Amos, Helen Elizabeth, d. 1996 - Anderson, Effie May, d. 1966

 

Amos, Helen Elizabeth (Spacek) Boyd 25 Mar 1906 - 26 Nov 1996  CCH-N 30 Nov 1996

[Note: Daughter of Joseph & Frances (Martenek) Spacek; married ? Boyd’ married Lowell Amos 25 Nov 1904 - 23 Sep 2005]

Helen Elizabeth Amos, 90, Nixa, passed away at 6:20 a.m. Tuesday, November 26, 1996, in Nixa Park Care Center. Helen was born in St. Mary, Kansas on March 25, 1906, the daughter of Joseph and Frances Martenek Spacek. She was a member of Calvary  Bible Church in Nixa, which she loved very much, and she enjoyed needlework. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Lowell; two sons, Norman Boyd,  Harrisonville, and Robert Boyd, Topeka, Kan.; a daughter, Betty Holbrook, Clever; 8 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents, 4 sisters, 7 brothers and 2 grandchildren. Services were at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 29, 1996 at Calvary Bible Church in Nixa with the Rev. Joe Fahl officiating under the direction of Harris, a Heritage Funeral Home. Burial followed in Richwood Cemetery.

 

Amos, James Gordon 28 Oct 1874 - 10 Apr 1963  CCR 11 Apr 1963

[Note: Son of  William A. & Ellen J. “Ella“ (Gray) Amos; married 21 Mar 1897 CCM Laura Louise Jones 11 Feb 1875 - 19 Aug 1917; married Mary Agnes Ginger 15 Jan 1895 - 24 Dec 1976]

James Amos, 88, died at 8:02 Wednesday night at his home in Nixa. He had lived in the Nixa community most of his life. A member of the Nixa Christian Church, he was a retired farmer. Survivors are his wife, Mary Agnes; eight sons, Leslie, Lowell, and Leon, all of St. Louis, Lawrence and Royce, Griswold, Iowa, Roger, Reeds Spring, Ernest, Nixa, and Leo, Tulsa; four daughters, Mrs. Ava Hatfield, Jackson, Miss., Mrs. Cleo Gledden and Mrs. Willa Mae Miller, both of Tulsa, and Mrs. Mary Ellen Young, Kansas City; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Beamon and .Mrs. Gertrude Odegard, both of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Sadie Haguewood, Nixa.  Harris will announce arrangements.

 

Amos, Lowell 25 Nov 1904 - 23 Sep 2005 SN-L 25 Sep 2005

[Note: Son of James Gordon & Laura Louise (Jones) Amos; married 1942 Helen Elizabeth (Spacek) Boyd  25 Mar 1906 - 26 Nov 1996 m/1 Boyd]

Lowell Amos, age 100, of Nixa, passed away Friday, September 23, 2005. He was born November 25, 1904, in Nixa, the son of James Gordon and Laura Louise (Jones) Amos. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. Mr. Amos retired in 1965 from Frisco Railroad in St. Louis. After retirement he became a full-time farmer, which he continued until very recently. He was a member of Calvary Bible Church in Nixa. Survivors include a daughter, Betty Holbrook, Republic; a son, Norman Boyd, Harrisonville; a brother, Roger Amos, Crane; a sister, Mary Alice Nicholson, Springfield; eight grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grand children; and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife of 54 years, Helen, in 1996; a son, Robert V. Boyd; two grandsons, Don Holbrook and Mike Holbrook; seven brothers; and eight sisters. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., Monday, September 26, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Rev. Joseph Fahl officiating. Burial will follow in Richwood Cemetery, east of Nixa. Visitation is from 5 to 6 p.m. today, in the funeral home.

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Amos, Lowell 25 Nov 1904 - 23 Sep 2005 CCH-N 28 Sep 2005

            Lowell Amos, 100, of Nixa, passed away Sept. 23, 2005. Survivors include a daughter, Betty Holbrook, Republic; a son, Norman Boyd, Harrisonville; a brother, Roger Amos, Crane; a sister, Mary Alice Nicholson, Springfield; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grand children; nieces, nephews, and friends. Funeral services were 10 a.m., Sept. 26, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Rev. Joseph Fahl officiating. Burial followed in Richwood Cemetery, east of Nixa. 

Amos, Mary Agnes (Ginger) Slay 15 Jan 1895 - 24 Dec 1976 OH 30 Dec 1976 p8

[Note: Daughter of Jerome & Alice (Sellers) Ginger; married 1919 James Gordon Amos 28 Oct 1874 - 10 Apr 1963]

NIXA - Mrs. Mary Agnes Amos, 81, died at 4:20 p.m. at General Osteopathic Hospital , Springfield following a long illness. Mrs. Amos is survived by one son, Leo of Tulsa; three daughters, Mrs. Cleo Weathered, Adair, Okla; Mrs. Willa Mae Miller, Tulsa, and Mrs,. Mary Ellen Young , address unknown; five stepsons, Lawrence of Griswold, Lowell of Nixa, Leon of Maplewood, Roger of Aurora and Royce of Griswold, Iowa; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Ava Altrip, Galena and two sisters, Mrs Maggie Faught, Stockton, Calif. and Mrs. Betty Johnson of Mansfield. Services were at 1: 30 p.m. Monday in the Harris Chapel in Nixa with the Revs. Roscoe Harding and Joseph Fahl officiating. Burial was in McConnell Cemetery west of Nixa.

 

Amos, Merle (Wilson) 30 Apr 1912 - 24 Aug 2002  CCH-N 4 Sep 2002

[Note: Daughter of Leslie Glen & Myrtle (Turner) Wilson; married 23 Dec 1934 Roger Amos 11 Jan 1911 - 30 Dec 2006]

Merle Wilson Amos, 90, of Aurora died Saturday, Aug. 24, 2002, in Ozark Mountain Regional Healthcare Center at Crane following a long illness. She was born April 30, 1912, in Spokane to Leslie Glen and Myrtle Turner Wilson. On Dec. 23, 1934, she was united in marriage to Roger Amos. Together they farmed and made a home for their family. She taught school, beginning her career at Chestnut Ridge School in 1931. She later received her master's degree in education and retired as teacher of the fourth grade in Branson Public Schools with 37 years of service to public schools. She also quilted. Survivors include her husband, Roger; three children and their spouses, Jim and Janie Amos, Spokane, Glendene Jenkins, Crane, and Barbara and John McAntire, Willard; a sister, Hazel Holt, Reeds Spring; five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Ruth Stewart and Stella Yeager; a brother, Clell Wilson; and a son-in-law, Bill Jenkins. Graveside services were Aug. 26 at Spokane Cemetery, Spokane, with the Rev. Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

 

Amos, Murl Mae (Brown) 30 Sep 1908 - 28 Dec 1965      CCR 30 Dec 1965 p4

[Note: Daughter of  Obert Edward/Edmund & Maude Ellen (Russell) Brown; married Leon J. Amos 29 Sep 1907 - 30 Jun 1987]

Mrs. Murl Mae Amos, 57, of Maplewood, died at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, following an illness of several months. She had resided in Maplewood for 35 years, moving there from the Highlandville community. Surviving are her husband, Leon; a daughter, Mrs. Eileen Parnis, University City; two grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Viola Carter, Highlandville. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Harris Chapel in Nixa with the Rev. Howard Blevins officiating. He will be assisted by the Rev. Robert Scott. Burial will be in Highlandville Cemetery.

