EACHUS, Mary Lea (1897 - 1984)
Wichita Eagle, Friday, 13 July 1984
Mary Lea Eachus, 86 of 2219 Woodland, homemaker, died Wednesday. Service 2 p.m.
Saturday, Mount Olivet Cemetery, rural Adrian, Mo. Surviors: husband, Roy.
EACHUS, Roy Reed (1904 - 1989)
Wichita Eagle, Tuesday, 2 May 1989
Roy R Eachus, 84, of 2219 Woodland, retired Barkley Brothers Sheet Metal Co.
employee, died Monday, May 1, 1989. Service pending.
Survivors: brother Lewis of Canby, Ore: gread-niece, Kay Thompson of Wichita.
EACHUS, Roy Reed (1904 - 1989)
Wichita Eagle, Wednesday, 3 May 1989
Roy R Eachus, 84, of 2219 Woodland, retired Barkley Brothers Sheet Metal Co.
employee, died Monday, May 1, 1989. Service 2 p.m., Thursday, Mount Olivet
Cemetery, rural Adrian, Mo. Cochran Mortuary.
EIDSON, Richard Henry (1916 - 2004)
Clinton Daily Democrat, 9 November 2004
Richard Henry Eidson, 88, Ballard, died Wednesday, November 3, 2004, at Bates
County Memorial Hospital in Butler. He was born April 19, 1916 to Emmett Monroe
and Lela Frances Seaton Eidson in Camdon County. He graduated from Ballard High
School in 1933. On April 12, 1936 he married Cleo Jordan. In the late 1930s, he
and his brother Chic, owned and operated teh Eidson Brothers Store in Ballard.
He raised cattle, farmed row crops, hauled livestock to the Kansas City and St.
Louis stockyards and custom baled for many people. He was a member of the
Fairview Baptist Church. He is survived by two sons, Billie Eidson and wife
Charlotte, Ballard, and Danny Eidson and wife Connie, Urich; one sister-in-law
Ellen Jane Eidson, Urich; one brother-in-law, Don Jordan and wife Violet,
Arcola, Florida; seven grandchildren, Ron Eidson and wife Becky, Tim Eidson and
wife Cheri, Richie Eidson and wife Tina, Jeremy Eidson, Casey Eidson and wife
Jessi, Crystal Eidson and Carrie Eidson; six great-grandchildren, Matthew,
Kortney, Jayde, Jagur, Brice and Jordan Kylee; nephews, nieces and other
relatives and a special friend Hazel Shelton. He was preceded in death by his
parents; his stepmother, Nona Hoover Eidson; his wife Cleo in December 1998; one
brother Chic Eidson, and an infant sister Avis Florence. Funeral services were
Sunday, November 7, at Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel in Butler. Burial was in Oak
Hill Cemetery, Butler.
ELAM, Herbert Lee (1931 - 2008)
Atkinson Funeral Home
Herbert Lee Elam, April 2, 1931 - November 9, 2008 - Herbert Lee Elam, 77,
Adrian, MO, died Sunday, November 9, 2008 at his home. Funeral services 3:00 PM
Wednesday, November 12, 2008 at the Atkinson Chapel, Adrian, MO with visitation
from 2:00-3:00 PM at the chapel. Burial in Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian.
Memorial contributions may be made to Heartland Hospice, 4 West Ohio Street,
Suite 2-B, Butler, MO 64730.
ELKINS, James Thomas (1872 - 1933)
Submitted by Mabel Phillips.
James Thomas Elkins 9 Apr 1872 - 16 Dec 1933 was a representative of the Hall
Drug Company. He married a daughter of Dr. Wiley P. & Martha E. (Jackson) Hall,
founder of Hall Drug Company, probably in Bates County, before Dec 1898. She
died of meningitis during an 1898 Christmas visit
to his family in Ozark, Missouri. Dr. Hall has twin daughters, Armintha A.
"Minnie" and Dora A. born 1877 and Nettie B. born 1879. This was the obituary in
the Ozark newspaper.
