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AKINS, Charles Floyd Oct. 9, 1945
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 4, 2006
NW Medical Center,
Bentonville,
Benton Co., AR
SSW: Janette - Research Note: Charles Floyd Akins, 61, of Washburn, died at 2:38 p.m. November 4 at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville, Arkansas, following a long illness. Mr. Akins was born October 9, 1945, in Washburn. Son of Johnny Akins and Maxine Foster. He attended Southwest High School in Washburn, was a self-employed truck driver, and attended the First Baptist Church of Washburn. He married Janette Hilery. White Funeral Home
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AKINS, Janette (HILERY) May 28, 1946 No Date SSW: Charles Photo
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ANDERSON, Charity (WEATHERS) Jan. 1, 1848
TN
Jan. 15, 1929
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that her father was James Weathers and that her mother's maiden name was (Martha) Yarber. Elmo Anderson, deceased, was her husband's name. Donna's Note: John Elmore Anderson married Charity Weathers in Barry Co., MO, Oct. 14, 1875. She was his second wife and he first married Rebecca Arnold, Mar. 3, 1859, Barry Co., MO. Rebecca is buried in King Cemetery. Death Certificate
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Anderson, C. P., Mrs. 1820 No Date Inscription: "She was a true mother" - Research Note: Stone reads Andeson. She is buried by J. C. Anderson. Note
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ANDERSON, Lavern Sept. 26, 1923
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 16, 1923
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: The death certificate reads that this was a male child, a babe born out of wedlock, age 2 months and 20 days. The father was given as Jim Anderson and the mother as Mary Jane Fielding. James Fielding, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Death Certificate
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ANDERSON, J. C. 1831
TN
1928
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Stone reads Andeson. This is likely John Elmore who is buried by his first wife, Charity. His second wife is buried in Kings. Anderson family members state that their records indicate that John Elmore died in 1927. No death certificate could be located, but his stone reads 1928. Also the stone reads J. C. and not J. E. for John Elmore. He is buried by Mrs. C. P. Anderson. Note
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BAILEY, Sherden Dec. 7, 1895
McDonald Co., MO
Aug. 26, 1947
1 mile SW of Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate has his name spelled Shirden Bailey. His wife was given as Bessie Bailey. His father was given as Lewis Bailey, born KY, and his mother, Mary Woldridge, born IL. His usual address was Ridgley, Barry Co., MO and he'd lived in the community for 20 years. An auto accident on hwy 37 near Cassville, MO, was the cause of his death, was a crushed skull and chest. Bessie Bailey, Ridgley, MO, was the informant. - He first married Lottie M. Cornell on Oct. 31, 1916 in McDonald Co., MO. He second married Bessie Marie (Day) Stanley. - Joplin Globe, August 28, 1947 - YOUTH IN CASSVILLE CRASH IS IMPROVED. - John Hood remains Serious, However - Funeral Plans Made for Two Killed in Collision.....Cassville, Mo., Aug. 27. -The condition of John Hood, 19 years old, who was seriously injured in the auto-truck head-on collision south of here Tuesday afternoon, was reported as improved by his physician, Dr. George W. Newman, at the Barry County hospital tonight and the completion of funeral arrangements for the two men fatally injured in the same accident has been announced. Services for Charles Edwin Laney, 38 years old, of near Exeter, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the Exeter Baptist church by the Rev. Charles Vanzandt. Burial will be in Maplewood cemetery at Exeter under direction of the Koon funeral home. Rites for Shirden Bailey, 52 years old, of near Exeter, will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in the Koon chapel here by the Rev. Francis Goodnight. Burial will in Hickman cemetery, west of Washburn. Both men, widely known farmers, were killed instantly when the automobile in which they were riding crashed into a semi-trailer truck loaded with hay while passing another vehicle on the highway. They were accompanying Hood, the driver, to Cassville. J.R. Bixler of Wheaton, driver of the truck , was uninjured. Mr. Laney’s survivors are his widow, Mrs. Belvia Laney, and two sons and five daughters, Eugene, Carroll, Ellen Mae, Bonnie, Emma Faye, LaVerne and Joyce, all of the home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Laney of Exeter; one brother, Vernie Laney of Rocky Ford, Colo., and four sisters, Miss Alma Laney of Exeter, Mrs. Naomi Sappenfield and Mrs. Alta Utter of Shelton, Wash., and Mrs. Leona Painter of Washburn. Mr. Bailey’s survivors are his widow, Mrs. Bessie Bailey; three daughters, Mrs. Aldona Poe of Bush, Colo., Mrs. Earl Martin of Washburn and Mrs. Fred Boyer of Rogers, Ark.; five sons, Dillard and Lillard Bailey of the home, Okel Bailey of Simco, Mo., Jack Bailey of McAlester, Okla., and Blaine of Washington; three brothers and one sister. Death Certificate
