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Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
MAHAN, Albert A. I. Jan. 10, 1887
Texas Co., MO
Dec. 1, 1948
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads that he was born Jan. 10, 1887, and the stone has 1885 as his birth date. He lived 4 1/2 miles north of Washburn, where he died. He had lived in the community 31 years. The cause of death was carcinoma of the liver. His wife was given as Della Mahan, age 59. His father was John Mahan, born Eminence, MO and his mother was Martha Gillahan. Mrs. Della Mahan, RFD Washburn, MO, was the informant. Death Certificate
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MAHAN, Della M. (SUMMERS) Jan. 31, 1892
Texas Co., MO
Jan. 1, 1958
Independence,
Jackson Co., MO
Research Note: She was the wife of Albert Mahan. Culver Funeral Home records read that she was a daughter of Jess and Mary Lou (Roberts) Summers. Mrs. Angie Starkey, Kansas City, KS, was her closest relative. Albert Mahan, her husband, was deceased. Culver Funeral Home
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MAHURIN, Luzette A. (TAYLOR) Apr. 24, 1878
MO
May 19, 1958
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
Research Note: Luzetta was a twin and her sisters name was Luletta born October 1880 (date wrong) to Winford L. Taylor and Mary M. Smith. Luzetta Married Marcus Layfette Mahurin June 6, 1897. They had four sons and two daughters. The death certificate has a birth date of Apr. 24, 1878 and death as May 19, 1958. The stone has 1883-1957. She had been at General Hospital No. 1 for 5 years. William Mahurin of Rayville, MO was the informant. Family Records
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MAHURIN, Marcus Lafayette "Fayette" Mar. 4, 1881
McDonald Co., MO
May 9, 1939
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: He is buried next to Luzetta A. He was known as Lafayette. His stone reads F. Mahurin, which matches with the death certificate listing of Fayette. He was a son of William G. and Sarah Ellen (Rose) Mahurin. He was the father of 4 sons and 2 daughters. His wife was Luzetta Taylor. Donna's Note: The death certificate reads that his name was Fayette Mahurin. His father was William Mahurin and his mother Ellen Rose, born in McDonald Co., MO. Virgil Mahurin, Pierce City, MO, was the informant. The date on the death certificate for his birth is Mar. 14, 1881, which is the same year that the stone has. Family History
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MAIN, Benjamin F. May 22, 1849
Dubois Co., IN
Oct. 13, 1916
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nancy - Research Note: He was the son of Robert Hiram Main and Rachel Floyd. His daughter Ida Mae Main married Charles Valentine Young. She is buried in Maplewood. Note
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MAIN, Nancy (BRUNSON) Feb. 10, 1851
MO
Aug. 20, 1909 SSW: Benjamin - Research Note: Nancy's maiden name was given on William Main, her son's death certificate. The stone has 1908 as the death date. Death Certificate
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MANDELL, Claude S. Nov. 25, 1892 July 20, 1958
VA Hospital,
Fayetteville,
Washington Co., AR
SSW: Maybell - Inscription: "MO SGT BRIG FA REPL DRAFT WW I" - Research Note: Culver Funeral Home record states that Maybell Mandell was his closest relative. His place of birth and his parents names are not mentioned. He was a cafe owner and Rev. Tim Larkin, Purdy, MO, preached his funeral. - Another Photo Culver Funeral Home
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MANDELL, Mabel "Maybell" G. (KEMP) Dec. 15, 1904
OK
Mar. 1985
Joplin,
Jasper Co., MO
SSW: Claude S. - Research Note: She was the daughter of Edward R. and Ora M. Kemp 1910 Census, Missouri, Barry, Washburn, District 0018 - Edward R. Kemp, head, age 45, married 18 years, born IN; Ora M., wife, age 38, mother of 5 children, all living, born AR; Monta, son, age 15, born MO; Edward R., son, age 14, born MO; Harriet A., daughter, born MO; Mabel G., daughter, age 5, born OK. - Another Photo SSDI
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MARCUM, Mona July 19, 1899 Sept. 15, 1899 Inscription: "Dau. of J. G. & D. C." - Research Note: She was the daughter of James Granville Marcum and Demah Park. James and Demah moved to Joplin, MO and died there. - Another Photo - Another Photo Online Newspapers
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MARCUM, Muriel Mar. 5, 1896 July 6, 1896
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of J. G. & D. C." - Research Note: Research Note: She was the daughter of James Granville Marcum and Demah Park. James and Demah moved to Joplin, MO and died there. - Another Photo - Another Photo Online Newspapers
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MARSHALL, Mary Ann (FORSYTH) (ARNOLD) July 4, 1818
Orange Co., NC
Feb. 1904
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Callaway Funeral Home records read that Mary Marshall was buried in Washburn Cemetery on Feb. 22, 1904. She was age 86 years old. The cause of death was old age. Donna's Note: James L. Marshall was her second husband. She first married Leviticus Hezekiah Arnold in Franklin Co., TN and he died in or about March 1868 in Sugar Creek Twp., Barry County. It is possible that James Marshall may have died before 1894 since there is a probate listed in the newspapers in Barry County in 1894. He married Mary Ann Forsyth on Jan. 7, 1875 in Barry County. She was the daughter of William Barnett Forsyth and Sarah Phillips Glosson. Callaway Funeral Home
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MASON, Mary Cornelia Mar. 27, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 30, 1947
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that her father was William J. Mason, and her mother Mary C. McClary, birth places were unknown to the informant. She was single, age 67 years, 5 months and 29 days old when she died. Thomas Mason, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Death Certificate
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MASON, Robert Aug. 2, 1871
MO
Mar. 23, 1949
Purves Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads that his father was William Mason and his mother's name was unknown to the informant, Mrs. Nora Edens, Washburn, MO. He was single and buried in Washburn Prairie Cemetery on Mar. 26, 1949. Death Certificate
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MATHES, Michael Shane Oct. 17, 1968
Centerville, IA
July 12, 2011
CA
Research Note: He was the son of Floyd and Opal (Wendland) Mathes. Michael received his education in Centerville, Iowa, where he graduated from high school. Twenty years ago he moved from Exline, Iowa to Missouri to make his home. He was currently employed with American Farm Supply as an over the road truck driver. Survived by his wife, six sons and two daughters. Preceding him in death was his father, Floyd Mathes; one sister, Lorain Mathes; maternal grandparents, Harold and Mabel Wendland; paternal grandfather, Darwin McElderry and a great niece, Jayci Shrum. Fohn Funeral Home
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MATTINGLY, Lucy A. (COBLE) Sept. 17, 1886
