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Maplewood Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

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STACY, Carolyn May 26, 1940 No Date SSW: Jimmy Hugh - Inscription: "Married Nov. 30, 1957" Photo
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STACY, Harry D. Nov. 19, 1907 Sept. 22, 1962
Los Angeles,
Los Angeles Co., CA
SSW: Hazel E. and Wendell C. - Research Note: Harry Stacy, age 21, married Hazel Brixey, age 19, both of Cassville, Barry Co., MO, on Nov. 18, 1928 in Benton Co. AR. Son of James T. Stacy and Amanda Jane Bradley. - September 11, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Harry Stacy had the misfortune to get a bone broken in the wrist of his right arm last week while playing. He is doing nicely. AR Marriage Index
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STACY, Hazel Elizabeth (BRIXEY) 1909 1956 SSW: Harry D. and Wendell C. - Research Note: She was the daughter of Hugh Samuel Brixey and Norma Thomas. Harry her husband and Wendell their son. Census
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STACY, Jimmy Hugh Oct. 4, 1936 June 7, 1998 SSW: Carolyn - Inscription: "Married Nov. 30 1957" - Research Note: Son of Harry D. Stacy and Hazel Elizabeth Brixey. Census
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STACY, Wendell C. 1933 1958 SSW: Harry D. and Hazel E. - Research Note: Son of Harry D. Stacy and Hazel Elizabeth Brixey. Census
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STACY, Wendell Paul July 3, 1958
San Fernando,
Los Angeles Co., CA
Aug. 22, 2007
Memphis,
Shelby Co., TN
Research Note: He was a son of Jim and Carolyn Stacy. His family lived at Lake Tahoe, Nevada before moving to Cassville, Missouri in 1965 to manage the Roaring River State Park Stables. He graduated from Cassville High School in 1976, where he served as president of the FFA. He attended Crowder College, the University of Arkansas, and Memphis State University, where he received his degree in Business Agriculture. He also received his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Journalism. While in College Wendell began working as a cameraman with a Northwest Arkansas television sports show, then went on to be the sports writer for the Razorback games and television sports anchor for a network in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He later became a television sports anchor for NBC in Little Rock, Ark., and went on to be a mainline television anchor and reporter for the ABC network in Memphis, Tennessee. At the time of his death, he was working as an investigative reporter and freelance writer. Cassville Democrat
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STANLEY, Benjamin Walter June 18, 1924
Washburn,
Barry Co. MO
May 7, 1982
Ridgley,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Willa Dean - Research Note: Son of John Stanley and Bessie Marie Day. - Military Stone - Inscription: "US ARMY WORLD WAR II" Census
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STANLEY, Willa Dean (ROBBINS) Apr. 19, 1931
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 6, 2001
Springdale,
Washington Co., AR
SSW: Ben Walter - Research Note: Daughter of Roxie and Opal (May) Robbins, married Ben Walter Stanley on February 11, 1946, in Galena, Kansas, and he preceded her in death in May of 1982. Monett Times
Aug. 8, 2001
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STANSBERRY, Makayla Faith Oct. 10, 2008
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
Oct. 10, 2008
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Infant daughter of Joel and Andrea (Hollingsworth) Stansberry. Born St. John's Regional Hospital, Joplin, Missouri. Barry Co. Advertiser
Oct. 15, 2008
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STANTON, John Bryan July 4, 1920 Oct. 16, 1950
Korean War
Inscription: "MISSOURI 1ST LT HQ CO 24 INF DIV WORLD WAR II - KOREA - DFC 2 - OLC AM II - OLC 2 PH" - Research Note: Cassville Republican, Oct. 4, 1951 - LAST RITES FOR LT. JOHN STANTON HELD YESTERDAY - Burial With Military Honors In Exeter's Maplewood Cemetery. - Funeral services were conducted for First Lieutenant John B. Stanton 30 years old, who was killed in action in Korean War, Oct. 16, 1950. The body arrived by rail at Exeter Saturday night at 10:15 o'clock. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lo Reta Stanton; a daughter Barbara Fail, and son, Gregory Alan, of Cassville; his mother, Mrs. Lee Smithson of Exeter; three brothers, William H. Stanton of Rialto, Calif; Sgt. Thomas B. Stanton of the U.S. Air Force; Ted A. Stanton of Pico, Calif; three sisters, Mrs. E. R. Campbell of Downey, Calif: Mrs. Jack Harold of Hollywood, Calif.; and Mrs. Clark W. Bowman of Cassville. - First Lieutenant Stanton was a decorated veteran of World War II. In Korea, he was an aerial observer with Division Headquarters, 24th Infantry Division. His L-5 observation aircraft was shot down while on a reconnaissance mission over enemy lines in North Korea on October 16, 1950. He survived an earlier shoot down by a Russian YAK fighter. For his leadership and valor, First Lieutenant Stanton was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Air Medal with 11 Oak Leaf Clusters, the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation, the Republic of Korea War Service Medal and the World War II Victory Medal. In 1961, Camp Stanton in Korea was named in his honor. - He was the son of John B. Stanton and Hallie (Yates) (Stanton) Smithson. Obit
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STANTON, LoReta Dossine, (EDMONDSON) (LAU) Aug. 2, 1918
Stroud,
Lincoln Co., OK
Jan. 13, 1997
MO
Inscription: "Mother of Barbara Gail - Gregory Alan" - Research Note: Wife of John B. Stanton. Second married Mr. Lau. Daughter of Doss E. Edmondson and Ada C. Cox. SS Claims Index
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STAPLETON, Mary Mollie (HADLEY) 1864 1951 SSW: Sterling Price - Research Note: She was the daughter of Everhart Hadley and Elizabeth Jane Bradley. Elizabeth Jane Bradley was the widow of Thomas Dillworth, who was killed by bushwhackers in the Civil War. She was a daughter of Lawrence and Sarah (Green) Bradley. Everhart is buried at the Henry Hadley Cemetery with his first wife Sarah Jane Box. Elizabeth Jane is buried at Maplewood. Census
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STAPLETON, Mildred (ELLIOT) Jan. 18, 1900
SD
Mar. 24, 1994
MO
SSW: Roy - Research Note: Roy B. Stapleton of Exeter MO married Millie Elliot of La Monte, Pettis Co., MO on Mar. 2, 1919 in Pettis Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
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STAPLETON, Ollia (BARR) 1876
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
June 5, 1896
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of John S. Stapleton, Age 19 yrs, 6 ms, 17 days - Daughter of J. N. and M. E. Barr" - Research Note: Ollie Barr, age 18, married John S. Stapleton, age 23, on Dec. 30, 1895 in Exeter, Barry Co., MO. - Cassville Republican, Jan. 3, 1895 - Licensed to Wed: John Stapleton, 23, Exeter and Ollie Barr, 18, Exeter. Daughter of John Newton Barr and Mariah Elmira Whiteis. Online Newspapers
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STAPLETON, Roy Bethel "PA" Nov. 23, 1892 Mar. 8, 1977 SSW: Mildred - Research Note: Son of Sterling Price Stapleton and Mary M. Hadley. Census
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STAPLETON, Sterling Price Nov. 13, 1861
Rural Pea Ridge,
Benton Co., AR
Sept. 25, 1938
At Home, Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary M. - Research Note: Wheaton Journal, Sept. 29, 1938 - Sterling Price Stapleton, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stapleton, was born near Pea Ridge, Ark., Nov. 13, 1861, and passed away at his home in Exeter, Mo., after a lingering illness, Sept. 25, 1938, age 76 years, 10 months and 12 days. He came to Barry County at the age of twenty-one and has resided in the county since that time. He was united in marriage to Miss Mary M. Hadley, June 15, 1890. To this union four children were born, one son and three daughters, who are Roy Stapleton of Exeter, Mrs. Mabel Weatherly and Mrs. Gladys Erwin, both of Exeter, and Mrs. Eunice Bennett of Palo, Kan.; five grand children; one brother, Earl Stapleton, of Seligman; two sisters, Mrs. Mamie Patterson of Bentonville, Ark., and Mrs. Dona Rogers of Pueblo, Colo. He professed faith in Christ at the age of eighteen years at the Peoples School House of near Seligman, Mo. He united with the Exeter Baptist Church twenty-eight years ago, and was a faithful and devoted member, serving as a Deacon of the church for a number of years. - He was the son of Isaac Stapleton and Sarah Mizer. Obit
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STARNES, Harold Dean Aug. 29, 1974
Germany
Oct. 15, 1975
Brooke Army Med. Center,
Fort Sam Houston,
Bexar Co., TX
Research Note: Usual residence was Exeter, Barry Co., MO. He was a patient for 7 days. Race, Korean. Son of Melvin Thomas Starnes and Youg U. Pak. Cause of death was a leak in the gas furnace, explosion and fire. Cardiopulmonary arrest, burn wound sepsis, 48 per cent thermal injury, total body surface. Place of injury was in the home, St. Roberts, Pulaski Co., MO. TX Death Certificate
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STARNES, Herman Cleo Sept. 14, 1900 Sept. 22, 1971 SSW: Lily M. - Research Note: He was the son of William T. Starnes and Luella J. Utter. Census
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STARNES, James Elvis Feb. 24, 1936
