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1 BL J R12 L4 Gregory, James Andrew (I37570)
2 *Co. E, 5th MO Cav., Civil War.

Jackson Steeley was the son of Bazil Steeley and Mary "Polly" Bishop. He had the following brothers and sisters: a Steeley b. abt 1838, Jackson Steeley, James Robert, Obediah , William R., James, Thomas, Letetia, John, and Artimessa Steeley. He married Frances/Francis Jane Rowin (buried at this cem.) about 1861 in Dade Co., MO. She was born Oct. 24, 1848 in Dade Co. MO, and died June 9, 1915, in Everton, Dade Co, MO. They had the following children: William J, James R., Thomas Bazil, Mary Ann, Martha J., Joseph, Artie Bell, Ida Mae, and Viola Steeley. 
Steeley, Jackson (I27623)
3 11 Mar 1833 Greene Co Circuit Court: George Yokum witness to numcupative will of William Marshall. Same court session, George assigned to committee to lay out and mark road from Springfield to LNF osn White River.
6 Nov 1848 Taney Co: Estate of George Yokum, LA issued to Augustine and Solomon Yokum [SA 61]
15 Jun 1850: Estate of George Yokum...Augustine and Solomon Yoku, apply for final settlement during Aug term.

Stone Co Deed Bk A-9: Estate of George Yokum, d. intestate. Admin Jesse Jennings appt. 1 Sep 1851. No heirs ciste but 14 Aug 1855 Elizabeth Yoacham mentioned as guardian/curator of minor heirs of George Yoachum, to wit: Sarah Yokum, James Harkin Yokum, Jacob Yokum, Eizabeth and Marion Yokum, Augustus W. Yokum, and .....

30 Nov 1850 Jennings and Cox have rented the large flour mill known at Yoachum's Mill at the mouth of Finley in Taney Co. [SWMN 13]

27 Dec 1851: Estate of George Yoachum....LA to Jesse Jennings of Stone Co, claims 3 years. 
Hopper, Ann Elizabeth (I1404)
4 1910 Census showed that she 8 out of 12 children living. Kimbell, Rachel (I2051)
5 A gifted violinist (fiddler). Bought his first violin (a Steiner) from Mr. Sandy Norman for $2.50. It remains in the family today. Brooks, Richard Lorenzo II (I5349)
6 a.k.a Jawbone Cemetery. Yocham, Payton T. (I7168)
7 Abstract of Samuel Tompkins will /s/ Oct 12, 1826 /p/ Oct. 18, 1826
Wife: Elizabeth [Adams]
Sister: Sarah Owenby, Ann Squires
Bro: Francis Tompkins
Nephew: James Tompkins
"my illegetamate sons" Stephen, Francis, Samuel, and William (now an infant)

Exrs: James Tompkins, Francis Tompkins
Wit: Wm. R. Rayner, Adam (X) Fulmore, Zord B. Letmon
page 319