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BANKS, Edith (MORGAN) Feb. 11, 1904 Jan. 21, 1973 SSW: Rice L. - Research Note: Edith was a daughter of Joseph M. and Samantha Ann (Weathers) Morgan. Note
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BANKS, Rice Lot Nov. 4, 1897
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 3, 1959
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., Mo
SSW: Edith - Research Note: Rice was a son of Houston and Alener (Ellis) Banks and his grandparents were Lot and Elizabeth Ann (Woodard) Banks and also Rice Hughes and Elizabeth (Bailey) Ellis. Edith, his wife, was the informant on the death certificate. Note
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BOWMAN, Felix G. Sept. 26, 1906
Busch,
Carroll Co., AR
Jan. 5, 1981
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
SSW: Gladys A. - Research Note: He was a son of John William Bowman and Charlotte Amanda Moon and the husband of Gladys Alene Young. - Felix G. Bowman, 74 of 216 N 30th, Kansas City, KS, died Monday at St. Luke's Hospital. He was born in Carroll Co, AR, and had lived in this area since 1953. Mr. Bowman was a truck driver for 20 years for the Tamm Lumber Co. before he retired in 1974. He was a 50 year member of the Mount Vernon Masonic Lodge No 428 in Pea Ridge, AR. He leaves five sons, all police officers. Services will be at 1 PM Thursday at the Fulton-Nickel Chapel; burial at 1 PM Friday at the Hickman Cemetery, Washburn, MO. - Bowman Notes Bowman Notes
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BOWMAN, Gladys Alene (YOUNG) June 29, 1911
Marshall,
Searcy Co., AR
May 20, 1977
Kansas City,
Wyandotte Co., KS
SSW: Felix G. - Bowman Notes Photo
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BOXLEY, Eldon Troy Nov. 8, 1934
Alpena, AR
Sept. 21, 2012
At Home, Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of James Alfred and Clara Frances (Sperry) Boxley, who preceded him in death. Also preceding him in death were three sisters, Velma Cook, Arlene Larson, and Pauline Chambers and three brothers, Howard Boxley, Glenn Boxley, and Gene Boxley. Eldon, at a young age, and his family moved from Arkansas to Lamar, Colorado to make their home. The family later moved to a home in Canon City, Colorado, where he received his education and became an over-the-road truck driver. Later in life he was employed by the Baca County Sheriffs Department and also was employed as a police officer for Springfield, Colorado. Fohn Funeral Home
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BOXLEY, Glenn Everett Nov. 30, 1923
Wiley, CO
May 18, 1995
St. Mary's Hosp.,
Rogers, AR
Inscription: "US ARMY WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Son of James Alfred and Clara Frances (Sperry) Boxley. His wife was Lora Fern Hall, married in 1949 in NM. He was a heavy equipment operator and truck driver for 37 years. He lived in AR and CO prior moving to Washburn in 1978. He was a decorated veteran of WW II, serving with the 136th Infantry Division in the Pacific Theater. Specifically in New Guinea, Morotai Islands, and the Philippines. Obit
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BRADLEY, Lela No Date Mar. 1914
Chicago, IL
Research Note: Mar. 26, 1914, Cassville Republican - Washburn News: The remains of Lela Bradley were brought here for burial Monday. She died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Drinkwater in Chicago. She was an old resident of Washburn. She was laid to rest in the Hickman Cemetery, Monday at noon. Online Newspapers
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BRADLEY, Luke Mar. 16, 1794
Craven Co., NC
Oct. 29, 1862
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Buried on the farm which he homesteaded in 1840, "west of Washburn." - Donna's Note: He married Sarah Bryant, December 8, 1824 in Sumner Co., TN. He first married January 20, 1816 to Agitha Woodall. They must have been traveling with the Crim and Weathers families since they were from the same location. Another family connection to this family was the Boren family. - Son of Thomas Richard Bradley and Elizabeth Taylor. Her first married Agatha Woodall in 1816 in Sumner Co., TN. Second married Sarah Brigance or Bryant in 1824 in Sumner Co., TN. Sarah filed for his War of 1812 Pension: Soldier: Luke Bradley; Widow: Sarah Bradley; Bounty Land: 147-320-12; Service: Pvt.. Capt. John Jones' Co., 39 U. S. Inf.; Enlisted Jan. 23, 1815; Discharged: Apr. 30, 1815; Residence of Widow: 1878, Barry Co. (P. O. Washburn), MO; Maiden name of Widow: Soldier's first wife, Agnes Woodall. Sarah Bryant.; Marriage of Soldier and widow: Dec. 8, 1824, Sumner Co., TN; Death of Soldier: Oct. 29, 1862, Barry Co., MO; Death of widow: About 1891. Ancestors Unlimited Qtly.
