eubanks was given as his wife's name. He was a widow, retired farmer and his parent's names were given as unknown, but born in TN. The bill was probably charged to a son by the name of Nicholas Counts Eubanks buried at Clio Cemetery. - he was a widower at the time of his death. He first married Saphrona Ann Counts, given on son Nicholas Counts Eubanks' death certificate and IL History. - Stone Photo - Nora's Franklin Co., IL
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Nora Eden
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Donna Cooper
EUBANKS, Lester H. Mar. 1890 June 9, 1890 Inscription: "Aged 3 Mos and 6 Dys" - Research Note: Not sure that the transcription I've reported is correct because the stone is very badly weathered. Photo
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EUBANKS, Matilda Jane (COUNTS) Mar. 8, 1840
AR
Aug. 6, 1929
Barry Co., MO
SSW: William - Research Note: ME Daughter of Nicholas Counts and Sarah Johnson. Her death certificate gives very little information but does name William Eubanks as her husband and state that she was 88 years old and a widow. The death date is given as Aug. 5, 1928 instead of the date that is on her stone - and she was buried Aug. 6, 1928. Lee Wiley, Jenkins, MO, gave the information according to the funeral home record has date of death as Aug. 5, 1928. The cause of death was a cerebral hemorrhage according to the King Funeral Home Records. King Funeral Home
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EUBANKS, Mollie E. (MADDOX) Mar. 10, 1879
Neosho,
Newton Co., MO
Jan. 8, 1917
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate has a death date of Jan. 9, 1918 instead of the death date that is on her stone. John Maddox, born in IL and Martha Pendleton, born in IL were given as her parents. Miss Ethel Eubanks of Cassville, MO, gave the information. She was buried Jan. 10, 1917 in Stubblefield. - James Eubanks, age 27, married Mollie Maddox, age 17, on Oct. 17, 1895 in Barry Co., MO. W. D. Maddox, father of Mollie, gave consent. James is buried at Mineral Springs Cemetery. Son of William Eubanks and Matilda Jane Counts. - Cassville Republican, January 10, 1917 - Mrs. James Eubanks died at 12:25 o'clock Wednesday morning, January 9, at the family home north of Cassville, 1 1/2 mile, following an illness of three weeks of appendicitis and a thermal tumor. As the REPUBLICAN goes to press it is informed that the funeral is to be held Thursday afternoon at Star and interment made in the Stubblefield cemetery between McDowell and Jenkins. - Cassville Republican, January 17, 1917 - Mollie Maddox Eubanks was born at Neosho, March 8, 1879, died at her home near Cassville, January 9, 1918, after an illness of a few weeks of appendicitis and other troubles. She lived as a girl in Newton, Lawrence and Barry Counties, was married to James C. Eubanks at Jenkins in July 1896. To them eleven children were born, eight of whom are living, four sons and four daughters. Two died in infancy and one of the age of two years. The oldest child, Ezra, is a senior of the Cassville High school. The youngest child is a little two year old son. The funeral services were held at the Star School house near McDowell, January 10, conducted by Eld. J. S. McQueen. Interment was made in Stubblefield cemetery in the same locality. Mrs. Eubanks was in the prime of womanhood and her passing away has brought the deepest of grief to her devoted family and friends. She was a member of the Christian Church and an estimable woman. The members for the family have the sympathy of the people of this entire community in their bereavement. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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EUBANKS, William E. July 13, 1827 Apr. 17, 1901 SSW: Matilda - Research Note: Son of James Albert Eubanks and Cynthia Rea. He first married Louisa Neal and second Matilda Jane Counts. Civil War Veteran, Private, Co. C, 1st AR CAV. - William filed for his pension on July 24 1890 and Matilda filed on June 2, 1901. - Cassville Republican, May 18, 1893 - Pension Board Examinations: William Eubanks, Co. C. 1 Ark. Cav., Roark. Online Newspapers
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Franklin Co., IL
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FARE, Alfred F. Abt. 1878 July 1, 1890 Inscription: "Son of H. S. and E. - Aged 12 Yrs. 7 Ms." - Research Note: Son of Henry "Sell" Fare and Martha Elizabeth Gipson. Census
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FARE, Alpha July 29, 1896
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 14, 1914
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that her father was Henry Frank Fare, born in MO, and her mother Mollie Wilson, born in AR. She was age 18. She died from heart failure due to typhoid fever. - Cassville Republican, Sept. 17, 1914 - Willow Brook News: Alpha Fare, oldest daughter of Frank Fare, died Friday morning of typhoid fever. She was a young lady about 20 years old and loved by everybody. Interment was made in the Stubblefield Cemetery, Saturday. Online Obit
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FARE, Amanda Elizabeth (HENSON) Apr. 1, 1852 Nov. 14, 1905 SSW: James Carroll - Research Note: Daughter of Young Henson and Mary Susan Washington. James Carroll Fare married Amanda Henson on Dec. 31, 1868 in Barry Co., MO. Census
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FARE, Elizabeth Martha "Sis" (GIPSON) Feb. 1, 1857 Feb. 5, 1935 SSW: Henry Sell - Research Note: Daughter of John Gipson and Martha Ann Byrd. Henry S. Fare married Elizabeth Gipson on Jan. 1, 1877 in Barry Co., MO. Census
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FARE, Fred Lavanis Mar. 20, 1915
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
July 13, 1973
Minneapolis,
Hennepin Co., MN
Research Note: Son of James Homer Fare and Lola Stockton. Chicago, NW Railroad Employment Records, Columbia, SD, give his parents as James and Lola Fare. Fred Fare, age 22, married Delores Helen Schliebe, age 17, on Oct. 15, 1938 in Columbia, Brown Co., SD. Delores died in 2016, buried in Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, CA. She had been married 4 times. Culver's Funeral Home Records state that he was married and that Catherine Fare was his wife's name. For date of birth it gives 1915. The funeral was at the Shiloh Baptist Church with Rev. Eaton officiating. Photo
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FARE, Henry "Frank" Dec. 2, 1869
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 9, 1956
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mollie - Research Note: His death certificate reads that his name was Henry Frank Fare and that he was a son of William G. and Sarah Jane (Hughes) Fare. It states that his wife's name was Mollie Wilson and that she was deceased. Bill Fare of Verona, MO, gave the information. - Henry F. Fare, age 24, married Mollie Wilson, age 19, on Aug. 27, 1893 in Barry Co., MO. - November 11, 1915, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Willow Branch News: Frank Fare is fixing to build a new house. - January 20, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Willow Brook News: Otto Walker and wife visited at the latter's parents, Frank Fare and wife, Saturday. - Cassville Democrat, August 28, 1920 - Looby Thomas brought a fine load of watermelons to town last week. Frank Fare also brought some. Death Certificate
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FARE, Henry Otto Dec. 15, 1897 Dec. 23, 1898 No Data Photo
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FARE, Henry Selmon "Sell" Dec. 7, 1855
MO
Oct. 31, 1931
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Elizabeth "Sis" - Research Note: His death certificate reads that his wife was Elizabeth Fare. Very little information is given and L. W. Fare was the informant. Funeral Home records read that his death date was Oct. 27, 1931 according to the King Funeral Home Records. Son of Henry Fare and Sarah Ellen Campbell. - Henry S. Fare married Elizabeth Gipson on Jan. 1, 1877 in Barry Co., MO. - July 10, 1890, Cassville Republican - Jenkins City Items: We are sorry to report the drowning of Freddie Fare, son of Selmon Fare. I suppose it was the closest drowning ever known to this city as the closet heretofore was about 2 1/2 miles distant. - January 20, 1910, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Lone Elm News: Mrs. Dora Nelson, nee Fare, of Clovis, New Mex., is visiting her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Sell Fare. - February 15, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Lone Elm News: John D. Long is having a new dwelling built. Sell Fare is doing the work. - March 28, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Lone Elm News: Sell Fare and family, Mrs. Martha Doty and son, Volley, John and Richard Long, John Sullivan and Harvey Henson attended court Monday at Cassville. - October 13, 1917, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - J. M. Stockton of Jenkins, was in this city, Thursday and said Sell Fare had 15 had of hogs killed by lighting Monday night. - Cassville Democrat, Saturday, July 10, 1920 - H. S. Fare will commence operating his thresher rig this week. Some are talking of threshing out of the shock. Look out for the chickens.
