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b: abt 1874, Leavenworth, Leavenworth Co, KS
d: Dec 26 1896, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO, Jan 2 1897 - Died at 2:30 a.m. Saturday, December 26, 1896, Henry Clay Lightbody, aged 22. He had been a sufferer from diabetes the past two years and so insidious was the disease he was to the casual acquaintance a well man and his death was sudden and unexpected. So peaceful was his passing away, twas indeed but the rounding of a little sleep. He had many warm friends here despite a short residence. Services at the Episcopal church and burial in Englewood.

LIGHTBURNE, Alvan Richard
b: 1909
d: 1995

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Alvan Richard Lightburne died Sunday, September 10, 1995. His life had begun 86 years before on Sunday, June 6, 1909, in rural Liberty. After graduating from the public schools in 1928, he attended a Kansas City engineering school until the Great Depression of 1929. On January 27, 1934, Alvan Lightburne and Ruth Huntington wed. They celebrated their 61st anniversary this year. For over 30 years Alvan's main career was spent as a skilled machinist for Remington Arms, until retiring in 1971. During many of these years he also was the locksmith and owner of Liberty Key Service, retiring in 1979. Throughout his lifetime, Alvan enjoyed his family and friends, walking (long before it became popular), working at the local museum, repairing his cars and vacationing in Colorado. He was a member of the Demolay Lodge and the Clay Co. Historical Society. His parents, Alvan William and Kate Withers Lightburne, preceded him in death. Alvan is survived by his wife, Ruth, Liberty; a sister, Martha Shirley, San Antonio, Texas; two daughters, Shirlee and husband, Tom Christian, Kansas City, and Karen and Husband, Gladden Dye, Clinton. Five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren survive him, Debbie and husband, Bob, Joshua, Melissa and Christina Cremer, Kansas City; Cathy and husband, Brian, Jonathan and Jacob Randle, Pleasant Hill; Mike and wife, Jana, Megan and Matt Dye, Clinton; John and wife, Rhonda, Heather and Brad Dye, Buckner; Tom G. Christian, Olathe, Kansas, and son, Stephen, Idaho City, Idaho. Alvan left one nephew, Jim, and wife, Pam, Michael and Lauren Shirley, San Antonio, Texas. The funeral on Tuesday, September 12, at 10:30 at Church-Archer-Pasley Funeral Home and the burial following at the New Hope Cemetery were at Liberty.

b: Sep 11 1911, Liberty, Clay Co, MO
d: Aug 4 2004, Liberty, Clay Co, MO
Fairview Cemetery, Liberty, Clay Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 9 2004 - Ruth Huntington Lightburne, 92, Liberty, died Wednesday, August 4, 2004, at her home. Her husband for over 61 years was Alvan Lightburne. Her parents were Claude and Elizabeth Huntington, Liberty, and her sister was Nancy Aquilina of Florida, with all four preceding her in death. Surviving her are daughters Shirlee Beth Christian of Kansas City and Karen Dye and her husband Gladden, Clinton. Beth's husband, Tom Christian, preceded her in death. Also six grandchildren and spouses Debbie and Bob Creamer, KC North, Cathy and Brian Randle, Pleasant Hill, Mike and Jana Dye, Liberty, John and Rhonda Dye, Buckner, Joseph Christian, Greenwood, and Tom G. Christian, Grandview; 10 great-grandchildren, Joshua, Melissa and Christina Cremer, Jonathan and Jacob Randle, Megan and Matt Dye, Heather and Brad Dye, all of Missouri, and Stephen Christian of Idaho. Except for a short time living at Polo, she lived her full life at Liberty from her birth to her death. She was born September 11, 1911, graduated from Liberty High School, attended William Jewell College for one year and the Dickenson's Secretarial School in Kansas City. She was a member of the Liberty Christian Church for nearly 65 years. On January 27, 1934, she married Alvan R. Lightburne. Funeral services were 1:30 p.m. Monday, August 9, at Church-Archer-Pasley Funeral Home, 119 East Franklin Street, Liberty. Burial was in New hope Cemetery, Liberty.

b: Sep 1 1938, Colorado
d: May 10 2016, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Mt. Zion Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

David L. Lightle, age 77, of Deepwater, MO, died on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at Research Hospital, Kansas City, MO. Dave was born Thursday, September 1, 1938 in Colorado to E. C. "Curtis" and Edith Lightle. After school, Dave went to work farming and working in construction as a carpenter. He served in the United States Air Force during peace time. Dave married Wilma "Stinnett" Howell on August 5, 1988 in Lowry City, MO. He spent many years as a cattleman, farmer and carpenter. He also spent many hours putting together jigsaw puzzles with Wilma, framing many of these puzzles and giving them as gifts. Dave especially enjoyed taking his dog 'Jake' for rides in the pick-up and on the four-wheeler to check the cows. He enjoyed hunting quail and pheasant with his dog. He was always looking for ground hogs and coyotes. Dave's favorite hunting trip was back to Colorado, prairie dog hunting with his son, son-in-law and grandson. Dave will be remembered and deeply missed by his family, many neighbors and friends. David is survived by his wife, Wilma of the home; a son, Rick Lightle of Gillette, WY; a daughter, Melanie (Mark) Townsend of Marshfield, MO; a step-son, Eddie (Marcia) Hiser; 2 step-daughters, Donita (Richard) Underwood, and Kathy (Lewis) Baumgarden; 13 grandchildren, Quintin Cundiff, Michael Garner, Zephry Lightle, Karissa Lightle, Katrina Lightle, Zachary Lightle, Ashlyn Doss, Bryant Doss, Rebeka White, Gary R. Waggoner, Jason Hiser, Marissa Hiser, and Scott Baumgarden; 5 great-grandchildren, Emma Jane Doss, Taylor Waggoner, Jaxon Hiser, Toree Hiser and Tandee Hiser; 8 brothers and sisters, Eva (Sess) Davisson of LaPine, OR, William "Bill" (Freda) of Burlington, CO, Dale Lightle of Cope, CO, Carl (Carole) Lightle of Melrose, NM, Elmer (Sharon) Lightle of Cambridge, NE, Linda (Bob) Heinze of Greeley, CO, Matilda "Trudy" (Keith) Toland of Oxford, KS and Larry (Kathy) Lightle of Kearney, NE. Preceding David in death were his parents; a daughter, Mardella Lightle; and 6 brothers and sisters, Francis Lightle, Harold "Buck" Lightle, Sonny Lightle, Erma Clark, Vera Rice and Margaret "Sissy" Patten. A graveside service will be conducted on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Mt. Zion, MO.

LIGHTLE, Douglas Wayne
b: Aug 20 1960, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: Apr 7 1996, Henry Co, MO
Maplewood Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Douglas Wayne Lightle was born August 20, 1960, in Clinton, the son of Wayne and Margie Lightle. He died Sunday, April 7, 1996, at the home in which he resided. Doug graduated from Lakeland High School in 1979. He then went to work at the Unitog Factory in Clinton, where he worked along with his brother, Darrell, and his father, Wayne, until the factory closed 11 years later. It was then that they started ranching and Doug, Darrell and Wayne were then known as Margie's three boys. Doug loved to hunt and fish and was real proud of the farm and the animals. He also loved to tease and torment everyone with a gleam in his eyes and a smile on his face. He was loved and respected by all his neighbors and friends and especially by his family. Doug had accepted Christ as his Savior and joined the Brownington Baptist Church when he was 14 years old. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Orville Houk, and his paternal grandparents, Sam and Jessie Lightle. He is survived by his parents, Wayne and Margie Lightle, and brother, Darrell, of the home; his maternal grandmother, Mable Houk of Clinton, and several aunts, uncles and cousins and many, many friends. Graveside services were held on April 10, at the Maplewood Cemetery in Brownington.

b: Apr 12 1936, Henry Co, MO
d: Aug 11 2008, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Maplewood Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Vansant-Mills Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Sep 16 2008 - Margie Ann Lightle was born April 12, 1936, the daughter of Orville Emory Houk and Mable Evelyn Stone Houk. She entered into rest Aug. 11, 2008, at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton at the age of 72 years. Margie was a homemaker and enjoyed her family and friends and always welcomed visits. She was active in the Brownington Baptist Church for several years. She taught Bible School, Sunday School, GA's and was the church secretary for many years until her health declined. Margie was a member of the Faith and Hope Club from 1982 until her health prevented her from attending. Margie was baptized in July 1947 and joined the Baptist church. She graduated from Deepwater High School in 1955. Upon graduating, she moved to Kansas City where she worked for Parmilee Eye Glasses and also at Woolworths, but not liking the city, she moved back to Brownington where she met Wayne and they were married Oct. 30, 1959. To this union two sons were born, Douglas Wayne and Darrell Lee. Margie was a member of the First Baptist Church of Deepwater. She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Eddie Houk, and one son, Douglas Lightle. She is survived by her husband, Wayne, and one son, Darrell, both of the home; three brothers, James Orville Houk of Montrose, Denver Eugene Houk and wife, Diana, Deepwater, Kenneth Lee Houk and wife, Darlene, Deepwater: one sister, Janice Hamby and husband, Charles, Dillon, Montana, as well as a number of other relatives and friends. Graveside services and interment were held at Maplewood Cemetery, Brownington, on Thursday, Aug. 14.

LIGHTLE, Ralph Eugene "Gene"
b: Jul 21 1944, Quincy, Hickory Co, MO
d: Aug 24 2005, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Fairview Butcher Cemetery, Quincy, Hickory Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 29 2005 - Ralph "Gene" Eugene Lightle, 61, Deepwater, died Wednesday, August 24, 2005, at St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City. He was born July 21, 1944, to Ralph and Wanda (Forehand) Lightle at Quincy. He attended Quincy elementary school and graduated from Weaubleau High School in 1962. On July 22, 1967, he married Connie VanSwearingen. He is survived by his three sons, Clint Lightle and wife Donna, Weaubleau, Tim Lightle and wife Timi, Kansas City, and Matthew Lightle, Kansas City; his mother Wanda Lightle, Weaubleau; one brother Bob Lightle, Weaubleau; two sisters, Carol Sawyers, Bolivar, and Mary Honeyfield, West Plains, and five grandchildren, Taylor, Tori, Tomi, Isaac and Breanna. He was preceded in death by his father, Ralph Lightle; his grandparents, Theodore and Rispie Lightle and Buell and Dona Forehand. After high school he began working for Riverview Cheese Plant in Osceola. He later worked for Clemens and Green in Paola, Kansas. He purchased and operated a TV repair shop in Osceola. He later worked for Costlow and Houk Insurance Agencies. In 2003 he and his friends, Terry and Carolyn Crump opened Sweet Adventures Chocolate and Candy Specialty Store in Clinton. Funeral services were held Saturday, August 27, at Hathaway Peterman Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Fairview-Butcher Cemetery, Weaubleau.

LILE, Alvia C.
b: Oct 25 1871, Chillicothe, Livingston Co, MO
d: Jan 14 1933, Marshalltown, Marshall Co, IA

Times Republican, Marshalltown IA, Jan 14 1933 - A. C. Lile, a resident of this city for the past twelve years, died at his home at 11:40 this morning. He had been suffering from heart trouble for the past two months. Mr. Lile was born October 25, 1871, at Chillicothe, Mo., and spent his early life in Missouri as a railroad fireman and engineer. He came to this city in 1920 to enter the employ of the M. & St. L. as a fireman and was so employed at the time of his death. On August 18 1895, he married Miss Etta Belle Bates at Clinton, Mo. Besides his wife he is survived by one son, Jesse T. Lile, at home, and a daughter Mrs. J. S. Stedman, also of this city. Another son John P. Lile was drowned at Waverly August 24, 1926. He also is survived by two brothers, Roe Lile of Springfield, Minn., and Andrew of Clinton, Mo., and three sisters, Mrs. Ella Hood and Mrs. John Estes, also of Clinton, Mo., and Mrs. Tom Carter of Gillette, Wyo. He was a member of the Baptist church and of the B. of L. F. & E. The body was taken to the Baptist temple for funeral services. Burial will be in Riverside. A. C. Lile and family formerly lived at 600 East Jefferson street in Clinton and left here in 1920. Those who attended the funeral were Roe Lile and family, of Springfield, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hood, of Clinton.