Ridgley,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 23, 2011
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Jessie M. - Inscription: "Married July 31, 1970" - Research Note: He was the son of the son of Herman Cleo and Lillie May (Stewart) Starnes. On July 31, 1970, in Exeter, Missouri, he was united in marriage to Jessie M. Cotton. Preceding him in death were his parents; three sisters, Wiletta Taylor, Pauline Crawford and Alene Spain and one brother, Melvin Starnes. At the age of six months James' family moved from Ridgley to Exeter, where he grew up. In 1956, he graduated from Exeter High School and continued living in Exeter his entire life. In 1964, James began working for Tyson Foods in Monett and retired from there in 1980. Fohn Funeral Home
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STARNES, Jessie M. (COTTON) July 29, 1945 No Date SSW: James E. - Inscription: "Married July 31, 1970" Photo
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STARNES, Lilly Mae (STEWART) Apr. 6, 1902 Apr. 22, 1972 SSW: Herman C. - Research Note: She was the daughter of Leonadus Melvin Stewart and Sarah Jane Wells. Census
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STARNES, Melvin Thomas Mar. 24, 1933
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 21, 1986
MO
SSW: Yong U. - Research Note: He was the son of Herman Cleo and Lilly Mae (Stewart) Starnes. Census
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STARNES, Yong U. (PAK) Sept. 16, 1953 No Date SSW: Melvin T. - Research Note: Youg U. Starnes was naturalized in Lake Charles, Louisiana on Dec. 14, 1971. Naturalization Records
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STARR, Narcissa (HENNINGER) Mar. 14, 1819
TN
July 23, 1885
MO
Inscription: "Wife of John A." - Research Note: She was one of eight children of Rev. John Young Henninger and Jane (Anderson) Henninger. Brother's DC
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STEEN, William Jackson 1835 1908 Research Note: He married the widow Alice Gaches in 1885 and had 2 sons George R. and William Roy. - October 7, 1905, Cassville Democrat - Exeter News: Will Williams sold an interest in his livery stable to W. J. Steen. - December 1, 1906, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - William Roy married Emma Martha Weatherly in 1906 in Exeter, MO. Daughter of Charles Sterling Weatherly and Nancy Elizabeth Erwin. - William Roy Steen, age 19, married Emma M. Weatherly, age 17, on Nov. 22, 1906 in Barry Co., MO. - Exeter News Items: Will (William Roy) Steen and Miss Emma Weatherly were married last week at the house of the bride's parents. Online Newspapers
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STEPHENS, Albert Florell "Pete" June 24, 1907
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 18, 1983
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ruth E. - Inscription: "Married Sept. 16, 1929" - Research Note: Husband of Ruth Elene (Henderson) Stephens. Married at Cassville, MO on Sept. 16, 1929 by Ruth's grandfather, Rev. James Tilman Brattin. Father of Laura Lou (born and died June 8, 1931), James Albert "Spiz", Linda Ruth, and Martha Ann. Son of Pharis Jackson Stephens and Eugenia "Jean" (West) Stephens of Exeter, MO. Brother of: Joseph West, Jessie Pearl DeBross, Bonnie Louise Bradford, Harry Lee, Donna Fredaline Smith, Ruby Maxine Stoops Pozniak, Pharis Jackson Jr., Marve Searcy, and Billie Gene. - Photo of Albert Headstone
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STEPHENS, Billie Gene June 1, 1927
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 22, 1972 SSW: Jolene - Research Note: Son of Pharis Jackson and Jean (West) Stephens. Billie was a lifetime resident of Exeter. He was a printer. He died at 12:15 a.m. at V.A. Hospital after being ill just a few hours. Military Stone Headstone
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STEPHENS, Billy Joe Aug. 18, 1981
Aurora,
Lawrence Co., MO
Dec. 15, 2003
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sara Lavona - Research Note: Billy Joe Stephens, 22, of Exeter, died December 15 from injuries sustained in a traffic accident. He was a 2000 graduate of Cassville High School. He was employed at a machinist at EFCO in Monett. He married Sara Conner on June 15, 2002. Son of Bobby and Joyce (Duncan) Stephens. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Bill Stephens; and his grandmother, Jolene Stephens. Fohn Funeral Home
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STEPHENS, Billy Ray May 14, 1932
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 28, 2011
Lyons,
Rice Co., KS
Research Note: He was a son of Clyde and Esther (Loomis) Stephens. A Chase, Rice Co., KS resident for the past 12 years formerly from Tulsa, he worked as a machinist at both ParCo Manufacturing in Owasso, OK, and McDonnell Douglas Aircraft in Tulsa, OK, as well as a Sears Service Technician in Springfield, MO. Stephens was a veteran serving the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Son Joe Allen Stephens, brothers, Jimmy, Jerry, and Ricky, and one sister Vera Beeler preceded Stephens in death. Lyons News
Mar. 28, 2011
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STEPHENS, Clyde A. Aug. 8, 1907 June 19, 1978 SSW: Jerry I. and Esther L. - Research Note: His wife was Esther Loomis, son of Silas Greenberry Stephens and Rose Vanzandt. Jerry was their son. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Dafner Lee (MARTIN) (BOX) Sept. 12, 1916
Everton, AR
Feb. 1, 2001
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Jack - Research Note: Daughter of Samuel T. and Mary F. (Taylor) Martin, married John Box, and he preceded her in death. She married Pharis J. Stephens, and he preceded her in death in 1985. She was a lifelong resident of Barry County and was employed for 25 years at Tysons in Cassville and Monett. She was preceded in death by two sons, one daughter, one brother, and two grandchildren. Monett Times
Feb. 2, 2001
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STEPHENS, Esther Leone (LOOMIS) June 14, 1911
IA
Apr. 5, 1976
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Jerry and Clyde A. - Research Note: Daughter of Obed Ambrose Loomis and Mildred Mae Mansfield. - Clyde Stephens, age 21, married Esther Loomis, age 18, on Aug. 14, 1928 in Benton Co., AR. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Faytema (CARGILE) July 5, 1905
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 25, 1990 SSW: John Willis - Research Note: Faytema Cargile, daughter of John Harbin Cargile and Loucresa Roller, wife of John Willis Stephens, married on Sept. 29, 1921 in Bentonville, Arkansas. She was the mother of Ralph. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Glenda L. (HERNDON) Dec. 23, 1940
Eureka Springs,
Carroll Co., AR
April 20, 2002
At Home, Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: W. A. "Bill" - Inscription: "Married June 10, 1966" - Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Lee and Audie (Reynolds) Herndon. Monett Times
April 23, 2002
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STEPHENS, Grace Lorraine (McNABB) Nov. 20, 1929
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 8, 1980
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Marve Searcy - Back of the stone reads "Parents of Lorrinda, Kay, Joe, Kevin" - Research Note: She was the daughter of John Auburn McNabb and Emma Grace Wooten. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Gralie Joe May 3, 1929
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 4, 2009
Freeman Hosp.,
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Dan and Margaret (Pendergraft) Stephens. On April 9, 1960, in Miami, Oklahoma, he was united in marriage to Joyce Darlene Antle. He was preceded in death by his parents; six brothers, Elmer, John, Leon, Ivan, Onza and Vernon Stephens; three sisters, Vesta Weathers, Emily Privett, Avo Shannon and Thelma Anderson and one grandson, Jimmy Stephens. Joe, as most people knew him, received his education at Washburn. Around 1960 he moved to Drexel, Missouri, where he was a self-employed logger and saw miller. Fourteen years ago he retired to Webb City to make his home. - His first wife was Virginia Ennis. Fohn Funeral Home
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STEPHENS, Harry Lee Nov. 10, 1915
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 9, 1945
Veteran's Hosp.,
Fayetteville, AR
Research Note: Son of Pharis Jackson Stephens and Eugenia Jean West. - Cassville Democrat, April 1945 - Harry Stephens, 29, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pharis Stephens of Exeter, died Monday night at the Veterans' Hospital in Fayetteville where he had been taken that forenoon. Mr. Stephens came home recently from the state of California. The condition of his health was such he was forced to stop in Kansas City for a rest. In addition to his parents, he is survived by Albert and Joe Stephens of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Bonnie Bradford of Exeter, Mrs. Ruby Stoops of Tulsa, Mrs. Fredaline Smith of California, Marve Stephens and Mrs. Sherman DeBross of Monett, and Jack Stephens with the armed forces. Headstone
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STEPHENS, "Jean" Eugenia W. (WEST) July 8, 1883
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 19, 1967
Lacoba Nursing Home
Monett, MO
