Walker, Hershel Garland 14 Sep 1910 - 25 Mar 1948 CCR 1 Apr 1948
[Note: Son of Frank & Varnia (Bell) Walker; married Opal Gonce]
Hershel Garland Walker was born Sept. 14, 1910, and departed this life March 25, 1948, at the age of 37 years, six months and 11 days. He was born near Ava, Mo., to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker and moved to Chadwick at an early age where he spent most of his life. His father preceded him in death several years ago. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Varnia Walker, of the home; two brothers, Ivan Walker of Wichita, Kansas, and Fred Walker of Chadwick, one niece, Mrs. Betty Hudson, and a nephew, Bob Walker, who were reared in the home; and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Bell of Chadwick. Hershel was converted to Christ a short time before his death. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 26, in Chadwick Union church with Rev. Tom Weter officiating. Burial was made in Chadwick cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Chadwick.
Walker, Homer 5 Nov 1896 - 15 Sep 1938 CCR 22 Sep 1938 p8
[Note: Son of Joseph Grant & Sarah E. (Mapes) Walker; married 12 Nov 1915 CCM Mary Jane Dewitt 17 Dec 1896 - 23 Mar 1983 (SIC)]
Homer Walker, son of J.G. and Sarah Walker, was born on November 5, 1896 on Bull Creek in Taney county and departed this life on September 15, 1938 at his home at Oakwood, south of Chadwick. He was 41 years, 10 months and 10 days of age at the time of his death. Homer spent the greater part of his life in Christian County. He was united in marriage to Mary Dewitt on November 12, 1915, to which union were born 3 children: Ester, the eldest who preceded him in death and Norman and Mary Nell both of the home. He was a good neighbor and friend, a kind and loving husband and father and will be greatly missed by his many friends and relatives and all who knew him. He was converted on August 12, 1938 and expressed a desire to be baptized and united with the church if he was able to do so. He leaves to survive, his widow, one son, Norman and one daughter, Mary Nell and his father, J.G. Walker, all of the home address; one brother, Jack of Oronogo, MO, one sister, Nellie Fenker of St. Louis, MO. Funeral services were held on Saturday, September 17, 1938 at 2:00 o’clock pm in the Oakwood church with the Rev. Clarence E. Jones of Kirbyville officiating. Interment was made in the Fairview cemetery 2 miles south of Sparta under the direction of the B.C. Klepper Funeral Home of Ozark.
Walker, Howard Clinton 6 Nov 1926 -28 Feb 1998 CCH-N 11 Mar 1998
[Note: Son of Clyde & Delia Matte (Howard) Walker; married 12 Feb 1944 Edna Wolfe]
Howard Clinton Walker was born to Clyde Walker and Delia Matte Howard Walker on Nov. 6, 1926 at Marble, Ark. Howard died Feb. 28, 1998 in Springfield. Howard was married to Edna Wolfe Walker on Feb. 12, 1944 at Berryville, Ark:; Howard and Edna recently celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary. Howard was a retired auto body and fender mechanic. Howard was an active member of Wrights Chapel Full Gospel Church, in Hurley. Howard is survived by his wife Edna, five children Lynda Lutgen of Nixa; Don Walker of Billings; Patty Knudson of Rockaway Beach, Wayne Walker of Salt Lake City Utah; and Davanil Dyer of Nixa. Howard has 15 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren. One sister, Berta Lee Lee of Springdale Ark.; one brother Harley Walker of Huntsville, Ark. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Harris a Heritage Funeral Home in Nixa. Visitation will be Tuesday evening March 3 from 7-8 p.m. Pallbearers will be Bobby Ltgen, Donnie Walker, Bradley Walker, Mike Walker, Vance Jenkins, Scottie Jenkins, Eric Jenkins, Aarron Rapp.
Walker, James Albert 25 Mar 1872 - 14 Oct 1934 CCR 18 Oct 1934 p1
[Note: Son of Archibald D. & Elizabeth (Gardner) Walker; married Nellie M. Devereaux 24 Dec 1873 - 15 Sep 1966]
Funeral services for J. Albert Walker, age 63, a former banker and county clerk of Christian county, who died at his home in Nixa, Sunday night, Oct. 14, were held Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Christian church at Nixa, with Rev. B. Frank West, officiating. Burial was made in the Ozark City Cemetery under the direction of the Harding & Maples Funeral Home of Nixa. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Nellie Walker, three brothers, Grant of Chadwick, and Sherman and R.D. of Oklahoma and one sister, Mrs. Cynthia Donahue of Sparta.
Walker, James Albert 25 Mar 1872 - 14 Oct 1934 CCR 25 Oct 1934 p2
[Note: Son of Archibald D. & Elizabeth (Gardner) Walker; married Nellie M. Devereaux 24 Dec 1873 - 15 Sep 1966]
J. Albert Walker, the eighth child and seventh son of A.D. Walker and Elizabeth Gardner was born on March 25, 1872 near what is now Linden. He spent his boyhood and youth in that vicinity. On May 7, 1893 he was united in marriage to Nellie Devereaux, who survives. He united with the Ozark Christian church in1901, later moving his membership to the church at Nixa. Albert Walker served Christian county as treasurer for two terms, from 1905 to 1908. After learning the office of county treasurer, he was with the bank at Battlefield for nine years and then served the Bank of Nixa for nine years. About ten years ago he retired from active business life because of ill health. Although a patient suffered for a long time he became bedfast only a week before his death, which occurred on Oct. 14, 1934. Besides the widow he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Cynthia Donahue of Sparta, and three brothers, J.G. Walker of Chadwick and B.S. and R.D. Walker of Oklahoma. Funeral services were held at the Christian church in Nixa with Rev. B. Frank West officiating, with burial in the City Cemetery in Ozark. Albert’s father at one time served the county as a county judge and his brother, Dave Walker was also a sheriff many years ago. John Turner was Dave’s deputy. Then Albert followed in the footsteps of his father and brother and sought office, being elected twice to the office of county treasurer. A man of sterling qualities, faithful to home and friend, the loss of Albert Walker will be keenly felt. For more than forty years the constant companion of the one he had wooed and wed, his passing will leave her in a world of loneliness, her suffering may not be as physical as was his, but its only relief will be found in the quiet hours of meditation of years of sweet companionship, the thread of which is now broken. Albert Walker suffered patiently and uncomplainingly, thinking only of the regret of leaving the one he loved--he had no fear of death. We knew Albert Walker, not as a boy in youth, not as an associate in business; not as a public official, but we knew him only as a friend--a friend who loved nature as we love it’ we knew him as a man who enjoyed lying on his fishing cot beneath the overhanging limbs, watching the stars as they take their place in the darkness of the night and listening to the ripple of the racing stream as it wanders to the sea. A man like Albert Walker who loved nature as he loved it loved his fellowman as dearly. He will be missed by loved ones and friends, and we dedicate these lines to his living memory. a friend is dead. The earth has on a shroud of grey, with which to greet this dawning day--a friend is dead. The lark is soaring, failed to sing, it knew its notes would sadness bring--a friend is dead. The dells and nooks along the stream with sparkling dewdrops failed to gleam, --a friend is dead. And waiting fish within the brook, shy hastily by with mourning look,--a friend is dead. And Men, big men, strong men, they weep, like babies sob in fretful sleep, --a friend is dead. He loved them all, and knew them well, far better yet, than words can tell, but death, in strange and deadly way, stole him off, at close of day.--J.M.P.