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BURKE, Sarah A. "Sallie" (CARGILE) Jan. 1, 1848 MO Abt. 1933
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: No death date was given. Age was 85 years, 9 months, and 9 days. Her husband was W. J. Burke and she was the daughter of John Cargile and Emaline Eubank. Mrs. Thomas Williams of Washburn, MO was the informant. Cause of death was a broken hip from a fall and she took pneumonia. - Barry County Missouri. - Marriage Records Volume D 1877. - Cargile, Sarah Ann, and Burke, Jacob W., married 11 Sept. 1879. Death Certificate
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BURNETTE, James Verl July 12, 1917
Burns Hollow,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 7, 2010
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lavon - Inscription: "Married Jan. 7, 1949" - Research Note: Verl was a son of Thomas Douglas and Annie Viola (McNabb) Burnette, and his grand parents were John Talbert and Susan Ellen (Masoner) Burnette, who came to Barry County from Stanberry, Gentry Co., MO. His parents are buried in Antioch and his grandparents in Concord. Verl's maternal grandparents were Peter Henderson Catron and Anna England buried at Antioch. Peter was a Civil War Veteran. Company, C or E, Regiment, 1 TN Cav. and served 3 years. Verl was a WWII Veteran. - On January 7, 1949, in Bentonville, Arkansas, he was united in marriage to Lavon Dodson, who preceded him in death on August 5, 2005. Also preceding him in death were his parents; three brothers, Eugene, Brice and Gaylord Burnette and one sister, Maxine Blythe. He received his education at Washburn. During World War II he was honored to serve in the United States Army as a Staff Sergeant. For several years he was employed for Dairy Craft in Monett as an evaporator operator. For twelve years he worked at Roaring River State Park, enjoying every minute. Note
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BURNETTE, Lavon Helen (DODSON) July 12, 1928
Shell Knob,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 5, 2005
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Verl - Inscription: "Married Jan. 7, 1949" - Research Note: Lavon Helen Burnette, 77, of Washburn, died August 5 at her home. Mrs. Burnette was born July 12, 1928, in Shell Knob, the daughter of George and Nancy (Ledgerwood) Dodson. She was a 1947 graduate of Cassville High School and a farmer. She married Verl Burnette on January 7, 1949, in Bentonville, Arkansas. Online Obit
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BURNS, Henry Homer September 23, 1928
Summit, AR
Oct. 21, 2013
Cassville Health Care,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Homer Riley and Ethel Mae (Clark) Burns. On May 2, 1953, in Washburn, he was united in marriage to Leta Hickman. Preceding him in death were his parents; three brothers, James, Mick and H.E. Burns and two sisters, Joyce Burns and Lillian Cargile. Henry grew up and received his education in Gentry, Arkansas. During the Korean War Henry joined the United States Army, serving from January 23, 1951, until October 25, 1952. He worked on several Dam sites for the Corp of Engineers for several years. He retired as a dairy farmer. Henry enjoyed riding horses and was a member of the Barry County Sheriff's Posse for many years. For fifteen years he served on the Southwest School Board. Some of his favorite pastimes were fishing and mowing and he was a real "duct tape engineer". Fohn Funeral Home
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CLINE, Annie Mae "Pet" (VANZANDT) Mar. 28, 1896
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 21, 1918
KS
Research Note: Anna Mae Van Zandt married Elmer Cline, Barry Co., MO, Sept. 29, 1912. She was a daughter of James Allen and Frances (Weathers) Van Zandt. D. J. Cline and J. A. Vanzandt were given as parents. Both Elmer and Annie gave their addresses as Garfield, AR. Anna Mae was deeded a farm by her father, James Allen VanZandt when she and Elmer were married. Elmer convinced her to sell it and they left and went to Pittsburg, KS. He worked as a railway conductor. She died within a year or so and was brought to Hickman for burial. The family thinks she died of pneumonia. The farm was sold to Rice Banks, son of Houston Banks who married Edith Morgan (She was Joe Morgan's daughter). Elmer left and went to Utah, and is thought to have married again. He never came back to the area. Their children were named Ruby and Raymond. The family called Anna Mae "Pet". Elmer was a son of Jake D. and Nannie Cline according to the 1900 Benton Co., AR, Census of the Garfield area. VanZandt Family History
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CRIM, Ada Wilmer Feb. 24, 1901 Aug. 28, 1901 Research Note: Ada was probably a child of Levi Wiley and Mary Caroline (Morgan) Crim. Note
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CRIM, Charles June 16, 1920
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 11, 1922
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His father was given as Charles Crim born Washburn, MO and his mother as Lottie Morgan, born MO. The cause of death was pneumonia. Burial was in Hickman Cemetery. Charles Crim, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Death Certificate
