Haguewood, Clyde E., d. 1929 - Halbrook, Daniel Ward, d. 1985

 

Haguewood, Clyde E. 1885 - 19 Jan 1929 CCR 24 Jan 1929

[Note; Son of William Judson & Emeline Caroline (Young) Haguewood; married Minnie]

The Monday morning edition of the Kansas City Times carried a notice of the death of Clyde E. Haguewood aged 43 years, who passed away Saturday, January 19th, at Tulsa, Oklahoma, after a very few days illness. Besides his wife, Mrs. Minnie Haguewood, of the home, 2557 Gillham Road, Kansas City, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Herbert E. Swain of Leavensworth, Kansas; his father, W. J. Haguewood, Ozark; three brothers. Ross Haguewood, Evergreen, Colo.; Fred Haguewood, 2611 Campbell, Kansas City; Spurgeon Haguewood, Denver, Colo.; five sisters, Mrs. R. L. Shuey, 2429 Jackson Ave., Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. C. E. Sandeson and Mrs. Guy Jones, Springfield, Mo. And Mrs. Harry C. Smith and Mrs. Frank Forrester of Ozark. Funeral services were conducted Monday at 2:30 p.m. from the Lindsey Funeral Home, 3811 Broadway, Kansas City. Interment in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Mrs. Forrester left for Kansas City in response to a telegram. Mr. Haguewood left Ozark about twenty years ago.

 

Haguewood, Emery E. Jan 1886 - 22 Jan 1961  CCR 26 Jan 1961 p4

[Note: Son of James Madison & Mary M. (Tuttle) Haguewood]

Emery E. Haguewood, 75, 1424 East Sunshine, Springfield, died at 4:30 a.m. Sunday in Mercy Hospital. Mr. Haguewood, born in Christian County, had lived in Springfield for more than 50 years. He was a Frisco employee for 30 years and at one time, was reporter for Frisco magazine. He served for three years in the Army during the Philippine occupation. He was a member of the Hopedale Baptist Church and of the Woodmen of the World. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. W. H. Mercer of the home, a son, Arnold of Anaheim, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. J. A. Jones of Ozark and Mrs. Pearl Eoff of Springfield; a brother, Walter W. Haguewood of Nixa; and a grandson. The Jewell E. Windle Funeral Home will have charge of arrangements Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock followed by burial in the White Chapel Cemetery.

 

Haguewood, Esther Louise (Stephenson) 21 Jan 1919 - 28 Oct 2008 SN-L 31 Oct 2008

[Note: Daughter of Noah & Goldie (Redman) Stephenson; married 8 Feb 1940 Paul James Haguewood 12 Aug 1910 - 15 Mar 1982]

Louise Haguewood, 89, of Nixa, Mo., passed away Tuesday, October 28, 2008, after a short hospital stay. She was born January 21, 1919, to Noah and Goldie Stephenson. She lived most of her life in the Nixa area. On February 8, 1940, she married Paul Haguewood. They were married 42 years until he passed away in 1982. Louise was a very kind person who loved her family and touched the lives of everyone she met. She loved the Lord and her church. She lived life to it's fullest. She loved the outdoors and farming with Paul. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Haguewood; brother Clell Stephenson; and sister, Inez McCurdy. She is survived by a sister, Josephine Evans of Springfield; sister-in-law Ruth Stephenson of Clinton; and nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Visitation and  funeral services will be held in the Church of Christ at 313 N. Main in Nixa, Mo. Visitation will be Sunday, November 2, 2008, from 2 to 4 p.m. Funeral services will be Monday, November 3, 2008, at 10 a.m. She will be missed greatly by all her family and friends. Online condolences may be made at www.klingner-cope.com.

 

Haguewood, Ford R. 4 Nov 1904 - 22 Feb 1980 OH 28 Feb 1980 p9

[Note: Son of  Major Clarence & Macie Thomas (Canard) Haguewood; married Flo Roper 4 Feb 1906 - 1 Dec 1984]

Services were held Sunday for Ford Haguewood, 75, lifelong resident and for 48 years a pharmacist here, who died last Friday at his home after a long illness. Officiants were the Rev. Robert Shank and the Rev. Kenneth Diehl. Burial was in Linden Cemetery. Mr. Haguewood started at age 14 to work in the Hixson Drug Store and later became its manager and owner. He retire in 1973. He was a member of the Ozark First Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Flo and son, John, both of Ozark; one brother, Ward, Ozark; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Kaufman and Mrs. Lola Foster, both of Ozark and two grandchildren.

 

Haguewood, Gussie M. (Anderson) 22 May 1903 - 16 Mar 1977 OH 24 Mar 1977 p2

[Note: Daughter of  James B. & Amanda (Page) Anderson; married Ward C. Haguewood 19 Jan 1901 - 29 Mar 1980]

HOLLISTER - Mrs. Gussie M. Haguewood, 72, Hollister, died at 2:10 a.m. Thursday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield after a short illness. A native of Christian County, she was a former Springfield resident where she attended Drury College. Mrs. Haguewood was graduated from Southwest Missouri State College and did graduate studies at the University of Colorado. For several years, she was a teacher in Christian County school, and for a time worked at a former Missouri health and welfare office in Springfield. She retired in 1955 and moved to this area in 1973. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, Branson First Baptist Church, Skaggs Community Hospital Auxiliary and the Taney Hills Library Club. Survivors include her husband, Ward; two daughters, Mrs. Jan Flood, Tulsa and Mrs. Marian Haguewood, Denver; a brother, Grantz Anderson of Ozark; three sisters, Mrs. Martha Susan Flood and Mrs. Pauline Seals, both of Ozark and Miss Mary Ellen Anderson, Springfield; and three grandchildren. Services were at 2 p.m. Friday in Harris Chapel, Ozark with the Rev. Bruce C. Maples officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery

 

Haguewood, Howard Judson 14 Sep 1922 - 26 Mar 2009 SN-L 29 Mar 2009

[Note: Son of Judson & Myrtle (Fox) Haguewood; married 10 Jun 1951 Oliva “Libby” Haguewood]

