Lockhart, Loyal R., d. 1967 - Lokey, Mary, d. 1903


Lockhart, Loyal R. 12 Apr 1911 - 29 Aug 1967       CCR 7 Sep 1967 p1

[Note: Son of Albert K. & Luella )Trueblood) Lockhart; married Lois L. Troutt  4 Jan 1914 - 30 Dec 1993]

Funeral services for Loyal R. Lockhart, 56, Wichita, a former resident of Sparta, were at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Harris Chapel in Ozark with the Rev. Allen Harrison officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery. Mr. Lockhart, a shipping clerk, died at 1 p.m. Tuesday in St. Francis Hospital, Wichita, following a heart attack while at work. Born in McDonald, Kan., Mr. Lockhart moved to Sparta in 1935 where he was engaged in farming and operated a cafe for a short time. He moved to Wichita in 1954. He was a member of the Sparta Christian Church. He is survived by his wife, Lois; one daughter, Mrs. Floretta M. Swearengin, Wichita; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Banister, McDonald, Kan. and Mrs. Bernice Huffman, Sparta; and three grandchildren.

Lockmiller, Gary Walter 1958 - Dec 1974  OH 3 Jan 1974 p8

[Note: Son of William & ? (?)]

Gary Walter Lockmiller, 15, of 911 South West Street, died at 5:20 p.m. last Thursday at the Cox Medical Center following a long illness. A sophomore at Central High School, Springfield, he is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Lockmiller; and one brother, Larry, all of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Sherrie Kakouris, Ozark and Mrs. Terrie Myers and Linda, both of the home; and his grandmothers, Mrs. Muriel Page and Mrs. Marie Roe, both of Springfield. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Chapel of the Ozarks

Loftin, Martha Ellen 1874 -  30 Jun 1963  CCR 4 Jul 1963

[Note: married William Murray Loftin 23 Oct 1878 - 16 Mar 1958, son of John & Minerva (Murray) Loftin]

Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Ellen Loftin, 88, a former resident of the Thornfield community, were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Thornfield Church with the Rev. Glesco Roberts officiating. Burial was in Bradley Cemetery with Clinkingbeard of Ava in charge.  Mrs. Loftin died at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Christian Rest Home at Ozark where she had resided two years. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Blanche Evans, Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Genevieve Deffenderfer, Ozark; three sons, Hershell, New Plymouth, Ida., Max, Wapato, Wash., and Del, Moline, III.; 16 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

 

Loftis, Charlie H. 4 Sep 1909 - 7 Nov 1989 OH 9 Nov 1989

[Note: married 16 Jun 1929 Rena Nancy Welch 14 Apr 1911 - 22 Feb 2000]

Charlie H. Loftis, 80, a longtime Ozark resident, died at 1:04 a.m. Nov. 7 at St. John's Regional Health Center. He was born Sept. 4, 1909, and was a member of Romance Baptist Church in Romance, Mo. He married Rena Welch on June 16, 1929. He is survived by his wife, Rena; five sons, Ken and Loftis of Ozark, Clifford of Hollister, Delmar of Pontiac, and Delbert of Chadwick; one daughter, Freda Lane of Thornfield; 13 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. Services will be today at Harris Colonial Chapel of Ozark with the Revs. Jerry Cox and Jesse Loftis officiating. Visitation was Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m.

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Loftis, Charlie H. 4 Sep 1909 - 7 Nov 1989 OH 16 Nov 1989

Charlie H. Loftis, 80, an Ozark resident for 25 years, died at 1:04 a.m. on Nov. 7 in St. John's Regional Health Care Center. Mr. Loftis was born Sept. 4, 1909 and was a member of Romance Baptist Church, Romance, Mo. He and Rena Welch were married on June 16, 1929, at Romance. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Rena; five sons, Ken and Marlin of Ozark, Clifford of Hollister, Delmar of Pontiac and Delbert of Chadwick; one daughter, Freda Lane of Thornfield; 13 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. Services were last Thursday at Harris Colonial Chapel with the Revs. Jerry Cox and Jesse Loftis officiating.

 

Loftis, Clifford William 30 Oct 1931 - 21 Apr 2000  CCH-N 26 Apr 2000

[Note: Son of Charles H. & Rena Nancy (Welch) Loftis; married 8 Jan 1951 Zella Mae Stone 30 Apr 1933 - 31 Jul 2002]

Clifford W Loftis passed away Friday morning, April 21, 2000 at Skaggs Community Hospital, Branson, Mo. after a prolonged illness. He is survived by his wife Zella Mae of the home, two children, Leman Loftis of Branson and Connie Williams of Bonne Terre, one sister, Freda Lane of Nottinghill, four brothers, Ken Loftis of Ozark, Delman Loftis of Pontiac, Delbert Loftis of Wasola, and Marlin Loftis of Ava, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Clifford was born at Romance, MO. on October 30, 1931 to Charlie and Rena Loftis. He was baptized at the Romance General Baptist Church at the age of 14. Clifford and Zella Mae Stone were joined in marriage at Mountain Home, AR. on January 8, 1951. He worked at Lily Tulip for 27 years and always enjoyed hunting, fishing, his music, and his farm. He strove to make the world a better place. Those of us who knew him knows he succeeded. The truest tribute to the life of Clifford can be seen in the lives he touched and heard floating on the breeze in the music and laughter to anyone who would listen. Funeral services were held at the Harris Funeral Home in Ozark, Mo. Monday April 24, 2000 at 10 A.M. Burial was held in the McCoy Cemetery Ozark, MO. No formal visitation was held. Memorial donations may be made to The American Arthritis Foundation.