ELKINS, Mrs. James (?? - 1898)
Submitted by Mabel Phillips
Elkins, ? (Hall) died 23 Dec 1898 Christian County Republican 19 Dec 1898 A Sad
Death Died, at the residence of Dr. C. B. Elkins of this city Friday morning of
spinal meningitis, induced by the measles. Mrs. Jas. Elkins of Adrian, this
state. Mr. and Mrs. Elkins were visiting relatives here
for the holidays when Mrs. Elkins was taken with the measles, caught cold and
death was the result. Her father, Dr. Hall, a prominent physician of Adrian, was
telegraphed for and reached her bedside Wednesday and was with her in her last
hours. The remains were taken to Adrian Friday for interment. Jas. Elkins is a
brother of Dr. C. B. Elkins and a druggist of Adrian. Dr. Elkins accompanied the
bereaved husband and father in their sad journey.
ENER, James Claud (1968 - 2009)
Wednesday February 25, 2009
James Claud “Jamey” Ener, 40, of Butler, Missouri, died Wednesday, February 25,
2009 at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He was born March 24, 1968 in
Lufkin, Texas, the son of James and Charlene Hammack Ener. He was employed as an
auto mechanic. He was preceded in death by his father who died December 25, 2005
and his mother who died May 17, 2004. Survivors include one son; James
Christopher Ener; three daughters, Samantha Charlene, Rebecca Ann and Jamie June
Ener; two sisters, Colinda Bennett and Josie Arrendondo; his step-children;
Michael and Megan Morris; Braxton Breckenbridge, Sierra Freeman and Miguel
Barrea and the mothers of his children; Janis Harris, Lynn Morris, Emily
Breckenridge, Tequila Ener and Carmen Barrea. Services will be held at 6:30 PM,
Thursday at the Coffel-Schneider Chapel, Pleasanton, Kansas. A visitation will
follow the service until 8:00 PM.
ENGEMAN, Duane W. (1958 - 2007)
Duane William Engeman, son of Leo Frank and Edra Julia (Oswald) Engeman, was
born July 15, 1958 in Clinton, Missouri. He passed away at Ellett Memorial
Hospital in Appleton City, Missouri November 23, 2007 at 49 years of age. Duane
spent all of his life in the Appleton City area, living most of that time in the
same home. He enjoyed raising Angus cattle and row crop farming. He took great
pride in his fine herd of cattle and enjoyed watching them graze. Duane liked
animals and had two pets he was very fond of, his cat and his dog, Buddy. Duane
had an infectious smile and
enjoyed sharing that with friends. He began most every morning by visiting with
friends at the Dollar Store, Caseys, Sur-Gro and other places downtown in
Appleton City. He was a very friendly man who enjoyed family and friends. Duane
was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Montrose, Missouri.
Preceding Duane in death were his father and grandparents. Survivors include his
mother, Edra Engeman of Appleton City, Missouri; his daughter Alisha and husband
Cory Mantonya of Clinton, Missouri, and his son, Derek Engeman of Appleton City;
his brother Ivan Engeman and wife Diana of Lees Summit, Missouri; a grandson
Jaden Engeman and granddaughter Megan Mantonya both of Clinton; a niece Lauren
Engeman and a nephew Steve Engeman.
ENGLAND, Ruth Talla (1906 - 2006)
St. Clair County Courier, 12 May 2006. Submitted by Mary Zeiler.
Ruth Talla England, age 99, of Rich Hill formerly of Schell City, was born
October 31, 1906, in Marlow, Oklahoma Territory near Fort sills and Chickasha.
Her mother, Pansy Pearl Allen was a rural music teacher and composer. Her
father, Thomas Oscar Talla, a school teacher, was one of 15 children born to a
Norwegian immigrant family. Ruth was raised in a Christian home where she was
baptized into the Methodist faith at the age of 10. She carried her love of her
Lord Jesus Christ throughout her life and had most recently been a member of the
Assembly of God Church in Rich Hill. Ruth attended Cameron University in
Oklahoma and Northwestern Teachers College. She later graudated from Asbury
Academy in Kentucky and completed her teaching degree from Weatherford College.