Walker, James Calvin 1 Sep 1877 - 6 Dec 1955 CCR 15 Dec 1955 p1
[Note: Son of John W. & Nancy (East) Walker; married Rose Ann McDaniel]
Funeral services for James C. Walker, 75, who died December 6 at his home near Oldfield were held Friday afternoon at the Oldfield Church of Christ with Evangelist Bennett Land officiating. Burial was in Smith Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Nixa. He was born at Ozark, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Walker and spent most of his life in the Oldfield community. He was a member of the Fairview Baptist Church. Survivors iunclude two sons, Paul and John Walker of Oldfield, nine grandchildren and four great grandchilden; two sisters, Mrs. Susie W___ of Salida, Colo, and Mrs. George Osborn of Sparta, other relatives and a host of friends.
Walker, James Carl 8 Jan 1934 - 21 Oct 2008 AdamsFH
[Note: no other information given]
Visitation: Date: Thursday October 23, 2008 Time: 6:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Visitation Location: Adams Funeral Home Ozark Chapel
Service: Date: Friday October 24, 2008 Time: 2:00 P.M.
Service Location: Adams Funeral Home Ozark Chapel
Walker, James Franklin 23 Jul 1879 - 1 Nov 1937 CCR 4 Nov 1937 p4
[Note: Son of Gat & Mary (Johnson) Walker; married 18 Mar 1905 Varnia Viola Shipman 27 Mar 1888 - 9 Oct 1988]
James Franklin Walker was born in Douglas county, Missouri on July 23, 1879 and died November 1, 1937 at Chadwick, aged 59 years, 3 months and 8 days. He was married to Varnia Shipman on March 18, 1905. To this union three children were born, Ivan, Hershel and Fred. Besides the children those surviving are two grandchildren, his stepmother, Mrs. Mary Ann Walker, two sisters, Mrs. Dradie Thompson and Mrs. Tempa Spurlock, of Ava and three brothers, Charley of Anderson, MO, Dave of Kansas City, Kansas and Lewis of Montana, and nine half-brothers and sisters, Mrs. Anna Holman of Ava, Mrs. Minnie Shipman of Chadwick, Mrs. Vergie Spurlock, Martin Walker, Dan Walker, Joe Walker, Mrs. Opal King and Clifford Walker, all of Ava, and Mrs. Thelma Lowry of Caddo, Colorado. Funeral services were conducted on November 2, 1937 at 2 o’clock pm in the Union church at Chadwick with Rev. Day officiating with burial in the Chadwick cemetery under the direction of the T.B. Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.
Walker, James L. 1885 - 13 Sep 1962 CCR 20 Sep 1962 p1
[Note: Son of ? & Nancy Jane (Choate) Walker - shares tombstone in Ponce de Leon Cemetery with his mother]
Funeral services for James L. Walker, 77, who died Thursday, September 13, in Kansas City, who lived the past year, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Ponce de Leon Cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Ozark. He formerly lived in Ponce de Leon. Survivors include a half-brother, Clarence R. Clark of Rockport, Ill. and a half-sister, Mrs. Gladys Cargile of Kansas City
Walker, James Lester "Jim" 15 Feb 1911 - 22 Aug 2006 SN-L 1 Sep 2006 & SN-L 2 Sep 2006
[Note: Son of Herschel Austin & Florence D. (Purcell) Walker; married 5 May 1935 Ada Ruth Swearengin 22 Jan 1914 - 24 Sept 1994]
James Lester "Jim" Walker, age 95, passed away August 22, 2006, at James River Care Center in Springfield. He was born February 15, 1911, in Christian County, Mo., the son of Herschel Austin and Florence (Purcell) Walker. Jim was united in marriage to Ada Ruth Swearengin on May 5, 1935, and they shared 59 years together before Ada's death in 1994. Jim remained on the farm south of Fordland, Mo., until his health failed in 2004. Besides his wife Ada, preceding him in death were his parents; one daughter, Roxie; one brother, William "Willie" Walker; four sisters, Georgia McHaffie, Tina Brown, Ruby McKee, and Beulah Swearengin. Jim is survived by nephews, nieces, and many friends. Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 2, 2006, at 2 p.m. at Preston-Marsh Funeral Home in Rogersville, Mo. Pastor Fredrick Overly of Union Chapel Baptist Church will officiate the services. Burial will follow in McHaffie Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home after 9 a.m. today, September 1, 2006.
Walker, James "Jim" Lester
James Lester "Jim" Walker, age 95, passed away August 22, 2006, at James River Care Center in Springfield. He was born February 15, 1911, in Christian County, Mo., the son of Herschel Austin and Florence (Purcell) Walker. Jim was united in marriage to Ada Ruth Swearengin on May 5, 1935, and they shared 59 years together before Ada's death in 1994. Jim remained on the farm south of Fordland, Mo., until his health failed in 2004. Besides his wife Ada, preceding him in death were his parents; one daughter, Roxie; one brother, William "Willie" Walker; four sister, Georgia McHaffie, Tina Brown, Ruby McKee, and Beulah Swearengin. Jim is survived by nephews, nieces, and many friends. Funeral services will be held today, September 2, 2006, at 2 p.m. at Preston-Marsh Funeral Home in Rogersville, Mo. Pastor Fredrick Overly of Union Chapel Baptist Church will officiate the services. Burial will follow in McHaffie Cemetery.
