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Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
S. W. No Date No Date Research Note: This homemade marker is near the Alexander Jones' grave and several sandstones. And also near the Graham graves. Photo
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T. W. No Date No Date Research Note: This homemade marker is near the Alexander Jones' grave and several sandstones. And also near the Graham graves. Photo
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WADE, Marilyn Aleene June 28, 1931
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 5, 1933
Washburn,
Ash Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that her father was Earl Wade, born Barry Co., MO and her mother Agnes Gates, born Barry Co., MO. The cause of death was cholera. She was buried in Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Aug. 5, 1933. Mrs. R. O. Hickox, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Another Photo Death Certificate
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WALDEN, Albert Forest "Cotton" Apr. 1, 1914
Beaver,
Carroll Co., AR
Mar. 3, 2007
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Eva - Research Note: Albert F. "Cotton" Walden, age 92, of Washburn, Missouri, passed away Saturday, March 3, 2007, in his home. He was born April 1, 1914 in Beaver, AR, and was a son of James and Laura (Young) Walden. On May 29, 1934 he was united in marriage to Eva E. Paul, who preceded him in death on November 12, 2002. He was also preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Bonnie Pendergraft; three brothers, Elvis, Abe and J. S.; three sisters, Opal, Thelma and Norma Lee; one grandson, Ricky Henry and one great-grandson, Joshua Pendergraft. "Cotton" as most everyone knew him, received his education in Bush, Arkansas. He worked for Dunlap Produce for several years and was a carpenter in Kansas City. Cotton worked on the construction of Beaver Dam and moved to Washburn in 1935. He did volunteer work for the City, became Mayor and was responsible for getting the fire department started. In 2003 he was named "Washburn Man of the Year". Cotton was a member of the Washburn Church of Christ. - Another Photo Barry Co.
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WALDON, Arnold E. July 19, 1892 Sep. 26, 1968 Inscription: "Our Dear Brother" - Research Note: The posted spelling was Walden - stone has Waldon. Linda Garrett
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WALDEN, Bernice Mary (ELGIN) Oct. 5, 1917 Dec. 28, 1975
Branson,
Taney Co., MO
SSW: C. Abe Photo
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WALDEN, Clovie Abe Feb. 12, 1912
Beaver,
Carroll Co., AR
Oct. 19, 2002
Butterfield,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Bernice - Research Note: Son of James Solomon and Laura Belle Young Walden, married Mary Bernice Elgin on Apr. 13, 1937, in Washburn, and she preceded him in death in Dec. of 1975, married Ines Grace Bishop McKinley on Jan. 23, 1977, and she preceded him in death in Dec. of 1989. Another Photo Photo
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Monett Times
Oct. 22, 2002
Mary Homesley
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WALDEN, Eva Emmaline (PAUL) Nov. 17, 1914
Cherokee Co., KS
Nov. 12, 2002
Red Rose Inn,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Albert F. - Research Note: She md. May 29 1934 Albert Forest "Cotton" Walden - daughter of Nelson Paul and Quintella Hall. Donna's Note: Eva Emmaline Walden, age 87, of Washburn, died Nov. 12, 2002 at Red Rose Inn in Cassville. She was born November 17, 1914, in Cherokee Co., KS, and was a daughter of Nelson and Quintella (Hall) Paul. She owned and operated a cafe in Washburn and was a cook at Roaring River Lodge and Restaurant for many years. She worked at Tyson Foods in Monett until retiring. She was a member of the Washburn Senior Citizens and the Church of Christ in Washburn. She married Albert "Cotton" Walden on May 29, 1934, and he survives. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Ralph Paul, Joe Paul, and Lester Paul; four sisters, Iva Myers, Erma Robbins, Ferne Cummings, and Pauline Paul; one grandchild and one great grandchild. Another Photo - Another Photo Obit
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Monett Times
Nov. 14, 2002
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WALDEN, Gary Dec. 26, 1942 No Date Research Note: Gary - son of Abe and Bernice (Elgin) Walden. The stone is next to the stone for Gary Jr. Photo
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WALDEN, Gary "Dubby", Jr. Mar. 15, 1963 No Date Research Note: Gary "Dubby", Jr. - son of Gary Walden and Glennis Irene (Williams) Walden; grandson of Abe and Bernice (Elgin) Walden. The stone has a Marine Corps emblem on it. Photo
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WALDON, Jerry M. Mar. 29, 1903 Mar. 10, 1959 Research Note: Linda posted Walden spelling, stone has Waldon spelling. Family
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WALDON, Lucy J. (SHIRIA) Dec. 29, 1870 Oct. 31, 1948 Inscription: "Our Dear Mother" - Research Note: Her husband was David Walden. The death certificate for her husband, David Walden, reads he is buried in Rowley Cemetery. He died Dec. 22, 1925 in Barry Co., MO - According to the cemetery book, Vol. 2, page 74, she is buried in Washburn Prairie. The stone has her name spelled Waldon. Another Photo Family
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WALDEN, Mary Bernice (ELGIN) Oct. 5, 1917
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 28, 1975
Branson,
Taney Co., MO
Inscription: "Forever With The Lord" - Research Note: Daughter of Allen and Louvenia J. "Lou" Elgin. Note
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WALKER, Albert Apr. 3, 1881 June 5, 1886 Inscription: "Son of W. M. & S. D." - Research Note: This stone is barely readable. It is off its base and was dug out of the dirt tophotograph. Note
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WALKER, Benjamin Franklin Jan. 20, 1831
Pickaway Co., OH
Apr. 2, 1912
Cerro Gordo, IL