SSW: Pharis Jack - Research Note: Cassville Democrat, Dec. 1967 - Daughter of Joseph T. and Louisa "Lou" Virginia (Inman) West. Mrs. Stephens was a lifelong resident of Barry County. She was a member of the Christian church. Survivors include five sons, Joe Stephens, Ponca City, Okla., Albert Stephens, Burbank, Calif., Jack Stephens, Marve Stephens, and Bill Stephens, all of Exeter, Mo; four daughters, Mrs. Jessie DeBross, Monett, Mo., Mrs. Bonnie Bradford, Bell, Calif., Mrs, Fredalene Smith, Fresno, Calif., and Mrs. Ruby Stoops, San Fernando, Calif.; 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Jerry I. July 20, 1945 Oct. 14, 1975 SSW: Esther L. and Clyde A. - Research Note: He was the son of Clyde A. Stephens and Esther L. Loomis. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Joe Allen Jan. 1, 1961 Dec. 17, 1962 Inscription: "Our Darling Baby" - Research Note: Son of Billy Ray Stephens. Father's Obit
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STEPHENS, John Willis July 23, 1898
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 1, 1981
At Home, Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Faytema Stephens - Research Note: Johnny W. Stephens (twin), 83 years old, Washburn, Missouri, Route 1, died at 12:22 a.m. Thursday at his home following a lengthy illness. He was born to Rev. Nathan Stephens and Janie (Lawson) Stephens on July 23, 1898, near Washburn, Missouri and was a lifelong resident of the Washburn-Exeter area. He was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church near Exeter. He married Faytema Cargile September 29, 1921 at Bentonville, Arkansas. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Jolene (HARGUS) Jan. 30, 1933
Seymour, MO
Aug. 17, 2003
MO
SSW: Billie G. - Research Note: She was the daughter of Luther and Mary (Cantrell) Hargus. On Nov. 28, 1950 she was united in marriage to Billie Gene Stephens. He preceded her in death in Dec. 1972. She was also preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Clarence; and two sisters, Lois and Lorine. She worked for Jumping-Jacks Shoes for about 18 years in Monett and Cassville. She also worked for Fasco, retiring in 1995. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Joyce "Darlene" (ANTLE) June 21, 1940
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
July 11, 2011
Rehab. Center,
Raymore,
Cass Co., MO
SSW: Joe - Inscription: "Married April 9, 1960" - Research Note: She was the daughter of Gene and Doris (Charles) Antle. On April 9, 1960 she married Gralie Joe Stephens in Miami, Oklahoma. He preceded her in death on November 4, 2009. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by one grandson. White Funeral Home
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STEPHENS, Laura Lou June 8, 1931
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
June 8, 1931
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Linda's post: She was the first child of Albert F. and Ruth E. (Henderson) Stephens - stillborn June 8, 1931 at Cassville. I believe she is buried in the same lot with mother and daddy. Note
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STEPHENS, Marve Searcy July 11, 1924
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 29, 2000
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Grace Lorraine - Research Note: Son of Pharis Jackson and Jean (West) Stephens, he married Grace Lorraine McNabb on May 9, 1948, in Exeter, and she preceded him in death August 8, 1980. He was a 1942 graduate of Exeter High School. He had worked in oil fields in the state of California and in the late 1960s had moved to Exeter where he farmed. He was preceded in death by five brothers and four sisters. Monett Times
Oct. 3, 2000
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STEPHENS, Neva Lou (GEHRING) (ARNOLD) Apr. 18, 1939 No Date SSW: Ralph E. Stephens - Inscription: "Wed Aug. 3, 1956" - Research Note: Wife of Ralph Edgar Stephens. Married Aug. 3, 1956 at Whitewater, Kansas. He died July 23, 2001. She second married J. C. "Blackie" Arnold. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Pharis Jackson Sr. Mar. 17, 1880
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 26, 1947
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Jean W. - Research Note: Son of Albert and Mary (Woods) Stephens. His death certificate gives March 17, 1881 as his birth date, stone reads 1880. Jean Stephens was given as his wife's name and he was a stockman. He died from the effects of a cerebral hemorrhage. - Cassville Democrat, Mar. 1947 - Pharis Jackson Stephens, 66, life-long resident of Exeter community, died at his home there on Wednesday, Feb. 26, after a short illness from a cerebral hemorrhage suffered early Sunday morning. He was born 3 and 1/2 miles north of Exeter on March 17, 1880 and was a son of the late J. A. and Mary Stephens. Mr. Stephens was united in marriage to Jean West, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. T. and Lou West of Exeter on September 3, 1902. He engaged in the grocery business with Mr. West for a time and later became overseer for the Exeter Special Road District to serve some 20 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Jean West Stephens; five sons, Joe Stephens, Ponca City Okla.; Albert (Pete) Stephens, Oklahoma City; Jack and Marvin Stephens, California; Billie Stephens in the service at Ft. Sill, Okla., and four daughters, Mrs. Jessie Debross, Monett; Mrs. Lloyd Bradford, Canby, Calif.; Mrs. Fredaline Smith, Fresno, Calif.; and Mrs. Ruby Stoops, San Fernando, Calif.; two brothers, Clarence and Keet Stephens; and four sisters, Mrs. Lennie McCarroll, Kansas City; Mrs. Norma Black, Pittsburg, KS; Mrs. Clara Rice, San Diego, Calif.; and Mrs. Maude Derrick, Venice, Calif., and seven grandchildren. - Pharis was the son of James Albert Stephens and Mary Susan (Wood) Stephens, born at Exeter, Barry County, MO. - Another Stone - Stephens Children Headstone
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STEPHENS, Pharis Jackson, Jr. May 29, 1922
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 6, 1985
Veterans Hosp.,
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., AR
SSW: Dafner - Research Note: Cassville Democrat, Apr. 1985 - He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving in Europe during and in World War II. He was a retired farmer and construction worker. He married Dafner Lee Martin September 27, 1967, in Cassville. Son of Pharis Jackson Stephens Sr. and Jean West. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Jackie Crowe and Mrs. Kathy Kasey, both of Southwest City; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Loretta Ellis and Mrs. Linda Mattingly, both of Exeter; a stepson, Junior Box, Butterfield; a brother, Marve Stephens, Exeter; four sisters, Jessie Debross, Monett, Bonnie Bradford, Bell, California, Fredaline Smith, Fresno, California, and Ruby Stoops, San Fernando, California; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. - Military Stone - Inscription: "Tec 5 US Army World War II" Headstone
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STEPHENS, Ralph Edgar Mar. 21, 1927
Jacket,
McDonald Co., MO
July 23, 2001
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Neva L. - Inscription: "Wed Aug. 3, 1956" - Research Note: Son of John Willis and Faytema (Cargile) Stephens. Ralph was a 1944 graduate of Exeter High School. He worked at McGruder Handle Factory and had been a welder. He also worked at Vollenweider Orchards and at MFA Fertilizer Plant in Exeter, retiring in 1992. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Ruth Elene (HENDERSON) Sept. 6, 1907
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 25, 1990
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Albert F. Inscription: "Married Sept. 16, 1929" - Research Note: Daughter of Rev. Calvin Emory Henderson and Clara LeMay (Brattin) Henderson. Wife of Albert Florell Stephens. Married Sept. 16, 1929 by her grandfather, Rev. James Tilman Brattin, at Cassville, MO. Mother of Laura Lou, James Albert (Spiz), Linda Ruth, and Martha Ann. Sister of Carl Henderson, Wilma Lenore (Henderson) Hawk, Charles Tilman Henderson, and Francis Marion (Henderson) Casper. Headstone
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STEPHENS, Ruth Mary (PREWITT) Apr. 12, 1923
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 15, 2011
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Finis and Lori (Stephenson) Prewitt. On December 8, 1940, in Barry County, she was united in marriage to Leon Stephens, who preceded her in death on November 11, 1996. Also preceding her in death were her parents; a daughter-in-law, Donna Stephens; five brothers, Bethel, Gene, J.R., Bob and Frankie Ray Prewitt and two sisters, O. Dean Senters and Eva Mae Higgs. Ruth received her education at Wheaton, where she graduated from High School. She lived in Washburn most of her life, where she farmed and worked in the saw mill with her husband. Fohn Funeral Home
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STEPHENS, Sara Lavonna (CONNER) Aug. 24, 1982 No Date SSW: Billy Joe Headstone
Gerald Haddock
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STEPHENS, William Arnold "Bill" Feb. 4, 1928
LaMesa,
Dawson Co., TX
Feb. 28, 2010
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Glenda L. - Inscription: "Married June 10, 1966" - Research Note: He was a son of Robert and Annah (Krey) Stephens. On June 10, 1966, in LaMesa, he was united in marriage to Glenda L. Herndon, who preceded him in death on April 20, 2002. On April 16, 1946, he entered the United States Army, serving until October 31, 1947. For twenty-five years he owned and operated Bill's Drive-In in Texas. Fohn Funeral Home
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STEPHENSON, Cleo Wesley Dec. 12, 1926 June 10, 1957
Dangerfield,
Morris Co., TX