Walker, Jerry Lewis 26 Sep 1964 - 5 Jan 1984 OH 12 Jan 1984 p5
[Note: Son of George & Shirley Ann (Vest) Walker]
Services for Jerry L. Walker, 19, Nixa, were held Jan. 8 in Selmore Baptist Church with the Rev. Lawrence Henry officiating, Burial was in Selmore Cemetery under the direction of Harris. Mr. Walker died Jan, 6 at St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield, after a long illness. Mr. Walker lived in Nixa most of his life. He graduated from Greene Valley State School in Springfield in 1983 and was active in bowling in the Special Olympics. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Walker of the home; one brother, James, of the home; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Walker, Galena; and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Flossie Vest, Walnut Grove. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jerry Walker Special Olympics Memorial Fund in care of the Nixa Bank, Nixa.
Walker, John Roy "Johnny" 15 Jul 1946 - 27 Oct 2006 SN-L 29 Oct 2006
[Note: Son of John W. & Mildred (Berry) Walker; married 22 Sep 1966 Judy Ewing]
John Roy "Johnny” Walker, age 60, of Oldfield, passed away Friday, October 27, 2006. He was born July 15, 1946, the son of John W. and Mildred (Berry) Walker. He graduated from Chadwick High School and Draughn's Business College in Springfield. On September 22, 1966, he and Judy Ewing were united in marriage. Johnny was a well-known musician in the area. He played and sang with "Kountry Konfusion” before the birth of the "Oldfield Opry“. Although disabled from Muscular Dystrophy for many years, Johnny was instrumental in the building and success of this group and its facility. He was a member of the Oldfield Church of Christ. He loved to fish and hunt, and in recent years became a gun trader. His laughter and sense of humor will be missed as much as his music. He was an inspiration to all who knew him. Survivors include his wife, Judy; two daughters, Kimberly Jones and husband, Russ, Garrison, and Dawn Taylor and husband, Scott, Chadwick; six grandchildren, Colten, Shelby, and Stevi Jones, Zach and T.J. Daugherty, and Cory Taylor; his mother, Mildred Walker, Oldfield; a brother, Tom Walker, Strafford; a nephew, Bryan Walker, other relatives and many friends. His father, John W. Walker preceded him in death. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, October 30, in Oldfield Church of Christ with Chuck Eakins officiating. Burial will follow in Oldfield Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to the Oldfield Opry.
Walker, John Talley 29 Aug 1894 - 14 Jun 1951 CCR 28 Jun 1951
[Note: Son of Sherman & Ellen ( ) Walker; married Ida Mae]
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Fairview church near Sparta for John T. Walker, 56, who died June 14 at the Veteran’s hospital in Long Beach, CA. Burial was made in the church cemetery. Born in the Sparta community, Mr. Walker later moved to Springfield, and seven years ago went to live in Long Beach. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Whaley of the Red Dot Café in Ozark; and two sons, John T., Jr. of Springfield and Jackie of Ozark, who was discharged from the Navy just in time to attend his father’s funeral.
Walker, John Tally 17 Dec 1860 - 28 Dec 1916 CCR 29 Dec 1916
[Note: Son of Leonard W. & Nancy M. (Adamson) Walker; married 25 Dec 1881 CCM Mary Addie Breazeale 1 Dec 1861 - 26 Mar 1953]
John Talley Walker, an old resident of Christian county and for the past few years a resident of Ozark, died at his Springfield home at 9 o’clock Thursday morning after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held this Friday afternoon with burial in the Hopedale cemetery. The deceased leaves a widow, two grown sons and one daughter, besides brothers and sisters.
Walker, John Tally 17 Dec 1860 - 28 Dec 1916 CCR 5 Jan 1917
[Note: Son of Leonard & Nancy Adamson) Walker; married 25 Dec 1881 CCM Mary Addie Breazeale 1 Dec 1861 - 26 Mar 1953]
Card of Thanks
We desire to extend our sincere thanks to all our friends and neighbors; also to the Masonic Lodge of Ozark for the many kindnesses shown us during the last sickness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. J. T. Walker and family
Walker, John W. 19 Jan 1867 - 15 Jan 1921 CCR 28 Jan 1921
[Note: Son of John W. & Roxenia (Murray) Walker; married 21 Oct 1889 Mary Melissa Turner 8 Jun 1866 - 27 Dec 1933; father of Ethel (Walker) Davidson 20 Apr 1892 - 11 Aug 1953 - she & husband Reginald Davidson were both chiropractors, & Wilma (Walker) Willoughby 19 Feb 1905 - Jun 1987]
John W. Walker died Saturday evening, January 15, 1921, at his home southwest of Rogersville, after a lingering illness of paralysis, at the age of 53 years, 11 months and 27 days. He was born and raised on a farm near Sparta, Missouri and spent the early days of his life around Ozark and Sparta, Christian county. He was married, October 21, 1889, to Mary M. Turner, to this union two children were born: Ethel Davidson and Miss Wilma Walker. He leaves besides his wife and daughters to mourn his death six sisters and one brothers, Mesdames George Wall, George Gibson, Tom Ferguson, all of Sparta, Robert Smith of Galloway, Mo., Tom Harris of Chadwick, Mo., W. F. Turner of Rogersville, Mo.; and Mr. Jim Walker of Oldfield, Mo. Funeral services were conducted at the family home by Rev. J. R. Eddings a life long friend of the deceased. Mr. Walker as we knew him was a devoted companion and a loving father, to know him was to love him. His life was an open book. He professed faith in Christ during his first illness. “Tis sad to break the tender cord That binds our hearts together; But while we linger here on earth, His soul is safe in heaven.” Remains were laid to rest in the Smith cemetery southwest of Rogersville to await the resurrection
Walker, John W. 14 Nov 1920 - 19 Jun 2003
[Note: Son of James C. & Rose Ann (McDaniel) Walker; married 22 Sep 1941 Mildred Irene Berry]
John W. Walker, 82, Oldfield, passed away at 2:55 p.m. Thursday, June 19, 2003 in his home. He was born Nov. 14, 1920, the son of James C. and Rose Walker. Walker served his country in the U. S. Army during World War II. He was united in marriage to Mildred Irene Berry on Sept. 22, 1941. Walker served as Post Master for Oldfield from 1956 until 1985. He was a member of Oldfield Church of Christ. He was instrumental in establishing and remained active in the Oldfield Opry. He was preceded in death by his parents; and two brothers, Basil and Paul. Survivors include his wife, Mildred; two sons, Johnny Walker and wife Judy, Oldfield, and Tom Walker, Strafford; three grandchildren, Kimberly Jo Jones, Dawn Rachel Taylor and Bryan W. Walker; six great-grandchildren, Colton Jones, Shelby Jones, Stevie Jones, Zach Daugherty, Taylor Daugherty and Cory Taylor. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. June 21 in Oldfield Church of Christ with Chuck Eakins officiating. Burial followed in Oldfield Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. ©Ozarks Newsstand 2003
Walker, Joseph Grant 25 Mar 1866 - 18 Mar 1949 CCR 24 Mar 1949
[Note: Son of Archibald D. & Elizabeth (Gardner) Walker; married 5 Jan 1888 Sarah E. Mapes 30 Sep 1867 - 5 Jan 1935]
Funeral services for Joseph Grant Walker, 82, who died March 18 at his home southwest of Chadwick in the Oakwood community, were held Monday afternoon at Oakwood Baptist church with Rev. Reg. M. Mapes officiating. Burial was in Fairview cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Chadwick. He was born at Fairview, MO and had been a resident of the Chadwick community for 40 years. He was a member of the Christian church. In 1888, he was married to Sarah Mapes. The wife and four children preceded him in death. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Nellie Finker of St. Louis and one brother, Sherman of Oklahoma, other relatives and a host of friends.