SSW: Maria P. - Research Note: An abstract of what is online reads: His wife was Maria Penn. Benjamin F. Walker was born in Pickaway Co., Ohio, Jan 20, 1831 and died at Cerro Gordo, Ill, April 2, 1912, 81 years, 2 months and 13 days. Mr. Walker was well known here as he had lived in Washburn and neighborhood until this winter since 1886.He was married to Maria Hickman, Feb 24, 1859. To this union were born nine children, one of which died in infancy and another several years ago. The surviving children are George of Burden, Kan., John of Spokane, Wash., Mrs. J. W. Wiley of Cerro Gordo, Ill., Mrs. J. R. Brittenham of Chicago, Ill, Margaret Walker of Pierson, Ill., Mrs. P. R. Moffatt and Mrs. J. H. McGlothin of Washburn, Mo. The wife died Jan 28, 1910. Besides these two sons and five daughters, the deceased left to mourn their loss thirty-one grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. N. J. Henderson of Washburn and a brother G. T. Walker of Mount Pulaska, Ill. Online Obit
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WALKER, Maria Penn (HICKMAN)
Jan. 21, 1840
Ross Co., OH
Jan. 28, 1910
Washburn,
Barry, MO
SSW: Benjamin F. - Research Note: According to her death certificate she was married, husband's name not given. She was a daughter of William (born WV) and Susan (Flesher, born WV) Hickman. Margaret Walker of Washburn, MO was the informant. Donna's Note: She was married to Benjamin Franklin Walker and her death date is confirmed in his obituary. They are buried next to Daniel and Mary E. (McDaniel) Hickman. Death Certificate
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WALKER, Randall Lee May 21, 1960
Oklahoma City, OK
Aug. 30, 2007
Gateway,
Benton Co., AR
Inscription: "In Loving Memory" - Research Note: He was a son of Roger and Rosie (Hayworth) Walker. United in marriage to Jackie Dine. Survived by 2 sons, one son Shawn, preceded him in death. Barry County
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WALKER, Shawn A. Sep. 9, 1986 Nov. 24, 1986 No Data Photo
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WALT, James, Judge Nov. 6, 1825 Aug. 12, 1907
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Maria - Research Note: Judge James Walt of Washburn died at his home at the place on Tuesday, aged about 62 years. He was buried Wednesday in Washburn Prairie Cemetery with Masonic honors. He was a splendid citizen and enjoyed the respect of everybody. He was a Mexican veteran. Source: State Historical Society of MO Microfilm - August 17, 1907, Saturday, Cassville Democrat Online ObitNote
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WALT, Maria Dec. 29, 1832
IN
Feb. 5, 1912
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: James - Inscription: "His Wife" - Research Note: This was Watts in the paper but it is for Maria Walts. The stone has Walts on it, too - February 8, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Washburn News: Mrs. Maria Watts died at her home Feb 5th of pneumonia, age about 79 years. She had been sick about two weeks and her friends thought she would soon recover but she grew weaker till the end came. She had been a resident of town for a number of years and will be missed by her friends and neighbors. Burial at Washburn Prairie Cemetery Tuesday afternoon. - Donna's Note: Her death certificate does not list her parents names. She was age 79 years, 7 months and 7 days old. The cause of death was TB. Laura Fine, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Online Newspapers
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WARD, Glenda Sparkman Apr. 14, 1943
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 27, 2008
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Daughter of William M. "Bill" and Virginia Ruth (Sparkman) Ward. She taught locally in the Cassville, Purdy and Southwest at Washburn School Systems.Donna's Note: Glenda was a contributor to the Washburn page and added some old photos to the web site. Barry Co.
Advertiser
Oct. 29, 2008
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WARD, Johnnie Jan. 3, 1938
Seligman,
Barry Co., MO
Sep. 15, 1940
Washburn,
Barry, MO
Research Note: According to his death certificate he was a son of Joseph (born Webb City, MO) and Efie (Little, born Cherryvale, KS) Ward. Joseph Ward of Pitcher, OK, was the informant. Homemade Stone Death Certificate
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WARD, Virginia R. (SPARKMAN) Mar. 17, 1922
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 20, 1985
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Wm. (Bill) M. Ward - Research Note: Only child of H. Bryant Sparkman and M. Rhea (Adcock) Sparkman. She was the mother of Glenda S. Ward and William Bryant Ward. Death Certificate
family records
Deceased
Glenda Ward
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WARD, William "Bill" Mitchell June 12, 1918
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 17, 1998
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Virginia (Sparkman) Ward Death Certificate
family records
Deceased
Glenda Ward
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WATSON, Arlene Oleyia? (ROBERTS) Oct. 3, 1910
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
Feb. 20, 1942
Stone Memorial
Hospital,
Carthage,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: She is buried next to Gay Watson. Her death certificate reads that the cause of her death was myocarditis and fibroid tumors. She was in the hospital 29 days. Evertt Roberts was her father and Ollie Knayts? was her mother's name. Gaylon Watson, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Photo
Death Certificate
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WATSON, Bertha May (DORRIS) Sep. 18, 1884 Aug. 4, 1970 SSW: John E. - Research Note: She was the mother of Faye V. Watson, second wife of Leon Stewart. Photo
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WATSON, Gaylon "Gay" Wayne Sep. 24, 1905
Pittsburg,
Crawford Co., KS
July 10, 1968
Cardwell
Memorial Hosp.,
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
Research Note: According to Culver's Funeral Home records he was a son of John Edward Watson and Bertha Dorris. His wife was Alleen Montgomery and she was living. He was a merchant. Photo
Culver Funeral Home
v. 13, p. 39,
by Ted Roller
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WATSON, Gladys Opal 1905 1987 SSW: Harvey Edward Photo
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WATSON, Harvey Edward 1902 1980 SSW: Gladys Opal Photo
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WATSON, John Edward Jan. 19, 1877
IL
Aug. 24, 1970
So. Barry