Source: Abstracts of Wills, Edgefield County, South Carolina (Albany, GA: Delwyn Associates, 1973), 93. 
Tompkins, Samuel S. (I14471)
8 According to an account left by his son, Francis Marion Smith, Nathan Foster Smith "did not write or keep any accounts" and lost track of his year of birth. The same account states that N.F. Smith had a great deal of sickness as a child and, as soon as his father and mother had died (the latter in 1820) N.F. Smith left Wilkes County and moved to "middle Georgia". While N.F. Smith received several legacies of cash and land under the Will of his father, Nathan Smith, he did not appear to have prospered. When he moved to Newton County in about 1821, he may have been encouraged to do so by his aunt, Elizabeth (Zechie) Smith, who had married William Chaffin, Jr. and moved to Walton (later Newton) County shortly before that time. According to his son, Francis Marion Smith, after his daughter Frances and her husband John F. Clifton moved to Arkansas in the Fall of 1857, Nathan Foster Smith and his wife followed in March of 1858. They settled in Pulaski County, Arkansas, 25 miles north of Little Rock. The country was unhealthy, and the family had much sickness. After the War Nathan's health was broken, and he died in December 1866. [Source: Frances Marion Smith, is the source of the only first-hand information we have about the Smith family, resulting from two letters he wrote to his niece, Annie Thompson Smith, in 1908.] The Centennial History of Arkansas Methodism, 1815-1935, contains a brief biography of Frances Marion Smith. He joined the Confederate Army in June 1862 and served until the end of the War. Smith, Nathan Foster (I10140)
9 Administrator's Bond:
". . .died intestate. . . at Tehama County, California, Nov. 24, 1865, leaving as his heirs, Lydia E. Yokum, widow of decd. and Henry Yokum, Dennis Yoakum, Wm. H. Yokum, sons of decd., and Louisa Boydston, Mary F. Potter, and Agnes S. Jones, daughters of decd. all of Butte Co., California, and America E. Morgan, Lydia E. Hall, Susan M. Gordon, and Buenavista Hickman, daughters all of Tehama Co., Cal. and Sarah Shimmin, daughter of decd of Ray Co., MO. and the children of Jacob Yokum Jr. of Dade Co., MO." 
Yokum, Jacob (I1409)
10 Alaska pioneer Roscoe Shelby Richards, 89, died April 12, 1997, of natural causes at the Mary Conrad Center in Anchorage. A memorial was held at Kehl's Funeral Home in Palmer. Mr. Richards was born Sept. 23, 1907 in Fairfield, Okla. He was the son of Samuel A. Richards and Christina Agee. He grew up in Springfield, Mo., and after completing high school there he moved to Juneau, where he worked in the Alaska Juneau Mine. In 1929 he returned to Springfield where he met his wife, Vanola. They were married July 27, 1929, and in August 1929 they moved to Juneau. In 1935 they moved to Anchorage where they raised their family. His family said, ''Mr. Richards was a true pioneer Alaskan in every way. He was very active in the mineral development in Alaska and was also very supportive of aviation in Alaska. He will be greatly missed by his many friends and family.'' Mr. Richards was preceded in death by his wife, Vanola, and is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, Samuel and Mildred Richards of Southeast Alaska and Fred and Delores Richards of Anchorage; daughter and son-in-law Carolyn and Dave Crusey of Wasilla; five granddaughters, Vinnie Vinette of Wasilla, Sandy DeMers of Seattle, Diane Hutchison of Fairbanks, Suzanne Graves of Fairbanks, Crissola Talsania of Washington, D.C.; and sister, Edna James of Forsyth, Mo. Arrangements were handled by Kehl's Forest Lawn Mortuary and Crematory. [Source: Anchorage Daily News April 22, 1997] Richards, Roscoe Shelby (I27638)
11 Allen Gay was born in Northampton County, N. C., in 1765. He died in Coweta County, Ga., June 18, 1847, having settled there in the early twenties. He enlisted for service in the Revolutionary War June 3, 1781, serving nine months as private in Captain Raiford's Company, Colonel Dickson's First Regiment, North Carolina militia. Was in the battle of Eutaw Springs. Allowed a pension on application September 3, 1832, while a resident of Coweta County. Allen Gay married, first, Celia Rae Elbert, of Savannah, Ga., September 5, 1787. To them were born John William, October, 1788; Elizabeth, November, 1790; and Gilbert, January, 1793. His second wife was Abigail Castleberry, whom he married after coming to Georgia. To them were born Thomas, James, Temperance, Martha, Elias, and Matilda. Elizabeth married an Eady; Temperance (called Tempie Ann Brock in will of Allen Gay), married William Brock; Martha married a Wright; and Matilda married a Dyer. His third wife was Mrs. Ann Benton, of Henry County, Ga., whom he married October 10, 1824. She was granted a pension in 1853, when seventy-six years old. The third wife and all of his his children are mentioned in Allen Gay's will, which is dated March 5, 1847, and was probated and recorded in Will Book A, pages 118 and 119, of the Coweta County records. Letters testamentary issued to Washington Dyer, November 6, 1848. Allen Gay is buried in Macedonie church yard, about five miles northwest off Newnan, Ga. That church was constituted August 20, 1827, Allen Gay, Ann Gay, and other members of his family, being charter members. On September 7, 1912, the Sarah Dickson Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, of Newnan, placed a tablet at his grave. [See Coweta County Chronicles, pages 52, 406, 727 and 814; also, Roster of Soldiers in the American Revolution published by the N. C. Daughters of the American Revolution, in Library of Congress, E 263-N 8 D 17.]

Coweta County, Georgia Will Book "A" p. 118 - - Will of Allen Gay dated March 5, 1847

I, Allen Gay, of Coweta County, State of Geogia, do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following to wit:

Item 1st - - It is my will that all my just debts be paid

2nd - - I give and ordain unto my beloved wife Ann Gay fifty acres of land in the South East corner of Lot No. 187, one hundred and eighty seven in the fifth district of said county on which my dwelling house is situated, during her natural life, also my horse, one cow and calf, one sow and pig and three first choice pork hogs, all my household and kitchen furniture except the bed and furniture that stands in the room; also my plantation tools of every description and a sufficient supply of provisions for her
maintenance one year after my decease, and the rent of my farm one year during her natural lifetime, then to be sold by my executors and the proceeds to be applied as herein after stated.

Item 3rd -- It is my will that after my decease all my stock and furniture not before disposed of and the balance of my land be sold and the proceeds distributed among my children in the following manner to wit: I give unto my son John Gay one dollar in addition to what I have heretofore given him which was a full portion of my estate;

I give unto my daughter Elizabeth Eady one dollar as her separate estate not withstanding her coverture in addition to what I have heretofore given her husband Henry Eady which was the full portion of my estate that I allotted him;

I give unto my son Thomas Gay one dollar in addition to what I have heretofore given him which was his portion of my estate; I give unto my son James Gay one dollar in addition to what I have
heretofore given him;

I give unto my son Gilbert Gay one dollar in addition to what I have heretofore given him.

The balance of my estate as well what reverts after the death of my wife Ann Gay to be equally divided among the rest of my children to wit: Temperance Brock, Martha Wright, Elias Gay and Matilda Dyer.

Item 4th -- I constitute and appoint Elias Gay and Washington Dyer executors to this my Last Will and Testament.

In ___? whereof I have hereunto set my hand, affixed my seal this 5th day of March 1847 Allen Gay

Signed, sealed in presence of:
Reuben Lee
Susan Granade
James H. Smith
David Moseley

Transcript: from Coweta County Chronicles by Mary G. Jones

Macedonia Baptist Church was constituted August 20, 1827, by Rev. James Reeves and Rev. Cyrus White, with Allen Gay, Revolutionary Soldier, Ann Gay, Nicholas Dyer, Moses Kelly, Moses Shelley, Wm. Bullard, Deborah Doster, Elizabeth Dyer, Sarah Jennings, Martha Haney and Harriet Dyer, members.

