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Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
ADAMS, Lawrence Walter Feb. 4, 1894 Mar. 20, 1977 SSW: Mary M. - Another Stone - Inscription: "2ND LT US ARMY WORLD WAR I" Photos
Donna Cooper
ADAMS, Mary M. May 27, 1895 Mar. 14, 1984 SSW: Lawrence W. Photo
Donna Cooper
ADCOCK, Fred Nov. 3, 1877 Jan. 27, 1900 Inscription: "Son of W. B. & M. E. Adcock" - Top of Stone Photos
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, Harry Dec. 11, 1882 Mar. 18, 1893 Inscription: "Son of W. B. & M. E. Adcock" - Top of Stone - Top of Stone Photos
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, Infant Mar. 12, 1922
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 12, 1922
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Born premature. Son of Leon (born Washburn, Barry Co., MO) and Mable (Williams) (born MO) Adcock. Undertaker listed as Neighbors. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, J. Willoughby May 5, 1829
Rockingham
Co., VA
Feb. 9, 1908
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: February 22, 1908, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Rev. Willoughby Adcock Dies: Sunday Feb 9, 1908, the Rev. Willoughby Adcock passed to the great beyond at the residence of Rob Stubblefield, south of town of heart trouble and dropsy, aged 80 years, and six months. He was born in Rockingham County, VA, and came to this county in 1858, with his parents, Mr. Osborn and Mrs. Emily Adcock, who located 5 miles out on the Washburn road. When the war came Willoughby Adcock, enlisted in the Confederate Army and at its close he returned to this county where he has since lived. He was a very peaceable and quiet citizen and enjoyed the respect and confidence of all his acquaintances. He was a member of the M. E. Church and a brother to John Adcock of Washburn. The remains were laid to rest Monday in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Photo
Online
Newspapers
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, John Oct. 1830
VA
Jan. 1913
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Martha - Research Note: The 1900 census for Washburn Twp., listed his birth as Oct 1830 in NC. January 16, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn Prairie News: Uncle John Adcock who lived at Washburn was buried here Sunday evening at two o'clock. Short funeral services were conducted at the grave by P. H. Hodge. Cassville Republican, Thursday, January 16, 1913 - Old Citizen Dies: John Adcock, an old and pioneer citizen of Barry County, passed away at his home in Washburn about 12 o'clock Saturday at the advanced age of 84 years. His death was due to old age and Bright's disease. Mr. Adcock was born in Virginia where he was reared to manhood and came to Missouri in 1856 with his parents who settled on a farm north of Washburn. There and in Washburn, he has lived since, until his death. Soon after coming to this county he was married to Martha George to whom survives. Ten children were born to this union, five of who survive. They are Chas. Adcock of Okmulgee, Okla., John Adcock of Wheaton, Mrs. Kate Westmoreland of Kansas City, Mrs. Dixie Gullies and W. B. Adcock of Washburn. Short funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. P. H. Hodge of Washburn and remains interred at the Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Donna's Note: The stone reads 1840 and not 1830 as posted. Online
Newspapers
Headstone
Betty Fountain Erickson
Photo
Phyllis Long
Note
Donna Cooper
ADCOCK, M. W. Oct. 24, 1833 June 7, 1889 Inscription: "Aged 55 Y 7 M 14 D" - Another Photo Photos
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, Mabel L. (WILLIAMS) Jun. 7, 1900 Feb. 12, 1986 SSW: William Leon - Research Note: William Leon Adcock was a son of William Bragg and Mary Jane (Windes) Adcock and he married Mabel Williams. Photo
Phyllis Long
Note
Donna Cooper
ADCOCK, Martha (GEORGE) Nov. 1840
MO
Feb. 1916