Research Note: Cassville Republican, June 13, 1957 - FORMER EXETER MAN KILLED IN TEXAS ACCIDENT - Word was received here Monday afternoon of the accidental death of Cleo Stephenson, 31 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Stephenson (John Wesley Stephenson and Jewell England) of the Calvary community north of Exeter, who was employed with a construction firm at Lone Star, Texas. According to reports, Stephenson, who had been living in Mt. Pleasant, Texas for the past four or five years, was working in a steel mill at nearby Dangerfield. He visited here last week with his parents and had taken his wife, the former Miss Pat Callison of Cassville and their two small sons, to visit her mother in Columbia, Missouri. He had returned to Texas alone and resumed work. This morning he was killed. Other survivors include two brothers and one sister. Obit
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STEPHENSON, Jewell Nadine (ENGLAND) Sept. 15, 1908
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 6, 1990
MO
SSW: J. Wesley - Research Note: Daughter of Charles E. and Edith E. (Reed) England. Note
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STEPHENSON, Jimmie Dale Jan. 18, 1936
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 11, 1958
Hwy. 37, Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a truck driver and divorced 3 times. Son of John Wesley Stephenson and Jewell England. Usual address was 202 16th St., Cassville, MO. His left chest was crushed in a car/truck accident. Mrs. Leroy Brattin (his sister Sue) of Cassville, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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STEPHENSON, John Wesley June 30, 1904
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 23, 1990
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Jewell - Research Note: He was the son of Robert Lee Stephenson and Mary Minerva Patton. Stephenson received his education at the Swindel College school. He was a life-long resident and farmer of Barry County. Headstone
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STEWART, Anselle I. July 24, 1887 Sept. 25, 1969 No Data Photo
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STEWART, Faye Valentine (WATSON) Feb. 14, 1910
Pittsburg,
Crawford Co., KS
Nov. 9, 2000
Rogers,
Benton Co., AR
Research Note: Daughter of John Edward and Bertha Mae (Dorris) Watson, married Leon Stewart, May 22, 1935, in Washburn, and he preceded her in death January 22, 1980. Monett Times
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STEWART, Laura Myrl (ERWIN) Sept. 3, 1907
Wayne,
Barry Co., MO
May 21, 1930
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Fred Walter and Ora Myrtle (Walker) Erwin. First wife of Leon Stewart. Peratonitus was the cause of death. Phyllis Posted: Family story has it that Laura had given birth to Naoma and the doctor came by. The doctor went straight in without washing up and had dirty hands and was all filthy. He examined her in this condition. Laura developed an infection and by the time she got in to the hospital it was too late. Three doctors tried to save her. Death Certificate
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STEWART, Leon Aug. 23, 1902 Jan. 22, 1980
Nevada State Hosp.,
Nevada,
Vernon Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Oscar and Naomi Allie (Berryhill) Stewart. He first married Laura Myrl Erwin and second Faye Watson. Note
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STILL, Anthony Emory Apr. 21, 1907 May 8, 1993 SSW: Mary E. - Research Note: He was the son of William Sherman Still and Mary Eleander Cargile. Headstone
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STILL, Edgar Floyd "Pete" Oct. 25, 1932
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 1, 2005
Grandview,
Jackson Co., MO
SSW: Norma Sue - Inscription: "Married June 21, 1958" - Research Note: Edgar F. Still, age 25, married Norma June Eggleston, age 20, on June 21, 1948 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO. He was the son of James Washington Still and Mabel Clara Cole. MO Marriage Records
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STILL, Fern (VINCENT) Sept. 17, 1917
Izard Co., AR
Nov. 24, 1987
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Walter - Research Note: Full name was Mable Francis Fern Vincent. Daughter of William James Vincent and Fanny Mae Neil. Census
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STILL, James Washington Nov. 26, 1884
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
May 5, 1971
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mabel C. - Research Note: He was son of Cornelius Neil Still and Nancy Ann Rogers. He married Mabel Clara Cole. - July 31, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Big Springs News: J. W. Still who was hurt in a runaway is up again and thinks he can take another buggy ride Sunday. Census
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STILL, Joe Walter Aug. 11, 1947
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 24, 2003
At Home, Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Photo of stone at findagrave.com. Joe Walter Still, 56, of Exeter, died November 24 at his home. Mr. Still was a logger. Son of Walter Royal Still and Mable Frances Fern Vincent. Fohn Funeral Home
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STILL, Mabel Clara (COLE) Mar. 1, 1896
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 19, 1993
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James W. - Research Note: Mable Clara Cole was daughter of Fred Cole and Lena Estella Antle. - July 6, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Union Valley: Fred Cole visited his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Still, near Cassville, Sunday. - July 20, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Union Valley News: Ross Cole spent the latter part of last week with his sister, Mrs. J. W. Still near Cassville. - Cassville Republican, Nov. 20, 1919 - Mrs. Fred Cole and two little daughters, Gladys and Hazel, spent Saturday night and Sunday at J. W. Still's near Cassville. Census
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STILL, Mary Elizabeth (SMITH) Aug. 5, 1911
Neosho,
Newton Co., MO
Oct. 1, 1984
Joplin, Jasper Co., MO
SSW: Anthony Still - Research Note: Mary Smith, age 21, married Anthony Still, age 25, on Oct. 13, 1932 in Neosho, Newton Co., MO. Daughter of John Lewis Smith and Rosa Bell Coates. Headstone
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STILL, Norma June "Junie" (EGGLESTON) Dec. 27, 1938
Tulare Co., CA
Feb. 2, 1998 SSW: Edgar "Pete" - Inscription: "Married June 21, 1958" - Research Note: Her parents were Eura and Marian (Snook) Eggleston. Doc Eggleston was her grandfather. The Eggleston family is buried in King Cemetery near Seligman. Classmate and friend
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STILL, Virginia F. (VINCENT) Sept. 1, 1928
Farmington,
St. Francois Co., MO
Apr. 21, 2015
Mercy Hosp.,
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: She was the daughter of Truman and Maudie (Burgin) Vincent. On September 7, 1947, in Cassville, she was united in marriage to Clarence "Popeye" Still who preceded her in death on February 6, 2015. Also preceding her in death were her parents; one sister, Melba and a son-in-law, Jim Durham. Virginia was a graduate of Exeter High School. As a young girl she resided in Southeast Missouri, before moving to Barry County. For a few years she was employed with the Telephone Company in Mt. Vernon, Missouri. She then owned and operated Virginia's Beauty Salon for thirty-eight years. Fohn Funeral Home
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STILL, W. Clarence "Popeye" Dec. 25, 1924
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 6, 2015
At Home, Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of James and Mabel (Cole) Still. He attended Union Valley School and later proudly served in the United States Army during World War II in Germany. He was united in marriage to Virginia Vincent on September 7, 1947, in Cassville, Missouri, to which they shared 67 wonderful years. He was preceded in death by his mother and father; one sister, Blanche Nickols; four brothers, Walter, Cole, Vernon and Edgar "Pete" Still and one son-in-law, Jim Durham. He hauled milk, worked in a lumber mill, for the telephone company and did machine work. He co-owned Still Well-Drilling and Nelson-Still Metal Buildings. He owned and operated High-Valley Kennel. He loved racing cars, raising cattle and having a large garden. Fohn Funeral Home
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STILL, Walter Royal Feb. 9, 1917
Flat Creek,
Barry Co., MO
May 11, 1997
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Fern - Research Note: He was the son of James Washington Still and Mable Clara Cole. Census
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STITH, Coralie (ERVIN) 1876
Lewisville,
Denton Co., TX
1967
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Henry P. - Research Note: Daughter of George W. Ervin and Alice Wynne. Census
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STITH, Henry Pointer Nov. 9, 1869
Holly Springs,
Marshall, MS
Dec. 10, 1935
OK
SSW: Coralie - Research Note: Son of Judge Henry Stith and Sarah Pointer. - March 24, 1898, Barry Co., MO, Cassville Republican - Purdy News Items: W. S. Foster of the Purdy Hardware Co., has sold his farm, known as the Jack Long farm, 3 miles south of Purdy, to H. B. (P?) Stith of Jasper County. Census
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STITH, Sarah (POINTER) April 11, 1834
