Weagley, Anna N., d. 1936 - Weaver, Joseph L., d. 1909

 

Weagley, Anna N. (Widdup) 2 May 1863 - 4 May 1936 CCR 7 May 1936 p1

[Note: Daughter of Thomas & ? (Columbo) Widdup; married John Kimple Weagley 2 Jun 1860 - 30 May 1912]

Chadwick Woman Fatally Injured. Mrs. Anna Weagley dies in Springfield hospital following auto crash near Sparta. Funeral services Wednesday, other victims improve. An auto crash at the intersection of highways 14 and 25, the farm-to-market road to Garrison, near Sparta Sunday claimed the life of Mrs. Anna Weagley, 74, pioneer woman of the Chadwick community. She was rushed to the Burge hospital at Springfield in a Klepper ambulance where she died at 2:15 Monday morning. Her death was caused by internal injuries. Others injured in the crash were Claude P. Weagley, the dead woman’s son, his wife, Allie; her 8-year old niece, Betty Workman; and Mrs. Ettie Corwine. They are all residents of the Chadwick community and were enroute to attend services at a church in Sparta. Driver of the other car was Louis Shipman, also of Chadwick, a life-long acquaintance of the Weagleys. Mr. Shipman was uninjured. Betty Workman and Mrs. Allie Weagley are still confined to the hospital at Springfield but neither is believed to be in critical condition. The deceased was born May 2, 1862, in Morgan county, Illinois. She married John Kemple Weagley in 1881 and to this union ten children were born. Two children and the husband preceded her in death. Survivors are Claude and Guy of Chadwick; Inez Workman of Chadwick; Alice Clinkenbeard of Apache, OK; Mattie McIntosh of Coffee Cree, MT; Mary Quick and Grace Turrentine, both of Piper, Kansas; and Pearl Van Court of Honolulu, HI. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 6, at Chadwick. Burial was made in the Chadwick cemetery under the direction of the Klepper Funeral Home of Ozark.

 

Weagley, Claude Phillip 24 May 1883 - 19 Dec 1958     CCR 1 Jan 1959 p1

[Note: Son of John Kimple & Anna N. (Widdup) Weagley; married Belva “Ellie” Miller]

Funeral services for Claude Phillip Weagley, 75 of Willard, who died Dec. 19 at his home, were held Tuesday, Dec. 23 at 2:00 p.m. in the Chadwick Union Church. Burial was in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home. He was a farmer and lived in Chadwick 54 years before moving to Bolivar, Mo. He lived the past 14 years at Willard. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Belva Weagley; one step-daughter, Mrs. Mamie Sherman, one brother, Guy Weagley of Chadwick; five sisters, Mrs. Inez Engeo of Tacoma, Wash, Mrs. Grace Edwards of Drexel, Mo. Mrs. Alice Clinkingbeard of Modesto, Calif., Mrs. Mattie Whiteis of San Diego, Calif. and Mrs. Pearl Van Court of California.

 

Weagley, Guy E. 27 Oct 1898 - 12 Feb 1978  OH 23 Feb 1978 p11

[Note: Son of John Kimple & Anna N. (Widdup) Weagley; married Tennie A. Gilbert  1902 - 10 Jan 1971]

OZARK - services for Guy E. Weagley, 79, Chadwick were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Harris Chapel with the Rev. Glesco Roberts officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery. Mr. Weagley died at 2:17 p.m. Sunday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a long illness. He was a member of the General Baptist Church where he served 40 years as a deacon. He was a retired farmer and orchard operator. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Johnson, Springfield; two sons, John K. and L. D., both of Chadwick; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Edwards, Dunsmuir, Calif. and Mrs. Inez Engoe, Long Branch, Wash.; seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

 

Weagley, John K. 14 Mar 1923 - 29 Dec 1994  CCH-N 4 Jan 1995

[Note: Son of Guy E. & Tennie A. (Gilbert) Weagley; married 23 May 1944 Thelma Elizabeth Green 1 Mar 1926 - 5 May 1994]

John K. Weagley, 71, Springfield, formerly of Chadwick, died Thursday, Dec. 29, 1994, in Cox Medical Center, South, following a long illness. He was born March 14, 1923, in Chadwick, the son of Guy Kemple and Tennie Gilbert Weagley. He was a 1942 graduate of Chadwick High School. He was a WWII veteran, serving the U.S. in Japan. On May 23, 1944, he was united in marriage to Thelma Elizabeth Green. He was a farmer, raising cattle, and he owned and operated vineyards and orchards for a number of years. He was preceded in death on May 5, 1994, by his wife, Thelma, as well as by a brother, L.D. Weagley in 1986. Survivors include two daughters and their husbands, Jonna and Ted Melton, Chadwick, and Pamela and Mike Jackson, Springfield; a son, Jerry Kemple Weagley, Chadwick; two grandchildren, Traci Lee and husband; Mike, Sparta, and Brian Jackson, Springfield: a sister, Mildred Johnson and husband, Olin, Springfield; nieces; and nephews. Funeral services were Saturday, Dec. 31, in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery with Rev. James "Hobo" Applegate officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Weagley, Johnny Kemple 29 Mar 1945 - 10 Nov 2008 SN-L 11 Nov 2008 & CCH-N 19 Nov 2008

[Note: Son of Lee Dean & Pauline Neva (Clark) Weagley; married Judith]

Johnny Kemple Weagley, age 63, of Chadwick, passed away in his home Monday, November 10, 2008. He was born March 29, 1945, in Chadwick, the son of Lee Dean and Pauline Neva (Clark) Weagley. His father preceded him in death. Johnny was a farmer and raised cattle. He had also been employed by Diversified Plastics in Nixa. He enjoyed his dogs. Survivors include two sons, Johnny Weagley and Bobby Weagley, both of Battlefield; a grandchild Brennan Weagley; his mother Pauline Weagley, Chadwick; two sisters, Mary Braden and husband Gary, Ozark, and Paula Roller, Ozark; the mother of his sons Judith Weagley, Springfield; nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends. A graveside funeral will be at 10 a.m., Wednesday, November 12, in Chadwick Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Weagley, Lee Dean “Shorty” 24 Sep 1925 - 6 Sep 1986 OH 11 Sep 1986 p7

[Note: Son of Guy E. & Tennie A. (Gilbert) Weagley; married Pauline Neva Clark]

