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Washburn Prairie Cemetery Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
CAMPBELL, Bryon Franklin June 16, 1892 May 19, 1957 No Data Headstone
Donna Cooper
CAMPBELL, Charles O. Nov. 8, 1861
Marysville, OH
May 6, 1937
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Married Dora B. Windes - Phyllis' Note: According to his death certificate his wife was Dora Campbell. His occupation was farmer. He was a son of Harrison (born OH) and Rebecca (born OH) Campbell. Frank Campbell of Eureka Springs, AR was the informant. Headstone
Billy Windes
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
CAMPBELL, Dora Belle (WINDES) Aug. 18, 1867
Waynesville, MO
Jan. 4, 1953
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Married to Charles O. Campbell and sister of R. A. Windes (1872 birth) - Phyllis' Note: According to her death certificate her husband was Charles O. Campbell. She was a daughter of B. F. and Crocia (Rayl) Windes. Frank Campbell of Washburn, MO was the informant. Headstone
Billy Windes
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
CAMPBELL, H. Feb. 22, 1830 Feb. 18, 1894
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rebecca A. - Research Note: Washburn News: Mr. Campbell died Monday, Feb 18th at about 4 O'clock in the evening. He had been complaining for several days but was not generally supposed to be dangerously ill. The remains were interred at Prairie, Monday. Cassville Republican, Thursday, Feb 22, 1894 - Another Photo Online Newspapers
Darla Ball Marbut
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Phyllis Long
CAMPBELL, Rebecca A. (SNODGRASS) July 5, 1834
OH
Oct. 19, 1913
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
SSW: H. - Research Note: According to his death certificate his father was Thomas Snodgrass and mother was born in VA. Informant was J. L. Campbell of Washburn, MO. No other information. Another Photo Death Certificate
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Phyllis Long
CANTRELL, Abraham H. Oct. 30, 1863
KS
Nov. 1, 1940
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His usual residence was rural Purdy, Barry Co., MO. His wife was Grace Cantrell, living. His occupation was farmer. His father was Henry J. Cantrell, no other information. Donna's Note: His father was Andrew Jackson Cantrell and his mother was Eliza Matilda Barnes. His mother died in 1911 in Granby, MO. Death Certificate
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Phyllis Long
CANTRELL, Mamie No Date Feb. 23, 1918
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Cassville Republican, Thursday, March 7, 1918 Mamie Cantrell passed away Saturday Feb. 23 and was laid to rest in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery Sunday. Rev. W. F. Goodnight conducted the funeral. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family. This homemade marker possibly reads Mannie Cantrel. Online Newspapers
Phyllis Long
Note
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CANTRELL, Amanda "Manda" S. (ERWIN) 1866 Jun. 17, 1914
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: July 23, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn Prairie News: Mrs. Abe Cantrell, died at her home, near Wheaton, Friday, June 17th. She leaves a husband three sons and three daughters, besides a host of other relatives to mourn her death. The body was brought to this place Saturday for burial. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. P. H. Hodge after which the body was tenderly laid to rest.Another Photo Online Newspapers
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CARGILE, ____ No Date Oct. 1900 Research Note - Cassville Republican, Thursday, October 11, 1900 - Washburn News: Walter Cargyle [Cargile] living on J. B. Hurst's farm, north of Washburn, lost his oldest child Tuesday morning, with what was said to be brain fever; and was buried in the Prairie Cemetery. Note
Online Newspapers
Donna Cooper
CARGILE, ____ No Date Jan. 1904 Research Note: Washburn Prairie News: The infant child of Walter Cargile of Washburn, died and was buried at the Washburn Prairie cemetery on the 23rd. - Saturday, Jan. 30, 1904, Cassville Democrat Note
Online Newspapers
Donna Cooper

CARGILE, Charles Ray

July 13, 1890
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO

Apr. 4, 1958
3 miles N-W of Washburn,
Barry Co., MO

Research Note: His parents were Isaac and Martha (Irwin) Cargile. The informant on his death certificate was Ruth Cargile, Washburn, Missouri. His obit is listed in full on the obit pages. It was published in the Cassville Republican Apr. 10, 1958 - In part it reads: LIFELONG WASHBURN RESIDENT DIED FRIDAY - Charles Ray Cargile, 67 a lifelong resident of Washburn community died at his home near Washburn early Friday morning. Born on July 13, 1890 at Washburn, he had been engaged in he mercantile business there except for a few years that he was employed by the Frisco railroad in Kansas City. In July 1948, he was united in marriage to Ruth Bothne of Washburn and they made their home on the farm northwest of Washburn where he passed away. Surviving in addition to his wife are two brothers, Clint Cargile of Susanville, Calif., and Floy Cargile of Washburn; one sister, Mrs. Cora Williams of Washburn.
