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Concord Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
ANDERSON, Zelphlia Jane (GUFFEY) Sept. 8, 1867
MO
Apr. 2, 1934
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate gives her name as Zelphlia Jane, and John Anderson as her deceased husband. Her father was Joshaway Guffey, born Indiana, and her mother Martha Coles, born Indiana. Her death date is given as April 10, 1936 and not Apr. 2, 1934 as the stone reads. Cancer of the breasts was the cause of death. E. P. Taylor, Exeter, MO, was the informant. A matching homemade marker next to this one is for Helen Taylor. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, Edgar Sept. 14, 1875 Jan. 9, 1877 Inscription: "Son of S. E. and O. Antle" Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, George A. Callwell Oct. 6, 1847
Russell Co., KY
July 30, 1910
State Hosp. # 3,
Washington Twp.,
Vernon Co., MO
Research Note: He was married to Sarah Baker in Barry Co., Missouri. Son of Jacob Fox Antle and Sarah Stepp. - Another Photo - Census Notes Photo
Cheryl
Notes
Donna Cooper
Census
Stan McKay
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, Grace Aug. 2, 1902 Feb. 21, 1906 SSW: Mildred - Inscription: "Children of O. G. and Lydia Antle" - Stan's Research Note: Grace was probably a child of Oliver G. and Lydia (Montgomery) Antle that are buried in Maplewood Cemetery. Headstone
Cheryl
Census Records
Stan McKay
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, Infant Nov. 3, 1900 Nov. 3, 1900 Inscription: "Infant Son of D. and S. E. - A." - Research Note: Son of Dallas Antle and Susan Elizabeth Ferguson. Buried at Maplewood Cemetery. Dallas was the son of Jacob Fox Antle and Sarah Stepp. Note
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTEL, Infant Dec. 5, 1894 Dec. 21, 1894 Inscription: "Inf. Dau. of D. and S. E. - A." - Research Note: Son of Dallas Antle and Susan Elizabeth Ferguson. Buried at Maplewood Cemetery. Dallas was the son of Jacob Fox Antle and Sarah Stepp. Note
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ANTLE, Infant June 26, 1887 July 1, 1887 Inscription: "Inf. Son of D. and S. E. - A." - Research Note: Son of Dallas Antle and Susan Elizabeth Ferguson. Buried at Maplewood Cemetery. Dallas was the son of Jacob Fox Antle and Sarah Stepp. Note
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, J. H. Abt. 1854 Oct. 30, 1875 Inscription: "Aged: 20 yrs, 3 mos, 17 days" - Research Note: Stan's Note: J. H. is probably James H. a son of Jacob and Sarah Stepp and born about 1854 in MO. - Back of Stone Headstone
Cheryl
Census Records
Stan McKay
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, Jacob Fox Mar. 5, 1813
Adair Co., KY
Oct. 22, 1895
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Father - Jacob, Husband of S. Antle 82 yrs, 7 mos, 17 days" - Research Note: Cheryl posted 3 months - stone reads 7 months. Stan's Note: Jacob was a son of Henry and Polly (Simmons) Antle. He married Sarah Stapp or Stepp about 1836 in KY. About 1851 he moved to the Saint Joseph area of MO where his oldest brother Everhart was. In 1855 he moved to Barry Co. joining his sister Elmira (Antle) Hadley and her husband Henry. Another sister Sarah (Antle) Grant and her husband James also came to Barry Co. about this time. - Cassville Republican, Jan. 11, 1894 - Mr. Cull Antle of Exeter has handed us the following memorandum of his parents, probably the oldest couple in the county. Jacob Antle was born in Adair Co., KY, March 5, 1813. In 1855, he married Mrs. Antle, who was born in Russell Co., KY, April 12, 1816. Mr. Antle came to Barry from Buchanan Co., MO, in 1854. Of their twelve children, all are living but one; grandchildren, fifty living and eleven dead; great grandchildren, ten living and two dead. Online Obit
Headstone
Cheryl
Census Records,
Adair Co., KY
court record,
Goodspeed's
History of
Barry County
pg 151,
Barry County Genweb
Stan McKay
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, Margaret Jane (PRICE) Nov. 10, 1841
Cleveland, TN
Oct. 22, 1925
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sidney - Research Note: She was widowed and the daughter of Charles Price, born TN, and Katie Samples, born TN. O. G. Antle of Exeter, MO, was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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Cheryl
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, Mildred Aug. 25, 1904 Feb. 28, 1906 SSW: Grace - Inscription: "Children of O. G. and Lydia Antle" - Research Note: Stan's Note: Mildred was probably a child of Oliver G. and Lydia (Montgomery) Antle that are buried in Maplewood Cemetery. Headstone
Cheryl
Census Records
Stan McKay
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
ANTLE, Ruth Mar. 24, 1908 June 16, 1909 Inscription: "Infant of O. G. and Lydia Antle - Age 10 M. & 22 D." - Research Note: Daughter of Oliver G. Antle and Lydia Montgomery. Note
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Jack Fly
ANTLE, Sarah Nancy (BAKER) Apr. 18, 1866 Oct. 31, 1922 Research Note: Sarah Baker, age 37, married George C. Antle, age 50, on Apr. 17, 1898 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of John James and Elizabeth Baker. - 1900 Census, Liberty, Barry, Missouri - John J. Baker, head, born Apr. 1832 TN, age 68, widowed, parents born GA, farmer; George A. C. Antle, son-in-law, born Sept. 1848 KY, age 51, married 2 years, parents born KY; Sarah M. Antle, daughter, born Apr. 1862 TN, age 38, parents born TN; Uda Antle, granddaughter, born Aug. 1899 MO, age 9 months, father born KY, mother TN. MO Marriage Records
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ANTLE, Sarah (STEPP) Apr. 12, 1816
Russell Co., KY
May 30, 1896
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Mother Sarah, Wife of Jacob Antle - Aged 80 yrs, 1 mos, 18 days" - Research Note: Cassville Republican, Jan. 11, 1894 - An Aged Couple: Mr. Cull Antle of Exeter has handed us the following memorandum of his parents, probably the oldest couple in the county. Jacob Antle was born in Adair Co., KY, March 5, 1813. In 1853 he married Mrs. Antle who was born in Russell Co., KY, April 12, 1816. Mr. Antle came to Barry from Buchanan Co., MO, in 1854. Of their twelve children, all are living but one; grand children, fifty living and eleven dead; great grandchildren, ten living and two dead. Headstone
Cheryl
Headstone
Beverly Matthews
Cassville Republican
Stan McKay
ANTLE, Sidney July 17, 1837
Henderson Co., KY
Dec. 16, 1914
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Margaret - Research Note: Son of Jacob F. and Sarah (Stepp) Antle. - Cassville Republican, December 24, 1914 - County Loses Excellent Citizen: Sidney Antle, a pioneer and well known citizen of near Exeter, passed into the sleep that knows no waking at this home Wednesday night, Dec. 16, 1914, of pneumonia. He was born in Kentucky, July 17, 1837, making him 77 years, 6 months and 29 days old. When 18 years old he moved with his parents to Barry County. The larger part of his remaining life was spent in this county. He was one of the citizens, most of whom have passed away, whose life history makes up the greater part of the history of this county. During the Civil War, he served as a soldier in the Confederate Army. His service was given to the company in charge of Captain James Montgomery. He was the father of four children. They are C. F. Antle of New Mexico, O. G. of near Exeter, A. F. and D. F. of Tulsa, Okla. He also leaves two brothers and two sisters, Logan of Eureka Springs, Ark., Dallas of near Wheaton and Mrs. Jas. Goostree of near Exeter and Mrs. Schuyler of Monett. Funeral service were conducted by Rev. E.W. Love Fridays at the Concord Church. Interment was made in the Concord Cemetery. The deceased had professed faith in Christ and was a member of the Presbyterian Church. In his death the county and community in which he had lived so long has lost one good citizens. - Bio from Goodspeed's History of Barry Co.: Sidney Antle, an enterprising citizen of Barry County, Mo., is the eldest in a family of twelve children born