Services for L. D. “Shorty” Weagley, 60, Chadwick, were held September 8 in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery. Mr. Weagley died September 6 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield. He was a lifelong resident of the Chadwick community and a 1943 graduate of Chadwick High School. He was a farmer and was employed with the road and bridge construction for several years. He was a member of Union Local No. 676. Survivors include his wife, Pauline; two daughters, Mary Braden, Ozark and Paula Patrick, Chadwick; one son, Johnny Weagley, Chadwick; one sister, Mildred Johnson, Springfield; one brother. John Weagley, Springfield and four grandchildren

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Weagley, Lee D. “Shorty” 24 Sep 1925 - 6 Sep 1986 OH 18 Sep 1986 pB10

Card of Thanks

The family of L. D. (Shorty) Weagley wants to say thanks for the prayers, cards, visits, food, and other acts of kindness shown in the death of our husband, father and grandfather. A special thanks to Shelly Burkhart and other ambulance attendance. May God Richly bless each of you.  Pauline Weagley  Bobby Lane Weagley  Johnny Weagley  Johnny Lee Weagley   Mary and Gary Braden  Gary Lee Braden  Paula and Rod Patrick   Meagan  Patrick

 

 

Weagley, Tennie A. (Gilbert) 1902 - 10 Jan 1971  CCR 14 Jan 1971 p8

[Note: Daughter of  Henry Lee & Mary Malinda (Tennison) Gilbert; married Guy E. Weagley 27 Oct 1898 - Feb 1978]

Funeral services for Mrs. Tennie A. Weagley, 68, of Chadwick, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Chadwick Union Church with the Rev. Glasco Roberts officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery under the direction of Harris of Ozark. Mrs. Weagley died at 4:45 a.m. Sunday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield following a long illness. Survivors include her husband, Guy; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Johnson of Springfield; two sons, John and L. D. Weagley, both of Chadwick; five brothers, Perry Gilbert of Ava, Russell, Paul and Joe Gilbert, all of Oldfield and Cletis Gilbert of Bolivar; three sisters, Mrs. Fay Hull of Oldfield, Mrs. Frona Robison of Sparta and Mrs. Beatrice Walls of Hilda; seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

 

Weagley, Thelma E. (Greene) 1 Mar 1926 - 5 May 1994 OH 11 May 1994

[Note: Daughter of Richard A. & Minnie (Norris) Greene; married 23 May 1944 John Kemple Weagley 14 Mar 1923 - 29 Dec 1994]

Thelma E. Weagley, 68, Springfield, died Thursday, May 5, 1994 in St. John’s Regional Health Center. She was born March 1, 1926 and was the daughter of Richard A. and Minnie Norris Greene. She was a 1944 graduate of Sparta High School. On May 23, 1944, she was united in marriage to John Kemple Weagley. Mrs. Weagley lived most of her life in the Chadwick area. Several years ago she and her husband moved to Springfield. She retired from General Electric Company. Mrs. Weagley was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Preceding her in death were her parents; and two brothers, Stanford and Stuart Greene. Survivors include her husband, John Weagley; two daughters, Jonna Melton and her husband, Ted, Chadwick, and Pamela Jackson and her husband, Mike, Springfield; a son, Jerry Kemple Weagley, Chadwick; two grandchildren, Traci Lee and her husband, Mike, and Brian Jackson, all of Springfield; a brother, Stanley Greene and his wife, Jewell, Sparta; nieces and nephews. Graveside services were Sunday in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. The Rev. Charles Hufft officiated.

 

Weakley, Leonard A. "Len" 1927 - 23 Feb 2006 SN-L 26 Feb 2006

Leonard A. "Len" Weakley, 78, Ozark, passed away Thursday, February 23, 2006, in Cox South Hospital. At his request, no services or viewing are planned. Private interment will be in Missouri Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.

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Weakley, Leonard A. "Len" 29 May 1927 - 23 Feb 2006 CCH-N 1 Mar 2006

Weakley died at 78

From our staff

            Len Weakley, 78, died Feb. 23. He was a common face in the Ozark community and is seen above with Congressman Roy Blunt in November, 2005. Blunt paid special tribute to Weakley in recognition of his volunteer work on behalf of the area’s senior citizens.

            While Weakley would be the first to tell you that he didn’t do anything alone, he successfully advocated for his contemporaries, Ozark’s senior citizens, and he accomplished much during the last several years.

            Under his persuasive leadership, the county voters agreed to the Christian county Senior Services Fund Tax in 2001. That tax helped make possible a new 10,000 square foot center that serves hot meals, accommodates recreational and learning activities and other activities beneficial to seniors.

            Weakley also secured a grant that brings the center’s kitchen up to restaurant standards. That means that when the plan in successfully implemented, diners will eat freshly-cooked food rather than frozen entrees that were prepared off-site and reheated.

            Carolyn Harris, administrator at the Senior Center, said in an earlier interview that Weakley was one of the hardest working people she knew.

            “I don’t know where to start,” she said. “He has been such and attribute to the community. I have been amazed at hoe hard he work(ed). Since the short time I’ve been hear, he’s accomplished more than any one person I have ever known.”

            “He just really went all out to make sure the seniors were taken care of in this community.”

            Because of Weakley’s involvement, Congressman Roy Blunt in Ozark for the ribbon cutting for the fitness center at the Ozark Junior High School,. Took time out Nov. 29 to recognize Weakley’s accomplishments.

            “Len epitomizes someone who is willing to put forth hard work and selfless dedication to get good things accomplished,” Blunt said then.

            Blunt presented Weakley with a personal letter of appreciation and gratitude for what he’s done on behalf of the citizens of Christian County.

            “Armies of volunteers create extraordinary events but frequently they can be traced back to the example and leadership on one person with extraordinary vision,” the letter read. “Often that person is quiet and self-effacing but also courageous and dependable.”

            At Weakley’s request, there was no funeral service.