Co., Hosp.,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Bertha M. - Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that Rev. Paul Watson was his closest relative. His father was William Franklin Watson and his mother was Sophia May Coffle. He was a filling station operator. Bertha May Watson, deceased was his wife. He had been in the community 3 months and lived in Stewart Heights, Cassville, MO. He was age 93. Culver Funeral Home
V. 14, P. 41,
by Ted Roller
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WEATHERS, Thomas M. Jan. 1, 1857
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
July 31, 1927
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Eliza - Research Note: His stone reads that he was born in 1857. He was a son of Allen Miles and Mary E. (Robertson) Weathers. The census has Dec. 1856 and the death certificate has Jan. 1, 1857 as his birth date. Cancer of the stomach was the cause of death. Thomas and Elizabeth married in Barry Co., MO, Jan. 29, 1880. Weathers Census
Death Certificate
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WEATHERS, Elizabeth Ann (CARGILE) Mar. 15, 1860
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
May 23, 1942
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: T. M. - Research Note: She was a daughter of John and Emaline E. (Eubank) Cargile. On her death certificate Thomas M. Weathers is given as her husband's name. Diarrhea was given as the cause of death. Weathers Death Certificate
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WEBB, Anna M. (WARDLAW) Mar. 14, 1884
Rogers,
Benton Co., AR
Apr. 30, 1973
St. Vincent's
Hosp., Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that Anna was a daughter of Ira Wardlaw and Sarah Chambers. Her closest relative was Eva Chandler, Washburn, MO. Her deceased husband was Frank Webb. She was 89 years, widowed and a housewife. Webb Plot Stone Culver Funeral Home
V. 15, P. 69,
by Ted Roller
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WEBB, Frank Aug. 25, 1877
Pea Ridge,
Benton Co., AR
Apr. 6, 1961
Home -
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Anna M. - Research Note: According to the Culver Funeral Home Records Frank Webb was a son of T. F. Webb and Ada Patterson. The cause of death was senility and congestive heart failure. He was a farmer. His widow was Anna Wardlaw Webb, Washburn, MO. He had lived in the Washburn community since 1918. Webb Plot Stone Culver Funeral
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WEBB, Joe 1911 1997 SSW: Orlena R. Photo
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WEBB, Orlena R. 1912 1978 SSW: Joe Webb Photo
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WEST, DeVere E. Jan. 9, 1934 Sep. 6, 1997 Inscription: "SSGT US AIR FORCE KOREA" - Another Stone Photos
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WEST, Jasper Newton Mar. 14, 1850
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 18, 1920
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to he death certificate he was married, and his occupation was carpenter, son of Elija West born AL and Sarah Harris born IN. Gertie Hodge of Washburn, MO was the informant. Death Certificate
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WESTFALL, William Nov. 1840
VA
Apr. 1907
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: April 27, 1907, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Ash No. 2: Died at his home, Thursday night, Mr. Westfall. He has been sick for some time. He leaves a wife, three daughters and two sons to mourn his death. Washburn Prairie News: Mr. Westfall of near Washburn, was laid to rest in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Saturday. The bereaved family have our sympathy. - Donna's Note: William Westfall, son of Cornelius Westfall lived in the Washburn area in 1900, and so since his was the only family living there - it is assumed that this was William who died. It appears also that he has no stone. Online Newspapers
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WESTFALL, ____ No Date Oct. 1907
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: October 26, 1907, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Washburn Prairie News: A young lady by the name of Westfall, was buried in the Prairie Cemetery, Sunday evening. - Donna's Note: this is probably Flossie or Beulah, and was a daughter of William and Permila Westfall. It appears that she doesn't have a stone. Online Newspapers
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WESTMORELAND, Alexander S. Apr. 8, 1843
Forsyth Co., NC
May 11, 1932
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sarah A. - Research Note: He married Sarah Anzliza Guiles, Oct. 29, 1875 in Douglas Co., MN, and was a son of Harbert Barnham and Elizabeth (Marshall)Westmoreland. His death certificate reads that Harbon Westmoreland was born in Stokesberry, NC and his mother Betty Marshall was born in Salem Co., NC. The date of his death is given as Apr. 8, 1843. The cause of his death was bronchial asthma. He had not worked since 1925, but he was a farmer for 35 years. He was age 79 and 3 days old when he died. Mrs. Walt Guiles was the informant. His stone has 1853 on it for the birth year. Note
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WESTMORELAND, Elizabeth (MARSHALL) Jul. 12, 1826 Dec. 7, 1905 SSW: H. B. - Research Note: Wife of Harbert Barnham Westmoreland. Photo
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WESTMORELAND, Harbert Barnham Aug. 8, 1825
Stokes Co., NC
Apr. 11, 1913
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Elizabeth - Research Note: April 17, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Died at the home of his son, Seaton Westmoreland. He was married, when young to Miss Marshall, and was the father of twelve children, two sons and seven daughters survive him. His wife preceded him to that better world seven years ago. Donna's Note: His death certificate gives his name as Harvey and his birth date as Aug. 12, 1825 and born in NC. It reads that he was widowed, a retired farmer. The date of death in the paper was Apr. 11, 1913, and the death certificate has the same date. Dr. L. B. Northcutt was his physician and the cause of death was pneumonia. Windes Bros. were the undertakers. A. S. Westmoreland, Washburn, MO, was the informant. - Westmoreland Mill News -Washburn News: The new mill is about ready for machinery. Cassville Republican, Jan 2, 1896 Online Obit
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WESTMORELAND, Harbird A. 1864 1924 Research Note: He is buried next to Herbert Barnham and Elizabeth Westmoreland. Note