 

Loftis, Delbert Dean “D.D.” 2 Feb 1938 - 28 Dec 2000  CCH-N 3 Jan 2001

[Note: Son of Charles H. & Rena Nancy (Welch) Loftis; married Wanda Hillhoue]

Delbert Dean D.D. Loftis, age 62 of Wasola died on Thursday, Dec. 28, 2000 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Mr. Loftis was born on Feb. 2, 1938 in Romance, and was the son of Charlie and Rena (Welch) Before retirement, Mr. Loftis worked as a builder in Springfield, and had worked for Boeing Aircraft in Wichita, Kan., in addition to having operated a grocery store in Lebanon, and after having worked for Kraft Foods for 30 years. He was married to Wanda Hillhouse for 29 years, with two daughters coming from that union. He was baptized in 1951 and two years ago became active in service at the Frontier General Baptist Church in Pontiac. He loved spending time with his grandchildren and playing music with his family and at church. Survivors include; his daughters, Debi Hartley of Ozark, and Shelia Stamper of Nixa; four grandchildren also survive.

Loftis, Rena Nancy (Welch) 14 Apr 1911 – 22 Feb 2000  CCH-N 1 Mar 2000

[Note: Daughter of Eli & Sally (Bass) Welch; married 16 Jun 1929 Charlie H. Loftis 4 Sep 1909 - 7 Nov 1989]

Rena Nancy Loftis, 88, of Ozark went to be with her Lord on February 22, 2000, at 2:45 p.m. at St. John’s Hospital. She was born April 14, 1911, in Romance; Mo., the daughter of Eli and Sally Bass Welch. On June 16, 1929, she married Charlie H. Loftis, and they were married 60 years until he preceded her in death in 1989. She loved her flowers, making quilts and crocheting but most of all, she loved and treasured her family and friends. She was saved at an early age and lived a Christian life loving others more than herself. She’s a member of the Romance Baptist Church, Romance, Mo. where she and Charlie raised all six children. “Mom, Grandma,” your children and grandchildren want to say to you, “thank you for loving us so much and for teaching us by your loving example.” She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers, six sisters and her husband. She is survived by one daughter, Freda Lane of Nottinghill; five sons and three daughter-in-laws, Kenneth and Dorothy Loftis of Ozark, Clifford and Zella Loftis of Ozark, Delbert Loftis of Wasola, Delmar and Lorene Loftis of Pontiac, Marlin Loftis of Oldfield, 14 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren. Also two sisters and one brother-in-law, Etuolia Taylor, Delouris and James Linder. Visitation was held Thursday, Feb. 24, 2000 at 6:30-8 p.m. Funeral services were held Friday Feb. 25, 2000 at 10 a.m. at Harris Funeral Home, Ozark with the Reverend Bob Long and Reverend Hubert Swearengin officiating. Interment was at McCoy Cemetery Ozark.

 

Loftis, Zella Mae (Stone) 30 Apr 1933 - 31 Jul 2002  CCH-N 14 Aug 2002

[Note: Daughter of Mack Preston & Nola (Conrad) Stone; married 8 Jan 1951 Clifford William Loftis 30 Oct 1931 - 21 Apr 2000]

Zella Mae Loftis, age 69, Ozark, died July 31, 2002, in her home. She was born April 30, 1933, in Thornfield, the daughter of Mack Preston Stone and Nola Conrad Stone. She was a homemaker and was devoted to her husband, caring for him during his long illness. Survivors include: Two children, Leman Dean Loftis and his wife, Margaret Rose, Branson, and Connie Jean Williams and her husband, Rodney, Bonne Terre; six grandchildren, Justin Kirk Loftis, Rayla Williams, Angela Moak, Brian Williams, Brian Williams, Curtis Williams, and Eden Williams; several great-grandchildren; and a sister, Alvera Watson, Springfield, Oregon. Her husband, Clifford William Loftis, and several brothers and sisters preceded her in death. A graveside funeral was held Aug. 2 in McCoy Cemetery with Rev. Robert Long officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

Logan, Ada Sina (Jernigan) 22 Jan 1875 - 12 Feb 1929 CCR 14 Feb 1929 p1

[Note: Daughter of  Samuel M. & Sina S. (Stewart) Jernigan; married  19 Dec 1894 Malcolm Rice "Mack" Logan 20 Oct 1873 - 15 Jan 1952;  middle name in all records Sina except for obit which says Sanders]

Mrs. Ada Logan Called By Death

Wife of M. R. Logan Became Worse Last Week and Passes Away On Tuesday, February 12th

We were called upon this week to announce the sad message of the death of Mrs. Ada Logan, wife of M. R. Logan, city councilman and justice of the peace, which occurred Tuesday, February 12th, at her home in the west part of town, following a lingering illness of considerable duration, but which became surprisingly serious about two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Logan had planned to go to Excelsior Springs, in the hope of benefitting their health, when Mrs. Logan became too ill to be moved and after consultation last week with specialists in Springfield, she was returned to her home and gradually and rapidly passed away. She was born Ada Sanders Jernigan on January 22, 1876 in Ozark. Her mother passed away when she was but five years of age. She joined the Christian church when yet a small girl and to this faith she was ever faithful. She was married to Malcolm R. Logan in 1894, to which union were born four children: three of whom together with their father, survive to mourn her departure. She is also survived by one brother, M. N. Jernigan of north of Ozark. These children are Winford S. of Ozark; Malcolm M. and Mrs. Sidney Hicks, both of Chicago. Mrs. Logan was born, reared and married and reared her own family in Ozark where she was loved by everyone who knew her. The funeral services will be held Thursday, February 14th, at 2:30 o’clock from the Christian church in Ozark, with Rev. B. Frank West officiating. Burial took place in the City Cemetery, under direction of T. B. Chaffin.

