Adams, Martha Oliva, d. 1949 - Ahearn, Edmonia S., d. 1991

 

Adams, Martha Oliva “Ollie” (Walker) 17 Nov 1873 - 15 Sep 1949 CCR 22 Sep 1949

[Note: Daughter of Leonard & Sarah (James)  Walker; married 12 Nov 1893 William Newton Adams 28 Sep 1870 - 12 Mar 1943]

Mrs. Martha Olivia (Ollie) Adams, 76, widow of Newt Adams, lifelong Christian county farmer and merchant, died at 11:30 p.m. Thursday in her home three miles northwest of Bradleyville. Mr. and Mrs. Adams operated a store at Mound for eight years and previously had owned a farm in the Garrison community before moving to another farm near Bradleyville. Mrs. Adams was a member of the Garrison Baptist church. She is survived by four sons, Leonard of Granger, Wash., Otto of Lebanon, George of Garrison, and Don of the home; five daughters, Mrs. Hallie Emrick, Mrs. Thelma Sawyer and Mrs. Madge Lethco, all of Ava, Mrs. Mabel Gott of Chadwick and Mrs. Maxine Rozell of Kansas City; one sister, Leah Mitchell of Sand Point, Idaho; one brother, W.A. Walker of Powersite; 14 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in Garrison Baptist church with burial in Garrison cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Chadwick.

 

Adams, Mary E. 14 Jul 1919 - 26 Feb 1985 OH 7 Mar 1985 p9

[Note: Daughter of Carroll Barnes & Martha Remanda ( Brown) Adams]

Services for Mary E. Adams, 64, Springfield, were held March 2 in Greenlawn North Chapel with Charles and James Eakins officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Mrs. Adams died Feb. 26 in St. John’s Regional Health Center after a short illness. Miss Adams was a former Ozark resident, survivors include her mother and step-father, Ramanda and Wayne Barnham, Springfield and a stepbrother, W. D. Barnhart, Little Rock, Ark.

 

Adams, Mattie Vergie (Nance) 24 Apr 1901 - 28 Feb 1940 CCR 7 Mar 1940 p1

[Note: Daughter of James Ottawa & Elizabeth “Bessie” (Stevens) Nance; married 10 Apr 1924 Audrey D. “Aud” Adams 3 Jul 1900 - 5 Mar 1971]

Mrs. Mattie Vergie Adams, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Nance was born April 24, 1903, at Garrison, Mo., and departed this life Feb. 28, 1940, in the Springfield Baptist Hospital, being 36 years, 10 months and 4 days of age. She was united in marriage to Aud Adams on April 10, 1924. To this union were born two children, one daughter, Donna Ruth and one son, Harold Oren, both of the home. She was converted early in life and was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church in Augusta, Kan., and lived a Christian life unto the end. She also leaves to mourn her departure her father and mother, four sisters, Mrs. Tandy Mitchell, Mrs. Buster Mitchell, Mrs. Oren Casey of Chadwick, and Mrs. Orville Hancock of Springfield, four brothers, Earnest of Washington, Earl of Augusta, Kan., Bert and Earl of Chadwick, a number of nieces and nephews, also a host of relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted Friday, March 1, at Bruner church by Rev. Pruett, with burial in the Bruner cemetery under direction of the Sparta Undertaking Co., Rathbun and Chaffin.

 

Adams, Patsy Ruth 14 Jan 1930 - 20 Oct 2008 SN-L 21 Oct 2008

[Note: married 23 Jan 1947 Harvey Adams]

Patsy Ruth Adams, 78, of Springfield, passed away on October 20, 2008, in St. John's Hospital. She was born on January 14, 1930, in Fruitland, Mo. Patsy was united in marriage to Harvey Adams on January 23, 1947, in Kansas. He survives her. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Montz and Leroy Myers of Ozark; sons and their wives, Doug and Hilda Adams of St. Louis, Gregg and Sally Adams of Virginia, Chris and Sharon Adams of Kansas City, Mo., and Scott Adams of the home; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held in Greenlawn Funeral Home North from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, October 21, 2008. The family suggests memorials be made to the donor's favorite charity.

 

Adams, Preston L. 1 Jan 1903 - 19 May 1985 OH 30 May 1985 p3

[Note: Son of Emery & Laura (Harvill) Adams; married E. Lucille]

Graveside services for Preston L. Adams, 82, Springfield, were held May 22 in Linden Cemetery with the Rev. William Spindler officiating, Burial was under the direction of Harris Funeral home, Ozark. Mr. Adams died May 19 in Cox Medical Center North after a short illness. An Army veteran of World War I, he had lived for most of his life in Omaha, Neb., and moved to Springfield in 1982. He was a member of Eagles Lodge in Omaha and Trinity Baptist Church, Omaha. Survivors include two half sisters, Delores Smart, Nampa, Idaho, and Dorothy Brooks, the state of Arizona; a half brother, Bobby Adams, of the state of Illinois; and a niece and two nephews.

 

Adams, Raymond E. “Jack” 9 Nov 1911 - 3 Sep 1974  OH 12 Sep p6

[Note: Son of  David C. & Ida (Hughes) Adams; married  2 Sep 1933 Fonda Van Hooser 15 Nov 1915 - 3 Jul 2006]

OZARK - Graveside services for  Raymond E. “Jack” Adams, 62, a former Christian County resident were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Old Boston Cemetery east of Oldfield with Herle Gardner officiating. Burial will be under direction of Harris of Ozark. Mr. Adams died at 8 p.m. Tuesday in his home in Klamath Falls, Ore. after a long illness. Mr. Adams was born in Christian County and had lived in Klamath Falls the last 11 years. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are one brother, L. W. Adams, 2328 North Concord, Springfield; three sisters, Mrs. Virginia Horner, Ava, Mrs. Ollie Anderson, 2333 North Concord, Springfield and Mrs. Ina Boston, Braddyville, Iowa.