Caswell Co., NC
Nov. 21, 1898
Dallas, TX
Research Note: She was a keeper of photos, obits and other items of genealogical and historical interest. Her husband, Henry, is listed on the rolls of Forrest's staff at Citronelle, Ala. at the end of the Civil War. Daughter of Dr. David Pointer and Obedience Torian. Census
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STOCKTON, Francis Howard Aug. 19, 1920
Arkansas City,
Cowley Co., KS
June 6, 1970
Butterfield,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "MISSOURI BMI US NAVY WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Father of Miss Mickey June Stockton and Mr. Connie Stockton. Son of George Marion Stockton and Mary Inez (Loving) (Stockton) Richardson. Frances died from burns and multiple injuries suffered in an auto accident on Hwy. 37 in Butterfield when he failed to stop at a stop sign and hit the side of a gasoline truck. The truck caught fire and burned. Frances lived in Exeter. He was employed with Mitchell Manufacturing Co. in Monett. He was a U. S. Navy veteran of World War II. He was also a member of the Monett VFW post. Family
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STOCKTON, George Marion May 18, 1898
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 15, 1969
Stella Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
Research Note: Husband of Mary Inez (Loving) (Stockton) Richardson. Mary married George M. Stockton on Apr. 27, 1919, divorced, then married Glen Richardson in Santa Rose, CA on Mar. 1, 1946 and is buried at Macedonia Cemetery in Stella, MO. Son of Willis Green Stockton and Mabel (Shackelford) Stockton. Brother of Emmillia "Emma" S. (Stockton) Roller. Paternal Grandparents: George Marion Sr. and Millicent "Milley" Frances (Henson) Stockton. Census
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STOCKTON, Mabell (SHACKELFORD) Apr. 16, 1882
Mercer Co., MO
Nov. 6, 1953
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Willis G. - Research Note: Daughter of Joseph Shackelford and Louemma (Brown) Shackelford. Wife of Willis Green Stockton, married Jan. 7, 1897 in Newtonia, MO. Mother of George Marion Stockton and Emmillia "Emma" S. (Stockton) Roller. Family
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STOCKTON, Willis Green Mar. 26, 1875
Bates Co., MO
Nov. 1, 1956
At Home, Ridgley,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mabell - Research Note: Husband of Mabell (Shackelford) Stockton. Married Jan. 7, 1897. She died Nov. 6, 1953. Son of George Marion and Millicent "Milley" Frances (Henson) Stockton, Sr. Brother of Margaret Emaline Wilson Loving, Martha Elizabeth Byers Stewart, William Elijah, George Marion Jr., John James, MT, Ruben Charles, Charles Major, and Benjamin H. Stockton. Half brother of Thomas J. Stockton. Maternal Grandparents: Demarius and Margaret (Howard) Henson. Paternal Grandparents: Thomas and Elizabeth "Betsy" Ann (Scott) Stockton. Family
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STOOPS, Curtis N. May 16, 1914 Jan. 31, 1992 Research Note: He was the son of Perry Alonzo Stoops and Elizabeth Driesel. Curtis Stoops, age 24 of Aurora, MO, married Ruby Stephens, age 18 of Exeter, MO, on Sept. 17, 1938 in Benton Co., AR. Daughter of Pharis Jackson Stephens and Eugenia West. Census
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STOTTS, Almeda (EVANS) (COFFER) Aug. 9, 1872
Carthage,
Jasper Co., MO
May 10, 1944
Oak Park,
Cook Co., IL
SSW: William O. - Research Note: She first married Thomas Coffer, divorced in 1920 census. Daughter of James Evans born KY and Emily Boswell. IL Death Index
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STOTTS, Myron Green "Mike" May 9, 1900
OK
Apr. 17, 1973 Research Note: He was the son of William Ora Stotts and Almeda Evans. He first married Maud, according to the 1930 Census, Augusta, Butler Co., KS. - Myron Green Stotts, age 60, married Emily Lelah Pride, age 55, on Sept. 9, 1969 in Wheaton, Barry Co., MO. Census
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STOTTS, William Ora Oct. 10, 1856
Marion Co., IA
Aug. 10, 1919
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Almeda - Research Note: He was the son of George Washington Stotts and Elizabeth Howard Crawley. He first married Kate Ellen Stockton, died 1894 in Lawrence Co., MO and second Almeda Evans. Census
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STRINGER, Arvilla Mae (ROBBINS) (BROCK) Dec. 7, 1929
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 30, 2015
Cox South Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: She was the daughter of George "Neil" and Ida Belle (Garner) Robbins. On October 27, 1951, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Arvilla was united in marriage to Robert Lee Stringer who preceded her in death on January 9, 2014. Also preceding her in death were her parents, four sisters and five brothers. Had surviving son with the surname Brock. Arvilla attended elementary school in Roaring River School, Cassville, Missouri, graduating high school and one year of Business College in Georgia. In 1968 she and Bob moved from Columbus, Georgia, to Exeter, Missouri, to make their home. For twenty six years she volunteered at the Second Act in Cassville, Missouri. Fohn Funeral Home
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STRINGER, Robert "Bob" L. Dec. 11, 1929
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 9, 2014
Red Rose Health
and Rehab.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Charles and Delphine (Howard) Stringer. On October 27, 1951, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, he was united in marriage to Arvilla Robbins. Bob grew up in Barry County. In 1948, he joined the United States Army, retiring on February 29, 1968. He served in Germany, in Korea and two times in Vietnam. Bob ran filling stations in Cassville, Exeter and Wheaton; was employed at Miracle and then owned a small engine shop at his home. After his retirement he enjoyed working on lawn mowers, fishing and building bird houses. He was a member of Cassville VFW and American Legion. Fohn Funeral Home
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STUART, Myrtle (SMITH) (DAVIDSON) Sept. 4, 1892 Apr. 5, 1987 Research Note: Daughter of Charles Marion Smith and Elizabeth Virginia Swiger, both buried at Maplewood Cemetery. She first married Luther Monroe Davidson, buried at Maplewood Cemetery. Myrtle Smith married Luther Davidson on Oct. 24, 1909 in Barry Co., MO. Her second husband was M. L. Stuart. Luther's DC
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STUBBLEFIELD, Ardella "Della" "Dillie" (JOHNSON) Oct. 19, 1876
Springdale,
Washington Co., AR
Sept. 20, 1924
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Photo of stone at findagrave.com. Wife of Grant Stubblefield. - Mrs. Ardella (Johnson) Stubblefield was born at Springdale Ark., Oct. 19th, 1876, and came to Barry county, Mo., with her parents, J.W. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, who both survive her. In 1892, she and Grant Stubblefield were married and to this union, four sons were born, who are; --- Clyde, Carl, Ware and Earle Stubblefield, all prominent young men of this section and the husband all survive her. In the year 1910, at the age of 16 years, she was converted and united with the Corinth Baptist church, near Cassville, and had lived a devoted life up until her departure. She departed this life, Saturday, Sept. 20, 1924, at the age of 47 years, 11 months and 1 day. Saturday morning, her husband, Grant Stubblefield, came to Cassville and remained until about 5:30 P.M., when he returned home, accompanied by his son Carl and family. On arriving at the Stubblefield home, they did not see Mrs. Stubblefield, and Grant said he expected she was over at another peach orchard, a short distance from the home, so he started to go over there, and when a portion of the way, he looked in the direction of the barn, and discovered his wife hanging by the neck, with her feet resting on the ground. They hastily cut her down and carried her into the home and summoned Dr. Chandler of this city, who examined her and said her neck was unjointed and that she had been dead several hours. She had doubled a rope and made a slip noose around her neck, with the knot on the rope to a cross timber or rafter, jumped or swung off of the ladder, ending her life. She appeared to be in the usual frame of mind on the morning of her untimely ending and we understand she had talked of ending her life. She evidently, was not in her right mind or she would not have severed the brittle thread of life, leaving all her loved ones in a cold and cruel world. She was at the critical point in women's lives when such occurrences are liable to happen. Some 15 years ago, she suffered a derangement of her mind and she spent 3 or 4 months in the State Hospital at Nevada. - Death Certificate - Suicide by hanging. Was found dead by her husband, Grant Stubblefield. Daughter of J. W. born AR and Sarah E. Johnson born IN. Online Newspapers
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STUBBLEFIELD, Arthur Dec. 24, 1873
Barry Co., MO
June 22, 1942
At Home,
