YAGER, Glen L. Jr. (1944 - 2009)
Kansas City Star, 23 April 2009
Glen L. Yager Jr. -- Glen L. Yager Jr., 64, Drexel, MO, passed away Wednesday,
April 22, at home from cancer. He was born December 30, 1944 in Kansas City, MO.
Glen will be missed by his family and his many friends. He was known for his
generous nature and joking spirit. Glen is survived by his son Sam Yager and
wife Jessica; daughter Heather Crescini and husband Steve; and grandchildren
Nicole Crescini, Garrett and Holly Yager. (Arr: Mt. Moriah & Freeman
YANCEY, Mary A. Shobe (1845 - 1924)
From the Adrian Journal, Thursday, December 11, 1924. Submitted by Sandee
GRANDMA YANCY DEAD - Mrs. Mary A. Yancy passed away at the home of N. M. Jones
in this city, Friday, December 5th, 1924, after a brief illness of pneumonia;
aged 80 years. Mary A. Shobe was born near Lincoln, Mo., February 8, 1845. In
1860 she was united in marriage with Wm. Yancy. To this union four children were
born. Her husband and three children preceded her in death some years ago. Mrs.
W. H. Dunn, a daughter, survives. Mrs. Yancy had been a member of the Christian
church for sixty-five years and was always a devoted and faithful worker in the
cause. Funeral services for Mrs. Yancy were held Sunday afternoon from the
Adrian Christian church, conducted by Rev. Ralph Blalock, assisted by Rev. W. H.
Hobbs. Burial was made in the Altona cemetery.
YARIK, August Junior "Gus" (?? - 2005)
Adrian Journal, 20 April 2005
August Junior (Gus) Yarick -- Age 85 of Hume, Missouri died on Sunday,
April 17, 2005. Memorial services will be held Sunday, April 24,2005.
YARICK, Thelma Alberta Finch (1917 - 2003)
Kansas City Star, Tuesday, December 09, 2003
Thelma A. Finch Yarick, Hume, Mo., died Dec. 8, 2003, at Christian Health Care,
Nevada, Mo. Thelma was born Oct. 16, 1917, to Albert Furney Finch and Jessie
Elizabeth (Curtis) Finch in Kansas City, Mo. She graduated from Hume High School
in 1935 and attended Fort Scott Community College. She married Frank John Yarick
on Nov. 25, 1937. She was a member of the Hume Methodist Church. She served as
President of the United Methodist Women for many years. She was past 4-H leader
at the Hume Rose Leonard and Foster Cloverleaf Clubs when her children were in
school and a charter member of the Neighborly Nan Extension Club. Thelma was
preceded in death by her parents and her husband Frank. She is survived by her
children, John, of Raymore, Mo., A.F., of Rich Hill, Mo., and Marilou Crum, of
Manchester, Mo.; seven grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces
and nephews. Visitation will be at 10 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 11, 2003, with
services following at 11 a.m., at the Hume Methodist Church, Hume, Mo. In lieu
of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to the Hume Methodist Church,
Box 102, Hume, MO 64752. Funeral services under the direction of the
Sheldon-Booth Funeral Home, Rich Hill, Mo.
YATES, Audrey Alene (1916 - 2007)
Nevada Daily Mail, Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Audrey Alene Yates, 91, Nevada, Mo., died Sunday, July 1, 2007, at the Moore-Few
Care Center in Nevada, following an illness of several weeks. She was born Jan.
26, 1916, in Lawrence County, Mo., to Franklin Oscar Clyman and Dora Janette
Evans Clyman. She was married Feb. 16. 1947 in Kansas City, Mo., to James Calvin
Yates and he preceded her in death Sept. 28, 1999. Mrs. Yates was born and
reared in Lawrence County and graduated from Golden City High School, Golden
City, Mo. During World War II she was in the Cadet Nurse Corp at General
Hospital in Kansas City. She came to Nevada in 1965, and spent the remainder of
her life in this area. She worked for 13 years as a nurse's aide at Nevada City
Hospital, retiring in 1979. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in
Nevada. She was also a charter member of the Bushwacker Quilting Club and served
in a variety of leadership roles in the Presbyterian Women's Group. She also
sang in the choir at the First Presbyterian Church in Nevada for many years.