She taught white and Indian children in Oklahoma and after moving to Missouri
taught in Lowry City, Harwood, and Schell City. On May 12, 1933, Ruth was united
in marriage to Clay W. England and to their union one daughter and one son were
born. Clay and Ruth traveled to Germany, Norway, England, and Nigeria to serve
in the mission fields. Throughout her life, Ruth wrote, illustrated and
published many books and during her last 30 years, her time was spent writing,
publishing, and distributing devotional materials. She was also a very
accomplished artist and painter. Survivors include her son, John England and his
wife Lena of Rich Hill; five grandchildren, Deborah Hayes and her husband Randy
of Huntington, Texas; Sheila Presley and her husband, Terry of Kansas City,
Kan.; Dana Cook and her husband, Mark of Flat Rock, Mich.; John L. England and
his wife, Virginia of Kansas City, Kan.; and Dianne Montagna of Los Angeles,
Calif.; six great grandchildren, Randy Hayes, Brian Moore, Michael Moore, Sara
Moore, Mark Cook, Jr., and Tyler Cook; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many
friends. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Allen Talla;
one adopted sister, Ethel Acord; one grandson, Stewart Allen; her daughter,
Pearl Kempton; and her husband, Clay who passed away January 11, 1993. Funeral
services for Ruth Talla England were held Wednesday, May 3, at the
Lewis-Hoagland Funeral Home in Schell City with Bro. Tim Brewer officiating.
Interment was in the Green Lawn Cemetery in Schell City under the direction of
the Lewis-Hoagland Funeral Home in Schell City. Memorials are suggested to the
Green Lawn Cemetery in Schell City in care of the funeral home.
ENGLIS, Willus Lee (?? - 2006)
Nevada Daily Mail, Sunday, September 24, 2006
Willus Lee Englis, 89, died Sept. 24, 2006, at the home of his daughter and
son-in-law near Amsterdam, Mo. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday,
Sept. 24, at the Coffel-Schneider Funeral Home in LaCygne, Kan. Burial will be
in the New Lancaster Cemetery. Visitation will be held an hour prior to the
service. The family suggests contributions to the donor's choice or the LaCygne
library building fund.
ENNIS, LeRoy (1915 - 1921)
Adrian Journal, Thursday, October 13, 1921. Submitted by Sandee Hubbard
OBITUARY - LeRoy Ennis, was born June 5th, 1915 and died September 28th, 1921;
aged 6 years, 3 months and 20 days. Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
Ennis, five brothers and four sisters are left to mourn his loss. The bereaved
family has the sympathy of the entire community, but they should find
consolation in the thought that LeRoy has gone to that Heavenly home where the
sorrows and troubles of this life never enter.
A short but very impressive funeral service was held at the Burdett cemetery,
conducted by the Rev. D. E. Johnson.