Walker, Josephine Jean (Borman) 6 Sep 1917 - 9 Jul 2011 SN-L 12 Jul 2011 & CCH-N 20 Jul 2011
[Note: Daughter of Ben A. & Louise E. (Huber) Borman; married 13 Jul 1940 Glen Hubert Walker 23 Dec 1914 - 24 Oct 1977]
Mrs. Josephine Jean Walker, age 93, passed peacefully in her sleep Saturday, July 9, 2011, at Manor Care in Springfield, Missouri. She was born September 6, 1917, in Billings, Missouri, to Ben and Louise Borman. She graduated high school and pursued a teaching degree from Springfield Teacher's College (now MSU). She taught elementary 12 years. Josephine married Glen H. Walker July 13, 1940; he preceded her in death, October 24, 1977. They raised two children, Robert and Jeanne, and moved to Birmingham, Alabama, where Josephine taught 3rd grade at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School. In 1959, the family moved to Piedmont, Missouri, where Glen was Project Engineer at Clearwater Lake and Josephine substituted both elementary and secondary levels. Their residence at the lake was enhanced with varieties of flowers and gardens, planted and cared for by Josephine's hands. Her parents, and her sister, Bennie Marie Rice of Denver, Colorado, preceded Josephine in death. Josephine moved to Springfield after her husband's death, bought a small house near St. John's Hospital, and again planted many flowers in her front yard. Several people, as they drove by her house, would stop and admire them. She volunteered more than 1700 hours service to St. John's Hospital. As Alzheimer's became more evident, she moved to Magnolia Square for six years, and finally after hospitalization, she took residence at Manor Care where she spent her remaining days. A big thank you goes to the care and love shown by Hospice and the staff of Manor Care. Josephine is survived by her two children, "Bob and Jeanne," Jeanne's spouse Karl Kruger and Bob's daughter Katrina (Walker) Godfrey, all from Springfield and Billings. She is also survived by five grandchildren, Tim Kruger (wife Elisa), Dan Kruger, Ben Kruger, (wife Leann), Noel (Kruger) McDonald, (husband Steve), and Katrina (Walker) Godfrey (husband Tito). In addition, there are four great-grandchildren, with one more to be born in August, plus three step great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., with Rosary at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, July 14, 2011, at Meadors Funeral Home in Billings. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Friday, July 15, 2011 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, and burial will follow in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, both in Billings. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association of Springfield. Online condolences may be made at www.meadorsfuneralhome.com
Walker, Julia Ann (Hedgpeth) 4 Apr 1870 - 4 May 1946 CCR 9 May 1946 p1
[Note: Daughter of William R. & Elmina (Shipman) Hedgpeth; married Marion Alonzo “Lon” Walker 5 May 1863 - 11 Dec 1961]
Julia Ann Walker, 76, wife of Lon Walker of Nixa, Mo., died at the home of her son, Harry Walker, 853 West Madison, Springfield, where she had gone last Tuesday for medical examination and treatment. She had been a member of the Nixa Baptist church for the past 40 years. Those who survive are her husband; one son, Harry; two daughters, Mrs. Florence Perryman and Mrs. Reba Eoff, both of Nixa; two brothers, Jim and Newt Hedgpeth; and one sister, Mrs. Josie Aven, all of Nixa. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon in the Nixa Baptist church conducted by Rev. R.C. Harding. Burial was in the Payne cemetery under direction of Wilburn Maples of Clever.
Walker, Kasandra Marie 29 Mar 1977 - 16 Aug 1985 OH 22 Aug 1985 p8
[Note: Daughter of Rowland & Donna (Chestnut) Walker]
Services for Kasandra Marie Walker, 8, Seymour, were held Aug. 18 in Highlandville Assembly of God Church with the Rev. Gary Phipps officiating. Burial was in Martin Cemetery under the direction of Harris Funeral Home. The child died Aug. 16 in a Seymour medical center following a long illness. Survivors include her parents, Rowland and Donna Walker; a brother, Jeremiah, of the home; maternal grandparents, John and Rose Chestnut, Green Ridge; paternal grandparents, Johnny and Georgetta Walker, Ponce de Leon; maternal great grandparents, Mary Tillman. Sedalia and Al and Juanita Martin, West Plains; and two paternal great grandmothers, Mae Walker, Chadwick, and Susan Haas, Spokane.
Walker, Laddie 5 Jul 1910 - 21 Nov 1980 OH 27 Nov 1980 p2
Graveside services for Laddie Walker, 70 of Springfield, father of Mrs. Cora Lindsey of Ozark, were held Monday in Brookline Cemetery. Mr. Walker died last Friday in his home after a long illness.