LILE, Charles Marion
b: Mar 10 1841, Livingston Co, MO
d: Feb 17 1912, SE of Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Bethlehem Cemetery, Bethlehem Twp, Henry Co, MO
Death of a Father and Husband - Charles M. Lile passed away Sat. evening Feb. 17, from complicated kidney disease, at his home three miles and a half southeast of town. He had been confined to his bed one month, although ailing several years. Mr. Lile was born in Livingston Co., Mo. March 10, 1841, and married Miss Emily Jane Gibbon, also of Livingston Co., on Dec. 19, 1868. Them came to Henry Co. in the year of 1873 and lived 5 yrs. north of Clinton, but in 1878 bought and moved to his present home southeast of Clinton. Thirteen children were born to this union. Eleven are living: Mrs. Lola Macy of Indiana; Allen Lile of Clinton, Mo.; Mrs. Tena Ward of Colo.; Harve Lile of Exira, Ia.; Ed Lile & Mrs. Kate Snorgrass of Clinton, Mo.; Rolla Lile of Nebraska City, Neb.; Jim Lile & Mrs. Rosa Ogg reside near the parental home; Roy & Lena Lile the two youngest children are at home. There are 23 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild living. Besides his wife & children, he leaves to morn his loss three sisters and one brother: Mrs. Malinda Thompson of Chillicothe, Mo.; Mrs. Jane Barlow; Mrs. Martha Nally of Stafford, Kansas; and George Lile of Calif. The funeral services were held Mon. at 10:00 a.m. in Bethlehem Church by Rev. A. N. Lindsey. The church was crowded with sorrowing friends. The remains were laid in Bethlehem Cemetery beside the two little children who had gone before.

LILE, Floyd Delmont
b: Jul 7 1910, Henry Co, MO
d: Sep 14 1992, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Bethlehem Cemetery, Bethlehem Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Floyd Delmont Lile was born in Henry County July 7, 1910. He passed away at the St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City September 14, 1992, at the age of 82 years, two months and seven days. He was married to Martha Buchanan who preceded him in death in 1974. Later in life he married Mary Bryant who now survives of the home near Warsaw. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews and other relatives. He was a plumber by trade and had made his home in the Warsaw area for the past 16 years. He was a member of the Fristoe Assembly of God Church. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Wednesday, September 16, 1992, at the Consalus Chapel in Clinton. Burial was in Bethlehem Cemetery, Henry County.

LILE, James Andrew "Andy"
b: Sep 17 1869, Chillicothe, Livingston Co, MO
d: Apr 22 1936, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Bethlehem Cemetery, Bethlehem Twp, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO - James Andy Lile, who for years made his home with his sister, Mrs. W. J. Hood, of 604 East Ohio street, and from there had gone to work on various outlying farms, died at 11 p.m. Wednesday, April 22. He became ill two weeks ago Wednesday with flu and was quite sick. Monday he rallied and was thought better but complications set in Tuesday making him worse, and the end came the following day, brought on by hemorrhage. James Andy Lile was born September 17, 1869 at Chillicothe, Mo. the fourth of 10 children of John W. Like and Lovey Harper (sic) Lile, and as a small child came with his parents to a farm near Clinton in the Bethlehem neighborhood. While his parents were still living, he joined the Bethlehem Baptist church and remained its loyal member till God called him home. He go this schooling at Bethlehem and spent all his life cultivating the soil, which was his chief interest and at which he was really skilled. At the time of his death he had been working on a farm near LaDue and his quiet, reserved manner tempered by gentle and kind consideration for all people made him a large number of friends. He lost all of his large family save two sisters, Mrs. Tom Carter of Gillette, Wyo., who was unable to come to the funeral and Mrs. W. J. Hood of Clinton. Death has claimed four of their family in the past three years, three brothers and one sister. The funeral services were conducted Friday at Bethlehem church followed by interment there.

LILE, James Joshua
b: Sep 15 1882, SE of Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: Sep 10 1934, near Coal, Henry Co, MO
Bethlehem Cemetery, Bethlehem Twp, Henry Co, MO
James J. Lile Died At his home near Coal, Monday September 10 at 7:30 a. m. His health had been good until last Nov. when he became ill with ulcers of the stomach and was taken to the Kansas City hospital where he remained three weeks. All was done that medical aid could do but to no avail; he gradually grew weaker until the end came Monday morning. James J. Lile was born September 15, 1882, at the old home place, 3 1/2 miles southeast of Clinton. He was married when a young man to Miss Mary Baumann. Practically all of his life was spent near Clinton and Coal. He was home loving, finding a great pleasure in the duties and bonds of his home life, and particularly fond of visiting with his children and grandchildren. Surviving him are his beloved wife and four children, Gus of Cleveland, Ohio, Floreta of Kansas City, Kansas; James of Detroit, Mich; Floyd at home; also his mother Mrs. Charles M. Lile of Clinton; 10 sisters and brothers; Mrs. E. T. Macy of Kokomo, Ind.; Mrs. Tena Ward & Mrs. A. W. Oggs of West Plains, Colo; Mrs. Katherine White of Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. Jesse Rukes of Clinton, Mo.; Allen Lile of Peetz, Colo; Ed Lile of Joplin, Mo.; Harve and Roy Lile of Exira, Ia; Rolla Lile of Greeley, Colo. He was a member of the Freedom Christian Church. Funeral services were held at the Bethlehem Baptist Church Wednesday. Burial was in the Bethlehem Cemetery nearby.

b: Feb 27 1882, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: May 11 1970, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Bethlehem Cemetery, Bethlehem Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

Mary Etta Baumann was born in Clinton, Mo. Feb. 27, 1882, the daughter of Frank and Carolyn R. Ochsner Baumann. She passed away May 11th at the Clinton General Hospital after becoming quite ill the evening before. She was married to Jim Joshua Lile March 19, 1902 and to this marriage four children were born. Three of these now survive. They are: Floyd D. Lile of Warsaw, Missouri; Gus R. Lile of Cleveland, Ohio; and Mrs. Floretta Tillery of Valley Falls, Kansas. The fourth child, James M. Lile passed away July 18, 1964. Also surviving Mrs. Lile are eleven grandchildren, twenty-four great grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Agusta G. Ruhl of Kansas City and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Lile was baptized in the Clinton Christian Church and her membership remains there at this time. Funeral services were held May 13, 1970 at Consalus Chapel with burial in Bethlehem Cemetery in Henry County, Missouri.

LILES, Steven Eugene
b: Jan 3 1959
d: Oct 7 2002, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Mt. Zion Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Sickman & Dunning Funeral Home

Clinton Daily Democrat, Oct 9 2002 - Steven Eugene Liles, 43, Clinton, died Monday, October 7, 2002, at Golden Valley Hospital. He is survived by his mother, Patricia Voss; stepfather, Donald Voss; three brothers, Tim Liles of Clinton, Mike and Larry Liles of Brownington. Graveside services will be held Saturday, October 12, at the Mt. Zion Cemetery on Z Highway, Deepwater.

b: Nov 3 1908, Harrisonville, Cass Co, MO
d: Dec 30 2000, Osceola, St. Clair Co, MO
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Raytown, Jackson Co, MO
arr: Vansant-Mills Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 15 2001 - Cleta Mae Liley, daughter of Theodore and Rosetta (Gallagher) Atkinson, was born November 3, 1908, in Harrisonville, and died at the Sac-Osage Hospital in Osceola on December 30, 2000, at the age of 92 years. Cleta lived most of her life in the Independence area, where she worked for Roy's Cafe in Fairmont and Stevenson's Restaurant as a cook and baker. She moved to Osceola in 1977 and to Clinton in 1985 where she remained until moving back to Lowry City in 1995. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward F. Liley. She is survived by one daughter, Jane Greer of Clinton; three sons, Edward F. Liley of Osceola, Theodore H. Liley of Berryville, Arkansas, and Harlan E. Liley, Colliersville, Tennessee, as well as 12 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Mt. Olivet Chapel in Kansas City on Wednesday, January 3. Burial was in the Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Kansas City.

LIMOGES, Donald A.
b: Oct 14 1946, Sioux City, IA
d: Mar 29 2004, Warrensburg, Johnson Co, MO
Mullin Cemetery, White Oak Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Apr 27 2004 - Donald A. Limoges was born October 14, 1946, in Sioux City, Iowa, son of Donald F. and Lenore V. Thompson Limoges. He died March 29, 2004, at the Western Missouri Medical Center, Warrensburg, after a lengthy illness of Multiple Sclerosis. He married the former Betty S. White at Urich October 5, 1985. He was a retired fire fighter with the Grandview Fire Department. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He was a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses Church and a ham radio operator. His parents preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife, Betty S. Limoges of the home; seven children, Jennifer Barth, Liberty, Danielle L. Barth, Urich, Nichole L. Barth, Urich, Donnie Limoges, Emma Limoges, Lola Limoges, Jimmy Limoges, all of the home; stepchildren, Al Monkewicz, Harrisonville, Sandy Bridgewater, Creighton, Vickie Esparza, Kansas City; step-granddaughter, Nina Payne, Creighton; two sisters, Patty Carrell and husband Roy A., Diane Springfield and husband Carl, all of Sioux City, Iowa. He was Dad to over 100 foster children. Graveside services were held April 1 at Mullin Cemetery.