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FARE, Infant Nov. 10, 1924 Nov. 10, 1924 Research Note: Baby boy was stillborn. Father listed as James Homer Fare, mother listed as Helen E. McKinley, both born in MO according to the King Funeral Home Records. Note
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FARE, James Carroll Apr. 1, 1848 Nov. 19, 1905 SSW: Amanda - Research Note: Son of Henry Fare born about 1810 TN and Sarah Ellen Campbell. James Carroll Fare married Amanda Henson on Dec. 31, 1868 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Republican, June 22, 1893 - Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fare of Jenkins spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs. Nick Eubanks, north of town. - November 30, 1907, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Jenkins City News: The heirs of the late J. C. Fare have erected a fine monument to him and his wife. Census
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FARE, James Homer 1895 Sept. 12, 1929
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Henry Selmon Fare and Martha Elizabeth Gipson. James H. Fare, age 19, first married Lola B. Stockton, age 17, on Apr. 11, 1914 in Barry Co., MO. H. S. Fare and Sam Stockton parents of above named persons consent to this marriage. Apparently divorced and remarried. Lola Stockton Fare, age 23, married J. H. Fare, age 25, on Aug. 31, 1921 in Mt. Vernon, Lawrence Co., MO. Freemont Franklin Wassenaar married Lola Fare on Dec. 17, 1927. Lola is buried at Calton Cemetery. Second wife was Helen E. McKinley. His death certificate gives very little information. It reads that he was about 35 years old but gives no birth date. Cause of death was given as "general pentanitis rupture". He was married and died in the Springfield Baptist Hospital. Died at age 32 of general peritonitis. Charged to Loyd Fare of Hartshome, OK according to the King Funeral Home Records. - February 1, 1908, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Jenkins News: Miss Anna Fare is visiting her brother, Homer Fare and friends. Miss Fare has been working for the R. C. Stone Milling Co., at Republic. - November 16, 1911, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Homer Fare of the Lone Elm vicinity northeast of Cassville, 12 miles was given a preliminary hearing Saturday before Justice Pattenburg upon a charge of criminal assault. He was bound over under $500 bond. - Cassville Republican, Nov. 21, 1912 - Court Proceedings: State vs. Horner Fare, assault with intent to rape, deft. found guilty and fined $100 and 3 mo. in the county jail. - November 28, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Lone Elm News: John Sullivan, Harvey Henson, Volley Doty, John and Richard Long attended the Homer Fare trial Monday of last week at Cassville. - June 25, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Lone Valley News: Mrs. Homer fare has gone to Joplin to visit her sister, Mrs. James Bruce. - March 18, 1915, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Circuit Court: In parole causes of W. H. Morecamp, two cases, Willie Wamples, Homer Fare, paroles were continued. - Cassville Republican, July 1, 1915 - State vs. Homer Fare, parole. - August 7, 1920, Cassville Democrat - Homer Fare and wife of Monett have been visiting home folks. - Cassville Democrat, Sept. 4, 1920 - Mrs. Homer Fare and children of Monett, have moved in McDowell to make her home with her sister, Mrs. John Thomas. Death Certificate
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FARE, Leona "Billie" 1919 1970 Research Note: Daughter of James Homer Fare and Lola Stockton. Photo
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FARE, "Mollie" Mary Elizabeth (WILSON) Nov. 15, 1873
AR
Jan. 20, 1938
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Henry Frank - Research Note: Wife of H. F. Fare. Daughter of George Wilson and Belle Horner. Mrs. Sada Zinn of Verona, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Henry F. Fare, age 24, married Mollie Wilson, age 19, on Aug. 27, 1893 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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FARE, William No Date Dec. 25, 1925 No Data Photo
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FARE, William Gardner Oct. 1, 1841 Feb. 27, 1921 Inscription: "MISSOURI Sgt. Co L, 1 Regt Ark Cav, Civil War" - Research Note: His death certificate gives very little information. It states that he died from the effects of Bright's Disease. He was born in AR and was 84 years and 11 mo. old. D. C. Fare of Jenkins, MO, gave the information. William G. Fare married Sarah Jane Hughes on Dec. 24, 1865 in Barry Co., MO. William G. Fare, age 61, married Theadosia B. Markey, age 41, on Sept. 17, 1905 in Barry Co., MO. - Son of Henry Fare born about 1810 TN and Sarah Ellen Campbell. - Cassville Republican, March 5, 1921 - Wm. G. Fare, of near Jenkins, died Sunday morning at 12.30 am of infirmities of old age,aged 78 yrs. He left a second wife and six children to mourn his passing, besides a large number of old friends. He was a veteran of the Civil War and a son of the late Henry Fare a prominent citizen of this county during his life. He was a brother to Jack, D.F. and Sell Fare of near Jenkins and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Powers of Monett, and Mrs. Jeff Cawthorn of Mulberry, KS. The remains were interred in Stubblefield Cemetery. - Stone Photo - Nora's Photo
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FARE, Willie G. Aug. 31, 1882 May 22, 1883 Inscription: "Son of W. G. and S. J." - Research Note: Son of William Gardner Fare and Sarah Jane Campbell. Note
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FORD, Ina Lynn Mar. 2, 1889
WI
May 15, 1909
MO
SSW: Leman G. - Inscription: "Daughter" - Research Note: Daughter of Leman Gleason Ford and Arkie Evelyn Sheffield. Census
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FORD, Leman Gleason "Milo" July 22, 1854
WI
Feb. 17, 1909
MO
SSW: Ina L. - Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: Son of Leman Gleason Ford and Anner Austin. His wife was Arkie Evelyn Sheffield, married in Richland Co., WI on May 17, 1885. Census
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GATES, Dora Ellen (LONG) July 8, 1872
Brown Co., IL
Oct. 20, 1939
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate registers her death in Barry Co., MO and gives 1874 as her birth year. The stone has 1872. John Henry Gates was her husband and informant, RR 2, Cassville, MO. Father's given name unknown, surname Long. Mother was Sarah Jenks born IN. Sarah Jenks married Joseph D. Long on Aug. 3, 1848 in Fayette Co., OH. Dora died from injuries sustained in an auto accident. She lived 5 days and died at the Barry Co., Hospital. Photo
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GIPSON, John May 4, 1834 Aug. 28, 1876 Research Note: Researchers say he was the son of Jacob William Gipson and Elizabeth Franklin. John Gipson married Martha Ann Byrd in 1853 in Alabama. International Marriage Index
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HAUGHT, Peter 1816
VA
Nov. 4, 1877
Mountain Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Researchers say he was the son of Joseph and Ann Elizabeth Haught. Peter Haught married Jane Pool on Jan. 30, 1840 in Washington Co., OH. Family
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HAUGHT, Sarah E. (STUBBLEFIELD) Feb. 25, 1853 June 8, 1885
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of Adam Haught and Dau. of J. and M, Stubblefield - Died June 8, 1885 aged 32 Yrs, 3 M's. and 11 Ds." - Research Note: Sarah (Stubblefield) Haught was the daughter of John and Matilda (Hilton) Stubblefield. Adam Haught married Sarah E. Stubblefield on Dec. 31, 1872 in Barry Co., MO. Adam was the son of Peter Haught and Jane Pool. Adam second married Elizabeth Miller and is buried at Mt. Calm Cemetery, Limestone Co., TX. - Another Photo Note
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HILTON, Don W. Oct. 8, 1925
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 23, 1925
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of Lee and Carrie Hilton" - Research Note: His death certificate states his father's name was Lee Hilton and that his mother was Jane Stockton, born in Barry Co., MO. Photo
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HILTON, Grace (FARE) June 19, 1908
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 27, 1927
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate Frank Fare, born in Jenkins, MO, and Mollie Wilson, born Little Rock, AR, were her parents. Her death was caused by an accident, and she was burned from an explosion of coal oil. Her stone reads that she was born in 1908, but her death certificate gives a more exact date of June 19, 1907. Dale Hilton was given as her husband's name. Marvin Hilton of Verona, MO, gave the information. Death Certificate