Howard Judson Haguewood, 86, of Bois D'Arc, passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2009. He was born on September 14, 1922, to Judson and Myrtle (Fox) Haguewood, in Ozark, Mo. Howard served in the Army during World War II in North Africa, Germany and France, and did reconnaissance behind enemy lines. Howard married Oliva "Libby" on June 10, 1951. His careers were farming and carpentry. Howard enjoyed fishing and spending time with his family. Preceding Howard in death were his parents. He is survived by his wife; four children, Yvonne Williford, Larry Haguewood and wife, Teresa, James Haguewood, and Cheryl McCafferty and spouse, Tim Riley; eight grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and two brothers, William "Bill" and Orien Earl Haguewood. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 1, 2009, at 9:30 .m., in Klingner-Cope Family Funeral Home at Rivermonte, with interment in Missouri Veteran's Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, 2009, in the chapel at Rivermonte. Online personal condolences may be made at www.klingnerfuneralhom e.com.

 

Haguewood, James Madison 3 Jul 1828 - 24 Jan 1913 CCR 31 Jan 1913 p1

[Note: married 1 Nov 1854 Mary M. Tuttle 29 Jun 1826 - 22 Jun 1927; 1850 Macon County MO census has James M. Haguewood b 1828 NC & Robert W. Haguewood b 1823 NC in same district - Macon Co probate 115A with F. C. Haguewood, Adm, - Also Nancy (Haguewood) Winn b 1826 married 1844 possible kin?]

At his home west of Ozark, Friday, January 24th, 1913, Mr. J. M. Haguewood aged about 85 yeas. Funeral services were conducted Saturday by Rev, Baucom and the remains buried in the Richwood cemetery. Mr. Haguewood was an old resident of Christian county and leaves a long line of relatives and friends to mourn his departure. He had been a consistent member of the Baptist church for 62 years.

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Haguewood, James Madison 3 Jul 1828 - 24 Jan 1913 CCR 31 Jan 1913

Obituary and Biographical Sketch of J. M. Haguewood, Deceased.

James M. Haguewood was born in South Carolina, July 1, 1828. While yet a child, he emigrated with his parents to East Tennessee where he grew to manhood. At the age of 21 years, he was converted and Baptized into the fellowship of the Baptist church. Later he came to North Missouri, settling in Macon County, where he united with the Mt. Salem Baptist church by letter. On November 1, 1854, he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Tuttle. To this happy union were born 12 children, six sons and six daughters. In 1856, largely through the influence of Brother Haguewood, another church was organized about 12 miles south of Mt. Salem, called New Salem; where this good man and wife became members, and where Bro. Haguewood was ordained deacon. In 1871, he moved with his family to Southwest Missouri settling in Christian county on a farm three and one half miles west of Ozark where he spent most of the remaining years and where he was living at the time of his death. Bro. Haguewood always carried his Christian influence with him, became a member and Deacon in the Ozark Baptist church; but later seeing the need of a church organization in his own immediate neighborhood, he used his influence to that end until the Richwood Baptist church was organized in 1879, to which he and his good wife became charter members and where he had the happy experience of seeing all of his children converted and baptized into the fellowship of the church. About the middle of January 1913, he was taken with LaGrippe which developed into pneumonia. On the 19, messages were sent to his children who hastened to his beside and there remained administering to his comfort and doing all in their power to stay the ruthless hand of death, until on the morning of January 24, God called his spirit home at the age of 84 years, 6 months and 21 days. Brother Haguewood’s life was filled with good work. He was a faithful and devoted christian for 63 years; a loving companion to the wife of his youth until they had passed their 58th wedding anniversary together; a dutiful father, a kind and obligating neighbor. In his death, sister Haguewood has lost her best earthly friend; his children their safest counselor and the church their most faithful member. Brother Haguewood is survived by his faithful wife, three sons and five daughters, three children dying in infancy and one, J. L. Haguewood having died 23 years ago, a resident of this county. Those surviving are: Mrs. Lizzie Estes, Mrs. Laura Witsaman, W. J. Haguewood and Luverna Givens of Springfield, Mo., Mrs. Willie Young of Frederick, Okla., J. E. Haguewood and Mrs. Dosha Wasson of Christian County, Mo., also 50 living grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. The funeral services were held at the Richwood Baptist Church January 25, 1913, conducted by Rev. D. T. Baucom of Highlandville, Mo. in an impressive and affecting manner, attended by a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends. The body was laid away in the Richwood cemetery there to await the resurrection morn. The form alone is all, thank God, That to the grave is given, For we know thy soul, the better part, Is Safe, yes, safe in heaven,

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Haguewood, James Madison 3 Jul 1828 - 24 Jan 1913 CCR 31 Jan 1913

Card of Thanks

We take this method of thanking our neighbors and friends, who so kindly assisted us during the sickness and burial of our husband and father, J. M. Haguewood, and we especially thank Dr. Bruton for his skillful and devoted attention.  The Family.

[April Robbins Wed Nov 4 1998 I am seeking info on the family of Oscar Dunreth WINN b. 1822/TN, who married Nancy HAGUEWOOD (b 1826) in 1844 in Sumner Co TN.

They were in Macon Co MO on the 1850 census, but were back in TN (Henderson and Tipton Co's) by 1861 to after 1870. Sometime after that Oscar and family (Nancy d. before Aug 23 in 1870/Tipton TN) migrated to various counties in TX. Oscar d. in Collin Co. TX, ca 1911. I am especially interested in finding out if the ancestor, James Robert WINN, son of said WINN, b May 1861 was actually born in MO or TN. I would also like info on Nancy Haguewood’s parents or other kin who may have been the John and Lewis HAGUEWOOD who purchased land in Macon Co. 1843, 1848, 1852. Posted by: April Robbins Date: November 01, 1998

Greetings All: I posted an earlier message (see below)and I believe I may have found the ancestry of James Robert WINN. It is highly probable that he was the son of Oscar Dunreth WINN b April 1822 or Dec 1821/Sumner Co TN and Nancy HAGUEWOOD (m 10-17-1844 in Sumner Co).