 

Logan, Carrie B. (Horn) 2 Jan 1872 - 21 Aug 1947 CCR 28 Aug 1947 p1

[Note: Daughter of Thomas Benton & Mellissa Jane (Graves) Horn; married 28 Aug 1888 Merritt M. Logan 7 Aug 1867 - 2 Jan 1935]

Mrs. Carrie Logan, wife of the late Merritt M. Logan, died Thursday, Aug. 21, in Kansas City at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E.E. Ellis. Other survivors are two sons, Ralph of Ft. Worth, Texas, and Mehl, stationed on Siapan. Funeral services were conducted Saturday at the Lohmeyer funeral home in Springfield by Rev. Hugh O. Isbell, pastor of the Grace M.E. church. Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery. Those attending from Ozark were Mrs. D.C. Leonard, Mrs. R.R. Hartley and Mrs. M.R. Logan.

 

Logan, Elbert Guy 14 Dec 1876 - 30 Aug 1945 CCR 30 Aug 1945 p1

[Note: Son of  George Washington Dodge & Elizabeth Jane (Webber) Logan; married Emma  Mabel Mackey Doertman]

Funeral services for E. Guy Logan, 68, who passed away at his home in Ozark at 3:55 p.m. Thursday, will be held at 11 o’clock Sunday morning at the Chaffin Funeral Chapel. Son of a pioneer Ozark family, Mr. Logan spent his boyhood days in this community. As a young man he homesteaded land in the west and returned several years ago to build a home on the hill above Jones Spring, which he learned to love as a boy. His plans for development of this beautiful spot were hampered by failing health, and death came after a lingering heart ailment. Immediate survivors include his wife, Mrs. Emma Mabel Logan; one brother, M.R. Logan of Ozark; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Immel, Claremont, Calif., Mrs. Ruda Gideon, Ontario, Calif., and Mrs. Ross Bingham, Springfield, Mo. A man who cherished the companionship of friends above all else, Guy Logan loved people and nature. His philosophy of life is well stated in the following poem of his own composition:

My Ozark Home

I live in a dingle twixt the hills

In a vine covered cot in a nook

Nestled snug and low ‘neath a shelt’ring tree

On a scarp by the side of a brook

A quaint rustic cabin built of logs

Midst the sylvae and sparkling streams,

A wealth of wild flowers growing ‘round

In a land filled with golden dreams.

Gay daffodils grace the winding path

That leads to the clear purly run,

Are bathed each night with sweet honey dew,

Fondly kissed by the morning sun

I walk in the cool of the evening

’Long a trail that leads thro the wood

And rest upon a moss covered stump

Where a stalwart burr oak stood.

I wait neath the blue of the welkin

For the evening shade to fall

For a red doe and her speckled fawn

To appear for their evening call.

Long shadows fall--the day is don

The sun slowly sinks ‘neath the sea,

I list to a strain, a sweet refrain

From wild life’s sublime symphony.

Katydid bows on her shapely knee,

The cicada strums on his wing,

A frog in the brook plays the bass viol

While the birds of night softly sing.

I quietly rest on my pillow

In a haven in fairland,

The sandman comes--and softly hums

While I drift into slumber land.

I awake with the dawn at twilight,

A bright summer day is begun,

The somber fringe of a waning night

Is vanished by the rising sun.

I Idly stroll thro the calm wildwood

Where the red man’s footsteps trod;

There I walk and talk with Nature,

There I walk and talk with God.

--E. Guy Logan

Ozark, Missouri

 

Logan, Elizabeth Jane (Webber) 19 Dec 1851 - 2 May 1904 CCR 5 May 1904 p1

[Note: Daughter of  William & Margaret Frances "Fannie" (Harrison) Webber; married  15 Aug 1868 George Washington Dodge Logan 27 Sep 1844 - 18 Jun 1918]

Died, at her late home in this city at 10 o’clock Monday night of hepatitis and heart trouble; after an illness of only eight days. Mrs. G. W. Logan, aged 53 years. The funeral services were held in the yard at the residence by her pastor, Elder E. H. Downs, a large concourse of friends being present to testify to the respect in which she was held. The remains were taken to the Oddfellow’s Cemetery and laid to rest to await the judgment. Her death was so sudden and unexpected that two of her sons, Guy and Bob, were unable to reach home in time for the funeral. The other children were all here. She leaves a husband and seven chidden and numerous grandchildren and other relatives and many friends to mourn her loss. She lived a christian life and died a christian’s death, and while the bereaved family have the sympathy of all in their great loss, they do not mourn as those who have no hope of a happy meeting hereafter. During the funeral, the circuit and county court adjourned. Mr. Logan being a former prosecuting attorney and a prominent member of the Ozark bar.

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Logan, Elizabeth Jane (Webber) 19 Dec 1851 - 2 May 1904 CCR 5 May 1904 p1

Resolution of Respect

At a meeting of the bar held at Ozark May 3, 1904, Almus Herrington, Chairman and G. Purd Hays, Secretary, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted in memory of Mrs. George W. Logan, deceased. WHEREAS Almighty God in his wisdom, has stricken with death Mrs. Elizabeth Logan, wife of our fellow townsman and old and [rest missing[

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Logan, Elizabeth Jane (Webber) 19 Dec 1851 - 2 May 1904  CCR 12 May 1904 (2 items)

Resolution of Condolence

WHEREAS, the Supreme Consul of the Universe had called from her labors in the busy marts of earth to the arena on high Mrs. E. J. Logan and WHEREAS, the fraternal regard and solicitude of woodcraft extends not only to actual members of the order, but to all their loved ones, therefore, be it RESOLVED by Ozark Camp No. 5111, M. W. A. That we extend to Neighbor Logan and all the bereaved ones our fraternal sympathy and condolence on account of the death of their loved one. RESOLVED, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to Neighbor M. R> Logan, and that the be published in the Ozark papers.  C. E. Reid, Jacob Hartley and J. D> Sanders, Com.