Death Certificate
Obit Note
Barbara Erwin
CARGILE, Clara (WILLIAMS) Aug. 08, 1891 Aug. 12, 1983 SSW: Floy - Inscription: "Married Feb. 28, 1912" - Research Note - Online newspapers - Washburn Prairie News: Floyd Cargile of Washburn and Miss Clara Williams of this place went to Exeter last Wednesday and were married by Rev. Welch. They both come from highly respected families. Ye scribe joins their many friends in wishing them much happiness and success. March 7, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican Note
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Donna Cooper
CARGILE, Floy T. Mar. 24, 1888
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 27, 1961
State Hosp.,
Nevada,
Vernon Co., MO
SSW: Clara - Inscription: "Married Feb. 28, 1912" - Research Note: Floy Cargile, born March 24, 1888 in Barry County, lived a life time in Barry Co., MO. He died in the State Hospital # 3, Nevada, MO. He was buried in Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Dec 27, 1961, and died Dec 24, 1961. Rev. Chas. Vanzandt and Frank Hall were the clergymen. Isaac Cargile and Martha Irvin were given as his parents and Clara Cargile was given as his wife. Photo
Culver Funeral
Home, V. 9,
p. 141,
by Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
CARGILE, Frank B. Nov. 18, 1915
Barry Co., MO
May 24, 1959
VA Hospital,
St. Louis, MO

Research Note: He married Elba Walden and was a son of Walter F. and Marinda (Brewer) Cargile.Culver Funeral Home records read that his closest relative was Marinda Cargile. His stone reads that he died in 1958 and Elba's obit reads that he died in 1952 - but Culver Funeral Home records reads that he died in 1959.
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Culver Funeral
Home, V. 8,
P. 90,
by Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
CARGILE, George Ray May 7, 1920
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 18, 1952
Rural Blackwater,
10 Miles
So. 65 Hwy,
Saline Co., MO
Inscription: "In Memory of" - Research Note: His death certificate reads that his father was Lonnie Cargile and his mother was Pansy Mahurin. He was a farmer and a truck driver. His was was Margaret Cargile and he was age 31 years, 8 months and 11 days old when he died. The cause of his death was from an accident, basal fracture, driving loaded truck, steering gear broke, trunk plunged into a deep hollow. His usual address was Rural Sugar Creek Twp., Washburn, MO. Bobby's note: He was the husband of Margaret Cargile. Son of Lonnie Monroe & Pansy (Mahurin) Cargile. Brother of Wayne Cargile, Gerald Glynn Cargile, & Gene Cargile. Death Certificate
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Donna Cooper
Family
Knowledge
Bubby Joe Edens
CARGILE, Grover L. Oct. 16, 1914 No Date No Data Photo
Donna Cooper
CARGILE, Infant Jan. 13, 1924
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 24, 1924
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to his death certificate the cause of his death was jaundice. Son of Clint (born MO) and Susie May (Garrison, born MO) Cargile. Death Certificate
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CARGILE, Isaac Dean Oct. 1853
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 22, 1927
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Frances - Research Note: His wife was Mary Frances Erwin and he was a son of John and Emaline E. (Eubank) Cargile. His death certificate reads that he was age 73 years and 6 months old when he died, but no birth date is given. His father was given as John Cargile, born TN, and his mother as Emeline E. Frances was listed as his wife. Walter Cargile was the informant. His stone has that he died in 1926, which is incorrect. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CARGILE, Leslie Jan. 3, 1882
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 2, 1948
Washburn,

Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Isaac D. and Martha (Irwin) Cargile. His wife's name was Etta. Linda Garrett
Note
Donna Cooper
CARGILE, Lonnie Monroe Feb. 16, 1897
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 7, 1966
Gateway,
Benton Co., AR