 

Adams, Robert 1868 - 29 Feb 1944 CCR 9 Mar 1944 p1

[Note: Son of George Washington & Jane (Nance) Adams; married 20 Oct 1889 CCM Effie Harmon 1868 - 1933; married 18 Apr 1934 CCM Nellie Delain (  ) Cook Workman 30 Jun 1899 - 9 Feb 1962]

Funeral services for Robert Adams, 75, native of the Garrison community, who died at his home at Chadwick on Feb. 29, were held Sunday afternoon at the Chadwick Union Church, with Rev. Earl T. Sechler officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of the Klingner Funeral Home of Springfield. In 1889, Mr. Adams was married to Effie Harmon and to this marriage four children were born. Mrs. Adams preceded him in death in 1933. He was later married to Mrs. Nellie Workman, who survives. He was a member of the Chadwick Christian Church. Survivors include the widow, three sons, Leo of Manchester, Iowa, Earl of Springfield, Paul of Sparta, a daughter, Mrs. Ruby Harris of Chadwick; four brothers, John of Collins, Mont., Alfred of Wanette, Okla., Harrison of Wichita, Kans., and Bergin of Springfield, one sister, Mrs. Margaret Harrison and nine grandchildren.

 

Adams, Robert Ralph 13 Sep 1929 – 17 Sep 1997  CCH-N 20 Sep 1997

[Note: married Jeanette]

Robert Ralph Adams, age 68, of Ozark, died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1997, in his home. He was born Sept. 13, 1929 in Wilson, Kan., and lived most of his life in Kansas, before moving to Ozark, following retirement. Survivors include: his wife, Jeanette; three sons, Charles Edward Adams, Chicago, Illinois, Robert Michael Adams, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mark Thomas Adams, San Diego, Calif.; grandchildren; two brothers, Warren Adams, Ore., and Spencer Adams, Portsmouth, Va.; and two sisters, Betty Appleton, Clay Center, Kansas, and Mary Broyles, Kansas City. No services are planned. Cremation is under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Adams, Roger Wayne 5 Mar 1915 -20 May  1986 OH 29 May 1986 p4

[Note: Son of Arthur Lee & Sarah Catherine (Anderson) Adams; married 23 Jan 1940 CCM Alma Lorene Harvill 17 Jun 1914 - 16 Nov 2007]

Services for Roger Wayne Adams, 71, Oldfield, were  held May 23 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery. Mr. Adams died May 20 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield. He was a retired service station operator and a member of the Union Hill Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Alma; one son, Ronnie Wayne, Oldfield; one brother, Arthur Dean, Ozark; and two grandchildren.

 

Adams, Ronnie Wayne 13 Jul 1940 - 17 Jun 2004  CCH-N 23 Jun 2004

[Note: Son of Roger Wayne & Alma Lorene (Harvill) Adams; married 4 Oct 1963 Barbara Jean Maggard]

Ronnie Wayne Adams, 63, Oldfield, died Thursday, June 17, 2004 in Doctors Hospital, Springfield. He was born July 13, 1940 in Oldfield, the son of Roger and Alma (Harvill) Adams. His father preceded him in death. Ronnie was a truck driver for Springfield Engineering Company for several years. Before this, he and his father owned and operated a service station in Oldfield for 10 years. Survivors include: His mother, Alma Adams, Oldfield; his daughters, Melissa Hutchinson and her husband, Ralph, Ava, and Marla Cook, Springfield; four grandchildren, Nathan, Deanna and Ethan Hutchinson, and Misty Adams; many friends and loved ones. A graveside funeral was at 3 p.m. Sunday in Harvill Cemetery with Rev. James Orick officiating. Visitation was from 6 to 7 p.m. June 19 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Adams, Rose Lea (Phipps) 3 Oct 1885 - 24 May 1980 OH 29 May 1980 p5

[Note: Daughter of James Frank  & Olive Henrietta (Baird) Phipps; married 30 Aug 1903 CCM  James Henry "Jim" Adams 29 Jan 1883 - 22 June 1965]

Services for Mrs. Rose Adams, 94, Route 1, Ozark, were held Tuesday in Harris Chapel with the Rev. Howard Blevins officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery. Mrs. Adams died last Saturday in Northside Nursing Center, Springfield. A Christian County resident most of her life, she was a member of Selmore Baptist Church. Survivors include five daughters, Miss Verda Adams, of the home, Mrs. Wilma Warren, Eagle Lake, Texas, Mrs. Leora Johnson, El Paso, Texas, Mrs. Cleo White, Ozark and Mrs. Mina Ruth Didler, St. Ann; five grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Diama Shetley, Springfield.

 

Adams, Rosie C. (Robinson) 12 Jul 1905 - 27 Dec 1986 OH 1 Jan 1987 pB7

[Note: Daughter of Lonnie A. & Mary Ann (Horton) Robinson/Robertson; records of family sometimes listed as Robertson, but both buried under name Robinson; married Mark Adams 15 May 1900 - 11 Nov 1958; SSDI gives birth as 1910, tombstone says 1905]

Services for Rosie C. Adams, 81, Ozark, were held Dec. 30 in Adams Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Burial was in Hopedale Cemetery. Mrs. Adams died Dec. 27 in Hillhaven Convalescent Center, Springfield. A homemaker, Mrs. Adams was a member of Victory Baptist Church and a lifelong resident of Christian County. Survivors include five daughters, Lula Henry and June Shortt, both of Ozark, Gertie Perryman, Springfield, Isabelle Johnston, Springville, Calif, and Betty Hedgpeth, Nixa; four sons, Floyd, Bradleyville, Lloyd, Anderson, Bert, Springfield and Joe, Ozark; two sisters, Minnie Turan, Ozark and Pearl Snarr, Phoenix, Ariz.; 26 grandchildren; 30 great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren,

 

Adams, Ruth G. (Carey) 1 Jul 1924 - 4 Sep 1988  OH 8 Sep 1988

[Note: Daughter of  Ernest & Ethel (Griffin) Carey; married Clifford M. Adams]

Ruth G. Adams, 64, of Springfield, died at 3:45 p.m. Sunday at Cox Medical Center North after a short illness. Services for Mrs. Adams were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Dale Street United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Robert Cassady officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens under the direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home North. A resident of Springfield for most of her life, Mrs. Adams was a homemaker. She was a member of the Dale Street United Methodist Church, where she was active in the United Methodist Women's organization. She was also active in the Springfield PTA from 1948-1971, serving several offices during that time. She was preceded in death by a son, Clifford M., Jr., in 1986. Her survivors include her husband, Clifford M., Sr.; two sons, Fred A., Fairfax Station, Virginia, and Richard D., Kansas City; a sister, Vivian Kimmons, Chicago, Illinois; a brother, Charles Carey, Sr., Nixa; and six grandchildren.

