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Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
NEMES, George Mar. 12, 1884
Romania
Mar. 12, 1965
Rogers,
Benton Co., AR
Inscription: "Donated By Max & Loren Grimes" - Research Note: According to Culver Funeral Home records his father was John Nemes but his mother's name was unknown to the informant. He was single, age 81, and lived in the Washburn, MO, area. Emory Melton took care of the funeral arrangements and Ennis Henbest preached his funeral. SSDI gives his last known address as Washburn, Barry Co., MO and his SS number was issued in MI. Note
Betty Fountain Erickson
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NODINE, Elsie Myrtle (LAWRENCE) June 6, 1907
Washburn, Barry Co., MO
May 22, 1937
Stella, Newton Co., MO
Research Note: She is buried next to Winnie (Lawrence) Clark. Her death certificate reads that her husband was Joe Nodine. Her father was J. M. Lawrence born IN and Mother was Ollie Lawrence born Exeter, Barry Co., MO. Her husband Joseph Clifford Nodine remarried to Vesta Boles, and is buried at Belton, Cass Co., MO. Death Certificate
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NODINE, Gertrude "Gertie" (PRIVITT) Mar. 27, 1897
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 7, 1981
Benton Co., AR
SSW: Oliver Nodine - Inscription: "Married Dec. 13, 1914" - Research Note: She was the daughter of James Ellen Privitt and Rebecca Iris Michael. Wife of Oliver Jasper Nodine. Note
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NODINE, Harriet "Hattie" Ellen (MCCORMACK) Oct. 26, 1888
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 22, 1972
So. Barry Co. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that Reams McCormack was her father and that Sarah Roden was her mother. Jim E. Nodine, deceased, was her husband. Joe Nodine (son), Belton, MO, was her closest relative. She was age 83 and was widowed. Rev. Paul Watson, Cassville, MO, preached her funeral. Note
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NODINE, James "Jim" E. Oct. 12, 1890
Carroll Co., AR
Aug. 16, 1948
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Napoleon Bonaparte H. "Boney" Nodine and Nancy Foster. His wife was Hattie McCormack. Culver Funeral Home,
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NODINE, Oliver Jasper Nov. 3, 1893
Carroll Co., AR
Sep. 30, 1973
Cardwell Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
SSW: Gertie - Inscription: "Married Dec. 13, 1914" -Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records state that he was a son of Napoleon Bonaparte H. "Boney" Nodine and Nancy Foster. He was a farmer and lived in Ash Twp., Rt. 1, Washburn, MO. He came to Missouri at age 7. Mrs. Gertie Nodine was his closest relative. His wife's name was Gertrude Privett Nodine. Arnold Nodine made the arrangements. Culver Funeral Home,
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NOLEN, Norma (ADCOCK) Jan. 21, 1913
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 8, 1991 Research Note: Norma Adcock married Norman Nolen. - Back of Stone Note
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NORMAN, Amy Ann (TALBURT) Aug. 28, 1910
Gann Ridge,
Benton Co., AR
Feb. 6, 2007
Mt. Vernon Place
Care Center
Mt. Vernon,
Lawrence Co., MO
SSW: Clyde H. - Research Note: Amy Ann (Talburt) Norman, age 96, of Washburn, died yesterday, February 6, at Mt. Vernon Place Care Center. She was born August 28, 1910, in Gann Ridge, AR, and was a daughter of John Thomas and Mahala Ann (Schell) Talburt. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Washburn. She married Clyde Howard Norman on July 21, 1932, in Seligman, and he preceded her in death September 14, 1981. Survivors include several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by six brothers, Thomas, James, Ervin, Elmer, Peter, and Frank; and three sisters, Josie, Tina, and Euna. Barry Co. Advertiser
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NORMAN, Bobby Gene Apr. 21, 1931 Dec. 12, 1998 Inscription: "A3C US AIR FORCE, KOREA" - Research Note: He was the son of Arthur Raymond Norman Sr. and Leona G. Boles. His wife was Phyllis Rea Hagood. - Military Stone Note
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NORMAN, Clyde Howard Sept. 29, 1908
Aurora,
Lawrence Co., MO
Sept. 14, 1981
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Amy A. - Research Note: Husband of Amy Ann Talburt married July 21, 1932 at Seligman, Missouri. Son of William Monroe Norman and Mae E. Turner. He was a retired farmer, long time Barry county resident, and serving as Democratic committeeman in Barry county at the time of his death. He was survived by three brothers; Virl, Walden, and Jack, three sisters; Marie Northcutt, Iva Northcutt, and Faye Banks. Obit
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NORMAN, India Allan June 4, 1958
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 13, 1980
Little Rock, AR
Research Note: India Norman was a daughter of Bobby Gene and Phyllis Rea (Hagood) Norman. She lost her life in a car accident near Sparkman, AR. She was a lifetime resident of Washburn, MO and graduated from SW high school in 1976 where she was an all district basketball and volleyball player. She was a Sr. at Henderson State College in Arkadelphia, AR. Survived by a her parents, a brother, a sister, and a grandmother. Obit
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NORMAN, Phyllis Rea (HAGOOD) Aug. 20, 1935 No Date Research Note: She was the wife of Bobby Gene Norman. Her parents were Vesta (Webb) and C. C. Hagood. Note
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NORTHCUTT, Anna Bell (HICKEY) Sept. 17, 1897
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 19, 1954
Barry Co., MO
SSW: W. Duncan Northcutt - Research Note: She was the daughter of Thomas Henry Hickey and Amanda Belle Carbaugh. - Another Photo Note
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NORTHCUTT, Infant No Date No Date Inscription: "Children of Dr. L. B. & M. T. Northcutt" - Another Photo Photo
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NORTHCUTT, Infant No Date No Date Inscription: "Children of Dr. L. B. & M. T. Northcutt" - Another Photo Photo
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NORTHCUTT, Infant Oct. 7, 1910
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 24, 1910