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WESTMORELAND, Sarah Analiza (GUILES) June 10, 1858 Mar. 23, 1947
Aged Baptist
Home,
Arcadia,
Iron Co., MO
SSW: Alexanderia A. - Research Note: Her death certificate reads that her father was William Guiles, born Montgomery Co., NY and her mother Margaret Rulison, born Montgomery Co., NY. She had been in the home for aged Baptist for 4 years, 7 months and 8 days. She had been widowed two times. The informant was John H. Burney, Ironton, MO. Burial was in Washburn, Mar. 25, 1947. Death Certificate
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WESTON, Florence Ada (DAUGHERTY) July 11, 1881
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 1921
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Henry - Inscription: "Wed July 31, 1904" 0 Research Note: She was the wife of Henry Weston. Another Photo Note
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WESTON, Henry June 23, 1878
Barry Co., MO
July 20, 1934
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Florence Adah - Inscription: "Wed July 31, 1904" - Research Note: He was a son of Simon & Polly (Herd) Weston. His death certificate gives his mother's maiden name as Herd. Ray Mattingly, Cassville, MO, was the informant. He was listed as a farmer and died from the effects of cancer of the stomach. His brother James Washington Weston is buried in Corinth Cemetery. Another Photo Death Certificate
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WESTON, Katie Maye Dec. 21, 1905
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 7, 1925
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate she was a daughter of H. (born, Barry Co., MO) and F. A. (Daugherty, born Barry Co., MO) Weston. She was single, 19 years, 2 months, and 14 days old. Her father was H. Weston born Barry Co., MO, and mother F. A. Daugherty born Barry Co., MO.Donna's Note: Henry and Florence Adah (Daugherty) Weston were her parents. Cassville Monument placed a stone at her grave with 1905 and 1925 dates. Her death certificate has May and her stone has Maye as the spelling. Death Certificate
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WHITAKER, Caroline (ELZEY) Aug. 1848
Clinton Co., OH
Mar. 17, 1922
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate reads that her father was John Elzey, born Ohio, and her mother was ____ Templin, born Ohio. She was married and age 74. Graley Windes was the undertaker. Irvin Whitaker, Washburn, MO, was the informant. She married Oct. 1, 1874 in Clinton Co., OH, to Ivan F. Whitaker. Her parents were John and Miranda (Templin) Elzey and were listed in Clinton Co., OH, 1860 and 1870. Death Certificate
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WHITAKER, Irvin F. Abt. 1852
OH
Oct. 24, 1930
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate gives very little information. He was a farmer, widowed and his parents names were not given, no birth date is given but he was age 78. C. T. Hickman, Washburn, MO, was the informant. His death certificate is indexed by the SOS web site as Owen Whitaker. The poor handwriting could be taken for Owen. Death Certificate
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WHITCOMB, Morris Lee Feb. 23, 1946 June 17, 1986 No Data - Another Photo - Another Photo Photos
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WHITCOMB, Opal Katherine (HOOG) 1916 1975 Inscription: "Mother" - Research Note: Opal Hoog married Vernon H. Whitcomb. She was a daughter of Otto Truman and Stella May (Watson) Hoog. According to Edna May Hughes, her daughter's death record, her mother, Opal, also married Edwin J. Hughes. According to the death record for Gerald Lavene Akers, Marvin Leroy Akers was married to Opal Katherine Hoog. Note
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WHITCOMB, Vernon Hershell 1908 1984 Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: He is buried next to Opal. Photo
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WILLIAMS, Billie Jo (WEATHERS) 1931 No Date SSW: Clifford D. - Another Photo Photo
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WILLIAMS, Billy Joe Aug. 31, 1940
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 24, 1974
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Katie S. (Henry) Williams - Research Note: He was killed in an auto accident on Christmas Eve and was the son Carroll Williams and his wife Lena Mooney. Katie is buried by her second husband Wesley Hendrix but her name is on this stone, too. Another Photo Photo
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WILLIAMS, Billy Joe July 30, 1940
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 20, 2008
St. John's
Regional
Health Center,
Springfield,
Greene, MO
Research Note: Billy Joe Williams, age 67, of Purdy, passed away Thursday, March 20, 2008, in St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield. He was a son of "Buss" Earl and Gladys (Gardner) Williams. He was preceded in death by his father and a brother, Johnny Williams. He received his education in Washburn. His first job was with Jumping Jack Shoe Factory until 1980, then worked in the Oklahoma oil fields for a couple of years. After that he became a contract truck driver until his retirement on Dec. 16, 2005. Survived on one daughter. Back of Stone Cassville Democrat
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WILLIAMS, Carol Cycil "Skinny" Apr. 25, 1903
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 31, 1967
St. Vincent's
Hosp., Monett,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lena L. (Mooney) Williams - Research Note: Carol Cycil "Skinny" Williams was born April 25, 1903, Washburn, Barry Co., MO. His father was Harvey Williams and mother was Nellie (Chadd) Looney, died March 31, 1967, St. Vincent's Hospital, Monett, MO, and he was a mechanic and farmer. Burial was in Washburn Prairie Cemetery, and wife was given as Lena Mooney. Charles Vanzandt preached the funeral on April 2, 1967. Another Photo Photo
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p. 101,
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WILLIAMS, Clifford D. Jan. 1, 1926
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 15, 1970
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Billie Jo - Research Note: He was a son of Lena Mooney and Carol Williams. Another Stone - Inscription: "MISSOURI PFC 335 INF 84 INF DIV - WORLD WAR II PH" - Another Stone Photo
