Wilson, Celia, d. 1945 - Wilson, Henry, d. 1934

 

Wilson, Celia (Clifton) 19 Jun 1870 - 21 Nov 1945 CCR 29 Nov 1945 p1

[Note: married Dec 1892 W. J. Wilson]

Celia Wilson was born June 19, 1870, and passed away Nov. 21, 1945. She was united in marriage to W.J. Wilson in December 1892 and to this union were born seven children, two of whom preceded her in death. She was converted early in life and lived as a loving and devoted Christian. Survivors include her husband, three sons, Lonnie and Ernest of Billings, route 1, and Ernest of Clever; two daughters, Mrs. Alta Chastain of Clever and Mrs. Bessie Gilmore of Billings, route 1; 18 grandchildren and five great grandchildren; two brothers, Will Clifton of Clever and Jim Clifton of Billings; and one sister, Mrs. Rebecca Maples of Billings. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the Union Ridge church conducted by Rev. Worth Caughron of Ozark with burial in the church cemetery under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Wilson, Charles Dale 28 Jun 1957 - 28 Feb 1995  CCH-N 8 Mar 1995

[Note: Son of Charley & Frances (  ) Wilson]

Charles Dale Wilson, 37, Nixa, died Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1995, in St. John's Regional Health Center. He was born June 28, 1957, in Aurora, the son of Charley and Frances Wilson. He was employed as a machine operator by Diversified Plastics Corporation in Nixa. Survivors include his father, Charley Wilson, Ponce De Leon; his mother, Frances McCoy, Chestnutridge; a brother, Eddie Dwyane Wilson, Chestnutridge; and his foster mother, Helen Marie Lee, Ponce De Leon. Cremation was under the direction of Adams Funeral Home.

 

Wilson, Chloe (Ailor) Simpson 18 Aug 1911 - 7 Dec 2002  CCH-N 18 Dec 2002

[Note: Daughter of Rev. Edgar Irvin & ? (?) Ailor; married first ? Simpson; married second ? Wilson]

Chloe Ailor Wilson, 91, Dalton, Ga., died Dec. 7, 2002, at her residence. Wilson was born Aug. 18, 1911, in Kansas City, Mo., the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Irvin Ailor. Following graduation from Northeast High School in Kansas City, she received an AB degree from Drury College, Springfield, in 1934; a BS in Science from Southwest Missouri State College, Springfield; and an MA degree from Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau. Wilson taught Home Economics, English and Science in the Sparta, Chadwick, Clever and Perryville, Mo., high schools for more than 25 years. She was a member of Grace Episcopal Church in Jefferson City, Mo., and had been active in St. Mary's Guild, Altar Guild, as Diocean Delegate and the Re-Sell-It Shop; Order of the Easter Star, No. 326; Fidelis Beta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa; Cole County Chapter of Retired Teachers; Jefferson City Art Club and the Jefferson City Council of the Arts. Before retiring to Jefferson City in 1975, she had been active on a district and state level in the Auxiliary to the Ozark Chapter of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, and in the Sixth District Missouri Federation of Women's Clubs. Wilson is survived by her children and their spouses, Bill and Sherry Simpson, Tunnel Hill, Ga., Jeremiah Simpson, Sevierville, Tenn., and Jennifer Wilson MacAdam, River Heights, Utah; and by four grandchildren, one sister and one brother. A memorial service was held at Grace Episcopal Church, Jefferson City, conducted by the Rev. Harvel R. Sanders, rector. Internment was in Maple Grove Cemetery, Mt. Vernon, Mo arrangements by Ponders Funeral Home, Dalton, Ga.

 

Wilson, Clell L. 6 Oct 1926 - 19 Nov 1970  CCR 26 Nov 1970 p1

[Note: Son of Leslie Glen & Myrtle (Turner) Wilson; married  Imogene ]

Clell L. Wilson, 44, of Spokane, died at 11:40 a.m. Thursday, No 19, at Cox Medical Center in Springfield following a brief illness. He had been hospitalized since Wednesday. He was  a member of Spokane Baptist Church, Friend Masonic Lodge No. 352 of Ozark, Abou Ben Adham Temple in Springfield, and for the last 10 years, had been owner of the Gateway Cafe on old Hwy 65 south of Spokane. A veteran of World War II, he had served overseas with the Army. He is survived by his wife, Imogene; two daughters, Christine and Jeannie, both of the home; his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Wilson of Spokane; and four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Stewart of Spokane, Mrs. Della Yeager of Bartlesville, Okla, and Mrs. Merel Amos and Mrs. Hazel Holt, both of Reeds Spring. Funeral services were at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Spokane Baptist Church with the Revs. Tommy Bilyeu and George Bishop officiating. Burial was in Spokane Cemetery with graveside rites conducted by the Ozark Masonic Lodge. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Harris of Ozark.

 

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[Note: Son of John C. & Arlena J. (Goddard) Wilson - born near Nixa, Christian County, MO]

Musician/Singer. Born as Clyde Carol Wilson. Slim began his radio career in 1933 after KWTO went on the air in Springfield, Missouri. He did brief work for radio stations in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Denver, Colorado, before returning to Missouri. In his musical career, Slim worked with different singing groups for example, Slim and Shorty, Flash and Whistler (Lennie Aleshire and Goo Goo Rutledge), The Goodwill Trio featuring Speedy Haworth and "Aunt Martha" which later became The Goodwill Family when Guy Smith joined the trio. He was also the lead of The Tall Timber Trio with Bob White and Speedy Haworth. Slim became a regular on the Ozark Jubilee and later hosted his own nationally syndicated TV program, "The Slim Wilson Show".