 

Adams, Sarah Elizabeth (Haddock) 28 May 1849 - 26 May 1932 CCR 2 Jun 1932 p6

[Note: Daughter of  Lewis & Mary Jane (Lee) Haddock; married William Adams Jan 1844 - 1909; mother of John M. Adams; Martha Effie (Adams) McPherson 25 Jun 1869 - 14 Nov 1916; and Laura (Adams) McPherson Mar 1871- aft 1932; and Myrtle (Adams) McPherson Nov 1880 - bef 1932]

Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Adams, 83, widow of William Adams, died at her home at Chadwick, MO, Thursday morning after a brief illness. Mrs. Adams was born and reared in Barry County, MO, and moved to Chadwick with her husband 40 years ago. Since his death 23 years ago, she has continued to live there in her home, alone. She was an active member of the Chadwick Christian Church. Mrs. Adams is survived by one son, John M. Adams, of Craigmyle, Alberta, Canada, one daughter, Mrs. Laura McPherson, Mineral, Washington, and 12 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren, most of them in Canada. Mrs. Goldie Jackson of Springfield and Mrs. Hazel Russell of Marionville are the only ones of her grandchildren in this vicinity. Funeral services for Mrs. Adams were held at Bradleyville, MO, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 followed by burial there at Bradleyville under the direction of the Klepper Funeral Home of this city.

 

Adams, Susie Moore d 8 Feb 1933 CCR 23 Feb 1933 p2

[Note: no MO DC found]

Word came to Ozark last week from Girard, Illinois, of the death of Mrs. Susie Moore Adams, who passed away at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Van Arsdale on Feb. 8, 1933. Funeral services were held on Feb. 10, at the Girard Presbyterian church with Rev. A.R. Coffman officiating. Burial was made in the Girard cemetery.

 

Adams, Terry Lee 10 Nov 1948 - 20 Aug 2006 SN-L 22 Aug 2006 & SN-L 23 Aug 2006

[Note: Son of Arthur Dean & Thelma Lorene (Herd) Adams]

Terry Lee Adams, age 57, of Springfield, exited the stage for the final time at 9 p.m. Sunday, August 20, 2006, after a courageous two year battle with lung cancer. He was at home surrounded by his family. Terry was born November 10, 1948, in Springfield, Missouri, to Dean and Thelma Adams. As a young man Terry attended College Street Baptist Church. In 1961 he moved with his parents and two brothers to Ozark, Missouri, where on July 24, 1964 Terry was baptized at the First Baptist Church in Ozark. Terry was active in debate and theater and graduated from Ozark High School in 1966 and attended SMS. Terry worked for the Zenith Corporation in Springfield for 18 years, then in 1994 he went to work for Bass Pro for 10 years. Terry was a writer, director, composer and actor. He was an entertainer. Terry had a golden talent for making people laugh. He especially enjoyed performing at the Springfield Little Theatre and was a member of the Actors Theatre of Missouri. Some of his most memorable roles were as Ernie Cusack in Rumors, Mr. Stanley in The Man Who Came To Dinner, Paul Sycamore in You Can't Take It With You, Mr. Potter in It's a Wonderful Life and pictured here, as a gentleman whose air of dignity and composure is hilariously lost (along with his hat) when bestowed with sudden and unexpected generosity by Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. Terry had an abiding love for animals. Four stray black cats that found their way to his doorstep over the years were rewarded with a safe, loving and happy home, their names-Blackjack, Java, Catrina and Emerald. Terry was rewarded with their antics and love in return. Terry was a loyal friend, an eccentric uncle, a much loved brother and adored son. He will be sorely missed, though we take comfort in knowing Terry has gone home to his Heavenly Father permanently healed and reunited with his earthly father Arthur Dean Adams. Terry leaves behind his mother, Thelma Adams; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Dean and Mary Adams and Jeff and Andra Adams; one sister, Valerie Adams; a niece Sarah Orr and her husband, Mark, all of Ozark; two nephews, Arthur Adams and his wife, Kimberly, Nixa; and Jesse Adams, Ozark; one great-niece, Emily Orr; an English Bulldog named Winston and two very special miniature Schnauzers named Freddy and Willy who stayed at Terry's bedside and helped watch over him during the final days of his illness. Bravo Terry! Services will be held Wednesday, August 23, at 6 p.m. in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor Tommy Bilyeu speaking, and visitation following the service. Burial will be in Sparta Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 3322 S. Campbell Avenue, Ste R, Springfield, MO 65807, or church or charity of the donor's choice.

 

Adams, Thomas Dillard "Uncle Dock" 20 Apr 1849 - 23 Jun 1926 CCR 25 Jun 1926 p8

[Note: Son of  Leroy & Mary Ann (Cummings) Adams; married 16 Feb 1871 CCM Sarah Catherine "Kate" Maiden 2 Dec 1842 - 28 Nov 1929; some records spell wife‘s maiden name Mayden]

T. D. (Uncle Dock) Adams, died at his home near Sparta, after a lingering illness, at 8:00 o’clock p.m., Wednesday, June 23, 1926, aged about 77 years. Funeral services, with I.O.O.F. Lodge of Sparta in charge, will be held at the residence Friday morning with burial in the home cemetery with T. B. Chaffin of Ozark in charge. Mr. Adams was widely known, especially in Ozark and the east part of the county. He leaves the widow, one son, Taylor Adams, and one daughter, Mrs. Pete Hoffman, and numerous other relatives. He was a brother of James F. Adams, of Ozark.