SSW: Pansy Mae - Research Note: He was the husband of Pansy Mae (Mahurin) Cargile and a son of Marion Monroe & Sarah Ellen (Pendergraft) Cargile. Funeral Records
Bubby Joe Edens
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Donna Cooper
CARGILE, Loucresa (ROLLER) (HAWKINS) Feb. 19, 1873
MO
Nov. 26, 1926
MO
Research Note: She first married George W. Hawkins and second married John Harbin Cargile in Feb. 1901. He is buried in King (Washburn / Seligman) by his first wife. She was a daughter of John Roller and Minerva J. Laughlin. Donna's Note: Stone reads Feb. 18, 1869 for her birth date and Nov. 23, 1926. Note
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Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
CARGILE, Marinda (BREWER) May 24, 1879
MO
Oct. 15, 1960
Home -
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home Records state that Marinda Cargile was a daughter of James Brewer and Paralee McKinney. The cause of death was heart disease. Her husband was Walter F. Cargile and he was deceased. She was age 81 years, 4 months and 21 days old when she died. The birth year is given as 1878 on the stone. She is buried next to Walter Cargile. Culver Funeral
Home, V. 9, P.57,
by Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CARGILE, Mary Frances (ERWIN) Sep. 1856
MO
1936 SSW: L. D. Note
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CARGILE, Pansy Mae (MAHURIN) Oct. 29, 1899
Garfield,
Benton Co., AR
July 29, 1970
Rogers Memorial,
Rogers,
Benton Co., AR
SSW: Lonnie M. - Research Note: Wife of Lonnie Monroe Cargile (He died Nov. 7, 1966.) Daughter of Enoch & Della (Hillard) Mahurin. Pansy died at Rogers Memorial Hospital after a 16 day illness. Funeral Records
Bubby Joe Edens
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Donna Cooper
CARGILE, Surrena Jan. 3, 1903 Feb. 8, 1926 No Data Photo
Phyllis Long
CARGILE, Verah B. (ENGLAND) (DUNLAP) Jan. 1, 1925
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Sep. 28, 2005
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: She married Homer E. Cargile, Jan. 1, 1974 in Barry Co., MO, and John L. Dunlap, Jr., Aug 8, 1941 in Barry Co., MO. Phyllis' Note: She married John Dunlap, Jr. on Aug. 8, 1941. He preceded her in death on Aug. 24, 1968. She married Homer Cargile on Jan. 1, 1974. He preceded her in death on June 30, 1998. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Morris and Omah England, a brother, Eddie England and a sister, Velma Martin. Survived by one son. The stone reads Dunlap and the obit reads Cargile for her name. See the Dunlap section for stone photo. Note
Donna Cooper
Cassville Democrat
Phyllis Long
CARGILE, Walter F. Aug. 5, 1876
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 26, 1954
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to his death certificate he was a farmer and his wife was Marinda Cargile and she was the informant. He was a son of Isaac and Frances (Irwin) Cargile. The cause of death was coronary occlusion. Donna's Note: Walter F. Cargile, born August 5, 1876, Barry Co., MO, Washburn, died Feb 26, 1954 and was buried in Washburn Prairie Cemetery. His parents were Isaac Cargile and Frances Irwin. The funeral was held at the Washburn Union Church with Rev. Chas. Vansandt officiating. He died of coronary occlusion, chronic myocarditis at home. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
Culver's
Funeral Home,
V. 6, P. 12, by
Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CARR, Jack Olderson May 18, 1931 June 18, 1992 Inscription: "BMI US NAVY" - Research Note: He married Mary Swindle. Photo
Phyllis Long
CARR, Jack O., Jr. Aug. 22, 1953
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
June 6, 1999
Barry Co.,
Care Center,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "CPO US NAVY - VIETNAM PERSIAN GULF" - Research Note:He was a son of Jack Olderson & Mary O. (Swindle) Carr, Sr. Phyllis' Note: Jack O. Carr Jr., age 45, of Washburn, died June 6 at the Barry County Care Center in Cassville following a long illness. He was born August 22, 1953, in Kansas City, and was a son of Jack Olderson and Mary O. (Swindle) Carr, Jr. He graduated from Southwest of Washburn High School in 1971 and retired in 1991 from the U. S. Navy as chief petty officer radioman. Survived by his mother, 4 brothers, and 1 sister. Cassville Democrat
