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Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
GALYEN, Eupha Rose Ann (LAKEY) Apr. 25, 1953 No Date SSW: John Lee - Inscription: "Married sep. 15, 1989" - Another Photo Photos
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GALYEN, John Lee Sep. 2, 1951
Seligman,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 21, 2006
Cox Monett Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Eupha Rose Ann - Inscription: "Married sep. 15, 1989" - Research Note: John Lee Galyen, 54, of Purdy, died April 21, 2006, at Cox Monett Hospital. He was born September 2, 1951, in Seligman, and was a son of John Thomas and Margaret (Brandon) Galyen. He was a graduate of Southwest High School in Washburn, a self-employed yard maintenance man, and a member of the First Baptist Church in Washburn. He married Eupha Lakey on September 15, 1989, in Washburn. He was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. - Another Photo Monett Times
Apr. 24, 2006
Donna Cooper
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GALYEN, Michael Allen Mar. 18, 1991
Berryville,
Carroll Co., AR
Sep. 12, 2007
St. John's Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of Eupha and John" - Research Note: He was a son of John Lee and Eupha (Lakey) Galyen. He was preceded in death by his father April 21, 2006, and grandparents. Survived by his mother, one brother, and two sisters. - Photo on Stone Cassville Democrat
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GARLAND, Infant No Date Aug. 1896
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: August 13, 1896, Cassville Republican, Thursday - Died, the young son of Mrs. Kate (Adcock) Garland. Burial was in Prairie Cemetery. Online Newspapers
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GATES, Dora Elizabeth (MCCORMACK) Feb. 4, 1882
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
July 11, 1956
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Walker O. - Research Note: According to her death certificate she was widowed, husband was W. O. Gates. She was a daughter of Reams and Sarah (Roden) McCormack. Mrs. Joe Vanderpool of Washburn was the informant. Death Certificate
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GATES, Walker OWEN Dec. 1, 1875
Bethany,
Harrison Co., MO
May 20, 1956
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Dora E. - Research Note: He was the husband of Dora (McCormack) Gates, married in 1900. Had one son and five daughters. According to his death certificate his wife was Dora E. Gates. He was a son of James O. and Mary E. (Casebolt) Gates. Ruth Vanderpool of Washburn, MO was the informant. Obit
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GEORGE, Albert F. 1850 Apr. 20, 1919
Gudua Springs, KS
Research Note: According to the online newspapers Albert was a son of David O. George. His mother was Sarah Smith. - The news item reads: Cassville Republican, April 24, 1919 - Albert George Dead - A telegram was received here Monday by the relatives of Albert George, stating that he had died Sunday, April 20, at Gudua Springs, Kan. He had been at the Springs for some time for treatment for rheumatism. Mr. George was a son of the late David O. George, an old settler on Washburn Prairie. He was a brother of J. W. George of this city who died a short time ago, of the late Dr. George of Berryville, Ark., and of Mrs. Sarah Evans. Larry George, a nephew, of Kansas City went to Gudua Springs Monday upon receipt of the news of his uncle's death, to look after the body which is being brought to Washburn Prairie Cemetery for interment. Online Newspapers
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GEORGE, Alice (MCCLURE) July 30, 1864 1904
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: J. W. George - Inscription: "Wife of J. W. George" - Research Note: She was the wife of James W. George and the daughter of William McClure and Zarilda Jane Gay. Husband's Online Obit
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GEORGE, David O. Abt. 1810
TN
Apr. 10, 1883
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Age 73 years" - Research Note: His wife was Sarah Smith and he was the son of Jesse and Phebe George. Headstone
Donna Cooper
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GEORGE, Florence J. Nov. 26, 1894 Dec. 1981 Inscription: "Daughter" - Research Note: She was the daughter of James W. George and Alice E. McClure. SSDI gives her last residence as Cassville, Barry Co., MO. SSDI
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GEORGE, James W. 1854
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 6, 1919