to Jacob F. and Sarah (Stepp) Antle. Jacob F. Antle was born in Adair County, Ky., in 1813, in which county he was reared on a farm. He has always followed agricultural pursuits, and is now residing three miles north of Exeter. He was married in Kentucky in 1836, and resided there until coming to Missouri in 1851. He first located in the northwestern part of Missouri, and lived successively in Davies, DeKalb, Clinton and Buchanan Counties. In 1855 he came to Barry County and located where he now resides, and has since been very successfully engaged in farming. In politics he is a Democrat, and in religion is a Baptist. He wife was born about 1816, and is also a member of the Baptist Church. Sidney Antle was born in Russell County, Ky., in 1837, and remained on the farm with his parents until he was twenty-two years of age, when he began farming for himself. He has since followed agricultural pursuits, except one and a half years when he was engaged in blacksmithing at Mount Vernon, Mo. From 1862, until 1865 he served in the Confederate army in Company I, Eighth Missouri Infantry, and Company C, Fourteenth Missouri Cavalry. He was married in 1860 to Margaret J. Price, a native of the county and a daughter of Charles I. Price, who was killed in the war. Five children have blessed their union, vis.: Eva, Charles S., Oliver G., Arthur F. and Clarence M. Politically Mr. Antle is a Democrat, and he, his wife and two children are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. - Sidney Antle Page Online Obit
Goodspeed
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Cheryl
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BAKER, Elizabeth Abt. 1826 Feb. 16, 1893 Inscription: "Wife of James - About 67 Years" - Research Note: This stone is broken. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BAKER, John James Apr. 25, 1832
TN
Apr. 30, 1910
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of John and Sarah (Clusons) Baker, both born VA. He was widowed and Sarah Antle of Wheaton, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Might be this John : October 21, 1909, Cassville Republican - John Baker had an attack of heart trouble Tuesday morning near the mill while going to feed his hogs in the lot at the canning factory. He fell unconscious and probably would have died had he not been discovered at once by S. W. Beaver who was watering his horse at the creek. Beaver, joined by Dave Dingler and Henry Kerrick carried him to the City Hotel where he soon recovered consciousness. He was confined to his bed during the day but is now out again. - Cassville Republican May 18, 1911 - Probate Court Proceedings: Dodge McGlothin, administrator, made report of partial distribution of J. J. Baker as follows: John Baker, Nancy Howard, Nancy Antle and Maud Howard were each given $200. Death Certificate
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BAKER, Margaret S. Abt. 1857 Feb. 9, 1878 Inscription: "Age 21 Yrs. 4 Mos. 1 day, dau. of Jas. and E." - Research Note: This stone is broken and so the bottom part is missing, which gives her age. Daughter of John James and Elizabeth Baker. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BAKER, Martha Ellen Nov. 19, 1866
Davis Co., MO
Sept. 16, 1893
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Maybe daughter of John Ryan and Eliza Ramey. - Cassville Republican, Sept. 28, 1893 - Died: Sept 16th, 1893, Mrs. Martha Ellen Baker, age 26 years, 10 months, and 15 days: The deceased was born in Davis Co., MO, November 19th, 1866. She was married in 1883 and four little children were left to mourn her loss, and a father, mother and two brothers and one sister, but while God has seen fit to call darling Ella away from our embrace, we know that if faithful to the Lord we will be permitted to meet her around God's throne in heaven, and while it is hard to part with our friends we feel assured that our God does all things well. Dear Ella, called father and mother to her bedside and said she was dying. Her mother asked if she was prepared to go. She said everything was bright and clear. She next called her brother Willie. Oh, he is not here. Tell him to meet me in heaven. Then she says tell Johnny to meet me in heaven. Tell Betty, my dear sister, to meet me. She then bid us all good bye and called her little children and asked the blessing of God on them, and called for her dear husband. She became quite for a moment or two and then calling us back said she wasn't going to die. Oh, how, true those words were, for that a Christian never dies. May the blessing of almighty God be with the friends and relatives of the dear sister who is at rest. She was converted in 1882 and the remains were interred in the Concord Cemetery after the funeral sermon preached by Rev. Norman. We the father and mother and husband of the deceased wish to return our thanks to all that assisted us in taking care of the deceased during her sickness. P. and M. Cassville Republican,
Oct. 5, 1893
Darla Ball Marbut
Online Obit
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BARE, C. M. Abt. 1829 Nov. 24, 1881 Inscription: "Wife of Wm. C. Bare - Aged 52 Yrs." - Research Note: This stone is off its base and flat on the ground. It is very likely that it won't be readable in the near future. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BARE, William C. Abt. 1838 Mar. 30, 1882 Inscription: Aged 44 Ys. 5 Mos. 3 ds." Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BARNETT, Charles Jan. 4, 1872 Oct. 24, 1978 Research Note: He was a son of King Vernon and Sarah Ellen (Antle) Barnett. Sarah was the daughter of Jacob Fox Antle and Sarah Stepp. Phyllis' note: Not too sure he was the son of King V. Barnett. I don't find him in the census. Note
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BARNETT, Clement "Clem" D. Apr. 12, 1854 Oct. 16, 1927 SSW: Sarah L. - Research Note: Son of Dennis Dunham and Mary Elizabeth (Wood) Barnett. - Another Photo Census
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BARNETT, Dennis Dunham Jan. 15, 1817
KY
June 12, 1904
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary E. - Research Note: Cassville Democrat, Cassville, June 18, 1904- Death carried away a highly respected and old citizen in the person of Dennis Barnett, at his home, in Liberty township, June 12, age 87 years, a few months, and days. He was the father of 13 children, all living but two. He had been a member of the Baptist Church nearly all his life. His remains were laid to rest in Concord Cemetery. His aged wife survives him. One day later his son, Bevy Barnett, aged about 50 years old died of typhoid fever, leaving a wife and five children to mourn his death. He was a member of the C. P. Church and a splendid citizen. His remains were interred in the Chitwood Cemetery there to await the resurrection summons. Cassville Democrat
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BARNETT, George Marion June 23, 1858 Nov. 13, 1889 Inscription: "Aged 30 Y. 9 M. 20 D." - Research Note: Son of Dennis D. and Mary (Wood) Barnett. His wife was Sophronia J. Davidson, married on Jan. 11, 1885 in Barry Co., MO. At age 35, Sophronia married David H. Lamberson, age 45 on Nov. 12, 1893 in Barry Co., MO. Census
MO Marriage Records
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BARNETT, Mary Elizabeth (WOOD) Jan. 14, 1826
KY
June 11, 1906 SSW: Dennis D. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BARNETT, Sarah Louvena (McNABB) July 8, 1856 Nov. 7, 1933 SSW: Clem D. - Research Note: Daughter of James McNabb and Ruth C. Stephens. - Another Photo Census
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BIERSCHWAL, Rome John Aug. 25, 1946 No Date SSW: Sandra P. - Inscription: "Married Mar. 10, 1980" - Research Note: Rome John Bierschwal, age 18, first married Sharon Kay Howland, age 15, on Aug. 1, 1965 in Jennings, St. Louis Co., MO. They were both from Granite City, Madison Co., IL. Rome's mother, Ruby Bierschwal, gave consent. John Howland, father of Sharon Kay, gave consent. MO Marriage Records
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BIERSCHWAL, Sandra P. (BROWN) Aug. 19, 1949