Survivors include two sons, Frank Yates, San Diego, Calif., and Roy Yates,
Oklahoma City, Okla.; one daughter, Laura Janette Davidson, Prairie Village,
Kan.; three grandchildren; one sister, Lorene Wheat, Carthage, Mo. She was
preceded in death by her parents, spouse and one brother, Oscar Franklin Clyman.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, July 21, at the First
Presbyterian Church in Nevada with the Rev. Greg Ferree officiating. Friends may
call now and until noon on Thursday, July 5, at Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada. The
family suggests that memorials may be made in her honor to the First
Presbyterian Church, Nevada, in care of the funeral home.
YATES, Donnetta R. (1971 - 2001)
Donnetta Ruth Yates, May 20, 1971 - March 25, 2001. Donnetta Ruth Yates, 29,
Archie, died Sunday, March 25, at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City. She was
born May 20, 1971, in Kansas City, the daughter of Roy Dale and Barbara Reed
Yates. Ms. Yates grew up in Adrian where she graduated from high school in 1990.
She was active in 4-H, attended church camps and held offices in FFA. Her
freshman year of college was spent in Sweden, chosen as one of three nationwide
by the National FFA. She graduated from Central Missouri State University in
Warrensburg with a degree in photography and anthropology. The further pursue
her anthropology career, she traveled to China. Ms. Yates had worked as a studio
assistant for Bartz Photography in Butler, as an assistant photographer for both
Paul McMillan at VanDeusen Photography and Kelly Daniel in Prairie Village, Kan.
For the past four years, she had been a photographer for Skinner-Vaughn in
Harrisonville. She was a member of the Missouri Professional Photographers,
Professional Photographers Association of Greater Kansas City and Professional
Photographers of America. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of
Adrian. Surviving are her parents, Roy and Barbara Yates, Archie. Cremation.
Memorial services were Thursday, March 29, at the First Baptist Church in Adrian
with the Rev. Tim Redding officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the
Heart of America Bone Marrow Donor Registry, 2136 E. Meyer Blvd., Kansas City,
MO 64132. Arrangements were under the direction of the Schowengerdt Funeral
YOAKUM, Clifford Frank (1925 - 2008)
Cass County Democrat Missourian
Yoakum - Jan. 7, 1925 – March 28, 2008. Clifford Frank Yoakum, 83,
Harrisonville, went home to be with his Heavenly Father on March 28, 2008, at
Liberty Memorial Hospital, Liberty, surrounded by his family who loved him and
will miss him greatly. He was born Jan. 7, 1925, in Rich Hill, the son of Jesse
and Bertha (Woodall) Yoakum. June 1, 1947, he married Verna M. Gould,
Harrisonville. Mr. Yoakum spent most of his life in Cass County after
serving his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a member of
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church almost 50 years. He was a good provider for his
family of five children. He worked for a few years at the Chevrolet Leeds Plant
in Kansas City prior to working for Jack Cooper Transportation for 28 years,
before health reasons caused his early retirement in 1979. After retirement, he
spent his remaining years farming, raising cattle and gardening. Preceding
him in death were his parents; two sisters; two brothers; and his son, Richard
Dale Yoakum. Surviving are his wife of nearly 61 years, Verna M. Yoakum, of the
home; three sons, Donald Yoakum and wife, Marilyn, Archie, Mark Yoakum and wife,
Pam, of Dallas, Texas, and David Yoakum and wife, Sheryl, of Lenexa, Kan.; a
daughter, Susan Heckadon and husband, Scott, Blue Springs; a daughter-in-law,
Vicki Yoakum, of Topeka, Kan.; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren;
several nieces, nephews and many friends.
Services were March 31 at the Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, south of
Harrisonville, with Pastor Andy Smart officiating. Music was provided by Charlie
Sweet, vocalist, Christie Smart, pianist, and Karen Puckett, organist. Burial
was in Orient Cemetery, Harrisonville, under the direction of Atkinson Funeral
Home, Harrisonville. Military honors were under the auspices of the
Harrisonville Honor Guard.
YOCUM Seward, Patsy L. (1940 - 2005)
Adrian Journal, 3 August 2005
Patsy L. Yocum Seward 1940-2005 -- Patsy L. Yocum Seward, age 65, Butler, MO,
died Sunday, July 31, 2005 at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, MO. She was
born January 18, 1940 to Leonard Blane and Doris Marie Hood Yocum in Rich Hill,
MO. Funeral services were held 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 3 at the Schowengerdt
Funeral Chapel in Butler with Elder Ron Smith officiating. Burial in Oak Hill
Cemetary, Butler, MO.