Walker, Larry David 6 Oct 1947 - 2 Mar 2005 gwobit
[Note: Son of Earl & Adelia “Dee“ Morgan) Walker; married 23 Nov 1968 Vicky House]
Larry David Walker, 57, Chadwick, Missouri, passed away suddenly Wednesday, March 2, 2005. He was born October 6, 1947, at Forsyth, Missouri, the son of Earl Walker and Adelia Morgan. After graduating from Chadwick High School in 1965, he proudly served his country in the United States Army. On November 23, 1968, he was united in marriage to Vicky House and this union was blessed with two wonderful sons. After returning from his tour of duty he was employed at Dayco. On July 15, 1979, he was employed with the US Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield where he was a Sr. Correctional Officer before retiring on January 2, 2004. Larry was an avid sportsman who loved to hunt and fish with his sons. His positive attitude and sincere personality afforded him to also be a kind neighbor, a thoughtful gentleman, a loving friend, and most of all a beloved husband, father and special granddad. Larry will be missed by his loving family: his devoted wife of 36 years Vicky; two sons Marty Walker and Micky Walker and wife Lisa all of Chadwick; his mother Adelia “Dee” Morgan of Forsyth; his father Earl Walker of Branson; one sister Shirley Ponder and husband Ed of Forsyth; three grandchildren Makenzie, Luke, and Lydia Walker; his mother-in-law Maxine House; other relatives and several caring friends. Funeral services were held at 10:00 A.M., Saturday, March 5, 2005, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Chaplain Mike Reighard officiating. Burial followed in the Chadwick Memorial Cemetery with full military honors.
Walker, Leonard W. 12 Jul 1812 - 17 Jan 1896 BT 23 Jan 1896
[Note: Son of William John & Polly (Adams) Walker; married 12 Sep 1842 Cannon Co TN Nancy M. Adamson 24 Jul 1826 - 16 Oct 1901]
At 3:30 Sunday afternoon, Leonard Walker, one of the pioneer farmers of Christian county, passed from his earthly labors and suffering. The deceased had almost completed his eighty-fourth year and for half a century, no man was better known in the vicinity of Ozark. He went there from Tennessee long before the war and settled three miles northeast of the present townsite on the north side of Finley creek, near what is now known as the Walker mill. A large family of boys and girls were born and reared at the old homestead, 10 of whom survive the departed father. Perhaps no man in Christian County was so well known and highly respected as Uncle Leonard. He had spent less time in purposeless idleness, he had but one plan in meeting the needs of life, and that was by direct, honest, ceaseless labor. Two years ago, an accident resulted in a broken thigh, and from this injury he never fully recovered. His last days were full of pain, and the grave at least seemed to the weary sufferer but a welcome release from a bed of so much affliction. The deceased was a member of the Baptist Church for many years. The remains were buried Monday afternoon at the family grave yard near the residence.
Walker, Lloyd Delmer 17 May 1918 -19 Oct 2002 CCH-N 23 Oct 2002
[Note: Son of William David Harrison & Mae Eliza (Alcorn) Walker; married Elda M. Robertson 8 Nov 1921 - 8 Apr 1988; married sHelen]
Lloyd Delmer Walker, son of Will and Mae (Alcorn) Walker, died Oct. 19 at Skaggs community Health Care in Branson, at the age of 84 years, four months and two days. He was preceded in death by: His parents, Will and Mae Walker; two daughters, Barbara Walker and Willa Jean Ankrom; a sister, Mable Pierce, and his first wife, Elda. Survivors include: His wife, Helen, three daughters, Jo Ann Plaster, Willard, Brenda Walker, Ozark, and Cindie Hopper, Branson; three sons, Jim Coffelt, Ponce de Leon, Ron Coffelt, Branson, and Glen Braden, Kimberling City; two brothers, Earl Walker, Branson, and Johnny Walker, Ponce de Leon; a sister, Hazel Moody, Chadwick; 23 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; 3 great-great-grandchildren; and many friends and loved ones. Walker was a mechanic most of his life. He attended Pine Ridge Church and The Apostolic Church of Reeds Spring. He had been a minister, and loved to play the guitar and sing. He also loved to hunt and fish. Funeral services were held Oct. 23, 2002 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Phillip Coffelt and Rev. Robert Gideon officiating. Burial followed in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery.
Walker, Louisa (Breazeale) 29 Oct 1861 - 6 Oct 1903 CCR 22 Oct 1903
[Note: Daughter of John Jefferson Clark & Elizabeth (Killock) Breazeale; married 14 Apr 1881 CCM Thomas B. Walker 4 Jul 1858 - 25 Jun 1927]
Death has once more invaded our community and taken from a midst a faithful wife, a loving mother, a good mother and obedient christian, in the person of Mrs. Louisa (Breazeale) Walker. Sister Walker was born Oct. 29th 1861, being at the time of her death 41 years, 11 months and 8 days old. She was married to Mr. T. B. Walker April 14th, 1881. To this union was born two children, on of whom died while young, the other, a very fine young man,- who survives his mother and mourns her departure. Sister Walker professed her faith in Christ and united with the Smyrna Baptist church in the year 1885, and lived a member of the same until the Lord said, It is enough, come upon higher, I have better things for you to enjoy that this old world affords. To know the deceased was to love her. She has been a great sufferer for several months, with the spirit of Christ she lovingly endured these afflictions, knowing that these light afflictions, which are just for a short time, would work out for her a far more exceedingly and eternal weight of glory. The funeral services was conducted from the Baptist church in Ozark, Oct. 7, by Elder J. J. Parten. The father and son have the sympathy of the entire community. May heaven’s blessing rest upon all the bereaved and comfort them, and may we all meet up in heaven where we shall never again say good bye. A Friend
Walker, Lucinda (Maynard) Steele 1878 - 12 Mar 1953
[Note: Daughter of Lewis & Martha (Stephenson) Maynard; married ? Steele; married Marshall A. Walker]
Mrs. Lucinda Walker, 75, died at 4:10 p.m. yesterday in the home of a daughter, Mrs. Tilda Sparkman of Battlefield. Mrs. Walker suffered a stroke a few hours before her death. She had lived with her daughter for the past five years. Before that, Mrs. Walker had spent most of her life in Nixa. Besides the daughter, she is survived by a son, Everett Steele of Springfield; two other daughters, Mrs. Emma Ortman of Turlock, Calif., and Mrs. Dorothy Arndt of Nixa; four brothers, Ira, Grover and John Maynard, all of Springfield, and Cornelius Maynard of Nixa; four sisters, Mrs. Bill Word and Mrs. Hattie Faught, both of Springfield, Mrs. Jane Faught of Nixa and Mrs. Tilda Norton, also of Nixa; 17 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Arrangements are under direction of Harris of Nixa.
Note: this clipping from the collection of Lula (Rogers) Gardner has a handwritten date of 1953 in the margin.