Burial: Eastlawn Cemetery Springfield Greene County Missouri, USA

Posted by: cantorjoeocho

 

Wilson, Clyde E. 15 Sep 1919 – 20 Jul 2000  CCH-N 26 Jul 2000

[Note: married 22 Feb 1942 Louella Thompson]

Clyde E. Wilson, age 80, Cheyenne, Wyoming, formerly of Ozark, passed away Thursday, July 20, 2000 in United Medical Center, Cheyenne. He was born September 15, 1919 in Avalon, Missouri. On February 22, 1942 Mr. Wilson was united in marriage to Louella Thompson in Springfield, Missouri. Mr. Wilson served his country during World War II in the U.S. Army Air Corp. He was a sheet metal worker, a member of the Sheet Metal Workers International Association, and Past President of Sheet Metal Workers Local 207 in Cheyenne. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Cheyenne. Survivors include his wife, Louella, Cheyenne; his son, Michael Wilson, Kissimmee, FL; a daughter, Linda Eden, Georgetown, CO; two sisters, Ruby Denman, Kansas City, MO, and Ellen Moeller, Columbia, MO; five, grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, three sisters, and a great-grandchild. Graveside services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, July 27, 2000 in White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Springfield, under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Wilson, Coleen (Prosser) 20 Jul 1934 - 26 Jul 2010  SN-L 31 Jul 2010

[Note: married 1951 Johnnie Wilson 29 Feb 1928 - 26 Jul 2010

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Wilson, Johnnie 29 Feb 1928 - 26 Jul 2010 SN-L 31 Jul 2010

[Note: married 1951 Coleen Prosser 20 Jul 1934 - 26 Jul 2010]

Johnnie, 82 and Coleen, 76 Wilson, of Lebanon, Mo., went home to be with the Lord on Monday July 26, 2010. They were united in marriage in 1951 and had just recently celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary. They were faithful members of Bennett Springs Church. Johnnie and Coleen enjoyed spending time with their family, often traveling with their grandchildren. Frequently spending summers traveling with them to the International Association of Jim Beam Bottle and Specialties Clubs. To this union was born two children, a daughter Debbie Wilson, who preceded them in death and one son, John Wilson who is left to mourn their passing; Coleen's brother, Paul Prosser of Springfield; granddaughter, Sarah Kessinger and husband Caleb, of Highlandville; and grandson, Andy Wilson and wife Rubecca of Phoenix, Ariz.; five great-grandchildren, Miriam, Nathaniel, and Forrest Kessinger; Genesis and Sage Wilson; numerous nieces, nephews, and countless friends. They will be greatly missed by all whose lives had been touched and blessed by theirs. A visitations is scheduled for Saturday, July 31, 2010, from 4 to 6 p.m., in the Klingner-Cope Family Funeral Home, 1635 N. Benton, Springfield, Mo., with the funeral service to be held Monday, August 2nd at 2 p.m., in the funeral home. Interment will follow in Eastlawn Cemetery. A celebration of Johnnie and Coleen's lifes will be held in Bennett Springs Church on August 2nd at 6 p.m. On line condolences may be made at www.klingnerfuneralhome.com

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Wilson, Coleen (Prosser) 20 Jul 1934 - 26 Jul 2010 SN-L 27 Jul 2010

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Wilson, Johnnie 29 Feb 1928 - 26 Jul 2010 SN-L 27 Jul 2010

Caller leads to capture of Lebanon man accused of killing couple

News-Leader Staff • July 27, 2010

An anonymous call may have been a catalyst in the capture of a Lebanon man accused of killing an elderly couple. Jesse Dean Driskill, 30, has been charged with two counts of murder, two counts of armed criminal action and two counts of burglary. According to the probable cause statement in the case, the caller said Driskill told him or her about getting caught in the act of a home invasion robbery. He allegedly told the caller that he raped the elderly woman and then killed the couple. The partially-burned bodies of Johnnie Wilson, 82, and Coleen Wilson, 76, were discovered Monday night by Laclede County authorities. Their Chevy Trailblazer was discovered later that evening near the Dallas County line, fully engulfed in flames. According to court documents, Driskill invoked his right to attorney and did not speak to authorities. Driskill has a 12-year history of felony convictions. His latest release from prison was June 2010.

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Wilson, Coleen (Prosser) 20 Jul 1934 - 26 Jul 2010 SN-L 27 Jul 2010

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Wilson, Johnnie 29 Feb 1928 - 26 Jul 2010 SN-L 27 Jul 2010

Man charged with killing Laclede County couple

Elderly Laclede County couple slain at home.

Kathryn Wall • News-Leader • July 28, 2010

Jesse Dean Driskill was released from prison on June 9. Now, 49 days later, Driskill is back behind bars, charged with two homicides.  Driskill, 30, is accused of brutally killing a Lebanon couple in their home Monday night, then lighting two fires to destroy the evidence. He is charged with two counts of murder, two counts of armed criminal action and two counts of burglary. The Missouri Highway Patrol led the investigation after the bodies of Johnnie Wilson, 82, and Coleen Wilson, 76, were found in their Laclede County home at 30499 Marigold Road.. Driskill's criminal record includes multiple convictions and goes back more than 10 years. Authorities found the Wilsons shot to death, their bodies covered with blankets. They also found evidence that Coleen Wilson was sexually assaulted. Court documents said evidence also suggested accelerants were ignited at the scene, but failed to become fully inflamed. Authorities believe the fire was set to destroy evidence of the crimes. Although the home showed little sign of damage, the couple's Chevy Trailblazer was gone. It was found later Monday night, engulfed in flames near the Laclede-Dallas county line. Early Tuesday, authorities were contacted by a caller who claimed to have picked up Driskill near where the burning vehicle was found. The caller said Driskill described getting caught in a home invasion robbery. He allegedly told the caller he ordered the Wilsons into the house at gunpoint, raped Coleen Wilson, shot them both and then burned the house. Arrested a short time later, Driskill invoked his right to an attorney and did not speak to authorities. Afterward, according to court documents, blood-stained clothing a witness identified as Driskill's was found in a trash bag in a residence where he had been staying. Arraignment is scheduled this afternoon.

Suspect's record

Jesse Dean Driskill was released from prison only a few weeks before he was charged with killing a Laclede County couple. His criminal history goes back more than 10 years.

According to online court records, Driskill's criminal record includes the following:

- Nov. 15, 1999: Driskill pleads guilty to second-degree trespassing committed Oct. 30. He is fined $75.

- Oct. 26, 2000: Driskill enters an Alford plea to felony stealing and second-degree burglary committed May 27, 1999. He is given suspended imposition of sentence of five years in exchange for five years probation.