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CRIM, Elizabeth (BRISCO) Nov. 1848
White River, AR
1915
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John R. - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Daughter of Isaac Brisco and Martha Durham. Elizabeth Brisco married W. B. Crim on Nov. 16, 1874 in Barry Co., MO. John R. was her son. - August 19, 1915, Cassville Republican - Est. Elisabeth Crim, dec'd John Crim, appointed administrator. Bond of $300 approved. Online Newspapers
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CRIM, John Riley Apr. 27, 1877
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 14, 1951
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Elisabeth (Mother) - Inscription: "Brother" - Research Note: His death certificate reads that he has never married. He was a son of Levi and Elizabeth (Brisco) Crim. Mat Brewer of Washburn gave the information. He was still single in the 1930 Census, Washburn, Barry Co., MO. Death Certificate
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CRIM, Maude L. Mar. 1, 1908
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 31, 1911
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Little Maude L. Crim, daughter of Charlie and Lottie" - Research Note: Her death certificate reads that she was age 2 years, 8 months old and a daughter of Charles and Lottie (Morgan) Crim. Death Certificate
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CRIM, William Benton Dec. 31, 1850
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 15, 1915
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Co B 51 Mo. Inf" - Research Note: Buried in Bradley Cemetery. He married Elizabeth Brisco in 1874. Children: John, Levi W., Maud L., and Snow F. Crim, all born near Washburn. He was a son of William S. and America (Bradley) Crim. Grandson of Luke Bradley. His father was born in TN and his mother in IN. - Cassville Republican, Jan. 28, 1915 - Washburn News: William Benton Crim died Friday, Jan. 15, at his home west of town of paralysis, age about 60 years. He leaves a wife and six children to mourn his death. They are Levi, Charles, John, Will of this place, Maude and Mrs. Matt Brewer of Seligman. Funeral services were conducted at the Union Church Saturday afternoon by Rev. Bishop and burial was made at the cemetery west of town. Mr. Crim was an old citizen of Barry County and a member of the M. E. Church, a regular attendant when his health would permit. The community extends sympathy to the bereaved family. Note
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CRIM, William Ira June 16, 1882
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 2, 1922
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate names him as a bridge builder and worked for L. W. Crim. His father was given as William B. Crim, born Washburn, MO and his mother Elizabeth Brisco, born White River, AR. Bertha Steinberg was given as his wife's name and he was divorced. Maud Crim, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Death Certificate
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O. or C. D. No Date No Date Research Note: Next to a sandstone that has F. P. T. or F. B. T. inscribed on it. Note
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DANIELS, Ann May 3, 1960 May 3, 1960 No Data Photo
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DAY, Leon 1921 1921 Inscription: "Our Darling" - Research Note: Son of Henry Bennett Day and Sarah Alma Mullins. Family Knowledge
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DAY, Linley 1922 1922 Inscription: "Our Darling" - Research Note: Son of Henry Bennett Day and Sarah Alma Mullins. Family Knowledge
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DAY, Richard Carrol Oct. 10, 1936
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 10, 1936
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads that he was a still born child, and that there was prolonged labor, a breach birth. His name was given as William Walter Day, born in MO, as his father and Esta Irene Townsend, born in AR, as his mother. Walter W. Day was the informant. Death Certificate
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DAY, Samuel James Oct. 10, 1937 Oct. 10, 1937 No Data Photo
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DUNFEE, Marsha (HILERY) Jan. 9, 1962 Nov. 27, 1995 Inscription: "Parent of Cody and Chase, Loving Mother, daughter and granddaughter" - Research Note: Raised by her grandparents, Everett Earl and Neoma (Banks) Hilery. Biological mother was Glenda Hilery. Headstone
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EAGAN, Arthur L. Dec. 13, 1929
Beaver, OK
Mar. 7, 2012
Cassville Health and Rehab.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Emery and Bessie (Bryan) Eagan. In 1973 he retired from the U.S. Air Force after 20 years of service, and moved to Washburn from Melvin, Kansas. He had a farming operation which included dairy, poultry houses. Mr. Eagan also owned and operated Eagan's Supply in Washburn since 1997. He married Betty Shulse on July 21, 1962, in Urich, Missouri. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Betty Eagan. White Funeral Home