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Logan, Elizabeth Jane (Webber) 19 Dec 1851 - 2 May 1904  CCR 12 May 1904 (2 items)

Card of Thanks

Though the English language fail to furnish words to express out gratitude, we wish, to the best we can extend our heart-felt thanks to our many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our beloved wife and mother. We wish also to extend our thanks to Dr.. Bruton for his watchful care and also to the circuit and county courts which by their adjournment manifested their interest in our grief, and we certainly appreciate the great interest which the bar association of Ozark manifested in the resolution of condolence and may the kindness be shown to all as it has to us in this sad affliction.  Geo. W. Logan and Family

 

Logan, Emmaline S. (Stine) 15 May 1908 - 8 Dec 1994  CCH-N 14 Dec 1994

[Note: Daughter of  William Otis & Lalla Rook (Keltner) Stine; married Malcolm M. Logan 20 Sep 1908 - 6 Aug 1990]

Emmaline S. Logan, 86, Denver, Colo., died Thursday, Dec. 8, 1994, in Denver. She was born May 15, 1908, in Ozark, the daughter of William Ottis and Lalla Rook Keltner Stine. She was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Christ. She was married to Malcolm Logan, who preceded her in death Aug. 6, 1990. Survivors include two daughters, Sandra Hines, Lakewood, Colo., and Melinda Matson, Evergreen, Colo.; one son, Michael Logan, New York, NY.; and four grandsons. Private funeral services were held at Chapel Hill Mortuary in Littleton, Colo. Memorials may be made to Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, 825 East Speer Ave. Denver, Colo. 80220. Arrangement by Olinger's Chapel Hill Mortuary, Littleton, Colo.

 

Logan, Fredrica (Stinart) 1884 - 8 May 1950  CCR 18 May 1950

Mrs. Fredrica Logan, 85, died in the home of a granddaughter, Mrs. Allie Maples, four miles south of Clever May 8. She was a resident of Shawnee, Okla., but had been visiting relatives here for the past five months. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Verda Wright of Billings, Rt. 1, Mrs. Eunice Sturgis of Spokane, Washington, and Mrs. Lois Sanders of Ada, Okla.; two brothers, Alec Stinart of Galena, and John Stinart of Springfield; four sons, Charley Logan of Wewoka, Okla., Henry Logan of Spokane, Wash., Roy Logan of Shawnee, Okla., and Clarence Logan of Holdenville, Okla.; 32 grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren. The body was sent May 10 to Wewoka, Okla., for services and burial by the Harris Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Logan, George Washington Dodge 27 Sep 1844 - 18 Jun 1918 CCR 21 Jun 1918

[Note: Son of  Alexander Thomas & Eliza (Turner) Logan; married 15 Aug 1868 Elizabeth Jane Webber 19 Dec 1851 - 2 May 1904; married 19 Mar 1905 Martha Bell Rogers 17 Mar 1863 - 6 Feb 1918  m/1 Queen]

George W. Logan, for more than 60 years a resident of Christian county and a civil war veteran died at his home in Ozark Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock after a short illness, though he had been declining in health for some time. Funeral services were held at the Christian church at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, conduced by S. E. Hendrickson pastor of the church of which Mr. Logan for many years has been a leading member. After the services, the remains were taken charge of by the members of Finley Lodge I. O. O. F. and taken to the I. O. O. F. cemetery, where the closing ceremony by members of the lodge were given, Mr. Logan for many years having been a prominent member. Mr. Logan was a native Missourian and was born September 27, 1844 and came to Christian county when about ten years ago. He was married to Elizabeth Webber in 1868 to which union eight children were born, four sons and four daughters, all of whom survive him except one daughter who died in infancy. They are: M. M. Logan of Springfield, R. H. and M. R. Logan of Ozark, Mrs. Bessie Immel of Bolivar, E. G. Logan of Billings, Mont. Mrs. Ruby Gideon of Ozark, Route 1, and Mrs. Mildred Bingham who was staying at home at the time of his death, her husband now being with the national army in France. Mr. Logan was attorney at law and for years engaged in the active practice and has served the county as prosecuting attorney, he was also a regularly ordained minister of the Disciples of Christ.

 

Logan, Gertie E. (Wilkes) Berry 23 Dec 1883 - 22 Mar 1942 CCR 26 Mar 1942 p1

[Note: Daughter of Porter & ?  (  ) Wilkes; married James S. Berry; married 24 Nov 1929 Malcolm Rice “Mack” Logan 20 Oct 1873 - 15 Jan 1952]

Mrs. M. R. Logan, 58, of Ozark passed away at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Fred J. Meier, in St. Louis, at 11 am Sunday. Death came at the end of a lengthy period of illness. Mrs. Logan has been more or less confined by ill health for the past six years and has spent much of that time in St. Louis under medical care. She was born Gertie E. Wilkes, at Verona, MO, in 1883 and spent the greater portion of her life in that community. She was married to James S. Berry and to this union were born three daughters, Mrs. Meier, Mrs. W. V. Montgomery, Springfield, and Mrs. Harold Langdon, Muga, AL. Mr. Berry preceded her in death several years ago. In 1929 she was married to M.R. Logan of Ozark and came to Ozark to make her home. In that time she has made countless friends here through her energetic church and club work as long as health permitted. She was a very active worker in the Ozark Christian church, and took great interest in the Ozark Book Club and the Ozark Garden Club. She was also a member of Rebekah and Royal Neighbor lodges. Survivors include the husband and daughters; three step-children, Mrs. Sidney Hicks, Chicago, Winford Logan, Aurora, IL, and Malcolm Logan of Denver; five sisters, and two brothers; her step-mother, Mrs. R. P. Wilkes of Verona, and an aunt, Mrs. B. F. King, also of Verona. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Ozark Christian church, conducted by Rev. B. Frank West of Nixa, with interment in the Ozark cemetery under the direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. Attended Logan Funeral Those from a distance who attended the funeral services of Mrs. M. R. Logan Wednesday afternoon were Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Langdon of Mulga, Al, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Meier and Mrs. Eldon Jones of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Logan of Denver, CO, Mrs. Sidney Hicks of Mayfield, IL,

Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Montgomery and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bayless and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sickmeyer, all of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Montgomery of Monett, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jones of Joplin, Mrs. G. G. Youngblood of Conway, Harry Wilkes of Pawhuska, OK, and Richard Wiles of Aurora.