- March 14, 2002: Probation in the stealing case is revoked and Driskill is ordered to serve his original five-year sentence in prison.

- June 14, 2002: Pleads guilty to second-degree assault committed on Dec. 17, 2001. Sentenced to five years in prison running concurrently to previous conviction, but given credit for time already served.

- Oct. 13, 2003: Released on parole.

- Feb. 27, 2004: Sent back to prison for violating parole.

- March 10, 2007: Released from prison.

- Oct. 29, 2007: Pleads guilty to third-degree domestic assault stemming from an incident Sept. 23, 2007, and gets two years' probation.

- April 10, 2008: Pleads guilty to felony tampering with evidence in a felony prosecution from Dec. 22, 2003. Sentenced to two years in prison.

- May 29, 2008: Starts sentence at state prison. Time already spent in jail subtracted.

- June 3, 2008: Released from jail.

- March 19, 2009: Pleads guilty to second-degree burglary committed on Aug. 5, 2008. Sentenced to four years in prison and a yearlong drug treatment program.

- March 20, 2009: Pleads guilty to two counts of second-degree burglary committed on Aug. 5, 2008. Sentenced to a suspended four-year prison term in exchange for a 24-month drug treatment program and five years' supervised probation.

- March 30, 2009: Pleads guilty to second-degree assault from June 14, 2008. Probation is revoked. He serves one year in Laclede County jail for the probation violation.

- March 31, 2009: Booked in Missouri long-term treatment program.

- June 9, 2010: Released from prison on probation.

 

Wilson, Cora Bell “Fannie” (Hawes) 13 Jan 1873 - 17 Aug 1911 CCR 18 Aug 1911

[Note: Daughter of  James Oliver & Harriet Ann (Buck) Hawes; born Forsyth, MO; buried Cedar Creek Cemetery]

Joel and John Hawes, farmers living south of this place received a telegram Wednesday notifying them of the death of their sister at Neosho, Mo. They started for that place Wednesday in the Kerr & Logan auto.

 

Wilson, Cord 15 Nov 1890 - 6 Sep 1969  CCR 11 Sep 1969 p8

[Note: Son of Manson Jahue & Lula Tennessee (Woods) Wilson; married Myrtle Wright 30 Mar 1894 - 30 Dec 1985]

Cord Wilson, 79, Fordland, died at 2:15 p.m. Saturday at his farm home after a year’s illness. He was a lifelong resident of the Fordland area and was a member of the Mt. Gillian Baptist Church south of Fordland. Survivors are his wife, Myrtle; three sons, Albert, Nixa, Eugene, Yates City, Ill. and Odell, Ozark; two daughters, Mrs. Lovetta Williams, Fordland and Miss Modenia Wilson of the home; a brother, Claude, Fordland; and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Monday in the Mount Gilliam Baptist Church near Fordland, with the Rev. Lynn Swadley officiating. Burial was in Easter Cemetery under the direction of Marsh of Fordland.

 

Wilson, Daniel B. “Danny” 10 Feb 1966 - 20 Apr 1989 NE 27 Apr 1989

[Note: Son of Wilbur Earl & Mary Maxine (Hammons) Wilson]

Daniel B. "Danny" Wilson, 23, a lifelong resident of Ozark, passed away April 20 in Manhattan, Kansas. He was a graduate of Ozark High School and was currently in his fourth year at Kansas State University majoring in architecture. Survivors include his parents, Wilbur and Maxine, Ozark; a brother, Jim Wilson, Ozark; and a sister, Jan Crable, Ozark. Services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 23 in Harris Colonial Chapel, Ozark with the Rev. Jerry Applegate officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery, Ozark.

 

Wilson, Darrell Ralph 10 Apr 1941 - 10 Jan 1980 OH 17 Jan 1980 pB4

[Note: Son of Dolman O. & Cecil Irene (Butler) Wilson]

Private services for Darrell Ralph Wilson, 38, Clever, were held Sunday in Clever with the Rev. Al Bumgardner officiating. Burial was in Smart Cemetery. Mr. Wilson died last Thursday at the home of his parents of a gunshot wound. He was a musician and a farmer. Survivors include a son, Marty and a daughter, Tressie, both of Cooper, Texas; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Wilson, Clever; three brothers, Hal, Clever, Kenneth, Billings and Gerald, Springfield; three sisters, Mrs. Ermalene Gold, Billings, Mrs. Norma Satterfield, Midland, Texas, and Mrs. Betty Hawkins, Republic.

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Wilson, Darrell Ralph 10 Apr 1941 - 10 Jan 1980 OH 24 Jan 1980 p1

Self-Defense Is Decision in Wilson Shooting

The fatal shooting of Darrell Ralph Wilson, 38, was in self defense and no charge will be filed, Tim McCormick, assistant prosecuting attorney has announced. Wilson was shot by his 85-year old father, Dolan, on Jan. 10 at the elder Wilson’s home in Clever. The decision followed a coroner’s inquest. Dolan Wilson did not appear. A neighbor, James Hart, testified that Dolan Wilson came to his home on the night of Jan. 10 and told him he had shot his son because the son was choking his mother. Hart also said that Darrell Wilson, when intoxicated, would threaten to kill his parents. A sister of Darrell Wilson also testified as to Darrell Wilson’s violent behavior toward his parents.

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Wilson, Darrell Ralph 10 Apr 1941 - 10 Jan 1980

Private services for Darrell Ralph Wilson, 38, Clever, were at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, January 13 in Meadors Chapel with the Rev. All Bumgardener officiating.  Burial was in Smart Cemetery.  Mr. Wilson died Thursday evening, January 10, 1980, at the home of his parents of a gunshot wound.  He was a musician and a farmer.  Survivors include a son, Marty, and a daughter, Tressie, both of Cooper, Texas; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Wilson, Clever; three brothers, Hal, Clever, Kenneth, Billings, and Gerald, Springfield; three sisters, Mrs. Ermalene Gold, Billings, Mrs. Norma Satterfield, Midland, Texas, and Mrs. Betty Hawkins, Republic.