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EAGAN, Pamela Lee Mar. 31, 1965 May 9, 1998 Research Note: Survived by her husband and one son. Diabetes was the cause of death. Headstone
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FRAZIER, Anna No Date Dec. 1951 Inscription: "Darling Angel" Photo
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GASTINEAU, Frederick Avaon July 26, 1937
Pea Ridge,
Benton Co., AR
Oct. 26, 2011
Pea Ridge,
Benton Co., AR
Research Note: He was the son of Franklin Roy Gastineau and Geneva (Hall) Gastineau. He served in the US Navy as a Petty Officer 3rd Class and was a supervisor at Daisy Manufacturing. He was a member of the Pea Ridge Church of Christ and is preceded in death by his parents; a half brother, Wayne Laughlin; one brother, Allan Gastineau; and one sister, Francene Gastineau Belcher. Sisco Funeral Home
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GATES, Mary Elizabeth (CASEBOLT) Apr. 1, 1846
OH
June 29, 1892
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the wife of James William Gates and one of her daughters was Sinia Alice Gates and she was married to William Calvin Hancock. Daughter of Harrison Casebolt and Rachel Archer. Mary's older stone has April 1, 1856 for the birth date and the newer on has 1846. The death date was reported in the paper as the 30th, but both stones have the 29th. It appears that the 1846 date is the correct one based on the obit. - Cassville Republican, July 7, 1892 - Washburn News: Thursday, June 30th, Mrs. Mary Gates, at the age of 44 years, 8 months, and 9 days, entered her rest. Mrs. Gates had been down sick for about ten weeks and had not enjoyed good health for about seventeen years. In her last days on earth she told her sorrowing friends that she did not fear death as she was prepared to meet the Lord. She had lived a devoted member of the Christian church for twenty-two years. She leaves, besides a host of warm friends, a husband and four children to mourn her loss. Her remains were interred at the Boren Graveyard, Friday, July 1st. - Another Stone Note
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HANCOCK, Infant 1897 Mar. 1897 Research Note: This child's mother was Alice Gates, and grandmother was Mary Elizabeth (Casebolt) Gates who is also buried in this cemetery. - Cassville Republican, March 25, 1897 - Washburn News: Died babe of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. (William Calvin) Hancock. Burial in Boren Cemetery. Online Newspapers
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HANNAH, Hopkins T. 1853
MO
Apr. 1929
State Hospital,
Nevada,
Vernon Co., MO
SSW: Sarah - Research Note: Parents not known and Co. Clerk of Barry Co., MO was the informant. - Son of Allen and Sarah Hannah. - Cassville Democrat April 12, 1929 - HOP HANNAH DIES AT NEVADA HOSPITAL SOON AFTER ARRIVAL - Within 48 hours after he arrived at the state hospital at Nevada. Hop Hannah, an old time and highly respected citizen residing at Wayne, passed away last Thursday morning. Mr. Hannah was ordered sent to that institution by the county court last Tuesday and in the company with his son, was taken to that place that morning. His condition was bad at that time and it was not expected that he would live long. He had lived in the county several years and was a good citizen. He leaves a wife and some children to mourn his passing. The Barr Undertaking Co., of Exeter went to Nevada, Thursday with their ambulance and returned the body to his home and interment was made Friday. - February 20, 1913, Cassville Republican - Ash No. 2 News: Charlie Hannah, near Wayne gave a nice dinner February 4th in honor of his father, H .T. Hannah's sixtieth birthday. He received several nice presents. Online Obit
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HANNAH, Sarah L. (CRIM) 1859 1933 SSW: Hopkins T. - Research Note: Homemade stone. She was a daughter of William S. and America (Bradley) Crim. Her father was born in TN and her mother in IN. Note
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HARRELL, Dorothy Jean (STANLEY) Aug. 2, 1918 Feb. 3, 1940 Research Note: Daughter of John Stanley and Bessie Marie (Day) (Stanley) Bailey. Bessie is buried at Maplewood Cemetery. - Another View Family Knowledge
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HAUCK, Daniel Rudolph Sept. 2, 1928 June 16, 1965 Inscription: "KANSAS PFC Co A 43 Armed Inf BN" - "Parent of Zenda and Rita" - Research Note: He first married Bernice Banks and then she later married Ralph McAllister. - Another Stone Note
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HELM, John M. Aug. 24, 1903 Mar. 28, 1980 SSW: Verble F. - Research Note: Son of Merideth Helm and his second wife Lillian Belle Duncan. He first married at age 23 to Jean Orr, age 20, on June 24, 1927 in Jackson Co., MO. He second married Verble Watson in 1941. MO Marriage Records