 

Amos, Nile 8 Jan 1917 - 13 Jul 1989  OH 20 Jul 1989

[Note: married Jo]

Nile Amos, 72, of Lockwood, died July 13 at St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield, after a long illness. Services for Mr. Amos were held July 16 in the Lockwood First Baptist Church with Dr. Robert Kendall officiating. Burial was in Lockwood Cemetery under the direction of Lockwood Funeral Chapel. Mr. Amos was born Jan. 8, 1917 in Nixa. He was a door and sash company manager, and had worked for Toombs and Company in Springfield, Meeks Wholesale Supply in. Lockwood, and for Amos Millwork, Springfield. In recent years, he had been the greenskeeper at the Lockwood Golf Course. Mr. Amos was an avid baseball and softball player. In 1967 he was inducted into the Springfield Softball Hall of Fame. He was an elder at the Springfield Bible Church. Mr. Amos is survived by his wife, Jo; a son, Dale, Springfield; two daughters, Jan Hendeman, Lockwood, and Nilejo Davis, Mount Vernon, Iowa; 10 grandchildren; two brothers, James F, of Locust Grove, Oklahoma, and Jack, of Springfield; and by one sister, Volalee Gaylor, Midwest City, Oklahoma.  Memorial contributions are suggested to the "Back to the Bible" broadcast.

 

Amos, William A. Sep 1847 - 17 Jul 1927 CCR 21 Jul 1927 p1

[Note: Son of James G. & Deborah (Gray) Amos; married 1870 Ellen J. “Ella” Gray 15 Feb 1850 - 19 Mar 1923; MO DC says b 1847 and buried in Payne; tombstone in Richwood Cemetery says b 1845]

W. A. Amos, 80 years of age, died at the county infirmary, Monday, July 18th. Burial was in the city cemetery on July 19th.

 

Amsler, Carl Eugene 26 Jul 1901 - 19 Apr 1958  CCR 1 May 1958 p1

[Note: Son of Frederick W. & Charlotte Jane “Lottie” (Conrad) Amsler; married 17 Feb 1929 Etta Mae Garbee 18 Feb 1900 - Jun 1977]

Funeral services for Carl Eugene Amsler, 56, who died at his home in Springfield April 19, were held April 22 in the Billings Baptist Church, with the Rev. Lowell McFall and the Rev. Bob Ebersold officiating. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Billings. Masonic rites were performed by Billings Masonic Lodge No. 379 A. F. & A. M. Mr. Amsler was born July 26, 1901 at Billings, the son of Frederick W. and Lottie C. Amsler. On February 17, 1929, he was united in marriage to Etta Mae Garbee and to this union one son was born. Mr. Amsler was converted at an early age and united with the Billings Baptist Church, He attended and graduated from the Billings Public Schools in 1920. He was also a member of the Billings Masonic Lodge and Springfield Chapter No. 15 Masonic Lodge. He moved to Springfield in 1929 where he served as a movie projectionist at various theaters and an electrical engineer at St. John’s Hospital. He was a member of Operator’s Local 137, AFL-CIO. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Etta Mae Amsler of the home; one son, Larry of Rolla; two brothers, Walter of Billings and Murray of Miamisburg, Ohio; a host of other relatives and friends.

 

Amsler, Charlotte Jane “Lottie” (Conrad) 24 Dec 1872 - 1 Nov 1943 CCR 4 Nov 1943 p1

[Note: Daughter of William & Sarah (Gilbert) Conrad; married  21 Sep 1899 CCM Frederick W. Amsler 1872 - 12 Jun 1951]

Funeral services were held Wednesday for Mrs. Lottie Jane Conrad Amsler, 70, who died Tuesday morning at her home in Billings. Services were conducted at the Billings Baptist church by Rev. J. Howard Farris, with burial under direction of the Wallace Funeral Home. She is survived by three sons, Carl Eugene Amsler of Springfield, Walter Amsler of Cassville, and Murray Amsler of Republic; two brothers, F.E. Conrad of Billings and Brent Conrad of Hurley; two sisters, Mrs. Clara Schmill of Billings and Mrs. Rose O’Brien of Golden City.

 

Amsler, Frederick W. 1872 -12 Jun 1951  CCR 28 Jun 1951

[Note: Son of  John & Sarah Ann (Alt) Amsler; married 21 Sep 1899 CCM Charlotte “Lottie” Jane Conrad 24 Dec 1872 - 1 Nov 1943]

Frederick W. Amsler, 78, a resident of Billings for the past 66 years, passed away June 12 in a Nevada hospital. He is survived by three sons, Carl E. of Springfield; Walter of Billings; and Murray of Miamisburg, OH; three sisters, Mrs. Flora Kloppenburg, Mrs. Frances Brown and Miss Laura Amsler, all of Billings; a brother, Frank Amsler of Kansas City, and 10 grandchildren. Funeral services were held June 15 at 2 pm in the Billings Baptist church with the Rev. Lowell McFall officiating. Burial was made in Rose Hill cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home.

 

Amsler, John 20 Apr 1843 - 1 Nov 1922 CCR 10 Nov 1922

[Note: Son of Martin & ? (  ) Amsler; married  Sarah Ann Ault 2 Nov 1846 - 25 Jan 1927]

John Amsler of Billings, Missouri whose death occurred November 1st, 1922, after a short illness, was born in Bavaria, Germany, April 20, 1843. His parents came to America when he was two years of age and settled in Clarion county, Pennsylvania. He volunteered for service in the Union Army in Company C, 9th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps for a period of three years and took an active part in several engagements, include the battle of Gettysburg, He was wounded three times and was honorably discharged June 26, 1865 at Washington, D.C. He was married to Sarah Ann Act in the year 1868 to whom were born 7 children, three sons and four daughters, of whom one boy, Charles Henry, died at the age of five year. In 1884 the family moved to Missouri and settled on the present homestead. He became a member of the German Lutheran church at the age of 17; later on becoming a member of the Congregational church in which he took an active part until the church was disbanded, but retained his membership until his death. Mr. Amsler was Judge of the Western District of Christian county and served four terms form 1900 to 1908. The deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sarah Amsler; two sons and four daughters, 14 grandchildren, three great grandchildren; also two brothers and one sister.

 

Amsler, Laura Lena 1 Dec 1888 - 13 Aug 1981 OH 20 Aug 1981 p7

[Note: Daughter of  John & Sarah Ann (Ault) Amsler]

Services for Miss Laura Amsler, 92, Billings, were Sunday in Billings Christian Church with the Rev. Dori Sylvester officiating. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Meadors. Miss Amsler died Aug. 13 evening in Aurora Nursing Home after a long illness. A lifelong community resident, she was a member of Billings Christian Church. Survivors are eight nieces and nephews.

 

Amundsen, Mell H. (Humphreys) 4 Dec 1914 - 11 Apr 1997  CCH-N  16 Apr 1997

[Note: Daughter of Claude & Maude (Dover) Humphreys]

Services for Mrs. Mell H. Amundsen, 82, Ozark, will be held at a later date with burial in the Highland Memory Gardens in Apopka, Florida. The body was cremated under the direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home of Branson. Mrs. Amundsen died at 12:10 p.m. Friday, April 11, 1997 in the Riverview Manor in Ozark, Missouri. She was born on December 4, 1914, in Gaffney, South Carolina, the daughter of Claude and Maude Dover Humphreys. She had been a resident of Ozark for the past three years, moving there from Orlando, Florida. She retired in 1982 from the City Hall in Orlando, Florida, and was a real estate broker. She was of the protestant faith. She is survived by one son: Glen Amundsen and wife, Roxie, Walnut Shade, Missouri; one sister, Elizabeth H. “Lib” Barnette of Winter Garden, Florida; one granddaughter, Dara Lynne Purvis, North Charleston, South Carolina She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers and sisters.