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
May 23, 2008
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rome John - Inscription: "Married Mar. 10, 1980" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Ira and Ruth (Nelson) Brown. She was employed several years at Roaring River Restaurant and attended Solid Rock Baptist Church in Wheaton. She married Rome "John" Bierschwal on March 10, 1980, in Miami, Oklahoma, She was survived by her husband, one son, two daughters, and two stepchildren. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Kristi England; one step-daughter, Kim Gancheffs; and two brothers, Frankie Brown and Harold Brown Sr. Barry Co. Advertiser
May 28, 2008
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BIRKES, Amelia Catherine (WARREN) Aug. 13, 1852
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 15, 1942
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the widowed (second) wife of Marion Birkes. Daughter of Jesse Warren and Hannah Bowman, both born TN. C. E. McClure of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Indexed as Birks. Death Certificate
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BIRKES, Bertha Caroline (SULLIVAN) (PATTON) Mar. 1, 1900
Rural Monett, Barry Co., MO
Sept. 30, 1931 Research Note: She first married John Wesley Patton, reported as widowed in 1920 Census. - 1920 Census, Richwood, McDonald, Missouri - Henry F. Sullivan, head, age 48, born MO; Josephine, wife, age 47, born MO; Orville, son, age 17, born MO; Raymond, son, age 14, born MO; Bertha Patton, age 19, widowed, born MO; Christine Patton, granddaughter, age 2 and 5 months, born MO. She second married Carl Coy Birkes on Feb. 25, 1922 in McDonald Co., MO. - Note that her stone has death year 1932 and paper date is 1931. - Wheaton Journal Oct. 1, 1931 - Bertha Caroline Sullivan was born March 1, 1900, near Monett, Mo., and died Monday, Sept. 28, age 31 years, 6 months and 28 days. She was united in marriage to Carl Birkes of Exeter, Mo., Feb. 25, 1921. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, two daughters, Christine and Lavelle, one daughter, Madgeline, having preceded her in death, her father, mother, two brothers, Orville and Raymond of Butterfield, and one sister, Ollie Graves of Rocky Comfort besides a host of other relatives and friends. She was converted at the age of 15 and lived a loving useful life. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the Ridgley Baptist Church by Rev. Chas. McNabb. Burial was made in the Concord Cemetery under the direction of Pogue's Undertaking Company. Online Obit
MO Marriage Records
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BIRKES, Carl Coy Apr. 12, 1900
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 18, 1971
Joplin,Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Services for Carl Coy Birkes, 70, 1024 Central Ave., who died at 4:10 pm Monday at Oak Hill Hospital where he had been a patient since Dec. 7, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at McQueen Funeral Home, Wheaton. His first wife was Bertha Caroline Sullivan. Carl Birkes of Exeter, Barry Co., MO second married Mary Whitlock of Joplin, Jasper Co., MO on Aug. 17, 1936 in Joplin, MO. Joplin Globe
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BIRKES, Charles Orestes Jan. 22, 1877
MO
Nov. 26, 1949
Sale Memorial Hosp.,
Neosho,
Newton Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Maggie McQueen. Son of Marion Birkes and Sarah Elizabeth James. H. E. Birkes of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BIRKES, Ethel May 7, 1902
MO
Aug. 3, 1917
MO
Research Note: Daughter of Charles O. Birkes and Maggie McQueen. - Cassville Democrat, August 11, 1917 - Ridgley: Ethel Birks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Birks, answered the final summons Friday evening, Aug. 3rd, 1917, after a brief illness of a complication of diseases. She was born May 7th, 1902, age 15 years, 2 months and 26 days. Besides a devoted father and mother, she leaves three loving sisters and two brothers. She was converted the day she died and help to sing two or three songs in her dying hour. Her last request was that her father and those she loved would seek and find Jesus as their friend. Solemn and impressive funeral services were conducted at the Presbyterian Church by Rev. James Brattin. Six of her girl friends acted as pall bearers namely: Rhoda Powell, Maulsic Harper, Pearl Creason, Ivy Brattin, Effie Reed and Clara England. The interment was made in Concord Cemetery, Saturday evening, August 4th. No more gentle unassuming and kind hearted girl was ever known in our vicinity, but our loss is her gain, and while she is gone, her influence still lives a blessed memory and a shinning lamp to guide the feet of those who knew her and today mourn her loss. May we all lives so that we may meet her. Online Obit
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BIRKES, Fay Sept. 7, 1905 July 17, 1907 Inscription: "Our Darling - Dau. of W. R. & M. A."- Daughter of William Riley Birkes and Martha A. Patton. Note
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BIRKES, Hershel E. Sept. 7, 1921
Ridgely,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 12, 1998
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "In God's Care" - Research Note: Hershel Birkes, 76, Exeter, died at 7:45 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, 1998, at a Joplin nursing home after a long illness. Mr. Birkes was born Sept. 7, 1921, in the Ridgley community near Exeter. He was a lifelong Exeter-area resident. He was a self-employed farmer and cattleman. He was a member of Ridgley Baptist Church. Survivors include two sisters, Mildred Springer, Marionville and Lora Embrey, Appleton City. Son of Charles Orestes Birkes and Margaret Carolyn "Maggie" McQueen. Joplin Globe
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BIRKES, Madgelene 1924 1925 Research Note: Daughter of Carl Coy Birkes and Bertha Caroline Sullivan. Note
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BIRKES, Margaret Caroline "Maggie" (MCQUEEN) Dec. 21, 1882
VA
Nov. 10, 1973
So. Barry Co. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Married Mar. 8, 1899" - Research Note: Charles O. Birkes, age 22, married Maggie McQueen, age 16, on Mar. 8, 1899 in Barry Co., MO. - Services for Mrs. Maggie C. Birkes, 90, Exeter route 1, who died at 11:30 pm Saturday at south Barry County Hospital, Cassville, where she had been admitted a few hours earlier, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Ridgley Baptist Church, south of Wheaton. Mrs. Birkes was born Dec. 21, 1882, in the State of Virginia. She lived most of her life in Barry County and was a member of Ridgley Baptist Church. She married Charles O. Birkes March 8, 1899 and he died Nov 26, 1949. Survivors include two sons, Chester Birkes, Independence,and Hershel Birkes, Exeter route 1; two additional daughters, Mrs. Mildred Springer, Marionville, and Mrs. Lora Embrey, Appleton City; a sister, Mrs. Hattie Thomas, Exeter; 10 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren. MO Marriage Records
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BIRKES, Marion Dec. 30, 1848
Berryville,
Carroll Co., AR
Jan. 3, 1930
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Married: 1. Sarah Elizabeth James, age 18, on Dec. 22, 1870, Barry Co., MO. Married: 2. Amelia Catherine Warren, age 44, on Apr. 21, 1897, Barry Co., MO. He was a retired merchant. Son of Roland Birkes and mother's maiden name was (Nancy J.) Fannon/Fanning. C. O. Birkes was the informant on the death certificate. - Cassville Democrat Jan. 10, 1930 - Marion Birkes was born near Berryville, Ark., Dec. 30, 1848. Died at his home Exeter, Mo., Jan. 3, 1930 age 81 years, and four days. Death was due to complications of diseases due to old age. He came to Missouri with his parents when a small boy. They settled near Capps Creek. Mr. Birkes was married to Sarah Elizabeth James, in 1870. She preceded him in death in September 1891, to this union six children were born, five of whom are now living. They are: Saphrona Patton, Wheaton, Mo., C. O. Birkes, Stark City, Mo., Eva M. Harrell, Della P. Dotson, Long Beach, Cal. And R. C. Birkes, who died Oct. 11, 1911. In 1897 he was married to Amelia C. Warren, who still survives him. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Mrs. Amelia C. Birkes, one sister, Mrs. Melvian Ray, of Fairview, Mo., two sons, three daughters, fifteen grandchildren, twenty-one grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held at the Concord church on Saturday afternoon. Jan. 4, 1930 by Chas Vanzandt. Burial in the Concord cemetery under the direction of the Barr and Blankenship Funeral Service. Death Certificate
