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201 Republic- Funeral arrangement for Samuel Grand Sanders, 73, Rout 2 Republic, who died Wedesnday of a self-inflicted gunshot would according to officials, will be at 1:30p.m. Saturday in Hood Methodist Church. The Rev J.K. Wright and the Rev. Bill Cundiff will officiate and burial will be in Lindsey Cemetery under direction of Cantrell. Survivors include his wife, Mae; two sons, Elvin, Route 2, Vernon Republic; a sister Mrs. Lottie Bussard, Republic, a brothe John of Springfield. Sanders, Samuel Grant (I14511)
202 Rev. Marvin W. Ponder, age 78, of Canton, passed away on Sunday, November 06, 2011. Funeral services are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at the Sosebee Memorial Chapel with Rev. Leroy Blackwell and Rev. Luke Wheeler officiating. Interment will follow in Pleasant Arbor Baptist Church Cemetery. Rev. Ponder was an Ordained Baptist Minister and avid music lover who once was a member of the group "Fellowship Gospel." He was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Sally Ponder; brother, Ronald Ponder. Survivors include his wife, Estelle Ponder of Canton; brother, Douglas Ponder, Sr. of Sharpsburg; sisters, Jeanette (J.T.) Johnson of Canton, Betty Whitfield of Canton; special caregiver, Brenda Howell of Canton. A host of nieces and nephews also survive. Sosebee Funeral Home, Canton, GA, is honored to serve the family. Ponder, Marvin W. (I18348)
203 Riley Spencer, son of John and Nancy (Smith) Ragland was born October 12, 1856 and passed away Saturday evening, January 31, 1931 at his home three miles northeast of Phillipsburg. He married Louise Hawkins November 11, 1873, who preceded him in death ten years ago. Funeral services were held at the home conducted by Rev. John A. Russell and burial was in the McFall Cemetery, directed by J.H. Moffat. He leaves to mourn his loss; four sons, Edward of Phillipsburg, Ulys of Kansas City, John of Denver, CO.and Artley of Phillipsburg; two daughters, Ella Coonce of Phillipsburg and Etolia Biggs of St. Louis; two nephews, Hugh and Arthur of Phillipsburg; 13 grandchildren. Ragland, Riley Spencer (I26761)
204 Ruth Evans, 85, of Peel, died Saturday, Oct. 11 (2008) at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Graveside service will be at 2 p.m Tuesday, Oct. 14, at Peel Cemetery under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville. There will be no visitation. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Peel Cemetery Fund, c/o Fred Austin. The daughter of the late Troy and Garla (Barkhimer) Risley was born March 22, 1923, at Peel. She was the wife of P.R. Evans. [Source: Harrison Daily Times website, October 13, 2008] Risley, Ruth (I3921)
205 S/Sgt. Ray Gonce, 32, wounded Sept. 15 in Vietnam, died Wednesday, Oct. 19, in San Diego Naval Hospital. He was a veteran of 11 years service in the United States Marines. Reared at Highlandville, he was a member of the Highlandville Baptist Church. Survivors include his father, Lonnie Gonce of Ontario, Calif.; his mother, Mrs. Opal Walker of Highlandville and two brothers, Roy and Everett, both of state of California. Funeral services for S/Sgt. Ray L. Gonce were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Harris Chapel here with the Rev. Hubert Swearengin officiating . Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery. Gonce, Ray Lonnie (I19903)
206 Salina Dearing married Joel Walter Weaver August 5, 1851 in White Co., Tennessee by Andrew Graham, Esq. She was born about 1832 in Tennessee and died before 1867 at Fayetteville, Washington Co, Arkansas and is buried there. Names on multi sided stone: IN MEMORY Salina Weaver, Martha C Stewart Weaver b 1825 married June 6,1867, Nancy M Thomas Weaver w/o Joel Weaver m March 14,1875, Hannah E Davis Weaver w/o Joel Weaver married Feb 16, 1881, Nancy E Weaver, Benjamin F Weaver, Wesley C Weaver, Albert W Weaver, Stephen H Weaver. Names of wives and children of Joel Weaver born 1831, he was Justice of the Peace in Laclede Co, Mo, buried in Hough Cemetery, Laclede Co,Mo Dearing, Salina (I28006)