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Alice McClure George - Research Note: Husband of Alice (McClure) George. - Partial Obit: He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David O. George and was born at the late George home, out on Washburn road 5 miles, in 1854, and had practically lived in this county all his life. He attended Clark's Academy at Berryville, Ark., and afterwards studied law in the office of Phelps, McAfee and Massey in Springfield and was admitted to the bar. On January 5, 1887, he and Miss Alice McClure, a daughter of the late Wm. and Mrs. Jane McClure of near Washburn, were married and they moved to this city and have lived here since. Mrs. George died some 15 years ago. There was born of this marriage, one son Larry, and two daughters, Misses Florence and Mary O. George, who survive the parents. Online Obit
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GEORGE, Laura Gertrude 1853 July 30, 1897
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of David O. & Sarah" - Research Note: Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO, Aug. 5, 1897 - Miss Laura Gertrude George died Friday, July 30, at the old George Homestead on the Washburn road, age 44 years. The remains were interred in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Saturday after services by Eld. J. C. Sellers. - She was the daughter of David O. George and Sarah Smith. Online Newspapers
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GEORGE, Lawrence Albert 1887 1964 Inscription: "Son" - Research Note: He was the son of James W. George and Alice E. McClure. Note
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GEORGE?, Martha E. 1839 1914 Research Note: There is no surname on this stone, but she is buried next to Sarah George and D. O. George. According to notes at rootsweb, David and Sarah George did have a daughter Martha E. Note
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GEORGE, Sarah (SMITH) Abt. 1816 Oct. 20, 1860 Inscription: "Wife of D. O. George - Aged 44 years old" - Research Note: She was the wife of David O. George. Note
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GODARD, Samuel Hiram Sep. 29, 1849
Franklin Co., PA
Jan. 07, 1911
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: North side, plot of four graves. Headstone for Godard. Great-grandfather of A. J. Scott, Lincoln, AR. - Phyllis' Note: Stone looks like that Goddard is spelled Gudard. His death certificate has Godard. He was a miner, father was George Godard born PA, mother's maiden name was Stewart. Mrs. W. R. Scott was the informant. - 1910 Census, Missouri, Barry, Ash , District 0001 - William R. Scott, head of household, age 51, married 6 years, born IN - Maple D. wife (daughter of Samuel Godard), age 32, mother of one child born MO - Samuel, son, age 5, born KS - Samuel Godard, father-in-law, age 60, married 35 years, born PA, has own income - Annetta, mother-in-law, age 54, mother of 7 children, 6 living, born IL - Valentine, brother-in-law, age 18, born KS - Fred, brother-in-law, age 14, born KS - His wife was Annetta Ryan and he was the son of George Godard and Anna Rebecca Stewart. Stone
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Celie K. O'rourke
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GOURLEY, John H. May 2, 1835
OH
Aug. 2, 1902
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Allen Gourley and Susan Hampton both born Carter Co., TN. He first married Hester Ann Guyre and second Julia Matilda Hawkins. In the 1880 Census, Ezbon, Jewell Co., Kansas - John H. Gourley age 44 and wife Julia age 42, are with son Thomas age 18. - 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson, Westport, District 145 - John Gourley, born May 1836 OH, age 64, married 42 years, carpenter - Julia, wife, born Aug. 1841 MI, age 58, mother of 4 children, 3 living. Census
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GOWEN, Fredalene Feb. 8, 1928 No Date SSW: Wayne - Another Photo Photos
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GOWEN, James Walter Mar. 23, 1890
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 3, 1969
Cassville Nursing Home,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records state that his father was Burrell Gowen and that his mother was Nancy Jane Durham. He was single and a farmer. He had lived in the Cassville community for 4 years and was 78 years old. - WW I Draft Registration, June 5, 1917, James was living in Seligman, Barry Co., MO and was single. 1930 Census, Washburn, Barry Co., MO, James is head of household, age 40 born MO, still single, living with his sister Maggie, age 37, single, born MO. WW I
Draft Registration
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Culver Funeral Home,
V. 13, p. 92,
by Ted Roller
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GOWEN, Margaret Elizabeth "Maggie" June 12, 1892
Barry Co., MO
June 7, 1968
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Maggie was listed in the Culver Funeral Home records as a daughter of Burrel Gowen and Nancy Durham and she was single. Mrs. Mary McGlothlin, Cassville, MO, was her closest relative and she was 75 years old. She had lived in the Cassville, MO, community for four years and lived on East St. -1930 Census, Washburn, Barry Co., MO, James is head of household, age 40 born MO, still single, living with his sister Maggie, age 37, single, born MO. Census