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Three children of Dr. L. B. and Margaret "Tennie" (Woodard) Northcutt. Phyllis' Note: According to his death certificate he was a son of Leon B. Northcutt born TX and Margaret Woodard, born MO. The cause of death was acute indigestion. Newspaper account - Oct. 13, 1910, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO Washburn News: Born to Dr. L. B. Northcutt and wife, Friday, Oct. 7th, a Democratic son. - Oct. 27, 1910, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO The little infant son of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Northcutt of Washburn was buried Monday. Oct. 27, 1910, Cassville Republican Washburn News: The infant son of Dr. L. B. and Mrs. Northcutt, died Sunday night and was buried Monday at Prairie Cemetery. - Another Photo Note
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NORTHCUTT, Leon Blum, M. D. Nov. 11, 1869
Weatherford, TX
Dec. 13, 1936
San Juan, TX
SSW: Margaret - Research Note: Son of Thomas Dillard Northcutt (b. Sept 13, 1827, Bourbon Co., KY, d. Oct. 20, 1914, Newton Co., MO) and Mary Elizabeth (Gatewood) Northcutt. His wife was Margaret Tennessee Woodard, daughter of George Washington and Sarah S. (Spurlock) Woodard. Note
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NORTHCUTT, Margaret Tennessee "Tennie" (WOODARD) Mar. 10, 1874
Powell,
McDonald Co., MO
Oct. 5, 1957
Ozona, Crockett Co., TX
SSW: Leon B., MD. - Research Note: She married Dr. Leon Blum Northcutt about 1893. She was a daughter of George Washington and Sarah (Spurlock) Woodard and a grand daughter of George Washington & Cecila (Jenkins) Woodard. Note
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NORTHCUTT, Virginia Belle Jul. 24, 1913
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 8, 1923
Purdy,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Virginia was a daughter of Dr. Leon Blum and Margaret Tennessee "Tennie" (Woodard) Northcutt. Phyllis' Note: According to her death certificate she was a daughter of Leon Blum Northcutt born Weatherford, TX and Margaret Woodard born McDonald Co., MO. Cause of death was organic heart disease from birth. Note
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NORTHCUTT, W. Duncan Jan. 30, 1894
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 27, 1941
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Anna Bell - Research Note: He was a son of Dr. Leon Blum and Margaret Tennessee "Tennie" (Woodard) Northcutt. - Notes on rootsweb.com say he was born in McDonald Co., MO and died in Tulsa, OK. - Another Photo Photos
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NORTON, Nancy Elizabeth Jul. 18, 1867 Aug. 19, 1961 Inscription: "Mother" Photo
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B. O. No Date No Date Research Note: Next to some other field stones that have no markings. Photo
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OAKLEY, Benjamin Jan. 22, 1817
OH
July 2, 1908
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was married to Mary Ann Meyers/Myers, daughter of Phillip and Margaret Meyers. The 1900 census has that he was born Jan. 1819 - not 1817 as the stone reads. Stone reads Oekley for the surname. - 1870 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek Twp. Benj Okaley, age 52, farmer, real estate value $800, personal $700, born OH; Mary, age 50, born PA; Phillip, age 23, born IN; William, age 21, born IN; Margaret, age 17, born MO; Abram, age 14, born MO; Conrod, age 11, born MO; Emirila, age 10, born MO; Barbara E., age 8, born MO. Note
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OAKLEY, C. J. Sept. 1, 1874
AR
Sept. 24, 1898
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Erected by Washburn Camp 197 - WOW" - Research Note: Next to a small slab stone grave and near Barbara Badger's grave. He was a son of Samuel and Minerva (Gay) Oakley. According to the 1880 census, his name was John C. - 1880 Census, Arkansas, Carroll, Osage, District 28 Samuel S. Oakley, age 49, born OH, parents born NJ; Manerva, age 47, wife, born AR, parents born NC; William D., age 21, son, born MO; Thomas W., age 18, son, born MO; Zarilda, age 15, daughter, born IN; Samuel, age 12, son, born IN; William, age 10, son, born MO; John C., age 7, born AR. - Another Photo Note
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OAKLEY, Mary (MEYERS) July 14, 1819
Armstrong Co., PA
Aug. 2, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "A Loving wife and mother dear - a true friend lieth here." Research Note: This stone is in bad shape and is almost beyond being readable. She was a daughter of Phillip and Margaret Meyers and the wife of Benjamin Oakley. They were married on Jan. 15, 1842 in Wabash Co., IN. There is an unmarked grave next to hers with a sandstone marker. Her name is spelled Okely on the stone. - Another Photo Note
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OAKLEY, Minerva (GAY) Feb. 26, 1834
IN
Mar. 1, 1910
Granada, CO
Research Note: She was the daughter of Daniel Gay and Emma Jane Huntress. - Cassville Republican, March 3, 1910 Local News: J. W. George received a message Tuesday announcing the death of Mrs. Minerva Oakley in Colorado. Her remains will be shipped to Washburn for interment Thursday. Mrs. Oakley was a sister of Mrs. Jane McClure of this city. - Cassville Republican March 10, 1910 The remains of Mrs. Sam Oakley were brought to this place Thursday from Colorado and interred in the Washburn Prairie cemetery by the side of her husband, who died at Washburn two years ago. Donna's Note: She married Samuel Oakley, Feb. 9, 1854, in Barry Co., MO. - Oakley Plot Stone Online Newspapers
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OAKLEY, Samuel S., Sr. Dec. 28, 1830
OH
Feb. 6, 1905
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: February 11, 1905, Cassville Democrat Samuel Oakley, an old and respected citizen of Washburn, died Monday. For some time mortification had set in on his feet. Finally his feet and legs perished away, up to his body resulting in his death. Physicians held consultation in regard to amputating his feet some time ago and they decided he could not stand the operation. The remains were laid to rest in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery. His wife was Minerva Gay and he was a brother to Benjamin Oakley. - 1880 Census, Arkansas, Carroll, Osage, District 28 Samuel S. Oakley, age 49, born OH, parents born NJ; Manerva, age 47, wife, born AR, parents born NC; William D., age 21, son, born MO; Thomas W., age 18, son, born MO; Zarilda, age 15, daughter, born IN; Samuel, age 12, son, born IN; William, age 10, son, born MO; John C., age 7, born AR. - Oakley Plot Stone Online Newspapers
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OAKLEY, Samuel S., Jr. June 8, 1867
IN
Feb. 19, 1900
MO
Research Note: Cassville Republican, Thursday, Feb. 22, 1900 - Washburn News: Sam S. Oakley, Jr. died Monday at 9:00, p. m., and was interred in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Friday. - He was the son of Samuel S. Oakley Sr. and Minerva Gay. - Oakley Plot Stone Online Obit