(Contributed by Hazel Messenger)

 

Wilson, Denise Marie (Mittenhuber)   3 Jun 1973 - 1 Feb 2012 SN-L 5 Feb 2012

[Note: Daughter of Jim & Roberta (Smith) Mittenhuber; married 1997 Chad Wilson]

            Denise Marie Wilson, age 38, of Highlandville, passed away Wednesday in her home. Funeral services will be 11:00 AM Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Burial will follow in Ponce De Leon Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10:00 AM Tuesday until service time.

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Wilson, Denise Marie (Mittenhuber)   3 Jun 1973 - 1 Feb 2012 AdamsFH

            Denise Marie Wilson, age 38, of Highlandville, passed away Wednesday, February 1, 2012, in her home. She was born June 3, 1973 in Long Island, New York, the daughter of Roberta (Smith) Mittenhuber and Jim Mittenhuber. In 1997 she and Chad Wilson were married. This union brought three boys, Michael James, Dakota John, and Nicholas Joseph Wilson. Denise also helped to raise a nephew, Christopher James Stockdale. Before her disability, Denise was a CNA. She most recently worked for Ozark Riverview Manor. She was preceded in death by her father, Jim, and two sisters, Donna and Darlene. Survivors include: Her mother, Roberta, Springfield; her three sons, Michael, age 13, Dakota, age 11, and Nicholas, age 6; a nephew, Chris; a sister, Diane Stockdale, brothers, Michael and wife Lori, Florida, and Jimmy and wife, Kathy, New Jersey. Funeral services will be 11:00 AM Tuesday, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Pastor Randy Milnes officiating. Burial will follow in Ponce De Leon Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10:00 AM Tuesday until service time. 


Wilson, Dicy “Lou” died 17 Jul 1944 CCR 27 Jul 1944 p1

Funeral services for Mrs. Decy Wilson, better known as Aunt Lou, who died at her home in Springfield Monday night, July 17, 1944, were conducted Wednesday, July 19, at 2:30 p.m. at the Union Ridge Church by Rev. Floyd Hanks of Springfield. Burial was in the Union Ridge Cemetery under direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever. She is survived by four children: Mrs. Ethel Maples and Mrs. Sarah Miller of Springfield, Floyd Wilson of Clever, and Claude Wilson of San Juan, Calif.

 

Wilson, Dollie Catherine (Flood) 14 Oct 1877 - 31 Jan 1970 CCR 5 Feb 1970 p2

[Note: Daughter of James & Frances Charlotte (Cox) Flood; married Robert S. Wilson 21 Jul 1871 - 12 May 1952]

Mrs. Dollie K. Wilson, 93, died at 5:55 p.m. Saturday at her home in Ponce de Leon. Mrs. Wilson had been a lifelong resident of the Ponce de Leon community and was a member of the Ponce de Leon Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Floyd, Ivanhoe, Calif, and Avion, Portersville, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Virgie Glidewell of the home; 16 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren and five great, great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Ponce de Leon Baptist Church with the Rev. James Ellingsworth and Kenneth McIntosh officiating. Burial will be in Ponce de Leon Cemetery under the direction of Harris of Ozark.

 

Wilson, Dolores B. (Richardson) 7 Dec 1908 - 19 Jan 1983  OH 27 Jan 1983 p13

[Note: married Clyde S. Wilson; age in obit disagrees with birth date in SSDI]

Services for Dolores B. Wilson, 72, Springfield, were held Jan. 21 in Ralph Thieme Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Damon Thomas officiating. Burial was in Springfield National Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson died Jan. 19 at St. John’s Regional Health Center after a long illness. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Peggy Greer and Mrs. Patricia Harness, both of Springfield, Mrs. Dorothy Bishop, Glendora, Calif. and Mrs. Beverly Funkle, Sarcoxie; one son, Thomas, Springfield; two brothers, Herbert Richardson, Strafford, and Claude Richardson, Nixa; two sisters, Mrs. Vivian Rhea, Ozark, and Mrs. Mary Wiles, Springfield; 15 grandchildren; and one great-grandchildren.

 

Wilson, Don 1895 - 28 May 1958 CCR 5 Jun 1958 p5

[Note: Son of Robert S. & Dollie Catherine (Flood) Wilson; married Cindy]

Funeral services for Don Wilson, 62, of Ponce de Leon, who died Wednesday, May 28, at Springfield, Mo were held Sunday, June 1 at 2:00 p.m. in the Ponce de Leon Baptist Church with Rev. H. V. Wells and Rev. Gary Willard officiating. Burial was in Flood Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Clever. He was a native of the Ponce de Leon community and a member of the Ponce de Leon Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Cindy Wilson; his mother, Mrs. Dolly Wilson of Ponce de Leon; four brothers, Aven Wilson of Fresno, Calif,; Floyd and Leonard Wilson of Ivanhoe, Calif.; and Lester Wilson of Ponce de Leon; two sisters, Mrs. Virgie Glidewell of North Hollywood, Calif.; and Mrs. Marie Hurst of Billings; two stepsons, Gentry Ellingsworth of Pontiac, Mich. and Rev. James Ellingsworth of Spokane; one step-daughter, Mrs. Iva Jones of Artesia, Calif, and six step-grandchildren.

 

Wilson, Dora (Melton) 24 Nov 1883 - 14 Dec 1938 CCR 15 Dec 1938 p1

[Note: Daughter of Reuben Calvin & Rachel Elizabeth (Sharp) Melton; married 8 May 1910 CCM Sidney Albert "Bert" Wilson 6 Mar 1886 - 23 Feb 1949]

Mrs. Bert Wilson passed away Wednesday morning at her home southwest of Selmore. Burial is this Thursday, afternoon at Selmore. An obituary will be published next week.

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Wilson, Dora (Melton) 24 Nov 1883 - 14 Dec 1938 CCR 22 Dec 1938 p1

Dora Melton, daughter of R.C. and Elizabeth Melton was born in Benton county, Arkansas, Nov. 24, 1883. She departed this life on Dec. 14, 1938 at the age of 55 years and 10 days. She was married to Bert Wilson on May 8, 1910. To this union were born six children, two boys and four girls. Johnnie and Erma and one child in infancy have preceded her in death. Those surviving are her husband, Mr. Bert Wilson and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank White of Marshfield, MO, Mary Nell and Wilbur Wilson of the home address, also a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Irene Wilson of the home address, one brother, Edd Melton of Ozark, one sister, Mrs. Edna Brown of Ontario, California, also a number of other relatives and close friends. She was converted and united with the Highland Baptist church at about 14 years of age, where she remained a member until God by death called her. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon, Dec. 15, at the Selmore Baptist church by Rev. Swadley, with burial in the Selmore cemetery under direction of T.B. Chaffin of Ozark.