LINCOLN, Lewis Dale
b: May 25 1929, Leeton, Johnson Co, MO
d: May 22 2014, Raymore, Cass Co, MO
Laurel Oak Cemetery KA-LY, Windsor, Windsor Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Atkinson Funeral Home

Lewis Dale Lincoln, 84, Raymore, Missouri, formerly of Archie, Missouri, died Thursday, May 22, 2014 at Foxwood Springs Living Center in Raymore, Missouri. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at the Atkinson Funeral Home in Harrisonville, followed by graveside services at the Laurel Oak Cemetery in Windsor, Missouri. Lewis was born May 25, 1929 in Leeton, Missouri, the son of Hubert J. and Margaret Angeline (Edwards) Lincoln. He married Anita Evelyn Rauch on February 2, 1956. Lewis was a graduate of the University of Missouri in Columbia with a degree in agriculture. Lewis devoted his entire 33 year career in service to the U.S.D.A. He worked as a criminal investigator in the Office of the Inspector General for the last 19 years of his career, before retiring in 1986. He was a life member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees. Lewis was a devoted Christian and served the Lord. He was a member, and had served as treasurer for several years, of Everett Community Church in Archie. Lewis was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, James Lincoln and two sons, Michael and Richard Lincoln. He is survived by his wife, Anita, of the home; four children, Patricia Leonard (Jeff), Lee’s Summit, Missouri, Theresa Kralik (Randy), Raymore, Missouri, Brian Lincoln (Cathy), Lee’s Summit, Missouri and Christopher Lincoln (Karen), Garden City, Missouri; daughter-in-law, Nancy Lincoln, Raymore, Missouri; 12 grandchildren, Jeff, Adam, Shannan, Dustin, Staci, Katlyn, Todd, Bradley, David, Becca, Nathan and Haley and 11 great-grandchildren, Maddison, Collin, Madelynn, Stormy, Teegan, Kaiya, Brayden, Riley, Kasha, Ethan and Amelie.

b: Jul 8 1925, near Huntingdale, Henry Co, MO
d: Mar 11 1950, S of Harrisonville, Cass Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Mrs. Max Lindauer, Archie, was killed Saturday afternoon at 2:30 about three miles north of Archie on Highway 71. Mary Ann Hunter, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hunter, Blairstown, was born near Huntingdale, July 8, 1925. She had made her home near Clinton all of her life and was graduated from the Clinton High School as an honor student in 1943. She attended Missouri University where she was graduated in 1948. She taught Home Economics at Butler High School last year and was teaching in Archie, at the time of her death. June 5, 1949 she was married to Max Lindauer, also a teacher in the Archie school. Besides her husband and parents, Mrs. Lindauer leaves three brothers, Kenneth, Wilbur, and Carroll, of the home; also her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Childers, Clinton. The body will be brought to Clinton where graveside services will be held at Englewood Cemetery.

b: Mar 16 1934, Talmage, Dickinson Co, KS
d: Apr 13 2007, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Abilene Cemetery, Abilene, Dickinson Co, KS
arr: Vansant-Mills Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, May 11 2007 - Deloris Irene Minnick Lindell was born March 16, 1934, in Talmage, Kansas. She passed from this life April 13, 2007, at the Research Medical Center, Kansas City, having suffered for several years from an apparent lung incurable disease. The daughter of Carl and Mabel Bennett Minnick, she grew up on the farm, truly a farm girl, who enjoyed every aspect of farm life. She raised horses and enjoyed riding them from the breaking to the leisurely trot. As most children on the farm or in the city, Deloris and her brother, Joe, were not without their mischievous moments, such as their frequent egg fights. The story is told that those fun fights came to an end when their parents spied the eggshells in the barnyard. The chickens had failed to clean up the mess as they usually had done and this last time did not eat all of the broken egg shells. At the age of 10, Deloris made her good confession and accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord, being baptized on New Year's Eve, 1944, in the First Christian Church in Abilene, Kansas. It was fitting that she returned to the land of her beginning to be buried from that peaceful and meaning place of her youth. On August 19, 1968, following a previous marriage, Deloris married David Lindell, an agriculturist, and together they set out on a journey that included the raising of her two sons, Jon and Karl. Within the family, Karl remembers his mother as a loving and devoted teacher, reading the stories from the Bible and sharing fun activities with her boys, encouraging them to progress in the Boy Scout movement. She was proud of what they both had accomplished. Jon recently wrote a loving letter to his mother expressing how hard it is to put into words what her upbringing had meant to him attributing to her all that he has become. From all reports, Deloris and David accomplished their mission in many ways. Deloris developed an interest in music. She played a trombone in the band and became an accomplished pianist. She often provided the accompaniment at the church and in the community, sharing her talent in nursing homes and elsewhere whenever invited. For the past 25 or more years she taught piano to many people. One of her more mature students shared the time a youngster challenged her as to why "that old man" did not have to play in the recitals. She received her higher education by earning a certificate in Christian Education from the Old Manhattan Bible College. When her sons were in elementary school she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Kansas State University. She enjoyed teaching and taught several levels in the church school. She was the popular teacher of the adult Open Door Class where she was considered by her students as a Bible Scholar who lived her faith through her active life in the Christian Church. In her congregation, she served in many positions of leadership, including working with youth, serving as a deacon and later an elder, a spiritual leader in the church. She served as the chairperson of such committees as the pastoral advisory committee, the church and society committee, the evangelism team and the Christian Women's Fellowship. At one time she was on the Search Committee charged with the responsibility to find a new minister and pastor. During a difficult period in the life of her congregation she was called upon to serve as chair of the Official Board. Her leadership was recognized beyond her own congregation when she encouraged the interdenominational Festival of Sharing, a statewide mission providing for people in need in Missouri and the world. Within the community she was involved with the Wild Flower Society, Henry County Historical Society and Museum and with the Henrietta Homemakers, with whom she held classes in various homemaking skills. She was an artist, a painter who shared her love of the bible through her paintings, inscribing them with words from the Scriptures. She was a quilter and enjoyed the ability to sew and make things with her hands. She was a gardener who shared with neighbors her prize-winning canned vegetables and fruits. Deloris loved her church and community and served them well as a musician, teacher, leader and friend. She will be sorely missed. Deloris was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband, David of the home; two sons, Karl Paxton of Lakeland, Colorado and Jon Paxton of Anchorage, Alaska; one brother, Joe Minnick and wife, Helen of Abilene, Kansas; sister-in-law, Frieda Hall of Wills Point, Texas; three grandchildren, Michael Paxton and wife, Stephanie, Matthew Paxton and Rebecca Paxton and four nieces and nephews, Kristine Sommers, Dan Minnick, Sharon Jones and Stephen Paxton. Funeral services were held at the First Christian Church, Clinton, on Tuesday, April 16. Interment was in Abilene Cemetery, Abilene, Kansas.

LINDENMAN, Herman Carl
b: Sep 14 1908, near Rockville, Bates Co, MO
d: Nov 8 1991
Reform Cemetery, Prairie Twp, Bates Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Herman Carl Lindenman, son of Herman and Anna Maria (Bellach) Lindenman, was born September 14, 1908 at the farm home near Rockville, and passed away November 8, 1991 at the age of 83 years, as a result of an auto accident. His school days were spent in Fairmount School with the exception of about two years that he spent in North Dakota and he attended school while there. He was a successful farmer having spent many long hours in his chosen profession working with his father and brothers. He retired in 1981 and has lived his entire life in his farm home in the Rockville community except for the two years in North Dakota. He was baptized as an infant and confirmed into the Reformed Church (now known as the Faith United Church of Christ) of Prairie City, as a teenager. He attended faithfully and was present on Sunday preceding his death. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, 4 brothers, Arthur, Fred, Elmer and Albert, 4 sisters, Clara, Emma, and Lily Lindenman and Mrs. Freda Wilt. Survivors include one brother John of Kansas City; 3 sisters, Anna Lee and Pearl Wilson of Butler, and Olga Haverland of Lowry City. He also leaves nieces, nephews, and a host of friends. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 12, at the Faith United Church of Christ at Prairie City. Burial was in the Reformed Cemetery.

b: Sep 7 1856, near McConnellsville, Morgan Co, OH
d: May 31 1939, 3 mi W of Montrose, Henry Co, MO
Montrose Cemetery, Montrose, Deepwater Twp, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO - William Lindimore died at the home of his son, Collis Lindimore, three miles west of Montrose, May 31, 1939, at 9:10 p.m. He was born near McConnellsville, in Morgan County, Ohio, September 7, 1856, and came to Missouri in 1874, settling in Henry County. He was married September 11, 1890, to Martha L. Tyree, of near Montrose, where they established their home. She died Jan. 16, 1933. To this union two children were born; a daughter, Mrs. Reta Brown, of near LaDue, and a son, Collis, of near Montrose, both of whom survive. He is also survived by one brother, Con Lindimore, of Warrensburg, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He was converted about 50 years ago in a meeting at the Mt. Hope Church and ever remained a true follower of his Lord and Savior. After the death of his companion, his son, Collis, and family, came to live with him and were ever constant in their efforts to make his declining years ones of comfort and pleasure. He was active and sturdy for his four score, two years, until stricken ill four months ago. Through all his suffering he was patient and cheerful. The deeds of loving hands that faithfully cared for him were of no avail and his spirit was gone to rest where there is no more suffering. Though he will be sorely missed by loved ones and friends there is that assurance that he is at rest on Life's other shore. Funeral services were conducted Friday at the Montrose Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Burial in the Montrose Cemetery.

b: Apr 23 1840, New Albany, IN
d: Feb 12 1904, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton Missouri, Feb 20 1903 - Friday, Feb. 12, 1904, at 2:15 p.m., after one week's illness with pneumonia, Mrs. J. F. Lindley passed into the sleep of death. She was the cherished wife of J. F. Lindley of the firm of Lindley & Shackelford. She was one of those rare home women whose presence had to be sought to find the source of radiated strength, gentleness and Christian fortitude. She lived through the loved ones placed in her keeping for the Master and made duty her highest aim and pleasure. Mary Irene Meekin was born in New Albany, Indiana April 23, 1840 and was the daughter of Capt. Chas. H. Meekin, owner and captain of several of those fine old-time New Orleans steamboats that plied the Mississippi until the breaking out of the war. A painting over the mantel in the sitting room shows one of them, the Baltic, in the lead with a race with another steamer. When the war broke out, he had command of one of the boats for the government in the Marine brigade in the Ohio and Mississippi. Mrs. Lindley has one brother and two sisters still residing in New Albany. She married J.F. Lindley there November 3, 1859 and lived there until September 1870, when they moved to Evansville, Indiana where Mr. Lindley conducted one of the leading mercantile establishments. November 29, 1894, Thanksgiving Day, the family arrived in Clinton, since which they had made their home and interests in Clinton, cherished by all for all their good qualities. The children are: Rebecca Irene, Martie E., Mrs. H. W. Shackelford and one son, James F. Lindley, who lives in Indianapolis, Ind. but who arrived in time to bid good-bye before the Sweet Chariot arrived that bore Mother to her home on high. James F., Jr. has two sons, Stacy Bradford Lindley, aged 20, who attends school at Purdue University, and Hiram Reed Lindley, aged 18, who arrived in time for their grandmother's funeral. The three other grandchildren are the children of W. H. Shackelford - Nora Irene, Mary Marthy and Wm. H. Jr. Little Billie Shackelford, as he is called in Clinton, clung close to Grandpa and whispered "That he prayed to God every night to make Grandma well but he guessed it was best or He wouldn't have taken her." The funeral was conducted from the residence in West Clinton and burial was in Englewood.

b: Sep 4 1924, Henry Co, MO
d: Jan 4 2006, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Urich Cemetery, Bogard Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Vansant-Mills Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 16 2006 - Allie Marie Lindsay, daughter of Edgar McDonald Scranton and Laura (Little) Scranton, was born in Henry County on September 4, 1925. She died at Westwood Nursing Center, Clinton, on January 4, 2006, at the age of 80 years. She was married to Floyd E. Lindsay. They lived in Urich where they owned and operated a gas station, restaurant and grocery store. Floyd preceded her in death November 26, 1984. She was a member of the Urich Baptist Church until moving to Clinton. She then moved her membership to Northeast Baptist Church where she was a faithful member. Allie is survived by one son, Jim Lindsay; one granddaughter Tara Richardson; one great-grandson Dillon Richardson, all of Clinton, and one brother Don Scranton of Sacramento, California. Graveside services and interment were held at Urich Cemetery on Friday, January 6, under direction of Vansant-Mills Funeral Home of Clinton.