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OAKLEY, William Dec. 28, 1830
OH
Apr. 14, 1861
MO
Research Note: Near several field stones and next to Barbara Badger. This William Oakley was a twin brother of Samuel S. Oakely. He was a blacksmith. He married Barbara Meyers, sister to Mary Meyers who was the wife of Benjamin Oakley. Barbara second married George Badger on Nov. 23, 1879 in Barry Co., MO. - 1860 Census, Flat Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO William Oakley, 24, Blacksmith, Ohio; Barbarey, 29, Pennsylvania; Rachel, 8, Missouri; Elizabeth, 5, Missouri; Olive J., 4, Missouri; James K., 11 months, Missouri. - It is said that James K. was an adopted son and changed his name back to Patterson sometime perhaps in the 1870s. Note
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OLDAKER, Bettie Loraine (HICKMAN) 1927
IA
No Date SSW: Carl L. - Research Note: Her parents were James C. and Freida L. Hickman. - 1930 Census, Iowa, Woodbury, Sioux City, District 86 - 2110 South Cypress Street - James C. Hickman head, owns home valued at $4500, has radio, age 30, married at age 21, born MO, father born KS, mother IA, foreman at meat packing company; Freda L., wife, age 26, married at age 18, born MO, father born MO, mother KS; Loraine (Bettie L.), daughter, age 3, born IA, parents born MO; Raymond N. Black, brother-in-law, age 35, married at age 22, born MO, parents born MO, scaler at meat packing co.; Allie E. Black, sister, age 29, married at age 16, born MO, father born KS, mother IA, cook and waitress at cafe. - Oldaker Stone Note
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OLDAKER, Carl R. 1920 1994 SSW: Bettie L. - Oldaker Stone - Oldaker Stone Photos
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OLDAKER, David K. Aug. 2, 1949 No Date SSW: Kathryn L. & Sharon Sue - Research Note: He was a son of Carl and Bettie (Hickman) Oldaker. Sharon Sue was his first wife and Kathryn L. his second wife. Photo
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OLDAKER, Kathryn L. Feb. 19, 1950 No Date SSW: David K. & Sharon Sue - Inscription: "Married Aug. 20, 2005" - Research Note: David Oldaker's second wife. Photo
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OLDAKER, Sharon Sue (ANDREWS) Nov. 26, 1945
Kingwood, TX
Mar. 8, 2003
Houston, TX
SSW: David K. & Kathryn L. - Inscription: "Married June 8, 1974" - Research Note: Sharon Sue Oldaker, age 57, of Kingwood, Texas, died March 8 in Houston. Texas, following a long illness. She was a graduate of Duncan High School. She was an associate pastor at Metro Church, Humble-Atascocita and a member of American Association of Christian Counselors. She married David Oldaker on June 8, 1974. Survivors include four children. She was preceded in death by her father, Bill Andrews. Monett Times
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OVERTON, Maud (WOODRUFF) Feb. 8, 1888
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 26, 1922
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Informant: Harry Woodruff, Purdy, MO. Her husband was Jess Overton. Burial was April 28, 1922. Her father was Albert H. Woodruff, born AL, and her mother was Matilda Carter, born Indiana. - August 25, 1917, Cassville Democrat, Barry Co., MO Washburn And Greasy Creek Mixups - Maud Woodruff returned to Springfield, Monday, after a short visit with the homefolks. - Woodruff Plot Stone Death Certificate
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B. P. No Date No Date Research Note: This Field stone is near the Raines children graves and a slave grave. Photo
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PALMER, C. E. Apr. 12, 1861
IA
Apr. 5, 1923
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His wife was Emma Palmer and his parents were listed as don't know. S. C. Palmer of Exeter, MO was the informant. Death Certificate
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PALMER, Frank A. 1853 July 16, 1909
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: July 24, 1909, Cassville Democrat - Exeter News: Frank A. Palmer died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louis Warf, July 16, of rheumatism, age fifty-six years. Funeral services were conducted at the home Friday evening by Rev. St. Clair and interment made at Washburn Prairie Cemetery Saturday morning. Online Newspapers
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PALMER, Sadie E. July 22, 1853 Feb. 7, 1900 Inscription: "Our Mother - Wife of F. A. Palmer" Photo
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PANIACK, Sarah E. No Date No Date Research Note: Homemade marker. - Another Photo Photos
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PARDUE, Sarah Ann (MCCORMICK) Aug. 31, 1840
Jasper Co., MS
Jan. 23, 1876
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of Wm. M. Pardue & Dau. of Geo. D. McCormick" - Research Note: She is buried next to Anna (Pardue) Hiller. She was the daughter of George Daugherty McCormick and Sarah Millsap. Note
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PARDUE, Georgia G. June 8, 1875 Oct. 20, 1875 Inscription: "Dau. of W. M. & S. A. Pardue" - Research Note: This stone is broken off at the bottom. She was the daughter of William M. Pardue and Sarah Ann McCormick. - Another Photo Note
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PARK, Allene S. (SPARKMAN) 1893 1975 Research Note: She was the wife of Joseph Starwood Park and was a daughter of Solomon Davison and Virginia Clementine (Montgomery) Sparkman. Note
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PARK, Clayton "Ick" Feb. 21, 1905
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
May 20, 1973
Cox Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Wanda Mae - Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that Garland Park and Ora Hood were his parents. Wanda Mae Williams was his wife's name. He was a barber and lived in Washburn. Culver Funeral Home
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PARK, D. E. No Date No Date No Data Photo
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PARK, Garland Lillard Sept. 21, 1877
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
May 23, 1941
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Ora A. - Research Note: His death certificate reads that he was a son of J. J. Park, born AR, and Maggie Lillard, born Washburn, Barry Co., MO, and that he was a barber. Mrs. Ora Park was given as his wife's name. His death certificate reads that he lived in Washburn all of his life. Death Certificate
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PARK, James J. 1847
AR