ENSLEY, Ellen Davis (1804 - 1908)
15 September 1908, Appleton City Tribune newspaper, submitted by Cheryl Bell
Mrs. Ensley, Our Oldest Citizen, Passes Away Mrs. Ellen Ensley, the oldest
member of the Old Settlers’ Society and oldest citizen of our county, entered
into rest on Sunday, September 6, aged 104 years, 6 months, 21 days, at her home
in Spruce Township. She was born in Mercer County,
Kentucky, near the present site of Harrodsburg, on Valentine’s Day, February 14,
1804. She lived with her youngest son, William Ensley, on his farm, one and
one-quarter miles northeast of Spruce, Bates County. Mrs. Ensley’s maiden name
was Ellen Davis. When 18 years old she was married to William Voris, who a few
years after their marriage was elected sheriff of Mercer County. He was killed
while making an arrest. They had two children, a son and a daughter. The
daughter died and the son, Andrew Voris, 80 years old, is now living within a
mile or two of the late home of his
mother. After the death of her husband Mrs. Voris married John Ensley. – Bates
ENSOR, Charles Edwin (1931 - 2003)
Kansas City Star, Tuesday, December 2, 2003
Charles Edwin Ensor, 71, died on Nov. 29, 2003. He was born on Sept. 1, 1931,
near Appleton City, Mo., to George E. and Helen (Murphy) Ensor, who preceded him
in death. He attended schools in the Appleton City area, and high school in
Butler, Mo. He served in the U.S. Army in the Korean War, stationed in Germany
from 1953-1955. He worked for the Manor Bread Company after returning from the
military and then drove for various trucking companies until 1989. He was a
member of the Teamsters Union Local No. 41. In 1955, he married Ruth Bassett. He
became an auctioneer in the late 1950's calling commercial auctions and
travelling to 18 states. He also called benefit auctions including the McGennis
Youth Center barbeque auction until his health failed. He served 40 years as
Parade Marshall for the Rich Hill Fourth of July parade. He coached little
league baseball. He was a member of the Rich Hill American Legion Post No. 67,
and the Masonic Lodge No. 254. Charles is survived by his wife Ruth; five
children, Cheri Ensor, Raytown, Mo., Wendy Bradley, Butler, Mo., Scott Ensor,
Peculiar, Mo., Marlene Pickering, Lebanon, Mo., and Valerie Kithcart, Rich Hill,
Mo.; 11 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; a brother, Dale Ensor,
Lexington, Mo.; sisters, Georgia Crist, Dot Crist, both of Butler, Mo.; four
nephews, four nieces, and several great-nieces and great-nephews. Services were
held at 10:30 a.m., at the Sheldon-Booth Chapel, with Bill Perkey officiating.
Music was "Uncle Pen" and "I Saw the Light." Soloist was Donya Bridgewater who
sang "In the Garden" and "Precious Memories." Casketbearers were Dean Crist,
David Crist, Marty Ensor, Wade Ensor, Corey Ensor, Jeff Bradley, Cody Ensor and
Sam Bradley. Honorary casketbearers were Gary Jennings, Don Steuk, Ken Boone,
Jack Fenewald, F.C. "Toppy" Clark and Terry Clark. Military rites were performed
by the American Legion Post No. 67, from Rich Hill, Mo. Interment was in the
Green Lawn Cemetery, Rich Hill, Mo. Arrangements by Sheldon-Booth Funeral Home,
Rich Hill, Mo. Donations to Friends of Green Lawn or American Legion Post No. 67
of Rich Hill, Mo., will be appreciated.
EPPARD, Mitchell Kelly (1955 - 2008)
Atkinson Funeral Home
Mitchell Kelly Eppard, August 6, 1955 - July 15, 2008. Mitchell "Kelly" Eppard,
52, Raytown, MO, formerly of Harrisonville, MO, died Tuesday, July 15, 2008 at
the Edgewood Manor Nursing Home in Raytown. Graveside services will be held at
2:00 PM Friday, July 18 at the Howard Cemetery in Goodman, MO. Friends may call
10:00-11:00 AM Friday, July 18 at the Atkinson Chapel in Adrian, MO. Memorial
contributions may be made to the Edgewood Manor Resident Activities Fund, 11900
Jessica Lane, Raytown, MO 64138. Kelly was born August 6, 1955 in Sidney,
Nebraska, the son of Clyde Lewis and Opal Louise (Broam) Eppard. Kelly had
worked at the Sheltered Workshops in Harrisonville and Grandview, MO. He enjoyed
cars and trucks and going for car rides. He was great at remembering directions.
Kelly was preceded in death by his parents, aunts and uncles. He is survived by
two brothers, Clyde Lewis Eppard, Jr. and his wife, Glenda, Neosho, MO and Audie
Steven Eppard and his wife, Janice, Webb City, MO; two sisters, Sherilyn LaDean
Morgan, Westminster, CO and Leslie Jeanine Swartz and her husband, Gary, Adrian,
MO and several nieces and nephews.