LINDSAY, James DeWitt
b: Nov 7 1857, N of Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: Aug 18 1930, Jefferson City, Cole Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Judge Lindsay Found Dead - Former Henry Countain's Heart Fails At Home In Jefferson City - Judge James D. Lindsay was found dead on the sleeping porch of his home in Jefferson City, Monday morning about nine o'clock by his wife. He ad awakened her about 6 a.m., saying his arm hurt. She applied a hot water bottle, replenishing it several times and went downstairs for a few minutes to give the maid instructions. Returning she found him dead. He had been suffering with hardening of the arteries for some time and the physician called said nothing could have been done. Judge Lindsay was born November 7, 1857, north of Clinton, on the farm owned by his father and now known as the Taylor Lindsay place. He attended the public school, then came to Clinton and attended a private school conducted by C. C. Dickinson. He went to Central College at Fayette and graduated with a Master's Degree in 1880. He came to Clinton and made his home with the late Judge Parks and read law in the office of Judge F. E. Savage. He was admitted to the bar in 1882 and moved to Windsor, where he was associated in the law office with James Allen. He lived in Windsor until 1891, when he moved to Clinton and opened a law office. He was elected as prosecuting attorney of Henry county in 1894 and reelected in 1896. He was elected as probate judge of the county in 1898 and reelected in 1902. In 1908, he was elected as representative from Henry county to the 45th General Assembly in Missouri. After these offices expired, he practiced law in Clinton until 1916, when he was appointed as assistant attorney for the Missouri Public Service Commission. Judge Lindsay was appointed commissioner for the Supreme Court in January 1923, to fill the unexpired term of Judge William T. Ragland. He was appointed in April 1923, for four years and again reappointed for a term of four years, to expire April 13, 1931. Judge Lindsay was one of three commissioners in division No. 1 of the supreme court. A supreme court commissioner is equal in rank to a justice, with the exception that commissioners do not vote on opinions of the court. The court en banc will appoint a commissioner to succeed him. Little Jim Lindsay was born and raised in the big out-of-doors on the farm of his parents, north of Clinton. His mother was a school teacher, who encouraged her children to study the best things in life. There were many hardships when Jim was a lad, as his father served in the Confederate army. Jim was the oldest child and his mother's helper. There was much to be done, including the cutting of the firewood, but the faithful lad would tug the big sticks up to the house and hack the wood until it would come in two, ready for the fire. His small hands and tiny back made it almost impossible. It was then that he showed the beginning of a useful career, determined to always do his best, never failing to the very end. In the old Lindsay home, there were good books and his mother guided his reading. His sister recalls seeing him many times, lying in the grass, studying history, biography and other things useful, which aided his development. His brain became the storehouse of information, which prepared him for the high position he later held in the supreme court of Missouri. It is said that his opinions were seldom, if ever, reversed, as he had an analytical mind to think things through. He was quiet, dignified, almost reserved, but made friends easily on account of his generous nature. He was an ardent Democrat, ever true to his party. He was held in equal respect by the Republicans and his friends were amazed to see him reappointed under a Republican governor. His friends afterward heard the Governor say, that Judge Lindsay's dignity and knowledge impressed him so that he made the appointment, although Judge Lindsay had said very little when appearing before him. Reading was always his favorite pastime and he read and reread the works of Hawthorne, Shakespeare and Ruskin, and other classics, stocking his mind with the best literature. For a number of years, he was in poor health, but determined to get well, walked from six to ten miles a day to give him the necessary exercise and maintained a diet of raw food for many months until his health was restored. He kept up his exercise and out-of-door living, so few people realized that he was a man of 73 years of age, as he was always erect in posture an clear of eye. When a boy, he became an intimate friend of the late Peyton A. Parks and they were ever like brothers, counseling together, not only on law questions, but on all questions that concerned their life and those with whom they came in contact. The death of Mr. Parks was one of the great sorrows of his life. He was held in the highest esteem among the members of the bar, who knew him to be a worker in detail, always exact, honest and honorable. In his law practice, he always refused what he considered an unjust case. While attending the Central College at Fayette, he was converted and united with the M. E. Church, South and held membership in the Clinton church for many years. He had a fine bass voice and read music with ease, singing in the choir of the M. E. Church, South, of Jefferson City. He was united in marriage with Miss Anna Livingston, December 16, 1884. He was devoted to his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Harry C. Wilson, of St. Louis, and Mrs. Burnett Goss, of Tulsa, Okla. Their home life in Clinton was very beautiful. He built the attractive house now occupied by his niece, Mrs. Harry Gilbert, her husband and family, on East Jefferson street, where he lived until he and his wife went to Jefferson City on official business. He always maintained his legal residence in Clinton and returned for each primary and election to vote. The primary this August was the first time he ever voted with an absentee ballot. He loved this home on East Jefferson street and refused to sell it numbers of times, saying that some day he was coming back to live, so the funeral will be held there as this was the place he loved better than any other place in the world. Judge Lindsay made friends of people in every station of life. The old negro woman who cooked for his family when his children were small, and who now lives in Clinton, when she heard of his death, sobbed silently and said: "Mr. Lindsay sho' was a good man. I never saw him mad in my life. He was so fine in his home, always good to his wife and chilluns." After all, the true index of a man's life is found in his home and you can really get the key from an old negro servant who knows her white folks. Besides his wife and two daughters, he leaves four grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. S. J. Lane, on North Third street. This sister is the only remaining member of the family. He was a good brother, never forgetting her, always remembering to do the things she needed. His daughter, Mrs. Wilson, was touring Wisconsin with her husband and they were unable to reach her until Tuesday. She wired they would drive to Chicago, then come by plane to Jefferson City. The funeral will be conducted Thursday morning, August 21, at his late home in Jefferson City. His body will then be brought to Clinton and funeral held Thursday at 3 p.m. at his late home on East Jefferson street, now occupied by his niece, Mrs. Harry Gilbert, and husband. Burial in Englewood. Mr. and Mrs. Will Livingston, of Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Livingston, Mrs. Clem Roberts and son, John of Windsor, went to Jefferson City to be of any assistance possible. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Goss and two daughters, of Tulsa, Okla., also arrived there Tuesday.

LINDSAY, Joshua P.
b: Jun 11 1830
d: May 6 1898, Urich, Henry Co, MO
Urich Cemetery, Bogard Twp, Henry Co, MO
Urich Herald, Urich, Henry Co MO, Thursday May 12 1898 - Died, at the home of his son, Thos. F. Lindsay, in this city, Friday, May 6, 1898, Joshua Lindsay, aged 68 years, 11 months and 16 days, after only one day's illness. The deceased had been a devout member of the Christian church for nearly 30 years, against whom we have never heard one word of criticism. He was kind, forbearing and forgiving in all acts of life. Rev. C. W. West, of Gunn City, conducted funeral services at the Christian church at 2 o'clock p. m. Sunday, after which the remains were followed to the cemetery by perhaps the largest concourse of friends seen in one funeral procession for a long time. Thus, without one moment's warning, ended the life of one of Urich's best old citizens whose example of religious life and friendship for all mankind is well worthy of emulation. The deceased leaves seven children to mourn his loss, all of whom were present at his funeral but Mrs. Wilt. They are as follows: Mrs. Mollie Wilt, Dalton City, Ill., W. E. and W. S. Lindsay, of Huron Kan., Mrs. T. P. Clark and Miss Jessie Lindsay of Edgar, Neb., Clifton R. Lindsay, Prosperity, and Thos. F. Lindsay, Urich, Mo.

b: Sep 30 1915, near Creighton, Cass Co, MO
d: May 9 2005, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Grant Cemetery, Creighton, Cass Co, MO
arr: Dickey Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, May 18 2005 - Mrs. LaVerne Lindsay of Clinton was born September 30, 1915, near Creighton, the daughter of Charlie Wade and Oleta Lee (Miles) Masonbrink. She departed this life Monday, May 9, 2005, at Clinton Healthcare and Rehabilitation at the age of 89 years, seven months and nine days. On July 17, 1936, LaVerne was united in marriage to Charles William Lindsay in Clinton. LaVerne was employed as head cook for Sherwood Cass R-VIII School District, Creighton, until her retirement. Earlier she had been a rural school teacher. LaVerne was a member of the United Methodist Church, Saturday Club and the Jolly Homemakers Extension Club, all of Creighton. She had attended Central Missouri State Teachers college, Warrensburg, and Southwest Missouri State Teachers college, Springfield. LaVerne had lived at Creighton before moving to Clinton in 1992. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Charles on April 3, 1991. She is survived by a son Charles Ray Lindsay, Clinton; a daughter Emilee Snow, Warrensburg; three grandchildren, Dawn Snow, Susan Jensen and Scott Bone; two great-grandchildren; one brother, Rolla Masonbrink; other relatives and many friends. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 14, at the United Methodist Church, Creighton, with interment in the Grant Cemetery near Creighton.

LINDSAY, Nancy Calisto Depriece STONE
b: Jan 27 1820, Stokes Co, NC
d: Jul 25 1892, Henry Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO - Mrs. N. C. Lindsey, an estimable woman, breather her last on Wednesday at 9:22 a.m. after a week's illness of apoplexy and bowel trouble. She had not been well since having the grip in December. She was born in Stokes county, N.C. and come to Henry County in 1847. She married James M. Lindsey September 23, 1848. Mrs. Lindsay lost a stepson, two daughters and her husband in less than one month. Mr. Lindsay died August 28, 1864 and another daughter a year later and, in 1869, she was called upon to part with another beautiful daughter, Nannie, remembered by many in our midst. Mrs. Flavia Calvird is the last child, who with her husband, little daughter, son and countless relatives and friends, mourn the loss of a noble mother and friend. Mrs. Lindsey was ever present to sympathize and aid in sorrow and adversity. The sick were cheered by her presence and, at the ripe age of 72, she was allowed to go to her Father's home above where care is no more. Funeral at the Southern Methodist Church and the remains were followed to Englewood by a long train of sorrowing friends.