1934 Research Note: One of 4 stones in Davis plot with tall, 8'-9' "Davis, Woodman Of The World Memorial" engraved as insignia. James is buried to the right of Maggie and next to Chandler and Gwendolyn Davis. Donna's Note: Maggie Lillard married James Park. James was posted in the Davis section, but his name was Park not Davis. He is listed as J. J. Park on his son Garland's death certificate. Note
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PARK, Joseph Starwood "J. S." June 9, 1887
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 18, 1931
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads James J. Park, born Lawrence Co., AR, was his father and that Maggie Lillard, born Barry Co., MO, was his mother. He was a merchant. Allene Park was his wife's name. She was also the informant on his death certificate. Death Certificate
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PARK, Maggie (LILLARD) Nov. 20, 1851
Barry Co., MO
May 26, 1920
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: This is one of four identical stones. Two are on the west and two on the east of 8'-9' "Woodman Of The World Memorial" Maggie Is buried at the left side of James Davis. Donna's Note: She married James Park, July 6, 1873. Her online obit lists her as Maggie Park. Betty listed her as Maggie Davis, which is incorrect. She is listed as the mother of Joseph Park on his death certificate. Note
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Online Obit
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PARK, Ora A. (HOOD) June 4, 1878 Oct. 22, 1956
Nevada,
Vernon Co., MO
SSW: Garland L. - Research Note: Her death certificate gives very little information. The cause of her death was listed as senile dementia and coronary problems. The funeral home record for her son gives her maiden name. Death Certificate
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PARK, Wanda Mae (WILLIAMS) Feb. 3, 1919 Aug. 15, 1983 SSW: Clayton "Ick" - Research Note: One stone has Wanda Mae Park and one has Wanda Mae Patchiff. - Another Photo - Wanda Mae Patchiff Photos
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PARR, Berryman Turner, Rev. Abt. 1798
TN
Mar. 31, 1849
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Stone is homemade and the writing is not very detailed. Helen's Post: Berryman Turner Parr died near Washburn Prairie in 1849 - a Presbyterian Church publication published an obituary that gave the date of death as March 31, 1849, and that he was 51 years old, so we think he was born 1798. Rev B. T. Parr was a Presbyterian preacher. He did show up as "B.T. Parr" in some records. His wife's name was Martha George. Donna's Note: Berryman T. Parr died in 1849 according to the Barry county Probate records, Book A. P. 162: Parr, Berryman T. (intestate) Admrs: Jesse C. Parr and Martha C. Parr, 21 Apr 1849. Sec: John Hawk, Solom B. Abernathy, and Abel H. Burton. Heirs: Martha C. Parr, widow; John O. Parr, Eliza Price, Lucinda E. Abernathy, Jesse C. Parr, James H. Parr. Eliza Price lives in Greene County; Archabald Parr in Lane County, Missouri and the rest in Barry County. He was the son of John Parr and Mary Polly Bynum both born VA. - 1850 Census, Barry Co., MO PARR, Martha C. 52 (f) TN; Jesse C. 28 (m) TN; James 26 (m) TN; Zeno 22 (m) TN; Martha 17 TN; Albert 19 (m) TN; Berryman 16 (m) AR; Albina 13 (f) AR; William George 25 (f) TN; James 6 (m) TN; Martha 4 (f) TN. Note
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PATRICK, Aaron Thomas Nov. 23, 1942 Mar. 7, 1992 SSW: Lula Dell - Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: He was the husband of Lula Dell Rose. Sadly, Aaron chose to take his own life. - Back of Stone Note
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PATRICK, Lula Dell (ROSE) Apr. 7, 1949
Rural Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
No Date SSW: Aaron Thomas - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Daughter of Johnnie James Rose and Queen Isabella Cargile. - Back of Stone Note
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PATTERSON, Betty E. (ADCOCK) July 28, 1923
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 23, 2009
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: C. P. "Bud" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Leon and Mabel (Williams) Adcock. She was united in marriage to Paschal "Bud" Patterson, who preceded her in death in June 1987. She is survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins. She worked a few years for Boeing Aircraft in Wichita, Kansas but lived most of her life in the Washburn area. Betty was very independent, enjoyed working in her yard and loved her church. She was a member of the Washburn Church of Christ. Barry Co. Advertiser
Feb. 25, 2009
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PATTERSON, Claude Paschal "Bud" Mar. 2, 1915 June 5, 1987 SSW: Betty E. - Military Stone Inscription: "S Sgt US Army World War II" Photos
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PATTERSON, John P. Nov. 6, 1878
AR
Apr. 14, 1944
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Iva M. - Research Note: His death certificate reads that his father was Charles S. Patterson, born in TN, and Elizabeth Martin was his mother, born in AR. He was a retired farmer and was widowed. Death Certificate
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PATTERSON, Iva Myrtle (WOODARD) July 13, 1883
McDonald Co., MO
Apr. 7, 1940
Barry Co., MO
SSW: John P. - Research Note: Her death certificate names George W. Woodard as her father and Sarah Spurlock as her mother. She had been living in the Washburn Community for three years. It listed both born in TN, but that is incorrect. He was born in Rappahannock Co., VA, and she was born in IL. Death Certificate
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PAUL, Charlene (BARBER) (MEADOWS) Jan. 19, 1933 No Date SSW: Leon L. - Inscription: "Married Nov. 24, 1953" - Another Photo Photos
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PAUL, Dennis R. Jan. 17, 1965 No Date Research Note: Son of Charlene and Leon L. Paul - Another Photo Photos
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PAUL, Leon Laverne May 19, 1928
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 30, 2011