 

Weatherd, Cleo (Amos) Gladden 5 Dec 1922 - 7 Aug 2005 SN-L 9 Aug 2005

[Note: Daughter of James Gordon & Mary Agnes (Ginger) Amos; married Charles Gladden; married Darl Weatherd]

A graveside funeral for Mrs. Cleo (Amos) Weatherd, age 82, of Adair, Okla., formerly of Nixa, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 10, in McConnell-Bledsoe Cemetery, Nixa. Friends may call after 4 p.m. tonight or on Wednesday morning in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

 

Weatherford John William 13 Aug 1942 - 10 Oct 2010 CCH-N 13 Oct 2010 & SN-L 12 Oct 2010

[Note: Son of Leo Wesley & Gladys (McAllister) Weatherford; married 23 Aug 1961 Boneta Wigley]

John William Weatherford, 68, Ozark, passed away Oct. 10, 2010. He was born Aug. 13, 1942, in Chickasha, Okla., the son of Leo Wesley and Gladys (McAllister) Weatherford. On Aug. 23, 1961, he married Boneta Wigley. John was a Mason and Shriner, and had achieved Master of the Royal Secret of the 32nd Degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Survivors include: his wife, Boneta Weatherford, Ozark; his daughter, Sabrina Inman and husband Curtis, Ozark; his granddaughter, Lauren Inman, Ozark; his mother, Gladys Weatherford, Maysville, Oklahoma; a sister, Susan Woods and husband Rick, Monkey Island, Oklahoma; and two nieces, Calin and Alexis Watt. Private arrangements were under the care of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial donations may be made to Cassidy United Methodist Church, 5151 N. Fremont Rd., Nixa, 65714 or to Hospice Compassus, 1465 E. Primrose, Springfield, 65804.

 

Weatherford, Leo Wesley 17 Aug 1920 - 1 Mar 2006 CCH-N 29 Mar 2006

[Note: Son of John & Laura (Andrews) Weatherford; married 1 Oct 1941 Gladys McAlister]

            Leo Wesley Weatherford of Maysville, Okla, was born Aug. 17, 1920 north of Lindsay to John and Laura Andrews Weatherford. Leo died March 1, 2006, at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of 85. Leo spent his childhood in the Washington area. On Oct. 1, 1941, he married Gladys McAlister at Purcell, Okla. Leo served in the United States Army during WWII, in the European Theater and saw action in the Battle of the Bulge. Leo and Gladys have lived in the Maysville area for almost 55 years. Leo farmed east of Maysville and in McClain County. He enjoyed coffee and conversation at the Maysville Farm Store every morning with his friends and felloe farmers. He loved his family and extended family. He was a member of the American Legion and of the First United Methodist Church of Maysville. Survivors include his wife, Gladys of the home; one son, John Weatherford and wife Boneta of Ozark; one daughter, Susan Woods and husband Rick of Miami, Okla; granddaughters, Sabrina Inman and husband Curtis of Ozark and Calin and Alexis Watt of Miami, Okla.; one great-granddaughter, Lauren Inman; and two grandsons, Kyle and Kaelin Woods and a great host of friends made throughout the years. Leo is preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Juanita Boyd Lewis in January of this year and Martha Alice Bryer in 1988.


Weatherman, Anna E. (Boyd) 5 Feb 1892 - Mar 1976 OH 18 Mar 1976 p10

[Note: married 3 Dec 1917 Hobart C. Weatherman  1897 - 12 Dec 1954]

Mrs. Anna E. Weatherman, 85, of 1215 East Belmont, died at 1:55 a.m. Wednesday in Fremont Manor after a short illness. Mrs. Weatherman, a resident of Springfield for the past 50 years, was a former resident of Christian and Taney Counties. She was a member of St. Paul’s Methodist church. Surviving are a son, Vernon R. of 4501 Jackson Drive.; a half-sister, Mrs. Lucille Smith of Aurora; and two grandchildren. Service were at 2 p.m. Friday in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Robert N. Arbaugh officiating. Burial will be in Shipman Cemetery near Sparta.

 

Weatherman, Benjamin Samuel 1869 - 11 Mar 1949 CCR 17 Mar 1949

[Note: married 5 Sep 1890 Hattie Cornelison 1 Sep 1871 - 27 Dec 1943 ]

Benjamin Samuel Weatherman, 79, died March 11, 1949. He was born in Taney county and spent most all of his life in the Walnut Shade vicinity. On February 5, 1889 he was united in marriage to Hattie Cornelison, and to this union were born four children. His wife preceded him in death, December 27, 1943. He was a member of the Walnut Shade Baptist church. Survivors are one son, Cecil Weatherman of Walnut Shade, MO; three daughters, Mrs. R.R. Cook of Branson, Mrs. Albert Gray of Spokane and Mrs. John Gladson of Springfield; nine grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Monday at 1 pm in the Walnut Shade school with the Rev. R.W. Forbis of Clever officiating. Burial was made in the Walnut Shade cemetery under direction of the Maples-Harris Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Weatherman, Duffie Ellen (Florence) 21 Dec 1886 - 15 Sep 1972  CCR 21 Sep 1972 p4 & OH 21 Sep 1972 p8

[Note: married Elmer L. “Babe” Weatherman 24 Apr 1877 - 15 Apr 1972]

Funeral services for Mrs. Duffie Ellen Weatherman, 86, of Spokane, were at 2 p.m. Monday in the Harris Chapel here with the Rev. Fred Plank officiating. Burial was in Walnut Shade Cemetery. Mrs. Weatherman died at 5:25 a.m. Friday in the Springfield Medicenter after a long illness. She was a lifelong resident of the Walnut Shade and Spokane communities. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Freeda Bilyeu of Nixa, Mrs. Opal Llewellyn, of Sunland, Calif. and Mrs. Muriel Bilyeu of Ozark; five sons, Lawrence of Springfield, Norman of Spokane, Harold of Oroville, Calif., Roscoe of Galena and Fred of Springfield; three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Crawford of Norco, Calif., Mrs. Clita Kirkpatrick of Springfield and Mrs. Virgie Compton of Kansas City; a brother, Dolphus Florence, of Springfield; 17 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.

 

Weatherman, Elmer L. “Babe” 24 Apr 1877 - 15 Apr 1972 CCR 27 Apr 1972 p8

[Note: married Duffie Ellen Florence 21 Dec 1886 - 15 Sep 1972]

Elmer L. “Babe” Weatherman, 94, of Spokane, died at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, April 20, in Mercy Villa, Springfield. He was a retired farmer and lifelong resident of the Walnut Shade and Spokane area, Mr. Weatherman was a member of the Pleasant Shade Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Duffie Ellen; three daughters, Mrs. Freeda Bilyeu, Nixa, Mrs. Opal Llewellyn, Sunland, Calif. and Mrs. Muriel Bilyeu, Ozark; five sons, Lawrence Weatherman and Fred Weatherman of Springfield, Norman Weatherman of Spokane, Harold Weatherman of Oroville, Calif. and Roscoe Weatherman of Galena; and 17 grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. George Bishop officiating. Burial was in Walnut Shade Cemetery.