Mary Homesley
Monett Times
June 1, 1999
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Phyllis Long
CARR, Jerome Oliver "Jerry" June 19, 1960
San Diego,
San Diego Co., CA
June 25, 2011
Cassville Health
Care, Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Jack Olderson Carr, Sr. and Mary Orma (Swindle) Carr. At the age of seven, Jerry moved with his family to Washburn, where he received his education and graduated from Southwest High School. In high school, "Puddy", as known by his family and friends, ran track and field, training in the hollows around their home. On August 13, 1979, he served in the United States Navy and was honorably discharged on October 22, 1982. For several years he resided in California, Washington and Iowa before returning to Washburn and began working for Seven Valley Construction, putting in water and sewer pipelines. Painting was his favorite pastime and he was an avid artist. Preceding him in death were his father, Jack Olderson Carr, Sr. in June, 1992 and one brother, Jack Olderson Carr, Jr. in June, 1999. Fohn Funeral Home
Phyllis Long
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Phyllis Long
CASTOE, Benny "Cowboy" H. Mar. 9, 1919 Nov. 15, 1994 Research Note: He married Mattie (Cullum) Brown on Aug. 16, 1969 in Phoenix, AZ. Photo
Phyllis Long
CASTOE, Mattie L. (CULLUM) (BROWN) July 24, 1920
Guy, AR
Nov. 10, 2003
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Mattie was a daughter of William J. and Laura Mae (Lunsford) Cullum. She managed the Salvation Army Thrift Store in Delta, Colorado. She moved to Seligman in 1981 and moved to Monett a year and a half ago. She was a member of the Church of Christ. She married Doyne A. Brown on October 5, 1940, and he preceded her in death March 15, 1964. She married Benny H. Castoe on August 16, 1969, in Phoenix, Arizona, and he preceded her in death November 15, 1994. Survived by two sons and two daughters. She was preceded in death by four brothers and five sisters. Monett Times
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Phyllis Long
CHADD, Alexander Campbell Oct. 13, 1845
IA
May 22, 1921
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ellenor - Research Note: According to his death certificate he was a farmer, married but wife not named. He was a son of William (born IN) and Harriet (Varner, born IN) Chadd. J. W. Chadd of Kansas was the informant. - Another Photo - Another Photo Linda Garrett
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Cheryl Photo
Donna Cooper
Death Certificate
Photos
Phyllis Long
CHADD, Charlie C. Sep. 9, 1910 Apr. 27, 1979 SSW: Melba Jean - Inscription: "Married Dec. 22, 1945"- Inscription: "PFC US ARMY WORLD WAR II"- Another Stone - Another Photo - Another Stone Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
Photos
Phyllis Long
CHADD, Clifford Ray Feb. 13, 1927
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
May 12, 1938
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Marie & Troy - Research Note: He was a son of Troy (born Zalma, Bollinger Co., MO) and Marie (Elgin, born Joplin) Chadd. Cause of death was something to do with the spine. Phyllis' Note: He is listed on the same stone with Marie and Troy. The old stone must be the original stone. He is buried between Harold Houston and George Thomas Ure. - Old Stone Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
Death Certificate
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Phyllis Long
CHADD, Desda (LOONEY) 1884
MO
Jan. 1, 1925
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John - Research Note: SOS of death certificates website has her listed as Desta Chadd. Her name is Desda as is on the tombstone. No birth date is given on the death certificate. It reads that her age was 40. Her husband was John Chadd, daughter of William (born IN) and Jane (Wright, born MO) Looney. Another Photo Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
CHADD, Ellenor Nov. 1, 1846
IL
May 27, 1924