LINDSAY, Reuben Taylor Jr.
b: Nov 2 1861, Henry Co, MO
d: Sep 5 1927, Henry Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Taylor Lindsay, one of the most prominent citizens of Henry county, was found dead by the side of his horse about a mile and a half from his home Monday morning about 10 a.m., by Wren Smith, one of the employees of the farm. He had accompanied this young man that morning to "cut out" some hogs for shipment. Young Smith insisted on helping Mr. Lindsay get the hogs in. Young Smith said he had not been away but a few minutes when he came back and found Mr. Lindsay on his side dead, the hogs already put thru the gate, the horse's bridle hanging down and the stick still in Mr. Lindsay's hand. He had evidently been overcome from the heat, as it was extremely hot that morning and it looked as if when he had dismounted he had started to the shade tree, but had fallen before reaching it, a heart attack causing his death possibly instantly. Dan, his saddle horse, was standing, keeping guard when Mr. Lindsay was found. Reuben Taylor Lindsay was born November 2nd, 1861, at the home farm where he was reared and lived until Monday, Sept. 5, 1927, when he went into eternity. This farm was settled, entered and bought by his father, R. T. Lindsay, Sr., direct from the United States Government, he being the second settler in Fields Creek township. The late Nathan fields was the first settler. The Lindsay family was among the oldest settlers of this county, coming here from their home in North Carolina in covered wagons, as it was before the day of other transportation. They were Democrats of the old South, slave holders and people of wealth but always putting honor and honest first. fortunate, indeed, it was for Henry county, when they decided to locate here. Young Taylor Lindsay underwent the hardships of the war period, as he was born the first year, when his father was fighting for the cause he loved in the Southland, while his young wife and three small children were here with the slaves. She was a wise woman and taught her children to be quiet and uncommunicative with the many strangers who came to their home during this period of strife. Taylor learned many sides of life. Coming from the best of parentage, naturally early in life he learned the highest principles from which nothing swerved him in later years. His father was a leader of community affairs, directing the affairs of the church, his home always being the abiding place for the ministers as they came. Young Taylor was sent to Clinton Academy, later to Central College at Fayette. While in college he was converted and united with the M. E. Church South, later moving his membership to the Huntingdale church, where he remained a faithful member until that church disbanded and he placed his membership in the Franklin M. E. Church, of Clinton, during the pastoriate of Dr. Wesley Smith. Mr. Lindsay was united in marriage June 19, 1889, to Miss Sallie Royston. She survives with their only daughter, Ruby, now Mrs. Jas. S. Spangler. There is one granddaughter and three grandsons. Mr. Lindsay leaves one brother, Judge Jas. D. Lindsay, of Jefferson City, and one sister, Mrs. Sallie J. Lane, of Clinton. It can be truly said that Mr. Lindsay never had an enemy. He was a man of few words, but with a ready, friendly smile for all. His word was as good as his bond, and he had the utmost faith in his fellow man. He had always been one of the largest cattle feeders in the county and bought corn and feed from far and near. Many a time when a family was in need, had he paid for a corn crop yet unplanted in order to make it possible for the man, who through sickness or other misfortune needed the money. Seldom was this trust violated, for they loved Taylor Lindsay. He had sound business judgment and looked at the world unprejudiced, as his own life was clean. As a result of this his friends and even chance acquaintances came to him for advice not only on finance, but also in regard to other important matters pertaining to their lives. He never violated their confidence, and gave to them his best judgment, which they usually followed. His courtesy was unfailing on all occasions. He nearly always assisted the boys on the farm driving the cattle and hogs to market, and was always most appreciative of everything they did, also of any passerby whom they met on the road, who would assist in any way, he never failed to express his thanks. These little things are what make the perfect gentleman, of which there are so few. He inherited wealth, which he considered a trust, and added to it as the years went by until now his farm contains over 2,000 acres with one of the most attractive modern houses in the county. A portion of this is a part of the house built by his late father. He worked early and late, seeing to every detail of the big estate. Nothing was left unnoticed by him. He had known how to do everything on the place and could usually be seen out helping the boys in some way. The hottest sun in mid-summer and the coldest blizzard in winter found him ever watchful and working to see that everything alive on the place was comfortable. He was loved, not only by his employees, but by the domestic animals on the farm. The grief of his faithful saddle horse Dan, who is 17 years old, is pathetic, as Wednesday morning found Dan back at the spot where they found his master dead. Dan had always been devoted to Mr. Lindsay, following him about like a dog and seemed to intuitively know always what Mr. Lindsay wanted to do in the cattle driving. Mr. Lindsay has left a heritage of worldly goods to his loved ones, which is surpassed by the heritage of his good name and the example of his life. Every life that has come in contact with him was been made better and sweeter. He was generous always to the needy and poor. A load of coal, an order of groceries or other things found their way to the needy, with never a word said, as from whence they came. He was a real steward of the Lord. For not only to individuals, but to his church, other churches, the Y. M. C. A., and to other worthy organizations his subscription went regularly. No worthy cause or a person in need was refused. Mr. Lindsay had been assisted in every good work by his beloved wife, on whom his death comes as a crushing blow. She is also beloved by all who know her far and near as she is generous in thought and deed always. The writer has written many obituaries but never of a life of a man so filled with good deeds and so nearly coming to the Christian standards as Mr. Lindsay. The entire community mourns with those nearest him because of his death, but all are better for him having lived. The funeral services were conducted at his late home six miles north of Clinton by Rev. Selah, Tuesday afternoon. Interment in Englewood.

LINDSAY, Reuben Taylor Sr.
b: Apr 3 1827, Rockingham Co, NC
d: Mar 28 1891
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton Eye, Apr 4 1891 - Died, at his residence in Fields Creek township, R. T. Lindsay, March 28, with pneumonia, after being sick two weeks. Born in Rockingham county, N.C. April 3, 1827 and became a resident of this county in 1839. On the 28th of April, 1856, he married Margaret C. Stone, who died March 2, 1881. Four children: James D. and Reuben Taylor Lindsay and Sarah J. Lane, wife of S. M. Lane, living in Clinton; and John S. W. Lindsay, who died November 27, 1886. He was married the second time, in 1881, to Mrs. Annie Cummings, who survives him, now recovering from a serious illness. He made a profession of religion while a soldier in the Confederate army and united with the M. E. Church south. A devoted father and loving husband, now in that long and peaceful rest at Englewood.

b: May 19 1957, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co, KS
d: Jun 13 2013, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Laurel Oak Cemetery KA-LY, Windsor, Windsor Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Hadley Funeral Home

Susan Lindsay, 56, of Windsor, Missouri, died Thursday morning, June 13, 2013, at the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital, Clinton, Mo. She was born May 19, 1957, in Kansas City, Kansas, the daughter of Elbert Louis Myers, Sr., and Thora Irene (Flinn) Myers. On June 21, 1985, in Kansas City, Mo., she married Arthur Mark Lindsay and he survives of the home in Windsor. Susan was a full-time mother and grandmother. She enjoyed collecting things, especially antique toys she played with as a child. She liked being able to introduce her grandchildren to toys from her own childhood. Crafting, gardening, and reading science fiction and fantasy books were things that took up her spare time. She was an ordained non-denomination minister and had the privilege of officiating over the marriage for several of her children. In addition to her husband, Mark, survivors include 10 sons and 4 daughters: Douglas Morris and his wife, Elizabeth, Windsor, Mo.; Jacob Morris and his wife Stefanie, Clinton, Mo.; Jerette Morris and his wife Priscilla, Clinton, Mo.; Jason Morris and his wife Holly, Clinton, Mo.; Joshua Lindsay, San Francisco, California; Billy Lindsay and his wife Hannah, Lincoln, Mo.; Kara Penrose and her husband Jamie, Jackson, Mo.; Katy (Lindsay) Albin, Leeton, Mo.; Marki Allen and her husband Micheal, Independence, Mo.; Arthur “Mark” Lindsay II, Overland Park, Ks.; Micheal Lindsay and his wife Rachel, Windsor, Mo.; MaKayla Lopez and her husband Richard, Windsor, Mo.; Matthew Lindsay, Windsor, Mo.; and Timothy Still and his wife Toki, Excelsior Springs, Mo.; 23 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; a brother, Terry Myers, Kansas City, Kansas; and also her beloved pug dog, Cricket. She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 brothers, Danny Myers and Elbert Myers and 3 sisters. Graveside services will be Monday, June 17, 2013, at the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor, Mo.

b: Dec 30 1964, Independence, Jackson Co, MO
d: Aug 25 2004, Brownington, Henry Co, MO
Maplewood Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Sickman & Dunning Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 26 2004 - Teresa Jean Lindsay, 39, Brownington, died Wednesday, August 25, 2004, at her home. She was born December 30, 1964, in Independence, the daughter of Choise and Shirley (Weir) Pennington. She is survived by her father, Choise Pennington, Brownington; her daughters, Mattie Nicole and Christina Jean Lindsay; her brothers, Vernon Clark Pennington of Massachusetts, Charley Choyce Pennington of Kansas, Henry Leroy Pennington of South Carolina and Darrell Franklin Pennington of Missouri; her paternal grandmother, Edna Pennington of Eldon; her maternal grandmother, Betty Weir of Clinton and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Her mother Shirley, preceded her in death on August 16, 2001. She had previously worked in the reservation center for Marriott Hotel in Omaha and was a homemaker, caring for her two daughters. She was a member of the Parks Chapel Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held Sunday, August 29, at Sickman-Dunning Funeral Home in Clinton. Interment will be in Maplewood Cemetery in Brownington.

LINDSEY, Blanche "Trixie" RIGGS
b: Sep 17 1919, Bowen, Henry Co, MO
d: Mar 11 2005, Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Laurel Oak Cemetery KA-LY, Windsor, Windsor Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Hadley Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Mar 21 2005 - Trixie Lindsey, 85, Windsor, died Friday evening, March 11, 2005, at her home in Windsor. She was born September 17, 1919 in Bowen, the daughter of James Elijah Riggs and Ida Mae (Davis) Riggs. On February 15, 1941, in Calhoun, she married Ernest Leonard Lindsey, who preceded her in death April 15, 1989. Trixie was a certified nurses aid and a certified medical technician and had worked at the former Windsor's Resthaven Nursing Home and the Windsor Healthcare and Rehabilitation center for 36 years before her retirement in 2001. She was a member of Grace Community Church, Windsor, and a former member of Calvary Baptist Church, Windsor, where she taught Sunday School for many years. Trixie was a "homebody" and enjoyed working crossword puzzles. Survivors include two daughters, Dixie Eberting and her husband Steve, Clinton, and April Wood and her husband Ernest, Windsor; four grandchildren, Chad Eberting and his wife Jodie, Lindsay Powelson and her husband Andy, Janae Eberting and Courtney Lamb and her husband Travis, and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition her her husband Trixie was preceded in death by a son Michael Gene Lindsey; three brothers, William, James and Harry Riggs, and a sister Margaret Craig. Funeral services were Monday, March 14, at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial was in Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor.

b: Jun 28 1923, Urich, Henry Co, MO
d: Oct 27 1994, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Urich Cemetery, Bogard Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Lydia Elizabeth Lindsey, 71, RR 1, Deepwater, died October 27, 1994, at Research Medical Center. She was born in Urich and had lived in Deepwater the past 14 years. Survivors include her husband, Ronald Lindsey of the home; five sons, Bill Lamb, Kansas City, Donald Lamb, Deepwater, Mark Lindsey, Belton, Tony Lindsey, Deepwater; Steven Lindsey, Pleasant Hill; two daughters, Lydia McGenney, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Lynda Sanders, Gladstone; one sister, Ida Gard, Kingsville; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

b: Jun 20 1898, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: Nov 11 1939, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
BERT C. LINDSTROM DIES -- Vice-President and Superintendent of Hatchery in Which He Helped Develop -- Bert Lindstrom, superintendent and vice-president of the Lindstrom hatcheries, who had been seriously ill since late summer, died at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City at 2:30 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 11, 1939. He had been taken to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., in September, and after his return had gone back and forth to Kansas City for treatment. He went to the hospital the Monday before his death, hoping to be relieved of the intense pain he suffered. Conscious to the last, he found courage in the presence of his wife, brothers and sister, who had remained near him in all his illness for it was truly characteristic of them as a family that they were "together in all things, even to the end." Bert Carl Lindstrom, third child of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lindstrom of East Clinton Street, was born June 20, 1898, in Clinton. He was baptized in the Lutheran Church as a child and was educated in the Clinton grade and high schools, a likable, kindly dispositioned boy, who in his youth gave promise of the genial, generous man he became. July 3, 1922, Miss Elizabeth Schiebel of Osceola became his wife and two daughters were born to them, Mary Louise, who is a senior in the high school and Ellen Jean, in the fourth grade at Washington School. Together they enjoyed work and play, taking trips frequently, cultivated mutual interests and found real happiness within their family group and with others of their relatives. Second to being an ideal father, son and husband, Mr. Lindstrom was a fine neighbor, an interested school patron, member of the Elks and W.O.W. and all community enterprises. When the hot lunch season was on in the public schools, he saw that a sufficient quantity of eggs were supplied for Washington grade children and often brought them to the school himself. Through his daughters, all school enterprises were supported and they tangibly felt his interest. The loss of a good man is always deeply felt, not only by his own, but his community—and such was Bert Lindstrom. His business ability was augmented by the congeniality of his work and the affable cooperation between himself, his two brothers, Elmer, founder of the hatcheries, Wilbur, and their one sister, Mrs. J. Clinton Reid, of Kansas City, the four of whom hold equal interests in the hatcheries that carry their name. Theirs was an accord of feeling not often seen. Surviving Mr. Lindstrom are his widow, their two daughters; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lindstrom of Swedish ancestry; one sister, Mrs. J. C. Reid, of Kansas City, and two brothers, Elmer A. and Wilbur, of Clinton. Funeral services were conducted Monday at the Spore & Son Funeral Home, and the body was laid to rest in Englewood.