 

Logan, Jack 1925 - 9 Mar 1968      CCR 13 Mar 1968 p8

[Note: married Betty Jean  16 Jan 1926 - 19 Mar 1999]

Funeral services for Jack Logan, 43, Reeds Spring, were at 2 p.m. Thursday in Sixty-Five Church with the Rev. James Ellingsworth officiating. Burial was in Eisenhour Cemetery under direction of Stumpff of Reeds Spring. A businessman and resident of Reeds Spring the past seven years, Mr. Logan died in his home at 7:009 p.m. Saturday of an apparent heart attack. Surviving are his wife, Betty; a son, Harold D. of the home; a daughter, Betty, of the home and a brother, Bobby Lewis, Marionville. Other survivors include four sisters, Mrs. Anna Lee Loramges, Spokane, Wash., Mrs. Dorothy Fay Blakery, Hermiston, Ore. and Mrs. Lorene Hunt and Mrs. Mary Lou Dawn, both of Billings; and the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ada Allen, Walnut Shade.

 

Logan, James H., Elder 12 Oct 1842 - 18 Sep 1905 CCR 28 Sep 1905

[Note: Son of Alexander Thomas & Eliza (Turner) Logan; married 16 Sep 1869 CCM Matilda Adams]

Elder J. H. Logan Dead - Passed Away After a Long Illness From Tuberculosis at Sherman, Tex. Sept. 18

Elder J. H. Logan age 63 years, died at his home on East Lamar St. yesterday afternoon from consumption, after having been confined to his bed for many months. He has resided in Sherman for several years but returned in February from Corpus Christi, where he had spent some time in the vain hope of benefiting his health. He is survived by his wife and four children. The latter are Lester Logan of Sherman, Thos. L. Logan of Chandler, O. K., Merritt Logan aged 18 and Miss Beulah Logan, aged 14 of Sherman. The funeral took place this afternoon, interment being at West Hill cemetery - The Dennison Daily Herald.

J. H. Logan was born in Miller county, Mo. October 12 1842 migrated to the Territory composing Christian county with his parents when two years old and lived there until 1895, when he, with his family moved to Texas. He served in the war of rebellion in Co. L, 64th Prov. E. M. M. Cav. vols, and contracted the disability of which he died at Yellville, Ark, Feby. 1864. He is a brother of G. W. Logan of this city and he leaves many relatives and friends in S. W. Mo. to mourn his death.

 

 

Logan, John Ronald “Bill” 20 Aug 1922 - 18 Sept 2001

[Note: Son of William Alfred & Frances Emma (Gibbs) Logan; married 30 Mar 1950 Joan Audrus]

John Ronald "Bill" Logan, 79, Hurley, died at 11:58 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2001 in Cox Medical Center South. He was born August 20, 1922 near Hurley, Mo., to William Alfred and Frances Emma (Gibbs) Logan. Mr. Logan served in the Army during World War II from November 14, 1942 to October 20, 1945. He served in Hdq. Co., 1st Bn, 13th Infantry, 8th Division. The 13th Infantry was known as The Golden Arrow Doughboys. The 13th Infantry began their European Campaign on July 4, 1944 on Utah Beach. The regiment took over 100,000 prisoners. The 8th Division suffered nearly 14,000 men killed or wounded. The campaign ended on May 8, 1945 meeting the Russians at Elbe River in Germany after many battles which included the fiercest fighting and heaviest casualties in the European Campaign. He was awarded the Infantry Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Combat Badge, Good Conduct Medal, EAMA Service Medal with four Bronze Service Stars. He was a member of VFW Post 3404. He married Joan Audrus, daughter of Jess and Cora Mae (Blades) Audrus on March 30, 1950. They lived and raised their children on their farm near Hurley. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Hurley United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Joan; three children and their spouses, Dr. Michael J. and Jeannie Logan of Newport, Ark., Mary Ann and Joe Lakins of Clever, Mo., and Kora Sue and David Lindsey of Hurley; six grandchildren, Wesley Brian Logan, Stephanie Gayle Logan, Rebecca Dawn Logan, Jennifer Ann Lakins Watson, Angela LaRee Lindsey and Jason Matthew Lindsey; one great-grandchild, Jeremy Michael Seeley; brothers and sister, Gordon William Logan of Rockford, Ill., Jesse Carl Logan of Hurley, and Virginia Glossip of Brookline. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, 2001, in Meadors Chapel, Clever, with Rev. Joyce Rush and Rev. Larry Winfree officiating. Burial, with military honors by the Veteran's Memorial Team, will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. The Clever chapel will be open Friday morning with visitation from 6 to 8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Veteran's Memorial Team. Springfield News-Leader, Sep. 20, 2001.

Logan, Levi Wesley 1868 - 6 Oct 1955 CCR 13 Oct 1955 p4

Levi Wesley Logan, 87, a retired farmer, died suddenly at his home at Crane, Thursday, Oct. 6. Mr. Logan is survived by three sons, Lem, Alfred and Laurence, all of Route 2, Crane, the latter of the home place; two daughters, Mrs. Vernie Hooten and Mrs.. Pearlie Gold, both of Route 1, Billings; 12 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren and one brother, Will Logan of the state of California.