Rural Eagle Rock,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His wife at the time of his death was given as Lizzie Stubblefield. Son of Elisha D. Stubblefield born TN and Eliza Earle born IL. Grant Stubblefield of Cassville, MO was given as the informant. - Arthur Stubblefield, age 33, married Lizzie Darity, age 20, on Oct. 22, 1906 in Barry Co., MO. Divorced in the 1940 census. - August 28, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - A barn on Arthur Stubblefield's farm, located about 4 miles southeast of Eagle Rock, was struck by lighting Wednesday of last week and burned. A man working on the farm was in the barn when it was struck and was badly stunned. Several tons of hay and some farming implement was burned. There was no insurance. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, April 4, 1918 - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stubblefield of near Eagle Rock were in Cassville Thursday. Mr. Stubblefield has some good grade Cotswold sheep on his farm. He told of a young lamb which he weighted one day old that weighed 16 pounds. Death Certificate
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STUBBLEFIELD, Belle (SMITH) Mar. 8, 1894
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 25, 1963
Burge Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Lon - Research Note: Cassville, MO resident. Daughter of Alice Smith. Father not named. - 1910 Census, Exeter, Barry, Missouri, gives Belle L. Smith, age 16, living with her grandmother Mary Smith, age 69. Mary is buried at Maplewood with her husband John Smith. Belle is also with John and Mary Smith in the 1900 Census, Exeter, Barry, Missouri, as Louisa B., age 5, granddaughter. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Bernice Marie (THOMAS) Dec. 17, 1901
Verona,
Lawrence Co., MO
Aug. 17, 1982
Columbia,
Richland Co., SC
SSW: Royce R. - Research Note: She was the daughter of Charles Andrew Thomas and Lucinda Josephine Black. Parents
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STUBBLEFIELD, Clay Mar. 27, 1856
TX
Mar. 31, 1928
Jim Wells Co., TX
Research Note: Son of Isaac Newton Stubblefield and Nancy Jane Scott. He married Martha S. Henbest on June 1, 1884 in Barry Co., MO. - January 11, 1908, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Clay Stubblefield bought the old Eli Strait farm from Charlie Thomas last Saturday. This farm is located near the Golden ford on White River. - May 1, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Barrett of Black Oak, Ark., arrived Thursday for a visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. Emmett Freeze and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stubblefield. - June 26, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Milwaukee News: Clay Stubblefield received word Friday that his daughter, Mrs. Dr. Barrett was very bad at Memphis, Tenn. He went at once to her bedside. - August 28, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - We are informed that Mrs. Ettalee Barrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stubblefield, southwest of town, is making speedy recovery from recent illness. She returned last week to Jonesboro, Ark., from Memphis, Tenn., where she took treatment in a hospital for several weeks. After a visit with relatives at Jonesboro, she will return to her home at Black Oak, Ark. - August 26, 1915, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: Allen Stubblefield returned to Black Oak, Ark., the first of the week after a seven week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stubblefield, south of town. Allen has invested in land at Black Oak and says that the crop on his farm this year is fine. - Aug. 10, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Penn Stubblefield of Pitman, Okla., is visiting his brother Clay Stubblefield, southwest of Cassville. They returned the first of the week from a visit with their brother, John, at Kansas City. - December 15, 1917, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stubblefield returned Monday from Black Rock, Ark., where they had gone to visit their daughter Mrs. Ettalee Barrett, who was in a hospital at Jonesboro. She was improved when they left. - December 29, 1917, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Mrs. Ettalee Barnett who has been in the hospital at Jonesboro, Ark., has recovered sufficiently to return to her home at Black Oak, Ark. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stubblefield of near this city. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, May 1, 1919 - Albert Stubblefield south of town is in Kansas City this week visiting his father, Clay Stubblefield, who has been in Kansas City for six weeks taking medical treatment. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, June 12, 1919 - Miss Leona Stubblefield south of town left Monday evening for Kansas City to visit her father, Clay Stubblefield, who is taking treatment there for heart trouble. - Cassville Republican, Sept. 11, 1919 - Clay Stubblefield south of town who had been for five months at Kansas City taking treatment and helping to look after his mother, returned to Kansas City Tuesday night. - Cassville Republican, Sept. 4, 1919 - Clay Stubblefield who has been in Kansas City for several months taking treatment and visiting his mother, returned home Saturday. He says he is feeling better than he did for awhile. His many friends here are glad to know of his improvement in health. - Cassville Republican, Sept. 11, 1919 - Sergeant Park Stubblefield of the U. S. Marines who has been stationed lately at St. Louis and at Quincy Ill., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stubblefield the first of the week. He will be located for a while at Decatur, Ill. Park is now a recruiting officer for the Marines and is making good. He has almost fully recovered from wounds received in the service on the island of Santo Domingo. - Cassville Democrat, May 1, 1920 - Clay Stubblefield came down from Kansas City, Monday to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Eliza Stubblefield and to visit home folks. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Clifford Cole Apr. 3, 1883
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
June 11, 1951
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Effie M. - Research Note: He was a farmer and the son of Robert Monford Stubblefield and Mary California Zinn. Effie, his wife, was the informant on the death certificate. - April 20, 1911, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Wayne News: Cliff Stubblefield bought the Call Salmon farm near Wayne last week. - June 10, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn Prairie News: C. C. Stubblefield and family of Wayne, J. S. Hopkins and family and Mrs. R. M. Stubblefield of Corinth visited with A. Hopkins and family at this place Sunday. - July 24, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Wayne News: A crowd gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Stubblefield's of this place Sunday. And in the afternoon ice cream and cake was served to the following parties: Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Smith, Mrs. Henry Johnson and daughters, Misses Fay, Laura and Eugene, Mrs. R. M. Stubblefield, Misses Marda, Colla, and Myriam Porter, Ona Tate, Lela and Lois Erwin, Lloyd Erwin and Burl Thomas. An enjoyable time was had by all present. Death Certificate
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STUBBLEFIELD, Dora Elizabeth (MEADOR) Feb. 19, 1869
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 29, 1960
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., AR
SSW: Robert L. - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Daughter of George Henry and Lucy Ann "Boothe" Meador. Wife of Robert Loxley Stubblefield married Feb. 19, 1888 in Barry County, MO. Mother of Loren, Mable Marie, Horace Wayne, Neva, Royce Roswell, Garland Augustus, Ralph Errol, William Hugh, George Lavern, Frank Raymond, Laurence Robert and Roland Perdue Stubblefield. Sold their farm in Exeter, MO. to move to Fayetteville, AR so their children could attend the University of Arkansas. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, May 22, 1919 - Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield and daughter, Mabel, and sons, Garlan, frank and Lawrence, motored to Monett Friday. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, January 2, 1919 - Royce Stubblefield returned the first of the week to Camp Funston after a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Earle Elisha Oct. 2, 1900 Jan. 31, 1995 SSW: Ruth Marbut - Research Note: Son of Grant Stubblefield and Ardella Johnson. Named after his grandparents, Elisha Dodson Stubblefield and Elizabeth Earle. - Photo of Earle, father, and siblings Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Effie Mae (TATE) Nov. 18, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 15, 1967
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Clifford - Research Note: She was the daughter of Gilbert E. and Lillie M. (Smith) Tate. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Fay L. (LEONARD) Apr. 25, 1908 June 1, 2008
Bartlett,
Shelby Co., TN
SSW: Verl W. - Research Note: She was the daughter of George W. and Eva (Booard) Leonard. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Exeter and the Maplewood Cemetery Board. She married Verl W. Stubblefield on November 28, 1947, in Berryville, Arkansas, and he preceded her in death April 20, 1970. White Funeral Home
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STUBBLEFIELD, Grant Mar. 11, 1868
TX
June 1, 1949