b: Apr 20 1930
d: Apr 22 1930
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Mary Helen, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lindstrom, who died Sunday morning, was tenderly laid to rest in Englewood Sunday afternoon, after a brief service at the grave conducted by Rev. Shockley, in the presence of immediate relatives and friends. Mary Helen was a large beautiful baby and her coming early last Friday morning brought great joy to the home of her father and mother; but when it soon developed that she could not live, it brought great sorrow not only to the parents, but to the many relatives and friends. No community has ever been so stirred over the death of an infant, as the death of Mary Helen. The sympathy of their many friends go out to the bereaved parents.

b: Apr 28 1920, near Preston, Hickory Co, MO
d: Jun 22 2004, Columbia, Boone Co, MO
Hickory Point Cemetery, Green Ridge, Pettis Co, MO
arr: Hadley Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jun 25 2004 - Odessa Mae Lindstrom, 84, Columbia and formerly of Windsor, died Tuesday evening, June 22, 2004, at the Columbia Manor Health Center in Columbia. She was born April 28, 1920, in Hickory county, near Preston, the daughter of Thomas Wilson Morgan and Odessa (Walker) Morgan. On November 19, 1938, in Neosho, she married Oscar Fredrik Lindstrom, who died April 7, 1969. She was a homemaker and also worked at the former Windsor International Shoe Factory for over 30 years. Survivors include a daughter, Sandy C. Thomas and husband, Don, Columbia; three grandchildren, Edward, Frederick and Juanita; a great-grandson, Caleb Wade; a sister Evelyn Dillinger, California, Missouri; a brother, Clifford Morgan, Warsaw, and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a son, Wade Lindstrom in 1997, and an infant brother George Morgan. Funeral services will be Saturday, June 16, at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will be in Hickory Point Cemetery, near Green Ridge.

b: May 26 1919, Mendon, Chariton Co, MO
d: Jul 24 2006, Atlanta, GA
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
arr: Vansant-Mills Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 10 2006 - Laverna R. Lineberry, daughter of Henry C. and Hattie C. (Collet) Cox, was born May 26, 1919, in Mendon. She died Monday, July 24, 2006, in Atlanta, Georgia, at the age of 87 years. Laverna had lived in Clinton for 64 years before moving to Canton, Georgia in January 2005 to live with her son and daughter-in-law, Wayne Dale Lineberry (Sandy). She was a member of the Clinton United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband Charles Oren Lineberry, and her parents, Henry and Hattie Cox. She leaves her son and daughter-in-law, Wayne Dale Lineberry (Sandy), Canton, Georgia, grandson and wife, Dale Lineberry (Nancy) and two great grandchildren, McKenzie and Sean of Cumming, Georgia. Services were Monday, July 31, 2006 at Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, burial in Englewood Cemetery, Clinton, Missouri.

b: Jul 8 1922, Montrose, Henry Co, MO
d: Jul 15 2016, Butler, Bates Co, MO
St. Marys Cemetery, Montrose, Deepwater Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Hill & Son Funeral Home

Alvena Victoria (Schallert) Linenberger, daughter of Gottlieb and Agnes (Dampf) Schallert, was born July 8, 1922, in Montrose. She was the fourth of seven children. Alvena departed this life peacefully at Medicalodge of Butler on July 15, 2016. Alvena's life span of 94 years took her through many experiences. As a young girl and woman growing up in the 1920s and 1930s, her world centered on the home. She learned how to cook, clean and sew. With the outbreak of World War II, all four of Alvena's brothers were called to serve their country. During this period, Alvena took over their duties, helping with the farm chores. Times were not easy. However, toward the end of the war, Alvena's life was to change forever. She met a war buddy of her brother, "Clip." This outgoing, talkative, handsome young man in uniform swept her off her feet. Opposites do attract and on October 1, 1945, she married Elmer Linenberger. To this union, four children were born, Phyllis, Danny, Vicki and Ted. Throughout their 67 years together, Elmer and Alvena lived in Washington, KS, (Elmer's home town), Kansas City, Montrose and Deepwater. Alvena was an excellent homemaker, mother and lifetime partner. She belonged to Immaculate Conception Church in Montros'e. She was active in the Altar Sodality and St. Mary's P.T.O. Alvena was bookkeeper for over 30 years for the St. Mary's Cemetery Committee. For enjoyment, she quilted and did embroidery. Alvena and Elmer enjoyed many years traveling the USA. They spent 10 years wintering in Texas with Alvena's sister and brother-in-law, Pat and Elton Cook. In 1980 they built their country dream home. Alvena and Elmer enjoyed watching birds, deer and turkey from their front porch and kitchen bay windows. Many evenings were spent playing cards at the kitchen table with family and friends. Their lives ended together on August 10, 2013. After a hard battle, Elmer lost his life to cancer. Alvena led a quiet life after his passing and her health was failing. Her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren always knew she loved them, but knew it was time to be reunited with her loving husband. Alvena was preceded in death by her parents; siblings, Magdelene, Bernard (Helen), Maurice (Lucille), Cletus "Clip" (Waneta), Lawrence (Beverly), and brother-in-law, Elton Cook; beloved Linenberger in-laws, spouses, nieces and nephews. Survivors include her four children, Phyllis Sickman (Rick Jackson), Danny Linenberger, Vicki Westhusing (Dale) and Ted Linenberger; grandchildren, Shelley Dominguez (Jeff), Todd Sickman, Greg Westhusing, Phil Westhusing (Angie), Andy Westhusing, Dr. Kim Cortes-Gurule (Joseph), John Linenberger and Katie Hilty (Mason); great-grandchildren, Lola Westhusing, Evey Dominguez, Austin and Brody Westhusing and Wyatt Hilty; sister, Pat Cook; brothers and sisters-in-law, Edna Moore, Jack (Bonnie) Linenberger, Agnes Marsteller (Ray), and Phil Linenberger, as well as a host of family and friends. Funeral Mass will be at Immaculate Conception Church, Montrose, on Wednesday, July 20. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Montrose.

LINES, Matthew N.
b: abt 1864
d: 1933

Clinton MO - Former Clintonian Died - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Renfro, who live on East Elm street, have received a newspaper clipping announcing the death of Matthew Lines, who formerly lived in Clinton and worked at the wagon making trade years ago with Mr. Renfro. Deceased married Major Thos. Day's daughter, who lives northeast of Clinton. The following was taken from the Denver Colorado Post: Matthew N. Lines, 69, assistant railway engineer of the public utilities commission and former state senator from Fremont county, died early Friday in Mercy hospital following a long illness. Mr. Lines was born in Richmond, Va., but when a youth moved to Belleville, Ill., where he was educated. He came to Colorado fifty one years ago and worked on the Denver & South Park Railroad for a year. He then took a position with the Denver & Rio Grande Western railroad and twelve years later took the first engine into Cripple Creek when the Florence & Cripple Creek road was opened. He remained in the railroad business until 1907, when he was elected a representative to the legislature from Fremont county. In the next election he was chosen senator from his district. Fourteen years ago he took a position with the public utilities commission and had remained in the office until he became ill a few weeks ago. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Minerva Lines of 1233 Sherman street, and two daughters, Mrs. L. Reynolds of Denver and Mrs. Boyd Gatewood of Texas.

LINGLE, Edmund S.
b: Oct 21 1876, Sedalia, Pettis Co, MO
d: Jan 18 1892
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton Eye, Jan 1892 - Monday, Edmund S. Lingle, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lingle, passed away. He was in his 16th year and a general favorite of his classmates.

b: Apr 20 1924, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: Apr 20 2004, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
arr: Vansant-Mills Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Apr 22 2004 - Florence Gail Linney, 80, Clinton, died Tuesday, April 20, 2004, at Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton. She was born April 20, 1924, in Clinton, to Gail Bordon Guffy and Dora Blanch Hascall and entered into rest on April 20, 2004, in Clinton. Florence entered into marriage with Harvey Sidebottom, and to this union two children were born, Gail and Duane. As a young girl, Florence lived in the country and attended the Old Bermau School and later graduated from Clinton High School. She loved living in the country and was an avid gardener. She also enjoyed rasing chickens, reading westerns and watching westerns and detective shows on television. Florence worked for Unitog for 27 years and after retiring she moved to town to live out her last years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harvey Sidebottom; one sister, Betty Montgomery, and one brother, Robert Guffy. She is survived by one daughter, Gail L. Todd of Deepwater, and one son, Duane Bruce Sidebottom of Umitilla, Oregon; one sister, Carol Cole of Bolivar; one granddaughter, Challotta Peppard, and five great-grandchildren of Topeka, Kansas. She was a very loving person and will be greatly missed. Funeral services were held at Vansant-Mills Chapel Friday, April 23. Interment was in Englewood Cemetery, Clinton.

b: Mar 26 1925, near Cole Camp, Benton Co, MO
d: Aug 16 1991, Sedalia, Pettis Co, MO

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Margie Mae Linss, 66, of 511 South State Fair, Sedalia, formerly of Cole Camp, died Friday morning, August 16, 1991, at Brooking Park Geriatric Center. She was born March 26, 1925 near Cole Camp, daughter of Fred J. and Pauline Brockman Balke. Mrs. Linss was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Cole Camp. She was a licensed practical nurse and worked as a nurse's aide at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Cole Camp, for 18 years before retiring in 1986. Survivors include a son Randy Linss, 2808 South Stewart, Sedalia; a daughter Ramona Tinney, Mora; and two granddaughters.

b: Mar 7 1898, Henry Co, MO
d: Aug 1 1931, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Mt. Zion Merchant Passes - Gaylord Lionberger Succumbs to Acute Appendicitis Saturday - Gaylord R. Lionberger died Saturday afternoon in the St. Luke's hospital in Kansas City. He was taken suddenly ill the previous Monday with acute appendicitis, and was rushed during the night to Kansas City to the hospital, where an emergency operation was performed the next morning. Although his condition was critical, it was thought he was getting along all right until a short time before his death, when he took a sudden turn for the worse, and passed into Eternity. Gaylord Lionberger was a ray of sunshine to all about him, helpfulness being his creed, as it was to him that everybody turned in times of need. Several years ago, he purchased the Nichols & Son general mercantile store at Mt. Zion, and had been a very successful merchant. His store became the meeting place for the whole countryside. He ever found time to do the errands for his neighbors, no matter how busy he might be on his trips to town. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lionberger, lived near Mound Springs. The other children had moved farther away, and Gaylord endeavored to make up to his parents for their absence, visiting them often, doing everything possible for them, brightening their home with his smile, and merry jests. He was devoted to his wife and two small daughters, and did many things to promote their happiness. He bought a pony, "Barney Google" to carry them to school each day and July 4th, brought the pony and cart to Clinton in a truck, so that the girls could participate in the American Legion celebration and parade. Nothing was too much trouble to do for them. Many will remember the pony and merry-go-round he had at the Farmer's picnic several years ago, where all the children flocked about him, lured by his happy smile and banter, making it a place of joy, for he had that quality which attracted all children, and made them happy. Gaylord was born March 7, 1898, which made him thirty-three years of age at the time of his demise. March 30, 1921, he was married to Miss Mattie Thrush, and to them were given two girls, Madeline June, age 8, and Bonny Lee, age 6. Besides these, he leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lionberger, of Mound Springs, and four brothers and two sisters, who are: Ralph T., Blairstown; Edwin, Omaha, Nebr.; Otis D., Beaumont, Tex.; Harry W., Clinton; Mrs. Carrie McCown, Coal; Mrs. Nellie Randel, Ponca City, Okla. The funeral was conducted at Mt. Zion Baptist church, where he was a regular attendant, Monday afternoon. Although he had requested that his funeral be short, there were so many people there that it took nearly an hour for them to pass for the last look at at the young man who had been such an important part of the community life at Mount Zion. They could hardly believe that he would never speak again, as his illness and death had come so suddenly. His body was brought to Englewood and laid to rest. His parents and all of his brothers and sisters were present for the funeral.