 

Weatherman, Hattie (Cornelison) 1 Sep 1871 - 27 Dec 1943 CCR 6 Jan 1944 p1

[Note: Daughter of C. R. & ? (?) Cornelison; married 5 Feb 1890 Benjamin Samuel Weatherman 1869 - 11 Mar 1949]

Mrs. Hattie Weatherman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Cornelison, was born Sept. 1, 1871, and passed away to her reward Dec. 27, 1943, after a short illness. She was 72 years of age. She was married to Benjamin S. Weatherman on Feb. 5, 1890, and to this union were born four children, one son, Cecil, of the home address, Walnut Shade, Mo., three daughters, Mrs. R.R. Cook of Republic, Mo., Mrs. Albert Gray of Spokane, Mo., and Mrs. Nola Gladson of Springfield, Mo., all of who, with the husband, survive her. Others she so much loved are nine grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren and one brother, Johnny Cornelison. Early in her life she was converted and later became a member of the Missionary Baptist Church. Funeral services were held at the home in Walnut Shade at 2 o’clock Wednesday, conducted by Rev. R.R. Cook of Republic, Mo. Burial was in the Walnut Shade Cemetery under direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Weatherman, Infant 21 Feb 1909 - 4 Apr 1909 CCR 29 Apr 1909 p1

[Note: Infant of Robert Wesley & Janie (Smith) Weatherman]

Sunday morning at Selmore the two months old infant of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Weatherman, Burial was made in the Ozark cemetery Monday afternoon.

 

Weatherman, J. C. “Keets” 11 May 1885 - 10 Jun 1938 CCR 9 Jun 1938 p1

[Note: Son of Samuel & Mary Ann (Smith) Weatherman; married 2 Oct 1921 CCM Rosa Lee Brocker]

Keets Weatherman was born May 11, 1885, in Christian county, Mo., about ten miles south of Ozark, where he lived his entire life. He died June 10, 1938, at the home of his brother, Hobart, 505 S. Grant St., Springfield, at the age of 53 years. Survivors include the mother, Mrs. Mary Weatherman, three sisters, Mrs. Oscar Smith, Strafford, Mrs. W.W. Stewart, Springfield, Mrs. Willie Shurte, Ozark, two brothers, William of Ozark and Hobart of Springfield, four nephews and six nieces. Funeral services were conducted June 12 at 2:30 p.m. in the Chaffin Funeral Home at Ozark by Rev. D.A. Dean of Springfield with burial in the Shipman cemetery under direction of T.B. Chaffin.

 

Weatherman, Jane (Keeton) 10 Jun 1872 - 5 Aug 1943 CCR 12 Aug 1943 p1

[Note: Daughter of  Martin Luther & Margerette (Steele) Keeton; married  John C. Weatherman]

Funeral services for Mrs. Jane Weatherman, 71, who died Aug. 5, were held Saturday, Aug. 7, at the Chaffin Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. Floyd Hanks, with burial in Ozark cemetery. Survivors include her husband, John Weatherman, seven children, Mrs. Maude Beyers, Oilton, Okla., Mrs. Merle Weter, Chadwick, Mabel Weatherman of the home, Odell Weatherman, Springfield, Elmer Mapes, Clinton, Ill., Homer and Clarence Mapes, Springfield; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Bradley, Sparta, and Mrs. Dora Shipman, Broken Bow, Okla.; two brothers, John Keeton, St. Joseph and Will Keeton, Ozark. Three sons preceded her in death. She was converted and united with the Baptist church at the age of 48. She was a lifelong resident of Christian county.

 

Weatherman, John Allen 1934 - 9 Nov 1962 CCR 15 Nov 1962 p1

[Note: Son of Everett & Dale ( ) Weatherman; married Reka Ann]

Funeral services for John Allen Weatherman, 28, of Nixa, were held at 3 p.m. Monday in the Rainey Chapel, Springfield with the Rev. C. A. Lawson officiating. Burial was in Springfield’s National Cemetery.  Mr. Weatherman was killed last Friday morning in an automobile accident on State Route 266 west of Springfield. He is survived by his wife, Reka Ann Weatherman of Springfield; three children, John Allen, Jr. of Wichita, Kan, and Richard Allen and Pamela Sue, both of Blacwell, Okla; his mother, Mrs. Dale Clark of Tulsa; his father, Everett; three sisters, Mrs. Betty Donnell, Mission, Kan., Mrs. Nina Kasem, Hyattsville, Md. and Mrs. Shirley Johnson in France and two brothers, Bill, Wichita and Cecil, Kansas City

 

Weatherman, John C. 27 Dec 1861 - 8 Feb 1947 CCR 13 Feb 1947 p1

[Note: Son of  Calvin C. & Rebecca (Gann) Weatherman; married Jane Keeton 10 Jun 1872 - 5 Aug 1943]

John C. Weatherman was born Dec. 27, 1861, and passed away on Feb. 8, 1947. Mr. Weatherman was a resident of Ozark for the past several years. He had professed faith in Christ and was a member of the Baptist church. He is survived by two sons, Sherman of Ozark and Odell of Rogersville; five daughters, Mrs. Maud Beyers of Oilton, Okla., Mrs. Mable White of Fordland, Mrs. Muriel Weter of Chadwick, Mrs. Loretta Fister of St. Louis and Mrs. Mollie Payton of Ozark; six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; and one brother. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon in the Chaffin Funeral Home chapel by Rev. Roy Shipman. Burial was in the Shipman cemetery.

 

Weatherman, Mary Ann (Smith) 11 Jul 1858 - 1 Mar 1940 CCR 7 Mar 1940 p1

[Note: married Samuel J. Weatherman 6 Jan 1858 - 19 Jul 1932]

Mrs. Mary Weatherman died March 1, 1940. She was born July 11, 1858, and passed away at the age of 81 years, 7 months and 20 days. She is survived by two sons, William of Ozark and Hobert of Springfield, and three daughters, Mrs. Oscar Smith of Strafford, Mrs. W.W. Stewart of Springfield and Mrs. Willie Shurte of Ozark; ten grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, March 3, in the Chaffin Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. Roy Shipman with burial in the Shipman cemetery under direction of T.B. Chaffin.