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BIRKES, Martha A. (PATTON) Feb. 17, 1877
Barry Co., MO
May 3, 1913
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death Certificate is indexed as Burks on the MO Archives web site. She was married to William Riley Birks. She was a daughter of John Wesley Patton, born Hardin Co., IL, and Charlotte Lamberson. R. E. Stephenson of Purdy, MO was the informant. The cause of death was heart failure. Death Certificate
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BIRKES, Rufus Columbus Apr. 15, 1884
MO
Oct. 11 1911
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a flour miller. He was a son of Marion Birkes, born AR, and Sarah E. James, born GA. The cause of death was typhoid fever. Marion Birkes of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Indexed as Birks. Death Certificate
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BIRKES, William Riley July 30, 1873
MO
Nov. 18, 1949
Rural Barry Co., MO
Research Note: William's son reports his mother as Martha Jamison. Has to be incorrect. There is an 1880 census for Barry Co. with father Marion and mother Martha J. Birkes, son William age 17. This William would not have been born yet. The obit names his mother as Sarah Elizabeth James. - His wife was deceased and her name was Martha Patton. Son of Marion Birkes and Martha Jamison. Oras Birkes of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Obit: William Riley Birkes, son of the late Marion and Elizabeth Birkes was born July 30, 1873 near Pierce City, Mo., and departed this life Nov. 18, 1949, at the age of 76 years, 3 months and 18 days. He was united in marriage to Martha Ann Patton Dec. 18, 1898, at the age of 25 years. To this union eight children were born, four of whom preceded him in death. His good wife also preceded him in death in May, 1913. He leaves four children to mourn his passing; Carl Birkes of Exeter, Oras Birkes of Ridgley, Mrs. Kate Garrison of Ridgley and Mrs. Claudena Young of Burlington, Colo., also one brother, Charlie Birkes of Exeter; two sisters, Mrs. Eva Harrell of Cassville and Mrs. Dela Dotson of California. 15 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. He was converted and united with the Ridgley Baptist church in November, 1939. He did not attend church regularly on account of his health. He was known as “Uncle Nap” to his many friends. He said no harm to anyone. He was living with his son, Oras at the time of his death. He will be missed in the home where he had lived most of the past 24 years, at our loss is his gain. We thank God that he was permitted a peaceful passing without pain. Funeral serviced were held at the Ridgley Baptist church Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20 by Chas. VanZandt and Hugh Higgs. Burial was made in the Concord Cemetery under the direction of the Pogue Funeral Home. Death Certificate
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BOEDECKER, George Pleasant July 27, 1872 June 20, 1950 SSW: Nora E. - Research Note: George second married Cora E. Fly on Mar. 28, 1914 in Barry Co., MO, buried at Purdy Cemetery. Son of Henry A. Boedecker and Susan J. Ripley, married on Aug. 17, 1871 in Barry Co., MO. Grandson of James and Nancy Ripley. Susan second married John David Stephenson. - 1880 Census, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri - Nancy Ripley, Self, Widowed, Female, White, 65, KY, Keeping House, NJ, KY; John A. Ripley, Son, S, Male, White, 32, AR, Farmer, VA, KY; George W. Ripley, Son, S, Male, White, 30, AR, School Teacher, VA, KY; Septimus Ripley, Son, S, Male, White, 25, AR, Farmer, VA, KY; Susan J. Boedecker, Dau, Married, Female, White, 33, AR, Housekeeper, VA, KY; George P. Boedecker, Grand-Son, S, Male, White, 7, MO, At School, Prussia, AR; James P. Boedecker, Grand-Son, S, Male, White, 6, KS, At School, Prussia, AR. - Notes by Lynetta at findagrave.com: George Pleasant Boedecker married Nora E. Montgomery August 25, 1897 in Arkansas they had three children; Lola Boedecker, James Samuel Boedecker and Noma Rebecca Boedecker. A child named Nettie Boedecker buried at Concord Cemetery may also be George Pleasant and Nora's child. After Nora's death George Pleasant Boedecker married Cora E. Fly March 28, 1914. George Pleasant is the brother to James P. Boedecker and John L. Boedecker. Missouri vital records lists George Pleasant Boedecker as a retired railroad employee. He was employed by the Frisco. Census
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BOEDECKER, Lola I. Jan. 6, 1899 Sept. 13, 1904 Research Note: Daughter of George P. and Nora E. (Montgomery) Boedecker. Census
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BOEDECKER, Nettie E. Dec. 7, 1903 Dec. 25, 1906 Research Note: Probably the daughter of George P. and Nora E. (Montgomery) Boedecker. Note
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BOEDECKER, Nora E. (MONTGOMERY) 1878 1908 SSW: G. P. - Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Carroll Montgomery and Elizabeth Ellen Layton. Nora E. Montgomery, age 20, married George P. Boedecker, age 25, on Aug. 25, 1897 in Barry Co., MO. Census
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BOND, Christine Edith (YARNALL) Feb. 4, 1923 Sept. 1, 1987
Los Angeles Co., CA
Inscription: "Our Dear Loved One" - Research Note: Daughter of William Turner Yarnall and Lucille D. Wright. CA Death Index gives her as Edith Christine Bond. Mother's maiden name Wright and father Yarnall. She is buried next to Henry Yarnall. - Another Photo CA Death Index
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BOUCHER, "Ada" Sina Adaline Jan. 8, 1890
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 16, 1920
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of O. J. Boucher" - Research Note: She is buried next to a Sallee grave with a stone that matches hers. Daughter of Thomas Sallee born Barry Co., MO and Nancy K. Hale born MO. O. J. Boucher of Monett, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - O. J. Boucher married Ada Sallee on Oct. 4, 1908 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 11, 1919 - Mrs. Ada Boucher and boys from Monett are visiting her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sallee. Death Certificate
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BOUCHER, Daisie (SALLEE) (BRATTIN) Nov. 11, 1877
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 11, 1943
At Home, Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her 1st husband was Thomas Brattin. 2nd husband Orlan J. Boucher. - Wife of O. J. Boucher. Daughter of Thomas J. Sallee born Washington Co., AR and Nancy K. Hale born AR. O. J. Boucher of 307 Lincoln, Monett, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo Family Data
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BOUCHER, Martha Carolyn (HADLEY) (CHURCHWELL) Oct. 8, 1861
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 16, 1949