EPPERSON, Nellie May
Kansas City Star, 12 March 2008
Nellie May Epperson, 94, of Mission, Kansas passed away Monday, March 10,
2008. Funeral services will be 1:00 PM on Thursday, March 13 at D.W. Newcomer's
Sons Overland Park Chapel, 8201 Metcalf, Overland Park, KS. Visitation will be
from 12:00- 1:00PM, Thursday, at the chapel. Burial will follow in Oak Hill
Cemetery, Butler, MO. Memorial contributions may be made to Roeland Park United
Methodist Church. Nellie was born on March 6, 1914 in rural Bates County, MO to
Dick and Hattie Griffith. She was the second child in a family of seven. On May
19, 1935, she married Odie Epperson. During WWII, she worked at Lake City
Ammunition Plant and Pratt and Whitney Aircraft. Later, Nellie spent 35 years as
manager for Leighter's Dress Shop. She loved ballroom dancing and was the proud
possessor of eight trophies, dancing with husband, Odie, in competitions
affiliated with Walters Dance Studio. She was preceded in death by her parents;
her husband of 57 years, Odie Epperson; four brothers and one sister. She is
survived by one sister, Sue Shepherd; her loving friend, Russ Callahan and many
nieces and nephews that loved her dearly. Arrangements: D.W. Newcomer's Sons
Overland Park Chapel, 8201 Metcalf, Overland Park, KS 66204.
ERICKSON, Mary Ethel (1904 - 2006)
Adrian Journal, 22 March 2006
Mary Ethel Erickson 1904-2006 - Mary Ethel Erickson, 101, Amsterdam, MO, died
Friday, March 17, 2006 at Willow Lane in Butler, MO. Funeral services were held
Monday, March 20 at the Amsterdam Baptist Church.
ESNOR, Ruth (?? - 2007)
Nevada Daily Mail, Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Ruth Ensor, 69, Rich Hill, Mo., died April 16, 2007. Funeral services will be
held at Thursday, April 19, at 10 a.m., at the Heuser Funeral Home, Rich Hill.
The family will receive friends Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. The family suggests
memorial contributions to the Friends of Green Lawn Cemetery Association.
ESSENPRIES, Melba Ernestine (1922 - 2009)
Adrian Journal, 9 January 2009
Melba Ernestine (Moore) Essenpries 1922 - 2009
Melba Ernestine (Moore) Essenpries, 86, Adrian, MO, died Thursday, January 1,
2009 at Appleton City Manor in Appleton City, MO. Melba was born January 4, 1922
in Bates County, MO, the daughter of Ernest Hall and Pearl Mae (Evans) Moore.
She was the seventh child born of nine children. Funeral services were held
Tuesday, January 6, 2009 at the Atkinson Chapel, Adrian, Missouri. Rev. Bob
Maffitt, Adrian First United Methodist Church, officiated with burial in
Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian, Missouri. Contributions may be made to the
Adrian Optimist Club or WMAT&MA.
ESSENPRIES, Melba Ernestine (1922 - 2009)
Cass county Democrat Missourian, Friday, January 9, 2009
Melba Ernestine Essenpries, Jan. 4, 1922 - Jan. 1, 2009. Melba Ernestine (Moore)
Essenpries, 86, Adrian, died Jan. 1, 2009. She was born Jan. 4, 1922, in Bates
County, the daughter of Ernest Hall and Pearl Mae (Evans) Moore.Services were
Jan. 6 at the Atkinson Chapel in Adrian. Burial was in the Crescent Hill
Cemetery, Adrian, under the direction of Atkinson Funeral Home, Adrian.
EVANS, Albert Randall (1944 - 2007)
Nevada Daily Mail, Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Albert Randall Evans, age 63, Joplin, pastor of Friendship Baptist Church,
passed away on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2007, at St. John's Regional Medical Center.