207 Samuel Hoover was the son of John William Hoover and Nancy (Sutton) Hoover. Samuel was born in Hoover's Gap, Rutherford County, Tennessee and died in Everton, Dade County, Missouri. He married Frances (Stone) in 1821 in Bedford, Tennessee and they had 12 children. Samuel and Frances are buried in Liberty Cemetery near Everton, Missouri. We found Frances Hoover's headstone but could not find Samuel's. There were a couple of graves with no markers next to hers and I suspect one of them was Samuel's. Hoover, Samuel (I27611)
208 Sanctuary of Trust, Lot 0 Fee, Dee Forrest (I29929)
209 Sarah and Mariah were the slave mentioned in Charles Sansing's will. (Slave), Mariah (I3771)
210 Sarah and Mariah were the slave mentioned in Charles Sansing's will. (Slave), Sarah (I6099)
211 sec 2 lot 12 Thompson, James Tillar (I28921)
212 Served in Larkin Bunch's Company as of 22 May 1861 muster-in roll. Company was organized at Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas, May 22, 1861, by Captain Larkin Bunch. It was assigned as Company B, Fourth Regiment, Arkansas State Troops- Colonel James David Walker, commanding. Fought at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri, August 10, 1861. The company was mustered out of service at Camp Rector, Arkansas, August 30, 1861, along with the other State Troops. Its members returned home, where most of them soon enlisted in regular Confederate regiments. McCracken, Francis Marion (I11781)
213 Served time in prison after killing his father. When released, he spent his life serving the Lord in his ministry. Davenport, Thomas Russell (I12038)
214 Services for Joe Andrew Higginbotham, Jr, 78, of Monroe, LA, were at 2 p. m. Saturday, September 4, 1999, at Kilpatrick's chapel on Lamy Lane in Monroe with Rev Jim Brown officiating. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery in Monroe. Mr. Higginbotham died Wednesday, September 1, 1999. He was born July 24, 1921, in Hamburg to Joe and Estelle Higginbotham and grew up in Ashley County. He served his country in the Army Air Corps and married his high school sweetheart, Jean Anita Bradney Higginbotham, who preceded him in death. He spent 35 years in the finance business, mostly in Monroe, with Friendly Finance, retiring in 1983. He spent his retirement years with his beloved Mary Jo Williams Higginbotham hunting and fishing until her untimely death. He was a member of Graham Surghnor Masonic Lodge #383, F&AM, the Monroe Scottish Rite bodies, and was a York Rite Mason. He was a member of the Barak Shrine Temple where he served as a member of the provost guard and a member of the High Twelve Club of NLU. He regularly volunteered his time and energies to many worthwhile projects. He attended the Fist Baptist Church of Monroe as often as his health would allow. Survivors include his two sons, Joe and Brad Higginbotham of Grand Junction, CO; three stepchildren, James and Ken Williams and Karen Carnahan of West Monroe; 14 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; a sister, Agnes Weldon of Chebeaque Island, Maine; and a brother, W. T. Higginbotham of Hamburg. [Ashley County Ledger, Sepember 8, 1999] Higginbotham, Joe Andrew Jr. (I6530)
215 Services for Mr. Rodolph Conrad Whitten, age 81, of Monroe will be at 1 p.m., June 10, 2004, at Parkview Baptist Church, Monroe with Rev. Terry Barnes officiating. Burial will be in the Twin Cities Memorial Gardens, West Monroe, under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe. Whitten, a member of Parkview Baptist Church, was born on June 9, 1922, and died on June 8, 2004. He was retired from L.S.U. Agricultural Extension Service and was a veteran of World War II having served in the Navy. Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Dorothy Dillon Whitten of Monroe; daughters and sons-in-law, Mary Grace and Bob Bozeman of Monroe and Connie and Benny Chelette of West Monroe; son, William Conrad Whitten of Dallas, TX; three granddaughters, Heather Bozeman, Molly Bozeman, and Morgan Chelette; sister, Clellon Blue of Vicksburg, MS; and brother, Trowley Whitten of Grayson, LA. Visitation will be from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. June 9, 2004, at Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to Parkview Baptist Church or your favorite charity. Whitten, Rodolph Conrad (I6079)
216 Ship departed from Holland...check passenger lists.