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: A. C. - According to her death certificate he was born May 27, 1924. Her father was born IL, name not given, and mother's maiden name was Stanley. John J. Chadd of Washburn, MO was the informant. The cause of death was heart trouble and a broken hip from fall on concrete walk. Her husband was Alexander Campbell Chadd.Another Photo Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
Death Certificate
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Phyllis Long
CHADD, George W. Apr. 6, 1888 Dec. 9, 1915
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: December 16, 1915, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn News: Geo. Chadd died Dec. 9th,at the home of his father, of stomach trouble. He had been sick only a few days and his death was unexpected. He leaves a wife and two small children besides a host of relatives to mourn their loss. The remains were laid to rest in Washburn Prairie Cemetery. We extend sympathy. Donna's Note: Stone reads: Apr. 6, 1889 and Dec. 8, 1915 as the death date. Online Newspapers
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Phyllis Long
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Donna Cooper
CHADD, John 1879 1947 SSW: Desda - Another Photo
Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
CHADD, Lillie (SMITH) 1889 1971 SSW: W. E. - Another Photo Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
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Phyllis Long
CHADD, Marie Adeline (ELGIN) Jan. 24, 1905
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
Sep. 6, 1995
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Clifford & Troy - Research Note: Marie Adeline Chadd, 90, Washburn, died Wednesday, Sep. 6, 1995, at a nursing home in Cassville after a long illness. Mrs. Chadd was born Jan. 24, 1905, at Joplin. She was a longtime resident of the Washburn area. She was a homemaker and a member of Mr. Zion Baptist Church, Washburn. She married Troy Chadd on Dec. 23, 1921 in Washburn. He died in 1971. Linda Garrett
Photo
Cheryl
Online Obit
Phyllis Long
CHADD, Melba Jean (FIELDING) Sep. 29, 1921
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 30, 2005
Cassville,
Barry Co.
Care Center,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Charlie C. - Inscription: "Married Dec. 22, 1945" - Research Note: Melba Chadd was born September 29, 1921, in Barry County, and was a daughter of Jim and Lou Ellis Fielding. She was a homemaker and worked at the Washburn school, canning factory, and laundry mats. She attended the United Methodist Church in Washburn. She married Charlie Chadd in December of 1945, and he preceded her in death April 27, 1979. Survivors include three sons. She was preceded in death by five brothers, Alvia, Harvie, Murel, Paul, and Arther; and one sister, Mary. Another Photo Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
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Monett Times
Jan. 3, 2006
Phyllis Long
CHADD, Troy Apr. 2, 1902 Sep. 5, 1971
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Marie & Clifford - Research Note: Funeral services for Troy Chadd, 69, of Washburn, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Washburn Baptist Church with the Revs. Walter Smart and Fred Harris officiating. Burial will be in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery under direction of Williamson of Cassville. Mr. Chadd died at 7:45 p.m. Sunday in South Barry County Hospital, Cassville, after a short illness. A retired painter and carpenter, Mr. Chadd lived in Washburn most of his life. He was a member of the Washburn Baptist Church. - Submitter's Note: The Social Security information list birthday as April 2, 1899. Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
Online Obit
Phyllis Long
CHADD, William Edward Jun. 25, 1870
IA
Mar. 22, 1935
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lillie - Research Note: According to his death certificate his wife was Lillie Chadd. His occupation was a farmer. He was a son of ?. C., (born IN), and Helen (Davis, born IL) Chadd. Mrs. Ed Chadd of Washburn, MO was the informant. Another Photo Linda Garrett