 

Adams, Tony 1966 - 1 Oct 1978 OH 12 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: Son of Doyle Gene “Sonny” & Joan ( ) Adams; no SSDI found]

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Adams, Joan 12 Aug 1947 - 1 Oct 1978 OH 5 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: married Doyle Gene “Sonny” Adams 11 Oct 1944 - 1 Oct 1978]

AND

Adams, Doyle Gene “Sonny” 11 Oct 1944 - 1 Oct 1978  OH 5 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: married Joan 12 Aug 1947 - 1 Oct 1978]

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Adams, Brian 1967 - 1 Oct 1978 OH 5 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: Son of Doyle Gene “Sonny” & Joan ( ) Adams; no SSDI found]

Funeral services were yesterday for the Doyle Gene Adams family of California, Mo. at the United Church of Christ. Members of the family, Doyle Gene 33, Joan 31, Tony 12 and Brian 11, were killed in an automobile accident on highway 87 near California last Sunday evening. The bodies were taken to Bolin Funeral Home and buried at High Point in California, Mr. Adams is survived by a brother Jerry of Tipton, Mo. and two sisters, Mrs. Jerry Morrison of Versailles, Mo. and Mrs. Harold Melton of Ozark

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Adams, Tony 1966 - 1 Oct 1978 OH 5 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: Son of Doyle Gene “Sonny” & Joan ( ) Adams; no SSDI found]

AND

Adams, Joan 12 Aug 1947 - 1 Oct 1978 OH 5 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: married Doyle Gene “Sonny” Adams 11 Oct 1944 - 1 Oct 1978]

AND

Adams, Doyle Gene “Sonny” 11 Oct 1944 - 1 Oct 1978  OH 12 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: married Joan 12 Aug 1947 - 1 Oct 1978]

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Adams, Brian 1967 - 1 Oct 1978 OH 12 Oct 1978 p12

[Note: Son of Doyle Gene “Sonny” & Joan ( ) Adams; no SSDI found]

Card of Thanks

We want to take this time to say thanks for the flowers, cards, food, and prayers during the tragic loss of the Doyle Adams family.  Mr. & Mrs. Harold Melton  Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Adams  Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Morrison  Mr. & Mrs. Joe Burkhart   Mr. & Mrs. Ray Burkhart.

 

Adams, Velda Lou (Echols) 24 Apr 1928 - 16 Nov 2004 SN-L 19 Nov 2004

[Note: Daughter of Joseph & Blanch (  ) Echols; married Alonzo Howard Adams 30 Apr 1911 - 8 Aug 2001]

Velda Lou Adams, 76, Springfield, died at 9:35 a.m. Nov. 16, 2004. The daughter of Joseph and Blanch Echols, she was born April 24, 1928, in Safford, Ariz. She was a Licensed Practical Nurse, and a member of the Assembly of God church. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Howard; and three infant triplet daughters, Debbie, Donna and Debra. She is survived by three sons, Donald and his wife, Jane Adams, of Nixa, Cliff and his wife, Sharon, of Republic, and Jerry Adams of Nixa; three sisters, Carmen Sanchez and Bobby Echols of Phoenix, Ariz., and Susan Carter of Virginia Beach, Va.; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be today at 2:30 p.m. in Payne Cemetery with Joe Bright officiating. Greenlawn Funeral Home South is in charge of arrangements. Springfield News-Leader, November 19, 2004.

 

Adams, Verda Louise 1904 - 11 Jan 1988  OH 14 Jan 1988

[Note: Daughter of  James Henry “Jimmie” & Rose Lea (Phipps) Adams]

Verda Louise Adams, 83, of Ozark, died at 10:45 a.m. Monday at the Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark. Services were held Wednesday at the Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Howard Blevins officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery. She was a lifelong resident of Christian County, and was a member of the Selmore Baptist Church, being converted at an early age. Survivors include four sisters Wilma Warren, of Mexia, Texas, Lenora Johnson, of Walnut Creek, California, Cleo White, of Ozark, and Mina Ruth Strauser, of St. Ann. She is also survived by three nephews and one niece.

 

Adams, Viola Mae (Porter) 1917 - 7 Jun 1965      CCR 10 Jun 1965 p1

[Note: Daughter of William & Amanda (Abney) Porter; married 29 May 1939 CCM  David Norman Adams 18 Nov 1916 - 20 May 1969]

Funeral services for Mrs. Viola Mae Adams, 47, Clarksburg, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Harris Chapel here. The Rev. Roy Shipman will officiate and burial will be in Pedelo Cemetery, south of Rogersville. Mrs. Adams was killed in an automobile accident in Cooper County Monday afternoon. Survivors include her husband, David; two sons, Jerry and Doyle, both of Syracuse, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. Judy Ann Melton, Ozark and Miss Willa Kay Adams of the home and five grandchildren. Other survivors include three brothers, Ray Porter, Turlock, Calif., Floyd Porter, Vancouver, Wash., Taylor Porter, Golden City; and three sisters, Mrs. Lula Green, Ozark, Mrs. Henry Horton, Rogersville, and Mrs. Homer Adams, Vancouver, Wash.

 

Adams, Ward W. 3 Oct 1906 - 31 Jan 2000   CCH-N 9 Feb 2000

[Note: Son of William S. & Hattie (  ) Adams; married Ann]

Ward W. Adams, 93, Mt. Vernon, formerly of Ozark, died at 10:45 p.m. Monday, January 31, 2000, in the Missouri Veterans Home, Mt. Vernon. Mr. Adams was a major in the U.S. Army, serving during WW II. He was a retired industrial engineer. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ann, and is survived by a son and his wife, William J. and Marlene Adams, Republic; two grandchildren and their spouses, John G. and Rhonda Adams, Springfield and A. Diane and Mark Gooch, Ozark; three great-grandchildren; and a former daughter-in-law, Judith Adams, Springfield. Graveside services with military honors were at 2 p.m. Friday, February 4, 2000, in Springfield National Cemetery under direction of Meadors Funeral Home, Republic.