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HOGAN, Cornelius No Date Dec. 15, 18__? Inscription: "Son of J. __ and ___ Hogan - Died Dec. 15, 18__?" - Research Note: He was probably a son of John R. and Nancy J. Hogan. - Computer Enhanced Negative - Footstone - Another Photo - Another Photo - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
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HOGAN, Infant Jan. 9, 1878 Jan. 9, 1878 SSW: Nancy J. - Inscription: "Infant - Daughter of J. R. and N. J. Hogan" - Research Note: Child of John R. Hogan and Nancy Jane Roark. Note
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HOGAN, Lyona "Ona" (CAMPBELL) Jan. 20, 1826
Franklin Co., VA
June 30, 1912
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of John D. Hogan. Her death certificate lists her parents as Jerry and Polly (Pharis) Campbell, both born in VA. She was a widow, age 86 years, 5 months and 9 days old. Julia Roark of McDowell, MO, gave the information. Wife of John R. Hogan. - July 11, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Mrs. Ona Hogan of this community departed this life June 30th, 1912. She was born in Franklin County, Virginia, Jan. 20th, 1826 being 86 at the time of her death. She was converted at the age of fifteen and lived a consistent Christian life until God seen fit to call her up higher. She was loved by all who knew her. She was a devoted mother. She leaves six children to mourn her departure, but we weep not as those who have no hope for we have hopes of meeting her up yonder when there will be no sorrow, heartaches, sickness, or death. Only one child was present at the funeral, Mrs. Julia Roark. George Hogan in Illinois, John in Okla., Allie Roark and Harriet Nelson in Lawrence County and Mary Jones in Indiana. She made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Julia Roark near McDowell. We extend our greatest of sympathy to the bereaved family. Photo
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HOGAN, Nancy Jane (ROARK) July 25, 1852 July 17, 1878 SSW: Infant - Inscription: "Wife of J. R. Hogan" - Research Note: Daughter of David Martin Roark and Harriet L. Campbell. Jane Roark married John Robert Hogan on Dec. 11, 1876 in Barry Co., MO. John is buried in Monett IOOF Cemetery, died 1929. Census
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HOGAN, Sudie B. Sept. 25, 1886 Dec. 22, 1892 Inscription: "Dau. of J. R. and R. E." - Research Note: Daughter of John Robert Hogan and his second wife Rebecca Ellen Adams. Note
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HOGGETT, Adah Ivora (LEDGERWOOD) Mar. 19, 1867 Nov. 6, 1944
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Joab Sigel - Research Note: Daughter of Isaac Ledgerwood and Louisa McDonald. Married Sigel Joab Hoggett Aug. 26 1890. Children Jim, Fred, Joe, Clay Hoggett Birchie Hoggett Gaydiou and Marie Hoggett Ozbun Redmon. Harry died as small child. Shirley posted Mar 18, 1867 as her birth date, stone reads differently. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 25, 1919 - Willow Branch: Grandma Ledgerwood died Tuesday night Dec. 16th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sig Hoggett, of old age. The bereaved have our sympathy. Note
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HOGGETT, Grace 1905
Barry Co., MO
1905
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Infant daughter of Sigel and Adah (Ledgerwood) Hoggett. Family Bible
Shirley Larkin
HOGGETT, Joab Siegel Mar. 19, 1863
Harpersville, IN
Jan. 23, 1931
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ada Ivora - Research Note: He married Adah Ivora Ledgerwood. They had 8 children. Shirley posted that he was born in 1862, stone reads 1863. She posted his name as Sigel Joab. His death certificate reads that his name was Joab Siegel Hoggett, born March 19, 1864 and died Jan. 23, 1931, which is different from his stone. He died suddenly, presumed heart disease. Joab Hoggett was his given as his father. Sarah Fare was his mother. Fred K. Hoggett of Jenkins, MO, gave the information. - 1910 Census says married twice for Joab and once for Adah. J. Siegel Hoggett married Alice Scott on July 25, 1880 in Jasper Co., MO. J. S. Hoggett married Adah Ledgerwood on Aug. 26, 1890 in Carthage, Jasper Co., MO. - January 8, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Willow Branch News: Jake Zinn and wife recently visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hoggett. - July 2, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Willow Brook News: Jake Zinn and wife visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hoggett, Saturday night and the former's mother of Leann, Sunday. - Cassville Democrat, May 8, 1920 - Willow Branch: Sig Hoggett and family of Star visited his sister, Mrs. Clement Sunday. Note
Shirley Larkin
Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
Online Newspapers
MO Marriage Records
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HORNER, Susan (BOEN) Mar, 9, 1826
TN
Apr. 10, 1913
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of Lewis Boen and Mary Hodge. Died of heart failure and LaGrippe. Listed as a widow and George Wilson listed as informant. Wife of John Turner Horner buried at Horner Cemetery. - A family history was told in 1942 by Professor John Turner Horner, to Eva Horner, his daughter, about Dr. John Turner Horner of Cassville, Missouri: As the story goes John wanted to marry a poor girl but his father, Spencer, wanted him to marry a girl with more wealth, Susannah Boen (maybe Bowen). On one occasion, John had stopped to visit with Susannah Boen. Spencer happened by and took John's horse, insuring a lengthy visit with Susannah. He married (1) Susannah "Susan" Boen 1846 in Johnson County, Arkansas. She was born Mar. 9, 1829 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died Apr. 10, 1913 in Cato, Barry County, Missouri, the daughter of Lewis Boen and Mary Hodge of Ozark, Johnson County, Arkansas. Their marriage was not a happy one. One day, and six children later, he came home and she hit him over the head with a broomstick. He left and never came back. Goodspeed
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JOHNSON, Sarah Malvina (ROARK) (STUBBLEFIELD) Dec. 25, 1859
Clay Co., KY
Jan. 8, 1934
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: First husband was John M. Stubblefield listed on this page. Daughter of David Martin Roark and Harriet L. Campbell. Her death certificate reads that her husband was Jerome Johnson. Martin Roark was named as her father. Mrs. Frank Stubblefield gave the information. Gerri's note: She was married to Jerome Johnson (my gg-grandfather) and I believe she was married to John M. Stubblefield (m. 1875) before marrying Jerome. She was the daughter of David Martin and Harriet (Campbell) Roark (buried in Stubblefield Cemetery). Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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KENDALL, Elizabeth F. (STUBBLEFIELD) Mar. 30, 1853
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 12, 1881
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of Edward and Rachel Stubblefield - Age 27 Y. and 12 Ds." - Research Note: Daughter of Edward Benjamin Stubblefield and Rachel Elizabeth Smith. Elizabeth Stubblefield married Derick Kendall on Sept. 4, 1871 in Barry Co., MO. Note
Allece Falkner
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KING, Caroline (STUBBLEFIELD) Jan. 22, 1819 Mar. 1845 Research Note: Daughter of Edward and Sarah (Robertson) Stubblefield. - A bio of son George R. King in Goodspeed's 1888 History gives the following information: George R. was a son of George W. and Caroline (Stubblefield) King, natives of OH. George W. King was born in 1812 and was a farmer and blacksmith. He and his wife came to MO about 1832, locating in Barry Co. where they both died. Mrs. King in 1845, and Mr. King in 1862. They were the parents of five children, of whom George R. is the fourth. - Stone Photo - Nora's Goodspeed
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LEDGERWOOD, Isaac Newton Feb. 18, 1838
IN
Jan. 1, 1914
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Civil War Veteran - Co. D, 80th IN INF. He filed for his pension on Oct. 19, 1883 and Louisa filed on Jan. 21, 1916 for her widow's pension. Isaac married Louisa McDonald, Jan. 23, 1866. Their children were Samuel Harley, Frankie and Adah Ivora Ledgerwood. His death certificate reads that his father was named James Ledgerwood, born TN, and his mother Harriet Stillwell. He was married and died from the effects of T. B. of the lungs, J. S. Hoggett, of McDowell, MO, gave the information. King Funeral Home Records have that he died on Flat Creek, near Perryville. He was a farmer, first name spelled "Isick" in King Funeral Home Records. Order given by F. K. Hoggett according to the King Funeral Home Records. Note