The line of Oscar WINN seems, from the data I have found thus far, to be somewhat documented back to (unknown first name) WINN b ca late 1600s who had a son, Daniel WINN b 1715/VA and d 1799 Lunenburg Co VA>Erasmus WINN b ca 1750/Prince George VA>Woodson WINN b 1788/Lunenburg VA>Oscar Dunreth WINN. The Oscar Dunreth WINN family was where? in 1850 census (haven't had a chance to check yet--but might have been in unknown county MO), in TN ("Hn" county--Henderson?--can't find my atlas right now and only checked the printed out census index to date, not original census page) in 1860, in 1870/Tipton Co TN, 1880 can't locate yet, and in 1900 Oscar WINN was 78 years old in Collin Co TX, living as a boarder with SLATER, William H. According to data I found, Oscar d 1911/Collin Co TX. Apparently Oscar WINN and family migrated to unknown county MO between 1850 and 1861 when the following children were b there (according to 1870 census): Alonzo, L. John, Alexander, and (James) Robert; by 1864 they were back in TN when a daughter, A. Nancy was b. Another son, L. William b 1848 was b in TN and the 1870 census lists him living with his father and family and states he is a physician. Data I have states that Oscar's wife, Nancy HAGUEWOOD, d before Aug 23 in 1870.Thus, if this is indeed MY James Robert WINN, b May 1861, he may have been born in MO, not TN or TX. If anyone has knowledge about these WINN folks, PLEASE drop me a line as I am anxious to verify this info. April Robbins

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. I am seeking the parents of James Robert WINN b 1861/TN or TX who m Elizabeth Alice CHAPMAN 1886/Ellis Co TX. Their children were Effie Marie Reth/Reath WINN b 1888/Palo Pinto Co TX, Willie T and Robert Lee born shortly thereafter in TX. James WINN d 1894/TX (info I found states he is buried in Old Cemetery, Hillsboro, TX) and his widow remarried to Edward CHISM in TX shortly thereafter. Does anyone know these families in Macon?

Any info would be appreciated.]

 

Haguewood, John Dale 30 Apr 1930 - 16 Jun 1999  CCH-N 23 Jun 1999

[Note: Son of Ford R. & Flo (Roper) Haguewood; married Nancy; there‘s a 21 Feb 1986 marriage in CCM of a John Dale Hague wood & a Saundra Lee Ignitron - apparently a different person, same name]

John Dale Haguewood, age 69, of Springfield, found eternal rest with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, June 16, 1999. John was born on April 30, 1930 in Ozark to the late Ford R. and Flo Roper Haguewood. He was a graduate of Ozark High School and attended both Drury and Southwest Missouri State University. While at SMSU he was a member Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. After college, John enlisted in the Coast Guard and upon completion of service returned later to Ozark. He and his wife, Nancy, owned and operated Hixson Drug Store through the mid 70's. John was an avid Arkansas Razorback fan: He and Nancy missed very few razorback home games while their two sons, Mark and Steven, were students at the U of A. His love of the Razorbacks continued throughout the rest of his life. John as a lover of life, a "spinner of yarns" and never met a stranger. He had an incomparable knack for always livening up a crowd and seeing humor in all situations. During his semi-retirement he worked part-time at Bass Pro Shops in the gun department. John had a deep and biding love for his family and especially for his grandchildren. He was a Christian and a member of the Methodist Church in Ozark. He is survived by his wife, Nancy, of the home; son and daughter-in-law, Mark and Martha and grandchildren Jonathan and Amanda of Fayetteville, AR, and son and daughter-in-law Steven and Cathy and grandchildren Lindsey and Lauren of Tulsa, OK. Visitation celebrating John's life was held on Friday evening from 7-8 p.m. in the United Methodist Church on McCracken Road in Ozark. Funeral services was held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Burial was in Linden Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or American Heart Association.

 

Haguewood, Leslie James 23 Nov 1936 - 1 Jan 2007 SN-L 3 Jan 2007 & CCH-N 10 Jan 2007

[Note: Son of Clarence & Lucy Emma (Page) Haguewood; married 26 Sep 1959 Evelyn Sue Hatfield]

Leslie James Haguewood, age 70, of Reeds Spring, passed away Monday, January 1, 2007. He was born November 23, 1936, in Nixa, the son of Clarence and Lucy Emma (Page) Haguewood. On September 26, 1959, he and Evelyn Sue Hatfield were united in marriage. Mr. Haguewood was a member of Friend Masonic Lodge #352 and Order of the Eastern Star in Ozark and the Abou Ben Adhem Shrine in Springfield. He was a member of the James River Chapel Church of Christ in Nixa. Survivors include his wife Evelyn Haguewood, Reeds Spring; a son, Lee Haguewood, Springfield; a daughter, Janie Ott and husband, Tim, Joplin; a grandson, Aaron Gaither and wife, Sarah; and a granddaughter, Emma Gaither. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 4, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Victor Horton officiating. Burial will follow in Richwood Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today in the funeral home.

 

Haguewood, Lonnie 12 May 1897 - 13 Jun 1911 CCR 16 Jun 1911

[Note: Son of  John E. & Lydia A. "Jackson" (Young) Haguewood]

At about two o’clock a.m. Tuesday Lonnie, the 13-year-old son of John Haguewood, living just southeast of town on the Neal place, died of typhoid fever. He was buried Tuesday afternoon in the Richwoods cemetery. The funeral was under the direction of the Ozark Merc. Co. and services were conducted by Rev. J. L. Henry and G. E. Turner.