Louisburg, MO
Oct. 1, 1966
So. Barry Co. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Lucy was a daughter of Peter D. and Sarah (Ryan) Coble. Donna's Note: Lucy A. Mattingly was a daughter of P. D. Coble and Lettie Ryan. Coble Lenge Morgan, Kansas City, MO, was her closest relative and he was a son. The funeral was at the Washburn Baptist Church and Rev. Walter Smart was the minister in charge. She is buried next to her parents. - Another Photo Photo
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Culver Funeral Home,
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MCCAFFERTY, Carole W. Apr. 12, 1906 Sept. 14, 1990 Research Note: Her SS number was issued in TX. SSDI
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MCCARY, Charles B. Mar. 29, 1875
Barry Co., MO
May 31, 1902
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Husband of Carrie A." - Research Note: His father was Benjamin Franklin McCary and his mother Tennessee Peevey. Charles B. McCary age 25 married Carrie A. Windes age 25 on Dec. 25, 1900. - Another Photo Note
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MO Marriage Records
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MCCLURE, Allen Apr. 24, 1817
TN
Feb. 6, 1874
MO
Research Note: He was the son of John Ewing McClure and Margaret Ann Kennedy. 1870 Census, Missouri, Barry, Roaring River - William McClure, age 50, works in water mill, born TN; Jane, age 30, born AR; Edwin B., age 21, born MO; W. T., age 13, male, born MO; Rebecca A., age 8, born MO; Alice, age 6, born MO; William, age 2, born MO; John, age 5 months, born MO; Allen, age 53, born TN, can't read or write. Never married. Census
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MCCLURE, America L. (ROWLAND) (MARTIN) Nov. 17, 1832
Franklin Co., TN
Mar. 5, 1915
Flat Creek,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the second wife of Thomas Jefferson McClure. Her first husband was Thomas J. Martin. - According to her death certificate she was a daughter of Preston Rowland born TN and Mary Warner born TN. T. E. McClure was the informant. Online Obits
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MCCLURE, Daniel Kennedy Aug. 21, 1812
VA
June 5, 1876
MO
Inscription: "Ae 63y. 9m. 14d." - Research Note: He was the son of John Ewing McClure and Margaret Ann Kennedy. Daniel K. McClure married Abigail Henderson on Feb. 29, 1848 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo MO Marriage Records
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MCCLURE, Eliza Jane (SWEARINGEN) June 5, 1845
Nashville,
Davidson Co. TN
Apr. 5, 1923
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that she was widowed from Jacob McClure. It gives S. Swearingen as her father, born in TN, and Jane Rhodes, born TN, as her mother. She was age 77 years, 6 months and 5 days old when she died. J. W. McClure, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Grailey Windes was the undertaker. The stone has Oct. 1, 1846 as her birth date. She was the daughter of Sterling Swearengin and Eliza Jane Roden/Rhoten, and the wife of Jacob Keller McClure. Death Certificate
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MCCLURE, Ewing K. 1868
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 14, 1919
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to his death certificate he was single and a son of Thomas J. McClure born TN and America Rowland born TN. P. E. McClure was the informant. - Cassville Republican, Thursday, Sept. 18, 1919 - Ewing McClure died Sunday Sept. 14 at the home of his brother, John P. McClure at Purdy, following an illness of two week's from a complication of troubles resulting mainly from dropsy. He was 50 years old and single. He was born and had lived all of his life on the Thomas McClure homestead southwest of this city on the Washburn road. Two brothers, John P. of Purdy and Emmett who lives on the old home farm and two sisters, Mrs. Pitts of Monett and Mrs. Anna Arnold, survive him. His stone has 1869 as the birth year. Death Certificate
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MCCLURE, Finis Lafayette Nov. 2, 1857 Feb. 8, 1908
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Sacred to the Memory of Finis Lafayette - Gone, But Not Forgotten" - Research Note: Son of Thos. J. & America L. McClure. Cassville Democrat, Feb. 22, 1908 - Finis L. McClure, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McClure, died at the home of his parents, 4 miles southwest of Cassville, Feb. 8, 1908, at 10:20 a. m. after a brief illness from the effects of pneumonia. He was born Nov. 2, 1857, aged 50 years, 3 months and 6 days. He leaves behind to mourn his loss an aged father and mother and a number of brothers and sisters. But their loss is his gain for he is now at rest. Online Obit
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MCCLURE, Francis Ernest "Bud" Apr. 5, 1871
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 18, 1915
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Thomas Jefferson McClure born TN and America Rowland, born TN. P. E. McClure was the informant on the death certificate. In 1910 Census, Exeter, Barry Co., MO, he is still living with his parents at age 38 and single. Sept. 23, 1915, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO - "Bud" McClure Passes Away: Francis Ernest McClure, better known as "Bud" died at the home of his father, Thomas McClure, five miles southwest of Cassville on the Cassville and Washburn road, Sept. 18, 1915 , of paralysis. Mr. McClure was born April 5, 1871, being 44 years, 5 months and 13 days old. He was born on the farm where he had lived all of his life and on which he died. On account of his reserved disposition and fondness for home, he did not have a wide acquaintance but his friends were numbered by his acquaintance and he was a good citizen. He took a great interest in the home farm which is one of the best in this section of the county and always remained at home with his parents. He leaves an aged father, two brothers, J. P. of Purdy and Ewing, at home, and one sister, Mrs. Anna Arnold. Also one half brother, Emmett McClure and one half sister, Mrs. T. D. Pitts of Monett. Online Obit
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MCCLURE, George H. Jul. 18, 1854 May 10, 1860 Inscription: "Son of D. K. and A. R. McClure - a. 6 y. 9 m. 22 d. " - Research Note: He was the son of Daniel K. McClure and Abigail Henderson. - Footstone Note
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MCCLURE, Sarah A. Aug. 27, 1850 May 4, 1860 Inscription: "Dau. of D. K. & A. R. - a. 9 y. 8 m. 7 d." - Research Note: She was the daughter of Daniel Kennedy McClure and Abigail Henderson. - Footstone Note
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MCCLURE, Sarah Pauline (TENNANT) Jan. 5, 1826 July 26, 1860 Inscription: "Wife of William McClure and Dau. of Rev'd T. H. Tennant - Aged 34Y. 6 M. 21 D." - Research Note: William McClure married Sarah Pauline Tennant on Jan. 1, 1846 in Barry Co., MO. She was the first wife of William McClure born 1819. They had 3 children, one of whom was Rev. Walter T. McClure. - Newer Stone Goodspeed's History