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The son of Thomas Gay and Frances Patience McDaniel Gay, Allen Gay began his Revolutionary War service when only sixteen years of age, volunteering to act as a substitute for his father, who had been summoned to appear at the high hills of Santee for twelve months' service in the North Carolina Militia. He was attached to a battalion belonging to General Nathaniel Greene's army. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, the company to which he was attached was a part of the advance, and he displayed a courage which would have done honor to veterans. Upon this occasion he actually took five of the enemy as prisoners.

After the war he moved to Georgia: first to Washington County, next to Hancock, County and finally to Coweta County. He married three times: first to Celia Rae Elbert in 1785; second to Abigail Castleberry on September 5, 1787 and then on October 1, 1824 to Ann Pickron Barton. Allen Gay died in Coweta County at the age of eighty-two. He was a worthy member of the Baptist Church and records indicate that the Macedonia Baptist Church was founded in his home in 1828. 
Gay, Allen (I4243)
12 Alvie died over Africa in a bomber, during World War II. Ashcraft, Alvie (I18107)
13 Amelia Elizabeth Skiles, b. 26/30 Aug 1808 Tennessee; dau of George McNonon Skiles (1778-1863) and Mary Ann "Polly" Justus (also spelled Justice) b. 1793 Virginia, dau of Moses Justus and Mary Gilkey. Skiles, Amelia Elizabeth (I4925)
14 Among those people who were born and reared in Boone County, Ark. . .At the present writing Jim Dean lives near Protem, Taney County, Mo., and when I interviewed him on the 15 of July, 1906, lived at Collinsville, Cherokee Nation. . .One day while Jim Dean lived on the bluff on the North side of White River from Bradley’s ferry he told me the following story which may interest those people who like to read about fierce encounters between wild animals that have took place from time to time in the hills of the Ozarks. . . Mr. Dean said that soon after the town of Harrison began Its existence, he was employed by some of the merchants to haul goods from Springfield, Mo. "I made many trips, " said he. "Sometimes I was alone, at other times accompanied by other freighters. . .On a certain occasion during the autumn days when the foliage of the trees began to assume varigated colors I was hauling a load of goods for George W. Coker who was then in the mercantile business at Harrison, but now one of the leading merchants of Lead Hill. [ [Source: Silas C. Turnbo Manuscripts, "A Fight to the Death Between a Wild Boar and Bear," vol. 5]
Coker, George Washington Sr. (I982)
15 An Isabella man injured in a single vehicle crash on 24 March 2001 has died. Harlin Donald Wallace, 67, died on March 30 (Friday) at Cox Medical Center South in Springfield. The crash occurred about 7:15 p.m. Saturday, March 24, as Wallace was driving a 1994 Oldsmobile west on Highway 160, east of Theodosia. According to the report by Corporal E.M. Shockley of Missouri State Highway Patrol, the crash occurred as Wallace failed to negotiate a curve and ran off the left side of the road and overturned. He was taken to the Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, AR, and then transferred to Cox Medical Center in Springfield, MO. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, April 3, 2001 at Clinkingbeard Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Gale Wooten officiating. Burial was in the Thornfield Cemetery with military honors. He was born 15 June 1933 in Ava, the son of Aude and Audy (Hobbs) Wallace. After graduating from high school in Gainesville in 1950, he hauled posts and grain. In 1952 he moved to California to work at McClellan Air Force Base. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force. Wallace worked at many jobs including Chief Truck Line in Kansas City and Associated Wholesale Grocers in Springfield. He also owned a sawmill operation for several years. He was a longtime member of the Teamsters Union, Eagle Lodge, and the VFW. He is survived by one daughter, Shelley Wallace of St. Augustine, FL; one sister, Hildred Knight and husband, Mose, of Springfield; one nephew, Max Knight and wife, Janie, of Purdy; two aunts, Bessie Nieboer of Mountain Home, AR; and Lizzie Absher of Gainesville; great-nephew, Jackson Knight of Purdy; great-niece, Eva Jane Knight of Purdy; and many cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Harold Wallace. Clinkingbeard Funeral Home, Gainesville, directors. [Source: Ozark County Times, 4 Apr 2001]