Red Rose Inn,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Charlene - Inscription: "Married Nov. 24, 1953" - Research Note: He was the son of Nelson Thomas Paul and Quintilla (Hall) Paul. Leon attended Washburn School, graduating with the Class of 1947. He was inducted into the United States Army, November 7, 1950. He served in the Korean War, where he was wounded in action and was awarded the Purple Heart. He was honorably discharged March 13, 1952. On November 24, 1953, he was united in marriage to Charlene Barber-Meadows. Leon was a lifetime farmer in the Washburn Community. He ran a dairy farm for over forty-two years and also had beef cattle. He served many years on the school board, road district, FmHA Committee, Farm Service Committee and Extension Council. His family was selected Farm Family representing Barry County in 1972. He was preceded in death by his parents, Nelson and Quintilla Paul; four brothers, Ralph, Joe, Junior and Lester Lee Paul; six sisters, Pauline Paul, Iva Myers, Eva Walden, Erma Robbins and twin sisters, Ferne Cummings and Faye Cox; two granddaughters, Shelby and Brett Paul; three nieces, Opal Robertson, Bonnie Pendergraft and Patricia Eyler, and two nephews, Steve Cox and Tom Paul. - Another Photo Fohn Funeral Home
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PAUL, Nadine (HENDRIX) Oct. 17, 1915 Mar. 15, 1992 SSW: Ralph N.- Research Note: Her full name was Cleo Nadine, daughter of Thomas Earl Hendrix and Rachel Varner Shipley. Wife of Ralph Nelson Paul. Note
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PAUL, Ralph Nelson Feb. 8, 1913
Pittsburg,
Crawford Co., KS
Oct. 22, 1970
Rogers Memorial Hosp.,
Rogers,
Benton Co., AR
SSW: Nadine - Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that his father was Thomas Nelson Paul and his mother Quintella Hall. Nadine Hendrix Paul was his closest relative. Culver's Funeral Home,
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PAUL, Ralph Nelson, Jr. Sept. 27, 1934
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
June 7, 2011
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Wanda M. - Research Note: He was the son of Ralph Nelson and Cleo Nadine (Hendrix) Paul. In 1958, in Butterfield, Missouri, he was united in marriage to Wanda Norwood. Preceding him in death were his parents and one sister in infancy. From May 2, 1956, until April 17, 1958, he served in the United States Army in Germany. For twenty-five years, Ralph was employed for the Missouri Department of Transportation as a maintenance crew leader. Fohn Funeral Home
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PAUL, Thomas Nelson Oct. 1, 1888
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 26, 1956
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Quintilla - Inscription: "April 16, 1911" - Research Note: His death certificate reads that he as buried Jan. 29, 1956. His wife was Quintilla Hall. The informant was Leon Paul, Washburn, MO. Phyllis' Note: According to his death certificate he was a son of Joseph and Orpha (Parker) Paul. Death Certificate
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PAUL, Quintilla (HALL) Sept. 15, 1893
Pittsburg,
Crawford Co., KS
Dec. 5, 1967
St Vincent's Hosp.,
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Thomas Nelson - Inscription: "April 16, 1911" - Research Note: Culver's Funeral Home records read that her father was Ralph Hall and her mother was Cynthia Kern. Leon Paul was her closest relative. She was the wife of Thomas Nelson Paul, Washburn, MO. She resided at Route 1, Washburn, MO. Culver's Funeral Home,
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PAUL, Wanda M. Feb. 15, 1937 No Date SSW: Ralph Nelson, Jr. - Inscription: "June 29, 1958 - Together Forever" Photo
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PEASE, James Alvin Jan. 29, 1840
Winsted,
Hartford Co., CT
Jan. 20, 1917
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Janetta E. - Inscription: "Co E - 7 Ct. Inf." - Research Note: He married Janetta "Nettie" Fetrow on March 1, 1876, in Beatrice, Gage Co., NE, she was his second wife. They had three daughters, Minnie Lund, Estella Woodruff and Ella Mooney and was a Civil War Veteran. He was a son of Orlando and Asentha (Goddard) Pease. Both of his parents died in Holmesville, Gage Co., NE, but were born in Hartford Co., CT. They are buried in Stark Cemetery. After his move to Barry County, James owned a saddle and harness shop in Washburn. He and Janetta lived at the top of Greasy Creek hill on the Corneilus Westfall place and grew stawberries. James Pease used Pete and Dolly, a pair of mules to plow his garden and tend his berry patches. His ancestry can be traced and proven back to Gov. William Bradford who came on the Mayflower - February 1, 1917, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO: AN AGED FATHER PASSED AWAY James A. Pease for many years a resident of Washburn passed from time to eternity on Jan. 20, following a brief illness, age 76 years, 11 months and 20 days. James A. Pease, was born in Winsted, Conn., and there grew to early manhood. When the call to arms came during our civil strife he enlisted in Co. E. 7th Conn. Infantry and served until Sept. 12, 1864 when he was discharged. He followed the stars and stripes from Manassas to Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, also the blood trail through the seven days fight in the wilderness and to the final Appomattox and then proudly marched through Washington. He went west to Nebraska with his parents who located on a homestead near Beatrice, Neb., in 1868. He was married on March 1, 1876, to Nettie Fetrow. To this union were born three children, Miss Stella at home, Mrs. J. H. Mooney of Washburn and Mrs. Ernest Lund of Cedar, Kan., who with the widow survive him. He is also survived by one brother, Geo. L. Pease, of Beatrice, Neb., and eight grandchildren. He left Nebraska in 1895 and moved to Springfield, Mo., where he remained a short time. From there he went to Washburn where he resided until death. He united with the Methodist church thirty years ago and had lived a consistent Christian life, loved and honored by his family and beloved by those who knew him, and his loyalty to his Master is a healing balm to his family that he has gone to his home above. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. D. T. Hutchison, assisted by Rev. Bowers, of the M. E. Church and Interment made in the Washburn cemetery. Another Photo Online Obituary,
Feb. 1, 1917,
Cassville Republican
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PEASE, Janette "Nettie"
Ermina (FETROW)
Feb. 25, 1861
Dallas Co., IA
July 9, 1956
At Home
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James A. - Research Note: Janetta was a daughter of Abraham Fetrow and his first wife Elizabeth Shambaugh. She married James Alvin Pease, in Gage Co., NE, Mar. 1, 1876. Her parents were born in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA and were married in Harrison Co., OH. Nettie's mother died in Dallas Co., IA, and is buried in Clayton Cemetery, and Abraham died in Cedar, Smith Co., KS, and is buried by his second wife, Mary (Fetrow) Fetrow. - Another Photo Note