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HELM, Verble F. (WATSON) Nov. 3, 1907 Jan. 9, 1987 SSW: John M. - Research Note: Verble F. Watson, age 33, married John M. Helm, age 37, on May 3, 1941 in Liberty, Clay Co., MO. Both were from Kansas City, MO. MO Marriage Records
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HICKMAN, Infant Oct. 11, 1892 Oct. 11, 1892 Inscription: "Infant Dau. of O. and F. Hickman" Photo
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HICKMAN, Joe D. Aug. 9, 1906 Oct. 15, 1906 Inscription: "Son of C. T. and Viola Hickman" - Research Note: Son of Charles Townsend "Toney" Hickman and Viva Viola Chadd, both buried at Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Note
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HILERY, Everett Earl Apr. 2, 1924 May 20, 1989 SSW: Neoma - Inscription: "Married Oct. 26, 1943" - Another Stone - Inscription: "PFC US ARMY WWII" Headstone
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HILERY, Neoma (BANKS) Mar. 27, 1925
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
June 16, 2001
St. John's Hosp.,
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of Rice and Edith (Morgan) Banks, married Everett Earl Hilery on October 26, 1943, in Cassville, and he preceded her in death May 20, 1989. She retired in 1987 as head cook at Washburn Schools. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Washburn and Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion in Cassville. She was preceded in death by one sister, one grandchild, and one great grandchild. Monett Times
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MAIN, Bertha Lena (POE) 1891 Nov. 21, 1963 SSW: Samuel - Research Note: Daughter of James H. Poe and Margaret Frances Gillespy. Census
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MAIN, Bessie Apr. 29, 1910 Apr. 30, 1930 Research Note: Bessie, Harold, Ivan, Marvin, and Vera all have matching stones. Note
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MAIN, Harold No Date Jan. 12, 1920 No Data Photo
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MAIN, Helen Naomi Oct. 12, 1927 Oct. 20, 1979 Research Note: Wife of Ralph Leon Main. City Directories
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MAIN, Infant Apr. 28, 1910
Washburn Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 28, 1910
Washburn Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate is given under the name of Maine and lived 3 hours. Burial was on April 30, 1910 in Bradley Cemetery. The father was W. Larkin Main and the mother Margaret F. Poe, both born in MO. Death Certificate
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MAIN, Ivan No Data Apr. 14, 1911 No Data Photo
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MAIN, Margaret "Maggie" F. (POE) Feb. 25, 1882
Benton Co., AR
Feb. 24, 1926
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lark - Research Note: Her death certificate is indexed incorrectly by SOS and is indexed as Maier and not Main as it reads. Her father is given as Harve Poe, born IN, and mother, Frances Gillespy, born IA, and Lark Main, Washburn, MO, was the informant. The cause of death was given as general paralysis and W. P. Searcy, Exeter, MO, was her doctor's name. Death Certificate
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MAIN, Marvin Aug. 15, 1906 Aug. 18, 1906 No Data Photo
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MAIN, Marvin Early Sept. 18, 1909 Aug. 25, 1985 Inscription: "S 1 US COAST GUARD WW II" - Research Note: Son of Samuel Lane Main and Bertha Lena Poe. Headstone
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MAIN, Ralph Leon Sept. 23, 1922 July 18, 1989 Inscription: "EMI US NAVY WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Son of Samuel Lane Main and Bertha Lena Poe. His wife was Helen Naomi Main. Census
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MAIN, Samuel Lane Jan. 16, 1873 1965 SSW: Bertha - Research Note: Son of Benjamin Franklin Main and Nancy C. Brunson, both buried at Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Census
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MAIN, Vera Apr. 8, 1912 Apr. 11, 1912 No Data Photo
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MAIN, William Lark Oct. 20, 1880
Rich Hill,
Bates Co., MO
Dec. 11, 1944
Rural Washburn,
Ash Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Maggie - Research Note His death certificate names Benjamin F. Main as his father and Nancy Brunson was given as his mother. Lora Main (second wife) was given as his wife's name. He was a farmer. The cause of death was given as carcinoma. Mrs. Lora Main was the informant. - Cassville Democrat, May 26, 1917 - Washburn and Greasy Creek Mixups: Lark Main has a freak chicken with four legs; the hind pair do not reach the ground, but they get action when the youngster scratches for worms. Death Certificate
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MASON, Mary (MCCLARY) Nov. 2, 1840
Johnson Co., MO
Jan. 17, 1920