YOKLEY, Fern (1919 - 2007)
Nevada Daily Mail, Friday, August 3, 2007
Fern Yokley was born Dec. 11, 1919, and passed away Aug. 1, 2007, at the age of
87. She was the third of ten children born to Liel Webster Short and Katie
(Bewley) Short. She had four sisters: Wretha, Oleta, Kathleen, and Irma Jean,
and five brothers: Harry, Warren, Merl, Winfred, and Howard. Fern married Jake
Yokley on March 5, 1941, at the home of Rowena Thomas in rural Vernon County,
Mo. They had four children, Gary Allen Yokley and his wife, Sharon, of Liberal,
Mo.; Joseph Charles Yokley and his wife, Shirley, of Bronaugh, Mo.; Lois Anne
Mahnken and her husband, John, of Fort Scott, Kan.; and Linda Sue Weaver and her
husband, Ed, of Liberal. All survive. Also surviving are 11 grandchildren, 26
great-grandchildren, extended family, and a host of friends. She was preceded in
death by her husband, three brothers, Harry, Merl, and Warren Short, and two
sisters, Retha and Oleta. Fern was a Christian with a strong belief in God. She
loved God, her family, and her many friends. Fern and Jake Yokley farmed near
Arcadia, Kan. until Jake passed away in 1985. Fern then moved to Liberal where
she lived the remainder of her life. She enjoyed gardening, reading, quilting,
and caring for her family. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday,
Aug. 4, at Daniel Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 7
until 8 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in McKill Cemetery, southwest of Bronaugh.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society or the
American Diabetes Association, in care of Daniel Funeral Home.
YORK, Carl Raymond (1918 - 2012)
Funeral services for Raymond York will be 4:00 PM Wednedsay, April 11, 2012 at
the First Christian Church in Butler, Missouri with Rev. Jack Daniels
officiating. Visitation Tuesday evening, 6:30-8:00 PM at the Mullinax Funeral
Home, Butler (660) 679-0009. Burial with military honors, Oak Hill Cemetery in
Butler. Contributions to the First Christian Church or Butler Public Library.
Carl “Raymond” York, surrounded by his family, passed away Friday, April 6 at
St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. Raymond was born March 15, 1918 in
Ballard, Missouri, son of Arthur Monroe and Ida Mae Zeiler York. He attended
school in Ballard. Raymond was married to Cleta Maurine Ghere on Oct. 1, 1939 in
a farm house south of Adrian, Missouri on 71 highway and to this union three
children were born. He was a member of the First Christian Church for 69 years.
Raymond was very active in church, serving as an Elder, Deacon, Chairman of the
Board; he also served on various committees. Raymond served with the U.S. Army
and was proud to have driven a tank on the front line for three years during
World War II as a member of the “636 Battalion of Tank Destroyers.” After
returning home from the war Raymond worked as a mechanic for Stanley Gray
Motors. Later in life together with his wife Cleta, he owned and operated Al-eta
Fabrics in Butler for many years. Raymond served as a city councilman and was
Mayor of Butler from 1974-1978. Notably, Raymond’s brother Glenn also served as
Mayor of Butler, and the two were the only pair of brothers to ever hold the
office. Raymond was a charter member of the original Butler Optimist Club, and
had recently received his 50-year membership pin. Raymond and his wife Cleta
worked at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri for several years. They also
had a lunch wagon and traveled to many local auctions serving hamburgers and
homemade pies. The highlight of his life was his grandchildren and
great-grandchildren. He attended their sports and music activities as long as
his health permitted. He liked to fish and did machine quilting. He loved to be
with family and friends. Raymond was preceded in death by his parents; his wife
Cleta in 2005; a son Greg; and an infant daughter, Raneta Sue; brothers Ivan
Estel, Ervin, Herbert, Glenn, Billy; and sisters Margie Lain, Artie Lippold and
Delpha Ladine. He is survived by his daughter, Sheryl Fischer and husband
Darrell of Butler; grandchildren Travis Fischer of Butler and Heidi Tourtillott
and husband Dylann of Rich Hill, Missouri; three great-grandchildren Dalton
Fischer, Kylann Tourtillott and Katelynn Tourtillott; one brother Lonnie Lavern
York and wife Betty of Arlington, Texas; and one sister Naomi Cummings of
Nevada, Missouri. He also leaves behind one brother-in-law Donald Ghere and wife
Gerry; nephew Jayce Ghere and wife Annie; nieces Jacque Como and husband
Michael, Debbie Ghere and Kelly Ghere; as well as many other nieces and nephews,
great-nieces and great-nephews, and other relatives and friends.