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Martha married first William Churchwell in 1882 in Barry, Co. Second marriage was to Peter A. Boucher in 1892 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Everhard Hadley and mother's maiden name was (Sarah Jane) Box. P. H. Boucher was the informant on the death certificate. - April 5, 1894,, Cassville Republican - Henrietta Churchwell v. Martha C. Boucher et al, petition on Bertie Churchwell and Arthur Churchwell found to be the sole heirs of Wm. H. Churchwell, dec'd and each entitled to $3.92, subject to dower of Martha C. Boucher, Henrietta Churchwell 15-46 undivided interest. - Wheaton Journal, Dec. 22, 1949 - Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Caroline Boucher, 88 years old, who died Friday morning at her home in Wheaton, were held at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the Wheaton Baptist Church. Rev. Charles VanZandt of Exeter officiated, assisted by the Pastor, Rev. Floyd Gentry. Burial was in the Concord Cemetery under the direction of the Pogue Funeral Home. Mrs. Boucher leaves four daughters, Mrs. Earl Carlin, Monett; Mrs Joe Owsley, Mrs. Bryan Wolfenbarger, Wheaton; Mrs. Earl Gibbons, Wash; six sons J. O. Boucher, W. S. Boucher, Monett; Shelby Boucher, Los Angeles; Robert Boucher, Long Beach, Calif; Arthur Churchwell, Neosho; and Bert Churchwell, Canada. Headstone
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BOUCHER, Orlando John Aug. 21, 1878
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 1, 1954
Terry Rest Home,
Monett,
Lawrence Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Adeline Sallee. Son of Peter A. Boucher and Rebecca Holt. Enock Boucher of Monett, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BOUCHER, Peter Armstrong July 15, 1849
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 21, 1921
Shoal Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate has the wrong year of birth on it. It lists John Boucher, born Germany and ____ Hagan as his parents. Donna's Note: His father was John Goodnight Boucher and his mother was Elizabeth Mary Adams Hagan, and she was born in TN. His first wife was Rebecca Holt. Second wife Martha Carolyn (Hadley) Churchwell. - Feb. 9, 1911, Cassville Republican - Hazel Dell News: P. A. Boucher has a quilt in good preservation that was made by his grandmother in Allen County, KY, in the year 1791. The quilt will cover two beds used in this day. - Feb. 3, 1916, Cassville Republican - Hazel Dell News: P. A. Boucher received a letter from his brother, J. C. Boucher of Ardmore, Okla., stating he was paralyzed by the explosion that occurred there some time ago and was bed fast 8 weeks. He said the doctor told him the chances were against him but he says, "I can weather the storm," which he did as he is well and hearty at 75 years. - May 11, 1916, Cassville Republican - Hazel Dell News: A crowd from Exeter motored out to P. A. Boucher's Thursday evening and spent the evening in a spelling contest using the old Blue Back speller. Babe Roseberry pronounced the words. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Roseberry and daughter, Madge, Jess McClure and family, Chas. Bates and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McNabb and Miss Dottie, Mrs. Bert Talbert, Misses Lucille Smithson and Ruby Francis, Messrs John Elliston, Earl Gibbins, Rob Boucher, Chas. Willis and Mark Browning, Loren Hodge and Harry Talbert. After the spelling Misses Mabel and Maud McClure and Rob Boucher entertained the crowd with some beautiful piano selections which were enjoyed by all. Death Certificate
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BOUCHER, Rebecca (HOLT) Oct. 9, 1858 Dec. 30, 1890 Inscription: "Wife of P. A. Boucher" - Research Note: This stone is broken through part of the words. First wife of Peter A. Boucher. Peter A. Boucher married Rebecca A. Holt on Apr. 29, 1877 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of James and Martha Holt. MO Marriage Records
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BOUCHER, Ula Grace No Date Dec. 7, 1900 Inscription: "Dau. of P. A. & M. C. - Aged 3 Mo. 9 Da." - Research Note: Daughter of Peter Armstrong Boucher and Martha Carolyn Hadley. Note
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BOUCHER, William Fenton Sept. 10, 1882 Aug. 7, 1950 Research Note: Son of Peter A. Boucher and Rebecca Holt. - June 5, 1913, Cassville Republican - Hazel Dell News: P. A. Boucher and son, Finton, attended decoration at Washburn Friday. - Wheaton Journal, Friday, Aug. 6, 1920 - Fenton Boucher and Miss Elsie Gary were married last Sunday Aug. 1 at the home of the bride 1 ˝ mile north of Stella by Rev. Geo. Kelly. Mr. Boucher is a son of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Boucher of Wheaton and Mrs. Boucher is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Gary of Stella. She is also a sister of Mrs. J. A. Edmondson of this city. They will make their home in Stella where Mr. Boucher owns a restaurant. Scores of friends from both places extend their best wishes. Online Newspapers
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BOUCHER, William Searcy Mar. 18, 1919
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 16, 1940
Burge Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: He was a filling station operator and single. Ruptured appendix was the cause of death. Son of Orlando John Boucher and Ada Sallee. His brother, John Boucher of Monett, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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BOUCHER/SALTZ, Lena 1887 1916 Inscription: "Mother - at rest - Gone But Not Forgotten " - Research Note: Daughter of Peter Armstrong Boucher and Rebecca Holt. - June 12, 1909, Cassville Democrat - Marriage Licenses: Joseph Alex Salts, Springfield and Lena Boucher, Exeter. - March 23, 1916, Cassville Republican - Hazel Dell News: Mrs. J. A. Saltz and children are visiting her father, P.A. Boucher and family. - Cassville Republican, June 22, 1916 - Mrs. J. A. Saltz Dead: Mrs. Lena Saltz, wife of J. A. Saltz, and daughter of P. A. Boucher, of near Exeter, died June 7th. She had been in poor health for sometime and the first of April she with her husband went to Clayton, New Mexico, thinking the change would benefit her, but it did not, so they started back to Missouri and while on the way near Tex Oma, Tex., she passed away. Her remains were bought here and laid to rest in the Concord Cemetery, Tuesday, June 13. The funeral was conducted by Eld. Chas. Vanzandt. The large congregation attending was evidence of the esteem in which she was held. She leaves a husband and three children, her parents, brothers, and sisters to mourn her departure. She was converted abut 8 years ago. - Another Photo Online Newspapers
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BOURLAND, Mary S. Oct. 1, 1861 Aug. 2, ___ Research Note: No year for her death is given. Photo
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BOWMAN, Daniel Dec. 23, 1815
TN
May 15, 1881 SSW: Rachel - Research Note: Daniel Bowman married Rachael King on Apr. 11, 1843 in Barry Co., MO. They are in Barry Co. by the 1850 Census. Researchers say that he was the son of Aaron Bowman and Sallie Dement. - Another Photo MO Marriage Records
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BOWMAN, Daniel, Jr. Sept. 6, 1861 Feb. 2, 1887 Research Note: Son of Daniel and Rachel (King) Bowman. - Another Photo Census
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BOWMAN, George Washington Feb. 1, 1849
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 9, 1925
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Daniel and Rachel (King) Bowman. Husband of Laura Belle Brattin. Death Certificate
Richard D. Brattin
BOWMAN, John Wesley Jan. 8, 1854
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 2, 1929
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sister Louisa C. - Inscription: "BROTHER" - Research Note: He was a son of Daniel Bowman born TN and Rachel B. King. He was a farmer and single. T. J. Bowman of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BOWMAN, Laura Belle (BRATTIN) Aug. 11, 1854
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 9, 1932
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the daughter of Robert Franklin and Elizabeth (Crawford) Brattin. She was the wife of George W. Bowman (md. Oct. 20, 1872, Barry Co., MO) Death Certificate
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BOWMAN, Louisa Catherine Jan. 17, 1856
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 24, 1938