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Mary's death certificate reads that she was a daughter of James McClary and that her mother was ___ Grady. The birth places of her parents was unknown to the informant, T. E. Mason, Washburn, MO. She was age 79 years, 2 months and 15 days old when she died. She was buried in Hickman Cemetery, Jan. 19, 1920. - T. E. Mason, the informant, is buried in King Cemetery. He was a son of William James and Mary A. (McClary) Mason. His sister Nora was married to Bob Edens and Frank Smith. Woodrow Mason was his son. - Cassville Democrat, Jan. 24, 1920 - Another old citizen has been called from earth, after a sojourn of many years, to that land somewhere someday, we will all be called by the initiation of death, which brings a shudder to some, yet it must be. A splendid mother and citizen has been taken from the community in which she resided and will be sadly missed by those that she loved. Mrs. Polly Mason, who lived 3 miles west of Washburn, died Saturday, January 17, 1920, aged about 76 years, of heart trouble. She was the widow of the late Wm. J. Mason and formerly lived one mile southwest of Cassville, from where they moved to near Washburn. She leaves five sons and daughters surviving her, the husband dying several years ago. The children living are: Sterling, Thompson, Robert and Miss Cordelia Mason and Mrs. Vanzandt. Rev. Wm. Hancock conducted funeral services Monday and the remains were entered in Hickman cemetery. Death Certificate
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MASON, Nettie Belle (COTHRAN) Abt. 1889
MO
No Date Research Note: Her marriage certificate reads that her maiden name was Cothran. She married July 4, 1913 in Barry Co., MO to Sterling Mason. In 1930 she reported her age as 41, born in MO with both parents born in MO. George and Martha Salinda (Scrivener) Cothran from Douglas Co., MO, were her parents. Since her husband is buried here Nettie is possibly buried here, too. Her brother Gilbert is buried in King Cemetery. According to the death certificates her father was buried in Huffman Cemetery, which is in Douglas County, but he died in Barry County. - Phyllis' note: Might be buried at Seligman Cemetery. There is a death certificate for Nettie B. King, father George Cothran. Mother not named. Born Aug. 25, 1888 according to her age that was given. Died Dec. 11, 1945 at Cardwell Hosp., Stella, Newton Co., MO. Usual address was Seligman, MO. Husband was George King. Note
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MASON, Sterling Buckner Aug. 25, 1869
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 8, 1937
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads that the cause of his death was a cerebral hemorrhage. his father was William J. Mason and his mother was Mary McClary. The places of their birth was unknown to the informant, Mrs. Nettie Mason. His wife was listed as Nettie Belle Mason. He was age 67 years, 11 months and 13 days old when he died. In 1900 Sterling reported his birth date as August 1872, in Ash Twp., Barry Co., MO. Note
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MASON, William James Abt. 1841
MO
No Date Research Note: William James Mason is probably buried here by his wife. He was a son of Littleberry and Nancy (Durham) Mason. He married Mary McClary and had children Sterling, Robert, Nancy, Nora and maybe others. In 1880 he listed these and a baby in his household. He and Mary were both age 40. They lived in Flat Creek Twp., of Barry County. Note
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MCALLISTER, Bernice (HAUCK) (BANKS) Aug. 24, 1927
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 19, 2006
MO
SSW: Ralph W. - Research Note: Bernice O. McAllister, 78, of Washburn, died January 19. Mrs. McAllister was born August 24, 1927, in Washburn, the daughter of Rice and Edith Morgan Banks. She was a graduate of Washburn High School. She married Daniel Hauck. She married Ralph McAllister on June 12, 1974, and he preceded her in death February 7, 2005. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Neoma Hilery and Ozella Daniels. Graveside services were 1 p.m. today, January 23, at Hickman Cemetery in Washburn. Online Obit
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MCALLISTER, Ralph William Aug. 21, 1925
Henry Co., MO
Feb. 7, 2005
Red Rose Inn,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Beatrice - Research Note: He was a son of Edward M. and Lila E. (Winton) McAllister. Donna's Note: Ralph William McAllister, age 79, of Washburn, died February 7, 2005, at Red Rose Inn in Cassville. He was born August 21, 1925, in Henry County, MO and was a son of Edward M. and Lila E. (Winton) McAllister. He worked for Burlington Northern Railroad for 38 years and was a cattle farmer. He was a member of Brotherhood of United Transportation Union, Red Brangus Association, Missouri Horseshoe Pitchers Association, Tribe of Mic-O-Say, and the Baptist Church. He married Hazel Neel in 1943. He married Bernice (Banks) Hauck on June 12, 1974. Monett Times
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MOORE, LaVista L.A. Sept. 2, 1993 Dec. 17, 1994 Inscription: "Borrowed Angel" Headstone
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MORGAN, Anna Samantha (WEATHERS) Feb. 12, 1882