 

Haguewood, Lucy Emma (Page) 2 Jul 1913 - 29 Jul 2003 SN-L 2 Aug 2003 & CCH-N

[Note: Daughter of Hubert C. & Janie (Cline) Page; married 28 Nov 1934 Clarence Leslie Haguewood 6 Nov 1913 - 15 Feb 1995]

Lucy (Page) Haguewood, age 90, of Nixa, passed away Tuesday, July 29, 2003 in Ozark Riverview Manor. She was born July 2, 1913 in Ozark, the daughter of Hubert and Janie (Cline) Page. She was a graduate of Ozark High School and married Clarence Haguewood in 1934. Mrs. Haguewood and her husband farmed together for many years. She was a charter member of James River Chapel Church of Christ, and was a member of O.E.S. Ozark Chapter #98. Survivors include a son and his wife, Leslie and Evelyn Haguewood, Nixa; two grandchildren, Janie Haguewood Ott and her husband, Tim, Joplin, and Lee Haguewood, Springfield; two great grandchildren, Aaron and Emma; and a brother, Lee Page and his wife, Dixie, Ozark. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, two brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 2, 2003 in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Rev. Victor Horton officiating. Burial will follow in Richwood Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home with an Eastern Star service at 7:30 p.m.

 

Haguewood, Macie Thomas (Canard) 11 Sep 1873 - 15 Jun 1964  CCR 18 Jun 1964 p1

[Note: Daughter of Montgomery & Mary E. (Chapman) Canard; married 18 Feb 1900 Major Clarence Haguewood]

Mrs. Macie T. Haguewood, 90, died at 10:20 p.m. Monday at her home in Ozark after a long illness. She was a lifelong resident of Ozark and a member of the First Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Major, of the home; two sons, Ford of Ozark and Ward of Republic; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Kaufman, of the home and Mrs. Lola Foster of Strafford; one brother, John Canard, Ozark; one sister, Mrs. Patsy Woody, Independence; five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Harris Chapel with the Rev. William T. White and the Rev. Paul Ray officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery.

 

Haguewood, Major Clarence 20 Sep 1876 - 27 Jun 1966 CCR 30 Jun 1966 p1

[Note: Son of James Madison & Mary M. (Tuttle) Haguewood; married 18 Feb 1900 Macie Thomas Carnard 11 Sep 1873 - 15 Jun 1964]

Major C. Haguewood, 89, of Ozark died in the Bilyeu Nursing Home here at 9:40 Monday night. Mr. Haguewood was a retired farmer and a lifelong resident of the Ozark community. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and Friend Lodge No. 352, A. F. & A. M. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lola Foster, Strafford and Mrs. Mary Kaufman, Ozark; two sons, Ford R. Haguewood of Ozark and Ward Haguewood of Republic; five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 o’clock this afternoon in the Harris Chapel here with the Rev, Allen Harrison and the Rev. Frank Stark officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery under direction of Harris.

 

Haguewood, Mary M. (Tuttle) 29 Jun 1836 - 22 Jun 1927 CCR 30 Jun 1927 p8

[Note: Daughter of Pleasant & Celia (Green) Tuttle; married 1 Nov 1854 Macon Co MO James Madison Haguewood 3 Jul 1828 - 24 Jan 1913; no MO DC found]

Mrs. Mary Haguewood, aged 91 years, died late last week at the home of a daughter in Springfield. Funeral services were held on Saturday, June 24th with burial in the Richwood cemetery under the direction of B. C. Klepper.

 

Haguewood, Mary Malinda (Estes) Nov 1853 - 21 Feb 1924 CCR 29 Feb 1924 p1

[Note: Daughter of  William Green & Malinda (Pence) Estes; married 9 Oct 1879 CCM  James S. Haguewood 1856 - 1890]

Mrs. Mary Haguewood departed this life February 21, 1924, aged 70 years at the home of Walter Haguewood, her son, three and one half miles northeast of Nixa. Funeral services were held February 22nd at Richwood at 2:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. A. S. Hanks with burial in the Richwood Cemetery by T. B. Chaffin of the Ozark Undertaking Company.

 

Haguewood, Paul James 12 Aug 1910 - 15 Mar 1982 OH 18 Mar 1982 p12

[Note: Son of Walter William & Sarah Agnes “Sadie” (Amos) Haguewood; married 28 Feb 1940 CCM  Esther Louise Stephenson 21 Jan 1919 - 28 Oct 2008]

Services for Paul J. Haguewood, 71, Route 1, Nixa, were held March 17 in the Harris Funeral Chapel in Nixa with James Baysinger officiating. Burial was in the Payne Cemetery in Nixa. Mr. Haguewood died March 15 in his home after a long illness. A lifelong resident of Christian and Greene counties, he was a dairy and swine farmer and a member of Nixa Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Louise; one brother, Clarence, Nixa; two sisters, Mrs. Sylvia Thomas, California and Mrs. Vonda Hare, Harrington, Kan. Memorial contributions may be made to the heart of cancer fund.

 

Haguewood, Sarah Agnes “Sadie” (Amos) 18 Oct 1884 - 22 Mar 1964 CCR 26 Mar 1964 p1

[Note: Daughter of William A. & Ellen J. “Ella“ (Gray) Amos; married 23 Dec 1906 Walter William Haguewood 10 Jan 1882 - 7 Nov 1966]

Mrs. Sadie Haguewood, 79, of Nixa, died Sunday in a Springfield Rest Home. She was a member of the Nixa Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Walter; two sons, Paul, Route 8, Springfield and Clarence, Nixa; two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Thomas, LaMesa, Calif. and Mrs. Vonda Haire, Heringden, Kan.; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Odegard, Los Angeles, Calif.; and four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Thursday (today) in the Harris Chapel at Nixa. Edward Buttram officiated and burial was in Richwood Cemetery.