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Cheryl
Death Certificate
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Phyllis Long
CHANDLER, Eva (WEBB) Dec. 9, 1903 Sep. 25, 1997 No Data Photo
Donna Cooper
CHANDLER, Joe June 3, 1896 Nov. 27, 1899 Inscription: "Son of Dr. S. W. & R. A." Photo
Phyllis Long
CHANDLER, Nadine June 27, 1891 Sep. 19, 1893 Inscription: "Dau. of Dr. S. W. & R. A." Photo
Phyllis Long
CHANDLER, Rebecca Ann (MCCLURE) July 6, 1862
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 14, 1926
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate the date of her death was Feb. 14, 1926. At the time of her death she was age, 63 years, 7 months and 8 days old. She was the wife of S. W. Chandler. She was a daughter of William (born TN) and Jane (Gay) McClure. The cause of death was heart disease. Chandler Plot Stone Note
Donna Cooper
Death Certificate
Photos
Phyllis Long
CHANDLER, Samuel W., Dr. July 18, 1858
Vandalia, IL
Feb. 8, 1940
Springfield
Baptist Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: Dr. Samuel Chandler was a son of William Brittian Chandler, born in IL and Martha J. Micols, birth place was unknown to the informant. Eva Chandler was his wife's name. The cause of death was coronary occlusion. He was age 81 years, 6 months and 20 days old when he died. He was a doctor of medicine and worked up to Dec. 1930. C. C. Chandler, Cassville, MO, was the informant. He was buried Feb. 11, 1940. Koon Funeral Home in Cassville, MO, took care of the arrangements. - Chandler Plot Stone Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CLARK, Alfred Lewis Dec. 11, 1911 July 16, 1988 Research Note: He is buried next to Opal B. Clark. Photo
Phyllis Long
CLARK, Edwin Feb. 3, 1893
Cherokee Co., KS
No Date SSW: Mae Clark - Research Note: Mae is listed as Leiela T. Clark. He was living when she died and may have moved and not be buried here as there is no death date on his stone. Rootsweb researchers have his death date as Aug. 19, 1962 with no place of death or burial. His father was James Henry Clark born Sep. 2, 1865 in Henry County, Missouri and they have his mother as Elvira Erb, born Feb. 4, 1870 in Monona County, IA. Cemetery Stone Rootsweb
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CLARK, Elba (WALDEN) (CARGILE) Sep. 14, 1917
Bush,
Carroll Co., AR
Dec. 16, 1999
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Age 82 years old. Donna's Note: Elba Walden Cargile Clark, age 82, of Monett, died at 10:40 p.m. yesterday, December 16, at he home of her daughter in Monett. She was born September 14, 1917, in Bush, Arkansas, and was a daughter of Thomas and Minnie (Huffman) Walden. She had lived eight years in Oaks Apartments before moving into her daughter's home. She had worked as a secretary in the Seligman school district and retired as a transcriber in 1980 from the ACACIA Insurance Company in Washington D. C. She was a Baptist. She married Frank Cargile in Monett in 1944, and he preceded her in death in 1952. She was preceded in death by four sisters and two brothers. Her stone has Elba Walden Cargile and does not have Clark on it. She is buried next to Frank Cargile. Monett Times
Dec. 20, 1999
Mary Homesley
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Photo
Donna Cooper
CLARK, James Franklin Feb. 2, 1885
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 20, 1951
Home -
Neosho, Rt. 3,
Newton co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate has that he was born Feb. 2, 1889 and not 1885 as the stone reads. He was a farmer and his wife was given as Nora Clark. His parents names were not given. Hypertension and heart disease was the cause of his death. Mrs. Nora Clark was the informant. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CLARK, Leiela T. "Mae" (MICHAEL) May 6, 1889 Jan. 14, 1943
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Edwin - Research Note: According to her death certificate she died in rural Washburn. Her middle name looks something like Thoosa Mae. She was the wife of Edwin Clark, he was living, age 49. She was a daughter of Wiley and Rebecca (born Washburn
Barry, MO) Michael.