 

Wilson, Dorothy Jean (Thompson) 1935 - 14 Jan 2008 SN-L 15 Jan 2008

[Note: Daughter of John & Nellie (  ) Thompson; married Robert Wilson]

Dorothy Wilson, 72, of Ozark, Mo., left this world on Monday, January 14, 2008. She was a long time worker in the dietary department of St. John's Hospital. Dorothy's favorite thing was being a grandma. Preceding her in death were her parents, John and Nellie Thompson; her husband, Robert Wilson; six brothers; two sisters and two grandchildren. She is survived by one son, Frank Wilson and his wife, Judy; three granddaughters, Brenda Wilson and Terry Butler, Jean and Tommy Hance, and Janell St. Clair; a sister, Opal Cameron; 21 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. There will be a visitation on Wednesday, January 16, 2008, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Klingner-Cope Family Funeral Home at Rivermonte, 4500 S. Lone Pine, Springfield, Mo. A funeral service will be Thursday, January 17, 2008, at 2 p.m. in the funeral home with interment in White Chapel Memorial Gardens. Online condolences may be made at www.klingner-cope.com.

 

Wilson, Dwight Lyman 24 Feb 1963 – 27 Feb 1963  CCR 7 Mar 1963

[Note: Son of Gene & ? (  ) Wilson]

Funeral services for Dwight Lyman Wilson, three-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wilson of Route 11, Springfield, who died Wednesday afternoon Feb. 27, in Springfield Baptist Hospital, were at 2 p.m. Sunday in Union City Church of the Nazarene with the Rev. W. H. Barnett officiating. Burial was under direction of Harris of Ozark.

 

Wilson, Earl 6 Feb 1899 - 13 Jan 1906 CCR 25 Jan 1906

[Note: Son of J. Thomas & Gussie E. ( Wuth) Wilson]

The king of terrors has again visited our city and claimed as its victim this time, Little Earl, the youngest child of Sheriff and Mrs. J. T. Wilson. The little fellow had been a sufferer from that dread disease, rheumatism, almost from his infancy. At last the final summons came and the last spark of life went out Saturday night at 11:30. How true the old adage that “Death loves a shining mark.” and “The good die young.” The writer has often watched the little fellow playing on the green sward in the court house yard and noted with sorrow and sympathy his efforts to keep pace with the stronger and more robust children, but often he would have to sit down and only look while the rest would enjoy the play. How we hoped that when the flowers bloomed and the grass was green again the little sufferer would be well and enjoying the sport with his playmates. But our hopes were crushed. When the sod is green again instead of playing on it he will be sleeping quietly beneath it in the silent city of the dead. The brave fight made by the patient little sufferer in the unequal contest enlisted the sympathy of all. His earnest entreaties and pitiful pleadings to those near him for help would have softened a heart of Adamantine and melted the eyes of the most hardened to tears. But his pleadings were all in vain. He has gone the way of all the earth. The little tongue is still, and the childish prattle so dear to papa and mama will be heard no more. What sad thoughts for the heart broken parents. “Papa, I’m going to get up Sunday morning and put on my new suit,” And how dear to every childish heart a new suit. Sunday morning can and the new suit was put on, but on a little form stiff and cold in death. The merry laughter and clatter of little feet are hushed forever. The little brother and sister left behind will build their playhouse without the assistance of little Earl. He will not be there to help carry the pieces of broken dishes to put on the shelf in the corner of the yard as of yore. His fond parents do not weep; we know that darkness has come to you home and sadness and sorrow has filled your hearts for the loss of your dear little boy. But, he is at rest. His frail little body is no longer racked with pain, and you have the great consolation that he is sweetly sleeping in the tender and merciful arms of Him who said, “Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven.” F. E.

 

Wilson, Ed Duwayne 1961 - 1 Mar 2008 AdamsFH

[Note Son of Charley & Francis (Miebach) Wilson]

Ed Duwayne Wilson, age 46, of Spokane, passed away Saturday, March 1, 2008. He was the son of Charley and Francis (Miebach) Wilson. Ed attended the First Baptist Church of Spokane. He is survived by two uncles, Vern Miebach, and his wife Judy, Albany Oregon, John Armitage, and his wife Jan, of Chestnutridge; and several cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Dale. A memorial service will be held 2:00 p.m. Sunday, March 9, 2008, at the First Baptist Church in Spokane.

 

Wilson, Edna F. 1879 - 7 Dec 1969  CCR 11 Dec 1969 p8

Funeral services for Mrs. Edna G. Wilson, 90, of Clever, were at 10 p.m. Tuesday in Cantrell Chapel in Clever. The Rev. C. A. Orahood officiated. Graveside services were at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Floral Hills Cemetery at Kansas City. Mrs. Wilson died at 3:10 a.m. Sunday in Springfield Osteopathic Hospital. Surviving are two daughters,  Mrs. Violet Packard, Clever, and Mrs. Bonnie Luther, Sunrise Beach, Mo.; five grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

 

Wilson, Effie J. 22 Sep 1894 - 10 Jan 1984 OH 19 Jan 1984 p5

Services for Effie J. Wilson, 89, Nixa, were held Jan. 13 at Ottmann Funeral Chapel in Union. Burial was in Union Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson died of natural causes Jan., 10 at Christian County Nursing Home. A resident of Christian County since 1981. Mrs. Wilson was a member of Union Christian Church. Survivors include one son, Herbert, Nixa; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Local arrangements were made by Adams of Ozark.