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Culver Funeral Home,
V. 13, p. 35,
by Ted Roller
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Donna Cooper
GOWEN, Stella Mabel (WEBB) Jan. 6, 1898
Pea Ridge,
Benton Co., MO
May 9, 1973
Bill Horner Home,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: William D. - Research Note: Mabel was the wife of William Durham Gowen. Culver Funeral Home records state that her father was T. F. Webb and her mother Ada Adella Patterson. Willie Gowen, deceased was her husband. Her closest relative was Mrs. Adella Horner, Cassville, MO. - From the online newspapers - Rock Springs - W. D. Gowen of this section, son of the late Burl A. Gowen, and Miss Mabel Webb of Pea Ridge, Ark., daughter of T. Webb were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the bride last Sunday. They are both members of well respected families. We wish for them a long happy and prosperous journey through life. April 10, 1919 - Another Photo Culver Funeral Home,
V. 13, p. 92,
by Ted Roller
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GOWEN, Wayne Nov. 1, 1922 Feb. 26, 1970 SSW: Fredalene - Inscription: "MISSOURI CPL 1773 SVC COMPT UNIT WW II" - Military Stone Photos
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GOWEN, William Durham July 12, 1888
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 20, 1968
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mabel - Inscription: "MO PVT BATT B 242 FIELD ARTY 2 WW I" - Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records have recorded that his father was Burl Gowen and his mother Nancy Jane Durham. His closest relative was Mabel Gowen. He lived at Rt. 2, Seligman, MO and was 79 years old. He was a farmer and was married. His wife was Mable Gowen. - Another Stone - Another Photo Culver Funeral Home,
V.13, p. 8,
by Ted Roller
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GRAHAM, Jacob "Jack" Patric 1880
Madison Co., MO
Nov. 16, 1951
Cardwell Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Virginia - Research Note: Jacob Patric Graham was a blacksmith according to his death certificate. He was a son of Stephen Graham and Mary Wakefield. His usual address was 1 mile north of Washburn. His wife was given as Nancy Virginia Graham and she was the informant. She gave her address as Washburn, MO. - Jack's Side Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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GRAHAM, Leanie No Date Mar. 1904
MO
Research Note: Saturday, March 12, 1904, Cassville Democrat, Barry Co., MO - Leanie Graham of near Washburn died Monday morning of pneumonia, and his remains were laid to rest Tuesday in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery by the I. O. O. F. He left a wife and four children to mourn his death. He formerly resided near this place. Online Newspapers
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GRAHAM, Pearl (MCGLOTHLIN) Abt. 1874
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
June 8, 1906
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Age 26 Years, 5 Mos. and 8 Days - Wife of J. B. Graham" - Research Note: Pearl McGlothlin married John Graham - Graham, Jno. age 21, McGlothlin, Pearl age 21, married on Feb. 24, 1901 by E. W. McCracken, MG - Newspaper account of her death: - June 16, 1906, Cassville Democrat, Saturday - Mrs. John Graham of Exeter died June 8 of jaundice and other complications, age 25 years. She was a daughter of Taylor McGlothin, an old and respected citizen of near Washburn. Funeral services were conducted at Exeter Saturday and the remains were laid to rest in the Washburn Cemetery. She left a husband and two children to mourn her death. They have the sympathy of many friends. - She was the daughter of Joseph Taylor McGlothlin and Melvina A. McGlothlin. Melvina was the daughter of Alexander and Mary (Durham) McGlothlin. Marriage Record
Online Newspaper
Donna Cooper
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GRAHAM, Stephen D. Feb. 3, 1856
Madison Co., MO
Apr. 7, 1942
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Stephen D. Graham was a retired farmer. Mary B. (Wakefield) Graham was his wife's name. He was a widow and age 86 years, 2 months and 4 days old when he died. The cause of death was nephritis. His father was Willis Graham, born AR, and his mother Martha Paullus, born Wayne Co., MO. J. P. Graham, R. 1, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Death Certificate
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GRAHAM, Virginia Nancy (GROVE) Apr. 13, 1886
Wayne Co., IL
Dec. 22, 1959
Vanderpool Home,