 

Weatherman, Mary Ellen (Lewis) 13 Sep 1913 - 14 Jul 1999  CCH-N 21 Jul 1999 & CCH-N 28 Jul 1999

[Note: Daughter of Charley & Maude (Melton) Lewis; married Roscoe Weatherman]

Mary Ellen Weatherman, 85, of Ozark, passed away Wednesday July 14, 1999 at her home. Mary Ellen was born September 13, 1913 at Spokane, MO the daughter of Charley Lewis and Maude (Melton) Lewis. Mary Ellen was united in marriage to Roscoe Weatherman in Anaheim, California. Mary was a retired food service worker as a waitress and manager at McCoy Drug and McLeans. Mary Ellen was preceded in death by her parents, a son, Kenneth, and brothers, Fred and Clifford Lewis and a sister Walsie. Surviving are her husband Roscoe of the home; a son Clifford Lee and his wife Sheryl of Spokane; a brother Clarence Lewis of Ozark; and two sisters, Bessie Tate of Chestnutridge; and Flossie Underwood of Ozark; two granddaughters, Tina Crisafi of Murrieta, California and Debby James of Plasterville, California; a great-granddaughter, Michele Crisafi and a great-grandson Micheal Crisafi both of Murrieta, California. Graveside services was at 2 p.m. Friday July 16, 1999 at the Schupbach Cemetery Chestnutridge, MO with the Reverend Paul Swadley officiating. Burial followed under the direction of Harris, A Heritage Funeral Home Ozark. Visitation was Thursday July 15, 1999 at the Funeral Home.

 

Weatherman, Nancy Susan (Hancock) 18 Jun 1872 - 3 Nov 1949  CCR 10 Nov 1949

[Note: Daughter of Martin & Margaret (Jackson) Weatherman; married John Weatherman]

Mrs. Nancy Susan Weatherman, 77, died Thursday, November 3, at her home near Christian Center.  Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon in the Chaffin Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Reg. Mapes.  Burial was in the Highlandville cemetery.  Mrs. Weatherman was a native of Christian County, born June 18, 1872, the daughter of Martin and Margaret Hancock.  She was one of  a family of ten children, of whom two sisters survive.  Mrs. Margaret Bryant of Ozark and Mrs. Amanda Rush of Bell Plains, KS, and one brother, M. V. Hancock of Mobile, AL.  Surviving children are a son, Sherman, of the home, and two daughters, Mrs. Mollie Maybell Payton of Ozark and Mrs. Loretta Fister of  St. Louis.  Other survivors include a grandson, Roy, and three great-grandsons, all of the Ozark, and several nieces and nephews.

 

Weatherman, Norman Glenn 17 Nov 1912 - 22 Nov 2000 CCH-N 6 Dec 2000

[Note: Son of Elmer L. & Duffie (Florence) Weatherman; married 25 Apr 1961 Beverly Ann Lewis]

Norman Glenn Weatherman, age 88, of Ozark passed away on Wednesday, November 22, 2000 at Cox Medical Center South in Springfield. He had most recently been a resident of Ozark Nursing and Care Center. Mr. Weatherman was born on November 17, 1912 near Walnut Shade, Missouri. He was the son of Elmer L. and Duffie (Florence) Weatherman. He had lived several years in California, where he was employed as a trucker. He returned to the Ozark area in the mid-60's, and operated a store in Wendy City. Survivors include: a son, Lee Weatherman of Spokane; five grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren; two brothers, Freddie Weatherman of Reeds Springs, and Harold Weatherman of Oroville, California; two sisters, Freda Bilyeu of Nixa, and Muriel Bilyeu of Ozark. A son, Kenneth, preceded him in death. A graveside service was held on Saturday, November 25 at the Schupbach Cemetery in Spokane, and was under the direction of Adams Funeral Home of Ozark.

 

Weatherman, Odell 20 Mar 1915 - 2 Jun 1977 OH 9 Jun 1977 p1

[Note: Son of John & Jane (Keeton) Weatherman; married Mae Evelyn]

Coroners Inquest Set in Billings Murder

The Christian County coroner has called an inquest for Thursday morning at 9:00 to investigate the death of a Springfield man who was shot in a Billings antique shop. Christian County Coroner Arthur Adams said a coroner’s jury had been impaneled to investigate the death of Odell Weatherman, 62. Weatherman, a World War II veteran, was shot with a .32 caliber pistol in a Billings antique shop owned by Frank H. Rinker last Wednesday June 21. Rinker, 72, Billings and Weatherman’s wife, Mae Evelyn Weatherman, 53, have been charged with capital murder in the slaying, Their preliminary hearings are scheduled for June 14 in magistrate court. They are being held in lieu of $100,000 bond, each in the Christian County jail. An autopsy performed at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield showed Weatherman was shot in the chest and left arm. He died in the antique shop. Authorities said Rinker and Mrs. Weatherman were in the shop together when Weatherman came in, An argument arose among the trio, police said. Meador Ambulance Services received a call about 5:40 p.m. from a man who indicated there had been a shooting and asked for an ambulance. Survivors, besides the wife, include two daughters, Miss Deborah Lynn Weatherman and Miss Stacy Weatherman, both of Richmond Springs, Tex.; and two sisters, Mrs. Mike Weter, Chadwick and Mrs. Maude Beyers, Alton, Okla.

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Weatherman, Odell 20 Mar 1915 - 2 Jun 1977 OH 9 Jun 1977 p2

Services for Odell Weatherman, 62, of 634 South Main were at 2 p.m. Monday in the Herman Lohmeyer Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Clell Newell officiaiting. Burial was in Maple Park Cemetery. Mr. Weatherman died Wednesday of gunshot wounds received in an altercation in an antique shop in Billings. His wife, Mae Evelyn, has been charged with capital murder. Surviving re his wife, Mae Evelyn; two daughters, Deborah Lynn and  Stacy  both of Richmond Springs, Tex.; and two sisters, Mrs. Mike Weter, Chadwick and Mrs. Maude Beyers, Alton, Okla.

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Weatherman, Odell 20 Mar 1915 - 2 Jun 1977 OH 16 Jun 1977 p8

We would like to thank everyone for prayers, flowers, food, and other expressions of sympathy during the illness and loss of our beloved brother, Odell Weatherman. A special thanks to Charles and Sylvia Atkinson. Merle Weter and Family, Maude Beyer and Family.

 

Weatherman, Robert Wesley Oct 1874 - April 1928  CCR 5 Apr 1928

[Note: married 1899 Jane Smith Dec 1878 - ?; buried South Heights Cemetery, Sapulpa, Oklahoma]

Mrs. Frank Williams received a message Tuesday, telling of the death of her brother-in-law, Wesley Weatherman of Briscow, Oklahoma. Death was caused by a stroke of paralysis.