McDonald Co., MO
SSW: John W. - Brother - Inscription: "SISTER" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Daniel Bowman and Rachel B. King and single. - Death certificate names her father as Benjamin Bowman and mother Rachel King, both born TN. Effie Dyer of Rocky Comfort, MO was the informant. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BOWMAN, Rachel (KING) June 28, 1817 July 22, 1903 Research Note: Daniel Bowman married Rachel King on Apr. 11, 1843 in Barry Co., MO. Researchers say she was the daughter of Jesse and Martha King. MO Marriage Records
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BRATTIN, Anthony Crawford 1843 1926 SSW: Mary Jane - Research Note: He was a son of Robert Franklin and Elizabeth (Crawford) Brattin. He second married Susan Mullins. Civil War Veteran - Another Photo Census
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BRATTIN, Auburn Aug. 3, 1902 Aug. 20, 1902 Inscription: "Aged 17 days, - Away but not forgotten" - Another Photo Photo
Frances Albert
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BRATTIN,"Belle" Arizonia Rosabelle (ROBERTS) May 25, 1859
MO
Jan. 19, 1938
Stella Hosp., Stella,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Oliver J. - Inscription: "78 yrs 7 mos. 25 days" - Research Note: Full given name was Arizonia Rosabelle. Her father was Alexander Roberts. Mother not given. Walter Brattin of Wheaton, MO was the informant on the death certificate. She had a fractured hip. - Wheaton Journal, January 20, 1938 - Rosa Belle Roberts, eldest daughter of A. M. and Mary Francis Roberts, was born May 25, 1859 near Rocky Comfort and departed this life January 19, 1938 at the age of 78 years, 7 months and 23 days. She was united in marriage to Oliver J. Brattin Feb. 23, 1877, her husband preceded her in death, March 8, 1900. To this union three children were born, two sons and one daughter, Charles Otis and Walter Brattin and Georgia Higgs. She leaves to mourn her passing three children, nine grandchildren, and 8 great great-grandchildren. She also leaves two brothers and four sisters, T. A. Roberts, Cleburn, Texas, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Love, Webb City, Mo., G. W. Roberts and Mrs. Francis Love, Rocky Comfort, Mo., Mrs. Ellen Edens, Exeter, Mo. and Mrs. Sudie Keeling, Wheaton, Mo. One brother James Roberts preceded her in death early in life. Two half brothers, Charley Roberts, Pratt, Kansas and Mack Roberts, Joplin, Mo., besides a host of other relatives and friends. She professed faith in Christ Sept. 1, 1874 and united with the Prosperity Baptist Church at Rocky Comfort, Mo. Oct. 20, 1874, she later moved her membership to Wheaton Baptist Church to which she remained a faithful and valuable member until her Master called her home. Funeral services were conducted at the Wheaton Baptist Church Friday afternoon, January 21 by Rev. Charles Vanzandt and Rev. W. P. Richardson. Burial was made in the Concord Cemetery under direction of Pogue Funeral Home. - Another Photo Headstone
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BRATTIN, Berttie A. (THOMAS) 1884 1966 SSW: Maynard M. - Research Note: Daughter of Henry and Minta J. Thomas. Maynard M. Brattin, age 22, married Bertie E. Thomas, age 21, on July 2, 1905 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo - Another Photo MO Marriage Records
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BRATTIN, Clarence Elbert Feb. 20, 1878
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 8, 1955
Kimbrough Rest Home,
Granby,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Nannie J. - Research Note: He was a son of Thomas Haywood and Sarah E. (Peach) Brattin. Roy Brattin of Seneca, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, Colon Edgar May 7, 1880
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 16, 1962
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lena M. - Inscription: "Waiting for Loved Ones" - Research Note: Colon was the son of Thomas Haywood Brattin and Sallie Peach. Elvin Brattin of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo - Family Group Sheet Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, Dora Bell (BARNETT) Aug. 11, 1870
MO
Jan. 5, 1944
Ridgley,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the wife of Thomas Elmer Brattin. Daughter of King Barnett and Ada Antle both born MO. Elmer Barnett of Ridgley, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Indexed as Cora Brattin. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, Glen R. Aug. 28, 1907 July 5, 1920 Research Note: Son of William Horace Brattin and Minnie E. Wilkerson. - Cassville Democrat,, July 10, 1920 - Glenn, 12 year son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Brattin of Liberty township, died early Monday morning of a bowel trouble. Funeral was conducted that afternoon and interment was made in Concord Cemetery. - Another Photo Online Newspapers
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BRATTIN, Harry C. Dec. 6, 1897 Sept. 10, 1900 Research Note: He was a son of John Franklin and Quincy (Lamberson) Brattin. - Another Photo Family Data
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BRATTIN, Inez Cecil (LAKEY) May 18, 1908 June 1, 1994 SSW: Roy E. - Research Note: Daughter of William Kelly Lakey and Sarah Ann Huffman. - Another Photo Census
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BRATTIN, Infant Son Aug. 16, 1883 Aug. 16, 1883 Inscription: "Born & Died Aug. 16, 1883 - Son of Chas. and V. A. Brattin" - Research Note: Son of Charles B. Brattin and Vestie A. Goostree. - Another Photo Family Data
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BRATTIN, Infant Daughter Feb. 1908 Feb. 1908 Research Note: Daughter of Maynard Monroe Brattin and Berttie Thomas. - Cassville Democrat, Feb. 29, 1908 - Maynard Brattin's 2 year old daughter, of Liberty township, died Thursday morning, and was buried in Concord Cemetery, yesterday. Online Newspapers
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BRATTIN, James Audie July 15, 1890 Feb. 26, 1892 Research Note: He was a son of John Franklin and Quincy A. (Lamberson) Brattin. - Another Photo Family
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BRATTIN, John Carter Jan. 27, 1843 Feb. 12, 1888 Research Note: He was a son of Robert Franklin and Elizabeth (Crawford) Brattin. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Sturdy, married on Apr. 1, 1867 in Cassville, Barry Co., MO. Confederate Soldier, 8th MO Inf. Co. G, private. MO Marriage Records
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BRATTIN, John Franklin Jan. 9, 1856
MO
Dec. 29, 1910
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Quincy Anna - Research Note: This obit reads Maplewood Cemetery but John Franklin Brattin is buried in Concord Cemetery. This is verified by Barry County Cemetery books and Brattin researchers. - According to his death certificate he was a son of John W. Brattin born TN, and Matilda Martin born AR. He was married and L. D. Brattin was the informant. - Scrapbook bought at the estate sale of Vivian Roller by Ted W. Roller - JOHN BRATTIN DEAD - Passed to his reward, was the word that came over the wire Thursday, in regard to the death of John Franklin Brattin, who answered the beckon of the Angel of death at his home in Exeter, Dec. 29th, 1910, of an abscess of the stomach, aged 54 years, 11 months and 20 days. He had been in bad health for five years, and was first stricken with jaundice. He was a son of the late J.W. and Matilda Brattin, and a brother of Jos., L.D., Rev. J.T., and Reuben Brattin. He was born on Shoal Creek in this county and had lived most all of his life in this county. He was the father of 12 children, 10 of whom are living. His wife survives him. He was a member of the Exeter Baptist Church, and the funeral services were held there yesterday, Friday Dec 20, at 11 a.m., by Rev. C. M. Smith, after which the remains were laid to rest in Maplewood Cemetery. He had been Constable of Exeter township, and was Deputy Sheriff under Sheriff O' Dwyer. The end was as peaceful as the close of a beautiful summer day, when daylight fades into night, with increasing loveliness. - Another Photo Headstone