 

Haguewood, Sopha Jane (Berry) Payne 19 Nov 1840 - 21 Mar 1925 CCR 3 Apr 1925 p1

[Note: Daughter of ? & ? (Gideon) Berry; married 1856 James A. Payne 25 Feb 1829 - 14 May 1882; married Thomas Haguewood; originally buried on Payne farm; stone later moved to Payne cemetery]

Mrs. Sopha Haguewood, aged 84 years, 6 months and 3 days, whose maiden name was Sopha Jane Berry, who mother was a sister to Frank, Wood and John A. Gideon, and was married in 1856 to James Payne; who was a Commissary Sergeant through the civil war and who died May 14, 1882. To this union was born 8 children, four of whom have gone on before and 4 living. After she married Thomas Haguewood of Republic. After his death, she lived with her children and was living with her youngest daughter, Mrs. Esther Graham on the old home place when she was called from this life March 21, 1925. Death was due to a paralytic stroke. She leaves to mourn their loss Mr. Alec Payne of Battle field, Mrs. Esther Graham of Tauria, Mr. Pad Payne of Battlefield, and Mr. John Payne of Republic, 38 grandchildren, 66 great grandchildren, and 12 great-great-grandchildren and many more relatives and friends. She was one among the many women who lived through the civil war and went through those trying times, moving many times hunting for a more peaceful settlement. At the time the Wilson Creek battle was fought she was living four miles east of Battlefield, where she could hear the funs and knew there was great trouble over there, yet nothing could be done to stop it. It was so interesting to here  her tell the experience of the wives and mothers while husbands and sons were away. Her husband, James Payne, rived boards and she with an ox team hauled them which covered the first court house that was built in Springfield, Missouri which at the time was a very small village. She was converted to the Baptist faith in early life and lived a Christian life until called home. Written by her grandson of wife.  Mr. And Mrs. Joe Payne.

 

Haguewood, Spurgeon “Spud” 24 May 1896 - 10 Feb 1980 OH 21 Feb 1980 p2

[Note: Son of  William Judson & Emeline Caroline “Lina” (Young) Haguewood]

Spurgeon (Spud) Haguewood, 83, Denver, Colo.., who was raised in the Ozark-Springfield area died Feb. 10 and was buried in the Denver National Cemetery. He was the son of Mr. & Mrs. Judson Haguewood. Survivors include Mrs. Grace Smith and Marie Forrester, both of Ozark; Flossie Jones and Emil Huddleston, both of state of Calif.

 

Haguewood, Walter William 10 Jan 1882 - 7 Nov 1966 CCR 10 Nov 1966 p1

[Note: Son of  James S. & Mary Malinda (Estes) Haguewood; married 23 Dec 1906  Sarah Agnes "Sadie" Amos 18 Oct 1884 - 22 Mar 1964]

Walter W. Haguewood, 84, a resident of the Nixa community most of his life, died at 1:40 a.m. Monday in the Bilyeu Nursing Home at Ozark. He was a member of the James River Chapel Church of Christ. Survivors are two sons, Paul and Clarence, both of Route 1, Nixa; two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Thomas and Mrs. Vonda Haire, both of Springfield; four grandchildren, two great grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Pearl Eoff, Springfield. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Harris Chapel here with Edward Buttram officiating. Burial was in Richwood Cemetery.

 

Haguewood, Ward  C. 19 Jan 1901 - 29 Mar 1980 OH 3 Apr 1980 p10

[Note: Son of Major Clarence & Macie Thomas (Canard) Haguewood; married  Gussie Anderson 22 May 1903 - 16 Mar 1977]

Services for Ward Haguewood, 79, Ozark was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Harris Chapel here with the Rev. Jay Scribner officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery. Mr. Haguewood died at 10:46 p.m. Saturday in Cox Medical Center, Springfield after a short illness. A native of Ozark, Mr. Haguewood lived in Branson several years after his retirement from Union Stockyards, Springfield. He worked for the company 30 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Branson. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Jan Flood, Tulsa and Miss Mariam Haguewood, Denver, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Kaufman and Mrs. Lola Foster, Ozark and three grandchildren.

 

Haguewood, William Judson 23 Mar 1862 - 17 Jan 1956       CCR 26 Jan 1956 p5

[Note: Son of James Madison & Mary M. (Tuttle) Haguewood; married 25 Dec 1884 Emeline Caroline “Lina” Young 9 Dec 1864 - 1 Feb 1911; married Myrtle Harriet Fox]

Funeral services for William Judson Haguewood, 93 who died January 17 at the Christian Rest Home in Ozark, were held Thursday, January 19 at 2:00 p.m. in the Chaffin Funeral Chapel with Rev. Harold Hurst officiating. Burial was in Richwood Cemetery west of Ozark under direction of Chaffin. A native of Macon County in north Missouri, he spent most of his life in Christian County. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Springfield. He is survived by ten living children; F. W. Haguewood, W. W. Haguewood, Oren Haguewood, Mrs. G. W. Jones and Mrs. Emil Huddleston, all of Long Beach, Calif; S. C. Hague of Denver, Colo., Howard Haguewood of Springfield, Mrs. Jack Kenter of St. Louis, Mo and Mrs. Grace Smith and Mrs. Frank Forrester, both of Ozark; 27 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren and two great, great grandchildren

 

Hahn, Dale L. 7 Feb 1931 - 1 May 2010 SN-L 3 May 2010

[Note: Son of Lance & Bernice (Lawyer) Hahn; married 15 Jun 1952 Phyllis Jones]

Dale L. Hahn, age 79, of Nixa, passed away Saturday, May 1, 2010. He was born February 7, 1931, in El Dorado, Kansas, the son of Lance and Bernice (Lawyer) Hahn. He served his country in the United States Army. On June 15, 1952 he and Phyllis Jones were united in marriage in Asbury United Methodist Church, Wichita, Kansas. Mr. Hahn retired from Union Pacific Railway in 1992. He enjoyed woodworking and photography. For many years he served the Lord by teaching Sunday School. He was most recently a member and teacher at Nixa Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include: his wife, Phyllis; two sons, Steven Dale Hahn and wife Brenda, Wichita; and Mark Stewart Hahn and wife Teresa, Clever; four grandchildren, Matthew Hahn, Brandon Hahn, Carol Watson and husband Chris, and Christina Hahn; a brother, Daniel Hahn and wife Mary, Buffalo; a brother-in-law, Arthur Denning; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by a sister, Naomi Denning and his parents. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 4, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Pastor Gary Swearengin and Pastor Don Daniel officiating. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until service time on Tuesday. Military services will be conducted in the funeral home, with burial on Wednesday in Missouri Veterans Cemetery.