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Photo of stone at findagrave.com. Son of Elisha Dodson Stubblefield and Eliza Earle. His wife was Eliza Stubblefield at the time of his death. His first wife was Ardella Johnson. Clyde Stubblefield was the informant on the death certificate. Grant second married Eliza A. Beck, buried at Horner Cemetery, died 1960. - January 9, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Clyde Stubblefield, son of Grant Stubblefield, south of town, has returned to Claremore, Okla., where he is attending school, after spending the holidays with home folks. - October 16, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Mrs. Charity Sooter, wife of the late M. V. Sooter, died at the home of her nephew, Grant Stubblefield, southeast of town, Friday afternoon, October 10, of complication of diseases, age 63 years, 5 months and 6 days. - October 9, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Clyde Stubblefield, son of Grant Stubblefield, east of town sent to Claremore, Okla., Saturday night to attend the Claremore high school. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, January 2, 1919 - Wear Stubblefield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Stubblefield, was one of the soldier boys who was discharged and returned home last week from camp. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, January 16, 1919 - Mrs. M. C. Allen, R. L. and Grant Stubblefield attended the funeral of their nephew, Earl Bayless, at Claremore, Okla., Friday. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, June 5, 1919 - Wear Stubblefield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Stubblefield east of Cassville, has entered the Springfield State Normal School. - Cassville Democrat, Saturday, July 10, 1920 - Grant Stubblefield living southeast of this city, shot and killed a good sized coyote, Wednesday morning, near his home that had been catching his chickens. He brought the varmint to this city. Death Certificate
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STUBBLEFIELD, Isaac Newton 1826
Warren Co., TN
June 27, 1905
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nancy Jane - Research Note: Son of Robert Loxley Stubblefield b. 1801 Claiborne, Tennessee; d. 1858 Belton, Bell, Texas, and Elizabeth (Dodson) Stubblefield. Deceased was born in Warren County, Tenn. in 1826 and went to Texas in 1847, was married to Nancy J. Scott September 15, 1853 who still survives. In 1866 they moved to Barry County and bought a place near what is now Exeter and called that his home until his death, though he spent some years at Fayetteville and St. Louis to give his children the advantage of an education. His family consists of a wife and ten children, two daughters and eight sons as follows: Clay Stubblefield, farmer near Exeter; John Stubblefield, civil engineer, Kansas City; Mrs. John F. Webb, Oklahoma; W.P. Stubblefield, farmer, Oklahoma; Rev. J.S. Stubblefield, pastor of a C.P. church in Kansas City, Kans.; Albert Stubblefield, railway postal clerk, Denver, Col.; Dr. Ed Stubblefield, dentist, Vinita, I.T.; Frank Stubblefield, express messenger, St. Louis; Miss D.T. Stubblefield, stenographer, Dawes Indian Commission and Garfield Stubblefield, civil engineer in U.S. irrigation service in Oregon. - Nancy Jane Scott died Dec. 2, 1924 in Barry Co., MO. Age about 89. Born in Bedford Co., TN. Daughter of John W. Scott and mother's maiden name was Johnson. Place of burial on the death certificate was Berryville, AR but she has a stone in Maplewood. Clay Stubblefield was the informant. - Another Photo Photo
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STUBBLEFIELD, James Arthur "Jim" Nov. 4, 1911
MO
July 11, 1994
Coffeyville, Montgomery Co., KS
Research Note: He was the son of Arthur Stubblefield and Elizabeth Darity. His wife was Pauline Hale, married Feb. 26, 1952. She first married Waldo Dunn in 1941. He died in 1951. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, John Loxley Sept. 25, 1858
TX
July 2, 1926
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Isaac Newton Stubblefield and Nancy Jane Scott. John's will is online at ancestry.com. Died a wealthy man and apparently never married. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, March 28, 1918 - John Stubblefield of Kansas City is here visiting his brother, Clay Stubblefield, south of Cassville. He is a civil engineer. Online Newspapers
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STUBBLEFIELD, Lon Mar. 19, 1891
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 5, 1979
south Barry Co., Hosp.
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Belle - Research Note: Robert Lonard Stubblefield, known as Lon, was a son of Robert Monford and Mary California (Zinn) Stubblefield. Robert Lon Stubblefield, age 73, married Anna Jane Adams, age 73 on Nov. 20, 1964 in Aurora, Lawrence Co., MO. Axley Culver Chapel
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STUBBLEFIELD, Loren Deleno Dec. 23, 1889 July 18, 1982
So. Barry Co., Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Oldest of Twelve" - Research Note: He was the son of Robert Loxley Stubblefield and Dora Elizabeth Meador. At age 19, he first married Mona Aubrey McNabb, age 16, on Oct 24, 1909 in Barry Co., MO. Second, Della Maude Fielding who first married Guy Sappenfield in 1915. - October 28, 1909, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Sunday, Oct. 24, occurred the marriage of Loren Stubblefield to Miss Aubrey McNabb, Rev. Chas. Vanzandt officiating. The young couple accompanied by Luther Davidson and Miss Myrtle Smith drove to Fairview where their pastor, Rev. Vanzandt, was engaged in a series of meetings and were untied in marriage at 3:30 p.m. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield of near Cassville and is one of Barry County's energetic young farmers. The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Mary McNabb of near Exeter and is loved and respected by all who know her. May their life be long and happy and their pathway be strewn with flowers. - April 20, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: Raymond Stubblefield, little three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Stubblefield turned over a tea kettle of boiling water on himself, Friday at their home northwest of Exeter which resulted in a serious burning of the lower limbs. Dr. S. W. Chandler was called to treat the burn and found the little fellow in a dangerous condition. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, July 11, 1918 - Loren Stubblefield northwest of Exeter had a stallion to die last week. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Mabel Marie Apr. 12, 1891
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 9, 1920
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Neva B. - Research Note: Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield. - Cassville Democrat, Feb. 7, 1920 - Miss Mabel Stubblefield eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield, residing some 2 miles southeast of Exeter, died Tuesday noon, of flu and pneumonia, aged 27 years, 6 months and 22 days, leaving her parents, one sister and several brothers to mourn her passing. She attended the country schools and during the last year, had been attending a business college in Springfield, to equip herself for a business life. She was born near where she died April 12, 1892, and has lived all her life in that vicinity and was held in high esteem by all her acquaintances. - Daughter Robert Loxley and Dora Elizabeth "Meador" Stubblefield. Online Obit
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STUBBLEFIELD, Mary California (ZINN) Oct. 3, 1857
Leann,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 27, 1941
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Robert M. - Research Note: She was the daughter of Harrison Zinn and Lydia Wood. Lon Stubblefield of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
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STUBBLEFIELD, Nancy Jane (SCOTT) Aug. 20, 1835
Bedford Co., TN
Dec. 29, 1924
Flat Creek,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Isaac Newton - Research Note: Cassville Republican - Nancy Jane (Scott) Stubblefield was born in Bedford county, Tennessee on August 20, 1835, passed away Monday, Dec. 29, 1924 at the age of 89 years 4 months and 9 days. - She was the daughter of John W. Scott and Alzira Johnson. Clay Stubblefield (son) was the informant on the death certificate. Place of burial was given as Berryville, AR. - Another Photo Photo
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STUBBLEFIELD, Neva B. Dec. 8, 1885
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 8, 1920
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mabel M. - Research Note: Cassville Democrat, Feb. 14, 1920 - Miss Neva Stubblefield was born near where she died, 2 miles southeast of Exeter on Dec. 8, 1895, died of pneumonia, aged 34 years, 2 months and 1 day. She was the second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield and was reared in that vicinity, and was held in high estimation by all her acquaintances, because of her many splendid qualities of womanhood. She left her parents and several brothers to mourn her departure. - Daughter of Robert Loxley and Dora Elizabeth Meador. Obit
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STUBBLEFIELD, Pauline Marie (HALE) (DUNN) Nov. 22, 1915
Viola,
Barry Co., MO
July 19, 2002
Coffeyville,
Labette Co., KS
Research Note: Daughter of Allen Albert and Tilla (Von Marenholtz) Hale, married Waldo Dunn in 1941, and he preceded her in death February 26, 1951. She married James Arthur Stubblefield on April 2, 1952, and he preceded her in death July 11, 1994. Monett Times
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STUBBLEFIELD, Robert Loxley Nov. 1, 1863
McLennan Co., TX
Jan. 16, 1933
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., MO