 

Wilson, Eileen June (Barnett) Asher 10 Mar 1938 - 9 Mar 1983 OH 17 Mar 1983 p8

[Note: Daughter of ? & Elda ( ) Barnett; married ? Asher; married ? Wilson]

Services for Eileen June Wilson, 44, Aurora, were held March 11 at Peterson Funeral Chapel with the Revs. Tom Hargrove and Wesley Hirsch officiating. Burial was in Marionville IOOF Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson was killed March 9 in a car accident on Highway 60. She was a licensed practical nurse in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield. Survivors include three sons, Russell Asker, Aurora, Randy Asher, Springdale, Ark., and Richard Wilson, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Rhonda MacLellan, Diamond, and Regina Wilson, of the home; three brothers, Willis, Carl and Ervin Barnett, all of Billings; her mother, Mrs. Elda Barnett, Aurora; and one grandson.

 

Wilson, Elizabeth Ann 1959 -18 Dec 1964

Wilson, Billy Joe 1937 - 18 Dec 1964

Wilson, Teresa Kay 1958 - 18 Dec 1964

Wilson, Sheri Sue 1962 - 18 Dec 1964

[Note: Billy Joe - Son of Lloyd & ? (?) Wilson; girls - Daughters of Billy Joe & Linda (Keithley) Wilson]

Funeral services for Billy Joe Wilson, 27, and his three daughters, Teresa Kay, 6, Elizabeth Ann, 5, and Sheri Sue, 2, who died Dec. 18 when flames swept through their home in a logging camp at Noti, Oreg., will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Union Ridge Church east of Union City.  The Rev. Heral Merritt and the Rev. Eli Routh will officiate.  Burial will be in Union Ridge Cemetery under direction of Cantrell of Clever.  Mr. Wilson, a former resident of the Hurley community, is survived by his wife, Linda Kay; a son, Billy Joe, Jr.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson of Noti; 10 brothers and three sisters.  The children also are survived by their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keithley, Route 1, Clever, and six great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chastain, Clever, Mr. and Mrs. Houston Keithley, Clever, Mrs. Bessie Medlin, Route 2, Crane, and Mrs. Nellie Wilson, Springfield.

 

Wilson, Elene (Hall) 10 Nov 1915 - 29 Dec 2006 CCH-N 10 Jan 2007

[Note: Daughter of Simon & Lizzie (   ) Hall; married 28 Feb 1931 Frederick Wilson]

Elene Wilson was born Nov. 10, 1915, at Keltner to Simon and Lizzie Hall. She departed this life on Dec. 29, 2006, in her Sparta home, at the age of 91 years one month and 19 days. Elene married Frederick Wilson on Feb. 28, 1931, in Ava. Frederick preceded her in death in 2002 after 71 years of marriage. Also preceding her in death were her parents and four siblings: Austin, Euith, Dempsey Hall and Bessie Wilson. Elene lived most of her life in the Ava area, moving to Sparta in 1977 after retiring and selling their farm. She was an avid gardener and active member of Sparta Garden Club. She loved traveling, as well as spending time with family and friends. She is survived by her three children, Russell Wilson and wife Wanda of Ukiah, Calif., Marie Keeter of Atlanta, Ga., Genie Davis and husband Dale of Ava; seven grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; two great-great-granddaughters; many nieces and nephews, other relatives and several caring friends also to include her special friend Kitty Kat. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007, at 1 p.m., in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Robert Burk officiating. Elene was laid to rest beside her husband Frederick in Hall Cemetery.  The Wilson family requests in lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to St. John's Hospice or the American Cancer Society.  ©Ozarks Newsstand 2007

 

Wilson, Ella Mae (Young) 11 Dec 1912 - 22 Sept 2000

[Note: Daughter of William & Allie (Sanders) Young; married 17 Apr 1932 Virgil Wilson 28 Dec 1909 - 15 Jan 1982]

Ella Mae “Grandma Mae” Wilson, 87, Nixa, Mo., passed away Friday, September 22, 2000, in her home surrounded by her family.  Ella was born Wednesday, December 11, 1912, the daughter of William and Allie (Sanders) Young, Nixa, Mo.  On April 17, 1932, Ella was united in marriage to Virgil Wilson.  Ella was a member of Calvary Bible Church of Nixa.  Ella enjoyed life and loved her family dearly.  Ella was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Virgil, in 1982; and her brothers, Alfred, Fred, Phillip, Raymond and Charley Young.  Survivors include her daughter, Bonnie and her husband, Jim Wiles, Nixa; her grandchildren, Lynette Jarvis and her husband, Joe, Nixa, Sue Jenson and her husband, Dave, Ozark, Cathy Dingus and her husband, Jerry, Nixa, and Robert Sissel and his wife, Genla, Nixa; her great-grandchildren, Misty Cashman, Joe David Jarvis, Kristi Dingus, Kendal Dingus, Morgan Steel and Sara Sissel, all of Nixa; a great-great grandchild, Dylan Cashman, Nixa; three sisters, Mary Herndon, Nixa; Roxie Melton Dadeville; and Lillian Stine and her husband, Pete, Springfield.  Also surviving are other relatives and friends.  Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, September 25, 2000, in Harris Funeral Home, Nixa, with the Rev. Joseph Fahl officiating.  Burial will be in Delaware Cemetery.  Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the funeral home.

(Contributed by June Weaver)

 

Wilson, Ellen (Taylor) 23 Dec 1869 - 27 Feb 1952 CCR 6 Mar 1952

[Note: Daughter of Jesse & Martha (  ) Taylor; married 12 Jun 1916 J. T. Wilson]

Ellen Taylor Wilson, daughter of Jesse and Martha Taylor, was born December 23, 1869, near Rogersville, MO, and passed away at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Klepper in Springfield, February 27, 1952, at the age of 82 years. She was united in marriage to J. T. Wilson, June 12, 1916. Her husband preceded her in death November 6, 1836. At an early age Mrs. Wilson confessed her faith in Christ and united with the Harmony Baptist church. Later she moved her membership to the Ozark Baptist church where she was a faithful member until ill health confined her to her home. Surviving Mrs. Wilson are a step-son and step-daughter, Oliver and Ethel Wilson of the home, four nieces and seven nephews and a host of cousins and friends to whom she was affectionately known as “Aunt Ellen”. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon in the Ozark Baptist church with Rev. Harold Hurst and Rev N. E. Davison officiating. Interment was in the Smith Cemetery with Marsh Funeral Home of Aurora in charge of arrangements.