YORK, Cleta Maurine (1919 - 2005)
Cleta Maurine York, surrounded by her family, passed away October 10, 2005, at
the Willow Lane Nursing Center in Butler, Mo. She was born on a farm southeast
of Butler on June 21, 1919, to Vernie Hobart and Alice Ethel Baker Ghere, and at
the time of her death was 86 years, three months, and nineteen days. The oldest
of three children, she attended the rural schools of Brackney and Pleasant
Valley, then graduated from Butler High School with the class of 1937. She was
very proud of never missing an alumni meeting and attended faithfully, year
after year. Cleta was married to Raymond York on October 1st, 1939, and three
children were born from this union. A few days before her death they observed
their 66th wedding anniversary with all of their family gathered for a
memory-making event. She obeyed her Lord at a young age and was baptized in
Christian faith and added to the membership of the Double Branch Christian
Church. She later transferred her membership to the First Christian in Butler,
and worked tirelessly in the Christian Women's Fellowship. For many years she
served as Superintendent of the Sunday school, and was on the state board of
this church district. She continued as a member of the Double Branch Ladies Aid,
always enjoying the activities. Maurine York was preceded in death by her
parents, and infant daughter, Raneta Sue, a son, Gregory Lynn and a
sister-in-law, Jeane Ghere. Those who survive to mourn her passing are her
husband, Raymond, her daughter, Sheryl and husband Darrell Fischer; brohters,
Warren E. Ghere and Donald and wife Gerry Ghere, grandson, Travis Fischer,
granddaugther, Heidi and husband Dylann Tourtillott, great-grandson, Dalton
Fischer, great-granddaughters, Kylann and Katelynn Tourtillott, her very special
nephew Jayce and wife Annie Ghere, special nieces, Jacque Como and husband
Michael, Kelly Ghere and Debbie Ghere, great-nieces, Kristin Ghere and Alexandra
Como, step great-niece, Crechelle Swickhammer, and step great-nephew, Zane
Swickhammer. She is also survived by many other relatives and a host of friends,
and will be greatly missed by all. Sleep well; Sleep well under the waving
grass. Sleep well, dear one, until the time has passed. Hark! What is that sound
as you lie beneath the sod? Is it a trumpet! The trumpet calls - Awake! And look
on the face of God.
YORK, Edith (1907 - 1908)
Appleton City Tribune Newspaper, Tuesday, 15 September 1908, submitted by Cheryl
Deep sorrow was brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. York, residing in the
south part of our city, in the death of little Edith, their bright infant
daughter, last Thursday after a brief illness. The little treasure was born May
16, 1907 and for a little over one year blessed the home with her infantile form
and ways, and then she passed away to the great beyond. The remains were taken
to Walnut Grove Cemetery in Bates County the following day, where funeral
services were held.
YORK, Ervin L. (1904 - 1993)
Ervin L. York, age 88, of Butler, Missouri, passed away Friday, February 19,
1993 at the Bates County Memorial Hospital in Butler. Ervin was born November
10, 1904, the son of Arthur M. and Ida M. Zeiler York. He was united in marriage
to Helen Louise Nickell on November 20, 1927 and to this union one son was born.
Ervin was a member of the First Christian Church of Butler. He was retired from
York Implement in Butler. Ervin loved to spend time with his family. He also
enjoyed fishing, restoring antique furniture, square dancing, and doing
needlepoint. Ervin was preceded in death by three brothers, Herbert, Ivan, and
Glenn; one sister Delpha. He is survived by his loving wife Helen; his son Kent
York and wife Phyllis of Butler; three brothers, Raymond York and wife Cleta of
Butler, Billy York and wife Geneva of Galena, Kansas, and Lonnie York and wife
Betty of Arlington, Texas; three sisters, Naomi Cummings and husband Clifford of
Butler; Artie Lippold of Fontana, California, and Margie Lane of Kingman,
Arizona. Ervin is also survived by his grandchildren, Cheryl Taggart and husband
Ken of Los Altos, California, Patty York of Butler, Douglas York of Auburn,
California, Lesley Lewis and husband Jim of Frisco, Texas, Liz Tessier and
husband Bob of Woodland, California and Eileen York of Sacramento, California;
and ten great grandchildren, Chad Ryan, Tyler, Emery, Lauren, Danielle, Emily,
Richard, Phillip, and Chelsea, plus a host of friends and neighbors.