Barry Co., MO
July 29, 1951
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Joe - Research Note: Anna was a daughter of Allen Miles and Florence (Russell) Weathers, a descendant of Zachariah Haddock. This data adds information about her: Anna Samantha Morgan, Washburn, MO, born Feb. 12, 1882, died July 29, 1951, age 69, and was buried at Hickman Cemetery. She was married to Joe Morgan, Washburn. - Joplin Globe, July 31, 1951 - Mrs. Anna Morgan, 69, Dies Near Washburn - Cassville, Mo., July 30, Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Morgan, 69 years old who died at 4:30 O'clock Sunday afternoon at her home near Washburn will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday after noon at the family home. Brother Morton Woodward will officiate and burial will be in the Hickman Cemetery, under the direction of the Culver funeral home. Surviving are her husband, Joe Morgan, of the home; two sons Chris Morgan, both of Washburn; and three daughters, Mrs. Rice Banks, Mrs. George Henry and Mrs. Lawrence Mooney, all of Washburn. Culver Funeral Home
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MORGAN, Bennie Joe July 21, 1935
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 30, 2001
Seligman,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Chris H. and Hazel (Scott) Morgan. His wife was Arlene Lane, daughter of Adam Lane, from Seligman. He attended school in Washburn, and traveled throughout the Midwest constructing grain elevators for Barton Construction Inc. He was preceded in death by one son, Phillip Morgan. Monett Times
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MORGAN, Chris H. Mar. 25, 1908
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 7, 1968 SSW: Hazel M. - Research Note: He was a son of Joseph M. and Samantha Anna (Weathers) Morgan. He was a grandson of Allen Miles and Florence (Russell) Weathers and a great grandson of Milo Butler and Unice Mariah (Haddock) and a great-great grandson of Zachariah and Chloe (Albritton) Haddock. Note
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MORGAN, Fitz No Date May 1899 Research Note: May 25, 1899, Cassville Republican - Washburn News: Fitz Morgan died Tuesday and was interred Wednesday at the Hickman Cemetery. - Fitz was a child of Dr. Joshua and Sarah Ann (Hensley) Morgan. He was probably born about 1882. Online Newspapers
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MORGAN, Hazel M. (SCOTT) Sept. 28, 1914 Sept. 23, 1972 SSW: Chris H. - Research Note: Hazel Scott, age 17, married Chris Morgan, age 24, on Sept. 5, 1932 in Benton Co., AR. MO Marriage Records
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MORGAN, Joe M. Mar. 20, 1881 Oct. 11, 1952
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Anna - Research Note: According to his death certificate Taylor and Carrie Morgan were his parents. Anna Morgan was listed as his wife. Chris Morgan of Washburn, MO was the informant. - Zachary Taylor and Amai "Amy" Caroline (Dent) Morgan were his parents. 1930 Census of Barry Co., MO, listed Joe M. Morgan, age 49, born in MO. His wife was given as Anna S., age 48. Joe married at age 22 and Anna, at age 21. Anna was born in MO with MO born parents. Children were given as Chris H., age 22, born in MO; Willis R., age 19, born in MO; and Juanita C., age 14, born in MO. - Juanita married Lawrence Mooney and was buried in Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Death Certificate
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MORGAN, Joshua J., Dr. May 1, 1838
McMinn Co., TN
Apr. 12, 1911
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Dr. Joshua Gabriel Morgan was married to Elizabeth Doty in 1859, to Lucinda Rose, Mar 1, 1866, in Benton Co., AR, to Charlotte Story, Feb 5, 1875, Benton Co., AR, to Sarah Miller, April 10, 1879 in McDonald Co., MO and to Sarah A. Hensley in 1881. His death certificate reads that he was a son of Joshua Morgan and that his mother's maiden name was Vanzandt. - Son of Dr. Samuel Joshua and Margaret (Vanzandt) Morgan, buried in Old Potts Cemetery. Also listed as Joshua G. Morgan sometimes. - Jan. 13, 1898, Cassville Republican - Ash News: Dr. Josh Morgan is at the point of death with pneumonia. - Death Certificate states his date of birth as May 1, 1935, born in Tennessee, son of Joshua Morgan and ___ Vanzandt. Stone reads that he was born 1838 and that his name was J. J. Death Certificate
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MORGAN, Sarah Ann (HENSLEY) Abt. 1857 Nov. 3, 1913
Crim Home,
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Aged 56 Years" - Research Note: She was one of Dr. Morgan's 5 wives. Stone reads Nov. 3, as the death date. - November 13, 1913, Cassville Republican - Washburn News: Died Wednesday, November 5, at the home of her son-in-law, Levi Crim, Mrs. Morgan, of a complication of diseases. She had been in feeble health for a year or more. She was the widow of the late Dr. Morgan. She leaves two children to mourn her death, Mesdames Levi and Charlie Crim, and several step-children. Online Newspapers
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