 

Wilson, Ellen Louise (Axson) 15 May 1860 - 6 Aug 1914 CCR 14 Aug 1914 p1

[Note: married President Woodrow Wilson]

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Dead

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of President Wilson, passed away Thursday evening, August 6 at the White House. Much has been written about Mrs. Wilson. “the first lady of the land” being a lady of high ideals and a great worker in the eh cause of humanity. Funeral services were held at the White House Monday, with burial at Rome, Ga. her girlhood home beside her parents on Tuesday. The President had the sympathy of all good citizens of the nation.

 

Wilson, Elza Odell Wright 9 Mar 1930 - 15 Nov 2006 SN-L 17 Nov 2006

[Note: Son of Cord & Myrtle (Wright) Wilson; married 12 Feb 1955 Betty Eileen Davis]

Elza Odell Wright Wilson, 76, of Rogersville, was born March 9, 1930, in Fordland, Mo., and passed away November 15, 2006, at the Veterans Home in Mt. Vernon, Mo. Odell was the son of Cord Wilson and Myrtle Wright Wilson. He was married to Betty Eileen Davis on February 12, 1955, and to this union four sons were born. Survivors include sons, Kirby Wilson and wife Vivian, Craig Wilson and wife Cheryl, Jeff Wilson and wife Becky, all of Fordland, and Matt Wilson and wife Michell of Rogersville; 15 grandchildren; five step grandchildren; one great-grandson; 10 step great-grandchildren; one step great-great-grandchild; and a brother, Albert Wilson and wife Dorothy of Ozark. Odell was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Lovetta Williams and Modenia Wilson; and brothers, Eugene and William Wilson. Odell served as a deacon at the Springhill Baptist Church for 36 years and served in the U.S. Army in Korea. He was employed at Henningsen Foods and Springfield Public Schools, where he retired from in May 1992. Odell was a loving husband, father and grandpa. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, November 18, 2006, in Preston-Marsh Funeral Home, Rogersville, with burial in the Springhill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 7 p.m. today in the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Springhill Cemetery.

 

Wilson, Ernest 3 Jan 1897 - 18 Sep 1988

Services for Ernest Wilson, 91, Clever, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Union Ridge Baptist Church with the Rev. Lloyd Wilson officiating.  Burial will be in the church cemetery under direction of Meadors Chapel of Clever.  Mr. Wilson died Sunday morning in Aurora Community Hospital.  A retired farmer, he was a member of Union Ridge Baptist Church.  Survivors include two daughters, Wilma White, Preston, Ill., and Maxine Maples, Billings; a sisters, Alta Chastain, Clever; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. today in funeral home.

(Contributed by Hazel Messenger)

 

Wilson, Ethel Mae 2 Apr 1894 - 19 Aug 1972  CCR 24 Aug 1972 p1

[Note: Daughter of  J. Thomas & Gussie E. (Wuth) Wilson]

Miss Ethel Mae Wilson, 78 of Ozark, died at 8:15 a.m. Saturday in Christian County Nursing Home after a long illness. Miss Wilson had been employed in the county clerk’s  and county collector’s offices for 30 years. She was a member of Ozark Christian Church. Surviving is her brother Oliver of the home. Funeral services for Miss Wilson were Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Ozark First Christian Church with the Rev. Conrad Kitchell officiating, Burial was in Ozark cemetery under direction of Adams.

AND

Wilson, Ethel Mae 2 Apr 1894 - 19 Aug 1972  OH 24 Aug 1972 p6

Funeral services for Miss Ethel Mae Wilson, 78 of Ozark were Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Ozark First Christian Church with the Rev. Conrad Kitchell officiating, Burial was in Ozark cemetery under direction of Adams. Miss Edley had been employed in the county clerk’s  and county collector’s offices for 30 years.

 

Wilson, Etta F. 23 Nov 1885 - Oct 1977 OH 20 Oct 1977 p5

CLEVER - Services for Mrs. Etta F. Wilson, 91, Clever, were at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Ayre-Goodwin Chapel in Springfield with the Rev. Loyd Wilson officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery. The family will be in the funeral home from 7-8 p.m. today. Mrs. Wilson died at noon Tuesday in Marentha Manor, Springfield, after a long illness. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Odetta Jenkins, 1206 Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Hazel Messenger, Clever and five grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

 

Wilson, Eva May (Johnson) 14 Jun 1919 - 18 Mar 1999  CCH-N 7 Apr 1999

[Note: Daughter of Isaac Wesley & Margaret Naomi (Parrill) Johnson]

Eva May Wilson, age 79, of Sparta, died Thursday, March 18, 1999 in her home. She was born June 14, 1919 in Swan, Missouri, and was the daughter of Isaac Wesley and Margaret Naomi (Parrill) Johnson. Her parents preceded her in death. Mrs. Wilson was a cosmetologist for many years. Survivors include: her daughter, Jackie Oehling and husband, Allan, Sparta; a grandson, Daniel Patrick Workman, Sparta, and a sister, Mabel Cook, Rich Hill, Missouri. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Saturday, March 20, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Ray Cartwright officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery.

 

Wilson, Farce 10 Mar 1919 - 26 Aug 2000  CCH-N 30 Aug 2000

[Note: Son of Arlander & Mertie Mae (Fletcher) Wilson]

Farce Wilson, age 81, of Ozark, passes away Saturday, August 26, 2000 in Ozark Nursing and Care Center. He was born March 10, 1919 near Ava in Douglas County, the son of Arlander Wilson and Mertie Mae Fletcher Wilson. Mr. Wilson was a World War II Veteran and Disabled. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, two brothers, Rolla Wilson and C.C. "Jerry" Wilson, two sisters; Eva Wilson and Opal Cox. Survivors include: four sisters, Sibyl Mendel, Ozark, Gertrude Merkel, Dallas, Texas, Lois Jenkins, Ava, and Neva Wilson, Arlington, Texas; six nephews; ten nieces; and a host of great nephews and nieces, cousins and friends. Funeral services were 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 29, in Vaughn-Oddfellows Cemetery, Ozark, with Chaplin Clyde Heldenbrand officiating. Military honors were presented. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Wilson, Flora (Parker) 1894 - 14 Dec 1979 OH 20 Dec 1979 p8