 

Adams, Warren W. 1899 - 20 Nov 1970  CCR 26 Nov 1970 p1

[Note: married Patsy]

Warren W. Adams, 71 of Billings died at 7 a.m. Friday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, following a short illness. Mr. Adams was a retired steam fitter, and a former resident of Nixa. He moved to the Ozarks from Blockton, Iowa, in 1962, He was a member of the Baptist church. Survivors include his wife, Patsy; one son, E. Ray Adams of Auburn, Wash.; two sisters, Mrs. Effie Weaver of Blockton, and Mrs. Myrtle Field of Savanna, Mo.; one brother, Elbert Adams of Banning, Calif.; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were at 1:30 p.m. Monday in Republic Assembly of God Church with the Rev. Ridley Thomas officiating, Burial was in Wade Chapel Cemetery, Republic, under direction of Harris of Nixa.

 

Adams, Wilda Aleen 14 May 1929 - 14 May 1929 CCR 16 May 1929 p1

[Note: Daughter of James W. & Bessie (Bilyeu) Adams; tombstone gives name as Wilda Arlene]

Wilda Aleen Adams, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams of north of Ozark was buried in the City Cemetery, with Rev. W. P. Richardson officiating. Burial under the supervision of T. B. Chaffin.

 

Adams, William "Uncle Bill" Jan 1844 - 15 Aug 1909 CCR 19 Aug 1909 p1

[Note: married 10 Oct 1867 Sarah Elizabeth Haddock May 1849 - 26 May 1932; no legible tombstone for either in Christian County]

At his home in Chadwick Sunday Aug. 15th, 1909 William Adams age about 66 years “Uncle Bill, as he was familiarly known was an old timer in Christian Co. having been born in the Elk Valley County south of Ozark in 1843, and has been a continual resident of the Co. during his life. He served in the Union Army during the war.

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Adams, William "Uncle Bill" Jan 1844 - 15 Aug 1909 CCR 26 Aug 1909

Died at his home in Chadwick, Mo. 3:00 p.m. Aug 15, 1909 William Adams age 65 years, 6 months and 22 days. He was born Jan. 24, 1844. Uncle Billy as he was familiarly known was born on the Elk Valley. He was away during the army life, was married in Phelps Co. near Rolla to Miss Elizabeth Haddock Oct. 10, 1867, his wife and three children survive him, his son, John and one daughter, Mrs. Effie McPherson at Bradleyville, Mo. they with many relatives and friends deeply mourn his loss. He was a kind hearted ready to help the poor, always spoke friendly to every body.

 

Adams, William A. 1 Nov 1876 - 13 Jun 1938 CCR 16 Jun 1938 p2

[Note: Son of Jess & Malinda (Williams) Adams - mother’s first name unclear in MO DC; married 1 Nov 1903 CCM Hattie Cornelia Hughes 14 Aug 1886 - 18 Mar 1966; MO DC says buried Mills Cemetery, DCM]

Funeral services for W.A. Adams, 61, who died at his home in Sparta June 13, were held on Tuesday with Rev. John Pruitt officiating with burial in the Witty cemetery under the direction of Rathbun & Chaffin. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Hattie Adams, two daughters, Mrs. Laura Hunt of Sparta and Mrs. Lois Allen of Keltner, two sons, Homer of Sparta and David so Conway, Iowa, a nephew, J.A. Adams of Emporia, Kans., one granddaughter, one brother, Dave Adams of Keltner and one sister, Mrs. Anna Williams of Clinton.

 

Adams, William Calvin 10 Sep 1878 - 4 Nov 1910 CCR 10 Nov 1910

[Note: Son of  John & Margaret Lucinda “Lou“ (Cook) Adams; married 25 Dec 1898 Lida C. King 7 Jul 1881 - 5 Dec 1964]

Tribute of Respect

To the Consul and Neighbors of Ozark Camp No. 5111, M. W. A. Your committee appointed to draft a tribute of respect to memory of Neighbor W. C. Adams, submit the following: Death, the ruthless Intruder whom even the bravest cannot check has again invaded our Camp and taken from us our Neighbor William Calvin Adams, who died at his home near Montague on Friday, November 4, 1910, leaving a heart-broken widow and four little daughters. Neighbor Adams became a member of Ozark Camp December 15, 1901, coming to us on transfer card from Arlington Camp, Oklahoma, where he had been adopted about one year previously, and held a certificate for $1,000. The distance of his home from town made it impossible for him to attend meetings of our Camp, but he met his financial obligations with that promptness and cheerfulness which proved his faithfulness to his obligations and devotion to his family. He was accorded the honors of the Fraternity in burial in the cemetery at Selmore by Neighbors of the Camp on Saturday afternoon, November 5th. He was a good citizen, kind father, true Woodsman, and we pay this fraternal tribute to his memory, and extend our sympathies to the bereaved family. Charles F.. Reid, J. H. Gardner, Jacob Hartley, Committee.

 

Adams, William R. died May 1937 CCR 6 May 1937 p2

[Note: No MO DC found]

Wm. R. Adams, attorney, who has been prominent in the legal profession of Southern Missouri for many years died quite suddenly at his home in Forsyth last week. Funeral services were held last Friday. Attorneys of Ozark attending the services were Tom R. Moore, Chas. F. Boyd, Joe Crain, Jacob Hartley and G. Purd Hays. The Odd Fellows had charge of the services at the grave.

 

Adamson, Anna Belle (Roberts) 4 Jan 1881 - 25 Apr 1966     CCR 28 Apr 1966 p1

[Note: Daughter of George Washington & Elizabeth Catherine (Martin) Roberts; married George Washington Adamson, Jr. 3 Nov 1876 - 11 Nov 1931]

Mrs. Anna Adamson, 85, formerly of Ava, died at 4 p.m. Monday in Bilyeu Nursing Home where she had lived for seven years. Mrs. Adamson was a lifelong resident of Douglas and Stone Counties and was a member of the Breeden Freewill Baptist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Clara Hord, Route 1, Ava; a son Robert,. Route 4, Mountain Grove; nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. today in Harris Chapel here with Rev. Tommy Carlson officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery.