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MCCLURE, Thomas J. 1834
East TN
Jan. 22, 1916
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His first wife was Isabel Rowland and second wife was America Rowland, sister of Isabel. He was the son of John and Margaret (Kennedy) McClure. He joined the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He served in Co. C., 8th Missouri regiment, enlisting in 1862 and serving until 1864. His first wife, Isabel Rowland, died in 1865. To that union three children were born: Finis, deceased, and Mrs. T. D. Pitts of Monett and Emmett, now at home. His second wife, America (Rowland) Martin, now deceased, was a sister of his first wife. Of the second marriage four children were born. They are John P. McClure of Purdy, Ewing K. at home, Francis E., and Mrs. Anna (Mary Ann) Arnold who lives near the old home place. Online Obit
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MCCLURE, William Oct. 8, 1819
Rhea Co., TN
Feb. 6, 1896
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Born Ray Co., Tenn." - Research Note: He was the son of John McClure and Margaret Kennedy. John and Margaret started for MO in 1835 but he died in Louisburg, AR of cholera. William's mother brought the family on to Barry Co. and settled there. When William married, he went into business with J. T. Keet at Washburn. In 1850 he sold his half interest to J. T. and started his own mercantile business and continued until 1860 when he was elected county sheriff. At the beginning of the Civil War he was engaged in buying and driving horses to Louisiana but was compelled to quit the business at a heavy loss. He then moved to Roaring River and ran the mill there until 1880 when he returned to his farm in Washburn. His first wife was Sarah P. Tennant of Washington Co., AR, born 1825 in Hempstead Co., AR and she died on July 26, 1860. In July 1861, he married Zarilda Jane Gay. - Another Photo Goodspeed's History
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MCCLURE, William H. Jan. 7, 1853 May 7, 1860 Inscription: "Son of D. K. & A. R. - a 5 y. 4 m." - Research Note: He was the son of Daniel Kennedy McClure and Abigail Henderson. - Footstone Photos
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MCCLURE, Zarilda Jane (GAY) Feb. 12, 1840
Newton Co., MO
1919
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the daughter of Daniel C. and Jane Gay and was the second wife of William McClure born 1819. They had children, Rebecca A., wife of Dr. S. W. Chandler; Alice E., wife of J. W. George; William D., John C., Guy W., and George W. Cassville Republican, Nov. 27, 1919 - Jane Gay McClure was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gay, of the locality of Newtonia about the time of the organization of Newton county in the year 1839. Mrs. McClure was born February 12, 1840. Sometime later the family moved to Barry County and located in the vicinity of Washburn. She was married to William McClure in July 1861. Mr. McClure was engaged in the milling business at the Roaring River spring and was in the mercantile business at Washburn, then Keetsville and at Cassville and from 1866 to the early eighties the family lived at different times at each of these places. Later one of the fine Washburn Prairie farms on the old wire road near Washburn became the family home and remained so until Mr. McClure's death many years later. Mrs. McClure was the mother of six children: Mrs. Rebecca Chandler, wife of Dr. S.W. Chandler of this city; Alice George, deceased, wife of the late J. W. George, William D. of Claremore, Okla., Charles of Lawton, Okla., Guy W. of Springfield and R. White McClure, deceased of Springfield. - Another Stone Goodspeed's History
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MCCOMAK, Sarah M. (RHODEN) Mar. 11, 1858 Jan. 29, 1933
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her stone reads McComak and 1932 as her death date. Her death certificate reads that her name was McCormick and that Reams McCormick was her husband. She was age 74 years, 10 months and 18 days old when she died. Her parents names are not given. Lon Stubblefield was the informant. Burial was in Washburn Prairie Jan. 30, 1933. Photo
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MCCOMAK, Reames Sept. 10, 1846
Jackson Co., TN
Dec. 5, 1929
Washburn,
Washburn Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate has very little information on it. It has his name spelled McCormack and not McCormick as Sarah's death certificate has her name spelled. His stone has his name spelled McComak. He was age 84 and A. M. McComak was the informant. Abstract from Barbara's Obit Online: Reams McCormick, an old time and highly respected citizen of Washburn, passed away last Thursday at the age of 83 years. He was born in Jackson county, Tenn., and in February, 1875 was married to Miss Sarah Rhoden to which union six children were born, who are: Andrew and Harrison of Colorado. Mrs. Ben Davis, Mrs. Ike Henry, Mrs. Jas. Nodine and Mrs. W. O. Gates, all of Washburn. He also leaves his grief stricken wife and 27 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Online Obit
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MCFARLAIN, Mary Tennessee (LONGLEY) Mar. 10, 1859
MO
Nov. 18, 1885
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of G. W. & Mary Longley - Wife of M. C. McFarlain" - Research Note: Tennessee Longley married Coonrod McFarlain/McFarland. Her parents were George Washington Longley and Mary Curd. She was listed on the census in 1860, 1870 and 1880 of Barry Co., MO. Note
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MCGEHEE, Jesse Russell Nov. 18, 1904
OK
June 8, 1987 SSW: Lura E. - Research Note: He was the son of Thaddeus McGehee and Geneva Beall. Photo
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MCGEHEE, Lura E. (WATSON) Nov. 18, 1904
AR
Oct. 23, 1978 SSW: J. Russell - Research Note: She was a daughter of Kerty and Ina Harriet (Dilbeck) Watson and her parents lived in Mt. Home, AR. In 1930 she was living in Harmon Co., OK with her husband Russell. Note
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MCGLOTHLIN, Charles Oct. 14, 1874
Barry Co., MO
July 28, 1953
Portland, OR
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home did not record who his parents were but listed was where and when he died. He was 6 years old in 1880 and listed in the house of Joseph and Melvina. He was the son of Joseph McGlothlin and Melvina McGlothlin. Culver Funeral Home
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MCGLOTHLIN, James Henry Dec. 17, 1870
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 5, 1941
Seligman,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary Elizabeth - Research Note: His death certificate reads that his father was Joseph Taylor McGlothlin, born Nashville, TN and his mother was Melvina McGlothlin, born Barry Co., MO. Mary E. McGlothlin, age 63, was his wife's name and age. He had lived in the area for 32 years. The cause of death was uremia, acute nephritis and chronic choleocyatates? and influenza. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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MCGLOTHLIN, Joseph Taylor Aug. 20, 1828