Wallace, Harlin Donald (I6221)
16 Anna Pridgen died Friday, June 29, at 9:45 A.M. She sat down on the side of her bed and quietly passed into that peaceful sleep. The end came sudden and without pain. John Pridgen, who is a night watchman at the block factory was asleep at the time in another room, he was called at one but his wife had breathed her last when he came to her assistance. She had been in poor health for a number of years and for the last six years was constantly under a Doctors care. All was done for her that could be done to relieve her suffering. The deceased was born in Brownington in the year 1858. she grew to womanhood in that vicinity. She was married to John Pridgen on February 28, 1880. To this union four children were born, William H. Pridgen, Corning, Iowa; Albert W. Pridgen, Kansas City. Husband John is buried in Colorado (1858 - 1931). Dempsey, Anna L. (I22852)
17 Anna was a true Matriarch. She was held in the highest esteem, and her views and opinions were valued greatly. She was very wise. She set the pace from the beginning. Her children, grandchildren and gr-greatchildren still benefit from her presence in their lives. The first Christmas without her was aptly put by her gr-greatdaughter, Marissa. She was eleven then. At the family gathering, she looked at the spot on the sofa where Anna always sat and said, "Who would have thought one little old lady could have made such a difference." High compliment! Anna saw to it her children were raised as Christians. [Descendants of Smith form sent by her daughter, Mary Sue (O'Neal) Perkins, Jun 2010] Sebille, Anna Mary (I18132)
18 Another researher [Sandra Fender...fender] says his name was William Gowan McCracken, but tombstone reads Wilbur C. McCracken, William Gowan (I1963)
19 Aquilla farmed land just south of Russellville, Kentucky, off the Old Nashville Road. He reportedly is buried on his farm in an unmarked grave which today is plowed fields. The Noe Cemetery is located across the road from Aquilla's farm and was once his son Augustine Noe's farm. Noe, Aquilla (I7372)
20 Arlene Wallace Hillhouse, 91, of Springfield passed away September 8, 2014 at Mercy Hospital. Arlene was born August 4, 1923 in Hammond, Missouri. She retired as a packer for Lily Tulip after 22 years of service. She was preceded in death by her parents William and Mary Wallace, a daughter Marilyn Riechers; a grandson Barry Riechers and two brothers, Arthur and Hughie Wallace. Arlene is survived by her husband of 72 years Fray, a son Wendell and his wife Louise, a daughter Beverly Lonesky and her husband Tom; son-in-law Gary Riechers, five grandchildren, Matt and his wife Jessica, Kevin and Beth Riechers, Amy Lonesky-Vaini and a great grandson Ryder Riechers and one brother Eldon Wallace. Graveside services will be at 10:00 A.M. Thursday, September 11, 2014 at Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield, MO under the care of Greenlawn Funeral Home East. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Wednesday September 10, 2014 in the funeral home. Wallace, Arlene (I13838)
21 ARTICLE IN THE BOWDON BULLETIN Newspaper, Bowdon, Carroll County, Georgia
Newspaper Issue of December 2, 1965

(Photo of Mr. and Mrs. George Washington Gay)

The above photograph was submitted to the Bowdon Bulletin by Robert N. Gay, grandson, who lives in the Sandy Flat Community. His grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. George Washingon Gay, were natives of Cleburne county, Ala. He helped to constitute the Macedonia Missionary Baptist church of which the late Rev. W.M.W. Anderson was the first pastor.

Mr. Gay was a maker of coffins, a Confederate soldier and served in Co. B 56 Ga. Inf. All the furniture in his home was handmade except one rocking chair. He carried water uphill, a distance of 150 yards to his home as long as he lived. He was twice married, there were four sons, three daughters and 55 grandchildren. Mr. Gay died in 1915 and Mrs. Gay in 1918. However this picture was taken several years prior to the year in which Mr. Gay died.

There is quite a contrast between clothing of that day and the present day. Mr. Gay's pants were homemade jeans, the thread having been spun and woven on the loom. The thread was dyed from herbs. The clothing of that day lasted almost a lifetime. The dress Mrs. Gay was wearing took yards and yards of material as the skirt was full and swept the floor. The material that goes in a modern dress would have in that day, been considered only enough material for an apron. The ironing required long hours as the smoothing irons were heated before an open fire. Most of the material today is "drip n dry" and requires little or no ironing.

Cleburne County, Alabama Probate Minutes Book 12, Pages 98 & 99.

Page 98: Order Appointing Commissioners: M.C Gay, widow of G.W Gay Sr. petitioned the court to appoint commissioners to do a complete inventory and appraisement of real and personal property. J.L. Jackson, J.P. Anderson, and Hamilton Smith were duly appointed to do this.

Page 99: Order Setting Apart Exemption: This was to set aside the Homestead to MC Gay, widow of GW Gay Sr. the following homestead: NE ¼ of the NW ¼ of Section 2, Township 17, Range 12 and 5 acres on West side of the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ Section 2, Township 17 and Range 12.

Final Record Book 12, Pages 167, 168, and 169.

Page 167: Report of Sale of Land: Children mentioned:

S.A. Nolen, d/o decedent, w/o John Nolen of Hightower, Alabama
A.J. Gay, s/o decedent of Ft. Myers, Florida
Eliza Brown, d/o decedent, w/o G.A. Brown of Blue Mountain, Alabama
G. Gay s/o decedent of Cleburne County, Alabama
A.C. Gay, s/o decedent of Cleburne County, Alabama
Ida White, d/o decedent, w/o G.W. White of in or near Draketown, Georgia

The following children of G.W Gay, JR, deceased:

Newell Frances Gay of Cleburne County, Alabama
Belzy Stewart, w/o Doc Stewart of Cleburne County, Alabama
Etta Ophelia Teal, w/o Joe Teal of Cleburne County, Alabama

Children of G.W Gay JR., deceased who are under 21 years of age: All are living with their mother, Ola Izora Gay widow of G.W. Gay, JR.:

Dora Gay
Bertie Gay
Vella Gay
Comer Gay
Ethel Gay
John Gay

This document was dated 10/4/1916 and signed by the three commissioners and M.C Gay, widow of G.W Gay 
Gay, George Washington (I14749)
22 Because Oma was 19 years younger than Thomas Bilderback, her parents objected to the marriage and even moved to Arkansas to keep them apat. But Thomas sent money to Oma so that she could travel back to Lebanon where they were married. [Source: Desalee (Bilderback) Ballard. Weaver, Oma Ethel (I26314)
23 block 5 Dickson, Samuel Dunn II (I28743)
24 Bob was born in Cherokee County, GA oldest son of Travis and Millie Jones. There were 9 children in all according to the 1900 census record. Eight were still living at that time. Bob, Samp, Ed, and Lay were the boys and Dellie, Mindy, Lovancy, and Lucy were the girls. I had written a letter to my great aunt Lucy before she died and she sent me their names saying that Mindy had died in a house fire. I didn't find out about the oldest sister until I started my family tree. Her name was Rose but she died as a child. Lay was my grandfather. All of the others have died and are buried in Georgia. Jones, Robert Lee (I24964)
25 Captured May 1863 by the Union Troops who killed Asa Yocham with his own gun. See S. C. Turnbo Tales. Friend, James (I6317)
26 Carter Parker died in Coosa county. His grave is one of those marked unknown that were removed from the Parker Cemtery to create Lake Martin. It is called Parker New Harmony Cemetery. The Parker families in Coosa County were all related to each other and buried in the Parker cemetery. The Parker family has a long history of marking the graves of their families and very few of the headstones were placed on the new grave location.