 

Amsler, Walter W. 17 Sep 1904 - 22 Jan 1976 OH 29 Jan 1976 p4

[Note: Son of  Frederick W.  & Charlotte Jane "Lottie" (Conrad) Amsler; married Clella A. Green 21 Nov 1905 - 11 Mar 1997]

Billings - Walter W. Amsler, 71, a lifelong resident, died about 5:30 p.m. Thursday at his home after apparently suffering a heart attack while repairing a barn roof. He was a retired MFA auditor. Survivors include his wife, Clella; two daughters, Mrs. Jim E. Jefferies, Springfield, and Mrs. Betty Keezer, Wheaton; one brother, Murray E. Miamisburg, Ohio; and six grandchildren. Arrangements were under direction of Meadors of Billings.

 

Amy, Irena J. (Inman) 18 Sep 1900 - 6 Nov 1995

[Note: Daughter of Fred & Mary (  ) Inman; married 20 Jun 1940 Charles Amy ? _ 29 Dec 1983]

Services for Irena J. Amy of Eugene, who died Nov. 6, were held Nov. 10.  She was born Sept. 18, 1900, in Nixa, Mo., to Fred and Mary Inman. She graduated from high school and Southwest Missouri State Teachers College in  pringfield. Mo. On June 20, 1940, she married Charles Amy in North Platte, Neb. He died Dec. 29, 1983. Amy was a music teacher specializing in high school instrumental and choral music. Her hobbies included church choir, playing piano and playing bridge. She was a member of a bridge club, the First Baptist Church of Eugene, the American Association of University Women, and the International Typographic Union Auxiliary. Survivors include one brother, F. Waldo Inman of Mankato, Minn.

 

Anderegg, Edna (Samuels) 1 Jan 1901 - 22 Jun 1983 OH 20 Jun 1983 p10

Services for Edna Anderegg, 82, Ozark, were held June 25 at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Alden, Okla., with the Rev. Bob Williams officiating. Burial was in Alden Cemetery under direction of Harris of Ozark. Mrs. Anderegg died June 22 at Cox Medical Center, Springfield after a long illness. Survivors include three sons, Vanoy, of the home, Raymond, Claremore, Okla. and Linnie, Bloomington, Calif.; one brother, Charles Samuels, Apache, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Watson, Anadarko, Okla. and Mrs. Rosa Adkison, White City, Kan.; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

 

 

Anderegg, Vanoy 14 Jun 1929 - 6 Dec 2010 CCH-N 15 Dec 2010

[Note: Son of Jacob Anderegg & Edna (Samuels) Anderegg; married Rosetta 14 Oct 1930 - 11 May 2003]

Vanoy Anderegg, 81, of Springfield, died Dec. 6, 2010, at Cox Medical Center South in Springfield. He was born June 14, 1929, in Carnegie, Okla., the son of Jacob Anderegg and Edna (Samuels) Anderegg. He was raised in the community of Alden, Okla., and graduated from Alden, Oklahoma High School in 1948. He served two years in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Vanoy retired from Fasco Industries in Ozark after 26 years of employment. He was a member of the Macedonia Baptist Church of Springfield and the American Legion Post 434, Nixa. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Rosetta; two brothers Lee Anderegg and Elvern Anderegg; one step-daughter Joy Lamberson; and one step-grandson. Vanoy is survived by two brothers and their wives: Raymond and Sue Anderegg of Claremore, Okla., and Lonnie Ray and Carol Sue Anderegg of Yucaipa, Calif.; a sister-in-law June Anderegg of Casper, Wyo.; four nieces, four nephews five great-nieces and six great-nephews; a step-daughter Rose Ann Dalton and her husband Steve; a step-sister Myrna Fite and her husband Ron; a step-sister-in-law Nadine Medlin; two step-grandsons; three step-granddaughters; and nine step-great-grandchildren. Arrangements are being handled by Walnut Lawn Funeral Home LTD., 2001 W. Walnut Lawn St., Springfield, where the family received friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 10. Funeral service were at Walnut Lawn Funeral Home LTD. at 10 a.m. Dec. 11, Rev. Rich Jenkins officiating. Interment was at Clear Creek Cemetery, Springfield.

 

Anderson, Alvin George 19 Mar 1882 - 15 May 1953 CCR 21 May 1953 p1

[Note: Son of  Andrew Gustavus & Hannah (Carson) Anderson; married Apr 1909 Della E. Love]

Funeral services for Alvin G. Anderson, 71, who died May 15 at his home in Chadwick, were held Sunday at Chadwick Union Church, conducted by Rev. Roy  Shipman. Burial was in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Clever. Mr. Anderson was  a native of Iowa and moved to Chadwick in 1910 where he worked as a stone mason before retiring to his farm some time ago. He was a member of the Lutheran Church and for many years was a member of the Masonic Lodge at Sparta. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Della Anderson, one daughter, Mrs. Fay Halford and twin grandchildren, R. J. and Betty Halford; one brother, Robert Anderson of Chadwick, other relatives and a host of friends.

 

Anderson,  Amanda Francis (Page) 26 Feb 1876 - 17 Jun 1969 CCR 19 Jun 1969 p8

[Note: Daughter of Oliver & Mariah Jane (Gimlin)  Page; married 12 Jan 1898 CCM James B. Anderson 5 Nov 1871 - 13 Apr 1955]

Mrs. Amanda F. Anderson, 93, Ozark, died at 6 a.m. Tuesday in the Bilyeu Nursing Home here. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. A lifelong resident of Ozark, Mrs. Anderson was the widow of James B. Anderson who died in 1955. Survivors include two sons, Frank, Springfield and Gratz, Ozark; four daughters, Mrs. Gussie Haguewood, Republic, Miss Mary Ellen Anderson, Springfield, Mrs. Martha Flood, Ozark, and Mrs. Pauline Seals, Tulsa, Okla.; eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Harris of Ozark.

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Anderson, Amanda F. (Page) 26 Feb 1876 - 17 Jun 1969 CCR 26 Jun 1969 p8

Funeral services for Mrs. Amanda F. Anderson, 93, Ozark, were at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Chapel here with the Rev. Allen Harrison officiating, Burial was in Selmore Cemtery. Mrs. Anderson died at 6 a.m. Thursday, June 17 in the Bilyeu Nursing Home here.

 

Anderson, Anna M. 1862 - 14 Feb 1933 CCR 16 Feb 1933 p6

[Note: married Hans M. Anderson 29 Apr 1860 - 27 Sep1929; no MO DC found]

Mrs. Anna M. Anderson, widow of the late Hans M. Anderson, Springfield, and the mother of Nels E. Anderson of St. Louis, passed away on Tuesday night of last week at the home of her daughter, Miss Chrissie Anderson in Washington, D.C. She was 70 years old and since the death of her husband in 1929 has made her home in Washington with the daughter. Mrs. Anderson was taken ill in December and was operated on for stomach trouble. Besides the son and daughter, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. C.J. Murray of Springfield, Mrs. Marie Peterson of Vesper, Wisconsin, and three brothers, all of whom reside in Iowa. The remains were brought from Washington, D.C. to St. Louis for burial. The funeral services were held from the home of her son who resides at 6154 Simpson Avenue. Mrs. Anderson was a member of the Eastern Star and White Shrine of Springfield.