Nashville, TN
Nov. 23, 1915
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Melvina A. - Research Note: November 25, 1915, Cassville Republican - Personal and Local News: Taylor McGlothin of Washburn, a pioneer citizen of this county, died at his home, Tuesday night and is to be buried today (Wednesday) at Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Donna's Note: His wife was Melvina McGlothlin, daughter of Alexander and Mary (Durham) McGlothlin. Joseph was a son of William and Nancy (Skeen) McGlothlin. Joseph and Melvina married Jan. 2, 1851 in Barry Co., MO. - McGlothlin Stone Online Newspapers
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MCGLOTHLIN, Mary Elizabeth (WALKER) Aug. 20, 1877
IL
Dec. 10, 1959
Seligman,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James Henry - Research Note: She was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin Walker and Maria Penn Hickman. Dayne McGlothlin of Wichita, KS was the informant on the death certificate. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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MCGLOTHLIN,Mary Etta (GOWEN) Mar. 16, 1894
Rock Springs Community,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 17, 1971
St. Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home Records read that she was a daughter of Burrell Gowen and Nannie Durham. Mrs. Bob Horner was her closest relative, a daughter. Her address was Eagle Rock, MO, and she had lived in the community 21 years. Her husband was Veril McGlothlin, son of James Henry McGlothin and Mary Elizabeth Walker. 1930 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek, District 28 - Veril McGlothlin, rents home for $10, has radio, age 31, married at age 24, born MO, father born MO, mother IL, manager of exchange store; Mary E., wife, age 36, married at age 29, born MO, parents born MO, book keeper at exchange. Census
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Culver Funeral Home
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MCGLOTHLIN, Melvina A. (MCGLOTHLIN) Jan. 17, 1835 Sept. 29, 1893
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Joseph Taylor - Research Note: She was a daughter of Alexander and Mary (Durham) McGlothlin and the wife of Joseph Taylor McGlothlin. Joseph and Melvina married Jan. 2, 1851 in Barry Co., MO. - McGlothlin Stone Note
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MCGLOTHLIN, Sarah Jane July 22, 1866
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 18, 1934
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was single, and death certificate reads a maid (never married). She was a daughter of Joseph Taylor McGlothlin born Nashville, TN. Her mother's maiden name given as McGlothlin born near Washburn, MO. Jewell Marvis? of Washburn, MO was the informant. Her mother was Melvina A. McGlothin. Family Records
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MCGLOTHLIN, William A. 1850 Jan. 29, 1881
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: This stone is broken in two pieces and is almost beyond being readable. He married Mary Jane Hoog, a sister to John P. Hoog. They were the children of William Allen and Sarah (Baggett) Hoog. Note
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MCMILLAN, Billy Gene Aug. 16, 1945 May 18, 1997 Inscription: "Beloved Husband, Father And Papa" - Research Note: He was listed as a son of James Brooks Burton in his obituary. - Another Photo Note
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MCQUILLIN, George Abt. 1815
VA
Jan. 1, 1882
Ash Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Aged 67 yrs. 8 ms. 2 ds" - Research Note: In 1880 George McQuillin was age 66, born in VA, and living in the household with Mary, his wife, age 48, born in IL, in Ash Twp. William and Martha J. McQuillin lived on one side of them and on the other side was John and Rosa Cargile with son Freddy. The name is sometimes listed as McQuillen. Note
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MEASEL, Charles Mikel Oct. 4, 1949 Oct. 1, 1993 No Data Photo
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MEASEL, Matthew Scott May 22, 1962
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
May 26, 1962
St. Vincent's Hosp.
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records have recorded that this infant's father was Harold Measel and his mother Charlotte Sparkman. His stone reads that he was born May 23rd and that he died May 24, 1962 and not May 22nd and May 26th as the funeral home record reports. Photo
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MEEK, Malissa A. Dec. 7, 1847 Nov. 22, 1904 Research Note: Malissa A. Thomas married Jonathan R. Meek on July 25, 1869 in Barry Co., MO. - 1870 Census 1870 Mountain Twp., Barry Co., MO Richard Meeks, farmer, age 28, OH; Melissa A., age 23, OH, white, female; Wm. W., age 3/12, born in March, MO, white, male - 1880 Census, Mountain Twp., Barry Co., Missouri - Jonathan Meek, Self, Married, Male, White, 34, OH, Farmer, OH, OH; Malissa A. Meek, Wife, Married, Female, White, 31, OH, Keeps House, OH, OH; William W. Meek, Son, S, Male, White, 10, MO, Works On Farm, OH, OH; John A. Meek, Son, S, Male, White, 8, MO, Out Of School, OH, OH; Mary A. Meek, Dau, S, Female, White, 5, MO, OH, OH; Ida Bell Meek, Dau, S, Female, White, 3, MO, OH, OH - 1900 Census, Missouri, Barry, Mineral Spring, District 12 - Melissa Meek, head, born Dec. 1847 OH, age 52, widowed, mother of 4 children, all living, father born VA, mother OH - Jonathan Richard Meek is possibly buried at Mineral Springs Cemetery listed as MEEK, J. R.; born Jan. 16, 1843; Died July 16, 1898. Inscription: "15 ARMY CORPS CO L 5TH REG OF ILL VOL CAV" MO Marriage Records
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METCALF, Rebecca (WOLF) (PIRTLE) (KELLEY) Apr. 15, 1836
OH
Mar. 5, 1920
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was married, husband not named. Her father was John Wolf born OH. Her mother's maiden name given as Howard Woodward, maybe someone who raised her? Hugh Metcalf of Washburn, MO was the informant. The death certificate has birth year of 1837. Stone has 1836. 1910 Census, Missouri, Barry, Butterfield, District 0002 - Hugh M. Metcalf, head, age 62, married twice, years presently married 0, born OH; Rebecca, wife, age 66, married twice, also married 0 years, born OH, mother of 5 children, 2 living. - 1920 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek, District 1 - Hugh M. Metcalf, head, age 72, born OH, father born NY, mother OH; Rebecca, wife, age 83, born OH, parents born OH; Lige (Elijah) R. Long; son-in-law, age 50, born MO, parents born MO; Corda A. (daughter of Rebecca and her first husband George Pirtle) Long, daughter, age 46, born IN, father born IN, mother OH. A very well sourced family tree at Ancestry.com gives Thomas Jefferson Wolfe and Eliza A. Messick as her parents. Her first husband was George W. Pirtle, second husband was James Kelley, and third husband was Hugh M. Metcalf. Death Certificate
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MILLER, Agnes L. May 2, 1901 May 17, 1901 Inscription: "Dau. of P. D. & E. J." Photo