SSW: Dora E. - Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: Son of Elisha Dodson Stubblefield and Elizabeth Earle. Husband of Dora Elizabeth "Meador" Stubblefield married Feb. 19, 1888 in Barry County, MO. About 1920 the family was faced with the problem of providing education for their family who was still at home and sold their Exeter, Mo farm and bought another 400 acre farm a few miles from Fayetteville, AR so their children could attend the University of Arkansas. The farm was a prosperous dairy farm. Robert was the father of 12 children. - May 4, 1911, Thursday, Cassville Republican - R. L. Stubblefield southwest of town went to Marionville, Saturday to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Malissa Taylor, who died Thursday. Mrs. Taylor was a sister of Elijah and King Stubblefield, deceased, well known citizens of this county. - Cassville Republican Oct. 2, 1919 - Ross Henbest of Monett visited Sunday at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield, southwest of this city. - Cassville Republican Oct. 2, 1919 - Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield southwest of Cassville gave a dinner Sunday at their home complimentary to Mr. Stubblefield's mother, Mrs. Eliza Stubblefield, of Claremore, Okla., who has been visiting the past few weeks at the homes of her sons, R. L., Grant and Arthur and with her brother, George Earle. A large number of relatives and friends and former neighbors of Mrs. Stubblefield were present and enjoyed the day together. At the noon hour a large table was arranged on the lawn and loaded with good things to eat. Everybody present did justice to the occasion. The REPUBLICAN was warned by George Weatherly and George Earle not to mention their names in connection with the dinner for that reason we will not do so, Mrs. Stubblefield will be 82 years old this month. Note
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STUBBLEFIELD, Robert Monford Sept. 26, 1854
Jenkins,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 29, 1944
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary C. - Research Note: He was widowed twice. Parents marked unknown on the death certificate. C. C. (son Clifford) Stubblefield of Washburn, MO was the informant on the death certificate. - Son of John S. Stubblefield and Matilda Hilton. - May 29, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn Prairie News: R. M. Stubblefield and wife and Mrs. A. J. Hopkins and children visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. B. F. Irby and family of Jenkins from Saturday until Monday. - Family Photo Death Certificate
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STUBBLEFIELD, Royce Roswell June 13, 1896
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
June 17, 1982
Columbia,
Richland Co., SC
SSW: Bernice M.- Research Note: Son of Elisha Dodson Stubblefield and Elizabeth Earle. - January 24, 1918, Cassville Republican - Royce Stubblefield returned Tuesday from Springfield where he applied for enlistment in the army and upon the physical examination was rejected. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, Dec. 26, 1918 - Royce Stubblefield, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield southwest of this city, returned home Sunday on a furlough from Camp Funston where he has been in training. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, January 2, 1919 - Royce Stubblefield returned the first of the week to Camp Funston after a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, February 6, 1919 - Royce Stubblefield, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield southwest of this city, returned from Camp Funston, Wednesday of last week, having been discharged from the military service. Nearly all of the boys at Camp Funston who constituted the tenth division are now at home. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, March 6, 1919 - Royce Stubblefield southwest of town underwent a slight operation last week at the Springfield hospital. He was able to return home Sunday and is getting along fine. - Cassville Republican, Dec. 25, 1919 - Royce Stubblefield who has been attending a school for motor mechanics at Ft. Scott, Kan., returned home Friday. Family
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STUBBLEFIELD, Ruth (MARBUT) July 24, 1907 June 19, 1998 SSW: Earle Elisha - Research Note: She was the daughter of Clinton Marbut and Emma Jane Thomas. Census
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STUBBLEFIELD, Thomas Earl July 10, 1924
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., AR
Mar. 5, 1945
Rhineburg,
Germany - WWII
Inscription: "ARKANSAS PVT 36 TANK 8th ARMD DIV WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: My Brother. 9th Armored Division, Infantry. - Son of Royce Roswell Stubblefield and Bernice Marie Thomas. Family
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STUBBLEFIELD, Verl W. Oct. 30, 1906 Apr. 21, 1970 SSW: Fay L. - Research Note: He was the son of Clifford Cole Stubblefield and Effie M. Tate. Census
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SUSOTT, Herbert William June 15, 1908
Warrick Co., IN
Oct. 3, 1980
St. John's Hosp.,
Tulsa,
Tulsa Co., OK
Research Note: Herbert, a 1926 graduate of the old Elberfeld High School, was a former airline pilot. He was first employed as a bookkeeper for Citizens National Bank. He later joined Interstate Airlines, which became American Airlines, flying mail between Atlanta and Nashville. At American Airlines, he flew airliners until his retirement in 1968. He had a total of 26,514 hours flying time. He married Yvonne Cleo Lawson on Feb. 9, 1935. A daughter and son survive. He was the son of August Frederick Susott and Bertha Louise Gerichs. - Photo of Herbert and Yvonne Obit
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SUSOTT, Yvonne Cleo (LAWSON) Oct. 4, 1910
Barry Co., MO
July 21, 1983
Tulsa,
Tulsa Co., OK
Research Note: She was the daughter of Abraham Daniel Lawson and Nancy Frances Antle. Census
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SWANSON, Kathryn B. 1905
IL
1978 SSW: Ray - Research Note: SSDI gives last residence as Exeter, Barry Co., MO. SSN issued in IL. SSDI
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SWANSON, Ray 1904
MI
1980
MO
SSW: Kathryn B. - Research Note: SSDI gives last residence as Exeter, Barry Co., MO. SSN issued in IL. SSDI
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SWEARINGEN, Amanda Mildred (SAPP) July 1, 1920
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 3, 2009
Bardstown,
Nelson Co., KY
Inscription: "Married June 11, 1939" - Research Note: Amanda Mildred Swearingen, age 88, of Mount Washington, Ky., formerly of Exeter, Mo., passed away Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2009, in Windsor Gardens Nursing Home, Bardstown, Ky. She was born July 1, 1920, in Exeter, the daughter of James M. and Grace (Rhea) Sapp. On June 11, 1939, in Exeter, she was united in marriage to Gerald Jack Swearingen, who preceded her in death on Sept. 22, 1998. She was also preceded in death by her parents; one brother; and three sisters. Mildred received her education in Purdy, Mo., where she graduated from high school. She spent much of her life in the Exeter area and enjoyed her work there as co-owner of Jack's Market. Barry Co. Advertiser
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SWEARINGEN, Jack Gerald Jan. 2, 1918
MO
Sept. 22, 1998 SSW: Mildred - Inscription: "Married June 11, 1939" - Research Note: His mother was Audna Ethel Swearingen. She was the daughter of John William Swearingen and Martha Elizabeth Moseby. Audna and Jack were living with her brother Harry Swearingen in the 1920 and 1930 Census in Monett, Barry Co., MO. Jack Swearingen married Mildred Sapp on June 11, 1939 in Barry Co., MO. - 1920 Census, Monett Ward 4, Barry, Missouri Jack, age 1 and 11 months, given as nephew; Harry A. Swearingen, head of household, age 33; Audney, wife, age 25. MO Marriage Records
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SWEAT, Robert Joseph Jan. 12, 1966
Visalia,
Tulare Co., CA
Nov. 12, 2000
MO
Inscription: "Love Ya Bro" - Research Note: Mother's maiden name was Miller. CA Birth Index
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SWIFT, Glenda Diane (LOFTIN) Aug. 20, 1957
Grants,
Cibola Co., NM
Sept. 12, 1999
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Virginia (Ginger) Hancock - preceded in death by brother Marty Loftin on Aug. 6 - Age 42. SSN issued in AZ. Cassville Democrat
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SWOFFORD, Infant Son No Date Aug. 13, 1934 Inscription: "Infant son of Iola and Onis" Photo
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SWOFFORD, Isaac Riley Nov. 16, 1862
KY
Dec. 22, 1942
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Laura - Research Note: He was widowed twice. Son of James Madison Swofford and Malinda Gregory. Infected teeth was the cause of death. Onis Swofford of Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. He first married Myrtle Satterfield in 1887. Second, at age 41, Isaac married Laura Elizabeth Smalley, age 22, on June 24, 1904 in Carroll Co., AR. Death Certificate
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SWOFFORD, Laura E. (SMALLEY) Oct. 4, 1881
AR
Aug. 11, 1927 SSW: Isaac R. - Research Note: She was the daughter of Samuel Smalley and Martha Denny. - February 29, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Flat Creek News: Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Swofford were called over the phone a few days ago to Carr, where Mrs. Swofford's mother is not expected to live. Census
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