Walker, Lucinda (Maynard) Steele 1878 - 12 Mar 1953 CCR 19 Mar 1953 p8
Mrs. Lucinda Maynard Walker was born in 1878 near Nixa, the daughter of Lewis and Martha Maynard and died in the home of a daughter in Battlefield on March 12, 1953 at the age of 75. She was united in marriage to Abe Steel in 1898 and to this union one son was born. In 1908 she was united in marriage to Marshall Walker and to this union three daughters were born. Mr. Walker preceded her in death in 1942. While a young woman, Mrs. Walker obeyed the Gospel and united with the Christian Church. Survivors are one son, Everett Steel of Springfield; three daughters, Mrs. Emma Ortlan of Turlock, Calif., Mrs. Tilda Sparkman of Battlefield; and Mrs. Dorothy Arndt of Nixa; four brothers, four sisters, 17 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, March 15 in Union Chapel west of Nixa with Rev. Roscoe Hardin officiating. Burial was in McConnell Cemetery under direction of Harris of Nixa.
Walker, Luther 15 Apr 1880 - 30 Jan 1968 CCR 1 Feb 1968 p8
[Note: Son of William & Elizabeth (Cox) Walker; married Anna Moore 2 Nov 1893 - 21 Oct 1978]
Luther Walker, 87, of Ponce de Leon, died at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday in the Bilyeu Nursing Home in Ozark. He is survived by his wife, Annie, of the home; two sons, Theodore, Neosho, and Carl, Springfield; one daughter, Mrs. Shirley Henry, Spokane; one brother, Bill Walker, Springfield; one sister, Mrs. Mary Pritchard, Springfield, and a number of grand and great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today in the Ponce de Leon Baptist Church with the Rev. Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Burial will be in the Spokane Cemetery under direction of Harris.
Walker, Mae M. (Alcorn) 14 Aug 1895 - 13 Dec 1991 OH 15 Aug 1985 p5
[Note: Daughter of Nute & Mary (Rogers) Alcorn; married William D. Walker 23 Jun 1883 - 21 Feb 1967]
Caption: Mae Walker of Chadwick is looking enthusiastically toward her 90th birthday, August 14. She was born in 1895 and this longtime Christian County resident manages her home by herself, She is wished a very happy birthday and many more.
Walker, Margaret Ann Eliza (Underdown) 7 Jul 1864 - 29 Sep 1944 CCR 5 Oct 1944 p7
[Note: Daughter of W. R. & ? ( Hickman) Underdown; married 27 Dec 1891 Nichols Thomas Walker 1868 - 1954]
Margaret Ann E. Walker was born July 7, 1864, and passed away at her home near Rogersville Sept. 29, 1944. She was married to Nichols Thomas Walker on Dec. 27, 1891, and to this union were born six children, three of whom preceded their mother in death. Surviving are her husband, Thomas; two daughters, Mrs. Maude Moody and Mrs. Ellen Roller of Rogersville; one son, Ben Walker of Harrison, Ark.; two grandchildren, Helen of Harrison, Ark., and Jack with the U.S. Army overseas; three sisters and one brother. Funeral services held at the Springhill Church Saturday afternoon were conducted by Rev. H.E. Moore. Burial was made in the Church Cemetery under direction of the Kelly-Ferrell Funeral Home of Rogersville.
Walker, Marion Alonzo “Lon” 5 May 1863 - 11 Dec 1961 CCR 7 Dec 1961 p1
[Note: in 1887 married Julia Ann Hedgpeth 4 Apr 1870 - 4 May 1946]
Funeral services for Marion Alonzo “Lon” Walker, 98, who died Monday at the Christian Rest Home in Ozark, were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Harris Chapel in Nixa with the Rev. Roscoe Harding officiating. Burial was in the Payne Cemetery. Mr. Walker, who had lived in Springfield since 1947, and prior to that in Nixa and Ozark, was a member of the South Street Baptist Church. He is survived by a son Harry of 905 S. New, Springfield; two daughters, Mrs. Reba Eoff and Mrs. Florence Perryman, both of Nixa; six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
Walker, Marshall Elvin 16 Mar 1862 - 11 Nov 1942 CCR 19 Nov 1942 p1
[Note: Son of John & ? ( ) Walker; married 1886 Margaret Jones who died 10 Sep 1905; married Lucinda Maynard 1878 - 12 Mar 1953 who m/1 Steele]
Marshall E. Walker was born March 16, 1862 and died November 11, 1942, at the age of 80 years. He was born in Kentucky and when a small boy came with his parents to this state. At the age of 24, he was united in marriage to Margaret Jones, who preceded him in death September 10, 1905. To this union were born 7 children. Four of them having died in infancy and a daughter, Susie Munhollon, died on April 19, 1922. Of this union two survive; Florence Maynard of Route 8, Springfield and Viola Owen, Republic, Route 1. Later he married Lucinda Maynard and to them were born three daughters; Mrs. Emma Ortman of Delhi, California; Tilda Sparkman of Killeen, TX and Dorthy Arndt of Kansas City. Besides his daughters and the widow, Lucinda, he is survived by 18 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends. His church affiliations were with the Union Services for Christ. Uncle Marsh, as he was affectionately known in his community, will be greatly missed by his friends. Funeral services were held at the Church at McConnell cemetery at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon with Rev. J.L. McDaniel officiating. Burial was under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.
Walker, Martha Shirley (Jenkins) 8 Dec 1919 - 8 Mar 2010 SN-L 11 Mar 2010
[Note: Daughter of Joseph & Fluella ( ) Jenkins; married 10 Jun 1939 Noman Walker]
Martha Shirley (Jenkins) Walker, 90, Chadwick, Missouri, passed away peacefully March 8, 2010, in Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark. Martha was born December 8, 1919, to Joseph and Fluella Jenkins in McMinnville, Tennessee, one of nine children. After moving from Tennessee to Missouri, Martha spent her youth growing up and attending school in the Barber Creek area near Chadwick. On June, 10, 1939, she was united in marriage to Noman Walker of Chadwick. After marrying, they established their home in the Chadwick area and were together for over 63 years. To this union one son, Ben and one daughter, Beverlee was born. Martha retired from Lilly Tulip Corporation after 28 years of loyal service. After retiring she enjoyed cooking, fishing, hunting and raising livestock on their farm. She adored her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and cherished the time spent with them during the holidays and special family gatherings. Martha was preceded in death by her loving husband, her daughter, both parents, two brothers and five sisters. She is survived by her one son, Ben R. Walker of Forsyth, Missouri; one sister, four granddaughters, one grandson, one great-granddaughter, five great-grandsons, one great-great-granddaughter, nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation will be from 6 to 7 p.m., Thursday, March 11, 2010, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. A graveside funeral service will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery.