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MILLER, C. D. Apr. 7, 1957 June 12, 1958 No Data Headstone
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MILLER, Elizabeth Jan. 5, 1915 Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
June 7, 1915
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Baby - Dau. of Mead S. & Clara" - Research Note: June 10, 1915, Thursday, Cassville Republican - The little eight months old babe of Mr. and Mrs. Mead Miller of Washburn Prairie died Sunday night of pneumonia. Funeral services conduced by Rev. E. W. Love were held at the home Monday afternoon and the little body laid to rest in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Online Newspapers
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MITCHELL, Avard Woodrow June 7, 1915 Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 23, 1948 Butterfield,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Charles S. and Sarah (Pendergraft) Mitchell. His wife was named Bernice. Death Certificate
Headstone
Donna Cooper
MITCHELL, Letta (JAMES) Sep. 13, 1906
Gainesville,
Ozark Co., MO
Jan. 3, 1939
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate her husband was Elmer Mitchell. She was a daughter of F. E. James born Gainesville, MO and Augusta White, born Gainesville, MO. The cause of death was an acute heart attack. Elmer Mitchell, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Donna's Note: Her father was Freeman Ezekiel James and her mother Augusta Olive White. She was age 22 years, 3 months and 20 days old when she died and married. Death Certificate
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MOFFATT, Frances Carolyn (HARMAN) Sept. 25, 1899
Greenwood, NE
Feb. 5, 1920
Licking,
Texas Co., MO
Research Note: Obtained death certificate completed by her father, Lewis Franklin Harman from Jefferson City, Missouri. Death Certificate
Paul Creech
MOFFATT, Abigail Abt. 1830 Sept. 8, 1916
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Widow of Rev. Roland Moffatt, her son was P. R. Moffatt. On line Obituary. September 14, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican. - Mrs. Abigail Moffatt, died Friday, Sept 8, aged 86 years, at the home of her son, P. R. Moffatt, west of Washburn. Dropsy is given as the direct cause of her death. Mrs. Moffatt was the widow of Rev. Moffatt who for many years was a prominent minister in this county. He has been dead a number of years. She had been making her home for sometime with her only son, P. R. Moffatt. Online Newspapers
Darla Ball Marbut
MOFFATT, Pliny R. Aug. 25, 1868
Myra, WI
Apr. 23, 1934
Hominy, OK
SSW: Della C. - Research Note: Cassville Democrat, April 19, 1934 - Pliny Roland Moffatt was born in Myra, Wisconsin, August 25, 1868, passed away to his eternal rest from his home in, April 23, 1934 at the age of 65 years, eight months and one day. Bro. Moffatt was united in marriage to Della C. Walker, February 23, 1890 and to this union were born ten children, one preceding the father in infancy. Bro. Moffatt was converted when a young man and united with the Methodist Episcopal church in Washburn, and a member of Methodist Episcopal church in Hominy, Okla. Bro. Moffatt was a member of the Barry Lodge A. F. & A. M. 367 in Washburn, Missouri. He is survived by a loving wife, Mrs. Della Moffatt and 4 sons; Frank of Tulsa, Okla.; Fred of Arp, Texas; Boyd of Oklahoma City; Heath of Hominy, Okla.; and five daughters, Mrs. Helen Dalton, Begman, Nebr.; Mrs. Ruth Yerion, Winchester, Ill.; Lois, Madge, and Norma of Hominy, Okla. - Another Photo Headstone
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MOFFATT, Della Cora (WALKER) Feb. 14, 1871
IL
Nov. 18, 1959
Pomona, CA
SSW: Pliny R. - Research Note: Her parents were Benjamin F. Walker and Maria Penn Hickman. They married Feb. 24, 1859 in Piatt Co., IL. Cassville Republican, Dec. 3, 1959 - Mrs. Della Cora Moffatt, 88, of 1782 Yorba Drive, Pomona, California, died Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 2:06 P. M., after a long period of failing health. Mrs. Moffatt was born Feb. 14, 1871, in Illinois. In 1945 she moved to Encino, CA from Hominy, Oklahoma, where she had a member of the Rebekah Lodge, Order of the Eastern Star, and the Methodist Church. She had resided in Pomona since 1947. Mrs. Moffatt leaves four daughters and four sons; 14 grandchildren and numerous great great children. Funeral services were held in the Powell Funeral Home in Hominy, and interment made in Washburn Prairie Cemetery in Washburn, Tuesday afternoon November 23rd. - Another Photo Note
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MOFFATT, Roland Jan. 19, 1815
West Springfield, MA
Aug. 27, 1895
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Lewis D. and Asentha Moffatt. He was a preacher. Cassville Republican, Thursday, August 29, 1895 - Died, Thursday, August 27, Rev. Roland Moffatt, aged 80 years; 7 months, and 8 days. The deceased was born in West Springfield, Mass., Jan 19, 1815, the son of Lewis D. and Asentha Moffatt. At the age of 10 he moved to New York and from there to Wisconsin in the year of 1850, where he entered on his ministerial service in 1851, and traveled some twenty circuits in that state. In 1869, he removed to Nevada, Vernon Co., MO, and entered on his ministerial work and worked about eight circuits before coming to Barry County in the year of 1879 where he continued in his work one year before being superannuated. He continued as a local preacher until the last sickness. He leaves a wife and one daughter, Mrs. Emma Howard, near Cassville, a son P. R. Mofatt. The funeral took place at the church in Washburn at 10 o'clock, Wednesday and the remains were buried at the Prairie Cemetery, immediately after service. Online Newspaper
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BRIXEY, Elizabeth (MONTGOMERY) 1866 May 23, 1890
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Hugh and Elizabeth Montgomery. Cassville Republican, May 29, 1890 - O'Day Items: Died, May 23, 1890, Mrs. General Brixey, at her home two miles north of Washburn, of fever. She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her loss. She was a daughter of Hugh Montgomery and a member of the M. E. Church (South). - General Marshall Brixey remarried and is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Cassville, MO. He committed suicide in 1926 by hanging himself. - Montgomery Plot Stone Headstone
Donna Cooper
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MONTGOMERY, Elizabeth (LOWERY) 1835
Rockingham Co., TN
1909