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Hahn, Dale L. 7 Feb 1931 - 1 May 2010  CCH-N 5 May 2010

Dale L. Hahn, 79, of Nixa, passed away May 1, 2010. He was born Feb. 7, 1931, in El Dorado, Kan., the son of Lance and Bernice (Lawyer) Hahn. He served his country in the U.S. Army. On June 15, 1952, he and Phyllis Jones were united in marriage at Asbury United Methodist Church, Wichita, Kan. Mr. Hahn retired from Union Pacific Railway in 1992. He enjoyed woodworking and photography. For many years he served the Lord by teaching Sunday School. He was most recently a member and teacher at Nixa Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include: His wife, Phyllis; two sons, Steven Dale Hahn and wife Brenda, Wichita, Kan., and Mark Stewart Hahn and wife Teresa, Clever; four grandchildren, Matthew Hahn, Brandon Hahn, Carol Watson and husband Chris, and Christina Hahn; a brother, Daniel Hahn and wife Mary, Buffalo; a brother-in-law, Arthur Denning; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by a sister, Naomi Denning, and his parents. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. May 4, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Pastor Gary Swearengin and Pastor Don Daniel officiating. Visitation was from 10a.m. until service time. Military services will be conducted at the funeral home, with burial today, May 5, in Missouri Veterans Cemetery.

 

Haik, James Joseph “Jim” 28 Oct 1928 - 3 Apr 2010 SN-L 5 Apr 2010 & SN-L 6 Apr 2010

[Note: Son of Joseph & Mary (Kouri) Haik; married June]

James Joseph "Jim" Haik, Sr., age 81 passed away at 7:45 p.m. Saturday, April 3, 2010 at his home in Fremont Hills. Jim was born October 29, 1928 in Minneapolis, Minn. to Joseph and Mary Kouri Haik, the oldest of 13 children. His family moved to Springfield in 1937 when his father established Haiks, Inc., a wholesale fabrics business. He graduated from St. Agnes High School and joined the U.S. Marine Corps. He was released early on a hardship basis and given an Honorable Discharge after the sudden heart attack of his father in 1950 so that he could return home and help support his mother and siblings. Jim retired from the family business in 1999. He was a member of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Ozark. Jim loved God, his family and his church and was devoted to all three his entire life. Jim was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters. He is survived by his wife of over 60 years, June; sons Jim (Cheryl) Haik Jr., Mark Haik and Rick (Kris) Haik; daughters Pamela Haik Clark and Cynthia (Patrick) McCaffrey; six brothers; four sisters; 11 grandchildren, Jameson (Garri) Clark, Justin Clark, James (Janelle) Haik, Anthony Haik, Abbi and Andrew Harris, Raven, Brittany and Kendra Haik, Richie and Rachel Haik; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral mass will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 7, 2010 in Saint Joseph the Worker Catholic Church with the Reverend Paul J McLoughlin, Celebrant, under the care of Gorman-Scharpf Brentwood Chapel. Private burial will be in Hazelwood Cemetery. Prayer service followed by a visitation will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. John's Hospice Care, 1570 W Battlefield, Springfield, Mo 65807. A luncheon will be served in the church immediately following the service.

 

Haile, Della M. (Newton) 1 Sep 1877 - 8 Jul 1961       CCR 13 Jul 1961 p1

[Note: Daughter of John & Alma R. (Arndt) Newton; married Columbus Newton Haile 19 Oct 1861 - 24 Jan 1913]

Services for Mrs. Della Haile, 84, who died Saturday evening at her home northeast f Billings were at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Billings Baptist Church with the Rev. Robert Baker officiating, Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under direction of Harris of Billings.

 

Haile, Kelly Wade 13 Aug 1943 - 29 Nov 2008 SN-L 2 Dec 2008

[Note: Son of Arthur Burton "Bert” & Hazel Mary (Wade) Haile; married 13 Oct 1974 Anna Juanita Simpson]

Kelly Wade Haile, Republic, Mo., was born August 13, 1943, and passed away Saturday night, November 29, 2008, in Christian Health Care, Republic. He was preceded in death by his infant brother, Kirby Dale Haile; his father, Arthur Burton "Bert” Haile; and his mother, Hazel Mary (Wade) Haile. He was married to his wonderful wife, Anna Juanita (Simpson) Haile, on October 12, 1974. Kelly attended Drury University, MSU, and Springfield Draughon's Business University, all in Springfield. He worked for Civil Service in Kansas City, Mo., the Tri-Way Country Club, Republic, and as a Missouri State substitute teacher. He was self-employed at Haile's General Store, Brookline, Mo., where he was a tax accountant, notary, and voter registrar. He was a member of the Republic First Baptist Church. Kelly was a charter member of the Republic Community Band where he played the trombone. Other hobbies include golf, tennis, pool, cards, music, and mathematics. He is survived by his wife of the home; his sons, Ben Haile, Republic, and Eric Haile, Rogersville; seven grandchildren; one aunt, Lucille Haile Kronewetter, Columbus, Ohio; and other relatives and friends Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, American Leukemia Society or St. John's Hospital, Springfield. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, December 2, 2008, in Meadors Funeral Home, Republic, with Rev. Gene Simpson officiating. Burial will follow in Wade Chapel Cemetery, Republic. Visitation will be from 12 noon to 2 p.m., prior to the service. Online condolences may be made at www.meadorsfuneralhome.com.

 

Haile, Kirby Dale Oct 1947 - 18 May 1948 CCR 27 May 1948

[Note: Son of Arthur Burton "Bert” & Hazel Mary (Wade) Haile]

Kirby Dale Haile, seven-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Haile of Republic, died in a Springfield hospital Tuesday, May 18. Immediate survivors are his parents; one brother, Kelly; his two grandmothers, Mrs. Della Haile of Billings and Mrs. Nellie Wade of Republic. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Wade chapel near Republic. Burial was made in the church cemetery under direction of the Thurman Funeral Home of Republic.