Shirley Larkin
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CW Pension Records
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LEDGERWOOD, Louisa (MCDONALD) Mar. 26, 1840 Dec. 17, 1920
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was married to Isaac N. Ledgerwood and had 3 children. No monument but buried next to Isaac who has a monument. - Louisa McDonald married Isaac Newton Ledgerwood on Jan. 23, 1866 in Dubois Co. IN. Daughter of Allen McDonald and Manerva Hays. Family
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LINN, Nellie Virginia (STUBBLEFIELD) Jan. 20, 1886
McDowell,
Barry Co., MO
June 11, 1968
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Oliver P. - Research Note: Daughter of William W. Stubblefield and Kate Lamar. O. P. Linn of rural Purdy, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - January 13, 1906, Cassville Democrat - Marriage Licenses: Oliver Linn, Purdy, and Nellie Stubblefield, Roark. Family Bible
James Royce Carney
Death Certificate
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LINN, Oliver Perry Apr. 30, 1884
Barry Co., MO
May 1, 1971
Johnson Co., KS
SSW: Nellie V. - Research Note: William Oliver Perry Linn was the son of Hugh Linn and Sarah Adaline Provence. Oliver Linn, age 21, married Nellie Stubblefield, age 19, on Jan. 7, 1906 in Barry Co., MO. Family Bible
James Royce Carney
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LINN, William Gaylord July 25, 1913
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 17, 1915
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of Olive and Nellie Linn" - Research Note: Son of Oliver P. and Nellie V. (Stubblefield) Linn. His death certificate reads that his father was named O. P. Linn and that his mother was Nellie Stubblefield. It reports his death was from drowning. - Cassville Republican, February 25, 1915 - A four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Linn who lived in McDonald township was drowned in Flat Creek, Wednesday afternoon of last week. At the time when the sad incident occurred Mrs. Linn was at the creek gathering water cress, it is reported. She left the home with the child in the care of other members of the family. During her absence the child went to the creek but at different place than where the mother was located. The child's body was not found until about eight o'clock that night. Burial took place Friday at the Stubblefield Cemetery. - A child about 1 1-2 years old of Oliver Linn's, wandered away from its home and fell into Flat Creek and was drowned Tuesday evening of last week. Mrs. Linn had left her baby with two other children to go and get some water cress, when the little one tried to follow her and had to go about one-half mile before coming to the creek. The tragedy occurred near John Bennett's farm. - Note from James Royce Carney - The child in question in the scrapbook article relating to the drowning of Oliver Linn's son is William Gaylord Linn, born July 25, 1913 and died Feb. 17, 1915. His mother was Nellie Stubblefield Linn, my mothers sister. Gaylord is buried next to his parents in the Stubblefield Cemetery at Jenkins, Mo. Note
James Royce Carney
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LOCK, Zedick K. May 9, 1818 Jan. 30, 1871 No Data Photo
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LONG, Dares Abraham Feb. 29, 1916
Willis, CA
Dec. 14, 1932
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads that his father was John P. Long, born Los Angeles, CA and that his mother was Bessie Ann Fletcher, born Grant City, Worth Co., MO. John P. Long of Jenkins, MO, gave the information. He was killed instantly while chopping down a tree, night hunting with his brother. In the woods hunting, skull crushed. He was single and buried in Stubblefield. Death Certificate
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LONG, Elizabeth Anna "Bessie" (FLETCHALL) Nov. 30, 1885
Grant City,
Worth Co., MO
Feb. 24, 1961
State Hosp.,
Nevada,
Vernon Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of William Alexander Fletchall and Mary Elizabeth Long. Death certificate gives her father as John (incorrect, John was her husband) Fletchall, mother not named. Bessie Fletchall, age 24, born Grant City, Worth Co., MO, daughter of William Alexander Fletchall and Mary Elizabeth Long, married John P. Long, age 23, born in Los Angeles, CA, son of John and Annie (Hupp) Long, on Dec. 24, 1909 in Missoula, Missoula Co., MT. Husband's death certificate gives her as Bessie Fletchall. Wife of John Phillip Long. Verona, MO resident. Hospital records were the informant. Cemetery given was Oak Hill, Cassville, MO. No stone found for her there. - Culver's Funeral Home Records state that her parents were William and Mary Long. She was 75 years old but no birth date was given. Phillip Long of Overland Park, KS, was given as her closest relative. Order was given by Mrs. Jays and Phillip Long. Photo
Jay Trace
Death Certificate
MT Marriage Records
Census
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T and I Enterprises,
Vol. 9, page 85
Donna Cooper
LONG, John Phillip Nov. 14, 1881
Los Angeles, CA
Dec. 21, 1947
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Death Certificate reads that he was found dead in bed. Apparent heart attack. Bessie Fletcher Long was given as his wife's name. John Long was given as his father's name. His mother was Annie Hupp. Mrs. Evaroe Jay of Jenkins, MO was the informant. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
MT Marriage Records
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LONG, Sarah E. (JENKS) Apr. 1831
Fayette Co., OH
Apr. 29, 1915
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Death Certificate reads that she was about 92 years old and was born in OH. Parents not named. Jim Long of McDowell, MO gave the information. She was the widow of Joseph Long. Sarah Jenks married Joseph D. Long on Aug. 3, 1848 in Fayette Co., OH. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
MO Marriage Records
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LONG, William C. Aug. 3, 1844 Apr. 27, 1927
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Josephine (York) (Henry) Long. Mother Sarah Jenks. Father was Joseph D. Long. Very little information on the death certificate. His wife was Josie Long. Fred Long of Cassville, MO was the informant. Josephine died in 1943 and is buried at Greenlawn Memorial Cemetery in Springfield, Greene Co., MO. Death Certificate
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LUNEY, Martha Ann (CORBIN) Aug. 4, 1857
KY
May 13, 1919 SSW: Peter - Research Note: Daughter of Pinkney W. Corbin and Catherine Collins. Martha A. Corbin, age 23, married Peter Luney, age 24, on Sept. 11, 1881 in Adair Co., KY. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, May 1, 1919 - Mrs. Peter Luney is recovering slowly from pneumonia fever. She has been very low, not expected to live for several days. Dr. Horton of Purdy is attending her. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, May 22, 1919 - Mrs. Peter Luney died Tuesday May 13. She had been suffering from an attack of pneumonia fever but seemed to be improving until a few days before her death. She leaves a husband, three sons, and four daughters to mourn her passing away. The sons are Robert and Tom, both living near and Floyd of Colorado. The daughters are Mrs. Georgia Hoggett of Shell Knob, Mrs. Lottie Anderson living near, Mrs. Lona Suttles and Mrs. Emma Castor of Crane. All were at her bedside during her sickness except Floyd. The body was laid to rest in the Stubblefield cemetery. Rev. Melvin Coones conducted the funeral services. Online Newspaper
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LUNEY, Peter Dec. 16, 1856
KY
Aug. 14, 1932 SSW: Martha Ann - Research Note: Son of Josiah Luney and Sarah Campbell. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, June 13, 1918 - Willow Branch: Mrs. Lona Suttles of Leann has been visiting her parents, Pete Luney and wife, the past week. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, Dec. 12, 1918 - Willow Branch: Bertha Luney is staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Luney. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, May 22, 1919 - Shell Knob: Pete Luney is visiting his daughter, Mrs. James Hoggett. Online Newspapers
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MAXWELL, Alvin B. No Date Mar. 14, 1908 Inscription: "Age 3 Mos. and 15 Dys" Photo
Jay Trace
MAXWELL, Infant Sons No Date Nov. 2, 1916 Inscription: "Infant sons of C. E. and Della Maxwell" Photo
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MERCER, Richard Dec. 30, 1844
Cumberland
Co., IL
Oct. 7, 1913