 

Adamson, Christian Glen 19 Jun 2007 - 19 Jun 2007 SN-L 21 Jun 2007 & CCH-N 27 Jun 2007

[Note: Son of Tracy Gentry & Jeremiah Adamson]

Christian Glen Adamson, infant son of Tracy Gentry and Jeremiah Adamson, of Sparta, was stillborn at birth on June 19, 2007. A graveside funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Collins Cemetery, south of Ozark, with Pastor Jamie Bilyeu officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to PO Box 1806, Ozark, MO 65721.

 

Adamson, Edith Jane (Smith) 17 Aug 1911 - 27 Jul 2003 CCH-N 6 Aug  2003

[Note: Daughter of Ode & Vada (Southards) Smith; married Floyd Adamson]

Edith Jane Adamson, 91, died July 27, 2003, in Ozark Riverview Manor. She was born Aug. 17, 1911, in Crossroads, the daughter of Ode and Vada (Southards) Smith. She moved from Selah, Wash., in 1989 to this area, after being in Washington since 1952. During her working career she owned and operated a restaurant, and had also packed apples and was an antique dealer. Her husband, Floyd Adamson preceded her in death as well as her parents; three sisters; three brothers; and a granddaughter, Patricia Bayne.  Survivors include two daughters, Nona Jones and husband Russell, Sparta, and Margaret Gass and husband, Vearl, Richland, Wash.; three sisters, Joyce Audiss, El Dorado Springs, Josephine Hambelton, Post Falls, Idaho, and Hope Hodges, Kansas City; three grandchildren, Rick Jones, Sparta, Gary Gass, Kennewick, Wash., and Kim Schultz, Richland, Wash.; five great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. Services were at 10 a.m. Aug. 4, in Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, Wash. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.  ©Ozarks Newsstand 2003

 

Adamson, George Washington 3 Nov 1876 - 11 Nov 1931 CCR 12 Nov 1931 p1

[Note: Son of George W. & Nancy Jane (Brickey) Adamson; married 3 Nov 1915 CCM Anna Belle Roberts 4 Jan 1881 - 25 Apr 1966]

George Adamson aged 55 years, who died from a gunshot wound inflicted by himself in his barn yard near Pansy in Douglas County Wednesday, Nov. 11, was, after a coroner’s inquest, brought to the Chaffin Funeral Home in Ozark and prepared for burial. He leaves a wife, one son, 15 years old, and one daughter, nine years old, besides other relatives. Funeral services were held Nov. 12 at 2 p.m. in Sparta by Rev. Martin, with burial in the Sparta cemetery.

 

Adamson, Matthew "Math" Apr 1861 - 4 Dec 1930 CCR 11 Dec 1930 p3

[Note: Son of George Washington & Nancy Jane (Brickey) Adamson; married Sintha Ann Shipman 2 Feb 1863 - 15 May 1916; no MO DC found]

Math Adamson, aged 68 years, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roy Newton, 892 Missouri Ave., Springfield, Thursday, Dec. 4. Funeral services were conducted Friday at the Plainview cemetery near Sparta by Rev. W.P. Richardson with interment under direction of B.C. Klepper. Mr. Adamson was a native of Christian county.

 

Adamy, Myrtle (Clark) Dec 1882 - 8 Oct 1915 CCR 15 Oct 1915 p1

[Note: Daughter of William & Elizabeth “Lizzie” (Stewart) Clark; neither Myrtle nor any child born about 1904 found under name Adamy anywhere on 1910 census, though there are several Adamy families in Pawnee County Kansas in 1910 - suggesting this may have been a second marriage; and no grandchildren matching these ages are with William & Elizabeth on 1920 census]

Mrs. Myrtle Adamy, aged about 33 years. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Ozark, died at her home at Larned, Kansas, last Friday, October 8, and was buried there on the 9. Mrs. Adamy died after a lingering illness of tuberculosis and is the fourth one in the family to die from this disease. Mrs. Clark has been out there with her daughter since the first of August, but is expected home sometime this week and will bring the two children aged 11 and 8 years home with her.

 

Aday, James Edward, Pfc. Jul 1925 - 20 Jan 1945 CCR 15 Feb 1945 p1

[Note: Son of Rufus F. & Okla L. (?) Aday; married Lorene]

Pfc. James Edward Aday, 19, was killed in Germany Jan. 20, according to a War Department notification received this week by his wife, Mrs. Lorene Aday of Chadwick. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Aday of Good Hope, Mo. Pfc. Aday was stationed at Camp Beale, Calif., just prior to going overseas July 15, 1944. He was attached to the Ninth Army. Surviving besides his wife and parents are five brothers, Richard, Wayne, Billy and Carl of Good Hope and Kenneth of Wichita, Kans.

 

Aday, Kenneth E. 5 May 1929 - 12 Jul 2005 SN-L 14 Jul 2005

[Note: Son of Rufus & Lois Oakla (Friend) Aday; married 25 Dec 1949 Frieda Shortt]

Kenneth E. Aday walked with Jesus from his home in Battlefield on Tuesday, July 12, 2005. He was born May 5, 1929, in Shawnee, Okla., the son of Rufus and Lois Oakla (Friend) Aday. On December 25, 1949, he married the love of his life, Frieda Shortt, in the home of her parents, Emory and Ortha Shortt. Kenneth worked 19 years for Bekins Van and Storage in California and 17 years at Paul Mueller in Springfield. He loved to fish, garden, and spend time with family. He adored the little ones. Survivors include his wife of 55 1/2 years, Frieda; a daughter, Connie Van Horn and husband, James, Branson; a son, Kenneth Steven Aday and wife, Janet, Pleasant Hope; five grandchildren, Kenneth Robert Friend, Malaina Elliott, Kenneth Steven Aday, Jr., Charles Joseph Aday, and Summer Dawn Aday; 10 great-grandchildren; a sister, Louise King, Shawnee, Okla.; two brothers, Carl Aday, Yukon, Okla., and Jack Aday, Shawnee, Okla.; and mother-in-law, Ortha Shortt, Ozark. He was preceded in death by his parents; and four brothers, James, Roscoe David, Richard, and Bill Aday. A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 16, in Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Springfield, with Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospices of America, or the American Cancer Society.