 

Logan, Malcolm M. 20 Sep 1908 - 6 Aug 1990 NN-E 16 Aug 1990

[Note: married 1937 Emmaline S. Stine 15 May 1908 - 8 Dec 1994]

Malcolm M. Logan, 81, Denver, Colo., died Monday, Aug. 6, 1990, in Hospice of St. John. He was born Sept. 20, 1908, in Ozark. He attended Southwest Missouri State University. He retired after 37 years from Gates Rubber Co. He married the former Emmaline Stine in Ozark in 1937. Survivors include his wife, Emmaline Logan, Denver; two daughters, Sandra B. Hines, Lakewood, Colo., and Melinda P. Matson, Evergreen, Colo.; a son, Michael M. Logan, New York City; and four grandsons. Services were Wednesday, Aug. 8, in Olinger's Chapel Hill Mortuary, Littleton, Colo. Burial was in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Littleton. Donations may be made to Diabetes Research Foundation of Colorado, 1776 Vine St., Denver, Colo., 80206.

Logan, Malcolm Rice “Mack” 20 Oct 1873 - 15 Jan 1952 CCR 24 Jan 1952

[Note: Son of George Washington Dodge & Elizabeth Jane (Webber) Logan; married 1895 Ada Sina Jernigan 22 Jan 1875 - 12 Feb 1929; married Gertie E. Berry 23 Dec 1883 - 22 Mar 1942]

Malcolm Rice Logan, affectionately known as “Mack”, was born in Ozark, MO, on October 20, 1873, and departed this life at his home in Ozark on Tuesday, January 15, 1952, at the age of 78 years, two months, and 25 days. He was one of eight children, four sons and four daughters, born to Geo. W. and Elizabeth Weber Logan. In 1895 he was united in marriage to Ada Sanders Jernigan, to this union four children were born, three of whom survive. His companion died in 1929, and he was later married to Gertie Berry, whose death occurred in 1942. He was converted as a young man and became affiliated with the Ozark Christian church, where he remained a faithful member, having served as a treasurer for many years. Practically all of his life was spent in Ozark. In the summer of 1950, ill health caused him to leave his home in Ozark, and move to the home of his daughter in Maywood, IL., during which time he made many friends. In October, 1951, he returned happily to Ozark and, as always, was so delighted to greet his friends. He served the public in many capacities. He was Justice of the Peace for 30 years during which time he performed 838 marriage ceremonies. He also served as coroner of Christian County for some time and was in the insurance business here for many years. Mr. Logan was a collector of important data pertaining to the history of Christian County and recently presented his valuable collection to the City of Ozark. Survivors are his daughter, Mrs. Sidney Hicks, Maywood, IL; two sons, Winford S. Logan of Aurora, IL., and Malcolm M. Logan of Denver, CO.; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Immel, Upland, CA., Mrs. M.W. Bingham, Springfield, MO., and Mrs. F. Erickson, Everett, WA.; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild; three step-daughters, Mrs. Fred Meier, Albuquerque, NM., Mrs. W. V. Montgomery, Albuquerque, and Mrs. Harold Langdon, Birmingham, AL. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon in the Ozark Christian church with the Rev. Richard Pope of Springfield and Rev. B. Frank West of Nixa officiating. Burial was in the Ozark Cemetery under direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

Logan, Martha Bell (Rogers) Queen 17 Mar 1863 - 6 Feb 1918 CCR 8 Feb 1918

[Note: Daughter of James Jarvis/Jarves & ? ( Glouser/Clowser) Rogers; married 3 Apr 1877 Joseph Lafayette Queen Mar 1857 - 19 Mar 1902; married 19 Mar 1905 George Washington Dodge Logan 27 Sep 1844 - 18 Jun 1918; no MO DC found; in 1870 she was in the home of grandparents Peter & Elizabeth (  ) Clowser]

Those who had not heard the news before retiring Wednesday night were greatly shocked to hear Thursday morning of the unexpected death of Mrs. G. W. Logan about 9 o’clock Wednesday night. Mrs. Logan had been in poor health during the winter and was taken worse Monday evening, but her friends and neighbors little dreamed of the danger. At this writing, no arrangements have been made for the funeral that we have learned of. Her sons are expected to arrive, one from Kansas City and one from Southwest City, Mo. tomorrow and possibly her aged father from Waggoner, Okla. A more extended account will be given next week.

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Logan, Martha Bell (Rogers) Queen 17 Mar 1863 - 6 Feb 1918 CCR 15 Feb 1918

Martha Bell Rogers was born March 17, 1863 near Carthage, Mo. She departed this life February 6, 1918 at her home in Ozark, Mo. aged 54 years, 10 months and 20 days. Her first marriage was to Joseph Lafayette Queen April 3, 1877 in Whiting, Iowa. To this union were born four children, three sons and one daughter as follows: Andrew of Kansas City, Mo., Charles of Pineville, Mo,. Claude of Southwest City, Mo and Minnie of Ozark. Mr. Queen died March 19, 1902 in Southwest City. Her second marriage was to Geo. W. Logan March 19, 1905 in Sparta, Mo. She is survived by her four children, her husband, her father and one half sister; also a number of step children and grand children and a great host of very dear friends. She was formerly a member of the Presbyterian church and later united with the Baptist church and in the summer of 1905 she united with the Baptist church and in the summer of 1905 she united with the Christian church, of which she was a faithful member at the time of her death. She has always lived a consecrated Christian and was good and kind to every one. The writer conducted the funeral services at the Christian church in Ozark, Friday afternoon February 8, and her body was taken by her children to Southwest City, Mo. for interment.   S. E. Hendrickson.