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PELLICOTI, Alfred Mar. 2, 1893 July 3, 1969 Inscription: "Pennsylvania, PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR I" - Military Stone Photos
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PENDERGRAFT, Bonnie Irene (WALDEN) Nov. 3, 1934
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 12, 2004
Red Rose Inn,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Bonnie Irene Pendergraft, age 69, of Washburn, died April 12, 2004, at Red Rose Inn in Cassville. She was born November 3, 1934, in Washburn, and was a daughter of Albert Forest and Eva Emmalene (Paul) Walden. She was a graduate of Washburn High School. She was secretary-treasurer of the Washburn Cemetery Association and the United Methodist Church in Washburn, and was secretary of the Barry County Retired Teachers Association. She was superintendent and board secretary and bookkeeper of Southwest R-5 School District for 33 years. She married Glen Pendergraft on August 29, 1954. She was preceded in death by her mother, Eva Emmalene Paul Walden; and two grandchildren. Monett Times
Apr. 14, 2004
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PENDERGRAFT, Cheryl Ann Mar. 2, 1978
Lubbock, TX
June 28, 2007
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Cheryl Ann Pendergraft, 29, Washburn, died Thursday, June 28, 2007 at her home. Miss Pendergraft was born March 2, 1978 at Lubbock, Texas, and was a daughter of David and Jeannine (Sollars) Pendergraft. She attended school at Washburn and was a graduate of Southwest High School. In addition to her parents, one grandmother; a step-grandmother; and several aunts, uncles and cousins survive her. Her paternal grandparents and her maternal grandfather preceded her in death. Barry Co. Advertiser Obit
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PENDERGRAFT, Joshua Allen Jan. 27, 1983 Jan. 27, 1983 Inscription: "Infant Son" Photo
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PENNELS, John Harris Sept. 3, 1918
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 10, 1931
Washburn,
Barry, MO
Research Note: He was a son of John L. Pennels born Reeds City, MI and Myrtle O. Harris born Evansville, IN. Cause of death was lobar pneumonia. He is buried next to Emma Margaret Harris. Death Certificate
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PHILLIPS, Chrisandra
"Sandy" (SCHELL)
Aug. 21, 1950
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
June 18, 2011
St. John's Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Ron L. - Research Note: Washburn, MO resident. She was the daughter of Carl Shipley Schell I, and Christine (Armstrong) Schell. She was united in marriage to Ronald "Ron" Phillips. Preceding her in death were her parents; two nephews, Trent Brohard and Phillip Tice and a brother-in-law, Fred Lakey. Sandy grew up and received her education in Washburn, graduating from Southwest R-5 School. Her entire life was spent in Barry County in the Washburn community. For a few years she was employed at Fasco, retiring due to health reasons. Fohn Funeral Home
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PHILLIPS, Ronald "Ron" L. Apr. 21, 1949 No Date SSW: Sandy C. Photo
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PHILLIPS, Valentine Apr. 23, 1818
Brown Co., OH
Apr. 3, 1898
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: IL Civil War Detail Report: Phillips, Valentine, Pvt., Co. G, 108th IL INF. He was living in Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, age 43, Ht. 5'8, dark hair, blue eyes, married and a farmer. Born Brown Co., OH. He joined Aug. 15, 1862 at Peoria, IL for a period of 3 years. Mustered in on Aug. 28, 1862 at Peoria, IL and mustered out on Aug. 5, 1865 at Vicksburg, MS as a Corporal. He is on the 1890 Veterans Schedules in Barry Co., MO with the loss of his right eye. - 1860 Census, Illinois, Peoria, Peoria Valentine Phillips, age 41, farmer, born OH; Mary Jane, age 36, born OH; Francis M., age 18, farmer, born OH; Ethelinda, age 17, born OH; Isaac E., age 14, born OH; Cynthia, age 12, born OH; James M, age 9, born OH; Joseph W., age 4, born OH. IL Civil War Records
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PIATT, Agusta O. (TURPIN) 1898 1984 Research Note: She was the wife of Charles A. Piatt. Photo
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PIATT, Edith Lavone (VOSBURG) 1936 No Date SSW: Jack - Inscription: "Married Nov. 9, 1958" - Research Note: Her parents are buried in Washburn Prairie. They were Warren and Eula (Burris) Vosburg. She married Jack Piatt, Nov. 9, 1958, Barry Co., MO. Note
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PIATT, Morris "Jack" Sept. 2, 1935
El Reno, CA
Nov. 4, 2001
St. John's Regional
Health Center,
Springfield,
Greene, MO
SSW: Edith - Inscription: "Married Nov. 9, 1958" - Research Note: He was the husband of Edith Vosburg. Phyllis' Note: Morris "Jack" Piatt, age 66, of Washburn, died November 4, 2001, at St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield. He was a son of Charles A. and Augusta (Turpin) Piatt. He was a graduate of Washburn High School. He was a machinist at Marsh Engineering in Monett for 30 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Washburn and the Masonic Lodge. He married Edith Vosburgh on November 9, 1958, in Cassville. Survived by two sons and one daughter. Monett Times
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PILKENTON, Helen (HOUSTON) Feb. 13, 1922 Mar. 20, 1953
Caldwell, ID
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that her husband or son was named Coy Pilkington, and that Loyd Houston, Washburn, MO, was her closest relative. She was age 31 years and was divorced. her parents' names are not given. The stone has her name Pilkenton and the record from Culvers has it Pilkington. - She was the daughter of Maggie Myers and Marion Edwin Houston both buried at Washburn Prairie Cemetery. - 1930 Census, Missouri, Barry, Washburn, District 29 M. E. Houston, age 50, born AR, railroad laborer; Emma, wife, age 53, born MN, father born NY, mother NC; Arthur, son, age 20 born AR, garage mechanic; Harold, son, age 14 born MO; Helen, daughter, age 8, born MO. Helen's mother died in 1923 and Emma was her step-mother. Culver Funeral Home
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PITTS, Rebecca E. Sept. 3, 1886 Dec. 6, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Daughter of T. D. and C. P. Pitts" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Theophanous Denton Pitts born 1862 in Dyersburg, TN, died 1927 in Monett, Barry Co., MO. Her mother was Cordelia Pauline McClure born 1861 in Barry Co., MO and died 1922 in Monett, Barry Co., MO. They are both buried at IOOF Monett Cemetery. - Another Photo Note
