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Ottawa County: Miami

Miami Record-Herald

November 23, 1917

James Albert BROWN, died Sunday morning, burial at Galena. He died of Miner's consumption at age 49.
Survived by wife and son.

W.H. REED, 78, died at the home of daughter, Mrs. George SOUTHERLAND, northwest of Miami Monday. He was a Vet of the Civil War.
He is survived by two sons, G.A. REED of Miami and L.O. REED of St. Louis.

Bride 70, Groom 74
C.L. ANDREWS, citizen of Grove to wed Tuesday to Mrs. Rachel G. RUGGLES of Miami.

Allison POE, son of A.W. POE, age 13 years, 10 months, died Sunday.

December 13, 1918

Four marriage licenses issued by the Court Clerk's office Saturday, two of the couples being married by County Judge N.C. BARRY.
The couples married at the courthouse were:
Arthur REED, 19 years old, and Miss Francis CLEMENTS, 19 , both of Tar River.
Roger SURIG, 32 years old, and Miss Mabel FITZPATRICK,20, both of Tar River.
The other couples to whom marriage licenses were granted are;
C.C. WITHERS, 48, and Mrs. Fay COONS, 37, both of Picher.
John WISE, 37, and Mrs. Gertrude SILER, 36, both of Picher.

Submitted by Ralph Reed

January 12, 1923.

Wife Asks $30,000 For Death Of Husband
A suit to obtain $30,000 damages was filed in district court here Tuesday by Mrs. Flora REED against the Montezuma Mining Company, as the result of an accident in the concentration plant near Cardin December 17, 1922, which is alleged to have caused the death of James S. REED, husband of the plaintiff. According to the petition, Mrs. REED charges that her husband was caught by an unguarded line shaft and pully in the Montezuma mill and thrown to the floor with such force as to inflict injuries which caused his death a week later.  Mrs. REED states in the petition that her husband was the sole support of herself and three minor children.

Submitter's Note:These are my great-great grandparents. I have the court papers with Flora settling out of court in the amount of $3,500.00. Two of the minor children, I can not find out anything on. Names were Chelora and Ruth. Chelora was born in 1914 and Ruth was born in 1911.
Submitted by Ralph Reed

November 1926

Veteran Mining Man Succumbs at Age 63- Funeral at 2:30 Tuesday
Commerce, Nov. 8 - (Special)

Jasper Newton CLEMENTS, veteran field employee of the Commerce Mining and Royalty company and one of the pioneers in the Ottawa County mining district, died at 9 o'clock Sunday morning at his home -312 South Vine street, Commerce. He was 63 years old. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Hattie CLEMENTS; one son, Jessie CLEMENTS of Commerce, and four daughters, Mrs. Mildred WEDDINGTON, Mrs. Myrtle STEVENS and Mrs. Francis REED all of Commerce, and Mrs. Lorraine KENNEDY of Cardin. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. J.M. HUTTON and Mrs. Hattie FISHER, both of Joplin, and 18 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
The funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Commerce Christian church. The Rev. A.P. Cameron, pastor of the First Christian church of Miami, will speak. The Odd Fellows, of which Mr. CLEMENTS was a member, will have part in service. Burial will be in the G.A.R. cemetery under direction of the Mitchelson Undertaking company.

Submitter's Note: This is my great-great grandfather.
Submitted by Ralph Reed

Miami Record-Herald

Monday, October 17, 1932

Listing was in a "Tidbits" column called: Picher Items
[note: the surname DeMeir is how it is spelled in the item]
Joseph DeMeir of Picher Dies at 71
Picher, Oct 17--Joseph DEMEIR, 71 years old died at 1 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of his son John DEMEIR, 116 South Frisco Street. Death was due to infirmities of advanced years. Mr DEMEIR had lived in Picher many years. He came here from southeast Missouri.
He is survived by three sons, John DEMEIR of Picher, Fred DEMIER of Miami, and Joe DEMEIR of Bonne Terre, MO.
The body was sent to Bonne Terre last night by the Todd Undertaking company for burial.
This obit was originally requested by: TKey247116@aol.com
Submitted by Nalora Burns vashti@theshop.net

Miami Daily News-Record

May 15, 1940

, 80 years old, died at 5 a.m. today at his farm home, four miles south of Wyandotte. He was found dead in his bed.
Survivors include his wife, four daughters, Mrs. Gladys POWELL of Wyandotte, Mrs Maude BLATCHFORD of Tulsa, Mrs. Effie McCULLUM of Nowata, and Mrs. Ivy BOWDEN of Bartlesville; two sons, Clarence POWELL of Albuquerque, N.M. and Carl POWELL of Wyandotte; a brother, Del POWELL of Washington state, and a sister, Mrs. Lillia WEEKS of Kansas City.
Funeral arrangements will be completed by the Lane Funeral Home.
Family Research by Don Tharp detharp@feist.com

Mrs. Eda FUNKHOUSER, wife of C.H. FUNKHOUSER, died Tuesday afternoon at her home, four miles west of Fairland.
She is survived by her husband; two sons, Guy and Glenn, and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted at 10 o'clock Thursday morning at the home, with the Rev. John ELLIOTT officiating. Burial will be in Hallett, Okla., with the Campbell Funeral Home in charge.

Lana FERRILL, 47 years old, died at Picher hospital at 5:15 o'clock this morning.
He is survived by one brother, Charley FERRILL, and one sister, Mrs. Mellie NASH, both of Peoria.
Funeral services will be held at the Pentecostal church at Peoria at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, the Rev. Frank CAPTAIN officiating.
Burial will be at Seneca, MO under the direction of the Jack H. TODD Funeral Home.