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John Adcock - Research Note: She married John Adcock, Dec. 23, 1858 in Barry Co., MO, and the 1900 census for Washburn Twp., listed her birth as Nov. 1840. Washburn Prairie News: Mrs. John Adcock, one of Washburn's oldest citizens was buried at this place Sunday afternoon. February 24, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Donna's Note: The stone reads 1842 not 1840 as posted. Headstone
Betty Fountain Erickson
Online
Newspapers
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, Mary Jane (WINDES) Dec. 30, 1870
Washburn, Barry Co., MO
Mar. 24, 1934
Washburn, Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: B. F. Windes, born Linn Creek, MO, was listed as her father's name and ____ Raye, Waynesville, MO, as her mother. W. B. Adcock was her husband's name. The cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage. Mrs. Carrie Stephens, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Another Photo - Another Photo - Adcock Plot Photos
Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
ADCOCK, Minnie Oct. 28, 1874 Sep. 23, 1875 Inscription: "Dau. of W. B. & M. E." Photo
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, W. B. Sep. 28, 1847 Mar. 13, 1891 Research Note: He is buried near the Minnie Adcock grave. Top of stone might read "Father" - Top of Stone Photo
Phyllis Long
ADCOCK, William Bragg 1865 1943 Research Note: He married Mary Jane Windes - "Mollie", in Barry Co., MO, Mar. 10, 1892. Adcock Plot Photo
Donna Cooper
ADCOCK, William Leon Nov. 17, 1898
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 2, 1963
Osteopathic
Hosp., Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mabel - Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that he was a son of William Bragg Adcock and Mollie Windes. Betty Patterson was the closest relative. His wife was Mable Williams. He had lived all his life in the area. The cause of death was acute coronary occlusion. He was age 64. Charles Vansandt and Hugh Higgs preached his funeral. Culver Funeral
Home, V.
10, P. 106
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
AKERS, Gerald Lavene Apr. 12, 1935
Barry Co., MO
May 4, 1966
Home,
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that his father was Marvin Leroy Akers and his mother Opal Katherine Hoog. The cause of his death was chronic nephritis and he died at home. He was unemployed and an invalid. His closest relative was Opal Katherine Whitcomb, Exeter, MO. Culver's
Funeral Home
V. 12, p. 29,
Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
ALEXANDER, Panzy Ruth Dec. 7, 1930
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 30, 1943
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Floyd Clarence Alexander, born Robinson, IL, and Pearl Raines, born Washburn, MO. She was hit by a car and had a skull fracture. Her usual address was Frisco Ave., Monett, MO. Mrs. Floyd Alexander, Frisco Ave., Monett, MO, was the informant. Death Certificate
Photo
Donna Cooper
ALLEN, Margerite (HERD) 1833 Nov. 7, 1910
Flat Creek Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that she died Nov. 7, 1910 and not the 6th as the stone reads. According to her death certificate she was widowed, and the name of her father was Herd. M. H. Robbins, Cassville, MO, was the informant. Headstone
Donna Cooper
Death Certificate
Photo
Phyllis Long
ALLISON, Herbert No Date No Date SSW: Maggie Photo
Phyllis Long
ALLISON, Maggie No Date No Date SSW: Herbert - Another Photo Photos
Phyllis Long
ANDERSON, John A. Jan. 12, 1888 Mar. 10, 1927 Inscription: "Woodmen of the World" Photo
Phyllis Long
APPELHANS, Betty (HOUSTON) July 18, 1931 Sep. 16, 1992 Research Note: She was the wife of Gene Appelhans. They married Nov. 28, 1953 in Wichita, KS. Her parents were Arthur "Tuffy" and Wanda Adeen (Harris) Houston. Photo
Note
Donna Cooper
APPELHANS, Eugene "Gene" J. Oct. 18, 1930
St. Peter, KS
Jan. 30, 2005