Bro. Al was born May 29, 1944, in Kansas City, Mo., son of Albert C. Evans and
Virginia Smith Evans of Nevada, Mo. He graduated from El Dorado Springs High
School, and then received a BA from Southwest Baptist University in Boliver,
Mo., he also attended the University of Missouri in Kansas City, received his
Ph.D. in Pastoral Counseling from Anderson Baptist Seminary, Camilla, Ga., and
later completed the Basic Police Course at Missouri Southern University, Joplin.
He was a certified Temperament Counselor, Licensed Clinical Counselor, and
Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor, was member of the National Christian
Counselors Association and Professional Clinical Member with the American
Association of Christian Counselors. He served on the Nevada Baptist Association
as Chairman of the Executive Board, the Nominating Committee, and was the
Mission Chairman, he was on the Nominating Committee of the Baptist Student
Union at MSSU, Joplin Sociology Committee, and served as advisor to Board of
Directors for the Rural Missouri Incorporated, Jefferson City. He served as the
Pastor of several churches during his ministry which began in 1962, including
Olive Branch, Milo, Mo., First Baptist Church, Arcadia, Kan., City Mission of
Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y., Milo Baptist Church, Milo, Mo., Taylor's Memorial
Baptist Church, Aberdeen, N.C., Macedonia Baptist Church, Fayetteville, N.C.,
and from 1982 to present, Friendship Baptist Church, Joplin. In addition to
pastoring these churches, Al worked for Job Search Assistance, Inc., Joplin, as
an office manager, West Central Missouri Rural Development in Appleton City,
Mo., as office manager, Offenders Aid and Restoration in Fayetteville, N.C., as
a counselor, Human Services Coordinator, Region H, in Troy, N.C., as a counselor
and educator, and Manpower, West Central Missouri Rural Development in Appleton
City, Mo. In addition to his parents, Bro. Al is survived by his wife, Debbie
Evans whom he married Oct. 19, 1984, in Joplin: sons, Andre' Evans and wife
Kristie of Creedmore, N.C., a, Justin Evans and wife Katrin of Haaren, Germany,
Shawn Hofer and wife Amy of Rutledge, Ga.: daughter, Michael Thomas and husband
Briant, of Kansas City, Mo.: 11 grandchildren. Funeral services will be Friday,
Nov. 23, at 10 a.m., at Friendship Baptist Church with Keith Jackson and Jim
Lidberg officiating. Interment will follow in Osborne Memorial Cemetery with
Frank Knorpp, Bud Cox, Tom Cox, Melvin Myers, Dick Sharp, and Robert Bradford
serving as pallbearers. The family will receive friends at Parker Mortuary on
Wednesday from 6 to 7 p.m.
EVANS, Darline Neola (1916 - 2001)
From the News X Press, Friday, June 29, 2001. Submitted by Sandee Hubbard
DARLINE NEOLA EVANS - Darline Neola Evans, 84, Adrian, Mo., died Tuesday,
June 19, 2001 at the Adrian Manor Nursing Home. Services were June 23 at the
Atkinson Chapel, Adrian with the Rev. Steve Knoll of Victory Assembly of God
Church, Adrian, officiating. Interment in Altona Cemetery, Adrian. Mrs. Evans
was born July 29, 1916 in St. Joseph, Mo., to Benjamin Richardson and Blanche
Neola (Mozingo) Richardson. She grew up in the St. Joseph, Mo., community and
graduated from high school there. She married Glen Troy Evans in 1948. She was a
foster parent to many children on Kansas City and Adrian during her lifetime.
She attended the Assembly of God Church and lived in Adrian for over 20 years.
She was preceded in death by her parents and siblings. She leaves her husband of
the home; a foster son, Donald Sedig of the home; a son, David Troy Evans
and wife Marcia, Grandview, Mo.; two grandchildren, Jasmine and Rachael Evans,
Grandview; and other relatives.