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POLSGROVE, Tennessee "Tennie" M. (AULT) Jan. 15, 1856
MO
Feb. 7, 1880
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Wife of W. W. Polsgrove - Dau. of Thomas & J. Ault - Died Feb. 7, 1880 - Aged 24 Ys & 23 Ds" - Research Note: She was the wife of W. W. Polsgrove. She was a daughter of Thomas Ault and Jeston E. Creed. Barry County Missouri Marriage Records Volume D 1877 - 1881 POLSGROVE, W. W. and AULT, Tennessee, page 40, Mar. 17, 1878. - Another Photo Note
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PORTER, Minta P. (VARNER) Nov. 24, 1879
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 17, 1901
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of P. A. & L. E. Varner" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Peter Asbury and Lucy E. (Reynolds) Varner. She married William Porter age 35 on Sept. 13, 1898 in Barry Co., MO when she was 18. Note
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POYNER, George Warren July 4, 1889
Dallas, TX
May 5, 1959
At Home,
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records state that the cause of his death was carcinoma of the liver. His parents were not given. He had lived in the community 1 1/2 years. Leah May (Brown) Poyner, Washburn, MO, was his wife's name. - Another Photo Culver Funeral Home
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by Ted Roller
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PRESLEY, Dunnin July 1, 1827
Madisonville,
Monroe Co., TN
Mar. 10, 1900
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Phyllis' Note: Although there are no dates on this tombstone, Phyllis Long is convinced that this is the great grandfather of Elvis. She said she knew he was buried in Barry Co. from newspaper items published at the time of his death. His full name was Jesse Elvetus Dunnan Presley, Jr. and he was the Great Grandfather of Elvis Aaron Presley. - Mexican Veterans - The following embraces the names of Mexican War Veterans or their widows residing in Barry County at the close of 1887: Presley, D. of O’Day. - Dunning Presley Jr. was born on July 1, 1827 in Monroe County, Tennessee. On November 1, 1847 at the age of 20 he enlisted at Knoxville as a private in Captain Jno. C. Vaughn's Company C of the 5th Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers. His regiment served in the War with Mexico, and between February and April of 1848 he was in San Juan, Mexico, and in May 1848 he was at National Bridge, Mexico. By July 2, 1848 he was on board ship returning to the United States where he was discharged at Memphis on July 20th. On November 7th he was issued a warrant for 160 acres of land based on his army service. It was sent to him in care of Rufus Smith in Madisonville, Tennessee. Dunning returned home to his wife and eldest daughter whom he had left in Tennessee. He had married Elizabeth probably about 1845 in North Carolina or Tennessee and to this union were finally born five children: Elvira E. in 1846, Elizabeth in 1848, Joshua in 1851, Dunning in 1852, and Nancy Jane in 1854. Elizabeth died about 1860, and soon thereafter, leaving his children probably with relatives, Dunning found himself in northeastern Mississippi. On August 15, 1861 he married a second time in Itawamba County, Mississippi, to Martha Jane Wesson. As in his first marriage, he soon went off to war again. On May 11, 1863 he enlisted at Grenada, Mississippi, in Company E, Hamm's Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry. Perhaps, like many other Civil War soldiers, he was concerned about his family back home and temporarily deserted in order to investigate their circumstances, because from January 18 to June 30, 1864 he was listed as deserted and absent without leave. He returned to his unit for the final roll call. After the war, Dunning left Martha Jane and returned to his first family in Tennessee. Martha Jane had taken up and married Steele, and in 1868 she died in childbirth with their first born. Dunning eventually found himself in Missouri where he met and married his 3rd wife, Harriet Henrietta Toy on March 18, 1882 in Benton County, Arkansas. Harriet was born October 11, 1862 in Lawrence County, Missouri, and died May 16, 1937. Goodspeed's History
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PRESTON, Jesse 1831
IL
1891
Roaring River,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Mary J. - Research Note: On Jan. 7, 1889 - Land Records: Book 41, Page 253 - Jesse and Mary Preston sold the NE 4th to the NW 4th Section 34, Township 22, Range 27 to Ahas W. Bryan for $550. Cassville Republican, August 17, 1893 Probate Court: 2nd and final of Isaac Preston, admr. Est. Jesse Preston, dec'd. Civil War Veteran on the 1890 Vet. Census living at Roaring River Twp., Barry Co., MO. He first married Elizabeth Jane Sparks and had children Mary M., Mitchell Sherman, Isaac B., Ada C., and Berry Jackson. In 1880, he and the children are at Morgan, Mercer Co., MO living with his in-laws Truelove and Mary Sparks. He is widowed and age 47, occupation mill saw and grist operator. By 1890, he has married Mary Jane and living in Roaring River Twp., Barry Co., MO. Note
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PRESTON, Mary J. 1848 May 1890
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Jesse - Research Note: Wife of Jesse Preston. - Cassville Republican, May 29, 1890 There have been two deaths in our community in the last two days, Mrs. Mary J. Preston of Roaring River and Mrs. General Brixby of near Washburn both of whom were buried in Washburn Prairie Cemetery. They leave husbands, children and many friends to mourn their loss. Online Obit
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PRICE, Amy L. (DAUGHERTY) Aug. 25, 1861
Barry Co., MO
June 21, 1942
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James G. - Research Note: Her death certificate reads that Josiah Daugherty, born in TN, was her father and Elizabeth Brock, born in MO, was her mother. She was widowed two times. James G. Price was given as her husband's name. - 1930 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek, District 28 Amy, divorced, is living with her daughter and son-in-law Elbert and Hattie Pendergraft; Elbert Pendergraft, age 49, born MO; Hattie, wife, age 50, born MO; Loyd, son, age 23, single, born MO; Evert, son, age 22, single, born MO; Amy D. Price, mother-in-law, divorced, age 68, born TN. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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PRICE, Elizabeth (COWARD) 1827
Jefferson Co., TN
1898
Barry Co., MO