Carter Parker born in SC married Charity Dial they removed to Ga. where most of their children were born prior to moving to Coosa Co., Al. Carter served in the WBTS for the CSA at the Talladega Camp of Instruction. This family was closely tied to the Castleberry family of Coosa, Co. Carter's and Charity's daughter Elizabeth Parker married Lacy B. Castleberry and their son Martin Parker married the sister of Lacy B. Castleberry, Mary Ann Castleberry in Coosa Co. 
Parker, Carter (I26858)
27 CHALKLEY'S CHRONICLES; Vol 3, p 338 Source Source: S432 (S432)
28 Charity Dial Parker was the wife of Carter Parker both of South Carolina. Charity died in Coosa Co. All buried in the Old Parker Cemetery. Her grave is one of those marked unknown that were removed from the Parker Cemtery to create Lake Martin. It is called Parker New Harmony Cemetery. The Parker families in Coosa County were all related to each other and buried in the Parker cemetery. The Parker family has a long history of marking the graves of their families and very few of the headstones were placed on the new grave location. Dial, Charity (I26859)
29 Chas. Gaulding of Nottinghill, the son of Andy and Margaret Gaulding, was born April 7 1878 on his old home place where he resided at death being 62 years, 1 mo. and 24 days old. His parents precedd him in death, his father when he was 18 months old and his mother several years hence. Chas. was united in marriage to Emily J., daughter of Jas. A. and Sarah Kyle in 1897. To this union were born seven children, two boys and 5 girls: Jesse, Socia Haskins, Gertrude Wallace, allof Hammond, Ana Foster, Mildred Lane of Nottinghill and Dorris and Hervil of the home. his wife passed away 3 years and 3 months previous. Chas. was converted about the 1900 and united with Oak Dale Missionary Baptist church of which he has served as deacon for many years. Chas. was supt. of our Evergreen Sunday School which he served very faithfully, and of which influence still lives. He has been a successful farmer and stock raiser,but owing to ill health hasn't done active work in recent years. He was a devoted husband and father and a a good neighbor who was always ready to lend a helping hand for the things that were for the betterment and upbuilding of his community, by his acts and his deeds he would say to his children, relatives and neighbors, follow on. Chas. departed this life May 31, 1940 and leaves to morn their loss, besides his children, 14 grandchildren, 3 brothers and two sisters; Jim and Albert of Okla. and Herbert of St. Louis, Polly Kyle of Nottinghill, Rosa Singleton of Calif., and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon and burial made in the Gaulding Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Southern Mo. Burial Association. Gaulding, Charles (I6230)
30 Clinton Ray Cagle age 35 of Summit, Arkansas passed away on Saturday, December 30, 2006. Clinton was born in Yellville, Arkansas on March 19, 1971. He was the son of George & Naomi (Thompson) Cagle. He is survived by: his Mother: Naomi Cagle of Summit, Arkansas; his Father: George Cagle of Peel, Arkansas; his Grandmother: Mrs. Linnie Cagle of Peel, Arkansas; his brother: Clayton Cagle & his wife: Lenelle of Peel, Arkansas; is Sister: Casey Cagle of Lead Hill, Arkansas; his Nephew: Daniel Cagle of Peel, Arkansas. Clinton is also survived by several Aunts, Uncles and numerous other Relatives & Friends. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents: Arthur & Maude Thompson, his paternal grandfather: John A. [should be Henderson] Cagle, Two sisters: Coral & Chrystal Baker, His niece; Andrea McGaughey, Two uncles: Robert & Jimmy David Cagle and one Aunt; Trudy Cagle. Visitation will be held at the Burns Funeral Home in Yellville from 6-8 pm, on Wed, Jan 3, 2006. Graveside services will be conducted at the Peel Cemetery in Peel, Arkansas on Thursday, January 4th at 2:00 p.m. with Bro. Carroll Johnson & David Chapman officiating. Pallbearers will be Robbie Jones, Rick Jones, Wayne Cagle, Pate Cagle, Robert Blair & Andrew Middle. [Source: H. A. Burns Funeral Home] Cagle, Clinton Ray (I19544)
31 Columbarium No. 1 Marjorie Anita (I29932)
32 Conway--Mrs. Connie V. Hudman, 67, of Conway was killed and her husband, John C. Hudman, was injured in a fire at their home on Lake Conway Saturday night, a Mayflower Volunteer Fire Department spokesman said. Firemen said the couple went outside the house after it caught fire, but Mrs. Hudman went back inside to get a robe. She was trapped in the burning house and her husband was burned while trying to free her, a spokesman said. Hudman was listed in fair condition Wednesday at Conway Memorial Hospital, a hospital spokesman said. Mrs. Hudman was a retired employee of the Kimberly Clark Co., and was a member of College church of Christ and the Eastern Star. Other survivors are three sons, Jimmy A. Hudman of Little Rock, Bill Hudman of San Antonio, Tex. and John T. Hudman of Texas City, Tex.; two brothers, Arnold Zimmerley of Shreveport, La., and Llewellyn Zimmerley of Florida; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Lincoln of Camden, and nine grandchildren. Funeral was Tuesday by McNutt Funeral Home. Zimmerley, Constance Victoria (I220)