LIONBERGER, Herbert Francis
b: Sep 13 1911, Henry Co, MO
d: Jul 12 1997, Washington
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Herbert Francis Lionberger, 85, Everett, Washington, died Saturday, July 12, 1997, in Washington. Graveside services and burial will be held Saturday, July 19, in Englewood Cemetery. Herbert Lionberger was born September 13, 1911, and died on Saturday, July 12, 1997. He farmed most of his life in Morris then about 1976 he and Janet Merriman formed a business called "The Country Store" located 13 miles north of Clinton on 13 Highway. He is survived by Nancy Force in Everett, Washington, and David Lionberger, Kansas City; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.Graveside services will be on Saturday.

LIONBERGER, Lowell Thornton
b: Sep 15 1913, Henry Co, MO
d: Sep 13 1932, near Devils Lake, ND
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Norris Youth Killed - Lowell Lionberger, 19 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lionberger of Norris, was killed Saturday night when the coupe he was in was wrecked near Devils Lake, North Dakota. Five other boys of the Norris and Chilhowee communities, Karl Temple, Lyle Albin, Joe Wallace, Orville Shumake and Grover Hook, were in the car. The boys had gone to North Dakota more than a month ago to work in the harvest fields, and were returning in the Ford coupe with a rumble seat, which belonged to Orville Shumake. The coupe was demolished, minor cuts and bruises were sustained by the other occupants. Lowell is the youngest sone of Mr. and Mrs. Lionberger. He was born just south of Coal. When the new high school was opened at Norris the Lionberger family moved there, and Mr. Lionberger taught for several years in the high school. so about 15 years of Lowell's life was spent in Norris. There he went to school and was graduated in 1931 from the high school. Fortune had bestowed valuable gifts upon this young man and his was a wonderful personality, so that he made many friends. He was ambitious and always on the alert, and became quite well known during his high school years, as an athlete. He was a congenial companion, popular with all. After his gradation he had assisted his father on the farm. An inquest was held in North Dakota Monday, and the body was started home.

b: Feb 17 1917, Johnson Co, MO
d: Oct 28 1983, Columbia, Boone Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

Mrs. Mary A. Lionberger, 66, Route one, Blairstown, MO, died at the Ellis-Fischel Hospital in Columbia Friday night. She is survived by her husband, Herbert Lionberger, of the home; a son, David Lionberger, of Fall City, WA; two daughters, Mrs. Norma Howser of Jackson, MI; and Mrs. Nancy Force of Monroe, WA; two brothers, Harry Jerome of Clinton and Epperson Jerome of Blairstown; a sister, Mrs. Lucille Burford of Leeton; eight grandchildren. Funeral services were Monday at the United Methodist Church. Burial was in Englewood.

b: Sep 15 1929, Lowry City, St. Clair Co, MO
d: Oct 29 2003, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Nov 20 2003 - Maxine Lionberger was born in. Lowry City September 15, 1929, daughter of Luther Emerson and Isadore Clark Crawford. She died October 29, 2003, at her home. She graduated from Central High School in Kansas City in 1946. She was a member of the Good Hope Baptist Church. She married Bill Lionberger at Coal on May 6, 1948. Together they owned and operated Maxine's Jewelry Repair for 10 years. Preceding her in death were her parents; infant daughter Teresa Melinda Lionberger, in 1957, and one brother, Jacob Crawford. Survivors include her husband Bill, of the home; two daughters, Elaine Groff, Pensacola, Florida, and Diane Hemenway and husband, Dennis, Clinton; five granddaughters, Kim Tokarz, Trenton, New Jersey, Kara Hutchens, Pensacola, Florida, Kristin Groff, Pensacola, Florida, Amy Martinez, Clinton, Kylie Henderson, Pensacola, Florida; seven great-grandchildren. Brandon, Brett , Brittney, Lainey, Marina, Cannon, Meadow; one brother Alvin Crawford, Kansas City; plus numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held November 1 at Consalus-Bradley Chapel. Burial was in Englewood Cemetery.

LIPCAN, Esther Arlene SMITH
b: Nov 4 1943, Butler, Bates Co, MO
d: Aug 16 2006, Lee's Summit, Jackson Co, MO
Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Fairview Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Langsford Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 22 2006 - Esther Arlene Smith Lipcan, 62, daughter of Arley Franklin Smith and Esther Loraine Morgan, was born November 4, 1943, in Butler, and died suddenly Wednesday, August 16, 2006, at her home in Lee's Summit. She spent her school years attending Deepwater schools and graduated from Deepwater High School in 1961. She attended Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg. She spent her working years in Columbia, Kansas City and Richards-Gebaur AFB, working for the Department of Army and the Department of Air Force. She married Thomas Lipcan on October 8, 1966, at the First Christian Church in Warrensburg. She is survived by her husband Thomas of the home; her sister Marthabelle Leonard of Leawood, Kansas, and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her stepfather Hazel P. Morgan; her brothers, Robert Vernon Smith and Howard Smith, and her infant sister, Joan Smith. Cremation is planned and will be followed at a later date by graveside services at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Deepwater.

LIPE, Howard
b: Sep 28 1911, Dallas Co, MO
d: Apr 5 1995, near Windsor, Henry Co, MO
bur: Pittsburg Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Pittsburg, Hickory Co, MO
Hadley Funeral Home
Clinton Daily Democrat - Howard Lipe, 83, Rural Route 3, Windsor, died Wednesday, April 5, 1995, at his home. He was born September 28, 1911, in Dallas County, Missouri, south of Buffalo, the son of Albert Lipe and Laura Samantha Stafford Lipe. On July 24, 1935, south of Preston, he married Opal Lea Dorman, who survives of the home. Mr. Lipe was a happy, fun-loving husband, father and grandfather. He was the nephew of twins, the father of twins, grandfather of twins and great-grandfather of twins. Mr. Lipe and his wife, Opal, moved to California in 1936, where, during the war, he worked for the Ortho Chemical Company in Richmond, California. He worked for the company for 14 years and was plant supervisor for the last three years. Howard and Opal moved back to Missouri in 1949 and purchased a farm in Hickory County. They moved to Windsor in 1958, after the lake was put in. He worked for the Farmer's Elevator, in Windsor, for 14 years as a truck driver. He also was a farmer. He was a member of the Pittsburg Missionary Baptist Church, Pittsburg, Mo. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Cleon (Jim) Lipe, Windsor, and Leon Lipe, Kelleyville, Oklahoma; a brother, Doyle Lipe, Ventura, California; four sisters, Zelma Glenn and Mary Jane Williams, both of Pittsburg, Mo., Marjorie Chaney, Garden City, Alberta Jones, Marshfield; 11 grandchildren, eight step-grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Cleo, Barnard and Bayard; a daughter, Peggy Chapman; a grandson, Denny Don Lipe, and a granddaughter, Tonya Lea Lipe. Funeral services will be Saturday, April 8, at the Pittsburg Missionary Baptist Church, Pittsburg, Mo. Burial will be in the Pittsburg Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.

b: Sep 23 1916, Elkton, Hickory Co, MO
d: Aug 21 2002, Windsor, Henry Co, MO
bur: Pittsburg Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Pittsburg, Hickory Co, MO
Hadley Funeral Home
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 23 2002 - Opal L. Lipe, 84, Windsor, died Wednesday morning, August 21, 2002, at the Windsor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Windsor. She was born September 23, 1916, in Elkton, the daughter of Racy Wilburn Dorman and Maggie Viola (Hendrick) Dorman. On July 24, 1935, near Preston, she married James Howard Lipe, who died April 5, 1995. She was a homemaker and also worked as a certified nursing assistant at Golden Valley Hospital in Clinton for 15 years. She is survived by two sons, Jim Cleon Lipe, Windsor, and Leon Lipe, Kelleyville, Oklahoma; a sister, Mary Larkins, Auburn, California; one brother, Russell Dorman, Pittsburg; 10 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, eight great-great-grandchildren, eight step-grandchildren, numerous step-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Peggy Chapman; four grandchildren; five brothers, Clarence Noble, Leo, William Michael and Donald Wayne Dorman; five sisters, Ollie Richards, Elfie Durham, Liza Dorman, Florence Hart and Effie McGuire. Funeral services will be Saturday, August 24, at the Pittsburg Missionary Baptist Church, Pittsburg. Burial will be in the Pittsburg Missionary Baptist Cemetery, near to the church.

LIPPA, Harry Loren
b: Jul 7 1938, Wallace, ID
d: Jan 5 2008, Osceola, St. Clair Co, MO
Pleasant Mound Cemetery, Osceola Twp, St. Clair Co, MO
arr: Sheldon-Goodrich Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 23 2008 - Harry Loren Lippa was born July 7, 1938, in Wallace, Idaho, to Carmine Eugene and Monica Agnes (Carroll) Lippa. He died on January 5, 2008, at his home in Osceola, Missouri. In May 1956, Harry graduated from high school and joined the United States Navy. He served his country from 1956 until 1959 when he was honorable discharged. He reenlisted in the Missouri National Guard and retired with 23 1/2 years of service in 1998. Harry attended North Idaho Junior College form September 1959 to January 1961. In late 1968 to 1970, Harry worked for Lake City, an Army Ammunition Depot. From 1984 until 1996 Harry worked for a residential treatment center as an alcohol and drug counselor. He worked in the construction field until 1998 when he retired. After retirement he worked several years for Osceola Standard. Harry spent his leisure time attending the various Osceola sports activities and his grandchildren's activities. At the age of 62, Harry accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. In 1972, Harry was united in marriage to Vera Sue Price. To this union five children were born. Harry was preceded in death by his parents, Carmine and Monica Lippa. He is survived by his children Richard and wife Angie, Lee's Summit, and their daughter Chelsea; Anthony and his significant other Beth, Montrose, and their daughter Madilynn; Alanda Powell and husband Richie, Amsterdam, and their children Craig, Timothy and Gaven; Carmine and wife Elizabeth, Adrian, and their children Emily, Dominic and Janelle; Monica Whitham and husband Shawn, Osceola, and their children Loren, Marshal, Tia and Corey; his sister Mary Shelton and husband Bob, Spokane, Washington. He is also survived by Shannon Wood and husband Jeremy, and their children Emily, Alexis and Ian, whom he loved as his own, other relatives and many, many friends. Funeral services were Saturday, January 12, at Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel. Interment was in Pleasant Mound Cemetery.

b: Jan 23 1882, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: Oct 9 1982, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
arr: Consalus Funeral Homes

Clinton MO - The gentle spirit of Mary Ellen Lippincott took flight from mortal scenes on Saturday, October 9, 1982. Mary Ellen Ragland, daughter of Thomas and Alice Virginia Beazley Ragland, was born January 23, 1882 in Clinton, Mo. at 306 East Jefferson Street. As a young girl, she lived with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Woolfolk, and as a companion to their only daughter, Mary, who was a little her senior. While living in Clinton as a young girl, she was a member of the Baptist Church, where she taught a Sunday School class as she grew older. Her entire schooling was at Baird College on South Second Street, where she was an active, blythe and spirited student. The Woolfolk family moved to Kansas City the year she would have graduated, so she did not finish at Baird, but was perhaps its oldest student in point of years in attendance, as well as longevity. In Kansas City, she met Benjamin Harris Lippincott and in 1906 they were united in marriage at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Woolfolk, at the southwest corner of Armour Boulevard and Troost Avenue. They made their first home in Chicago, where one daughter, Jean, was born to their union. In 1914, they returned to Kansas City, where Mrs. Lippincott lived until 1967 when she came to make her home with her daughter and son-in-law in Clinton. Mrs. Lippincott had been a patient at Chastain's Nursing Home for the past five years, where she readily adjusted to its quiet life and where her daughter, Mrs. Henry F. Poague, visited her frequently. Friends who often saw her found her content, happy, smiling and adaptable, radiating good cheer, for she was thoroughly kind, never thinking ill of anyone. She was a most modest person, loved fun and laughter, and her gratitude for the smallest attention shown her brought out the best in others. Her fond and generous disposition elicted kindness from all who knew her, and her going is a void. Funeral services were conducted at the Consalus Chapel of Clinton on Monday, October 11. Burial was in Englewood Cemetery.