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "ILLINOIS PVT CO F 58 ILL INF CIVIL WAR" - Research Note: His death certificate gives his death date as Oct. 5, 1913 and he was buried on Oct 6. 1913. William Wesley Mercer was given as his father's name. Lydia Penrod was given as his mother's name. He was married and Melvina Mercer gave the information. His first wife may have been Lydia Cahoun. Richard Mercer, age 48, married Melvina M. or Jane (Pennock) Wood, age 27, on Feb. 25, 1892 in IL. - October 16, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - B. J. Irby of near McDowell, while in Cassville, on Wednesday of last week, reported the sudden death of Richard Mercer who was found dead at his home early Tuesday morning of last week. His death was due to heart failure. Mr. Mercer had been living in the vicinity of McDowell only a short time. He is survived by a wife and several children. - Homemade Stone - Computer Enhanced Negative - Another Photo Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
Online Newspapers
IL Marriage Index
Census
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MILLS, Montie (DICKINS) June 5, 1890
AR
Feb. 23, 1914
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Died of uremia, peritonitis, and septicemia. Married at time of death, informant was Addie Mills. Parents were Bill and Leona (Berle) Dickins, both of MO. Death Certificate
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POWERS, Mary Elizabeth (FARE) Jan. 27, 1845
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 26, 1925
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her father was given as Henry Fare, and her mother's maiden name as Campbell (Sarah Elizabeth Campbell). Her husband's name was Simeon Powers and she was a widow. R. B. Powers of Monett, MO, gave the information. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
POWERS, Simeon Abt. 1840
AR
Mar. 16, 1899 Research Note: Researchers say he was the son of John K. Powers and Emily Warfield – Husband of Mary Elizabeth Fare. He was an ordained minister according to online Newspapers. - Cassville Republican, March 16, 1899 - Died, Simeon Powers, of Monett. The burial was in Stubblefield Cemetery. Online Obit
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PRINTZ, Infant Dec. 8, 1917
McDonald Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 8, 1917
McDonald Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: A male child, who lived one hour-case of death listed as "Seven month old baby with a compressed cord-just too feeble." Father listed as Elmer Printz, born in MO. Mother listed as Mary (Ellingsworth) Printz, also of MO. Death certificate
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ROARK, Belvia L. 1885 1892 Research Note: Daughter of George W. Roark and Julia Margaret Pharis. Roark is spelled Rorark on this stone. Note
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ROARK, David "Martin" Jan. 8, 1829
Clay Co., KY
Mar. 2, 1917
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Haret L. - Research Note: Researchers say he was the son of David Roark and Elizabeth Miller. His mother's name was given as Harriet Campbell, born VA, on his death certificate which is incorrect. Harriet was his wife. He was a widower. T. J. Roark of Monett, MO, gave the information. His son's death certificate listed Martin's wife as Harriet Campbell, born in VA. - February 24, 1917, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Martin Roark of near McDowell, was brought to the county farm, Tuesday, not as a charity but a pay patient, in order to give him more comfort in the way of a warmer room. He is 85 years old. - Martin Roark married Clara (Clarissa Matilda Baker) Horner on June 30, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Democrat, March 10, 1917 - Martin Roark died Thursday night, March 1, at the county farm where he had been taken on account of the even temperature and warmness of the building because of his age, last week. He died of infirmities attending old age, age 88 years, 1 month and 22 days. He was born in Clay County, Kentucky, January 8, 1829, where he resided until 1865, when he moved to Barry County and settled on Willow Branch not far from McDowell, where he continued his residence for many years, when he moved to Ozark township, where he lived until he came to the county farm. He had been married twice, his first wife having died, the last living. The children born of his marriage are: Mrs. Samantha Johnson of near McDowell, Mrs. Dona Cooper of Miami, Okla., Samuel Roark of New Mexico, Joel Roark of near McDowell, Thomas Roark of Monett and Columbus Roark of Texas. Mr. Roark was a very quiet and peaceable citizen and by his life had won the confidence and respect of all his acquaintances. He had been a member of the Baptist church for many years. The remains were conveyed by auto to the Stubblefield Cemetery east of McDowell, Friday, where interment was made. Thomas Roark of Monett, came down Thursday and was with his father when the summons for his departure came. - Another Photo Online Obit
Death Certificate
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MO Marriage Records
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ROARK, Edith Maxine Aug. 22, 1937
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 26, 1938
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Our Darling" - Research Note: Daughter of Arthur Roark born Barry Co., MO and Grace Griffin born Webster Co., MO. Arthur Roark of Jenkins, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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ROARK, George Wolford Dec. 30, 1862
KY
Feb. 15, 1899 Research Note: Son of David Martin Roark and Harriet L. Campbell. George W. Roark married Julia M. Pharis on Mar. 3, 1884 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo Census
MO Marriage Records
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ROARK, Grace Alice Jan. 16, 1898 Dec. 30, 1899 Research Note: Roark is spelled Rorark on this stone. Daughter of George Wolford Roark and Julia Margaret Pharis. Note
Donna Cooper
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ROARK, Haret L. (CAMPBELL) Nov. 20, 1828
VA
Nov. 19, 1901 SSW: David Martin - Research Note: Her son, Sol Roark's, death certificate listed her name as Harriet Campbell born in VA and his father as Martin Roark born in KY. Her son, Sol, was buried in Leann Cemetery. Harriet Campbell married Martin Roark on Sept. 11, 1851 in Adair Co., KY. Researchers say she was the daughter of Jeremiah Campbell and Polly Pharis. - Another Photo Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
KY Marriage Index
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ROARK, Ira Thomas Jan. 23, 1894
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 24, 1980 Inscription: "PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR I" - Research Note: Son of Joel Albert Roark and Sarah Alice Garrison. His wife was Thelma E. Terry buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. 1940 census, he is listed as divorced and living with his mother. Their son, Virgil Eugene Roark is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery and his obit names his parents as Ira Thomas Roark and Thelma Terry. WW II Draft Card gives him as a disabled war veteran, with pension, at home. Son's Obit
WW II Draft Card
Census
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ROARK, Joel Albert Apr. 23, 1858 Aug. 30, 1921 SSW: Sarah Alice - Research Note: Son of David Martin Roark and Harriet L. Campbell. Joel A. Roark married Sarah A. Garrison on June 5, 1890 in Barry Co., MO. Father's Obit
MO Marriage Records
Census
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ROARK, Lyona Oct. 17, 1870 Oct. 12, 1871 Inscription: "Daughter of M. and H. Roark" - Research Note: Daughter of David Martin Roark and Harriet L. Campbell. Note
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ROARK, Sarah Alice (GARRISON) Mar. 5, 1871
Douglas Co., MO
Aug. 21, 1940
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Joel Albert - Research Note: Daughter of James Garrison and Ferbie Williams. Willard Roark of Jenkins, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Joel A. Roark married Sarah A. Garrison on June 5, 1890 in Barry Co., MO. Death Certificate
MO Marriage Records
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ROARK, Willard Martin Mar. 21, 1891
Barry Co., MO
June 27, 1956 Inscription: "MO. PVT CO. B. 18 BN US GUARDS WWI" - Research Note: ME Son of Joel Albert Roark and Sarah Alice Garrison. 1940 Census, he is single and living with his mother and brother Ira. Probably never married. His death certificate is on file with the MO Secretary of State's Office., died out of state. Anna Cullers, from Johnson Co., KS, ordered his military stone. Military Headstone App.