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WILLIAMS, Cora (CARGILE) Oct. 5, 1896
Barry Co., MO
July 1978
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Deb Williams - Research Note: She was a daughter of Isaac Dean and Mary Frances (Erwin) Cargile. Online Newspapers - Washburn News: Miss Cora Cargile returned from Kansas City, Sunday, after a weeks visit with her brother, Charley. October 2, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican - The date of Oct. 1897 is on the stone and also on the 1900 census reports. - An abstract of the online Obituary is to follow: 3 Jul 1978 - Mrs. Cora L. Bateman, 81, Washburn, died at 1 a.m. Monday at her home following a long illness. Mrs. Bateman was born Oct. 5, 1896, at Washburn, and was a lifetime area resident. She was active in the Jolly Friendship Club of Washburn and was a member of Washburn United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, L. E. Bateman, whom she married Oct. 4, 1966, in Cassville, a son, Ronald R. Williams, Athena, Ore.; a daughter, Mrs. Kathleen Browning, Washburn; two step-sons, Calvin Bateman and Clyde Bateman, both of Hutchinson, Kan.; three step-daughters, Mrs. Nora E. Monette, Theodore, Ore., Mrs. Lorena Tanner, South Bend, Ind., and Mrs. Oletha Mackey the State of Oklahoma; 18 grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandson. - Mother Stone Note
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WILLIAMS, Cyril A. 1896 1987 SSW: Gladys Photo
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WILLIAMS, Delbert Faye "Deb" Nov. 6, 1897
West Plains,
Howell Co., MO
Dec. 11, 1964
Osteopathic Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Cora - Research Note: Delbert "Deb" Williams, born Nov 6, 1897, at West Plains, MO, died, age 67 years, Washburn, MO. His wife was Cora Williams, father W. L. Williams and mother Julia Ann Fox. Date of death, Dec 11, 1964, Osteopathic Hospital, Cassville, MO. Funeral Washburn Baptist Church, Roger Davis and Chars. Vanzandt preached the funeral and burial was Washburn Prairie Cemetery, Dec 15, 1965. The stone reads 1893 and not 1897 as the funeral home records state. - Father Stone Culver Funeral
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WILLIAMS, Earl "Buss" Jan. 18, 1916 June 18, 1971 SSW: Gladys Williams - Inscription: "Married Nov. 21, 1936" Photo
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WILLIAMS, Edwin Leon Aug. 29, 1960
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 11, 1960
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Leon and Dee (Pendergraft) Williams. Photo
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WILLIAMS, Edwin Leon Sep. 8, 1937 No Date SSW: Wanda Dee - Inscription: "Married Dec. 26, 1958" - Back of Williams Stone Photos
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WILLIAMS, Gladys E. (GARNER) Oct. 2, 1919 No Date
SSW: Earl "Bus" Williams - Inscription: "Married Nov. 21, 1936" Headstone
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WILLIAMS, Gladys Susan (BOWERS) Nov. 1, 1897
Stone Co., MO
May 11, 1961
Home -
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Cyril A. - Research Note: According to Culver Funeral Home Records Gladys was a daughter of Phil Bowers and Oma Johnson. She was married and Cyril Williams, Washburn, MO was given as her husband. Culver Funeral
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WILLIAMS, Jackie V. Oct. 27, 1927
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 1, 1928
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to his death certificate he was age 1 year and 5 days old when he died. He was a son of Carrol C. (born Washburn, MO) and Lena (Mooney, born Washburn, MO) Williams. The cause of death was pneumonia. J. H. Mooney was the informant. Family
Donna Cooper
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Jo Ann 1934 No Date SSW: Roland A. - Another Photo Photo
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Johnny Lee Sep. 8, 1948 July 25, 1989 Inscription: "SP4 U. S. Army Vietnam" - Another Stone Family
Betty Erickson
Photos
Donna Cooper
WILLIAMS, Katie Sue (HENRY) Nov. 1, 1942 Sep. 24, 2004 Research Note: See Katie Sue (Henry) (Williams) Hendrix, wife of Wesley Hendrix. Last married to Wesley Hendrix. Her name is on a stone with her second husband Wesley Hendrix - across the road. She's not buried by Billy Williams, her first husband but here name is on his stone, too. - Another Photo Photo
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Lelia Sue Dec. 5, 1925 Apr. 27, 1926 Research Note: Her death certificate reads that the cause of her death was whooping cough. Her father is listed as Tom Williams, born Washburn, MO, and her mother as Nora Lance, born Purdy, MO. Tom Williams, Washburn, MO, was the informant. Stone reads that the death date was April 8, 1926. Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Lena Lenore (MOONEY) Apr. 15, 1904
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
June 11, 1971
So. Barry Co.
Hospital,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Carroll Williams - Research Note: She was a daughter of James Harvey and Ella (Pease) Mooney. Another Photo Photo
Family
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Linda Sue Apr. 8, 1946
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
May 10, 1946
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate she was age 1 month, 2 days old. She was a daughter of Ronald (born Washburn, MO) and Ferrel (Gardner, born Stone Co., MO) Williams. The cause of death was Whooping Cough. Her stone reads March 9, 1945 and April 10, 1945. Death Certificate
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Marjorie Loriene Mar. 21, 1913 Nov. 5, 1918 Research Note: She is buried next to Lelia Sue Williams and has a matching stone to hers. Thomas and Nora (Lance) Williams were her parents names. Note
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Mary "Mollie" Elizabeth (CARGILE) Apr. 20, 1850
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 15, 1934
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her husband was William Williams and listed as Bill Williams on her death certificate. She was widowed. The cause of her death was aortic insufficiency. Her father is listed as Cargile and her mother's maiden name was given as Eubanks. Very little information was given, but it does list her as age 84 years, 5 months and 25 days old when she died. J. A. Williams, Washburn, MO, was the informant. - She married William Williams May 27, 1879 in Barry Co., MO. Another Photo Death Certificate