 

Anderson, Beatrice (Johnson) Oct 1887 - 17 Oct 1959  CCR 22 Oct 1959 p8

[Note: Daughter of William Marion & Rosie Ann (Grayston) Johnson; married Charles H. Anderson. Birthdate, from 1900 census does not agree with age in obit; stepmother was Alice Monger; sister was Audry/Audrie Johnson born Jan 1893 who married 1 Aug 1914 Roscoe Youngblood and second a Mr. Ladd]

Funeral services for Mrs. Beatrice Anderson, 73, of Route 2, Springfield, who died at 4:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Johns Hospital, were held Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the Thieme Chapel, with Rev. Wayne Scott officiating. Burial was in East Lawn Cemetery. A native of Christian County, Mrs. Anderson spent most of her life in Springfield. She was a member of the Webster Park Baptist Church and the Home Economics Club. Survivors include her husband, Charles H. Anderson; four sons, Byrl D. Anderson pf Springfield, Bernice W. Anderson of Mountain Grove, Itys Wade Anderson of  Springdale, Ark and Grayston Anderson of Cabool; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Brown of Springfield, Mrs. Rosa Mildred Brown of Kansas City and Mrs. Inez Hughes of Springdale; 11 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

 

Anderson, Bessie (Bridges) Chronister 9 Jan 1909 - 10 Dec 1959 CCR 17 Dec 1959 p6

[Note: Daughter of  George W. & Rebecca C. (McCoy) Bridges, married 17 Jul 1926 CCM Ruben Arthur Chronister 18 Jul 1903 - 21 Mar 1985; married Albert Franklin Anderson]

Funeral services for Mrs. Bessie Anderson, 50, who died Thursday, Dec. 10 at her home near Ozark following a lengthy illness, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 in the Chaffin Funeral Chapel here, with Rev. Floyd Hanks, Rev. Onas Biellier and Rev. Fred Neldy officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery under direction of Chaffin.  Daughter of a pioneer Christian County family, she taught school in the county for several years and more recently operated a beauty shop in Springfield, She was a member of the South Side Baptist Church, Springfield. Survivors include her husband, Frank Anderson; a son, Doryl Chronister of Springfield and four brothers, Percy Bridges, Bert Bridges, Charlie Bridges and Lonnie Bridges, all of Ozark.

 

Anderson, Betty 27 Sep 1910 - 21 Nov 1990 OH 29 Nov 1990

[Note: married John Anderson ? - 1974]

Betty Anderson, 80, died Wednesday evening, Nov. 21, 1990 in Ozark Nursing and Care Center. Born in Fort Smith, Ark., most of her life was spent in Amarillo, Texas, and the Springfield area. She retired from the insurance business and enjoyed her hobby of china painting. She was a longtime member of First and Calvary Presbyterian Church in Springfield. She was preceded in death by her husband, John, in 1974. Survivors include her son, Bill Anderson, and his wife, Julie, Ozark; and four grandchildren, Amy, Billie Jean and Lauren Anderson and Jayne Neeley, all of Ozark. Graveside services were Saturday in Eastlawn Cemetery, Springfield, with the Rev. Neal Grubaugh officiating. Visitation was Friday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

 

Anderson, Blanche M. (Merritt) 24 Feb 1900 - 29 Aug 1934 CCR 6 Sep 1934 p1

[Note: Daughter of William Reginald & Nancy Josephine (Jackson) Merritt; married 31 Jan 1920 CCM Hiram Payne Anderson, Jr. 11 Feb 1897 - 16 Dec 1971]

Many attend Anderson rites. Community Hall packed for funeral services held for Mrs. Hiram Anderson last Friday afternoon. Interment in Sparta Cemetery, Eastern Star services at the grave. Long before the hour of 2:30 Friday afternoon, the hour set for the funeral services in Ozark’s new Community Hall, for Mrs. Hiram Anderson, the hall was packed to overflowing by her hundreds of sorrowing friends who had gathered from all parts of the county to pay their last respects to their departed friend. The hall had been arranged with chairs and seats in every available space and these were all taken and hundreds were compelled to stand throughout the service. It is estimated that at least 2000 persons were present at the service, either inside the hall or reverently standing about the building. The remains together with the massive array of floral offerings, were conveyed to the hall from the Chaffin Funeral Home, shortly before the hour of 2:30 o’clock. The body was met there by the relatives, coming from the Anderson home on East Church street. Preceding the body into the Hall, the floral offerings carried in four cars and under the supervision of Mrs. Chaffin, assisted by sixteen flower girls, were arranged along the front platform into a beautiful bank. Beneath them the casket rested during the funeral sermon, delivered by Fred H. Williamson of Springfield, assisted by a quartet composed of Hubert Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stowe and Pete Cox. The pallbearers were Francis Wernet, Joe Shipman, Fray Johnson, C.W. Parker, Ward Shelton and Clyde McConnell. Following the services at the Hall the remains were taken to Sparta cemetery, where they were laid to rest, with Eastern Star holding services at the grave. Blanche Merritt Anderson, daughter of W.R. and Josephine Merritt, was born Feb. 24, 1900, and departed this life Aug. 20, 1934. She was married to Hiram P. Anderson, Jr., Jan. 31, 1920. To this union were born two children, Mary Josephine and Mabel Charlene. She became a member of the Church of Christ early in life. She always took an active part in school and the social activities in the communities in which she lived. She became a member of Ozark Chapter No. 98, Order of the Eastern Star, and served as Worthy Matron of that chapter for the year 1931. She is survived by the husband, the two daughters, her father and mother, one brother, T.A. Merritt, two sisters, Mrs. Galen Adams of St. Louis, Missouri and Mrs. Paul Hawkins of Baltimore, Maryland, all of whom were present.

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Anderson, Blanche M. (Merritt) 24 Feb 1900 - 29 Aug 1934 CCR 6 Sep 1934 p8

Tied with a heart string. The floral offerings for the casket of Mrs. Hiram Anderson, Jr., last Friday were indeed beautiful and massive, many of the bouquets undoubtedly being costly and tied with ribbons of silk and satin. But we venture that the tiniest bouquet of all was tied with a heart string. As the beautiful array of blossoms was being carried from the cars which transported them from the Chaffin Funeral Home to the Community Hall by the sixteen flower girls, Mrs. Chaffin, who was supervising, noticed a little girl standing at the edge of the crowd. She held in her hand just a small bouquet, flowers from the wildwood, and as she nestled them close to her breast and bathed them with the streaming tears from her eyes, she wondered if her little floral offering could find a place among the beautiful and the massive. The sixteen girls stood in waiting line to pass into the hall, each arm was laden beneath the weight of the flowers, still the little girl stood apart, her bouquet close to her cheeks and the tears bathing it like raindrops of an April shower. Just before giving the word for the girls to pass into the Hall. Mrs. Chaffin stepped over [story ends]

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Anderson, Blanche M. (Merritt) 24 Feb 1900 - 29 Aug 1934 CCR 6 Sep 1934 p8

Card of Thanks

Blanche Anderson. To the many friends who helped make her work a success and her cares less burdensome while she lived, and to those who did so many kind deeds in expressing their sympathy during her illness and death, we offer our appreciation. We would especially mention those who gave and expressed their willingness to give transfusions. Also Dr. R.R. Farthing and Dr. Fred Farthing, of whom we were assured by a staff of doctors that their methods were the best known to medical science. Again, we express our grateful appreciation. Hiram Anderson, Jr; Josephine and Charlene; Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Merritt and family.