SSW: William - Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Her son, W. Sterling Price's, death certificate gives her maiden name. He was buried in Oak Hill. She married William Price in Jefferson Co., TN, Sep. 19, 1851. He died in 1894 in Barry Co., MO. She was a daughter of James and Elizabeth Coward. She had a brother named James Coward who married Polly Roller. - Another Photo Note
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PRICE, Goodwin Abt. 1795
NC
Aug. 24, 1872
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: Age Not Known" - Research Note: Father of William who was born 1831. His wife could have been named Nancy Parrish. - 1860 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek William Price, age 32, born TN; Elizabeth, age 35, born TN; John F., age 8, born MO; James G., age 3, born TN; Nancy S., age 1, born MO; Goodwin, age 65, born NC. Note
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PRICE, John F. June 25, 1852
MO
Aug. 24, 1886
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Aged 34 Yrs. 10 Mos." - Research Note: His wife was Mary, born TX. Son of William Price and Elizabeth Coward. 1860 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek William Price, age 32, born TN; Elizabeth, age 35, born TN; John F., age 8, born MO; James G., age 3, born TN; Nancy S., age 1, born MO; Goodwin, age 65, born NC. - 1880 Census, Arkansas, Benton, Bright Water, District 13 John Price, age 28, farmer, born MO, parents born TN; Mary, age 23, wife, born TX, parents born KY. - Another Photo Census
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PRICE, Jacob R. C. Aug. 19, 1855
TN
Sept. 1, 1881
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of John C. & Arvesta" - Research Note: He was the son of John C. Price and Avesta A. Creed. Tennessee State Marriages - John C. Price married Avesta Creed on Mar. 29, 1848 in Rhea Co., TN. Avesta second married A. L. Thompson in 1861, and third James McNabb in 1867. - 1870 Census, Missouri, Barry, Shoal Creek James M. McNabb, age 49,farmer, born TN; Vesta A., age 49, born TN; Walter, age 22, born TN; John, age 19, born TN; Lurena (Sarah), age 14, born MO; James D., age 1, born MO; Jacob C. Price, age 15, born TN. MO and TN
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PRICE, James G. Oct. 12, 1856
TN
Dec. 13, 1933
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Amy L. - Research Note: His death certificate gives his father's name as William Price, born TN, and his mother as ___, KY. Ama L. was given as his wife's name. - 1860 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek William Price, age 32, born TN; Elizabeth, age 35, born TN; John F., age 8, born MO; James G., age 3, born TN; Nancy S., age 1, born MO; Goodwin, age 65, born NC. - He was the son of William Price and Elizabeth Coward. - 1930 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek, District 28 James is living with his son General and family, age 74, widowed, born TN. - Another Photo Death Certificate
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PRICE, Mary M. Feb. 10, 1857
TX
June 4, 1896 Research Note: Wife of John F. Price. - 1880 Census, Arkansas, Benton, Bright Water, District 13 John Price, age 28, farmer, born MO, parents born TN; Mary, age 23, wife, born TX, parents born KY. Census
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PRICE, Susan E. Aug. 23, 1854 May 7, 1860
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau of W. & E." - Research Note: Daughter of William Price and Elizabeth Coward. - Another Photo Note
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PRICE, Walter Mar. 12, 1882 Jan. 10, 1898
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Son of J. G. & A. L." - Research Note: Son of James G. Price and Amy L. Daugherty. Note
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PRICE, William 1831
TN
Feb. 13, 1894
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Elizabeth - Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: His wife was Elizabeth Coward - Cassville Republican, Feb 22, 1894 Washburn News: Wm. Price one of Barry County's first settlers, died Feb 13th, after a long and tedious illness. The remains were interred at Prairie Cemetery on Wednesday. - 1860 Census, Missouri, Barry, Sugar Creek William Price, age 32, born TN; Elizabeth, age 35, born TN; John F., age 8, born MO; James G., age 3, born TN; Nancy S., age 1, born MO; Goodwin, age 65, born NC. - Another Photo Online Obit
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PRIVETT, Emily L. (STEPHENS) Jan. 16, 1913
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 23, 1988
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James C. - Research Note: She was the wife of James C. "Bud" Privett and a daughter of Daniel Jefferson Stephens and Margaret Ann Pendergraft. Family History
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PRIVETT, Fred May 21, 1908 Mar. 26, 1976 Research Note: He is buried near the Thomas family and an unmarked grave and also next to James and Rebecca Privett's graves. He was a son of James Ellen and Rebecca Iris (Michael) Privett. Note
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PRIVETT, James C. "Bud" Sept. 8, 1910 Aug. 23, 1982
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Emily L. - Research Note: He was a son of James Ellen and Rebecca Iris (Michael) Privett. Husband of Emily L. Stephens. Family History
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PRIVETT, James Ellen Sept. 26, 1870
Sullivan Co., MO
May 2, 1949
3 1/2 Miles West
of Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Rebecca - Research Note: According to his death certificate he was a son of Burton Privitt and Anna Smith. Rebecca Iris Privitt was his wife's name and he was widowed. Mrs. Oliver Nodine (daughter Gertie) of Washburn, MO, gave the information. The name is often found spelled both as Privitt and Privett. Death Certificate
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PRIVETT, Rebecca Iris (MICHAEL) Feb. 24, 1870
Barry Co., MO
June 24, 1947
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James E. - Research Note: Her husband was James E. Privett, age 76, living. Her father was John P. Michael born McDonald Co., MO and her mother was Sally Stephenson born Barry Co., MO. Death certificate has birth year 1870, stone has 1880. 1900 Census gives Feb. 1870. Death Certificate
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PURDOM, Lester T., Jr. Nov. 16, 1929 Sept. 25, 1995 Inscription: "1ST LT US ARMY" - Research Note: His father was named Lester T. Purdom and taught school in Washburn. He was the son of Lester Theodore Purdom and Irene Varner. Note
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