 

Aday, James Edward, Pfc. Jul 1925 - 20 Jan 1945 CCR 15 Feb 1945 p1

[Note: Son of Rufus F. & Okla L. (?) Aday; married Lorene]

Pfc. James Edward Aday, 19, was killed in Germany Jan. 20, according to a War Department notification received this week by his wife, Mrs. Lorene Aday of Chadwick. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Aday of Good Hope, Mo. Pfc. Aday was stationed at Camp Beale, Calif., just prior to going overseas July 15, 1944. He was attached to the Ninth Army. Surviving besides his wife and parents are five brothers, Richard, Wayne, Billy and Carl of Good Hope and Kenneth of Wichita, Kans.

Aday, Kenneth E. 5 May 1929 - 12 Jul 2005 CCH-N 14 Jul 2005

            Kenneth E. Aday walked with Jesus from his home in Battlefield on Tuesday, July 12, 2005. A memorial service was at 10 Saturday, July 16, in Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Springfield, with Rev. Carl Thompson officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospices of America, or the American Cancer Society

Adkins, Amanda 1992 - 4 Apr 2009 CCH-N 15 Apr 2009

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Crow, James D. 1 Aug 1991 - 27 Mar 2009   CCH-N 15 Apr 2009

Teens die after possible drug overdoses

Nixa Police make arrests.

By: Chris J. Cluck, reporter This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Nixa Police are investigating an outbreak of possible prescription drug overdoses and have arrested two individuals on drug charges suspected to have a connection to two local deaths. Dina M. Eslick, 50,  and Bret W. Turner, 20, both face distribution of controlled substance charges following two deaths from alleged prescription drug overdoses in the past month. Nixa Sgt. Jeff Romero said Eslick, also known as “Momma D,” was implicated by witness statements in the death of James D. Crow, 17. Investigators believe Crow’s death March 27 was caused by an overdose of different prescription medications and illegal drugs. “We are still waiting on the toxicology reports before an exact cause of death is determined,” Romero said. “(Nixa) Detective Jason Hartsell received several statements during his investigation implicating Eslick in the distribution of prescription medication and illegal drugs to several people, including her 16-year-old daughter. Eslick was arrested April 2 after the Nixa Emergency Tactical Team executed a search warrant at her residence that resulted in the recovery of controlled substances. She remains in the Christian County jail on a $50,000 cash bond and is scheduled for an April 21 preliminary hearing.  “Eslick is already facing a separate charge of distribution stemming from a previous case submitted by our agency last year,” Romero said. “The investigation of Crow’s death is still ongoing.”  Turner was arrested after police began investigating April 4 the death of his 16-year-old girlfriend, Amanda R. Adkins. “(Nixa) Detective Graham Applegate investigated the death and suspected Adkins’ death was caused by an overdose of prescription medications,” Romero said. “Again, we are awaiting toxicology reports before a final determination o the exact cause of death is made. Other charges may be filed once we received the pending reports.”

Turner remains in jail under a $100,000 bond and is scheduled for an April 28 preliminary hearing. Romero said the number of incidents relating to prescription drugs are skyrocketing. “Our statistics show that problems with prescription medications have far exceeded the problems we have with illicit illegal drugs,” Romero said. “With a declining economy and moral foundation, young people seem to be turning to prescription medications, illegal drugs and alcohol at alarming rates.”  Parents can take the first active role in the fight against prescription drug abuse, Romero said. “Parents need to be vigilant in the fight for their children’s lives,” Romero said. “If you are a parent with prescription medications in your home, please, do not make it easy for children to obtain your medications.”  The law is very specific about distributing prescription medications, Romero said. “The public must also be aware that giving a controlled substance, which includes many prescription medications, to anyone else, even family members, is a crime,” he said.

 

Adkins, Elizabeth June (Shaffer) Sadberry 22 Jul 1923 - 24 Jul 2004   SN-L 23 Jul 2004

[Note: Daughter of  George Dewey & Eva Christine (Pitman) Shaffer; married 25 Apr 1939 Fred Sadberry; married 13 May 1992 Jess Adkins]

Elizabeth June Adkins, 81, Ozark, passed away Thursday in St. John's Hospital. Graveside funeral services are 10 a.m. Saturday, July 24, 2004, in Selmore Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.

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Adkins, Elizabeth June (Shaffer) Sadberry 22 Jul 1923 - 22 Jul 2004 CCH-N 4 Aug 2004

Elizabeth June Adkins, 81, Ozark, died Thursday, July 22, 2004 at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. Elizabeth was born June 22, 1923 in Henrietta, Okla., the daughter of George Dewey and Eva Christine (Pitman) Shaffer. On April 25, 1939, she was united in marriage to Fred Sadberry, after 11 years of trying to have children she and Fred were blessed with one daughter and three sons. After 51 years of marriage Fred preceded her in death on June 23, 1990. Elizabeth was later united in marriage to Jess Adkins on May 13, 1992. Elizabeth was a pastor's daughter and a pastor's wife. Her father founded the Grace Christian Center in Bakersfield, Calif., and in 1977 she and her husband began their ministry in the same church until Fred died. Her main goal in life was to serve the Lord and to care for her family. Elizabeth was a wonderful lady with a heart of gold, she was known for her motherly talents with the children in the church nursery, and could make a crying baby stop crying. She also loved to cook, bake and sew for her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and sister Helen Louise Shaffer. Elizabeth is survived by her husband, Jess Adkins; one daughter, Priscilla J. Bueno and husband Steve, McCarney, Texas; three sons, Ralph A. Sadberry and wife Jayne, Ozark, Kenneth W. Sadberry and wife Cindy, Birmingham, Ala., and Roger Sadberry and wife Pam, Bakersfield, Calif; sister Edith Heard, Joplin; brother George Shaffer, Jacksonville, Fla.; ten grandchildren, Lori Rosander and husband Greg, Doug Brock and wife Rene, Tiffany Whittington and husband Chad, Kyle Sadberry, Keith Sadberry, David Sadberry and Jordan Sadberry; three great-grandchildren, Ethan Jones, Emily Jones and Lauren Brock; three step-grandchildren, Steven Bueno, Michelle Bueno and Jennifer Bueno; several nieces, nephews and loving friends. Graveside services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 24 in Selmore Cemetery, Selmore, Mo., under the care of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor James Eakins officiating.

