New Madrid County
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Lewis B. Bertholomey

Transcribed & Submitted by: Norma Ortiz
Lewis B Bertholomey, born July 9, 1877, in New Madrid Co.; died Saturday, July 8, 1961 at age 84. He is survived by his wife Anna Bertholomey; one son, Abe and 2 grandchildren. Interment in the Mounds Park Cemetery, near New Madrid.

Minnie B. Bertholomey

Transcribed & Submitted by: Norma Ortiz
Minnie B (Christopher) Bertholomey, born October 13, 1879, died May 15,1943 at Marked Tree, Arkansas. She was married, to Lewis B Bertholomey, on July 6, 1902. She is survived by her husband and one son Abe, four brothers; John W Christopher, Joe Christopher, Ivo Christopher, Robert W Christopher and one sister; Mrs Betty Swilley. The funeral was at Lilbourn, Pallbearers were Phillip Glueck, Norton Pickett, Jim Newton, Arvid Crristopher and Joseph Christopher. Interment in the Mounds Park Cemetery.

Napoleon Boniparte Bertholomey

Transcribed & Submitted by: Norma Ortiz
Napoleon Boniparte Bertholomey, age 82; born in 1835, died January 28, 1917?. He died at the home of son, Lewis Burlington Bertholomey, The body was accompanied by Wm and Luther Gilbow, Ben and Robert Wrather and Chris Glueck to the New Hope Cemetery in New Madrid Co..

Elenda Victoria (Arbuckle) Gilbow

Transcribed & Submitted by: Norma Ortiz
Elenda Victoria {Arbuckle}Gilbow, born October 27, 1859, St Marys, Missouri. died May 15 1938. She was the daughter of, John Wesley Arbuckle and Mary {Smith} Arbuckle. She leaves behind husband; William Nealy Gilbow, daughters; Mrs C Glueck of Morehouse, Mrs E L Arbuckle of Caruthersville, Mrs Wm M Worth of Risco; Son Lilbourn Asbury Gilbow of Risco; and Sister: Mrs J D Adams. Pallbearers are Elvin Arbuckle, Mitchell Arbuckle, Corliss Arbuckle, Virgil Glueck, Buster Adams, Arthur Randolph
Burial in the Arbuckle Cemetery,near Portageville

William Nealy Gilbow

Transcribed & Submitted by: Norma Ortiz
William Nealy Gilbow; born January 20, 1862, in Conran, died September 10, 1941. Son of Wm and Jennette {Bertholomey} Gilbow, he married Elenda Victoria Arbuckle {deceased}. He had one brother, Luther Gilbow, buried in the Arbuckle Cemetery

Margaret (Mosely) Goodrich

Transcribed & Submitted by: B. J. Osborne
Margaret Mosley born 30 July 1914 in Portageville, MO. married Hurtle E. Goodrich 16 Feb. 1931 in Portageville, MO. and she died in Phoenix, AZ. 27 Aug. 2000.
Hurtle E. Goodrich...died 29 July 1989 in Indiana. Hurtle E. Goodrich is the grandson of S.W.Goodrich listed in the Grand Lodge #166 of Mason's.
Margaret Mosley is the daughter of Tat Mosley and Ada Starr. Ada Starr died in 1918 and Tat died cir. 1939-41 [?] Both are buried in New Madrid or Portageville.
Margaret Mosley had a brother, Raymond Mosley. He was born in Portageville in 1912 and died in Flint, Mich. in 1994. A sister Stella Mosley married James Higgins. She was born in Portageville in 1910 and died in Ill. about 1992. Another sister has "disappeared". Last heard from about 1950[?] Her name is Madolia Mosley. Married name unknown.

Alice Morefeild

Transcribed & Submitted by: Norma Ortiz
Alice {Dement} Morefield; born August 12, 1866. at Campbell, died February 10,1940, in New Madrid Co. She married Asbury Morefield in Obion co, Tn in 1885. She was the daughter of James and Martha A. {Morefield} Dement. He is survived, her husband, Edith Gilbow of Risco, Ed Knight of Hayti. Ruth Folks of Portageville. W N Hawkins of Portageville, Six grandsons as pallbearers. Hal and Dalton Folks, A J Knight, -J C and Walter Young and Billy Hawkins. She is buried at Portageville, New Madrid Co.

Ada (Starr) Mosley

Transcribed & Submitted by: B. J. Osborne
Ada [Starr] Mosley died in Portageville in 1918. She was the wife of Talpha Mosley and mother of four children: Stella b.1910, Raymond b.1912, Margaret b.1914 and Madolia b.1917. All born in Portageville, MO.

Mae (Lee) Terry

Transcribed & Submitted by: Cheryl Long
As listed in the Cape Girardeau Southeast Missourian: Sat. evening, 2/9/1929
Funeral services for Mrs. Robert Terry of New Madrid, who died in a hospital here Friday from burns sustained January 29, when she poured kerosene on burning coals in a stove at her home, will be held here Sunday. Interment will be in a cemetery here.
Mrs. Terry was seeking to revive the fire by pouring the kerosene on it when her clothing became ignited.

Ruby J. Thomann

Transcribed & Submitted by: Peggy Link
Ruby J. Thomann, 64, of 14264 James St., Holland, MI., died Saturday, Nov. 7, 1987 in Holland Community Hospital, Holland, MI. after an extended illness.
Mrs. Thomann was born in Parma Mo. but moved to the Holland area in 1941. She formerly worked for Dutch Boy Bakery. She was a member of the Church of God. She was preceded in death by her parents William and Emma Matthews from Parma, Missouri and a son, Randel, in 1941.
Surviving are her husband, Raymond a son, Daniel of Holland three daughters, Mrs. Gene (Melba) Schrotenboer, Mrs. Gerald (Bonnie) Skaggs and Mrs. Robert (Peggy) Van Eyk, all of Holland 10 grandchildren three step-grandchildren one great grandchild her mother-in-law Mrs. Oma Tippett of Holland two sisters-in-law Mrs. Jess (Avis) Matthews and Mrs. Clifford (Clarene) Matthews, both of Missouri and nieces, nephews and cousins.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Dykstra Northwood Chapel, 295 Douglas Ave., with Pastor R.D. McKinney o!fficiating.
Burial will be in Pearl Cemetery. Visitation is 7 to 9 this evening at the Northwood Chapel.

Wm. F. Worth

Transcribed & Submitted by: Norma Ortiz
William F. Worth, born October 30, 1890. son of Franklin and Maggie (Richardson) Worth, died December 13, 1980. He married Minnie Gilbow onDecember 23, 1917. He left Margaret Williams, Martha Cook, Nevel Orander, Bernice Welch, Donna Adams, and one brother, Dewey Worth. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery in Malden


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