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of Hugh S. Montgomery - October 21, 1909, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Elizabeth Montgomery Dead: With the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery of Washburn Prairie, Barry County, loses one of its old and most highly respected citizens. After long years of suffering the invalid mother passed quietly away on Thursday evening, Oct. 14, on the farm which had been her home for half a century. Elizabeth Lowery Montgomery was born in 1835 in Rockingham County, Tenn., and in 1859 was married to Hugh S. Montgomery who died on the same farm near Washburn in 1888. Mrs. Montgomery was the mother of seven children; Thomas H., of Oklahoma; T. L. of Washburn; Hugh S. of this city; Elizabeth, deceased (wife of G. M. Brixey); Clementine, wife of Sol Sparkman of Washburn; Miss Clara of Washburn and Samuel S., deceased. Several years ago, Mrs. Montgomery lost her eyesight. During her invalid years she was ever been the object of her children's tenderest care. Her comfort was their first desire. T. L. and Miss Clara lived with their mother and looked after her interest as if she were a child. Mrs. Montgomery had reared and educated eighteen orphan children in addition to her own family. She was a kindly and sympathetic mother and was dearly beloved by all her neighbors. She had been for years a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church South. Funeral services were held Friday conducted by Rev. E. W. McCracken. The remains were laid to rest in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery. - Montgomery Plot Stone Online Obit
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MONTGOMERY, Ernest Clarence Sept. 17, 1873
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
May 25, 1943
Burge Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: His wife was Leona Reed, according to Eugene Montgomery 's Death Certificate. Ernest's Death Certificate: He had been married 3 times and was divorced at the time of his death. His father was Tom Montgomery and mother's maiden name was Whites. Mrs. B. E. Curl of Portage, WI was the informant. - He was the son of Thomas H. Montgomery died in Luther, OK and Anna Whittis. Leona Reed was one of his wives. 1910 Census, Missouri, Barry, Washburn, District 0018 - Timothy M. Montgomery (Ernest's uncle), head, age 49, single, born MO, parents born VA; Clara, sister, age 36, born MO, parents born VA; Ernest C., nephew, age 36, married once for 4 years, born MO; Leona, niece, age 20, married once for 4 years, born AR; Eugene E., nephew, age 2, born AR. 1930 Census, Exeter, Barry Co., MO - E. C. Montgomery is age 56, wife Leona age 40, daughter Allene age 16, daughter Virginia age 14, son Paul age 12, son Perry age 8, all born MO. Note
Beverly Matthews
(Deceased)
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MONTGOMERY, Eugene Jan. 30, 1909
AR
Oct. 11, 1915
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of E. C. & Leona Montgomery" - Research Note: His death certificate, Barry County, MO, reads that he was age 7 years, 5 months, 11 days, which makes the birth year calculate at 1908. The undertaker was Neighbors, and he was buried Oct. 14, 1915. His father was given as E. C. Montgomery and his mother as Leona Reed, born AR. The informant was J. E. Reed, Exeter, MO. Stone listed born 1909, Certificate reads 1908. Also believe this is the unnamed Montgomery child who died at 7 years of age in newspaper. - Scrapbook bought at the estate sale of Vivian Roller by Ted W. Roller, unknown newspaper: LITTLE BOY DIES - A 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Montgomery residing south of Exeter, died Sunday night of tonsillitis. The funeral services were conducted Monday, at Washburn Prairie Church House by Rev. E.W. Love of this city and interment was made there. A vacancy has been made in this family that will cause loneliness that time can only heal. The family will have the sympathy of all their acquaintances. Note
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Beverly Matthews
(Deceased)
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MONTGOMERY, Henry C. 1868
Barry Co., MO
1874
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Hugh Scott and Elizabeth (Lowery) Montgomery. Note
Donna Cooper
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MONTGOMERY, Hugh S. 1828
Washington Co., TN
1888
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Goodspeed's History reads that he died before publication. Father Thomas Montgomery, born 1791, Washington Co., VA., Died 1854, Bradley Co. TN., Mother: Elizabeth Scott, born 1802, Washington Co., VA. Source: Goodspeed's History, pub. 1888, Barry Co., MO - Montgomery Plot Stone Note
Beverly Matthews
(Deceased)
Headstone
Donna Cooper
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MONTGOMERY, Timothy L. Aug. 22, 1860
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
June 15, 1932
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Timothy L. Montgomery's death certificate # 18616, listed him as single, age 71 yrs., 9 mo., 23 days old at his death. He was buried June 16, 1932. His father was given as Hugh S. Montgomery, born TN, and his mother as Elizabeth Lowery, born TN. The informant was Hugh Brixey, Cassville, MO and the undertaker was Horine-Culver, Cassville, MO. 1910 Census, Missouri, Barry, Washburn, District 0018 - Timothy M. Montgomery, head, age 49, single, born MO, parents born VA; Clara, sister, age 36, born MO, parents born VA; Ernest C., nephew, age 36, married once for 4 years, born MO; Leona, niece, age 20, married once for 4 years, born AR; Eugene E., nephew, age 2, born AR. 1920 Census, Missouri, Barry, Washburn, District 22 - Hugh S. Brixey, head, age 31, born MO; Norma, wife, age 30, born MO; Montey, daughter, age 11, born MO; Hazel, daughter, age 10, born MO; Hugh S. Jr., son, age 11 months; T. L. Montgomery, boarder, age 60, single, born MO; Clarence Ramsey, no relationship given, age 24, single, born MO. Note
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(Deceased)
Headstone
Donna Cooper
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MOONEY Ella Mae (PEASE) May 22, 1883
Beatrice,
Gage Co., NE
Sept. 20, 1969
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of James Pease and Janetta Fetrow and they are also buried at Washburn Prairie. - Another Photo Photo & Family
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MOONEY, Eliza J. (COPPAGE) Feb. 23, 1856
Barry Co., MO
June 8, 1895
Barry Co., MO
SSW: T. P. Mooney - Inscription: "Wife of T. P. Mooney" - Research Note: Married- Aug. 28, 1875 in Barry Co., MO - Cassville Republican, Thursday, June 13, 1895 - Dr. Mooney, of St. Louis, assisted by Drs. Mitchell and Wooten of Cassville, and Dr. Chandler, of Washburn performed a difficult surgical operation on Mrs. T. P. Mooney of Washburn, Monday, removing a nine pound tumor. Including the fluid, the patient was relieved of at least forty pounds. Mrs. Mooney has been in ill health for some time, but since the operation is improving. She is a sister of Dr. Coppedge of this place. - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
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MOONEY, James Harvey "Jamie" - SIMPSON Nov. 10, 1877
Washington,
Franklin Co., MO
May 7, 1951
Home, Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ella Mae Pease - Inscription: "PVT 1 ARK INFANTRY SP AM WAR" - Research Note: He was a son of America Simpson and his father was George Simpson. His brother was John Simpson, buried in Washburn Prairie. Timothy Patrick Mooney was his adoptive father. His half sister was Dovey Louise (Bailey) Payton who is buried in Union Cemetery, near Powell. On Sept. 19, 1951 Mrs. Ella Mooney, Washburn, Missouri, bought a stone for she and James H. Mooney. It was delivered on Oct. 6, 1951 and set by Cassville Momument Company. It was a gray granite, Carthage stone. She paid $147.90 for it and gave $10.00 down. There was an undertakers marker there where the stone was set. - Another Stone - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