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Jack - Research Note: Virginia was the wife of Jacob P. Graham. Her death date was never added. She was mentioned on Jacob's death certificate as his wife. Culver Funeral Home records state that John Grove was her father and that Lydia Pruitt was her mother. Mrs. Ruth Vanderpool, Washburn, MO, was her closest relative. She had lived in the community 20 years. Jacob P. Graham, deceased was her husband. - Virginia's Side of Stone Death Certificate
Culver Funeral Home,
V. 8,P. 131,
by Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
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Phyllis Long
GREEN, Sterman Thomas Jan. 16, 1888
AR
Aug. 9, 1962
VA Hosp.,
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., AR
Inscription: "MISSOURI PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR I" - Research Note: Private United States Army. Married: Alta Mae Keller, Neodesha, KS. Brothers: Albert Green/Harmon Green (deceased) of Cassville, MO - Sister: Lillie Green (?) St. Louis, MO (deceased) - Sons: Carl S. Green, (deceased) - Richard Lee Green, (Belton, MO) - Orville Oscar Green, (Mesa, AZ.) - Donna's Note: A correction - Carol posted that Sterman Thomas Green died in Cassville, Barry Co., MO, however, Culver Funeral Home records read that he died in the VA Hospital in Fayetteville, AR, and the record also states that he was born in AR and not Barry County, MO, as she posted. He was the son of John and Nancy Green. Rev. Raymond Black preached his funeral. Note
Granddaughter
Carol (Green)Potter
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Culver Funeral Home,
by Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
GRIMES, Colonel Ralph Dec. 28, 1922
Garfield,
Benton Co., AR
June 5, 1942
Rural Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Gone But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: His death certificate reads that his father was Ira Grimes, born Garfield, AR and that his mother was Enil Scalt, born Garfield, AR. His death was caused from a brain hemorrhage as a result of a car accident. He was age 19 years, 6 months and 7 days old, which indicates the birth date on the death certificate is a correct date. His stone reads that he was born in 1923 and his death certificate 1922. Death Certificate
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GRIMES, Erie Florence (SCOTT) Sept. 8, 1891
Garfield,
Benton Co., AR
Mar. 20, 1980
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ira E. - Inscription: "Married May 11, 1942" - Research Note: Her father was Lorenzo Dow "Ramsey" Scott and her mother Melinda Cox. Her mother was born at the Elk Horn Tavern in Pea Ridge, Benton Co., AR. Ramsey and Melinda are both buried in Pratt Cemetery, Benton Co., AR. - Another Photo Photos
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GRIMES, Ira Earl Oct. 13, 1892
Garfield,
Benton Co., AR
Mar. 23, 1974
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Erie Florence - Inscription: "Married May 11, 1942" - Research Note: The Ira Grimes family lived in the Weathers salt box house located on HWY 37 in Washburn. It was a home that was built during the Civil War. Their neighbors on the north were James and Ella Mooney. - He was the son of John Robert Grimes and Martha Ellen Vandegriff. - Another Photo Photos
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GRIMES, Maxwell "Max" William Aug. 30, 1914
Benton Co., AR
Feb. 12, 2003
Cox-Monett Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rena E. - Inscription: "I Thee Wed Mar. 15, 1939" - Research Note: Springfield News-Leader - February 14, 2003 - Washburn - Mr. Maxwell William "Max" Grimes, Washburn, a residential builder, died Wednesday in Cox-Monett Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Washburn Church of Christ with burial in Washburn Prairie Cemetery under direction of Williamson Funeral Home, Cassville. He was the son of Ira Earl Grimes and Erie Florence Scott. The stone has Aug. 30, 1914, and the obit has Aug. 29, 1914 as the birth date. Photo
Obit
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GRIMES, Rena E. Feb. 12, 1917 Nov. 19, 1987 SSW: Max W. - Inscription: "I Thee Wed Mar. 15, 1939" Photo
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GRIMES, Wilma G. (VARNER) May 17 1922 Dec. 2, 1989 Inscription: "Granny" - Research Note: Her parents were Paul Chandler and Nora Jane (Hodges) Varner. Photo
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GUILES, Charity Elizabeth (WESTMORELAND) Aug. 4, 1850
Winston Salem, NC
Jan. 26, 1926
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate names W. H. Guiles as her husband's name. Her father was given as H. B. Westmoreland, born Winston Salem, NC, and her mother as Elizabeth Marshall. She was given as widowed. Death Certificate
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GUILES, Lillian (ADCOCK) Oct. 1882 1930 Research Note: Lillian was the wife of Walter Guiles. She may not have a stone. Note
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GUILES, Margaret (RAULISON) Nov. 14, 1822
Montgomery Co., NY
Mar. 10, 1916