Logan, Merritt M. 7 Aug 1869 - 2 Jan 1935 CCR 3 Jan 1935 p1

[Note: Son of George Washington Dodge & Elizabeth Jane (Webber) Logan; married 22 Aug 1888 Carrie B. Horn ( 9 Jan 1872 - 21 Aug 1947]

Died at his home in Springfield on Wednesday-was born and reared in Ozark-Funeral Arrangements incomplete awaiting arrival of relatives from a distance.

Merritt M. Logan, 65, died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at his home, 700 East Page street, in Springfield, after a brief illness. Mr. Logan was widely known in and around Springfield as a traveling salesman for the Keet Roundtree Dry Good company. After leaving that company in 1924, he founded the Logan Prophylactic company, which he operated for several years. For the past three years he had been in the real estate business. Mr. Logan was president of the Protestant Christian Council of Gideons, a member of the United Commercial Travelers, and of the Modern Woodmen lodge. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Carrie B. Logan; two sons, Ralph D. Logan of Fort Worth, and Mehl Logan of Kansas City; one daughter, Mrs. Everett Ellis of Kansas City; three brothers, M.R. Logan of Ozark, Guy Logan of Claremont, Calif.; and by three sisters, Mrs. Ross Bingham of Springfield, Mrs. Ruda Gideon of Ozark, and Mrs. Bessie Tunnell of Claremont, Calif. Funeral arrangements which are under direction of Herman H. Lohmeyer of Springfield, are incomplete pending the arrival of relatives.

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Logan, Merritt M. 7 Aug 1869 - 2 Jan 1935 CCR 10 Jan 1935 p4

Last week we carried the announcement of the death of Merritt M. Logan of Springfield, who was born and reared in Ozark, a brother of M.R. Logan of this city. We didn’t have time last week to get much data regarding Merritt’s life here. But this week Mack give us the following: Merritt was the son of the late George W. Logan and his mother was the daughter of William and Fannie Webber, a sister to Mrs. Julia Bryant and Rinnie Lawing. He was born in a small cabin which stood on a lot west of where Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Russell now live. He was born on Aug. 7, 1869. He went to school in the winter and worked for A.T. Yoachum during the summer. At the age of 18 his father bought a grocery store which stood where the Baptist church now stands. There, he met Miss Carrie Horn, whom he married when he was 19 years old. He later moved to Springfield to work for Fred Britton in a store on Campbell street. He went from there to the Silsby Stove and Queensware Company, then to the Keet & Roundtree Dry Goods Company and was on the road for them for 25 years. He was president of the Protestant Christian Council of Gideons, a member of the United Commercial Travelers, the Modern Woodmen of America and the St. Paul Methodist church.

Logan, Ona M. (Collins) 20 Mar 1907 - 3 Apr 1979 OH 12 Apr 1979 p9

[Note: Daughter of Homer J. & Dalcie (Stockstill) Collins; married Wilford Logan]

Services for Ona M. Logan, 72, Ozark were held Tuesday in Healy Chapel, Aurora, Ill. Burial was in Lincoln Memorial Park. Mrs. Logan died April 4 in Christian County Nursing Home after a long illness. She was a native of Christian County and a member of Selmore Christian Church. She and her husband, Wilford, moved to Aurora in 1929 and returned to Branson in 1968. Survivors besides her husband include one brother, Hearal “Bill” Collins of the home.

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Logan, Ona M. (Collins) 20 Mar 1907 - 3 Apr 1979 OH 19 Apr 1979 pB3

I would like to thank my friends for the cards, flowers, visits and prayers, during my wife’s illness and at the time of her death. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. God bless each of us.  Winford S. Logan

Logan, Vivalee (Smart) 25 May 1911 - 11 Mar 1934 CCR 15 Mar 1934 p8

[Note: Daughter Hershel & ? (?) Smart; married 3 Jun 1930 Everett Logan]

Vivalee Smart Logan was born May 23, 1911, and departed this life at the home, six miles southeast of Hurley, Mo., March 11, 1934, at the age of 22 years, 9 months and 19 days. She was married to Everett Logan June 3, 1930. To this union one son was born, Clarence Lee. She was converted and united with the Missionary Baptist Church in 1927. The survivors are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Smart, her husband and infant son, three sisters, and one brother: Mrs. Violet Langley, Stella, Faye and Ernest Smart, other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Wright Church conducted by Rev. Riddle of Crane, Mo., with burial in the Marionville cemetery at Marionville, Mo., under the direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever, Mo.

Logan, Winford Samuel 18 Sep 1904 - 8 Jun 1982 OH 17 Jun 1982 p10

[Note: Son of Malcolm Rice “Mack” & Ada Sina (Jernigan) Logan]

Services for Winford Samuel  Logan, 77, Ozark, died June 8 at Ozark Nursing and Care after a long  illness. Mr. Logan was born in Ozark and attended Ozark Schools, He had lived in Aurora, Ill., where he was an employee of Illinois Belle telephone CO.. After his retirement, he moved to Branson, He moved to Ozark in 1975. Survivors include his brother, Malcolm, Denver, Colo. and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Services were held June 11 in Healey Funeral Chapel in Aurora, Ill. Burial was in Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery there.