Anderson, Carl Glen 1975 - 23 Feb 2012 CCH-N 28 Feb 2012

[Note: Son of James Homer & Ruby ( ) Anderson]

            Investigators are asking the public's help in finding a missing Highlandville man last seen five days ago. Carl Glenn Anderson, 46, is described as having brown hair and blue eyes, 5 feet 10 inches tall and about 210 pounds. He was last seen wearing khaki cargo pants, a black sleeveless T-shirt and black cap. The cap has "Hooligans" bar insignia, a sheriff's department release says. The Christian and Stone County Sheriffs Offices are currently investigating the disappearance and asking for any and all information and/or assistance. To help, call the Christian County Sheriff's Office at (417) 581-2332 or the Stone County Sheriff's Office at (417) 357-6117.

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Anderson, Carl Glen   1975 - 23 Feb 2012   CCH-N 3 Mar 2012

            My name is Samantha Cowan, and I am Carl Anderson's Niece. I saw your story on your website and I need to make a correction or two if you don't mind. He was actually about 5"11' and he had brown eyes not blue. He also has a sty on his left eye and he has a huge scar on the left side of his stomach from a really bad staff infection he had last summer. He walks with a limp to the left side due to a bad knee. His hands, feet and legs areas are all swollen due to his extreme . He lives with his 80 yr old mother who isn't in good health. He would never go anywhere especially alone without letting her know where he was going, when he was coming back and he always had his phone with him so she could call him or he could call her just to check in.

If you need any more information about him feel free to email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call me at ( 417-443-1039 ) You may ask for Myself, Vicky Lewallen (his sister) or Ruby Stutesmun (his mom). Thank You So Much, Samantha Cowan, & Family

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Anderson, Carl Glen 1975 - 23 Feb 2012   Branson Tri-Lakes 27 Mar 2012

Murder Charges Filed in Missing Person’s Case

   GALENA — Two women have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Carl Glenn Anderson, a Highlandville man reported missing Feb. 25.

   The murder charges against Teri Dean-Morrison, 43, of Highlandville, and Cheryl Crawford, 42, of Reeds Spring, were announced by Sheriff Richard Hill during a press conference Tuesday morning.

   Hill said Anderson, 46, was last seen Feb. 23 at the shared Stone County residence of Dean-Morrison, Crawford and Eugene Crider, 42, of Highlandville.

   Earlier this month, Stone County deputies executed a search warrant at the residence and discovered “a large amount of blood was found in several locations on the ceiling in the master bedroom,” a press release said.

   The release said the carpet flooring, exterior windows and the interior door in the master bedroom had been recently replaced and the ceiling texture removed in an attempt to conceal blood stains.

   Samples taken at the scene were later confirmed to contain the DNA of Anderson, the release said.

   Dean-Morrison, Crider and Crawford were arrested March 9 and charged with tampering with evidence. Hill said phone records confiscated by detectives led them to another property in southern Stone County. Deputies executed two warrants at the property.

            During the second search, on March 21, human remains were discovered that were determined to belong to Anderson. During the press conference, Hill gave his condolences to Anderson’s family and thanked them for their patience. He said the investigation is ongoing, and that additional charges may be filed against Crider.

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Anderson, Carl Glen   1975 - 23 Feb 2012   http://crimesceneinvestigations.blogspot.com/

            Preliminary hearings for two Stone County women charged with first-degree murder have been set for May 25th.

            Teri Dean-Morrison and Cheryl C. Crawford are facing first-degree murder charges for the death of Carl Anderson of Highlandville.

            Anderson, who was 46 years-old, was allegedly last seen February 23rd at a gathering at Dean-Morrison's house at 263 Akita Run near Hootentown. Dean-Morrison shared the home with Crawford and Eugene "Gene" Crider.

            Dean-Morrison told deputies she took Anderson back to his home in Highlandville; Anderson's mother said he never returned home and she filed a missing person's report on February 25th.

            According to the probable cause statement, cell phone records allegedly led authorities to obtain a search warrant for Earl Kearney's property at 55 Kearney Lane off of Highway OO near Kimberling City on March 19th.

            "By examining the phone records and cross referencing the cell phone towers, it led Detectives to a property located on Highway OO in Stone County which belongs to Earl Kearney, a known associate of Teri Dean. The phone records showed that one or more of the three suspects spent a considerable amount of time at the property of Earl Kearney on the evening of Thursday, February 23rd and Friday, February 24th."

            During a second search of Kearney's, who is a former boyfriend of Dean-Morrison's, property on March 21st authorities found human remains, which sources say were dismembered. The remains were sent to the Missouri Highway Patrol crime lab and confirmed as Anderson's late on March 23rd.

Eugene "Gene" Crider

            Eugene Crider was charged with tampering with physical evidence in connection to Anderson's murder and was bound over for trial after waiving his preliminary hearing. His girlfriend, Krystal Buras, is facing the same charge. She is due back in court on May 16th.

Krystal N. Buras is due back in court next month

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Anderson, Carl Glen 1975 - 23 Feb 2012   KSPR 27 Mar 2012

            Stone County Sheriff says human remains belong to Highlandville man, two charged with murder for his death Carl Anderson's dismembered body was found in a location off Highway OO

March 27, 2012|KSPR News, Emily Rittman

            GALENA, Mo. - The body of a missing Highlandville man has been found and two people are now being charged with murder in connection with the death of Carl Anderson, Stone County Sheriff Richard Hill said in a press conference at the Stone County Courthouse this morning.

            Anderson was last seen Feb. 23 at a home in Stone County; investigators there later found Anderson's blood on the ceiling. Portions of the home, such as carpet, flooring and windows had been replaced.

            Anderson's remains were found by authorities at a location off Highway OO, Hill said. Investigators keyed in on the property after three people -- Teri Dean-Morrison, Cheryl Crawford and Eugene Crider -- spent extensive time at the location. After the three were arrested in Lake Ozark on March 9, their cell phones were seized and authorities referenced cell logs and towers to determine the three had spent extensive time at the property near Highway OO Feb. 23-24.

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Anderson, Carl Glen   1975 - 23 Feb 2012   CCH-N 27 Mar 2012

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            Stone County Prosecutor Matt Selby is expected to charge two county residents with first-degree murder in the death of 46-year-old Carl Glenn Anderson, Highlandville. Stone County officials made that announcement at a press conference 9:30 a.m., March 27. Teri Lynn Dean Morrison and Cheryl Crawford are expected to face murder charges March 27.

Morrison, Crawford and Eugene Crider were all charged earlier with tampering with evidence at the residence they share on Akita Run. The trio were already being held at the Stone County Jail. Stone County officials said the investigation “continues on Eugene Crider with the possibility of charges being filed against him at a later date.”

            According to reports from officials, remains—body fragments—found March 22 in rural Stone County, were identified as Anderson’s.

            In a press release March 27, Stone County Sheriff Richard Hill offered his sympathy to Anderson’s family and thanked investigators.

            “I would like to give my condolences to the family of Carl Anderson and thank them for being patient during this investigation,” he said. “I would also like to acknowledge the following for their assistance in this investigation: Christian County Sheriff’s Office, Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control, Missouri State Highway Patrol’s State Crime Lab, with special thanks to Jason Wyckoff and a special acknowledgment to detectives Shawn Fields and Matt Maggard and their captain, Tim Gideon of the Stone County Sheriff’s Office, who put in countless hours into this case.”

            According to information contained in an earlier probable cause statement, during the execution of a search warrant, “a large amount of blood was found in several locations on the ceiling in the master bedroom,” of the home on Akita Run.

            According to the statement, that blood typed back to Anderson. In addition, carpet, flooring, windows and doors had been recently replaced and recovered receipts showed recent purchases of “household cleaning supplies, ceiling texture, carpet and windows.”