Marriage
Note
Photo
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Nora Alpha (LANCE) Oct. 21, 1893
Bethel Community,
Barry Co., MO
July 17, 1966
Carthage,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Nora Alpha Williams, of 822 Oak Street, Carthage, MO, of Jasper County, was born in Bethel Community near Monett, MO, Oct 21, 1893 and died at the age of 72 years, 8 months and 26 days. She had been sick for two months and was a widow of Thomas A. Williams, deceased. Her son, "Bill" N. L. Williams of Reads, Missouri, Rte. 1, was listed as her closest relative. She died at Carthage, MO, July 17, 1966 and was buried at Washburn Prairie Cemetery July 20, 1966, Culver's Chapel took care of the funeral and Rev. Hugh Shults and Rev. Chas. VanZandt, Cassville, MO, were the ministers in charge of the service. Culver's Chapel, Vol 12, page 49, T & I Enterprise - Donna's Note: She was a daughter of William Jewell and Louisa (Haddock) Lance. She was a descendant of Charles Haddock, Sr., through his son William. Culver's Funeral
Home,
V. 12 P. 49,
by Ted Roller
Note
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Roland A. June 28, 1923
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 30, 1967
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Jo Ann - Research Note: He was a son of Carol and Lena (Mooney) Williams. Another Stone - Another Photo - Inscription: "KANSAS TEC5 H & S CO 178 ENGINEER C BN" - Another Photo Note & Family
Photos
Donna Cooper
Photos
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Roland Earl "Bus" Jan. 18, 1916
Wayne,
Barry Co., MO
June 8, 1971
Rogers
Memorial Hosp.,
Rogers,
Benton Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records state that his father was Delbert F. Williams and his mother was Cora Cargile. He was a retired custodian at Southwest High and was disable. He was an employed of Continental Can in Rogers. His closest relative was Gladys Gardner Williams. He had lived all his life in the area and was 55 years old. His address was Washburn, MO. Culver Funeral
Home, by
Ted Roller
V. 14, P. 81
Donna Cooper
WILLIAMS, Ruby Pearl Apr. 3, 1916 July 14, 1917 Research Note: She was a daughter of Thomas A. Nora Alpha (Lance) Williams, and is buried next to Marjorie Loriene Williams. Note
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Thomas A. Dec. 20, 1883
Barry Co., MO
June 23, 1949
Home -
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Nora A. - Research Note: He married Nora Alpha Lance, Dec. 23, 1911, Barry Co., MO, and was a son of William and Mary Elizabeth (Cargile) Williams. From the Culver Funeral Home Records, by Ted Roller: Thomas A. Williams of Washburn, MO, was born Dec. 20, 1883, in Barry Co., MO, and was married. He died June 23, 1949 at his home in Barry Co., MO. He was a farmer, and Dr. Mary Newman treated him. He died of chronic heart failure. His parents were William Williams and Mary Cargile. His funeral was at the Washburn Baptist Church with Rev. Chas. Vanzandt of Exeter, MO, officiating. Burial was in the Washburn Prairie Cemetery on June 26, 1949. His closest relative was Nora Williams, widow. Culver's Chapel,
T & I Enterprise,
V. 3, P. 106,
by Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILLIAMS, Wanda Deloris "Dee" (PENDERGRAFT) Aug. 19, 1941
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 4, 2008
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Edwin L. - Inscription: "Married Dec. 26, 1958" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Junior and Verbal (Dalton) Pendergraft. She was preceded in death by one son Edwin Leon. She married Leon Williams Dec. 26, 1958 in Cassville, MO. - Back of Williams Stone Barry Co.
Advertiser
Apr 9, 2008
Phyllis Long
Photos
Donna Cooper
WILLS, Lewis William Apr. 1, 1923
Eldorado, OK
May 14, 1998
At Home,
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Sybil N. - Inscription: "Married Feb. 15, 1953" - Military Stone Inscription: "S SGT US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II" - Research Note: Vicki's Note - Lewis was the son of Luther Wm. Wills and Eva Lee Freeman Wills. I am his daughter. Headstone
Vicki Mathews
Photos
Phyllis Long
WILLS, Sybil N. Oct. 24, 1937 No Date SSW: Lewis W. - Inscription: "Married Feb. 15, 1953" - Photo
Phyllis Long
WILSON, Dorothea R. (BLACK) Nov. 22, 1907
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 11, 1955
Barnes Hosp.,
St. Louis, MO
Research Note: Her death certificate is indexed by the SOS web site as Dorothy Wilson. Her husband was William Wilson and her father was John Black and mother Flora (no maiden name given). The death certificate has birth year as 1907 and her stone has 1908. The cause of death was sub-arachnoids hemorrhage due to intracranial aneurysm. Headstone
Donna Cooper
Death Certificate
Photo
Phyllis Long
WILSON, Enoch Boyd Sep. 19, 1918
Eagle Rock,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 24, 1993 SSW: Rosalie - Inscription: "Married Mar. 1, 1944" - Inscription: "SGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II - PURPLE HEART" - Research Note: Rosalie was his wife's name. He was a son of George Allen and Lilly Mae (Garner) Wilson. Another Stone Note
Photos
Donna Cooper
WILSON, Ertie Leroy Dec. 4, 1920
Eagle Rock,
Barry Co., MO
July 15, 2002
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "SGT US ARMY AIR FORCES - WORLD WAR II - BELOVED FATHER - GRANDFATHER & BROTHER" - Inscription: "Aug. 21, 1943" - Research Note: He was a son of George Allen and Lilly Mae (Garner) Wilson, preceded in death by one daughter, Sue Wilson; one brother, Enoch Wilson; and one sister, Jannie Ennis. He married Shirley Guiles in Gulfport, MS, Aug. 21, 1943. He had four sisters, Alice Ledenham of Washburn, Melva Higgs of Wheaton, Joycie Lacey of Cassville, and Margaret Juel of Johnson, Kansas. He graduated from Washburn School in 1938. Another Stone Monett Times
July 17, 2002
Mary Homesley
Note
Photos
Donna Cooper
WILSON, George Allen 1885 1960
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Lilly M. - Research Note: George was a son of Tinker Hugh L. & Idora (Seaton) Wilson. He married Lilly Mae Garner in Eagle Rock in 1909. Photo
Donna Cooper
WILSON, Gladys Bell July 15, 1910
OK
July 15, 1912