 

Weatherman, Roscoe 22 Feb 1924 - 28 Jan 2004 SN-L 30 Jan 2004

[Note: Son of Elmer "Babe" & Duffie (Florence) Weatherman; married Mary Ellen Lewis 13 Sep 1913 - 14 Jul 1999]

Roscoe Weatherman, age 79, of Nixa, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004, in Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark. He was born Feb. 22, 1924, in Walnut Shade, the son of Elmer "Babe" Weatherman and Duffie (Florence) Weatherman. He graduated from high school and served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. Following the war, he moved to California where he was a truck driver. He later returned to this area and purchased a farm near Galena. Mr. Weatherman also drove a tour bus out of Springfield. He moved to Nixa when his health started to fail. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ellen; a stepson, Kenneth Weatherman; and five brothers and sisters, Lawrence Weatherman, Freda Bilyeu, Harold Weatherman, Opal Lewellyn and Norman Weatherman. Survivors include a brother, Freddie Weatherman and his wife, Carol, Branson; a sister, Muriel Bilyeu, Ozark; a stepson, Lee Weatherman and his wife, Sheryle, Spokane; nieces and nephews. A graveside funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, in Schupbach Cemetery, Spokane, with Pastor Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Arrangements are under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Visitation will be from 6 to 7 p.m. today in the funeral home.

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Weatherman, Roscoe 22 Feb 1924 - 28 Jan 2004 CCH-N 29 Jan 2004

Roscoe Weatherman, 79, Nixa, died Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004 in Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark. He was born Feb. 22, 1924 in Walnut Shade, the son of Elmer "Babe" Weatherman, and Duffie (Florence) Weatherman.  Weatherman graduated from high school and served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. Following the war he moved to California where he was a truck driver. He later returned to this area and purchased a farm near Galena. Weatherman also drove a tour bus out of Springfield. He moved to Nixa when his health started to fail. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ellen; a step-son, Kenneth Weatherman; five brothers and sisters, Lawrence Weatherman, Freda Bilyeu, Harold Weatherman, Opal Lewellyn and Norman Weatherman. Survivors include one brother, Freddie Weatherman and wife Carol, Branson; one sister, Muriel Bilyeu, Ozark; one step-son, Lee Weatherman and wife, Sheryle, Spokane; and nieces and nephews.  A graveside funeral was held at 1 p.m. Jan. 31, in Schupbach Cemetery, Spokane, with Pastor Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.  Visitation was from 6-7 p.m. Jan. 30 in the funeral home.

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Weatherman, Roy Lee 5 Feb 1912 - 6 Apr 1984 OH 26 Apr 1984 p9

[Note: Grandson of John & Nancy Susan (Hancock) Weatherman; married Esther ]

Roy Lee Weatherman, 72, passed away April 6 in Carson City, Nevada. Mr. Weatherman was born in Missouri, and lived eight miles south of Ozark. He was a construction superintendent, and helped with the construction of many buildings in Reno, Las Vegas and Carson City, Nevada. Survivors include his wife, Esther; three sons, Bud, Pete, and Pat; five grandchildren, Jimmy, Debby, Wanda, Tony, and Damon Roy; five great-grandchildren, Jennifer, Christopher, Casey Joe, Rachel and Alicia.

 

Weatherman, Samuel T. 6 Jan 1858 - 19 Jul 1932 CCR 21 Jul 1932 p1

[Note: Son of Calvin C. & Rebecca (Gann) Weatherman; married 11 Apr 1880 CCM Mary Ann Smith 11 Jul 1858 - 1 Mar 1940]

Samuel T. Weatherman, aged 74 years, died at his home south of Ozark, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o’clock, after an illness of several weeks. The funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon, with Rev. Applegate officiating, with burial in the Shipman cemetery at 3 o’clock under the direction of T.B. Chaffin of Ozark. A more complete obituary will appear next week.

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Weatherman, Samuel T. 6 Jan 1858 - 19 Jul 1932 CCR 28 Jul 1932 p1

Samuel J. Weatherman was born Jan. 6, 1858 and departed this life, July 19, 1932. He was married to Mary A. Smith on April 11, 1880. To this union were born seven children, all living except one who departed this life in infancy. He leaves to mourn he departure, the widow and six children, 12 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, 2 brothers and 3 sisters and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Wednesday, July 20 at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Applegate officiating with burial in the Shipman Cemetery under the direction of T.B. Chaffin.

 

Weatherman , William “Bill” 29 Jun 1889 - 23 Mar 1954      CCR 25 Mar 1954 p1

[Note: Son of Samuel J. & Mary Ann (Smith) Weatherman]

Funeral services for Bill Weatherman, 64, who died Tuesday at the Roberts Rest Home in Ozark, where she had been a resident the past six years, were held Thursday afternoon at the Chaffin Chapel, conducted by Rev. Reg Mapes. Burial was in the Shipman Cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home.  A lifelong resident retired farmer of the Christian Center community southeast of Ozark, he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Willie Shurte of Ozark and one brother, Hubert Weatherman of Kansas.

 

Weatherman, William Sherman 29 Oct 1890 - 8 Mar 1952 CCR 13 Mar 1952

[Note: Son of John & Susie (Weatherman) Weatherman]

William Sherman Weatherman was born in Christian County October 29, 1890 and died March 8, at the age of 61 in Springfield Baptist hospital. He was the son of John and Susie Weatherman. At an early age he was converted and was united with the Victory Baptist Church. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mollie Payton of Ozark and Mrs. Loretta Fister of St. Louis; three half-sisters, and one half-brother, Mrs. Merel Weter of Chadwick, Mrs. Mable White of Waterloo, Iowa, Mrs. Maud Byers of Oilton, OK, and Mr. Odell Weatherman of Rogersville; and one nephew, Ray Weatherman of Santa Monica, CA. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon, March 10 at two o’clock in the Chaffin Funeral Home chapel with Rev. Howard Meadows officiating. Burial was made in the Highlandville Cemetery under direction of Chaffin of Ozark.

 

Weatherwax, Della N. (Green) 31 May 1909 - 4 Aug 1971 CCR 12 Aug 1971 p8

[Note: Daughter of Robert Samuel & Nancy M. (  ) Weatherwax; married John G. Weatherwax 14 Dec 1906 - 8 Mar 1972]

Mrs. Della N, Weatherwax, 62, of Springfield, died at 3:45 a.m. Wednesday at Cox Medical Center. She had lived in Springfield since 1935 and was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Johnny; three sons, Ralph, La Fayette, Ind., Harold, Washington, D. C., Jim of the home,; a brother, Bernard Green, Springfield; three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Guerin, Chadwick, Mrs. Laura Young, and Mrs. Maggie Garrett, both of Springfield and two grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Friday in Harris Chapel in Ozark. Burial was in Garrison Cemetery.