            Those purchases were made within 24 hours of Anderson’s last known contact with anyone.

            According to information from Stone County, Morrison, Crawford and Crider were arrested March 9 in Lake Ozark. At the time of their arrest, their cell phones were seized and later searched. By examining the phone records and cross referencing the cell phone towers, it led detectives to a property located on Highway OO in Stone County which belongs to Earl Kearney, a known associate of Morrison. The phone records showed that one or more of the three suspects spent a considerable amount of time at the property of Kearney on the evening of Feb. 23 and 24.

            “A search warrant was applied for and obtained for the property of Earl Kearney and the warrant was executed on March 19,” Hill said in his news release. “Based on information from that search warrant and after doing further investigation, a second search warrant for the property was applied for and obtained. The second warrant was executed on March 21. During the second search warrant, human remains were located. Laboratory exams confirmed the remains were that of Carl Glenn Anderson. Our investigation is still ongoing...”

            The Highlandville man was reported missing Feb. 23. According to a Christian County Sheriff’s Department release, Anderson lived with his mother, Ruby Stutesman.

            Stutesman said she and her daughter left the Highlandville home for a doctor’s visit in Springfield about 10 a.m. Feb. 23 and contacted Anderson throughout much of the day via cell phone. She says her son went to dinner with friends in Ozark who say they dropped Anderson off at home about 5 p.m.

            “We got home about 3 p.m. and his truck was here, but he wasn’t. We never heard them drop him off and if they did, he never came inside,” she said.

            Stutesman believes her son had to have been picked up from the house.

            The family said cell phone records recorded a text sent at 6:30 p.m. from Anderson’s phone before the phone went dead.

            “He’s just gone,” Stutesman said in an earlier interview. “There is no reason for it.”

            Stutesman said a group of friends and family searched the woods around the home March 3, but found no sign of Anderson.

            Officials gave no motive at the time of the press conference for the murder. In another strange twist, Anderson’s niece, Samantha Cowan, 28, died just days after posting a Facebook message about her uncle’s disappearance.  

Anderson, Carma Helen (Bosley) 16 Jun 1915 - 6 May 2008 SN-L 10 May 2008

[Note: Daughter of Thomas Edward & Hannah (Petersen) Bosley; married 13 Oct 1946 William M. "Billy” Anderson]

Carma Helen Bosley Anderson returned to her Heavenly Father on, Tuesday, May 6, 2008, in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. She was born June 16, 1915, in Corinne, Utah, the seventh of eight children born to the late Thomas Edward and Hannah (Petersen) Bosley. Carma graduated from Box Elder High School in 1932. She met her husband William M. "Billy” Anderson, originally from Ozark, Missouri, in San Francisco where they were married on October 13, 1946. She was a member of the San Francisco Culinary Workers Union, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was a loving wife and mother, great cook and baker, avid sports fan, square dancer, golfer and traveler. She is survived by a daughter, Judy Ann Barnett and her husband, Dee Kevin, Sierra Vista, Ariz.; a son, Larry Wade Anderson and his wife, Donna, Golden, Colo.; two granddaughters, Carrie Barnett, Midvale, Utah, and Wendy Lee Ortiz and her husband, Gabriel, Las Vegas, Nevada; a grandson, Todd Spencer Barnett and his wife, Kathryn, Saratoga Springs, Utah; and two great-grandchildren, Avery Mae and Myles Lukus Barnett. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, May 12, 2008, in Pembina Cemetery, Rogersville under the care of J.D.Lee and Sons Funeral Home, Rogersville. No visitation is planned. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Shriners Hospitals for Children or your favorite charity. Online condolences and guest book signing may be made at www.jdleeandsons.com.

 

Anderson, Carrie Jo 6 Sep 1973 - 15 Nov 2007 SN-L 18 Nov 2007

[Note: Daughter of Jim & Barb (  ) Anderson]

Carrie Jo Anderson went to be with her Heavenly Father and her "Bubba" on November 15, 2007. Carrie was a devout Christian and was happy to share her faith with anyone who would cross her path. She was most happy when she was surrounded by her family. Carrie was a 1992 Willard High School graduate and was currently enjoying working on her CSI Certificate. Carrie was born September 6, 1973, in Columbia, Mo. She is survived by her parents, Jim and Barb Anderson, Willard; sister and brother-in-law, Mark and Marci Creed, Ozark; brother, Joseph Anderson, Willard (of the home); nephews, Wesley and Drew Creed, Ozark; maternal grandparents, David and Jo Holaday, Shell Knob; several aunts, uncles special cousins and many precious friends. She was preceded in death by brother, Wesley Anderson; grandfather and grandmother, Reed and Isabelle Anderson. Visitation will be held at Willard Community Christian Church from 6 to 8 p.m. today, November 18, 2007. Funeral services will be at Willard Community Christian Church at 2 p.m. on Monday, November 19, 2007. Burial will follow services in White Chapel Cemetery, Springfield, under the direction of Greenlawn South, Springfield. Contributions in lieu of flowers will be designated to Camp Barnabas.

 

Anderson, Charles Everett 16 Oct 1929 - 9 Mar 2004   CCH-N 12 Mar 2004 & CCH-N 17 Mar 2004

[Note: Son of Charley H. & Mamie L. (Hall) Anderson; married 9 Aug 1953 Annie Mae Newman ]

Charles Everett Anderson, 74, Oldfield, died Tuesday, March 9, 2004. He was born Oct. 16, 1929 in Crossroads, the son of Charley and Mamie (Hall) Anderson. On Aug. 9, 1953, he and Annie Mae Newman were united in marriage. Before retirement he worked as a truck driver. He enjoyed bible study, fishing, the Oldfield Opry, and attending his grandchildren's ballgames. He was a member of Highlandville Church of Christ where he served as an elder for many years. He was a loving husband, devoted father and wonderful grandfather.  He was preceded in death by his parents; five sisters, Lettie Anderson, Norma Reed, Eunice Scribner, Rosetta Calvin, and Gladys Taber; two brothers, Emmett Anderson and Darrell Anderson; and a son-in-law, Ted Ziebarth.  Survivors include his wife, Annie Mae; four children, Lillian Witt, Ozark, Carol Hopkins and husband Gary, Highlandville, Charlotte Ziebarth, Oldfield, and Frederick Anderson, San Francisco, Calif.; nine grandchildren, Michelle and Kenny Vernatti, Walnut Shade, Melissa and Jason Maples, Highlandville, Chris and Jennifer Witt, Ozark, Rachel and Matt Davison, Clever, and John Hopkins, Highlandville; eight great-grandchildren, Hailey Lynn Vernatti, Kendra Renee Vernatti, Jacob Dalton Davison, Michael Cole Vernatti, Dawson Grant Maples, LilyAnne Michelle Witt, Anna Rose Maples, and Piper Marie Witt; two sisters, Genevieve Horton, Nixa, and Lois Davis, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho; a brother, James "Barney" Anderson, Cassville; nieces; nephews, and many other loved ones.  Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m. March 13 in Adams Funeral home, Ozark, with Dwayne Bray officiating. Burial was in Old Boston Cemetery, Oldfield. Visitation was from 6-8 p.m. March 12 in the funeral home. ©Ozarks Newsstand 2004

 

Anderson, Charles Gratz 7 Mar 1906 – 4 Jun 1997  CCH-N   Jun 1997

[Note: Son of James B. & Amanda (Page) Anderson; married 4 Oct 1940 Grace Caughron 16 Sep 1913 - 24 Jun 2010]