Walker, Martha Shirley (Jenkins) 8 Dec 1919 - 8 Mar 2010 CCH-N 17 Mar 2010
[Note: Daughter of Joseph & Fluella ( ) Jenkins; married 10 Jun 1939 Noman Walker]
Martha Shirley (Jenkins) Walker, 90, Chadwick, passed away peacefully March 8, 2010, in Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark. Martha was born Dec. 8, 1919, to Joseph and Fluella Jenkins in McMinnville, Tenn., one of nine children. After moving from Tennessee to Missouri, Martha spent her youth growing up and attending school in the Barber Creek area near Chadwick. On June, 10, 1939, she was united in marriage to Noman Walker of Chadwick. After marrying, they established their home in the Chadwick area and were together for more than 63 years. To this union one son, Ben, and one daughter, Beverlee, was born. Martha retired from Lilly Tulip Corporation after 28 years of loyal service. After retiring she enjoyed cooking, fishing, hunting and raising livestock on their farm. She adored her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and cherished the time spent with them during the holidays and special family gatherings. Martha was preceded in death by her loving husband, her daughter, both parents, two brothers and five sisters. She is survived by her one son, Ben R. Walker of Forsyth, one sister, four granddaughters, one grandson, one great-granddaughter, five great-grandsons, one great-great-granddaughter, nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation was held from 6 to 7 p.m. March 11, 2010, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. A graveside funeral service followed at 2 p.m. March 12 at Chadwick Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.
Walker, Mary Elizabeth (Self) 12 Jun 1887 - 24 Dec 1948 CCR 30 Dec 1948
[Note: Daughter of John A. & Mary ( ) Self; married 24 Aug 1910 Vardeman R. Walker]
Mary Elizabeth Walker was born to John A. and Mary Self in Webster county, near Elkland, June 12 1887, and died Dec. 24, 1948, in her home in Republic, at the age of 70 years, six months and 12 days. She had been in very poor health for the past month. She was united in marriage Aug. 24, 1910, to Vardeman R. Walker. Surviving besides the husband, Vardeman, are six nieces and four nephews. Graveside services were held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 26, at 3 o’clock in the Republic Greenwood cemetery, with the Rev. Robert Gottas officiating. Burial was made under the direction of the Maples-Harris Funeral Home of Clever.
Walker, Mary Emma Delena “Lena” (Henslee) 19 Nov 1899 - 18 Feb 1964 CCR 20 Feb 1964 p1
[Note: marrried Joseph Walter “Walt” Walker]
Mrs. Lena Walker, 54, Route 1, Strafford, who had lived in that community 24 years, died at Burge Protestant Hospital at 5:53 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Walker is survived by six sons, Lloyd, Floyd, Glen and Archie Lee, all of Route 1, Strafford, Lena, Route 10, Springfield and Joe Walker, Moberly; two daughters, Mrs. Hester Smith, Route 1, Strafford and Miss Myrtle Walker of the one on Route 1, Strafford; 21 grandchildren; a great grandchild’ three brothers, Winfred, Chadwick, Winsor, state of California and Wills Walker, Wiseman, Ark. and three sisters, Mrs. Lucinda Wilson, Springfield, Mrs. Nina Beyers, Denver, Colo, and Mrs. Lissie Dobbs of Chowchilla, Calif. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Chadwick Union Church with the Rev. Ridley Thomas officiating. Burial will be in the Chadwick Cemetery under direction of Harris of Ozark.
Walker, Mary L. 18 Jul 1922 - 25 Oct 1988 OH 3 Nov 1988
Mary L. Walker, 66, died at 5:35 a.m. Oct. 25 at Cox Medical Center North; Springfield, after a long illness. Graveside services for Mrs. Walker were held Oct. 27 in Brookline Cemetery.
Walker, Mary May (McMammie) 8 Aug 1925 - 4 Feb. 1995 CCH-N 8 Feb. 1995
[Note: Daughter of Bev 7 Edna ( ) McMammie; married 20 Dec 1927 Herbert Lee Walker 30 Nov 1919 - 21 Aug 1996]
Mary May Walker, 69, Ozark, died Saturday, Feb. 4, 1995, in Cox Medical Center South. She was born Aug. 8, 1925, in Herrick, Ill., the daughter of Bev and Edna McManmie. On Dec. 20, 1927, she was united in marriage to Herbert Lee Walker. She worked for several years in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis and retired from continental Airlines. She and her husband moved from Texas to the Ozark area in 1985. She attended Ozark General Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Loniel McManmie; and a sister, Rose O’Kelly. Survivors include her husband, Herbert; a daughter, Audrie VanKirk and her husband, Scott, Ozark; a step-daughter, Linda Culver and her husband Arthur; four step-grandchildren, Steven David, Angela and Amy; and three step-great-grandchildren, Aisha, McKenzie, and Brittany; three brothers, Edgar McManmie, Herrick, Ill., Joe McManmie, St. Louis, and Roger McManmie, Winston-Salem, N.C.; two sisters, Christine Woeher, St. Louis, and Violet McManmie, Herrick, Ill.; nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Tuesday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Jerry Applegate officiating. Burial was in Hopedale Cemetery.
Walker, Mary Melissa (Turner) 8 Jun 1866 - 27 Dec 1933 CCR 4 Jan 1934 p6
[Note: married 25 Nov 1889 John W. Walker 19 Jan 1867 - 15 Jan 1921; mother of Ethel (Walker) Davidson & Wilma (Walker) Willoughby 19 Feb 1905 - Jun 1987; no MO DC found]
Mary Melissa Turner was born June 8, 1866 and departed this life, Dec. 27, 1933, aged 67 years, 7 months and 18 days. She was married to John W. Walker on Nov. 29, 1889. To this union were born two daughters, Ethel Walker Davidson of Springfield and Wilma Walker Willoughby of Rogersville. Besides the daughters she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Belle Miller of the home address and Mrs. J.C. Black of Springfield; by two brothers, Jacob Turner of Strome Alta, Canada and Dan W. Turner of Pueblo, Colorado; by four grandchildren, Mrs. George Bright, Mrs. Beryle Goffman and John Davidson, all of Springfield, and Bettie Willoughby of Rogersville, besides by a number of nieces and nephews and a host of friends. She professed faith in Christ early in life and lived a devoted Christian life. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. A.S. Hanks on Dec. 29 at 2 p.m. at the Harmony church with burial in the Smith Cemetery under the direction of B.C. Klepper.