 

Weaver, ? (?) d 26 Jan 1940 CCR 8 Feb 1940 p4

[Note: married G. W. Weaver]

Mrs. J. C. Rogers received a letter Sunday from Frank Weaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Weaver, one time residents of Ozark, telling of the death of his mother who passed away January 26, at her home in Portland, Oregon, where the family had resided since early in 1900. Mr. Weaver died several years ago. The youngest of the 3 sons, Frank, Arthur and Sam, was a soldier overseas in the World War. Arthur made his home with his mother and Frank gave his address as Lemon Grove, CA. The three daughters also live in Oregon, the eldest, Mrs. Kellman with her family at Portland. The Kellman family, with her brother Arthur, visited several years ago with old Ozark friends.

 

Weaver, Caroline ( ) Hunter 1825 - 4 Nov 1918 CCR 8 Nov 1918

[Note: married Sam Weaver; no legible tombstone in Weaver Cemetery; 1900 census gives Feb 1830 birthdate; no MO DC found]

After a lingering illness, Aunt Caroline Weaver (col.) died at her home in Ozark early Monday morning November 4, 1918, aged about 93 years. Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday afternoon conducted by Rev. L. H. Maples in the presence of a large number of white friends besides the few colored people of this community, Interment was made in the Weaver cemetery north of town. Aunt Caroline was a woman with a history. She was born a slave in Virginia in 1825 and was first married to a man by the name of Hunter who was later sold away from her. To this union one child was born. Later, she was brought to Missouri by the Weavers, still a slave, where she married Sam Weaver with whom she lived till his death at Highlandville a number of years ago. To this union 11 children were born, 4 of whom survive her. She was a slave from her birth in 1825 till Lincoln’s emancipation proclamation in 1863, in all well toward half her life was spent as a slave. More than 50 years ago, she was converted to the Christian religion and was a consistent believer and practiced it to the best of her knowledge and ability. The writer has known the family more than 25 years and in all this time, we never heard a word against the life and character of this old colored mother.

 

Weaver, Clista Mae (Wells) 3 Mar 1925 - 16 Feb 2007 SN-L 18 Feb 2007

[Note: Daughter of William & Beulah (  ) Wells; married 29 Dec 1959 George Walter Weaver 10 May 1924 - 20 Dec 2000]

Clista Mae Weaver, 81, of Ozark, Mo., passed away Friday, February 16, 2007, in Riverview Manor, in Ozark. Clista was born March 3, 1925, in Christian County, Ozark, Mo., the daughter of the late William and Beulah Wells. On Dec. 29, 1959, She was united in marriage to the late George Weaver. She was a member of the Smyrna Baptist Church. Surviving Clista are two sons, Larry and Ronnie, both of Ozark; one daughter, Janet, and her husband, Lowell Cantrell, of Springfield, Mo.; five grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Greenlawn Funeral Home, East, with burial to follow in Rivermonte Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, in the funeral home.

 

Weaver, Daniel 6 Aug 1849 - 12 Oct 1922 CCR 20 Oct 1922 p1

[Note: Son of  John R. & Mary Ann (Gray) Weaver]

Dan Weaver, aged 73 years, 2 mos. And 6 days, died on the W. E. Bain place Thursday, October 12th, 1922. The remains were brought to the Ozark Undertaking rooms and prepared for burial and where a short fuenral service was conducted Saturday afternoon with burial in the Weaver cemetery north of Ozark. Deceased had been in bad health for sometime. He was a native of Christian county and leaves 3 brothers and one sister, but no family.

 

Weaver, Dilsa 13 Feb 1863 - 1 Jan 1916 CCR 7 Jan 1916

[Note: Daughter of Samuel & Caroline (  ) Weaver - line drawn through mother’s first name on DC; spelling from tombstone varies from obit]

Aunt Dilcey Weaver, a well known colored woman of Ozark, died at her home in Ozark at 7:10 Sunday evening after a lingering illness, aged about 60 years. Funeral services were conducted at the residence Monday afternoon by Rev. Potter, followed by interment in the Weaver cemetery two miles north of town,

 

Weaver, Ellen (Huey) 28 Aug 1916 - 5 Apr 1998  CCH-N 15 Apr 1998

[Note: Daughter of Fred & Laura Belle (Livingston) Huey]

Ellen Weaver, age 81, of Ozark, died Sunday, April 5, 1998, in St. John's Regional Health Center. She was born August 28, 1916 in Columbus, Kansas and was the daughter of Fred and Laura Belle (Livingston) Huey. Mrs. Weaver worked as a sheet metal worker for Boeing Aircraft and Associated Air Craft in Wichita, Kan., before retirement. She had lived in Ozark for 13 years. Mrs. Weaver was a member of the First Baptist Church of Ozark. She was active in Ozark and Nixa Senior Citizens Centers. Survivors include: three sons, Jerry Weaver, Hollister, Jim Weaver and his wife, Nancy, Wichita; and Ray Weaver and his wife, Linda, Ozark; nine grandchildren, Robert, Jeff, Bruce, and Brian Weaver, Robyn Fisher, Cristy Neura, Ryan Weaver, Denise Burk, and Dianne Matthews; and five great-grandchildren, Courtney Fisher, Gavin Burk, and Brittany, Ciara, and Hunter Matthews. She was preceded in death by her parents, and a sister, Mary Grace Crum. Funeral services were Wednesday, April 8, in Adam's Funeral Home with Rev. Troy Rhoden and Rev. Jim Jeffries officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church of Ozark.