Gratz Anderson, 91, Ozark, died Wednesday, June 4, 1997, in Manor Care Health Service, Springfield. He was born March 7, 1906, and was the son of James B. and Amanda (Page) Anderson. He lived throughout his life in Ozark, moving to Springfield in 1995. He was a 1925 graduate of Ozark High School, and attended Drury College and the University of Missouri, Columbia. On October 4, 1940, he married Grace Caughron. During his working career Mr. Anderson was employed by the Missouri Highway Department, served as Ozark Postmaster for two years, and was co-owner and operator of Anderson-Flood Hardware. He also raised beef cattle. He was a fifty-year member of Ozark Friend Masonic Lodge #352 AY & A.M. and was a charter member of Ozark Lions Club. Survivors include: his wife, Grace, Springfield; a daughter, Jeanne Legge and her husband, Ed, Jefferson City; a son, James B. Anderson and his wife, Janet, Springfield; four grandchildren, Kirk Enochs, Los Angeles, California, Amanda Enochs, Jefferson City, Rachel and Rebecca Anderson, both of Springfield; two sisters, Martha Flood and Pauline Seals, both of Ozark; nieces;  and nephews. He was preceded in death by: his parents; two sisters, Gussie Haguewood and Mary Ellen Anderson; and a brother, Frank Anderson. Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. Sunday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Faust Matthews officiating.  Burial will be in Selmore Cemetery, Ozark. Visitation will be from 5-6:00 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to the Gratz Anderson Student Scholarship Fund, in care of Ozark High School, PO Box 166, Ozark, Missouri, 65721.

 

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Anderson, Charles Gratz 7 Mar 1906 – 4 Jun 1997   CCH-N 8 Mar 2006

Gratz Anderson March 7, 2006 - June 4, 1997

            Always in our hearts, especially as we remember that you would have been 100 this year. Grace Caughron Anderson Ed and Jeanne (Anderson) Legge Jim and Janet Anderson Kirk Enochs Amanda Enochs Rachel Anderson Rebecca Anderson

Anderson, Cheryl Sue (Gibbons) 10 Jul 1948 - 8 Jul 1974 OH 11 Jul 1974 p2

[Note: Daughter of Leo & Roselyn (Hanks) Gibbons; married Farrell Eugene Anderson]

Funeral services are pending for Mrs. Cheryl S. Anderson, 25, of 215 Wachita, who was dead on arrival at Cox Medical Center at 1:36 a.m. Monday after she was found lying in the front seat of a car in a garage at Route 2, Fair Grove. A graduate of Ozark High School, Mrs. Anderson lived most of her life in Ozark moving to Springfield eight years ago. She was employed as a surgical technician at St. John’s Hospital and was a member of the First Baptist Church in Ozark. Survivors include two sons, Farrell Eugene, Jr. and Kirk M., both of the home; one daughter, Holly, of the home; her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. William L. Carpenter of 1343 East Woodland; her father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gibbons of Aurora; one sister, Mrs. Deanna Murray of Columbia; a maternal grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Hanks of Ozark, and a paternal grandmother, Mrs. Lera Gibbons of Hannibal. Funeral services for Mrs. Cheryl S, Anderson, 25, of 215 Washita, will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in Harris Chapel, Ozark with the Rev. Allen Harrison officiating. Burial will follow in the Selmore Cemetery.

 

Anderson, Della died 3 Mar 1900 CCR 15 Mar 1900

[Note: Daughter of Jesse M. & Armenta “Minty” (Randall) Anderson; no legible tombstone in Christian County]

Died, at her home near Sparta, March 3d, little Della Anderson, daughter of J., M. and R. Minty Anderson, after a short illness of six days. The parents had the help and sympathy of their neighbors in the sickness and death of their little girl and which was very much appreciated. Little Della left father and mother and one little sister, aged five. The latter, when told that her sister was dead, refused to believe it. She asked her Aunt Mag, “Has God got her now, is Ella now a little angel?” The funeral discourse was conducted by Eld. Gray. We should turn from the sad thoughts of the cold grave, And look, through faith, to him, who is able to save, In the hope of an eternal day. Two little eyes are closed in death, Two little hand have gone to rest, Two little feet the way has trod The glorious road that leads to God. Why should we bid it longer stay? While God calls it from us away From hence to heaven now to live, God who did its being give. Closing words, and don’t delay Hark to Jesus, we hear him say, I’m the resurrection and the Way, We shall meet in an endless day.  N. J. Gray

 

Anderson, Della E. (Love) 10 Sep 1885 - 15 Jan 1980  OH 17 Jan 1980 p2

[Note: Daughter of Joseph W. & Rhoda J. ( ) Love; married Apr 1909 Alvin George Anderson 19 Mar 1882 - 15 May 1953]

Funeral arrangements were incomplete Tuesday for Mrs. Della E. Anderson, 94, a 69 year resident of Chadwick. She died Tuesday in Christian county Nursing Home after a long illness. She was a member of the Christian Church in High Gate, Mo. near St. James. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Fae Halford of High Gate; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Kinsey, High Gate and Mrs. Grace Glenn, Belle, Mo. and two grandchildren. Arrangements will be under the direction of Harris of Ozark..

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Anderson, Della E. (Love) 10 Sep 1885 - 15 Jan 1980 OH 24 Jan 1980 p8

Services for Mrs. Della Anderson, 94, Chadwick, were held last Friday in Chadwick Union Church, with the Rev. Kenneth Diehl officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery under direction of Harris of Ozark. Mrs. Anderson died Jan, 13 at Christian County Nursing Home, Ozark after a long illness.

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Anderson, Della E. (Love) 10 Sep 1885 - 15 Jan 1980 OH 24 Jan 1980 p10

Chadwick Chatter, by Josie Rozell

We attended the funeral of Della Anderson Friday at the Union Church. She had been sick for a long time. The Anderson’s were here when we came here in 1916, Her daughter Fae Halford is the same age as my daughter, Clarice Adams and they have always been close friends. Fae lives alone in the old home place. Fae’s two children, Betty & R. J. are twins. Betty lives in Tulsa and R. J. did live in Michigan but has moved from there. Fae has taught in Chadwick school a good many years and has retired but is still kept busy as a substitute most of the time.

 

Anderson, Dollie M. (Shelburn) 1884 -  6 Jul 1963  CCR 11 Jul 1963

[Note; Daughter of James Harrison & Malissa Ellen (Kelley) Shelburn; married 25 Nov 1900 CCM George Edward Anderson 22 Dec 1875 - 17 Nov 1948]

Mrs. Dollie Anderson, 78, died at 4:45 p.m. Friday at Handley Hospital. A life-long resident of the Oldfield community, she was a member of the Oldfield Church of Christ. Surviving are a son, Robert, Oldfield; four daughters, Mrs. Mary Richardson, Oldfield, Mrs. Ruth Moody, Marionville, Mrs. Nettie Garrison, Sparta, Mrs. Thelma Goodman, Route 11, Springfield; 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are a brother, Johnnie Shelburn, 2038 Pierce; two sisters, Mrs. Lillie  Williamson, 617 North Rogers, and Mrs. Nina Gooch, 1853 South Fremont, all of Springfield. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Oldfield Church of Christ with Jack Richardson officiating. Burial was in the Old Boston Cemetery near Oldfield under direction of Harris of Ozark.

 

Anderson, Dora (Fox) 3 Mar 1892 - 26 May 1914 CCR 29 May 1914

[Note: Daughter of Rev. I. A. & ? ( ) Fox; married 15 Aug 1910 J. N. Anderson; no MO DC found]

A Mrs. Anderson who recently came here from the west died at the home of Ellis Jennings last Monday night of tuberculosis, and was buried Tuesday. We understand the victim of this “white plague” was  young woman aged about 25 years and a relative of the Fox and B. L. Hammack families.