LISTON, Del Richard Rev.
b: Sep 25 1962, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
d: Apr 30 2005
Green Lawn Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, May 4 2005 - Reverend Del Richard Liston, 42, died Saturday, April 30, 2005. Funeral services were Wednesday, May 4, at Calhoun United Methodist Church. Funeral services will also be held in Grandview, Thursday, May 5, at Grandview United Methodist Church. Burial will be at noon in Green Lawn Cemetery, Kansas City. He was born September 25, 1962, in Kansas City, to Dan R. and Helen Liston. He was preceded in death by his father and leaves his mother, Reverend Helen Liston; siblings and spouses, Diane and Gary Williams, Dan and Ann Liston, Darin and Dana Liston and Darci and David Hildebrand; three nephews and six nieces, and many special friends, including Sharon, Ben and Brooke.

LITTLE, Clarence Otto
b: Jun 27 1913, near Doniphan, Ripley Co, MO
d: Jul 14 1997, Butler, Bates Co, MO
White Oak Cemetery, Walker Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Dickey Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Clarence Otto Little, 84, Garden City, died Monday, July 14, 1997, at Bates County Memorial Hospital, Butler. He was born June 27, 1913, near Doniphan, the son of Clem Benton and Cora Jane (Leroux) Little. On August 16, 1944, he married Geneva May Herrell in Belton, Texas. He was employed as a tool setter for Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, Independence, until his retirement in June 1979. He was an Army veteran of World War II and had lived near Creighton before moving to Garden City in 1989. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a brother, Willie Little, and two sisters, Lula Bell Mapels and Mary M. Wilson. He is survived by his wife, Geneva M. Little; a son, Herrell B. Little, and a daughter, Joyce Ann Little, all of the home; a brother Edison A. Little, Poplar Bluff, and a sister, Bertha McCarty, Doniphan; other relatives and many friends. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, July 16, at White Oak Cemetery near Urich.

LITTLE, Darrell
b: Oct 18 1926, Sumner, Chariton Co, MO
d: Jul 12 1998, Clinton, Henry Co, MO

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Darrell Little, 71, a resident of Clinton, died at Westwood Nursing Center, Clinton, on Sunday, July 12, 1998. He was born on October 18, 1926, the son of George and Ethel Wilson Little in Sumner. He was a truck driver. Before moving to Clinton, he lived in Dodge City, Kansas, for 28 years. He was an avid fisherman. He is survived by two sons, Jerry and Larry Little, both of Clinton; one brother, Jack Little of Springfield; five sisters, Anna Oden of Hale, Irene McConkey of Dodge City, Kansas, Margaret Gunther of Springfield, Mary Flores of Kansas City, Darlene Malone of Springfield; five grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be at the Lakeside Cemetery, Sumner, on Wednesday, July 15. Services by Lindley Funeral Home, Hale, MO.

LITTLE, Joyce Ann
b: Aug 28 1946, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
d: Sep 29 2010, Butler, Bates Co, MO
bur: Cremation

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Oct 11 2010 - Joyce Ann Little, 64, Garden City, died Wednesday, September 29, 2010, at Willow Lane Nursing Center, Butler. She was born August 28, 1946, in Clinton, the daughter of Clarence Otto and Geneva May (Herrell) Little. She was stricken with polio at age four and spent the majority of her life in a wheelchair. She attended grade school in Butler, some of her high school in Montrose and then finished out at Ballard High School, graduating in 1964. She is survived by her brother, Herrell Little of the home and many cousins. She was preceded in death by her father in 1997 and her mother in 2001 and many other relatives. Her paternal grandparents were Clem Benton and Cora Jane Leroux Little and her maternal grandparents were Monser Q. and Mary Lizetta Doll Herrell. There are no services. Cremation.

b: Oct 10 1920, Mindenmines, Barton Co, MO
d: Jul 13 2007, Freeburg, IL
bur: Cremation

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jul 16 2007 - Maxine W. (Hurst) Little, 86, Freeburg, Illinois, died Friday, July 13, 2007, in Freeburg Care Center, Freeburg, Illinois. She was born in Mindenmines on October 10, 1920, the daughter of Walter Hurst and Eva (Gold) Hurst. She is survived by her son Walter Little, Clinton; her daughter Marilyn (Roger) Cocke, Evansville, Indiana; grandchildren, Shannon (Mike) Hoffman, Mitch (Sandy) Mitchell, Kelly (Rex) Long, Tammy Cocke, Leslie Cocke, Chris (Rose) Chitwood, Chad (Michelle) Little; great-grandchildren, Jenny Hoffman, Jake (friend Caitlin) Hoffman, Jimmy Chitwood, Joey Chitwood, Andy (Dana) Mitchell, Taron Cocke, Drew Little, Josh Little, Brandon Little and Justin Little. She was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Helen Regenbrecht and Mary Carrington. Funeral services were Sunday, July 15, at Heil-Schuessler Funeral Home, New Athens, Illinois. Cremation

b: abt 1947
d: 2004
Taberville Cemetery, Taberville, St. Clair Co, MO
arr: Sheldon-Goodrich Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Nov 8 2004 - Mrs. Darline E. Littlejohn, 57, Clinton, died Friday, November 5, 2004, at VA Medical Center in Kansas City. Funeral services will be Wednesday, November 10, at 1 p.m. at the Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel in Osceola. Burial with military honors will be at Taberville Cemetery.

LITTON, Earl Raymond
b: Oct 20 1928, Marshall, Saline Co, MO
d: May 30 2000, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Stover Cemetery, Stover, Morgan Co, MO
arr: Vansant-Mills Funeral Home

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jun 15 2000 - Earl Raymond Litton, son of Paul and Virgie Davenport Litton, was born October 20, 1928, in Marshall and died Tuesday, May 30, 2000, at Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton. Earl was a career service man and was in the Marines, the National Guard, Army and Army Reserve. He was a Chief Warrant Officer Four and was with the Medical Unit Army Reserve in Kansas City. He was a member of the VFW Post 1894, the Elks and the Eagles, all in Clinton. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Charles and his wife, Shirley B. Litton. He is survived by his wife, Norma, of the home; one son, Ron Litton of Olathe, Kansas; two daughters, Reva Bond of Atlantic Beach, Florida, and Carla Figg of Lee's Summit; one step-daughter, Gay Marriott of Versailles; six grandchildren, Lara Litton, Ashley Litton, Ryan Figg, Nichole Figg, Jessica Kapke and Kelly Kapke; three step-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Vansant-Mills Chapel on Friday, June 2. Burial was in the Stover Cemetery, Stover.

b: 1953
d: 2003

Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Oct 29 2003 - Jean Ann Liu, the daughter of Ralph E. and Mary Frances (Bentler) Clary, was born on November 30, 1953, in Appleton City. She died at the Eighth Street Group Home in Huntsville, Alabama, on October 18, 2003, at the age of 49 years. Jean Ann graduated from Montrose High School in 1972. She married Dennis Liu on December 13, 1973. Out of this union three children were born. They resided in Hollywood, California, and in 1979 she returned to Clinton to raise her children. In 2002, she moved to Huntsville, Alabama, to be closer to her daughter and grandsons. She was a member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Huntsville, Alabama. She was preceded in death by her mother; two infant brothers, Robert and Joseph Clary, and nephew, Caleb Clary. She is survived by her father; three children, Jarcia Kosinski and husband Paul, Huntsville, Alabama, Marcia Kantola and husband Matt, Columbia, and Joseph Liu, Springfield; three brothers, John Clary, Columbia, William Clary, Friendswood, Texas, and Fr. Michael Clary, Lee's Summit; one sister, Maureen McAvoy of Ledyard, Connecticut, and four grandchildren, Michael and Anthony Kosinski and Jordan and Brayden Kantola. The Mass of Christian Burial was held at Holy Rosary Catholic Church on Friday, October 24, at 7 p.m. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery in Montrose. Fr. Michael Clary presided at the Mass and burial.

b: Dec 23 1909, Joplin, Jasper Co, MO
d: Nov 16 2001, Tulsa, OK
Englewood Cemetery LA-LY, Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton Daily Democrat, Nov 20 2001 - Vera Elizabeth Briggle Livingston, beloved mother and grandmother, died on November 16, 2001, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, surrounded by her family. Mrs. William Frederick Livingston was born December 23, 1909, in Joplin, the daughter of William Jacob and Lillian Edwards Briggle. The family moved to Texas in 1922 and she graduated from high school in the city of Fort Worth. She graduated from William Woods College at Fulton and was a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the National Honorary Sorority for Junior Colleges. She then attended Draughon's Business College in Wichita Falls, Texas. She was married to William Frederick Livingston November 23, 1929, in the First Presbyterian Church of Lawton, Oklahoma. They spent their entire married life in Clinton, in the red brick home they built at 208 East Wilson. They were the parents of two daughters, Elizabeth Ann Rock, who died August 23, 1976, and Sara Avery (Sally), now Mrs. James Carol Hickman of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Elizabeth was preceded in death by Fred April 8, 1978. She was an active, lifelong member of the Presbyterian Church, sang in the choir, worked with youth groups and was an elder/deacon. She was president of the Washington School PTA, worked diligently with the Camp Fire Girls in several offices, including the presidency. She was a member of the Ladies Cemetery Association, secretary of the Englewood Cemetery Board, a board member of the Englewood Cemetery Perpetual Fund, early member of the Artesian Park Board and a charter member of the Clinton Country Club. She was an enthusiastic worker in the Ladies Bridge Association and was president of the Wednesday Club for many years. A member of the golden valley Hospital Auxiliary, she worked in the gift shop. Her interest were many and varied. She loved people. She is survived by daughter, Sarah Avery Hickman and husband, James Carol Hickman of Tulsa, Oklahoma; three grandchildren, Susan Avery Comfort and Michael James Hickman of Tulsa, and Robert Livingston Rock of Clinton, and two great-grandchildren, Sara-Margaret Avery Comfort and Emily Elizabeth Comfort of Tulsa, and a sister, Frances Ann Campbell of Dallas, Texas. Her sweet nature and loving ways are an enduring legacy that will live on forever in those who knew and loved her. We will miss her. Godspeed. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Tuesday, November 20, at First Presbyterian Church, Clinton. Burial was in Englewood Cemetery.


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