[Note: married Robert .E. Wilson]

Services for Mrs. Flora Wilson, 85, Clever, will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Hurley Baptist Church with the Rev. Pete Wells officiating. Burial will be in Wright Cemetery under the direction of Meadors of Clever. Mrs. Wilson died Friday afternoon in the home of her son, J., W. Wilson, after a long illness. A lifelong resident of Stone County, Mrs. Wilson was a member of the Hurley Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, Robert E.; two sons, J. W., Clever and Fred W., Chino, Calif..; two stepsons, Albert W., Jasper and George, Parsons, Kan.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Dissie Durham, state of Florida and Mrs. Olive Greer, Lockwood; one brother, Henry Parker, Mount Vernon; three grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

AND

Wilson, Flora (Parker) age 84

Mrs. Flora Wilson, 84, Clever, died Friday afternoon in the home of her son, J. W. Wilson, after a long illness.  A lifelong resident of Stone County, Mrs. Wilson was a member of the Hurley Baptist Church.  Surviving are her husband, Robert E.; two sons, J. W., Clever, and Fred W., Chino, Calif.; two stepsons, Albert W., Jasper, and George, Parsons, Kan.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Dissie Durham, state of Florida, and Mrs. Olive Greer, Lockwood; one brother, Henry Parker, Mount Vernon; three grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.  Meadors of Clever will announce arrangements.

(Contributed by Hazel Messenger)

 

Wilson, Flora Ethel (Hutter) 9 Jul 1909 - 9 Jun 1972  CCR 15 Jun 1972 p4 & & OH 15 Jun 1972 p7

[Note: married Oliver Wilson]

Mrs. Flora Ethel Wilson, 62, of Keltner, died at 8:20 p.m. Friday, June 9, in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a short illness. Mrs. Wilson was a member of Sparta Christian Church. Surviving are her husband, Oliver; a son, Joseph Wilson of Brownsburg, Ind.; a daughter, Mrs. Flora Coffman, Strafford; three brothers, Joe and Clinton, Hutter, both of Augusta, Kan. and John Hutter, Hoisington, Kan.; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Buddette, Ozark and Mrs. Bertha Reeves, Anaheim, Calif. and four grandchildren. Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Sparta Christian Church with the Rev. James Nutter officiating. The body was taken to the Dunnsford Funeral Home in Augusta, Kan. with graveside services at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Elmwood Cemetery.


Wilson, Franklin 24 Aug 1903 - 22 Mar 1936 CCR 26 Mar 1936 p5

[Note: Son of James W. & Dora (Smith) Wilson]

Funeral services for Franklin Wilson, 33, who died Sunday, March 22, were held Tuesday, March 24 at 2:30 p.m. in the Oak Ridge church, Rev. L.L. Carpenter of Amoret, MO, officiating with burial in the cemetery there under the direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. The deceased is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Wilson and one brother and one sister, both living in Kansas.

 

Wilson, Frederick Hamilton 16 Aug 1912 - 30 Jul 2002  CCH-N 14 Aug 2002

[Note: Son of John & Nancy Jane (Brumley) Wilson; married 1931 Elene]

Frederick Hamilton Wilson, 89, Sparta, died July 30, 2002, in his home. A retired cattle farmer and trucker, he was born Aug. 16, 1912, in Chadwick to Nancy Jane (Brumley) and John Wilson, a civil war veteran. Survivors include his loving wife of 71 years, Elene, of the home; one son Russell Wilson and wife Ukiah, California; two daughters Marie Keeter, Atlanta, Ga., and Genie Davis and husband Dale, Ava; six grandsons; one granddaughter, 13 great-grandchildren; two sisters Celesta Holt, Olympia, Wash., and Viola Bloomer, Kansas City. Funeral services were held Aug. 3 in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Kenneth Lupton officiating. Burial followed in Hall Cemetery, east of Oldfield. The Wilson family requests donations be made to Community Hospices of America in care of Barnes Family Funeral Home, PO. Box 796, Ozark, Mo. 65721.

 

Wilson, Garry Dean 1943 - Aug 2011 SN-L 4 Aug 2011

Garry Dean Wilson, 68, Crane. Arrangements: Meadors Funeral Home, Clever.

 

Wilson, Gustin Randell “Gus” 22 Jun 1891 - 12 Feb 1968 CCR 15 Feb 1968 p4

[Note: Son of  Manson Jahue & Lula Tennessee (Woods) Wilson; married  Lela Ethel Potter 8 Oct 1893 - 8 Nov 1978]

Gustin “Gus” R. Wilson, 76, who resided southwest of Nixa, died Monday of an apparent heart attack in the home of a neighbor while helping with farm work. Mr. Wilson was a member of Cass Chapel Baptist Church in Fordland. He had lived in Nixa the past six years. Surviving are his wife, Ethel, of the home; two sons, Clayton, Ozark, and Clifford, Oklahoma City, Okla.; a daughter, Mrs. Clamah Melton, Nixa; six grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren; and two brothers, Cord and Claud, both of Fordland. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the Calvary Bible Church in Nixa with the Rev. Joseph M. Fahl officiating. Burial will be in Pembina Cemetery northeast of Nixa under direction of Harris of Nixa

 

Wilson, Henry 25 Oct 1877 - 12 May 1934 CCR 17 May 1934 p8

[Note: married 13 Mar 1903 Rosa Eutsler; no MO DC found]

Henry Wilson was born Oct. 25, 1877, in Vernon county, Mo., and departed this life in the Sanatorium at Mt. Vernon, Mo., May 12, 1934 at the age of 56 years, 6 months and 17 days. He was married to Rosa Eutsler March 13, 1903. She preceded him in death about three years ago. The survivors are an adopted daughter, Mrs. Mable Ebersoll of Clever, two half sisters and two grandchildren. He was converted at an early age and at the time of his death was a member of the Brown Springs Baptist church. Funeral services were held Sunday, May 13, at 2 p.m. at the Brown Springs Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Robert Baker, of Springfield. Burial was made in the Marionville cemetery under direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever, Mo.

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