Walker, Maxine (Wade) 8 Sep 1925 - 16 Apr 2011 SN-L 17 Apr 2011 & CCH-N 20 Apr 2011
[Note: Daughter of Claude E. & Sarah Jane (Shelton) Wade; married 3 Nov 1951 Don E. Walker]
Maxine Walker, age 85 of Nixa, passed away April 16, 2011. She was born September 8, 1925 in Cave Creek, Arkansas, the daughter of Claude E. and Sarah Jane (Shelton) Wade. On November 3, 1951 she was united in marriage to Don E. Walker. He was the love of her life. Maxine was an incredible homemaker, centering her life around her family. She was a devoted housewife and mother, always putting her husband and three boys first. Maxine cherished her grandchildren and great-granddaughter. Her love for them was abundant. Although she came from small beginnings, she accomplished much in her life, becoming a true renaissance woman, full of grit, determination, and most of all, love. Survivors include: her husband, Don E. Walker, Nixa; two sons, Ronnie Lynn Johnson, Springfield and Terry Allen Walker, Dogwood; her daughter-in-law, Sharman Walker, Nixa; four grandchildren, Missy, Mandy, Krista Lynn, and Stephen Michael "Bubs"; a great-granddaughter, Bethany; a brother, Don; two sisters and best friends, Kathleen and Jane; and her extended family and friends. Maxine was preceded in death by her son, Danny Walker; and her other brothers. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa with Jerry Francisco officiating. Burial will follow in Rivermonte Cemetery, Springfield. Visitation will be from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. immediately before the funeral on Tuesday in the funeral home.
Walker, May ( Alcorn) 14 Aug 1895 - 13 Dec 1991 OH 19 Dec 1991
[Note: Daughter of Nate & Mary (Rogers) Alcorn; married William D. Walker 23 Jun 1883 - 21 Feb 1967]
May Walker, 96, died Friday, Dec. 13, 1991 in St. John’s Regional Health Center. She was born Aug. 14, 1895 in Ava, and was the daughter of Nate and Mary (Rogers) Alcorn. She lad lived in the Chadwick area for many years. Her husband, William, preceded her in death in 1967. She attended the Chadwick Pentecostal Church. Survivors include two daughters, Hazel Moody and her husband, Charles, Chadwick, and Mabel Pierce and her husband, Pete, Ozark; three sons and daughters-in-law, Earl and Betty Walker, Ponce de Leon; 11 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; a brother, Burl Alcorn, Orange Grove, Calif; and a sister, China Holman, Ava. Funeral services were held Monday in Chadwick Pentecostal Church with the Rev. Ben DeWitt officiating, under the direction of Adams Funeral Home. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery.
Walker, Mildred Irene (Berry) 14 Dec 1923 - 9 Jan 2011 SN-L 11 Jan 2011 & CCH-N 12 Jan 2011
[Note: Daughter of Roy and Myrle (Gardner) Berry; married 22 Sep 1941 John W. Walker ? - 19 Jun 2003]
Mildred Irene Walker, age 87, Oldfield, passed away at 7:50 p.m., Sunday, January 9, 2011 in Ozark Nursing and Care Center. She was born December 14, 1923, the daughter of Roy and Myrle (Gardner) Berry. Mildred was united in marriage to John W. Walker on September 22, 1941. John preceded her in death on June 19, 2003. She and John ran the Post Office in Oldfield from 1956 until 1985. Mildred was a member of Oldfield Church of Christ. Survivors include: a son, Tom Walker, Strafford; three grandchildren, Kimberly Jo Jones, Dawn Rachel Taylor and Bryan W. Walker; six great-grandchildren, Colton Jones, Shelby Jones, Stevie Jones, Zach Daugherty, Taylor Daugherty, and Cory Taylor; and a daughter-in-law, Judy Walker, Oldfield. In addition to her husband, Mildred was preceded in death by her parents and a son, Johnny Walker. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, January 14 in Oldfield Church of Christ. Burial will follow in Oldfield Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday in the funeral home.
Walker, Mildred Mineva (Weter) 6 Jan 1912 – 14 Nov 1994 CCH-N 23 Nov 1994
[Note: Daughter of Franklin Joseph & Laura Bell (Meyers) Weter; married Claude Walker]
Mildred Mineva Walker, 82, Rogersville, died at 6:40 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14, 1994, at her home in Rogersville following a short illness. She was born Jan. 6, 1912, in Chadwick, the daughter of Frank and Laura Bell Meyers Weter. She lived her childhood and early adult years on her parents' farm on Bull Creek. She was united in marriage to Claude Walker. She was preceded in death by her parents; two infant children, Claudine Marie and Roy Lee; four sisters, Blanch Loomis, Hazel Workman, Bessie Loomis and Marie Lunsford; six brothers, Clyde, Charlie, Tom, Mike, Arthur and Woodrow Weter. Survivors include four daughters, Jean Roy and her husband, Murrel, Willard, Barbara Hacker, Rogersville, Joanne Johnson and her husband, Floyd, Elkland, and Margie McGinnis, Springfield; 13 grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren. A memorial service was held Nov. 17, in Harris a Heritage Funeral Home. Ozark.
Walker, Myrtle Aline 1 Jan 1939 - 26 Aug 1940 CCR 1 Aug 1940 p1
[Note: Daughter of Floyd & Lucile (Cobb) Walker]
Myrtle Aline Walker was born Jan. 1, 1939 and died July 27, 1940. She was 1 year, 6 months and 27 days old. She was the daughter of Floyd and Lucille Cobb Walker of Chadwick. Besides the parents she leaves a brother, Charles, and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker of Strafford. Funeral services were held at 2 pm Sunday, July 28 in the Chadwick cemetery with the Rev. Frank Fletcher officiating. Burial was made there under the direction of the John Harris Undertaking Co. of Chadwick.
Walker, Nellie M. (Devereaux) 24 Dec 1873 - 15 Sep 1966 CCR 4 Aug 1966 p1
[Note: Daughter of Philemon & Anna Christine (Olson) Devereaux; married Albert Walker 1873 - 1934]
Mrs. Nellie M. Walker, 92, a resident of Nixa 50 years, died at 6:55 p.m. Friday, July 29 in Fair Acres Nursing Home, Carthage. She was a member of the Nixa Christian Church, Her husband, Albert who died many years ago, had been associated with the banks in Nixa, Chadwick and Battlefield. Surviving are two brothers, Jay R. Devereaux, Aurora and Arthur E. Devereaux, Carthage; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday in Harris Chapel at Nixa. The Rev. Roscoe Harding and the Rev. Dale DeLong officiated, and burial was in Ozark Cemetery.