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Federal Census
Marriage Record
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MOONEY, Juanita (MORGAN) July 17, 1915
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 20, 1987 SSW: Lawrence - Research Note: Juanita was a daughter of Joseph M. and Samantha Anna (Weathers) Morgan who are both buried at Hickman Cemetery. Samantha Ann Weathers was a descendant of Zachariah Haddock. - Another Photo Photo
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MOONEY, Lawrence Arthur Sept. 10, 1910
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 13, 1995
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Juanita Morgan & Lawrence Jr. - Research Note: Lawrence was a son of Jamie Mooney and Ella Mae Pease and they are also buried at Washburn Prairie. - Another Photo Photo
Family
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MOONEY, Lawrence, Jr. July 15, 1936
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
1936
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Juanita C. & Lawrence - Research Note: Stone only reads 1936. He was a son of Lawrence and Juanita (Morgan) Mooney and they had no other children. - Another Stone - Another Photo - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
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MOONEY, Loyd Patrick Sept. 20, 1900
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 01, 1968
Cassville
Community Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "MISSOURI PFC MED DEPT. WORLD WAR I" - Research Note: Next to Loyd is Ruth (Berryhill) (Mooney) Tate, his wife. His parents were James "Jamie"and Ella (Pease) Mooney. - Another Stone - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
Family
Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
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MOONEY, Patrick Feb. 2, 1882
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
July 12, 1897
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "15 Yrs. 5 Mos. 10 Ds." - Research Note: Patrick Mooney was killed while jumping a freight train in Washburn. He was a son of Shawn and Bittie Mooney. His sister, Jennie Mooney, second wife of Wesley Denbo died in 1909. Newspaper Account - Cassville Republican, July 15, 1897 - Died Monday at Washburn, 16 year old Pat Mooney, son of John Mooney. Believed to have been injured jumping from a train. A sister is Mrs. W. T. Denbo. - Another Photo - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
Family
Online Obit
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MOONEY, Rex Warren Dec. 9, 1921
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
May 16, 2004 Inscription: "REX WARREN MOONEY - US ARMY AIR FORCES - SSGT US AIR FORCE - WORLD WAR II - KOREA, BRONZE STAR MEDAL" - Research Note: Rex was a son of Jamie and Ella (Pease) Mooney. - Another Stone - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
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Donna Cooper
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MOONEY, Timothy Patrick Feb. 2, 1833
Dublin,
Galway Co., Ireland
Feb. 18, 1912
Carthage,
Jasper Co., MO
SSW: Eliza - Research Note: Timothy Patrick Mooney has a double marker with Eliza, his wife. They were married on Aug. 28, 1875 in Barry Co., MO. T. P. and Eliza were the adoptive parents of Jamie Mooney. - Cassville Republican, Feb. 22, 1912 - T. P. Mooney died at his home in Carthage Sunday and was buried at Washburn Monday. He was for many years a citizen of this county and a merchant at Washburn. He was a good business man and an excellent citizen. A few years ago he moved to Carthage where he has since made his home. J. H. Mooney, a business man at Washburn, is an adopted son of T. P. Mooney's. - Another Photo - Another Photo Photo
Family
Online Obit
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MOORE, Bonnie Dec. 24, 1941
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 24, 1941
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Charles Moore, born AR and Galdis Mahurin, born MO. The cause of death was malnutrition. Death Certificate
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MOORE, Elijah M. Abt. 1830
TN
Sept. 21, 1884
MO
Inscription: "Aged 54 Yrs, 10 Mos. 23 Ds" - Research Note: He was the son of Garrett and Ellen T. Moore both born TN. His wife was Vesta Buchanan, married on Oct. 14, 1855 in Barry Co., MO. 1860 Census, Sugar Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO - E. M. Moore, 24, Merchandising, Tennessee; Vesta Moore, 23, Arkansas; W. G. Moore, 4, Missouri, Male; S. L. Moore, 2, Missouri, Male; Infant No Name Moore, 1 month, Missouri, Female. Living next door is his father: Garrett Moore, 56, Tennessee; Ellen T. Moore, 53, Tennessee; L. H. Moore, 21, Tennessee, Male; Simpson Moore, 19, Tennessee, Male; Mary E. Moore, 14, Tennessee, Female. MO Marriage Records
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MOORE, Florence No Date No Date Research Note: This stone is broken off at the bottom and has no dates left. The top piece is sticking in the holder that once held the entire stone. It is next to the stone for Pearl Moore. Note
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MOORE, Israel Coleman Abt. 1815
TN
Apr. 18, 1883
MO
Inscription: "Aged 68 Y. 2 M. 10 D." - Research Note: His wife was Nancy Ann Burkhart and he was a brother to Garrett Moore. Their father was Simpson P. Moore. Note
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MOORE, James M. Jan. 15, 1840 Nov. 7, 1881 Research Note: This stone is near the stones for Florence and Pearl Moore. His wife was Mary Ann Johnson. 1880 Census, Sugar Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO - James Moore, Self, Married, Male, White, 38, MO, Stock Dealer, NC, TN; Mary Moore, Wife, Married, Female, White, 28, MO, Keeping House, VA, TN; Anna W. Moore, Dau, S, Female, White, 7, MO, At Home, MO, MO; Cara E. Moore, Dau, S, Female, White, 5, MO, At Home, MO, MO; Nora Moore, Dau, S, Female, White, 4 Months, MO, At Home, MO, MO [Born March]; Malta Jesse, Other, S, Female, White, 12, MO, At Home, KY, KY [Martha?]. Note
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MOORE, Mary Ann (JOHNSON) Nov. 10, 1850
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 20, 1930
Dallas, TX
Inscription: "Born Nov. 10, 1850, Washburn, MO" - Research Note: Dau. of S. M. Johnson and Naomi A. Fulton. Married J. M. Moore Dec. 23, 1870. Mother of Anna, Cora, Maurice. Died Jan. 20, 1930, Dallas, Texas. With love from her great grandson Earl V. Johnson II of Dallas, Texas, March 1997." - Research Note: February 4, 1897, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO - Washburn News Items: The body of Mrs. Anna Johnson was brought up Monday eve on the 4:30 train for interment. She was taken to the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Frost, until Tuesday, where she was laid to rest by her husband's side in the Prairie cemetery. Mrs. Johnson was quite old and died of typhoid fever. Her daughter, Mrs. Mary Moore, who had been with her mother was also brought home quite low with typhoid fever, and her son, Arthur, was down with same unable to attend the funeral of his mother. Online Newspapers