May 16, 1940

Mrs. Marie Jane SULLIVAN, 70 years old, was found dead in bed at her home, 210 North Netta street at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Anna BLACK of Picher and Mrs. Ollie BENTON of Joplin; two sister, Mrs. Emma NIXON and Mrs. Ross DENNING of of Oxford, Ill,. seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the First Baptist church, the Rev. W.A. EVANS officiating.
Burial was made in Forest Park, Joplin, under the direction of the Durnil Funeral home.

Everett Ed MORELAND, 50 years old, died at his home, 302 North Treece street at 3:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
He is survived by his wife, Marie, four sons, Arnold, Ace Lee, and Billy Ray all of Picker and Archal of Seneca, MO., and seven daughters, Mrs. Pauline GREEN of Seneca, MO; Mrs. Maxine THOMPSON of Tucson, Ariz.; Mrs. Fern SERIDGE, Seneca, MO; MRs. Alice Jean KIDWELL, Miami, and Genevieve, Imogene and Billy Ann MORELAND of Picker and seven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the Free Will Baptist church at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, the Rev. James DAVIS officiating. Burial will be made at Seneca, MO under direction of Durnil Funeral Home.

Funeral services for J.W. POWELL, 80 years old, who died yesterday at his farm home near Wyandotte, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Sycamore chapel. The Rev. CRAWFORD will officiate. Burial will be under direction of the Lane Funeral Home.
Family Research by Don Tharp detharp@feist.com

Mrs. Rebecca DODD, 79 years old, died early today at her home, 133 J. street northwest. Until a year ago, when she moved here, Mrs. DODD had resided at Joplin for 39 years. She was a member of the Methodist church.
Surviving are two sons, Ola DODD of Joplin and Oscar DODD of Orens, Cal.; a brother, W.K. LITTLE of Joplin, and seven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Holiness church. The Rev. E.L. HOLLAND will officiate. Burial will be in Williams Cemetery under direction of the Lane Funeral home.

Miami News-Record
March 7, 1950;
page 3, column 2

Final rites for Mrs. Ivy [(Iva)(Mae)-PRICE-]SMITH, who succumbed Sunday in a Vinita hospital, will be held Wednesday afternoon, beginning at 2 o’clock, in the chapel of the Cooper Funeral home. The Rev. M. R. DAREING will officiate. Burial will be in the Williams Cemetery, west of Miami, (OK).

A former Miamian, Mrs. Hattie S. SHANNON, died early Monday at her home in Los Angeles. She moved to California in 1986 after residing in Miami 25 years. Her husband was H. L. SHANNON, Miami attorney who died in 1926. When living here, Mrs. SHANNON was active in Presbyterian Church work and county and state WCTU activities. She is survived by a daughter, Myra SHANNON of Los Angeles; four sons, Roscoe of Los Angeles; George of Amarillo, Tex.; Marion of Kansas City, Mo., and Homer, New York City. Graveside rites will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock in GAR cemetery. The Rev. Marry W. CURTIS will officiate. Interment will be under direction of the Cooper Funeral home.

Miami News-Record
July 8, 1951;
 page ?1, column 2

Funeral services for Mrs. Lydia Jane MATTHEWS, pioneer Fairland resident who died Friday, will be held at 2:30 p.m. today at the Fairland Methodist church. The Rev. Horace MUDD will officiate.
Pallbearers will be Revis and Manford MATTHEWS, Paul MONTGOMERY, Ralph GREEN, Billy FURLONG and Junior, Springwater. Burial will be in Fairland cemetery under direction of the Cooper Funeral home of Fairland.

William M. SMITH, 74 years old, died at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Mae Bright rest home, 608 A Street Southeast, Miami. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mary Jane [(SMITH)-JOHNSTON)] Johnson [-spell error], and a twin sister, Mrs. Emma Mienen, both of Butler, MO., and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9P30 a.m. Monday in the chapel of the Cooper Funeral home with the Rev. Harry W. CURTIS officiating. Burial will be in the Butler cemetery.

Mrs. Hanna Webber, 71-year-old, long-time Fairland resident, died at her home in Fairland at 8 o’clock Saturday evening. Mrs. WEBBER is survived by three daughters; Mrs. Bob GARRETT and Mrs. Luther LIVINGSTON, both of Borger, Tex.; one brother, Willie RIGGS of Claremore; seven grandchildren and one great-grand-child. The body was received by the Cooper Funeral Home of Fairland. Funeral arrangements are incomplete

the 5 obits above were transcribed and submitted by
Janice Marie-Johnston-Werner-Wisely jwisely@isp.com 
Submitter's Note - I took some liberties to make some corrections in the SMITH articles.
William M Smith was taken to Butler, MO for interment by my Aunt Emma SMITH-MIENEN and by my mother Mary Jane SMITH-JOHNSTON. This was over 50 years ago; and, she has no memory of the cemetery (there are over 40 in the Bates County).
My “Aunt Emma” passed away in 1961 and is said to buried at (I just found out) Oak Hill Cemetery in Butler, MO; but, there is no record of William M Smith or their obituaries. Emma SMITH-MIENEN may have four daughters; Mrs. Dale CAMPBELL, Mrs. M. J. FENNEY (spelling not clear), Clarence OVERMAN, and Mrs. Carl Wallace.
I would love to hear from anyone looking for a SMITH-PRICE-HUFFORD-JOHNSTON-WEAVER-HUCKABEE-BAGSBY connection.

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