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of George & P. M. Wilson. Phyllis' Note: She was a daughter of George (born MO) and Phala May (Blankenship, born MO) Wilson. Top of Stone Note
Donna Cooper
Death Certificate
Photos
Phyllis Long
WILSON, Joe M. Jan. 4, 1928
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Feb. 19, 1930
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was a son of Luther Wilson, born KS. His mother's maiden name was Brake, born KS. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
WILSON, Lilly Mae (GARNER) June 27, 1891
Bloomfield,
Davis Co., IA
Sep. 22, 1993
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: George A. - Research Note: Lilly was a daughter of Joseph Marion & Martha Melvina Henrietta (Ernest) Garner. She married George Allen Wilson, Barry Co., MO, Aug 7, 1909. Photo
Donna Cooper
WILSON, Rosalie (SPENCER) (KIRBY) July 26, 1926
Lawton, OK
Sept. 19, 2010
Barry Co. Care Center,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Enoch B. - Inscription: "Married Mar. 1, 1944" - Research Note: Former Washburn, MO resident. Daughter of William and Goldie (Hardesty) Spencer. She was united in marriage to Enoch Wilson March 1, 1944. He preceded her in death December 24, 1993. She then married Walter (Dub) Kirby March 7, 1997 and he passed away December 23, 1999. Mrs. Kirby was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, two brothers, one granddaughter and twin great-great-granddaughters. Bennett-Wormington
Funeral Home
Phyllis Long
Photo
Donna Cooper
WILSON, Shirley Ann (GUILES) Sep. 21, 1924 No Date SSW: Ertie Leroy Wilson - Inscription: "Aug. 21, 1943" Note
Photo
Donna Cooper
WILSON, Sue Ellen Sep. 4, 1950
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 21, 1958
St. John's Hosp.,
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that her father was Ertie Wilson and her mother Sue Ann Guiles. She was a school child. She was age 7 years, 7 months and 17 days old when she died. Culver Funeral Home
V. 9, P. 22,
by Ted Roller
Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Amanda C. Aug. 5, 1896 June 16, 1918 Research Note: First wife of William Frank Windes (he died 1954). Family
Billy Windes
Photo
Phyllis Long
WINDES, B. Franklin "Frank" Dec. 25, 1841
Jefferson Co., IL
Sep. 27, 1917
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Married Crocia Windes - father of Robert Alvin Windes - Phyllis' Note:This was the life of B. F. Windes of Washburn, who passed to his reward at that place, Thursday, Sep. 27, 1917, after a continued decline in health for sometime, aged 65 years, 9 months, and 2 days. He was born in Jefferson county, Ill., Dec. 25, 1841, and his parents ??? to Linn Creek, Camden county, Mo., when the decadent was a small child. There he grew to manhood and later moved to Way-???ville, Pulaski county, where he engaged in the mercantile business ??ry successfully. April 25, 1866 he and Miss Crecia Raye of that place were married and have lived a ????? and she sy????? be located a ????? engaged in the mer???? business for a number of ??? and was very successful. La??? engaged in farming and made a success of it. He was the father of nine children, seven of whom are living and are: Mrs. Chas. Campbell, Mrs. W. B. Adcock, Mrs. E. B. Babb, Robert and Harry Windes and Mrs. Walter Stevens of Washburn and Mrs. Chas. Traylor of Richmond Mo., who were with their beloved father when the dissolution came. Plot Stone Headstone
Billy Windes
Online Obit
Photo
Phyllis Long
WINDES, Bess E. Jan. 19, 1912 Nov. 8, 2004 Windes Plot Stone - Plot Photo Photos
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Crocia (RAYL) Feb. 17, 1849 June 2, 1924 Research Note: Married to Frank Windes - mother of Robert Alvin Windes. Plot Stone Familyt
Billy Windes
Photo
Phyllis Long
WINDES, Gertie Della "De" (BLACK) Aug. 18, 1871
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 15, 1952
Cassville
Comm. Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Married to Robert Alvin Windes - sons were Grailie Black, Wendall A., William Frank, Dewey and one daughter Robbie (Morrow) - Phyllis' Note: According to her death certificate she was widowed, Washburn, MO resident. Her husband was Robert Windes. She was a daughter of W. C. and Sally Ann (Phoenix) Black. Frank Windes of Washburn, MO was the informant. Family
Billy Windes
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Grailie Black Oct. 2, 1899
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
July 20, 1961
State Santi.
Mt. Vernon,
Lawrence Co., MO
Research Note: He was the husband of Martha Louise Windes, and had three children, Sally Sue, Patsy Jane and Billy Frank. Donna's Note: Grailie Black Winds was born in Washburn, a son of Robert A. and Gertie (Black) Windes according to the Culver Funeral Home records. He was the postmaster in Washburn and died in the state sanitarium in Mt. Vernon. The cause of death was given as uremia. Martha Windes was given as his wife's name. - Plot Stone - Plot Photo - Windes Plot Photo Family
Billy Windes
Culver Funeral
Home
V. 9, P. 110,
by Ted Roller
Photos
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Hattie Juanita (SMITH) Mar. 21, 1904 May 31, 1987
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
Research Note: Married to (William) Frank Windes who preceded her in death. Also had two additional marriages to Lindsey Bryant and Fred Morrow who also preceded her in death. Family
Billy Windes
Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Martha Louise (JOHNSON) Sep. 16, 1918
Harrison,
Boone Co., AR
Mar. 30, 2007
Hospice Hose,
Kansas City,
Jackson Co., MO
Research Note: Martha Louise Windes, age 88, of Independence, formerly of Cassville, died March 30, 2007 at Hospice House in Kansas City. She was born September 16, 1918, in Harrison, Arkansas, and was a daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Lucy Rachel (Holland) Johnson. She was a graduate of Bolivar High School and Southwest Teachers College in Springfield. She did graduate work at the University of Missouri. She was a Sunday school teacher, taught English in high schools, and was a librarian at the Wheaton and Cassville high schools until retiring in 1982. She married Grailie Windes on March 8, 1942, and he preceded her in death July 20, 1961. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Sally, in 1944; two brothers, Floyd and William Johnson; and one sister, Jane Shahan. Plot Stone - Windes Plot Photo Photos
Monett Times