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ROBERTS, James M. Nov. 27, 1887 Jan. 14, 1889 Inscription: "Son of W. A. and S. M. Roberts" - Research Note: Stone is broken where the dates are. May read June but looks like Jan. Note
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SHERRELL, Edward June 29, 1867 June 29, 1867 Inscription: "Son. of J. C. and S. M." - Research Note: Son of James C. Sherrell and Sarah Matilda Childers. Note
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SHERRELL, Matilda June 29, 1867 July 30, 1867 Inscription: "Dau. of J. C. and S. M." - Research Note: Daughter of James C. Sherrell and Sarah Matilda Childers. Note
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SHERRELL, Sarah Matilda (CHILDERS) Oct. 30, 1825
TN
June 29, 1867
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of James C. Aged 41 ys. 6 ms. 23 ds." - Research Note: Sarah Matilda Childers married James C. Sherrell (alternate spelling, Sherill) Sept. 1, 1848 in McMinn Co., TN. Her mother was Keziah Childers, maiden not known to me. My research shows that James Sherrill was the son of Eli Sherrill (1794-Jul. 17, 1877) and Nancy McPherson (exact dates not known to me). John W. A. Sherrill, the first child of James and Sarah Sherrill, was born in 1849 in McMinn Co., TN. He married Elizabeth C. Rickman Nov. 17, 1869 in Lawrence Co., MO. His siblings: Laura Ann (Jan. 22, 1856-Apr. 13, 1928, married Lewis Scott Apr. 2, 1871 in Barry Co., MO and is buried in Osa Cemetery; Nancy (1858, married Joseph B. Scott Sep 1, 1872 in Barry Co., MO); Emma (1860); James B. (1862), and Nathan (1864) were all born in Illinois. The family apparently came to Missouri ca. 1865. After Sarah Matilda died, apparently as a complication of childbirth, James Sherrill married Mrs. Harriet Stubblefield May 1, 1868 in Barry Co., MO Photo
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US Federal
Census Records
Marriage Records
McMinn Co., TN
1820-1870, by Reba
Bayless Boyer
Jim L. Wilson
SMITH, Lueresa (STORER) Oct. 12, 1805
Weld, ME
Sept. 4, 1853 Inscription: "Aged 49 years old" - Research Note: North American Family Histories - Daughter of Lucretia Newman and Isaac Storer. She married Thomas Smith, who was from NH. Had children, Rachel who married a Stubblefield and lived in Cassville, MO; Elizabeth who married a Woods, who was killed in the Civil War and had a son James Carrol Woods born about 1861; Hiram; Isaac; Mary; and one unnamed daughter who lived in KS. NA Family Histories
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SMITH, Thomas Abt. 1794 Sept. 2, 1855 Inscription: "Aged 61 Years" - Research Note: His wife was Lueresa Storer. Note
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SOLOMON, Andrew J. Abt. 1850
TN
Mar. 20, 1886 Inscription: "Aged 36 years, US. Army" - Research Note: Living with John and Nancy Solomon in the 1860 census, Barry Co., MO, age 10. Really don't think these are his parents, census doesn't read that way. Census
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SOLOMON, Infant Nov. 17, 1868 Nov. 17, 1868 Inscription: "Infant son of G. W. and M. G. Solomon, Born and Died Nov. 17, 1868" - Another Photo Photo
Jay Trace
SOLOMON, Infant Dau. Sept. 13, 1867 Sept. 13, 1867 Inscription: "Infant Dau. of G. W. and M. G. Solomon" Photo
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SOLOMON, Margaret Abt. 1844 Apr. 18, 1887 Inscription: "Age 43 Yrs, 11 Mo's., 12 Days, Wife of George Solomon" - Research Note: Wife of George W. Solomon, brother to Andrew J. Soloman. George second married Mary Jane (Ellis) Greenway on June 14, 1888 in Barry Co., MO and they are buried at Clay Hill Cemetery. Census
MO Marriage Records
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STOCKTON, Infant No Date Nov. 1901 Research Note: Cassville Republican, Nov. 28, 1901 - Jenkins News: F. A. Stockton's infant babe was interred in the Stubblefield cemetery last Saturday. Online Newspapers
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STUBBLEFIELD, Charles R. Mar. 30, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 13, 1915
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James M. - Research Note: Son of Edward Francis Stubblefield, born Barry Co., MO, and Nancy H. Lock, born Barry Co., MO. He was listed as a miner by occupation. He was single. Mrs. Nancy Ruddick (mother) of Lean, MO was the informant. Nancy second married Stephen S. Ruddick. - March 25, 1915, Thursday, Cassville Republican - In memory of our neighbor and friend, Charles R. Stubblefield, of Leann, Mo., who was called to answer the summons from the one who doeth all things well. Charles was a Barry County boy, born on Flat Creek, March 30th, 1886 and died March 13, 1915, aged 28 years, 11 months and 13 days. Charles R. Stubblefield was a son of Edward and Nancy Stubblefield, who was a bright and prosperous young man, loved by all who knew him. Charles after reaching manhood, launched out for himself, finding employment in the mining districts. He was soon found to be a fit type of humanity for a higher position which placed him as a superintendent over the ore digger in the Joplin district. He was highly respected by men. He as many others have done, stayed too long, which resulted in the dreadful disease of miner's consumption. Charles left an evergreen of evidence as consultation to his death brothers and sisters and his dear old mother, Mrs. Ruddick, as to where he had wisely chosen his long resting place. Precious was our dear son, who has left us. Let us yes to forever more. But we hope to meet our loved one. On that bright and happy shore. Lonesome are the days, sad are the hours, since our dear one has gone. But oh, a brighter place than ours, in Heaven is now his own. With deepest regret, the writer and others, do hereby extend our sympathy to the Ruddick family in their sad hours of bereavement. - Stone Photo, Nora's Death Certificate
Online Newspapers
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STUBBLEFIELD, Earl R. Sept. 12, 1908
OK
Aug. 22, 1912
McDowell,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of John Oliver Stubblefield and Effie L. Lindley. His death certificate reads that his father was John Stubblefield, born in Jenkins, MO, and that he died from heart failure caused from Malaria Fever. John Stubblefield of McDowell, MO, gave the information. Date of death not given, but funeral was held Aug. 23, 1912. Bill was charged to John Stubblefield. - September 5, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - McDowell News: John Stubblefield's little child died Friday night and was buried at the Stubblefield Cemetery. Death Certificate
Online Newspapers
Donna Cooper
Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Edward Mar. 13, 1787
VA
Feb. 17, 1844
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Husband of Sarah (Robertson) Stubblefield. Father of the following buried in same cemetery. Caroline (Stubblefield) King, John, Robert M. and Edward Stubblefield. Researchers say he was the son of Mary Lightfoot Munford and Edward Stubblefield. - Stone Photo - Nora's Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Edward Benjamin Nov. 16, 1820
VA
Feb. 24, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Enlisted in the 1st Ark Cav Aug. 15, 1862 - Discharged Aug. 23, 1865" - Research Note: Son of Edward and Sarah (Robertson) Stubblefield. His wife was Rachel Elizabeth Smith. - Edward Stubblefield married Rachel Smith on Mar. 11, 1847 in Barry Co., MO. - Stone Photo - Nora's Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Edward Francis Aug. 13, 1849
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 20, 1887