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Eugene J. "Gene" Appelhans, age 74, of Cassville, died January 31 at his home following a brief illness. He was born October 18, 1930, in St. Peter, Kansas, and was a son of Andrew and Katharina (Gerstner) Appelhans. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. He worked three years at Coleman Company in Wichita, Kansas, and was a trucker for over 30 years. He retired in 1990 and moved to Cassville. He was a member of American Legion Post 118 in Cassville. He married Betty Houston on November 28, 1953, in Wichita, Kansas, and she preceded him in death September 16, 1992. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Richard, Elmer, Edmund, and Julius. His stone has Aug. 19, 1930 as the birth date and the obit has Aug. 18, 1930 as the date. Monett Times
Feb 3, 2005
Photo
Donna Cooper
ARMSTRONG, Ethyl Blanche (WATSON) 1891 1970 Research Note: Blanche was the wife of Frank Armstrong. Plot Stone Note
Photo
Donna Cooper
ARMSTRONG, Franklin Pierre, Sr. Apr. 15, 1861
Pleasant Gap, PA
Nov. 5, 1928
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to his death certificate his wife was Blanche Armstrong and she was the informant. Son of Josiah (born Ireland) and Sarah (Jones, born Holland) Armstrong. His stone has 1860 as the year of birth. Plot Stone - Armstrong Area Online Obit
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
Photo
Donna Cooper
ARMSTRONG, Franklin Pierce, Jr. Aug. 30, 1924
Republic,
Greene Co., MO
Jan. 6, 2004
St. John's
Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Inscription: "PFC US ARMY WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Son of Franklin P. Armstrong Sr. and Blanche (Watson) Armstrong. Phyllis' Note: Mr. Armstrong was born August 30, 1924, in Republic, and was a son of Franklin P. Armstrong Sr. and Blanche (Watson) Armstrong. He helped build Camp Crowder and was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a dairy farmer, operated a service station on Highway 37 in Washburn in the early 1950s, owned and operated a grocery store in Washburn and a coinomatic laundry in Cassville in the early 1960s, and built and operated a store for several years on Highway 90 in Washburn. He raised quarter horses for 10 years. He was postmaster in Washburn for several years. He was president of the Southwest Board of Education from 1962 to 1966 and became a member of the Barry Electric Cooperative in 1968. He was a member of the Church of Christ in Washburn. He married Mary Lou Nelson. In 1984 he married June Charles, and she preceded him in death. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Pauline Stone and Eleanor Swindle. Another Photo Monett Times
Jan. 9, 2004
Mary Homesley
Monett Times
Phyllis Long
Photo
Donna Cooper
ARMSTRONG, Mary Lou (NELSON) May 23, 1928
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Sep. 20, 2004
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Married Franklin P. Armstrong, and he preceded her in death. Donna's Note: Mary Lou (Nelson) Armstrong, age 76, of Cassville, died yesterday, September 20, 2004, at her home. She was born May 23, 1928, in Exeter. She was a graduate of Exeter High School. She had owned and operated a laundry in Washburn and Cassville and Town and Country and Jimmy's IGA in Washburn. She also raised quarter horses. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Washburn and Cassville Senior Center. She married Franklin P. Armstrong, and he preceded her in death. Monett Times
Sep. 21, 2004
Mary Homesley
Note
Photo
Donna Cooper
ARNHART, George Alexander Oct. 18, 1834
TN
Apr. 21, 1909
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Parents were George Arnhart and Kisiah W. Barnes. Other wife was Mary "Polly" Roller. Another Photo Genealogy By
Muriel Roller Smith
Photo
Lyle Bethune
Photo
Phyllis Long
ARNHART, George Washington No Date No Date No Data Photo
Phyllis Long
ARNHART, Johnnie No Date No Date No Data Photo
Phyllis Long
ARNHART, Sarah Ann (MCCALLISTER) May 1, 1838
TN
Nov. 12, 1908
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of G. A. Arnhart" - Research Note:She was a daughter of Samuel McCallister and Mary Gross. First husband was Austin Roller, second was George A. Arnhart. Donna's Note: Her obit reads that she was born in Franklin Co., MO, and not TN as Lyle Bethune posted. Another Photo Family Gen.