 

Haile, Myrtle M. (Welch) 22 Jan 1903 - 15 Sep 1960 CCR 22 Sep 1960 p5

[Note: Daughter of John Richard & Alice Gertrude (McElhaney) Welch; married Darl Bedford Haile 19 Oct 1899 - 11 Dec 1948; Spelling from tombstone]

Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle M. Hale, 57, 728 S. Missouri, Springfield, who died at noon Thursday, Sept. 15 in Burge Protestant Hospital after a short illness were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Klinger Chapel in Springfield with Dr. Thomas S. Fields and the Rev. Robert Baker officiating. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery near Billings. Mrs. Hale was a clerk at the Newport Store and was a member of the First Baptist Church. She is survived by one son, Lawrence Hale, Kirkwood; two daughters, Mrs. Paul McQuay and Mrs. Virginia Nell, Springfield; her mother, Mrs. Alice Welch, Billings; two brothers, Richard Welch, Billings and Gene Welch, Clever; three sisters, Mrs. Arvil Hale, Clever, Mrs. Charles Emlet, Springfield and Mrs. Bill Showmaker, Las Cruces, N. M. and four grandchildren.

 

Haining, Jane Elizabeth 1948 - Mar 2012 SN-L 10 Mar 2012

            Jane Elizabeth Haining, 63, Nixa. Arrangements: Herman H. Lohmeyer Funeral Home.

 

Hair, Donald 23 Jul 1911 - 22 Feb 2002 gwobit

[Note: Son of Evert & Bessie (Steele) Hair; married 14 Jan 1935 Nora P. Barke 26 Feb 1915 - 26 May 1993]

Donald Hair, 90, Billings, Mo., passed away Friday, February 22, 2002, in his home. Donald was a long-standing member of St. Peter’s Church in Billings. He resided in the Billings area his entire life, where he made his living as a farmer. He served as Road Commissioner and on the Billings School Board. He was also involved in various farming organizations. Donald’s fellowship will be missed by family and friends alike. He loved to fish, play games and spend time with his family. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nora (Barke) Hair; a son, William; parents Evert and Bessie (Steele) Hair; and two brothers, Richard and Howard Hair. Donald is survived by his two sons, James D. Hair and Jerry W. Hair, both of Springfield, Mo.; a sister, Emma Lou Barnett; and a brother, Evert Lee Hair, both of Billings. He is also survived by five grandchildren and four great-grand- children. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 27, 2002, in Meadors Funeral Homes, Billings, with Pastor Doug Burwick officiating. Burial will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery, Billings. The Billings Chapel will be open Tuesday, with visitation from 7 to 8 p.m. Springfield News-Leader, February 25, 2002.

 

Hair, Freda Louise 7 May 1903 - 20 Nov 1989 OH 30 Nov 1989

[Note: married Everet Hair ?- Donald must be a step-son; his obit gives his mother as Bessie Steele and he’s just 8 years younger than Freda]

Freda Louise Hair, 86; Billings, died at 2:28 a.m. Nov. 20 in Aurora Community Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of Pearson Presbyterian Church, Bradfield, and a homemaker. She is survived by three sons and their wives, Donald and Nora, Everet Lee and Wanda, all of Billings, and Richard and Mary, Dallas, Texas; a daughter and her husband, Emma Lon and Ervin Barnett, Billings; a sister, Nora Hair, Billings; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and seven nephews. Services were Friday in Meadors Chapel in Billings with the Rev. Raymond Schultz officiating. Burial was in IOOF Cemetery, Marionville.

 

Hair, Goldie (Robinson) 23 Jun 1917 - 17 Jun 2005 SN-L 20 Jun 2005

[Note: Daughter of Michael Jay & Reathel Evylen (Keener) Robinson; married Homer Hair 27 Dec 1906 - Sep 1967]

Goldie Robinson Hair, 87, Billings, passed away at 3:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, 2005, in Christian Health Care, Nixa. She was born June 23, 1917, in Clever, Mo., to Michael Jay and Reathel Evylen (Keener) Robinson. Her favorite pastime was spending time with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her late husband, Homer, in 1967; her parents; a brother, Clovis Robinson; and a sister, Ruby Gold. She is survived by her son and wife, Davy and Edna Hair, Billings; two grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, 2005, in Meadors Funeral Home, Clever, with Rev. Victor Horton officiating. Burial will follow in the Marionville IOOF Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, in the funeral home.

 

Hair, Homer 27 Dec 1906 - 23 Sep 1967  CCR 28 Sep 1967 p1

[Note: married Goldie Robinson 23 Jun 1917 - 17 Jun 2005]

Homer Hair, 60, an employee of Allied Feed Company in Clever, died in his home on Route 1, Billings, Saturday at 8:30 a.m. after an apparent heart attack. Mr. Hair leaves his wife, Goldie; a son, David Lee, Billings; a brother, Ernest, Hurley; a sister, Mrs.. Audie Gold, Nixa; and a grandson. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Clever Baptist Church with the Rev. Frank Eaton officiating. Burial was in IOOF Cemetery at Marionville.

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Hair, Homer 27 Dec 1906 - Sep 1967 gwobit SSDI

Homer Hair, 60, an employee of Allied Feed Company here (Clever), died in his home on Route 1, Billings, Saturday at 8:30 a.m. after an apparent heart attack.  Mr. Hair leaves his wife, Goldie; a son, David Lee, Route 1, Billings; a brother, Ernest, Hurley; a sister, Mrs. Audie Gold, Nixa; and a grandson.  Funeral arrangements will be announced by Cantrell of Clever.

Note: This clipping from the collection of Lula (Rogers) Gardner has a handwritten date of 23 September 1967 in the margin.

 

Hair, Jack 1900 - 23 Aug 1946 CCR 29 Aug 1946 p1

[Note: married Vesta]

Jack Hair, 46, of near Mt. Vernon, Mo., was killed at Harrison, Ark., in a train and car collision accident on Aug. 23. Survivors include, his widow, Vesta; a son, Charles, of the home, and a daughter, Louise; three brothers, Wilburn and Hobert, both of the El Paso, Texas, and Everett of Billings; one sister, Mrs. Ora Geren of Las Chriso, New Mexico. Funeral services were held in the Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Sunday Aug. 23 with burial in a cemetery near there.