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
CLARK, Lena May (ALEXANDER) Jan. 29, 1892
Shell Knob,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 31, 1934
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Frank- Research Note: On her death certificate her date of birth is not given. At the time of her death her age was 42 years and 2 days. Her husband was Frank Clark. She was a daughter of George Alexander. Her mother's maiden name was Ledgerwood, born at Shell Knob, MO. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
CLARK, Opal B Feb. 14, 1921 Apr. 17, 1944 Inscription: "MISSOURI SGT 127 INF. WORLD WAR I" Photo
Phyllis Long
CLARK, Winnie (LAWRENCE) Jun. 6, 1905 Feb. 17, 1999 No Data Photo
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CLEMENT, Hugh D. Mar. 9, 1806
SC
Aug. 24, 1875 Research Note: The top half of this stone was lying on the ground and I placed on top to take the photo. 1860 Sugar Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO, Post Office Washburn Prairie, has Hugh D. Clements farmer, age 54, born SC, with wife, Elizabeth, age 45, born OH, son Hugh, age 10, born MO and Thomas Galyan, age 8, born MO.Another Photo Note
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CLEVENGER, Andrew J. Feb. 15, 1863
TN
Dec. 13, 1934
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate names David Clevenger, born TN, as his father. No mother's name is given. Dona Clevenger was given as his wife's name and he was a retired farmer. He was widowed. Ed. W. Daugherty was the informant. - Plot Stone Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CLEVENGER, Blaine Jan. 2, 1884 Sep. 1, 1884 Inscription: "Son of D. P. & Argare" - Another Photo - Plot Stone Photos
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CLEVENGER, Buna V. Nov. 22, 1890 Aug. 29, 1893 No Data - Plot Stone Photos
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CLEVENGER, Catherine Caldona "Dona" (DAUGHERTY) Aug. 22, 1863
MO
Mar. 23, 1922
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate names Henry Daugherty as her father and her mother's name was listed as Mary Jones, born TN. Cause of death was listed as locked bowels. - Plot Stone Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
CLEVENGER, Infants No Date No Date Research Note: These infants were born and died all on one stone as to follow: Dau. Jan. 26, 1884; Son, Oct, 10, 1885; Son, Mar. 29, 1887; Son, Oct. 19, 1894; Son, Jan. 29, 1896; Son, Sep. 3, 1899 - Another Photo - Plot Stone Photos
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CLEVENGER, Liley Ann No Date No Date Research Note: Her stone is near the Arnhart graves and matches them. There are not dates on those stone either. Photo
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COBLE, Infant 1903 Dec. 1903
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Dec 19, 1903, Saturday, Cassville Democrat Washburn News Items: Peter Cobles infant child died Monday morning and was buried at the Prairie Cemetery the next day. We extend our sympathy. Online Newspapers
Phyllis Long
COBLE, Peter David Dec. 11, 1857
TX
Nov. 21, 1931
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Peter David Coble was my great-grandfather. Phyllis' Note: According to his death certificate he was married and a farmer. Not much information was given. Donna's Note: His parents were John and Mary Elizabeth (Underhill) Coble. - Another Photo Family
Maureen (Coble) Gray
Linda Garrett
Online Obit
Death Certificate
Photo
Phyllis Long
COBLE, Sarah Lettie "Etta" (RYAN) Aug. 26, 1867 1960 SSW: Peter D. - Research Note: Her parents were Henry and Mary (Pheifer) Ryan. Another Photo Family
Maureen (Coble) Gray
Linda Garrett
Photo
Phyllis Long
COGHILL, Frankie, Jane Apr. 19, 1920 Dec. 29, 1999
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Age 79 - Another Photo Monett Times
Dec. 30, 1999
Mary Homesley
Photo
Donna Cooper
COLBURN, Albert A. Sep. 24, 1845
WI
Jan. 12, 1914
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Co. I, 20th Wis. Inf." - Research Note: The death certificate is not easy to read. He was a retired farmer. His father maybe Albert Colburn born WI. Stone is Civil War. Death Certificate