Visitation was from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 23 in Barnes Family Funeral Home.

©Ozarks Newsstand 2004

 

Adkisson, William J. 20 Jun 897 -  23 Aug 1963   CCR 29 Aug 1963

[Note: married Myrtle L. Howard 7 May 1903 - 10 Oct 1989; No legible tombstone]

Funeral services for William J. Adkisson, 66, of 7806 W. 59th Terrace, Mirriam, Kan., were at 3:00 p.m. Sunday at the Freeman Chapel in Merriam with graveside services at 1:00 p.m. Monday at the Highlandville Cemetery. He died Friday, Aug. 23, at Luke’s Hospital. He was a retired paint manager for Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. Mr. Adkisson was a member of the Dwight Cowles American Legion Post in Overland Park, Kan., a Mason and a Baptist. Mr. Adkisson was the husband of the former Myrtle Howard of Highlandville.

 

Aemisegger, Arlan Dean 1 May 1928 – 16 Jul 1992 NN-E 22 Jul 1992

[Note: Son of Fred & Roberta (  ) Aemisegger; married Regina].

Arlan Dean Aemisegger, 64, Ozark, died Thursday, July 16, at a construction site near Ozark. He was born May 1, 1928, in Elk City, Kan., the. son of Fred and Roberta Aemisegger. He attended school in Elk City, and lived in the state of California and later in Sapulpa, Okla., before moving to Ozark in 1990. He was a member of Nixa Assembly of God Church. Survivors include his wife, Regina; a step-daughter, Peggy Winder, Wappapella; two stepsons, Michael Van Sandt, Ozark, and Earl Wayne Van Sandt, Tulsa, Okla.; two sisters, Barbara Whistler, Temechula, Calif., and Treva Horst, Meriden, Kan., three brothers, Darven Aemisegger, Independence, Kan., Olen Aemisegger, Sapulpa, and Noel Aemisegger, Elk City; five step-grandchildren, Earl Wayne and Jessica Van Sandt, Garrett and Heather Dean Widner, and Jared Van Sandt; and nieces and nephews. Services were held Monday, July 20, in Sapulpa, with the Rev. Don Blansit officiating. Burial was in Elk City. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, and Owen Funeral Home, Sapulpa.

 

Agee, Charlie Dee 2 Jul 1928 - 21 Mar 2005  SN-L 22 Mar 2005

[Note: Son of  David Mikael & Dollie Mae (McKee) Agee]

Charlie Dee Agee, 78, Springfield went to be with the Lord Monday, March 21, 2005, in Springfield. He was born July 2, 1928, in Palo Pinto, Texas. Mr. Agee served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and worked as a contractor in Springfield for the past 50 years. He is survived by his daughter, Rebecca Brown, and his grandchildren, Samantha Cunningham and husband, Dana, Jacob Brown, and Jessica Brown. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, March 23, 2005, at 11 a.m. in North Nixa Baptist Church with Pastor Jerry Francisco officiating.

 

Agee, Ethel H. (Dickens) 4 Mar 1898  - Feb 1973 OH 1 Mar 1973 p15

Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel H. Agee, 75 of 3155 W. Brower, Springfield, were held Wednesday in the Klingner Chapel with the Rev. John Tranbarger officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery, A native of Sarcoxie, Mrs. Agee was a longtime resident of Springfield. She was a member of the Hillcrest Presbyterian Church. Survivors include three sons, Glenn, Bent and Earnest, all of Springfield; one daughter, Mrs. Pauline Letterman, Springfield; one brother, Leo Dickens, St. Louis; three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Durbin of Nixa, Mrs. Mary Pierce of Brighton and Mrs. Emma Rose of Riverside, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

 

Agee, Floyd Homer 2 Mar 1902 - 8 Aug 1980 OH 14 Aug 1980 p5

[Note: Son of Amos & Mary T. ( ) Agee]

Homer Agee, 78, of Springfield, father of Louis A. Agee of Nixa, died Aug. 8 in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. Services were held Tuesday in Springfield..

 

Agnew. Julia (Wrightsman) 22 Jan 1827 - 27 Jul 1899 CCR 10 Aug 1899

[Note: Daughter of Joseph & ? ( ) Wrightsman; married 28 Dec 1871 James W. Agnew]

Mrs. Julia Agnew, wife of James Agnew, died at her home on B. J. Thursday, July 28 at 8:35 a.m., had been in good health until recently and had only been sick a few days when grim Death claimed her for its own. Mrs. Julia Agnew was the daughter of Elder Joseph Wrightsman. She was born January 22, 1837 in Bote__ county, Virginia. When a child, with her parents, she moved to Sangamon County, Illinois. Was united in marriage to J. M. Agnew by Rev. Thomas Hanks. December 28, 1873 at Ozark, Mo. At the age of fourteen, she embraced the Christian religion and united with the missionary Baptist church. In 1858, her family moved to Christian County, Missouri where she united with the Mount Zion Baptist Church.  [no more photocopied]

 

Ahearn, Edmonia S. (Smith) 19 Jun 1910 - 1 Feb 1991  NN-E 7 Nov 1991

[Note: Daughter of V. G. & Alice (  ) Smith]

Edmonia S. Ahearn, 80, Clever, died at 10:40 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1, 1991, in her daughter's Clever. home. Ahearn, a homemaker, was born June 19, 1910, in Breckenridge, Colo., to Dr. V. G. and Alice Smith. She is survived by a daughter, Alice Baney, Clever; two grandchildren, David Baney, Highlandville, and Lori Dutton, Battlefield; and two great-great-grandchildren, Brandon Silvey and Lindsey Dutton. Graveside services were Tuesday in Maple Park Cemetery, Springfield, under direction of Harris Colonial Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Joe Fahl officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Missouri.

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