By Muriel Roller Smith
Photo
Lyle Bethune
Online Obit
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
ARNHART, Vesta No Date No Date No Data Photo
Phyllis Long
ARNHART, W. M. No Date No Date No Data Photo
Phyllis Long
ARNOLD, Logan Henley June 11, 1906 July 4, 1977 Inscription: "SGT US ARMY WW II" - Another Photo - Another Stone Photos
Donna Cooper
ASH, Barbara Ann Jan. 16, 1928 June 10, 1990 No Data Headstone
Betty Fountain Erickson
Photo
Donna Cooper
ASHLEY, Ernest T. 1899 1965 SSW: Theodate Photo
Donna Cooper
ASHLEY, Theodate 1901 1984 SSW: Ernest - Research Note: Buried next to Antonie Stahl. Photo
Donna Cooper
ATKINSON, Anna Aug. 21, 1880 Aug. 22, 1880 Inscription: "Daughter of R. N. & M. E. Atkinson - Aged 1 day" Photo
Phyllis Long
ATKINSON, James Barton "Jim" Mar. 21, 1887 Sep. 8, 1970 SSW: Lora Ryan - Research Note: Jim and Laura Atkinson had a grocery store in Washburn during the 1950's. The store was next door to their home. His wife, Lora, married William Forbragd after he died and Clyde Ryan. Photo
Note
Donna Cooper
ATWOOD,____ No Date No Date Inscription: "Brian, Larry, Lori, Billie" - Research Note: Stone is homemade and has four names on it without any dates. It is next to the stones for Amos and Mary. Another Photo Photos
Note
Donna Cooper
ATWOOD, Mary 1909 1982 Research Note: She is buried next to Amos. Photo
Donna Cooper
ATWOOD, Amos Fletcher Aug. 29, 1892
KS
Mar. 1981
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His father was Thomas Leander Atwood and his mother Ida Alice Cass. He is buried next to Mary. Photo
Donna Cooper
AULT, Edith I. (HICKMAN) July 28, 1917 Mar. 30, 2004 SSW: Glen L. - Inscription: "Married Mar. 19, 1938" - Photo on Stone Photos
Donna Cooper
AULT, Annie F. May 16, 1870 Jun. 10, 1888 Inscription: "Wife of James T. Ault" Photo
Phyllis Long
AULT, Frances E. May 12, 1889 Jan. 17, 1903 Inscription: "Dau. of P. H. and F. F. Ault" - Another Photo - Ault Plot Stone Photos
Phyllis Long
AULT, Frances T. Sep. 19, 1846 Jan. 16, 1896 Inscription: "Wife of P. H. Ault" Photo
Phyllis Long
AULT, Glen L. Sep. 21, 1911 June 25, 1948 SSW: Edith I. - Inscription: "Married Mar. 19, 1938" - Photo on Stone Photos
Donna Cooper
AULT, James Creed Nov. 30, 1843
TN
Apr. 13, 1879
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Jas. C. Ault - Aged 35 Ys. 4 Ms., 13 Ds." - Research Note: 1860 Sugar Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO has James C. J. Ault, age 16, with his parents, Thomas Ault, born TN, and Emaline, born TN. He married in Barry Co., MO, on Feb 14, 1878 to Sarah Alice Jones, daughter of Alexander and Mahaley Jane (Johnson) Jones. The Jones family was from Blount Co., TN. Note
Donna Cooper
Photos
Phyllis Long
AULT, Jeston E.(CREED) Aug. 1, 1823
TN
Jan. 7, 1903
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note:Wife of Thomas Ault. Justine was a daughter of Oswald And Mary Creed. She married Nov. 13, 1839 in Rhea Co., TN, to Thomas Ault. Another Photo Note
Donna Cooper
Photos
Phyllis Long
AULT, Patrick Henry Jan. 25, 1841
Washington, TN
Oct. 13, 1912
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the husband of Frances T. Ault - According to his death certificate he was widowed and a farmer. He was a son of Thomas and Jeston E. (Creed) Ault. The cause of death was TB. Photo
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
AULT, Thomas May 14, 1818 Jan. 21, 1887 Inscription: "68 y, 8 m, 7 d" - Research Note: He was the husband of Jeston E. Ault" - Another Photo Photos
Phyllis Long
AULT, Twin Babes Apr. 24, 1883
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 24, 1883
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Twin Babes, Infant Daughters of A. F. and M. E. Ault" - Another Photo Photos
Phyllis Long


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