Beverly Matthews
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Frances Albert
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BRATTIN, John F. Oct. 1, 1876 June 29, 1920 Research Note: He was a son of Thos. Haywood and Sarah E. (Peach) Brattin. - Another Photo Family
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BRATTIN, Lena Mae (MONTGOMERY) May 12, 1880 Nov. 11, 1918 SSW: Colon Edgar - Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Carroll Montgomery and Ellen E. Layton. Lena Montgomery, age 21, married Colon E. Brattin, age 21, on Jan. 12, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Republican,, Nov. 14, 1918 - Mrs. Edgar Brattin and two children died last week at their home near Wheaton of influenza. Three deaths in one family in a single week was indeed very sad. - Another Photo - Family Group Sheet Census
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BRATTIN, Lena M. K. Nov. 2, 1918
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 25, 1919
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Gone But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Colon E. and Lena Mae (Montgomery) Brattin. - Another Photo Headstone
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BRATTIN, Lillard Monroe Mar. 20, 1912
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 6, 1912
MO
Inscription: "Sleep my dear brother" - Research Note: He was a son of Colon Edgar and Lena M. (Montgomery) Brattin, Lillard had a twin sister named Lily Marie. Some confusion: D. O. D. is listed as May 6, 1918, but his mother had it listed as above and his nephew viewed the stone and stated it read Nov. 6, 1912. - Another Photo - Family Group Sheet Family
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BRATTIN, Loren Brice Sept. 24, 1906
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 4, 1918
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Gone to Rest" - Research Note: He was a son of Colon E. and Lena Mae (Montgomery) Brattin. - Cassville Republican,, Nov. 14, 1918 - Mrs. Edgar Brattin and two children died last week at their home near Wheaton of influenza. Three deaths in one family in a single week was indeed very sad. - Another Photo Online Newspapers
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BRATTIN, Mary Jane (LAUDERDALE) 1854 Oct. 1906
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: A. C. - Research Note: Daughter of Maj. William Lauderdale and Sarah A. Peoples. Anthony C. Brattin married Mary Jane Lauderdale on Aug. 5, 1869 in Barry Co., MO. - November 3, 1906, Cassville Democrat - Mrs. Crawford Brattin while washing breakfast dishes at her home in Liberty township, Thursday morning, dropped dead. Heart failure was the cause of her death. She was a daughter of the late Maj. Wm. Lauderdale of that section, and a sister to Samuel Lauderdale of that township. She was a member of the Christian Church and the Rev. B. F. Hinds of the Christian Church conducted the family services at Concord Church, Friday. She left a husband, four sons, three daughters to mourn her death. Her acquaintances say she was a splendid citizen and was respected by everybody. - Another Photo Online Obit
Darla Marbut
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Frances Albert
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BRATTIN, Maudie 1918 1920 Inscription: "Baby Sister" - Research Note: Daughter of Clarence Elbert Brattin and Nannie J. Lunderman. Census
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BRATTIN, Maynard Monroe Oct. 2, 1882
MO
Nov. 15, 1950
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Berttie A. - Research Note: Son of Thomas Brattin and Sally Peach. Berdie/Berttie Brattin was his wife and she was the informant on the death certificate. MS was the cause of death. - Another Photo - Another Photo Death Certificate
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Frances Albert
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BRATTIN, Minnie E. (WILKERSON) 1880 1958 SSW: William Horace - Research Note: Daughter of D. Wesley Wilkerson and Sarah Catherine Davidson. Minnie Wilkerson, age 23, married Horace Brattin, age 28, on Dec. 30, 1903 in Pierce City, Lawrence Co., MO. - Another Photo MO Marriage Records
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BRATTIN, Mose Williamson Jan. 28, 1886
Barry Co., MO
June 6, 1958
Sunset Valley Rest Home,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of John Franklin and Quincy A. (Lamberson) Brattin. Mahala Cole of Neosho, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - May 11, 1911, Cassville Republican - Exeter News: Mose Brattin of Carterville is visiting his mother, Mrs. Quincy Brattin, this week. - May 3, 1917, Cassville Republican - Deputy Sheriff Walter Vanzandt was called to Exeter Tuesday morning by a disturbance being caused there by Moses Brattin who was intoxicated. He was placed under arrest by Mr. Vanzandt and gave bond for his appearance before the justice of the peace at Exeter. - Cassville Republican, April 18, 1918 - Mose Brattin, James Lawson and Alva Rhine tanked up on booze and raised trouble at Exeter Wednesday afternoon of last week. They were all arrested by Sheriff Houston and paid fines and costs. Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, Nannie J. (LUNDERMAN) Sept. 30, 1884
KY
Sept. 17, 1920
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Clarence Elbert - Research Note: Daughter of James Sinclair Lunderman and Lizzie Mack Graham. C. E. Brattin married Nannie Lunderman on Dec. 25, 1907 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo Census
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BRATTIN, Oliver Jessie Feb. 23, 1854 Mar. 8, 1900 SSW: Belle - Inscription: "46 yrs. 15 days" - Research Note: He was a son of Henry Monroe Brattin and Sarah (Bowman) Brattin. Betty's Research Note: Oliver Jesse Brattin, son of Monroe Brattin, an early settler of Liberty Township and an early member of Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He was the father of Georgia Edna. Phyllis' Note: There was also a son Walter with whom Belle was living in the 1910 Census. Charles Oliver and Rosabelle Brattin are Betty Lamberson's great-grandparents. - El Paso News: Oliver J. Brattin, departed this life, Thursday, March 8, at 10:30 o'clock p. m. of brain fever. Mr. Brattin had been a resident of Barry County for several years and was a prominent member of the Presbyterian Church. He leaves a widow, three children, and many friends and relatives to mourn his loss. The funeral was preached in the church by Rev. Gurley of Purdy. The remains were interred in the Concord Cemetery Friday. - Another Photo Online Obit
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BRATTIN, Quincy A. (LAMBERSON) Aug. 14, 1861
Rocky Comfort, MO
July 23, 1942
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John F. - Research Note: Daughter of Morris Lamberson and Sarah Kelley, both born TN. Mrs. Charles House of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, Roy E. 1909 1969 SSW: Inez G. - Research Note: Son of Clarence Elbert Brattin and Nannie J. Lunderman. - Another Photo Census
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Deceased
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BRATTIN, Ruby Mar. 3, 1913 June 18, 1913 Inscription: "Dau. of Noah and Minnie - Our Darling" - Another Photo Headstone
Beverly Matthews
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Frances Albert
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BRATTIN, Sallie Lizzie Maudie Apr. 21, 1918
MO
July 14, 1920 Inscription: "Baby Sister" - Research Note: Daughter of Clarence E. and Nannie J. (Lunderman) Brattin. Headstone
Beverly Matthews
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BRATTIN, Sarah E. (PEACH) Nov. 29, 1852
Todd Co., KY
Aug. 13, 1937