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Anderson, Dora (Fox) 3 Mar 1892 - 26 May 1914 CCR 5 Jun 1914

Dora Anderson, wife of J. N. Anderson and daughter of Rev. I. A. Fox of Eagle City, Okla. was born March 3, 1892, in Perry county, Ky. and died May 26, 1914 at the home of a relative near Linden cemetery. She was married to Mr. Anderson August 15, 1910 and to this union were born two children, Freddie and Lucile. Her mother, three brothers and one sister went on before and she leaves behind her husband, the children, a father, four brothers, six sisters and many friend who will miss her. She was received into the Methodist at three years of age but afterward at the age of 15 years professed faith in Christ and united with the Baptist church and remained a member till she died. Sister Anderson was ready to enter eternity which is the greatest thing we can say of any one, and may we follow her, bearing in mind the language of Bryant’s wonderful “thanatopsis”. So live that, when the summons come to join That innumerable caravan that moves To the pale realms of shade. where each one shall take His Chamber in silent hall of death Shall go not, like the quarry slave at night, Scourged in his dungeon, but sustained and soothed By an unfaltering trust, approach thy fate Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch About him and lies down to pleasant dreams. J. A. W.

 

Anderson, Edgar E. 25 Feb 1888 - 9 Mar 1969   CCR 13 Mar 1969 p4

[Note: Son of George W. & Mary Elizabeth (Hancock) Anderson; married 22 Jun 1908 Emma A. Cupp 13 Nov 1890 - 17 Nov 1968; actually buried Highlandville Cemetery]

Edgar E. Anderson, 81, Ponce de Leon, died at 1:40 p.m. Sunday in Springfield Baptist Hospital. He had been ill for some time. Mr. Anderson had lived in the Chestnut Ridge community most of his life before moving to Ponce de Leon in 1940. He was a member of the Baptist Church. His wife, Mrs. Emma Anderson, died Nov. 17. Surviving are four sons, Lowell, Fair Oaks, Calif., Russell, Citrus Heights, Calif., Louis, Ponce de Leon, and Dennis, Bettendorf, Iowa; and five daughters, Mrs. Mildred Jackson, Springfield, Mrs. Roma Ward, Carmichael, Calif, Mrs. Zoe Glossip, Ponce de Leon, Mrs. Doris Arnold, Wichita, Kan., and Mrs. Mary Lou Howe, Jefferson City. Other survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Verda Dye, Spokane, and Mrs. Ora Payne, Battlefield; 31 Grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Ponce de Leon Baptist Church. The Revs. Kenneth McIntosh and LaVern Maxwell officiated with burial in Highland Cemetery under direction of Harris of Ozark.

 

Anderson, Edith Caroline (Wasson) 1 Oct 1891 - 27 Dec 1972  OH 4 Jan 1973 p8

[Note: Daughter of James Alexander & Mary Emma (Jones) Wasson; married 16 Jun 1915 Florence W. Anderson 14 Jan 1889 - 5 Dec 1945 as they share a tombstone, but, if so, her sons were from an earlier marriage]

Nixa - Mrs. Edith Wasson Anderson, 81, of 2511 Glenwood Terrace, died last Wednesday at St. John’s Hospital where she had been a patient since Nov. 30. A native of Nixa, she was a resident of Westfield, N. J. for 20 years. She moved to West Plains in 1947 where she taught junior high school until 1963. She moved to Springfield in 1966. A graduate of Drury, Mrs. Anderson was a member of Central Christian Church, Delta Kappa Gamma, a teachers’ honorary society in West Plains, the National Retired Teachers Association and the Nixa American Legion Auxiliary. She is survived by four sons, Richard L. of Scottsdale, Ariz., W. Harold of Beaver Dam, Wis., Roger W. of Dallas, Tex. and Phillip A. of West Plains; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Earson of Enid, Okla. and Mrs. Lois Grainge, of the home, and 10 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday in the Central Christian Church at Springfield with the Revs. Michael McGinnis and C. B. Orahood officiating. Burial was in the Glenn Cemetery near Nixa under the direction of Harris of Nixa.

 

Anderson, Edward L. “Andy” 22 Sep 1915 - 7 Apr 1989 NE 13 Apr 1989

[Note: Son of Earl V. & Pearl (  ) Anderson; married 10 Sep 1939 Mercedes Zerauh Howrey 19 Apr 1921 - 1 Jun 1998]

Edward L. Andy Anderson, passed away April 7, 1989 at the age of 73. He was born Sept. 22, 1915 to Earl V. and Pearl Anderson in Greyco, Kan. On Sept. 10, 1939, he was united in marriage to Mercedes Z. Howrey at the First Baptist Church in El Dorado, Kan. Andy served four years in the U.S. Navy. In 1941, he went to work for the Coleman Co. in Wichita, Kan. and was there for 29 years before moving to Ozark. In 1970, he began working for Fasco. In 1972, he moved to Highlandville and lived there the remainder of his life. After retiring in 1981, he worked part-time for Prestress Casting Co. in Springfield. Andy was a member of United Methodist Church of Ozark. Surviving are his wife, Mercedes, two sons, Dan, Conway, and Hick of Sedgwick, Kan.; four daughters, Judy Watson, Highlandville, Deanna Baugh, Avilene, Kan., Linda Eshelman, Sedgwick, Kan., and Debbie Dougan, Ozark ; three brothers, Floyd, Winfield, Kan., Earl, Payola, Kan., and Bill, Lawton, Okla.: a sister. Blanche Pullis, Hardy, Ark.; 23 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in the United Methodist Church. Ozark, with the Rev. L E. Reynolds, Jr. officiating and Mike Walters assisting. Burial was in Tory Cemetery, Highlandville, under direction of Harris Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Anderson, Edwin Chauncy 17 Apr 1938 - 6 May 1939 CCR 11 May 1939 p1

[Note: Son of Earl & Gertrude (Knowls) Anderson]

Baby Edwin Chauncy Anderson was born April 17, 1938 and departed this life May 6, 1939. He leaves to mourn his loss his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson, four sisters, Elva Lee, Barbara Gene, Patricia Arline, Rhetta Margrette. Funeral services were held May 7 in the Sparta cemetery at 2 p.m. with Rev. Roy Shipman officiating with burial in the Sparta cemetery under direction of the Sparta Undertaking Co., Rathbun & Chaffin.

 

Anderson, Effie May (Campbell) 20 Jun 1894 - 15 May 1966     CCR 19 May 1966 p1

[Note: Daughter of William Frank & Minnie (Wills) Campbell; married 13 Oct 1917  Wade Anderson  2 Oct 1891 - 12 Dec 1971]

Mrs. Effie May Anderson, 71, died Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Euna Miller on Rt. 1, Rogersville, after an illness of several months. Mrs. Anderson and her husband had farmed and been lifelong residents of Christian County. She was a member of the Smyrna Baptist Church. The survivors include her husband, Wade, of the Miller home; a son, Billy, of San Francisco; a brother, Rex Campbell, Ozark; four sisters, Mrs. Nina Witmer of Rogersville, Mrs. Euna Miller, Mrs. Polly Frey Miller of San Francisco, and Mrs. Rena Cobb of Sacramento, Calif. and two grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Harmony Baptist church, the Rev. L. V.  Swadley and Howard Blevins officiated, and burial was in Pembina Cemetery under direction of Kelly-Ferrell-Marsh of Rogersville.

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