EVANS, Martha Louise (1926 - 2007)
Nevada Daily Mail, Friday, November 2, 2007
Martha Louise Evans, 81, Nevada, Mo., passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2007,
at Barone Alzheimer's Care Center in Nevada following a lengthy illness. She was
born Aug. 17, 1926, in Sheldon, to Clyde William Hickman and Lydia Louise Tyree
Hickman. She married Walter E. Evans Jr. on Nov. 16, 1945, in Nevada, and he
preceded her in death in 1982. Martha was born and raised in Vernon County and
graduated from Nevada High School in 1944. She spent the majority of her adult
life in the Kansas City area as a homemaker. She was a member of the Blue
Springs Al-Anon and was an avid bird watcher. Survivors include four sons,
Walter B. Evans Ill, Augusta, Ga., William Rodney Evans, Oak Grove, Mo., John
Evans, Pleasant Hill, Mo., and Joseph Evans, Kansas City, Mo.; two daughters,
Sharon Louise Linnenbringer, Pleasant Hill, Mo., and Polly Evans Chamberlain,
Warsaw, Mo., nine grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; one brother, William
Clyde Hickman, Deerfield, Mo.; four sisters, Leta Mae Wallace, Sparta, Tenn.,
Jane Swan and Ginger Rogers, both of Independence, Mo., and Shirley Cooper,
Wichita, Kan. Memorial services will be held at 1:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 5, at
Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada, with John Nichols officiating. Friends may call now
and until the hour of service at the funeral home. Those who wish may contribute
to the Alzheimer's Association or the Barone Alzheimer's Care Center in care of
Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada.
EVANS, Mary Elizabeth (1934 - 2006)
Nevada Daily Mail & Herald Tribune, Thursday, September 7, 2006
Mary Elizabeth Evans, age 71, Lamar, Mo., passed away Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006, at
Barton County Memorial Hospital, Lamar. Mary was born in Vernon County on Oct.
31, 1934, to Charles and Emma (Archer) Cochran. She worked as a waitress before
retiring. Barton County Eagles were proud to have Mary as a charter member. She
was also a former member of the Nevada Eagles. Survivors include two sisters,
Joan Antel and Ellen Lawson, both of Nevada, Mo., many nieces, nephews and
friends. Mary was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Delbert "Bill"
Cochran; a son, Randy Goodson; and a daughter, Janice Lewis. A memorial service
will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 9, at Daniel Funeral Home, Lamar.
Contributions may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.
EVANS, William G. (1867 - 1912)
From the Adrian Journal, Thursday, September 26, 1912. Submitted by Sandee
WM. G. EVANS DEAD - William ….Evans died in Kansas City, September 13th,
1912, of sepithelia, aged 45 years. William Evans was born in Bates county,
Missouri, 1867 and spent his entire life here. He was a good citizen and enjoyed
the respect and esteem of all who knew him. He was never married. Mr. Evans was
a member of the M. W. A. Lodge. The body was brought to Adrian and taken to
Altona for burial. Funeral services were held from the Altona Baptist church on
Thursday, conducted by Rev.
EVERETT, Cora Drysdale (1905 - 2006)
Adrian Journal, 2 March 2006
Cora Drysdale Everett 1905-2006 - Cora Drysdale Everett, age 100, of Butler, MO
died Wednesday, February 22, 2006 at Bates County Memorial Hospital in Butler.
Funeral services were Monday, February 27, 2006 at the Schowengerdt Funeral
Chapel in Butler, MO.
EYMAN, Edna (1870 - 1895)
Adrian Journal, Thursday, January 25, 1895. Submitted by Sandee Hubbard
Died, at her home in East Boone Jany, 21st, Edna, wife of Chas. Eyman. Deceased
had been in failing health for a long time, with no hope of permanent relief,
during all of which time she was a patient sufferer. She leaves a husband and
one child to mourn the loss of an amiable wife and mother. Funeral services were
held on Tuesday. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the entire community in