33 Cora Avo Austin, of Richland, Washington was born May 1, 1915, to Lula Belle Gaines Austin and John Wesley Austin in Peel, Arkansas. She married Hyrum Vernon Chappelle on December 10, 1936, in Jasper, Arkansas. Avo and Vernon lived in Richland from 1948 until Vernon's death in 1988. She continued to live in the family home until 2001. Due to declining health, she moved to assisted living in Hawthorne Court, Kennewick, Washington, from June 2001 until her hospitalization in November 2003 and her subsequent death in Hospice on November 28, 2003. Our family appreciated the care she received in Hawthorne. We will be forever grateful for her Hospice care. Avo worked in a doctor's office in her youth in Arkansas, for Lockheed Aircraft in the San Fernando Valley of California as a riveter in the war effort, and later at Kadlec Hospital in Richland as a dietician's assistant. She retired from Kadlec in 1973. Vernon and Avo were longstanding members in Richland wards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She is survived by her sister, Dorothy Wade; brother, William Austin; son, Howard R. Chappelle and wife Denice; daughter, Vernon Cathryn Hodgin and husband, Don R. Hodgin; granddaughters, Cathy L. Adkisson and husband Doug, Tami A. Tayamen and husband Steven D., Brenda L. Bergstrom and husband John Caldwell, Vikki J. Ballew and husband Robert A., Jennifer B. Scalley and husband David, Teri Hodgin-Nelson, and Kelly Hodgin-McKinney. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Vernon; parents, John Wesley and Lula Belle Gaines Austin, and siblings, Eslie Sommers, Hazel Young, Leonard Austin, and Lester Austin. Our mother was a cultivator. She loved her family, friends, flowers, and nature. She nurtured and was loved in return by her husband, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, friends, neighbors, and acquaintances. We will treasure her memory. A funeral service will be held on Monday, December 1, 2003, at 9:00 a.m. at Einan's Funeral Home in Richland. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at Einan's Funeral Home. A short grave dedication will take place at Sunset Memorial Gardens after the funeral service. The family would like you to join them after the service at Shilo Inn in Richland for a reception. [Source: Tri-City Herald, Kennewick, Washington from 11/29/2003 - 11/30/2003] Austin, Cora Avo (I5030)
34 Coy J. Nave, 93, of Pleasant Valley, MO passed away Wednesday, March 11, 2015. A visitation will be held from 10:00-11:00 a.m. Saturday, March 21 at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, Liberty, MO. A funeral service will follow at 11:00 a.m. at the church. A graveside service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Monday, March 23rd at Pontiac Cemetery, Pontiac, MO. Coy was born April 21, 1921 as one of nine children to Jacob and Martha (Johnson) Nave. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps where he proudly served his country during World War II. He married Ruth I. (Turner) on June 18, 1956. Together, they raised two children. He worked for Ford Motor Company for over 33 years retiring in 1982. Coy enjoyed fishing, hunting, and his vegetable garden. He was a long time member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church. His family remembers him as a loving, well mannered, and Godly man. Survivors include daughters, Sandra Black and husband J.R.; Cynthia Woods and husband Tommy of Kansas City, MO; grandchildren, William James, Christopher and Marcus Woods. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife; sisters, Goldie Rigsby, Ruby Wiggins, Pauline Whisnant, and Faye Nave; brothers, Tol, Rex, Elza and Tan Nave. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to: Alzheimer's Foundation of America, 322 Eighth Ave., 7th fl., New York, NY 10001. Online condolences may be expressed at (Arrangements: Speaks Suburban Chapel 816-373-3600) Nave, Coy J. (I27214)
35 Cratis Merriman of Lakeway, Arkansas died Thursday, January 1, 2004 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. He was 75 years old. Mr. Merriman was born February 1, 1928 at Peel, Arkansas to Bill and Ollie Friend Merriman. On April 18, 1986, he married Shirley Scott. He was employed as the greenskeeper for the Diamond Hills Country Club. Mr. Merriman was a lifelong resident of Marion County, Arkansas. He was a Jehovah's Witness and a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness in Flippin, Arkansas. He will be best remembered for his love of music and his wide range of musical talents.
Survivors include his wife, Shirley Merriman of Lakeway, AR; sons, Cleveland Merriman of Summit, AR and Landon Merriman of Springdale, AR; stepsons, David Nolen of Hamilton, MS and Gary Nolen of Parker, AZ; daughters, Rhonda Hager of Valley Springs, AR and Patsy Mathews of Springdale, AR; tepdaughters, Sheila Ware of Hotchkiss, CO, Betty Gazaway of Hamilton, MS, Joy Muhs of Phoenix, AZ and Cynthia Wilson of Springfield, MO; sister, Bessie King of Lakeway, AR; 26 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. His parents; son, David; brothers, Otis, Guy and Joe Merriman; and sisters, Amy Deatherage and Essie Rorie preceded him in death. Visitation was Sunday, January 4, 2004 from 3:00 until 5:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, AR. Funeral services were Monday, January 5, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville with Brother Dan Gast and Brother Jerry Halliday officiating. Burial followed in the Peel Cemetery in Peel, AR with Jerry Merriman, Joel Merriman, Merl Wood, Raymond King, Bob King and Bill Montgomery serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were Hobert King, Steve Jones and Bud Dietz. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621. {Source: Montaineer Echo Newspaper, January 8, 2004.] 
Merriman, Cratis (I8549)
36 D. B. Hall - 22 Tennessee Infantry. (Thomas J.) Freeman's Reg't.) 1" Sergeant / 1 Sergeant M231 roll 18
He died at the Battle of Belmont (November 07, 1861)

2nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Freeman's)

22nd Infantry Regiment completed its organization at Camp Trenton, Tennessee, in August, 1861. Men of this unit were recruited in Memphis and Hardeman, Carroll, Gibson, and Dyer counties. It served in Cheatham's, R.M. Russell's, and B.R. Johnson's Brigade, and saw action in the conflicts at Belmont and Shiloh. On June 16, 1862, it merged into the 12th Regiment. The field officers were Colonels Thomas J. Freeman and Lipscomb P. McMurry; Lieutenant Colonels M. H. Pirtle, A. T. Robertson, and Francis M. Stewart; and Major Benjamin T. Davis. 
Hall, David Barton Jr (I24235)
37 Danny Lewis Merriman, age 60, of Yellville, passed away Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at his home. He was born April 22, 1952 to Joe and Mary Madelyn (King) Merriman in Peel, Arkansas. He was a grader operator for Marion County Road Department for 43 years. A lifelong resident of the area, he was an avid outdoorsman who loved to hunt, fish, and cut wood. Danny is survived by his wife, Terry Risley-Merriman of Yellville; two daughters: Heather Hopkins and husband, Joey, of Lead Hill, Arkansas; and Kelly Merriman of Tulsa, Oklahoma; two brothers: Jerry Merriman and wife, Debbie; and Richard Merriman, all of Lakeway, Arkansas; three sisters: Willadean Sartin and husband, (Carl) of Fifty-six, Arkansas; Elaine Sasser and husband, Art; and Leisha Rogers and husband, Terry, all of Yellville; and eight grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Mary Jo Akins. Visitation for Danny will be Friday August 17, 2012 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas. Funeral service will be 10:00 am, Saturday, August 18, 2012 at Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Stanley Risley officiating. Interment will follow at Old Midway Cemetery near Yellville, Arkansas. Pallbearers will be Joey Sasser, Trent Merriman, Brad Wallace, Rick Wallace, Jeremy Merriman, and Patrick Chaney. Honorary pallbearers will be the workers of the Marion County Road Department. [Source: H. A. Burns Funeral Home, 0253] Merriman, Danny Lewis (I1675)
38 Daughter of John "Jack" Rowin b. abt 1815-17 in KY and Martha Ann Hoover b. May 1824 (both buried at the Liberty Cem, Dade Co, MO). Francis/Frances Jane Rowin was married about 1861 in Dade Co., MO, to Jackson Steeley. They had the following children: William J., James, R., Thomas Bazil, Mary Ann, Martha J., Joseph, Artie Bell, Ida Mae, and Viola Steeley (buried at Sinking Creek Cemetery, Dade Co, MO). Rowin, Frances Jane (I27622)
39 Daughter of John Mitchell Carr & Birdie Ola (Baker) Carr. Sister of Kathryn Gertrude Carr, Annalee Carr & Mary Josephine Carr. Wife of James Daniel Bays. Mother of Joyce Lanell Bays & Frederick Mitchell Bays. Carr, Hazel Marie (I22332)
40 Denny (Dink) Kennedy, 84 of Jones Mill Place, Cartersville, Georgia, died Sunday, November 21, 2004. Mr. Kennedy was born August 23, 1920 in Bartow County, the son of Joe kennedy and Lucy Jones Kennedy. He was a U.S. Navy veteran, having served in World War II and Korea, was retired from Dobbins Air Force Base, was a Bailiff for Bartow County for nineteen years, was a member of the Retired Men's Club, American Legion, Cartersville Masonic Blue Lodge #63, Cartersville Royal Arch #144 and Minor D. Shadburn Council #49, Senior Friends and Bartow County Seniors. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Margaret Sims Kennedy and brothers, J.T. Kennedy, Pat Kennedy, Mike Kennedy and Johnny Kennedy. Surviving are a son and daughter in law, Steve and Susan Kennedy, a daughter and son in law, Faye and Edwin Evans, grandchildren, Sharon Kennedy, Kimberly Kennedy and A.J. Evans. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, November 23, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. from Tabernacle Baptist Church with Dr. Don Hattaway officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends at the funeral home, Monday evening from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Deacons of Tabernacle Baptist Church will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Retired Men's Club, Masons and Sunday School class members. Owen Funeral Home, 12 Collins Drive, Cartersville, Georgia, is in charge of the arrangements. Kennedy, Denny (I18288)
41 Deputy Sheriff Thomas Howie was shot and killed by a Negro named Lum Duckworth, near Morrell, last Saturday afternoon. Shot five times. [Source: Ashley County Eagle, January 11, 1906] Howie, Thomas M. (I11015)
42 Died as an infant. [Source: Rebecca DeArmond-Huskey, Beyond Bartholomew: The Portland Area History. (Conway, Ark.: River Road Press, 1996), 353.] Austin, George Henry (I8749)
43 Died as infant. [Source: Rebecca DeArmond-Huskey, Beyond Bartholomew: The Portland Area History. (Conway, Ark.: River Road Press, 1996), 353.] Austin, Drew (I8750)
44 Died at age 7. [Source: Rebecca DeArmond-Huskey, Beyond Bartholomew: The Portland Area History. (Conway, Ark.: River Road Press, 1996), 353.] Austin, Homer (I8751)
45 Donald R. Bilderback was born Dec. 25, 1937. He was active in community service. He is survived by his children, Kelly and Chris Bochnicek, Steven Bilderback, and Kathleen and Tom Matthews; grandchildren, Douglas and Theresa, Donald and David Bochnicek; great-grandchildren, Maria and Anabelle Bochnicek; sisters and brother-in-law, Wanda Kollmorgen and Joyce and Fred Frazier. He was preceded in death by his wife, Donna Bilderback; brother, Duane Bilderback; and sister, Norma Korff. Braman Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. [Source: Washington County Enterprise, Blair, Nebraska, August 9, 2011] Bilderback, Donald Ray (I26537)
46 Donnie Sue JENKINS of Yellville, Arkansas died Thursday, September 16, 2004 at her residence north of Yellville. She was 59 years old. Mrs. JENKINS was born June 18, 1945 at Peel, Arkansas to Guy William and Melva Miranda KING MERRIMAN. She was employed as a Time Study Engineer for LaBarge Electronics Company. Survivors include her husband, Rodney JENKINS of Yellville, AR; sons, Owen BLACKWELL and Greg BLACKWELL both of Yellville, AR; step-sons, Craig JENKINS of Lead Hill, AR and John JENKINS of Buffalo, MO; step-daughter, Beverly RIDER of Harrison, AR; mother, Mrs. Melva MERRIMAN of Yellville, AR; brother, Joel MERRIMAN of Yellville, AR; and eight grandchildren. Her father, Guy MERRIMAN, and brother, Bobby J. MERRIMAN, preceded her in death. Graveside services were held Saturday, September 18, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. at Peel Cemetery in Peel, Arkansas with Brother Carroll Johnson officiating. No visitation was scheduled. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621. [Source: Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, September 23, 2004] Merriman, Donnie Sue (I19711)
47 Dorothy Jewel Brooks, 88, of Crossett died Thursday, January 29, 2009, at her residence. Born on February 23, 1920, in Fountain Hill to Zack & Mary Roberson, Mrs. Brooks was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church for over 60 years where she was active in the Harmony Sunday School class. Survivors include two sons, Bob Brooks and wife Sandra of Crossett and Dr. Jack Brooks and wife Tommie Jean of Arlington, TX; one daughter, Sharon Kaye Gates and husband Mike of Crossett; one brother, Jimmy Roberson of Bastrop, LA; one sister, Joann Harris of Crossett; seven grandchildren; thirteen great-grandchildren and five step-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Richard L. "R.L." Brooks; and a sister, Maxine Byrd McKee. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Sunday, February 1, in the First Baptist Church of Crossett with Dr. Greg Pierce officiating. Pallbearers were Jay Scriber, Kirk Scriber, Barret Scriber, Mark Brooks, Cary Carter, Kevin Terry and Andrew Sypien. Burial followed at Pinewood Memorial Park under the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett. Roberson, Dorothy Jewel (I10404)
48 Double Wedding ceremony on 29 Oct 1911 with William Osborn and Clara Sanders. Family F1316
49 During the Civil War, Alonzo Church Montgomery was in 35th Mississippi Infantry, Co. He was captured at Vicksburg, again near Nashville, was at a military prison at Louisville, KY in 1864. Finally sent to Camp Douglas in Chicago. He was discharged 19 Jun 1865. Returned to his farm near Henryville, MS. Montgomery, Alonzo Church (I4615)
50 During the Civil War, Hiram Fee was described as age 44, 5'9", dark complexion, blue eyes, born in Harlan, enrolled 1 Oct 1863, discharged by reason of death 17 Dec 1863 at Camp Nelson. Member of 47th Kentucky Volunteers Roster of Company F. Confederate States of America. Fee, Calvin (I1776)

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