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Since thou canst no longer stay to cheer me with thy love. I hope to meet with you again in yon bright world above." - Research Note: Inscription by: A. E. Davis, Mt. Vernon. Stone has a Masonic Emblem. Edward F. Stubblefield married Nancy H. Lock on May 15, 1872 in Barry Co., MO. Stone is off its base and on the ground. Son of John Stubblefield and Matilda Hilton. His wife was Nancy H. Lock who second married Stephen S. Ruddick and is buried at Crane Community Cemetery, Crane, Stone Co., MO. - Stone Photo - Nora's Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Edward Thomas Nov. 5, 1850
Barry Co., MO
May 21, 1871
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of Edward and Rachel Stubblefield" - Research Note: Son of Edward Benjamin Stubblefield and Rachel Elizabeth Smith. - Another Photo Allece Falkner
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STUBBLEFIELD, Enos S. Abt. 1879 July 2, 1881 Inscription: " Son of E. W. and L. E. - Aged 21 Months" - Research Note: Son of Enos W. Stubblefield and Lucy Ellen Hickson. Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Enos W. Aug. 14, 1851 Feb. 21, 1900 Inscription: "Aged 48 years" Research Note: Son of John Stubblefield and Matilda Hilton. Enos Stubblefield married Lucy Ellen Hickson on May 18, 1873 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Republican, Mar. 2, 1900 - Died at his home near Roark, February 21, Enos Stubblefield, age 48 years, one of Barry County's best citizens, a good neighbor, husband, and father, loved by all who knew him. Death stops not at windows, tears, or the pitiful moans of orphans. He knows no differences of place or blood, or wealth. His body surround by loving friends and relatives, was gently laid to rest in the Stubblefield Cemetery to rise again to meet the Judge of all. He leaves a wife and ten children, an aged mother, two brothers, and a sister to mourn his loss. To them we extend our sympathy. Services by Mrs. M. A. Hutchens. - Stone Photo - Nora's Photo
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STUBBLEFIELD, James M. Mar. 18, 1884 Oct. 30, 1914 SSW: Charles R. - Research Note: Son of Edward Francis Stubblefield and Nancy H. Lock. - April 16, 1891, Cassville Republican - Jenkins City News: J. M. Stubblefield carried a lame arm recently, caused by a horse bite. - Cassville Republican, November 5, 1914 - McDowell News: The body of Jim Stubblefield, a son of the late Edward Stubblefield, was buried by the side of his father and sister Saturday in the Stubblefield Cemetery amidst a number of relatives and friends. To the bereaved family and mother we extend our deepest sympathy. - Cassville Republican, November 12, 1914 - Death of J. M. Stubblefield: After an illness of two years from tuberculosis, J. M. Stubblefield, died Friday, Oct. 30, 1914, at the home of his sister, Mrs. C.C. Ellis, just south of town. Deceased was 30 years of age and had always been of sound health till a few years ago when he began work in the zinc mines in the Joplin field, where he, as did his brother, contracted tuberculosis. He bore his affliction unflinchingly and made a brave fight for his life. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. John Thomas, Saturday, after which the remains were laid to rest in the family plot in the Stubblefield Cemetery on flat Creek. The dead man leaves, besides his mother, two brothers and three sisters. They are J. W. Stubblefield, Crane; Charles Stubblefield, Leann; Mrs. C. C. Ellis, Crane; Mrs. Anna Erwin, Springfield and Mrs. Wilma Galvin, Joplin. - Stone Photo - Nora's Photo
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STUBBLEFIELD, John Jan. 1, 1829
OH
Aug. 2, 1879
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: Enlisted in Co. I. 1 Reg. Cav. Ark., Vol. Aug. 15, 1862. Discharged Aug. 23, 1862 from US Service - Husband of Matilda" - Research Note: Son of Edward and Sarah (Robertson) Stubblefield. - John Stubblefield married Matilda Hilton on May 23, 1848 in Barry Co. MO. - Stone Photo - Nora's Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, John M. Dec. 20, 1855
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 12, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Edward Benjamin Stubblefield and Rachel Elizabeth Smith. John M. Stubblefield married Samantha Melvina Roark on Aug. 22, 1875 in Barry Co., MO. Allece Falkner
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STUBBLEFIELD, Joseph M. 1939 1995 Research Note: Son of Earl E. Stubblefield and Ruth Marbut. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Leander Abt. 1894 June 9, 1896 Research Note: Son of Enos W. Stubblefield and Lucy Ellen Hickson. - Cassville Republican, June 18, 1896 - Died, June 9, 1896, Leander, son of Enos and Lucy Stubblefield, age 2 years. The remains were laid to rest the 10th in the Stubblefield Cemetery. The friends have our heartfelt sympathy. Online Obit
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STUBBLEFIELD, Louisa Catherine "Kate" (LAMAR) (OZBUN) Apr. 16, 1866
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
Sept. 24, 1942
Anderson,
McDonald Co., MO
SSW: William W. - Research Note: Name given on the 1900 Census was Louisa C. - Daughter Nellie Virgina's death certificate gives Kate's maiden name as Lamar. She second married Elisha James Ozbun buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery. Death certificate listed under Louisa Catherine Osburn. Wife of E. J. Osburn/Ozbun. Daughter of Benjamin Lamar born AL and Sarah Morris born AR. Mrs. D?. C. Carney was the informant. - Stone Photo - Nora's Death Certificates
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STUBBLEFIELD, Lucy Ellen (HICKSON) Sept. 20, 1855
MO
Jan. 13, 1925 Research Note: The bill was charged to Clay Stubblefield. Her father was listed as Tom Hickson, born in MO. Enos Stubblefield married Lucy Ellen Hickson on May 18, 1873 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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STUBBLEFIELD, Luicindia Aug. 1, 1876 Sept. 4, 1877 Inscription: "Daughter of John M. and S. M." - Research Note: Daughter of John M. Stubblefield and Samantha Melvina Roark. Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Matilda (HILTON) (HEMPHILL) May 24, 1831
VA
Mar. 15, 1916
Aurora
Lawrence Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of John Stubblefield" - Research Note: John Stubblefield married Matilda Hilton on May 23, 1848 in Barry Co. MO. Died of pneumonia according to the King Funeral Home Records. Matilda filed for John's Civil War Pension on Aug. 20, 1888. - Daughter of Enos Hilton born SC and Susanna Burk born VA. Effie Westfall of Aurora, MO was the informant on the death certificate. DC filed under Hemphill. - William P. Hemphill second married Matilda (Hilton) Stubblefield on Dec. 12, 1889 in Cassville, Barry Co., MO. William is buried at Osa Cemetery. Allece Falkner
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STUBBLEFIELD, Myrtle W. (WILSON) Jan. 5, 1884
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 29, 1964
Galena, KS
SSW: Thomas E. - Research Note: Culver's Funeral Home Records confirm Myrtle's data. Her father was William Jess Wilson and her mother was given as Mary Eleanor Horner. Her address was given as Galena, KS and she died at home. Thomas Edward Stubblefield was her husband's name and she was a widow. - Thomas E. Stubblefield, age 23, married Myrtle Wilson, age 18, on July 17, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. Allece Falkner