 

Weaver, Frank Richard “Cicero” Feb 1890  - 29 Oct 1967   CCR 2 Nov 1967 p1

[Note: Son of John Elizah & Mary Ann “Mollie” (Morrisette) Weaver]

One of this country’s best known performers of vaudeville days, Frank Richard Weaver, 76, famous as Cicero of the Weaver Brothers and Elviry and who also made a number of movies, died at 12:30 p.m. Sunday in a hospital in Ventura, Calif. He made his home in recent years in Ventura and had been ill for several weeks. Born near Ozark of a pioneer Ozarks family, Weaver was a headliner in the troupe that popularized hill music and mannerisms on the stage. He and his late brother, Leon and “Abner” and his wife, June, known as “Elviry”, were stars of the act. Also includes were two other brothers, Charlie who died two years ago and Max, retired building superintendent at St. John’s Hospital and now projectionist at the Springfield Drive-In Theater. Several other performers from this area also were in the Weaver act. At one time, over 22 members of the Weaver family were in the troupe, touring from coast to coast. Frank Weaver retired about 10 years ago after a 40 year career in show business. As Cicero in the Weaver Brothers act, he was headlined for years on the Keith-Orpheum vaudeville circuit and also toured Europe. When Vaudeville began to decline, the Weaver Brothers and Elviry made a number of movies in the 1930’s. The first, made for Warner Bros. in 1932, also featured an actor named Humphrey Bogart. Funeral services and burial were in Ventura.

 

Weaver, George Walter 10 May 1924 - 20 Dec 2000  CCH-N 17 Jan 2001

[Note: married Clista Mae Wells 3 Mar 1925 - 16 Feb 2007]

George Walter Weaver, 76, Ozark, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2000 in Christian Healthcare, East, in Springfield. George was born Saturday, May 10, 1924 in Richmond, Va. He retired from Fasco Industries in 1987. He was a veteran of World War lI and the Korean War and a member of the VFW Post #7628. He was a licensed minister and a member of Smyrna Baptist Church of Rogersville. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Clista Mae of the home; two sons, Larry of the home; Ronnie of Ozark and a daughter and son-in-law, Janet and Lowell Cantrell of Springfield, five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday, Dec. 23 in Harris Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Reverend Dale Grubaugh officiating. Burial with full military honors followed at Rivermonte Memorial Gardens, Springfield.

 

Weaver, James “Jim” Oct 1870 - 12 Feb 1941 CCR 20 Feb 1941 p1

[Note: Son of Samuel & Caroline (Turner)]

Jim Weaver, age 70 years passed away at his home in Ozark, February 12, 1941. He is survived by one sister and one brother, and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Feb. 14 at 2 pm in the Chaffin Funeral Home by Rev. Floyd Hanks with burial in the Weaver cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

 

Weaver, Jane 1890 - 4 Jul 1905 CCR 6 Jul 1905

A Sad Accident

Wile the merry-making was at its height in Ozark last Tuesday, the word went over the grounds that some one had been drowned. The crowd was so large and rumors so conflicting that it was hoped the reports were untrue. But hope was given up when eye witnesses began to tell of the accident. One of Aunt Dilsey Weaver’s granddaughters, Jane Weaver, in crossing the temporary bridge across the river, fell in. The current was so swift that she was thrown off her feet, and before she could regain them, the water had carried her beyond her depth, and before aid could reach her, she sank for the last time. There are conflicting reports as to how she happened to fall from the bridge. One rumor is that her hat blew off and she jumped in to save it. Some who saw it think she lost her balance and fell. The occurrence saddened the remainder of the day and cast a gloom on the spirits of all, especially on those who knew the unfortunate girl. The body was found Wednesday morning by Dick Bryant, near the form below the grounds. The program committee will buy the coffin and help with the funeral expenses.

 

Weaver, Jimmie Dean 22 Mar 1938 - 25 Jun 1977 OH 30 Jun 1977 p10

[Note: Son of John A. & Ruby (Houbeuchel) Weaver; married Nancy]

BILLINGS - Services for Jimmie Dean Weaver, 39, Billings, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Meadors Chapel here with the Rev. Claude Chainey officiating. Burial was in Smart Cemetery near Clever. Mr. Weaver died at 1:40 p.m. Saturday in Cox Medical Center, Springfield after a short illness. Mr. Weaver was a member of the Community Baptist Church in Shell Knob and was a member of the R & D Trail Club of Billings. He was employed by the Crane Manufacturing Company in Republic as a mechanic. Surviving are his wife, Nancy; two daughters, Debbie and Elisabeth, both of the home; his mother, Mrs. Ruby Weaver and a sister, Mrs. Dale Kohler, both of Ponca City, Okla.

 

Weaver, Jimmie Lee 24 Feb 1938 - 7 Dec 2008 AdamsFH & CCH-N 17 Dec 2008

[Note: Son of Charles Edward & Ellen Marcella (Huey) Weaver]

Jimmie Lee Weaver, age 70, of Mt. Vernon, formerly of Wichita, Kansas, passed away Sunday, December 7, 2008 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield. He was born February 24, 1938 in Wichita, the son of Charles Edward and Ellen Marcella (Huey) Weaver. He served his country in the U.S. Army. Mr. Weaver retired as a maintenance engineer for the Wichita School system. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Wichita. After becoming disabled he moved to the Veterans Home in Mt. Vernon, where he enjoyed making friends and working jigsaw puzzles. Survivors include: two daughters, Cristy Neura and husband Rudy, Travis Air Force Base, California, and Robyn Fisher, Melissa, Texas; a son, Ryan Weaver, Wichita; four grandchildren, Courtney Fisher, and Ben, Hannah, and Jacob Neura; and a brother, Ray Weaver and wife Linda, Ozark. He was preceded in death by his parents. A graveside funeral with military honors will be 10:00 AM Friday, December 12, in Selmore Cemetery, south of Ozark. Services are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Weaver, John R. 21 Nov 1820 - 22 May 1899 CCR 25 May 1899

[Note: Son of John “Jockey” &  Barbara (Richards) Weaver; married Mary Ann Gray 4 Apr 1827 - 28 Jul 1899]

An Old Settler Gone

Died, at his home south of the city, Monday night, May 21st. John R. Weaver of old age, 79 years, 6 months. The remains were laid to rest in the Weaver cemetery two miles north of town Wednesday afternoon. Uncle John, as everybody knew him, was one of the first settlers in this section and is almost the last of the pioneers who made this their home. We hope to give a more complete notice next week

 

Weaver, Joseph L. 21 Nov 1828 - 28 Jan 1909 CCR 14 Jul 1911 p1

[Note: Son of  John "Jockey" & Barbara (Richards) Weaver; married  Sarah  Garrison 27 Jul 1837 - 30 Jan 1915]

Moved Away.

On Friday of last week, Mrs. Sarah Weaver and son John left for Claremore, Okla.. where they go for Mrs. Weaver’s health. Mrs. Weaver is the wife of Joseph L. Weaver a well-known citizen who died at this place Jan. 28, 1909. He was 81 years old at the time of his death and had lived in this county many years. He helped to organize the first bank that was organized in Ozark, Helped to organize [no more copied]

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