YORK, Ervin L. (1904 - 1993)
Copy of Ervin's Memorial Card - In Memory Of Ervin L. York, Born November 10,
1904 Bates County, Missouri; Passed Away February 19, 1993, Butler, Missouri.
Funeral Services: February 22, 1993, 11:30 A.M., Underwood-Steinbeck Funeral
Home. Officiating: Reverend Brent Haworth. Music: "How Great Thou Art". Casket
Bearers: Larry Rose, Jim Lewis, Greg York, Ted Nash, Wayne Rives, Jim Wells.
Honorary Casket Bearers: Chad Rives, Richard Burch, Emery Elles, Ryan Taggart,
Phillp York, Tyler Taggart. Interment: Oak Hill Cemetery.
YORK, Helen (1910 - 1999)
Helen York, age 89, of Butler, Missouri, passed away Wednesday, October 6, 1999
at the Willow Lane Nursing Home in Butler. She was born March 18, 1910, in Bates
County, Missouri the daughter of Charles and Rozella Berrickman Nickell. On
November 20, 1927 she was united in marriage to Ervin L. York and to this union
one son was born. She was a member of the Christian Church. She was preceded in
death by her husband; her brother, Wilbur Nickell; and her sister, Cecil
Sargent. Helen is survived by her son, Kent York and wife Phyllis of Lake Kiowa,
Texas; her brother, Lester Nickell of Ft. Worth, Texas; her grandchildren,
Cheryl Taggart of Frisco, Texas, Patty York of Elkhart, Indiana, Lesley Lewis
and husband Jim of Frisco, Texas, Liz Tessier and husband Bob of Elkhart,
Indiana, Eileen Edelmayer and husband Eric of Sacramento, California; and
thirteen great-grandchildren, Chad, Ryan, Tyler, Emery, Lauren, Danielle, Emily,
Richard, Phillip, Chelsea, Meagan, Alec and Peter.
YORK, Helen (1910 - 1999)
Copy of Helen's Memorial Card - In Memory of Helen York; Born March 18, 1910
Bates County, Mo.; Passed Away October 6, 1999 Butler, Mo. Funeral Services
Saturday, October 9, 1999, 10:00 A.M., Underwood-Steinbeck Funeral Home.
Officiant: Pastor Giffin Simmons. Music: "How Great Thou Art". Casket Bearers:
Emery Elles, Richard Burch, Chad Rives, Darrell Fischer, Phillip York, Travis
Fischer, Ryan Taggart, Tyler Taggart. Interment: Oak Hhill Cemetery.
Underwood-Steinbeck Funeral Home.
YOSS, Agnes Adele (1912 - 2007)
Hill & Son Funeral Home, Appleton City, Missouri
Agnes Adele Yoss, 7 August 1912 - 20 September 2007. Service: Trinity Lutheran
Church in Appleton City, Missouri on Sunday, September 23, 2007 at 2:00 p.m.
Visitation: Trinity Lutheran Church in Appleton City, Missouri on Sunday
September 23, 2007 from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.Minister: Pastor Daniel Mackey.
Interment: Zion Lutheran Cemetery in Prairie City, Missouri. Memorials: Trinity
Lutheran Ladies Aid or Zion Lutheran School Endowment Fund. Agnes Adele Yoss,
daughter of John T. and Louise (Fischer) Yoss, was born on August 7, 1912 in
Rockville, Missouri. She passed away on September 20, 2007 at Appleton City
Manor Nursing Home at the age of 95 years. Agnes worked and lived in several
locations throughout her life. She retired from Guy's in Kansas City in 1979 and
moved to Appleton City, Missouri where she remained throughout her life. Agnes
was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Appleton City, Missouri and was
baptized on August 11, 1912 and confirmed on April 5, 1925 at Zion Lutheran
Church in Prairie City, Missouri. She served her church with her participation
as Sunday school teacher, Altar Guild, Ladies Aid and Lutheran Women's
Missionary League. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers
Reinhold, Walter and John Yoss and a sister Lydia(Yoss)Rapp. Agnes is survived
by eleven nieces and nephews, several great nieces and nephews, great-great
nieces and nephews, cousins and a host of friends. Agnes loved to travel, and
her church and family were always extremely important to her.