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STUBBLEFIELD, Rachel Elizabeth (SMITH) Aug. 8, 1830 Feb. 4, 1897 Inscription: "Wife of Edward" - Research Note: No death date on stone. Edward Benjamin Stubblefield married Rachel Smith on Mar. 11, 1847 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Thomas Smith and Lueresa Storer, listed on this page. - North American Family Histories - Lueresa Storer married Thomas Smith, who was from NH. Had children, Rachel who married a Stubblefield and lived in Cassville, MO. - Researchers say she died Feb. 4, 1897. - April 16, 1891, Cassville Republican - Roark News: Mrs. Sarah Canady and Mother Rachel Stubblefield took their departure for California the 4th, where they will make their future home. Goodspeed Marriages
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STUBBLEFIELD, Robert Munford Mar. 23, 1815
VA
Aug. 20, 1862
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Aged 47 years, 1 mo, 27 days." - Research Note: Son of Edward and Sarah (Robertson) Stubblefield. Robert Stubblefield married Harriet Houghman on June 6, 1847 in Fayette Co., OH. Stone is broken and part of it is missing. - Stone Photo - Nora's Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Sarah (ROBERTSON) Mar. 4, 1793
Halifax Co., VA
Feb. 27, 1847
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of Edward Stubblefield. Researchers say she was the daughter of Josiah Robertson and Caroline Nichols. She was the mother of Caroline (Stubblefield) King, John, Robert M. and Edward Stubblefield. First transcription had Feb. 22, 1847 as the death date, stone reads 27. Another post on this page has Sarah's maiden name as Robertson. Sarah Robertson married Edward Stubblefield on Feb. 15, 1811 in Halifax Co., VA. - Stone Photo - Nora's Allece Falkner
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STUBBLEFIELD, Sarah E. Aug. 24, 1875 Feb. 7, 1876 Inscription: "Dau. of E. F. and N. H." - Research Note: Daughter of Edward Francis Stubblefield and Nancy H. Lock. Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Thomas E. 1879 1939 SSW: Myrtle W. - Research Note: Son of John M. Stubblefield and Samantha Melvina Roark. Thomas E. Stubblefield, age 23, married Myrtle Wilson, age 18, on July 17, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. - Joplin Globe, Oct. 26, 1939 - Stubblefield Rites Today - Cassville, MO: Funeral services for Thomas E. Stubblefield, 60 year old Barry Co. farmer living near Cato, who was killed beneath the wheels of a wagon yesterday, will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home. The Rev. O. M. Ennes of Cassville will officiate. Burial will be in the family cemetery. Allece Falkner
MO Marriage Records
Joplin Globe
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STUBBLEFIELD, Thomas Ray June 13, 1919
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 23, 1993
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "M SGT US AIR FORCE KOREA VIETNAM" - Research Note: Obituary ran in Monett Times on Jan. 25, 1993 (page 2). Funeral was on Jan. 26, 1993 (Buchanan Funeral Home). Brandon posted born in 1909 - stone reads 1919. Son of Thomas Edward Stubblefield and Myrtle Wilson. Thomas Ray Stubblefield married Ouida Frances Wilson on July 3, 1950 in Maricopa Co. AZ. Divorced. - Ouida's Obit - Ouida F. Stubblefield, 71, of Monett, died at 12:50 p.m. yesterday, June 9, 2003 at her home. Mrs. Stubblefield was born March 1, 1932, in Nocona, Texas, the daughter of W. D. and Ollie (Evans) Wilson. She was a certified medical technician at Monett Health Care Center before retiring, and a member of the First Baptist Church in Monett. Survivors include two sons; one daughter; two sisters, Marie Porter of the state of New Mexico and Kathy Jones of the state of South Carolina; 19 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Timothy. The body has been cremated under the direction of Buchanan Funeral Home of Monett and no services are planned. Obituary
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STUBBLEFIELD, Timothy Matthew Mar. 21, 1984 Apr. 15, 2018
Bastrop, TX
Research Note: He was a construction worker, member of the Army National Guard and a member of the Freewill Baptist Church in Bastrop. Son of Thomas Stubblefield and Denise Hebert. Grandson of Thomas Ray Stubblefield. Private graveside services for Timothy were held on Monday April 23, 2018 at the Stubblefield family Cemetery. Bennett-Wormington
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STUBBLEFIELD, William Wyatt Dec. 12, 1858 Mar. 26, 1922 SSW: Kate - Research Note: Son of Edward Benjamin Stubblefield and Rachel Elizabeth Smith. His wife was Louisa Catherine "Kate" Lamar, married in 1883 in MO. - Stone Photo - Nora's Census
International Marriage Index
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TURNER, George Washington 1847 Mar. 26, 1914 Research Note: A widow and farmer, died of Bright's Disease. Stone doesn't have middle name according to the King Funeral Home Records. Wife was Elsie Turner. His son, George Washington Turner, Jr. married Grace Elizabeth Stubblefield, daughter of William W. Stubblefield and Louise "Kate" Lamar. Census
Jr.'s SS Claims Index
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WILEY, Infant No Date Feb. 26, 1903 Inscription: "Infant of Fred and Effie E." - Research Note: Child of Fred Wiley and Effie Eubanks. Fred Wiley, age 22, married Effie Eubanks, age 18, on Sept. 28, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. Effie was the daughter of William E. Eubanks and Matilda Jane Counts. MO Marriage Records
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WILLS, Marjorie No Date Feb. 23, 1914 Research Note: "Mrs." Wills died at age 23 years of perperal peritonitis and oremic poisoning. King Funeral Home Record states she died "on Jim Berry's farm." King Funeral Home
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WILSON, Mary Eleanor (HORNER) May 10, 1850
AR
Apr. 6, 1936
Barry Co., MO
SSW: William Jessie - Research Note: Daughter of James T. Horner born TN and Susan Boen born TN. Myrtle Garris of Cato, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Named in a bio of her father Dr. John T. Horner in Goodspeed's 1888 History. Her mother was Susan Boen. Death Certificate
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WILSON, Opal W. Oct. 11, 1911
Stone Co., MO
Feb. 17, 1914
Stone Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of C. F. and L. Wilson - Our Darling At Rest" - Research Note: Daughter of Charles Wilson and Lona Luney. Balen Wilson of Cape Fair, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Top of Stone Death Certificate
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WILSON, William Jessie Dec. 21, 1845
Madison Co., AR
Nov. 26, 1928
Lawrence Co., MO
SSW: Mary E. - Inscription: "PVT CO A 2ND ARK. INF." - Research Note: His death certificate records his birth date as Dec 20, 1854. His age was given as 83 years, 11 months and 6 days. He was a son of Robert Wilson, born in TN and Telitha Horton, born in AR. Mrs. Perriman of Aurora, MO, gave the information. According to his age and his death date, he should have been born in 1839. Had he been born in 1854 as this document reads he wouldn't have been old enough to have served in the Civil War. Had he been born in 1845 as his stone reads he wouldn't have been the age his death certificate reads that he was when he died. Funeral Home records listed cause of death as "old age?" Those records read Dec. 21, 1845 as his birth date according to the King Funeral Home Records. Death Certificate
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WOODS, James M. Mar. 17, 1832 Feb. 6, 1863 Research Note: Son of Elihu Woods and Mary "Polly" McKinney. James M. Woods married Elizabeth Smith on Jan. 20, 1861 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Lueresa Storer and Thomas Smith. - See Lueresa Smith for details. - North American Family Histories - Elizabeth married a Woods, who was killed in the Civil War and had a son James Carrol Woods born about 1861. - Another Photo NA Family Histories
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