Photo
Phyllis Long
COOK, Altgeld "Albert" Bryan Aug. 27, 1896 Apr. 7, 1976
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Helen (Mooney) Cook. Research Note: He was a son of Jeff and Margaret (Gist) Cook. Another Photo - Inscription: "Altgeld Bryan Cook - PVT US ARMY - WORLD WAR I" - Another Photo Family
Photo
Donna Cooper
Photos
Phyllis Long
COOK, Helen L. (MOONEY) 1907 1993 SSW: Bryan Albert Cook - Research Note: She was a daughter of James Harvey "Jamie" and Ella (Pease) Mooney. - Another Photo Family
Photo
Donna Cooper
Photos
Phyllis Long
COVEY, Ola Gregory Dec. 13, 1906 Nov. 29, 2006 No Data Photo
Phyllis Long
COWARD, James Abt 1808
NC
Jan. 6, 1873
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Susanna - Inscription: "Aged 65 years" - Researchers have that he was born in 1805 in NC, but the stone reads that he was born about 1808 since he was age 65. Stone
Phyllis Long
COWARD, John Orsen Nov. 1869
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 13, 1870
Washburn
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Walter - Inscription: "Aged 10 Months, 19 Days" - Research Note: He was a son of Isaac Martin and Louisa Matilda Varner. This family later changed their name to Cowherd.They moved from Barry County, MO, to Okmulgee, OK, sometime before 1890. Another Photo Photos
Phyllis Long
COWARD, Susanna (COWARD) Abt. 1807
VA
Mar. 27, 1872
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James - Inscription: "Aged 65 years" - Research Note: Researchers have that she was born in 1804 in VA, but the stone reads that she and her husband were both age 65 when they died. Stone
Phyllis Long
COWARD, Walter Elisha Oct. 3, 1873 July 26, 1874 SSW: John O. - Inscription: "9 Months 22 Days" - Research Note: This stone is almost past being readable. - He was a son of Isaac Martin and Louisa Matilda Varner. This family later changed their name to Cowherd. Another Photo Photos
Phyllis Long
COWEN, James W. Mar. 23, 1890 Feb. 3, 1969 No Data Stone
Donna Cooper
COX, Martha A. (DINGS) Sep. 11, 1837 Sep. 16, 1904 Inscription: "Wife of J. W. Cox" - Research Note: Her family states that she was an American Indian with the maiden name of Moore. That information came from a researcher that isn't listed. David Stearns says that he thinks she is Martha Dings, b. Sept 1837 Schoharie county, New York, daughter of Peter Dings and Catherine Barner. She first married Christopher Fitzmier in Jackson, Michigan and had 5 children. She later married James W. Cox about 1874 and moved to kansas and later to Washburn, Barry, Missouri where she is found on the 1900 census living with her husband. She had one daughter with James Cox, Minnie, who married Calvin Ellis in Aurora, Lawrence, Missouri. Another Photo Photo
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
Note
David Stearns
CRAWFORD, Robert M. Feb. 24, 1828 Sep. 27, 1895 Inscription: Aged 67 Years" Photo
Phyllis Long
CREVISTON, Zachary Adam Dec. 6, 1993 Dec. 15, 1993 Inscription: "In Memory of Malinda" Photo
Donna Cooper
CRIM, Alice B. (WILBANKS) June 29, 1930 No Date SSW: Lloyd J. - Inscription: "Married May 28, 1949" - Back of Stone Photos
Donna Cooper
CRIM, Lloyd J. "Cub" Apr. 5, 1928
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Sep. 10, 2007
St. John's Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry, MO
SSW: Alice B. - Inscription: "Married May 28, 1949" - Research Note: Lloyd J. "Cub" Crim, age 79, of Washburn, died September 10 at St. John's Hospital - Cassville. He was a son of Levi Wiley and Mary Carol (Morgan) Crim. He was an Army veteran. He was self-employed as a heavy equipment operator and was a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Washburn. He married Alice Wilbanks on May 28, 1949, in Garfield, Arkansas, and she survives. Survived by three sons and four daughters. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Carol; 11 brothers and sisters and one grandchild. Back of Stone - Another Stone - Inscription: "PVT US ARMY" Monett Times
Sep. 14, 2007
Phyllis Long
Photos
Donna Cooper


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