Apr. 2, 2007
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Norma L. Jan. 19, 1934 No Date SSW: Robert W. Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Robert Alvin Oct. 30, 1872
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Mar. 31, 1940
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Married to Gertie Della "De" Black. See Gertie Della Windes for children. Phyllis' Note: He wasmarried, wife was Gertie D. Windes, living, age 67. His occupation was merchant. He was a son of Frank (born MO) and Crochia (Rayl, born MO), Windes. Headstone
Billy Windes
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Robert W. Nov. 11, 1933 No Date SSW: Norma L. Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Sally Sue Feb. 6, 1944
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Nov. 5, 1944
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Died of pneumonia. Daughter of Grailie Black Windes and Martha Louise (Johnson) Windes Plot Photo Family
Billy Windes
Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, Wendall Alvin "Bill" Dec. 10, 1910
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 18, 1971
St. Joseph's Hosp.,
Wichita,
Sedgwick Co., KS
Research Note: Married to Orlena Grimes - had one son Robert Windes - later divorced and married Bess Webb (her surname from a previous marriage). Donna's Note: His father is given as Robert A. Windes and his mother as Gertie D. Black on the Culver Funeral Home records. He lived at 2256 S. Glendale, Wichita, KS and had lived there 20 years when he died. He was a material planner at Boeing in Wichita. Plot Photo - Another Photo Family
Billy Windes
Culver Funeral
Home
V. 14, P. 110
by Ted Roller
Photo
Donna Cooper
WINDES, William Frank Jan. 1, 1896 Nov. 22, 1954
Stella,
Newton Co., MO
Research Note: Married Amanda G. Windes (1896- 1918. Second wife was Hattie Juanita Smith. Had no children Family
Billy Windes
Photo
Donna Cooper
WISELEY, Norma Jean (HYDE) Feb. 21, 1935
Barry Co., MO
No Date Research Note: Her parents were Emit Paul and Mildred (Murray) Hyde. Photo
Note
Donna Cooper
WITHERS No Date No Date Research Note: This stone is next to Samuel and Martha Wither's stone and on the other side is a field stone. Note
Donna Cooper
Photos
Phyllis Long
WITHERS, Martha S. (JOHNSON) 1850 1898 SSW: Samuel D. - Another Photo Photos
Phyllis Long
WITHERS, Samuel Davidson 1845 1930 SSW: Martha S. - Research Note: He was a son of Andrew Jackson and Nancy Jane (Hewlett) Withers. - Another Photo Note
Donna Cooper
Photos
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Albert H. Jan. 1, 1843
AL
Nov. 19, 1926
Rural
Washburn,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife was Matilda Woodruff and he was a farmer. He was a son of Joseph Woodruff, born AL and Elizabeth Walker Inman, born AL. S. A. Woodruff of Stella, MO was the informant. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Estella "Stella" Eldora (PEASE) Dec. 10, 1877
Beatrice,
Gage Co., NE
Oct. 14, 1961
Osteopathic
Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Samuel Woodruff - Research Note: She and Sam had no children. She was a daughter of James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease. Holmesville was where they lived and is near Beatrice, so she probably was born in Holmesville, but family record has her birth place as Beatrice. Her grandparents and other family are buried there. She was married to Samuel Woodruff and he died in 1949. - Another Photo Family
Photo
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Georgia Henrietta Sep. 27, 1883
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 26, 1885
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Albert H. and Matilda (Carter) Woodruff. Photo
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Gracie Jan. 17, 1892
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 17, 1892
Barry Co., MO
No Data Photo
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Harry F. Mar. 13, 1878
AR
Dec. 31, 1963
Memorial Hosp.,
Houston, TX
Research Note: Culver Funeral Home records read that Albert H. Woodruff and Matilda Ann Carter were his parents. Mrs. C. M. Galey, Houston, TX, was his closest relative. Culver Funeral
Home V. 10,
P. 135, by
Ted Roller
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Joseph Edward Nov. 14, 1868
Franklin Co., MO
Oct. 4, 1950
Carthage,
Jasper Co., MO
Research Note: Buried near Sam Woodruff and was his brother Joseph Edward Woodruff. Phyllis' Note:According to his death certificate he died at the DuKart Rest Home. Widowed twice. Wife at the time was Annie O. Woodruff. Son of Albert Henry Woodruff. Mother's maiden name unknown. His occupation was retired piano salesman. Mrs. A. E. Schmidt of 6174 University, Detroit, MI was the informant. Another Photo Photo
Donna Cooper
Death Certificate
Photo
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Matilda (CARTER) Oct. 1, 1848
IN
June 29, 1934
Seligman,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate gives Frank Carter as her father and her mother's maiden name as Nobler. She was married to Albert H. Woodruff about 1867. Funeral Home Records
Suzanne Sellers
WOODRUFF, Maude Overton Nov. 1888
Barry Co., MO
1922
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was a daughter of Albert H. and Matilda (Carter) Woodruff. Woodruff Plot Stone Photo
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Samuel Alexander Sep. 5, 1875
Franklin Co., MO
July 17, 1949
Columbia,
Boone Co., MO
SSW: Estella - Research Note: Albert H. Woodruff and Matilda Ann Carter were his parents. His death certificate reads that he was a farmer and carpenter. The cause of death was epidermoid carcinoma of lower lip, post irradiation, recurrence. Coronary arteriosclerosis. It reads the body was removed to Cassville. Donna's Note: His funeral was at the Sam Woodruff home, about 3/4 of a mile south of the Hwy 37 and 90 junction. The body was interred in Washburn Prairie Cemetery. Another Photo Photo
Census
Family
Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
Photo
Phyllis Long
WOODRUFF, Susie Oct. 15, 1890
Barry Co., MO
Dec. 22, 1892
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her parents were Albert H. and Matilda (Carter) Woodruff. Photo
Phyllis Long
Note
Donna Cooper
YERION, Ross Mar. 22, 1902 June 11, 1985 SSW: Ruth Photo
Donna Cooper
YERION, Ruth Aug. 29, 1905 Feb. 21, 1976 SSW: Ross Photo
Donna Cooper


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