YOUNG, Bessie Belle (1888 - 1931)
From the Adrian Journal, Thursday, November 19, 1931. Submitted by Sandee
BESSIE BELLE YOUNG DEAD - Mrs. Bessie Belle Young died at her home near Johnston
City, Mo., on Saturday, November 14, 1931; aged 43 years, 9 months and 16 days.
Bessie Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Watson, was born near Altona, Mo.,
and spent her childhood in that vicinity. At the age of 13 years she was
converted and united with the Altona Baptist Church and lived a consisted
Christian life until she was called home. On May 12, 1908, she was united in
marriage with Louis G. Young. To this union three children were born, viz: Hugh
Milford who preceded her in death at the age of 10 years; Ora Mae and Kenneth,
at home. Besides the two children she is survived by her husband, her father,
one brother Marion Watson, three nieces, one nephew and many other relatives and
friends. Mrs. Young was a good Christian woman and many friends mourn her
untimely passing. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon from the Altona
Baptist church and interment was made in the cemetery at that place.
YOUNG, Ethel Marie (1920 - 2009)
Ethel Marie Young 1920 - 2009. Ethel Marie Young, 89, Adrian, MO, died Friday,
June 12, 2009 at Adrian Manor in Adrian, MO. Ethel was born February 19, 1920 in
Fontana, KS, the daughter of George Henry and Kate May (Moore) Brocker. She was
a 1937 graduate of Fontana High School. She was so happy to attend her 70th
class reunion in May 2007. Funeral services were held 1:00 p.m. Monday, June 15,
2009 at the Atkinson Chapel, Adrian, Missouri. Rev. Bob Maffitt, Adrian United
Methodist Church officiated. Interment was in Miami County Memorial Gardens,
YOUNG, HENRIETTA (1842 - 1907)
[Here is a document retrieved from the Katrina flood about a resident who lived
at Rockville, MO. Pauline Robinson of Rockville, MO was a direct descendant as
am I.] Submitted by Roger.
Death Of Henrietta Young - Henriettea Brown was born September 14, 1842 in Scott
County, Illinois where she grew to womanhood. She was married to Abraham Young
August 7, 1861. To this union six children were born: James Elsworth, who died
in infancy; William F., Abraham Jr., Clara, Clarence, and Melvin. The family
moved to Missouri in 1878, where the deceased resided until the time of her
death, April 18, 1921 at Rockville, Missouri. Those of her family who preceded
her in death are her husband, who died in 1908, Abraham Jr, a son, and Clara a
daughter. The remaining are W. F. of Porterville, California; Clarence and
Melvin, who reside near the home place, besides several grandchildren. She
united with the Christian Church several years ago and remained a constant
member until her death at the age of 78 years and 7 months.
YOUNG, Hugh (1910 - 1920)
From the Adrian Journal, Thursday, December 16, 1920. Submitted by Sandee
HUGH YOUNG DEAD - Hugh, the 10 year-old- son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Young, died
at the family home near Altona, Thursday, Dec. 9th, after a lingering illness.
He is survived by his parents, one brother and one sister. These have the
sincere sympathy of their many friends in the loss of this bright little boy.
Funeral services were held from the Altona Baptist church Friday afternoon,
conducted by the Rev. W. S. Weir. Burial was made in Altona cemetery.
YOUNG, Iva Crabtree (1918 - 1935)
From the Adrian Journal, Thursday, October 10, 1935. Submitted by Sandee Hubbard
MRS. IVA YOUNG DEAD - Mrs. Iva Young, 19 years old, died at the General hospital
in Kansas City, Kansas, Monday, October 7, 1935. She is survived by her husband,
Leonard Young, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Crabtree, of the Altona
neighborhood. There is also a brother.
Funeral services will be held from the Altona Baptist church, this Thursday
afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, conducted by Rev. McGrew. Burial will be made in the
Crescent Hill cemetery by Creath & Six funeral service.