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She married William Guiles in Montgomery Co., NY in 1844. He was born April 29, 1810 and died in 1877 in Minnesota. - A slice from the newspaper item reads: "Her family is scattered, Mrs. Alice Spofford, Conklin, N. Y.; Christopher Guiles, Hallstead, Penn.; Mrs. Mary Thompson, Cora, Penn; Frances Guiles, Alexandria, Minn.; Mrs. Lucinda Langiven and Silence Stephenson, Kemp., Minn.; Mrs. Hannah M. Wray, Orting, Wash.; Mrs. Hellen M. Bly, Wenetenbee, Wash.; Wm. H. Guiles, and Mrs. Sarah A. Westmoreland, Washburn, Mo. In 1900 she moved to Washburn with her daughter, Mrs. Westmoreland, where she lived until her spirit took its flight." Note
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GUILES, Walter E. June 27, 1878
Douglas Co., MN
1937 Research Note: He married Lillian B. Adcock on Oct. 30, 1898 in Washburn, Barry Co., MO. She was born Oct. 1879 in Barry Co., MO. He was the son of William Henry Guiles and Charity Elizabeth Westmoreland. Note
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GUILES, William Henry May 27, 1844
Montgomery Co., NY
Oct. 30, 1922
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was married July 6, 1868 in Douglas Co., MN, to Charity Westmoreland. He was the son of William Guiles and Margaret Raulison. Note
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GUNTER, Chester M. Oct. 17, 1905
TX
Jan. 23, 1987
MO
SSW: Oneida - Research Note: His wife was Oneida Hays and he was the son of Gilbert Gibson Gunter and Jennie Morris. Note
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GUNTER, Oneida (HAYS) Mar. 16, 1908 Apr. 26, 2000 SSW: Chester M. Photo
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GURNEY, George Veryl Aug. 2, 1933
Red Cloud, NE
Oct. 11, 2009
Cox South Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Lois M. - Research Note: Son of William and Lillian (Coleman) Gurney. On August 14, 1976, in Kansas City, Missouri, he was united in marriage to Lois (Nelson) Groves. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and five brothers. George received his education in Deer, Arkansas, graduating from Deer High School in 1952. He then attended Arkansas Technical College in Russellville. For four years he served in the United States Navy as a machinist mate. Throughout his life time he worked for Bendix Corporation in Kansas City where he was a draftsman and then for the Kansas City Water Department as a chemical engineer. He retired from General Motors in the Trim Department in 1986. Eighteen years ago he moved to Cassville to make his home. Barry Co. Advertiser
Oct. 14, 2009
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GURNEY, Lois M. (NELSON) (GROVES) Aug. 19, 1929 No Date SSW: George V. Photo
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GURLEY, Nancy Sybil (VARNER) (DAUGHERTY) (PERIMAN) (LASITER) (BAKER) Nov. 14, 1855
TN
Apr. 12, 1934
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate her father was William Varner, born TN and her mother was Katherine Shipley, born TN, and she was age 78 years, 5 months and 28 days old when she died. E. W. Daugherty, Purdy, MO, was the informant. She is buried next to her first husband John A. Daugherty. - Her second husband was Joel Periman Jr., third husband was Francis Lasiter, fourth husband was Jacob Baker, and fifth was George Washington Gurley. - Cassville Democrat Obit - "Aunt Nan" Gurley, Purdy, Dies Suddenly in a Chair. - Mrs. Nancy S. Daugherty Gurley of Purdy, died suddenly in her home Thursday afternoon. She was sitting in a chair talking with a neighbor, Mrs. Della LeFurjah, when she was seized with a heart attack and died immediately. The heart ailment had been chronic with her. - A short funeral service was held at the Baptist Church in Purdy, Sunday. The body was taken to her own church home, the Washburn Prairie Church where another funeral service was held. Rev. Charles Vanzandt, Rev. C. M. Smith and Rev. Jack Yancey officiated at the services. Burial was in the Washburn Prairie cemetery under the direction of Blankenships of Purdy. - She will rest by the side of her first husband, John A. Daugherty, who died March 20, 1891. - Mrs. Gurley who was affectionately known as "Aunt Nan" was the widow of the late George Gurley, whom she married in 1916 and who died Apr. 5, 1924. - Nancy S. Varner was born in Tennessee on Nov. 14, 1855. The family moved to Cassville when she was five years old. Later she moved to Washburn Prairie where she lived until about 20 years ago when she went to Purdy to make her home. She was the mother of three children by her first marriage, only one surviving, a son, E. W. Daugherty, who lived with her. A daughter, Mrs. Lily Henson, died June 13, 1903, and another daughter died Nov. 21, 1922. She is survived by eight grandchildren and five great grand children. A brother, J. F. Varner, lives at Cassville. A sister, Mrs. Pearl Fulton, lives at Washburn, and another sister, Mrs. Mary Herron lives at Shawnee, OK. Note
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