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MOORE, Pearl Mar. 7, 1880 Aug. 16, 1881 Research Note: This stone is next to a piece of a stone that is left for Florence Moore. Headstone
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MOORE, Vesta (BUCHANAN) Aug. 19, 1837
AR
Aug. 29, 1871
MO
Inscription: "Wife of E. M. & Daughter of G. & S. Buchanan" - Research Note: She was the wife of Elijah M. Moore and the daughter of Rev. Greenfield Buchanan and Susan Logan (Buchanan) (Townsend). Susan is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Cassville, MO. Mother's Online Obit
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MOORE, Winford G. Mar. 23, 1882 Oct. 13, 1886 Inscription: "Son of L. S. & Bell" Photo
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MOORE, Zennett Apr. 18, 1842 Feb. 13, 1895 Inscription: "Wife of L. S." - Another Photo Photos
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MORRIS, Daniel L. June 21, 1874 Oct. 7, 1890 Inscription: "Son of J. B. & M. J." - Research Note: The first transcription had Oct. 2, stone reads Oct. 7. - Another Photo Photo
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MORRIS, Bradley J. Nov. 14, 1845
TN
Oct. 10, 1912
Near Springdale, Washington Co., AR
Research Note: October 17, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn News: The remains of Bradley Morris of Fayetteville, Ark., was brought here for burial at Washburn Prairie Wednesday. He died at the hospital at Fayetteville. He will be remembered by the old settlers as the son of the late Rev. Robt. Morris. - Bradley N. Morris, formerly a Barry County citizen, died at his home near Springdale, Ark., last week. He lived some years ago on what is known as the Ernest Carter farm on Washburn Prairie. His father was a well known Baptist minister of this county. Mr. Morris had many relatives and old friends on Washburn Prairie who were grieved to know of his death. He leaves a wife and a number of other relatives to mourn his death. Online Newspaper
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MORRIS, Mary J. June 9, 1849 Mar. 18, 1886 Inscription: "In Memory of My Wife" - Research Note: She was the wife of Bradley J. Morris. Census
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MORSE, George Feb. 14, 1923 Sept. 25, 1978 Inscription: "PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR II" - Another Photo Photos
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MURPHY, Mariane E. Sept. 4, 1932 May 25, 2004 No Data Photo
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MUTSCH, Beulah Dec. 26, 1901 Apr. 27, 1982 Research Note: She was buried next to Harold Mutsch. Note
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MUTSCH, Harold Apr. 19, 1907 Aug. 1, 1986 No Data Photo
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MYERS, Amos Alexander Oct. 1, 1849
IA
Oct. 18, 1920
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Eliza Jane. - Research Note: According to his death certificate his father was Alexander Myers, born NC. His mother was listed as "don't know". Mrs. A. A. Myers was the informant. He was the son of Alexander Myers and Nancy Ann Lewman. Donna's Note: The stone reads that he was born in 1849 - the death certificate Oct. 1, 1852. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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MYERS, Arthur Amos Mar. 21, 1904
Rock Springs,
Carroll Co., AR
Sept. 11, 1988
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Iva L. - Inscription: "Jan. 16, 1932" - Research Note: Phyllis' Note - Father: Amos A. Myers; Mother: Eliza Jane Baker. Marriage: January 16, 1932 in Cassville, Barry Co., MO to Ivy Lillian Paul. Art worked on the railroad and was one of the foremans who helped build Roaring River State Park. Ivy was a homemaker and helped run the farm. She also helped with the election for years in Barry Co. Ivy and her sister Eva Walden ran a cafe in Washburn. Family Group Sheet
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MYERS, Charles Phillip Apr. 7, 1857 June 12, 1858 Research Note: Charles Phillip Myers was a son of Conrad and Hannah (Hedrick) Myers. Conrad and Hannah are buried in Fresno, CA. - Another Photo - Another Photo Note
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MYERS, Eliza Jane (BAKER) Mar. 27, 1859
MO
Feb. 6, 1949
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Amos A. - Research Note: Her father was Joshua Solomon Baker and her mother was Mary Elizabeth Mayes. - Another Photo Note
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MYERS, Iva Lillian (PAUL) Sept. 22, 1911
Cherokee, KS
Nov. 25, 1996
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Arthur A. - Inscription: "Jan. 16, 1932" - Research Note: Married Jan. 16, 1932 - Phyllis' Note: She was a daughter of Thomas Nelson Paul and Quintilla Hall. Wife of Arthur Amos Myers. Family Group Sheet
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MYERS, J. W. No Date 1874 Research Note: Stone has '74 on it. It was upside down in the dirt. Photo
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MYERS, Josie Apr. 1864
AR
Nov. 1914
MO
Research Note: November 12, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn News: Mrs. Josie Myers, wife of Phillip Myers, died Monday of pneumonia after a few weeks illness. Mrs. Myers was about 40 years old and has been a great sufferer with rheumatism for years. She was a lady of Christian character and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She will be buried at the Washburn Prairie Cemetery today, Tuesday. Our sympathy is extended to the husband and two sons who has lost a faithful wife and loving mother. 1900 Census, Missouri, Barry, Washburn, District 16 - Phillip Myers, born Feb. 1867 IA, age 33, married 14 years, parents born SC, farmer; Josephine, wife, born Apr. 1864 AR, mother of 2 children, living, father born AR, mother AL; William, son, born Feb. 1887 AR, age 13; Floyd, son, born May 1889 AR, age 11. Online Newspapers
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MYERS, Sarah M. Sept. 22, 1854 Apr. 10, 1874 Research Note: She was a daughter of Conrad and Hannah (Hedrick) Myers. - Another Photo - Another Photo Note
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MYERS, Walter 1897
Rock House,
Carroll Co., AR
1923
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Father of Esther Kelly" - Research Note: He was the son of Amos A. Myers and Eliza Jane Baker. May 25, 1916, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO - Licenses to Wed: Walter Myers, Washburn & Clemmie Brewer, 17, Washburn. 1920 Census, Missouri, Barry, Washburn, District 22 - Walter Myers, age 23, born AR, father born IA, mother MO; Clemma, wife, age 20, born MO, parents born MO; Ralph, son, age 2, born MO; Esther, daughter, age 9 months, born MO. Headstone
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