Logsdon, Glenn M. died 1981 OH 16 Jul 1981 pB9

[Note: unable to determine who this is - SSDI shows a possible match in Newark, Licking Co, Ohio Glenn Logsdon 14 Dec 1901-Jun 1981; no possible match in Missouri]

Card of Thanks

We wish to extend a heartfelt thanks to all who offered prayers, sent cards, flowers and remembrances in the loss of our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather.  The Glenn M. Logsdon Family

Logue, Leola Katherine (German) 27 May 1909 - 23 Aug 2004 SN-L 26 Aug 2004

[Note: Daughter of John & Kate (  ) German; married 1930 William P. Logue 24 Dec 1902 - Dec 1982]

Leola Katherine Logue died peacefully on Aug. 23, 2004, at Ozark Riverview Manor in Ozark, Mo. Mrs. Logue was born in Springfield to John and Kate German on May 27, 1909. She graduated from Central High in 1927. In 1930, she married William P. Logue of Springfield, and they were together for 52 years before his death in 1982. They had two children, Rosanna Catherine Bradshaw and John Patrick. Mrs. Logue is survived by her son, Pat and his wife, Patty, of Springfield; two grandsons, Timothy Logue and his wife, Becca, of Ithaca, N.Y., and Christopher Logue of Iowa City, Iowa; two granddaughters, Linda DeBerry and her husband, Bernie, of Dyersburg, Tenn., and Betsy Burris and her husband, Greg, of Springfield; three great-grandchildren, Matthew DeBerry, Victoria Burris and Hannah Logue; three step-grandchildren, Mindy Brinkhorst and her husband, Will, of St. Louis, Aimee Smith and her husband, Keith, of St. Louis, and Bruce Brenon of Miami, Fla.; along with four step great grandchildren, Abbie and Audrey Brinkhorst, and Gabby and Sydney Smith. Leola was a devoted and loving wife and mother who saw her family through good times and bad. She and her husband, Bill, especially enjoyed volunteering in several Council of Churches programs administered by their daughter, Rosanna, such as the RSVP, Senior Discount and Walking Books programs. They also were very involved for years as volunteers at St. John's Hospital. Mrs. Logue was an active member of Westminster Presbyterian Church for many years. She always had a kind word and smile for everyone and will be missed dearly by all who knew her. A memorial service will be held at Gorman-Scharpf Brentwood Chapel on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2004, at 10 a.m. Donations may be made to the Community Hospices of America Foundation, Southwest Missouri Chapter.

Lokey, Dora (Jones) 17 Jun 1858 - 2 Nov 1937 CCR 11 Nov 1937 p8

[Note: Daughter of Smith & Cordelia (  ) Jones; married 22 Nov 1874 Rev. James William Lokey 20 Mar 1853 - 2 Oct 1923; no legible tombstone in Mount Carmel Cemetery; obit says born 1885, but age means should be born 1858]

Dora Jones, daughter of Smith and Cordelia Jones was born in Cook county, Texas, on June 17, 1885, and died at her home in Clever on Nov. 2, 1937, at the advanced age of 79 years, three months and 16 days. She was married to James Lokey in LaBette county, Kans., on Nov. 22, 1874. To this union two sons and one daughter were born. The sons survive and are Rev. Gordon Lokey of Walnut Grove and Sydney of Los Angeles, Calif. The husband and daughter have preceded her in death. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Clever Methodist church conducted by the pastor, Rev. Young. Burial was made in the Mt. Carmel cemetery under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

Lokey, James William , Rev. 17 Mar 1853 - 22 Apr 1923

[Note: Son of ? & Mary ( ) Lokey; married Dora Jones 16 Jun 1859 - 2 Nov 1937]

James Lokey was born in Johnson County, Virginia ( Note:  We have been unable to authenticate his birthplace), March 17, 1853, and died in Clever, Missouri, April 22, 1923, at the age of seventy years, two months and four days.  He was converted early in life and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church.  He was licensed to preach by the Rev. D. P. Mitchell, father of the presiding bishop of this conference, to which Gordon Lokey, a son of the deceased, is to be admitted on trial. Brother Lokey was a great preacher of the evangelistic type.  His records show over 5,000 converts to his ministry.  He baptized 1800 people. He was licensed to preach in 1873, and was admitted to the Arkansas conference in 1878, Supernumerated 1908, Superannuated 1913.  He was united in marriage to Dora Jones in 1872.  To this union were born two sons and three daughters. No one ever questioned James Lokey's conversion and call to preach. He himself was as sure that God called him to preach the gospel as was sure of any conviction that was ever laid on his heart.  His family says, "Well done, faithful father;" the church says, "Well done thou good and faithful servant, thou has been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things, enter thou into the joy of thy Lord." Contributed by his great-grandson, Jim Murphy.

Lokey, Mary 1824 - 18 May 1903 CCR 21 May 1903

Died, at her home at Ponce de Leon Monday Night, May 18th, 1903, Mrs. Mary Lokey, mother of James and A. L. Lokey, aged 79 years. Buried at Ponce de Leon Cemetery Wednesday at 11 a.m.

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Lokey, Mary 1824 - 18 May 1903 CCR 4 Jun 1903

Died. Monday night at 8 o’clock May 18th. Mrs. Mary Lokey, mother of Rev. James Lokey; also A. L. Lokey of this place. She was devoted christian, a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. She was born and raised in the state of Virginia; and emigrated to Ohio, thence to Illinois, lived there five years, thence to Kansas and lived there ten years, thence to Okla., lived there eleven years. She lost her husband the second year in Okla., he being 72 years old and a minister of the M. E> church. They lived together very happy until the Lord said to father, “It is enough - come up higher.” She and her son, A. L. Lokey, kept house until coming to Missouri one year ago when A. L. came to Ozark and started a broom factory. she staying with her son, Rev. James Lokey, until her death. She leaves many friends and seven children, five girls and two boys and many grandchildren to mourn her loss, but God saw fit to call her home. One week before her death, she called the family around the bed and admonished them to meet her in heaven. Her daughter, Mrs. Vinyard, from Oklahoma, came to see her but was too late, she coming the next day after her burial. Thinking the good people for her kindness during her sickness and death, we close.

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