 

Hair, Margaret Ellen (Rowland) 4 Jan 1936 - 21 Jun 1985 OH 27 Jun 1985 pB13

[Note: Daughter of Etcyl William & ? ( ) Rowland; married ? Hair]

Services for Margaret Ellen Hair, 49, Marionville, were held June 23 in Marionville First Baptist Church with the Rev. Ed Edwards officiating. Burial was in Marionville IOOF Cemetery under the direction of Meadors of Billings. Mrs. Hair died June 21 in the Missouri State Chest Hospital, Mount Vernon, after a long illness. A longtime Marionville and Billings resident, she was a member of Marionville First Baptist Church, She was a member of Marionville First Baptist Church, She was a medical technician at Ozark Methodist Manor. Survivors include two daughters, Barbara Wilson, Crane, and Tammi, Marionville; her father, Mr. Etcyl Rowland, Marionville and two grandchildren.

 

Hair, Mary Dean 1929 - 3 Nov 2007 SN-L 4 Nov 2007

Mary Dean Hair, 78, Billings, passed away Saturday, November 03, 2007, in St. John's Hospital, Springfield. She is survived by two daughters, Pam Hair of Mesquite, Texas and Mary "Susie" Kotts of Dallas, Texas; three grandsons; three great-granddaughters; and other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, November 5, 2007, in Meadors Funeral Home, Billings. Burial will follow in Marionville I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. this evening in the funeral home. Online condolences may be made at www.meadors funeralhome.com.

 

Hair, Patsy Jane (Estes) 3 Dec 1871 - 10 Jun 1944 CCR 8 Jun 1944 p1

[Note: married 5 Feb 1891 Frank Hair]

Patsy Jane Estes was born in Stone County, Mo., on Dec. 3, 1871, and departed this life June 10, 1944, at the age of 73 years, six months and seven days. On Feb. 5, 1891, she was married to Frank Hair and to this union were born five children, one daughter, Mrs. Lois Wampler, having preceded her in death four years ago. She professed faith in Christ at the age of 18 years and united with the Brown Springs Baptist Church. Those who survive her are her husband, Frank Hair, one daughter, Mrs. Audie Gold of Ozark, Mo., and three sons, Ernest of Hurley, Sherman of Colorado, and Homer of Billings Rt.1; ten grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Woods of Clever, Mrs. Banner Cook of Kansas City, Mo., and one brother, John Estes of Illinois. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon in the Church at Brown Springs, conducted by Rev. R.W. Forbis, of Pierce City with burial in the Wright Cemetery under the direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Hair, Richard Lee “Ricky” 7 Aug 1955 - 25 Feb 1977 OH 3 Mar 1977 p2

[Note: Son of Richard & ? (?) Hair; married Toni]

BILLINGS - Services for a former area resident, Richard Lee “Ricky” Hair, 21, of Dallas, Tex. were at 2 p.m. Monday in the Bradford-Surridge Chapel in Marionville, The Rev. H. V. Wells will officiate. Burial was in Marionville IOOF Cemetery. Mr. Hair was killed in a car accident Friday in Dallas, Tex. He is survived by his wife, Toni; a son, Brian, of the home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hair, Dallas, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Susie Gibson and Miss Pamela Hair, both of Dallas, Tex.; and the paternal grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. Everett Hair, Sr. of Route 2,  Billings.

 

Hair, Sherman 1900 - 21 May 1962 CCR 24 May 1962 p1

[Note: Son of Frank & Patsy (Estes) Hair]

Sherman Hair, 61, a lifelong resident of the Brown Spring community, died at his home at 9 p.m. Monday.  Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Shiloh Baptist Church with the Rev. H. V. Wells and the Rev. R. W. Forbis officiating. Burial was in the IOOF Cemetery under direction of Harris. Survivors include his wife, Una; two brothers, Ernest Hair of Hurley and Homer Hair of Billings; and a sister, Mrs. Homer Gold of Nixa.

 

Hair, William 11 Sep 1863 - 27 Dec 1945 CCR 3 Jan 1946 p1

William Hair was born Sept. 11, 1863, in Northern Missouri and passed away Dec. 27, 1945, at his home south of Billings. He was converted early in life and lived a devoted life in the Christian church. Surviving are five sons, Leslie, William and Hobert Hair, all of El Paso, Texas, Floyd of Mt. Vernon and Everett of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Delphia Geren of Las Cruces, N.M., Mrs. Hazel Hale of Modesto, Calif., and Mrs. Ruth Westerman of Springfield, Mo.; 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Shiloh church by Rev. J.W. Geren of Mt. Vernon. Interment was in the Marionville cemetery under direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Halbrook, Daniel Ward 5 Dec 1922 - 24 Mar 1985 OH 28 Mar 1985 p8

[Note: Son of Jerry J. & Florence E. (Ward) Halbrook; married Lois Mae “Tootsie”]

Services and Rose Croix services for Dan W. Halbrook, 62, Nixa, were held March 27 in Nixa Christian Church with the Rev. John Johnson officiating. Masonic rites were held March 26 in Harris Funeral Home. Burial was in Payne Cemetery. Mr. Halbrook died March 24 in his home after suffering an apparent heart attack. A member and elder of Nixa Christian Church, he had been employed by Harry Cooper Supply CO., Springfield, for 36 years and was to have retired March 20. A Navy veteran of World War II, he was a 33rd degree Mason, a member of About Ben Adhem Shrine, Springfield, and Valley of Joplin Scottish Rite. A past patron of Ozark Chapter of No. 98 of the Order of Eastern Star, he was a member of Friend Lodge No. 352, Ozark, Republican Committeeman for Porter Township in Christian County and was a past president of Nixa Chamber of Commerce. He was a past commander of Nixa Legion Post No. 4343, past captain in About Ben Adhem Shrine Clown Unit and a founder of the Christian County Shrine Club. He was also a past chairman of the Shrine Crippled Hospital Unit. Survivors include his wife, Lois Mae “Tootsie”; two sons, Dan D. and David, both of Nixa; two sisters, Helen Middleton, Chicago, and Elaine Ball, Branson; and four grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Nixa Christian Church Building Fund, 104 N Fort St., Nixa.

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