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Thomas Haywood - Inscription: "Gone But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: Daughter of Andrew Peach born KY and mother not named. Clarence Brattin of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Indexed under Bratten. Sallie Peach married Thomas Brattin on Oct. 10, 1869 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, Thomas Elmer Aug. 15, 1870
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
May 2, 1958
Ridgley,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Husband of Dora Bell (Barnett) Brattin. Son of Thomas Haywood Brattin and Sarah "Sallie" Peach. Wayne Brattin of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, Thomas Haywood Jan. 15, 1825 Sept. 9, 1900 SSW: Sarah E. - Inscription: "Gone But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: Civil War Veteran. Researchers say he was a son of John and Susannah (Burton) Brattin. - Another Photo Note
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BRATTIN, Thomas J. Aug. 8, 1872
MO
Bet. Nov. 12, 1924
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Abigail H. Bowman and Joseph M. Brattin. Thomas J. Brattin, age 28, married Daisy Sallee, age 22, on Feb. 7, 1900 in Barry Co., MO. Death was by suicide, hung himself, body not found for a few days hence the odd D. O. D. His headstone reads 1872-1923 but he died in 1924. He was married to Daisie Sallee. Son of James Brattin and Miss Bowman, both born MO. E. A.? Bowman of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Wheaton Journal, November 21, 1924 - EXETER CITIZEN COMMITS SUICIDE BY HANGING - Body Found Saturday Night. Act Was Apparently Committed Few Days Earlier - Thomas J. Brattin, a citizen of near Exeter about fifty-three years old, was found last Saturday night suspended from a beam in the Charles Ellston barn west of Exeter where he had hung himself. Mr. Brattin had just recently returned from Nevada where he had spent several months in the sanatorium. He disappeared from the Bowman home where he was staying Thursday afternoon and informed them that he was going to the home of his brother, Lorenza Brattin. When he failed to show up a search was begun which ended Saturday night when the body was found in the Ellston barn by Jess McClure. In hanging himself he had used a hay rope, which was in the loft. He had apparently fastened the noose about his neck, then bound his wrists with wire and then stepped through the loop, thus preventing the use of his hands after he had jumped. According to relatives he had considered suicide a number of times in the past and told them of a few attempts he had made. He is survived by a wife and two children who are living in Monett with relatives. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Vanzandt Sunday afternoon and burial made in the Concord cemetery. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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BRATTIN, William Horace 1875 1941 SSW: Minnie E. - Research Note: He was a son of Thomas Haywood and Sarah "Sallie" (Peach) Brattin. His wife was Minnie E. Wilkerson. - Another Photo Census
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BROWN, Carolyn S. 1944 No Date SSW: Larry L. - Inscription: "July 7, 1961 Photo
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BROWN, Frankie Dean Dec. 7, 1940
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 24, 1957
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He is buried next to Ira and Ruth (Nelson) Brown, his parents. Ira Brown of Exeter MO was the informant on the death certificate. He was killed in a car accident on Hwy. 37. He had a crushed chest and fractured neck and skull. Death Certificate
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BROWN, Ira Pearl Mar. 30, 1912 Nov. 11, 1982 SSW: Ruth P. - Research Note: Son of Felix Brown and Fannie Emaline Rice. Census
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BROWN, Larry L. 1942 No Date SSW: Carolyn S. - Inscription: "July 7, 1961 Photo
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BROWN, Ruth Pauline (NELSON) July 14, 1920
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 30, 2004
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ira P. - Research Note: She was a daughter of Ambert William and Minnie Arlene (McQueen) Nelson, married Ira Pearl Brown on January 18, 1936, in Pineville, and he preceded her in death November 12, 1982. Monett Times
Dec. 2, 2004
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Ralph & Betty Lamberson
BURKETT, Missouri A. (McGLOTHLIN) Sept. 4, 1850 Nov. 23, 1881 Inscription: "Wife of A. B. Burkett" - Research Note: Daughter of Isaac B. McGlothlin and Sarah Brattin. Missouri McGlothlin married Brown Burkett on May 11, 1873 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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BURNETTE, Jerry W. Nov. 18, 1896
MO
Mar. 2, 1902
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of John Talbert and Susan Ellen (Masoner) Burnette. His stone was damaged by vandals and was restored by Jack Fly. His father's stone has Burnette spelled with an "e" and his stone has Burnett without the extra "e". The family has death date as Mar. 12, 1902 not Mar. 2, 1902 as the stone reads. - Another Photo Note
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BURNETTE, John Talbert Apr. 24, 1844
Platte Co., MO
Mar. 26, 1917
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Susan - Inscription: "CO. D. 15 MO INF. - Gone But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: He was a son of Wilson Cornelius and Mary (Liggett) Burnette, and the husband of Susan Ellen (Masoner) Burnette. The family has that he was born in 1845 and not 1844 as the stone reads. - Cassville Democrat, Mar. 31, 1917 - John Burnett, a prominent citizen and old soldier died at his son Bill's on Trent Creek, Monday afternoon (Mar. 26th). His son Elbert came in from Oklahoma on Tuesday. John served in the War between the States as a Federal in Company D., 15th Missouri Infantry. He enlisted on 22 Sept. 1862 and was honorably discharged at Victory, Texas in Oct., 1865. He was born Apr. 24, 1845 in Platte Co., MO and was a son of Wilson Cornelius and Mary (Liggett) Burnett. He married Susan Ellen (Masoner) Burnett 1866 in Platte Co., MO. She was the daughter of George and Agnes (Lauderdale) Masoner, Jr. John Burnett served as a Union soldier during the Civil War. In his military papers there were statements about different events of the war. He stated that the one of the things he witnessed at the Battle of Spring Hill was a man who had lost both arms carrying a bucket of water with his teeth to a dying comrade. - Another Photo Online Obit
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BURNETTE, Susan Ellen (MASONER) Sept. 8, 1850
Greene Co., TN
Feb. 18, 1892
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John T. - Inscription: "His Wife" - Research Note: Susan Ellen Masoner married John Talbert Burnett 1866 in Platte Co., MO. She was a daughter of George and Agnes (Lauderdale) Masoner, Jr. - Another Photo Note
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Jack Fly
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BURTON, Cora Pearl (RICHARDSON) July 14, 1894
MO
Feb. 10, 1958
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James A. - Research Note: Her husband was James Burton. Daughter of Dan Richardson and Nannie Stephenson. Mrs. Ruth Stewart of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - January 21, 1915, Cassville Republican - Licenses to Wed: James Burton, 33, Purdy and Cora Richardson, 20, Purdy. Death Certificate
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BURTON, James A. Apr. 1879 1956 SSW: Cora P. - Son of John K. Burton Jr. and Tennessee Bradley. Census
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BURTON, James L. June 26, 1884
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 12, 1957
MO State Sanitarium,
Mt. Vernon,
Lawrence Co., MO
Research Note: He had been at the Sanitarium for 2 days when he died. Records at the State Hosp. were given as the informant. No parents named and no spouse. Buried at Concord Cemetery. Death Certificate
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