Heinrich Kasselberg arrived Philadelphia 6 Oct 1683 aboard the Concord. He applied for naturalization 7 Mar 1691 [Patent Book A, folio 275 located in Juniata College Library, Huntingdon, PA] and was accepted 29 Dec 1709, along with Francis Daniel Pastorius, William Rittenhouse and others. It was signed by Thomas Lloyd, Deputy governor of Pennsylvania. He with 25 others survived to be re-naturalized in 1709, by act of the assembly, 1708-09. (Rupps Immigrants in Pennsylvania, 1727-1766, p.431) After naturalization his name was angelicized to Henry Kesselberry and finally to Casselberry.

Will of Heinrich Kesselberg (Henry Castleberry)

I Henry Casslbery of this County of Philadelphia this 16 Day of Agust 1729 being sick and weak do Make this My Last will and Testament in the following manor and form that is My Soul I Recommend into the hands of god that gave it and my body to the ground to be buried in a Christian Lik and Desent manner at the discretion of My Executors --

-Item I give and bequeath unto Katharn My well beloved wife whom I mak Institute and ordain with my son Dereck Casslbery to be my Soul Executors of this my last will and testament On half of my Land with the buildings and all the Movables and flock there on I give to My Son Dereck the other half of my land to be imediately and wholy his one Item after my wifes Diceass I give that part of land to my son John Casselbery if he proves dutifull to his Mother and if other wise I give but ten pounds to be paid when his Mother see fitt

- Item I give to my Son William Casslbery the sum of Eight pounds
- Item I give to my Son Paul Casslbery the Sum of Ten pounds to my Daughter Eve Basett give Eight pounds
- Item I give to my Daughter Elizabeth Casselbery the Sum of Eight pounds
- Item I give unto my Daughter Mary Casselbery Eight pounds
- Item I give unto my Daughter Katharn Casselbery the Sum of Eight pounds & to my three young Daughters parts to be paid after Marriage & My Son and Daughter William Casslbery and Eve Basitt shall have their parts in Eight years after My Diseas.
-Item My will is Such Concerning the Land that my Son Paul now is on that he Shall give his Obligation to My Execittors for what mony thay are oblige to pay on that Account the Ten pounds which I have given him In this my will to be alowed him.

Signed Sealle Published and Pronounced
to be My last Will and Testament

In the presents of his
Johan Caspar Leulbecker (Henry Casselbery)
Thomas Lock, Jun affirm mark
4 Sep 1720
Richard Jonas

Philada: Septe. 4: 1729: Thou personally appeared John Casper Leulbecker & Thos: Lock Two of the Witnesses to ye foregoing Will & the said John Casper Leulbecker on his solemn affirmation according to law & the said Thos: Lock on his Oath did Declare they saw heard the above named Henry Casselbery the Testator Sign Seal publish & pronounce the foregoing Will to be his Last Will & Testament & that at his Doing thereof he was of sound mind Memory & understanding to the best of their Knowledge.

Corain. (?)
(signature of ?????)
Will No. W-125-1729 orderd from the Register of Wills. Room 180.
City Hall, Philadelphia, PA 19107 
Kesselberg, Heinerich auf (I587)
217 Sistler, Byron, complier. 1850 Census Tennessee. Vol. 3, Gaskell through Jonas volumes. Evanston, Ill: Bryan Sistler & Associates, 1975.

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218 SIX-YEAR HATRED HELD MOTIVE FOR PEUBLO SLAYING. Father of Young Outlaw Shot by Deputy Jailed for Cool Murder.
Pueblo, (Colo.) Nov 16--Brooding hatred, engendered by a gun battle six years ago, was seen by authorities today as the possible motive for the cold-blooded slaying of Charles Fescus. Fescus was shot down by some one who kncked at his door and opened fire without warning when Fescus answered. He was almost instantly killed. Sheriff Lew Worker today held Lester Gonce Sr. in jail here for investigatio in connection with the slaying. Six years ago Fescus, then a deputy sheriff shto lester Gonce Jr. then a 14 year old boy. The boy was a veteran in crime even then. He had been in gun battles before. Fescus shot him when Goce attempted to shoot his way out of a posse which had trapped him. Trail of Terror-- Since that day the Gonce brothers, Lester and Forrest, have blazed a long trail of terror through southern Colorado. They have been in a dozen gun fights. They have robbed banks. Once Forrest raided a jail single handed, captured the jailor and attempted to release his borther, Lester, who was held there. The attempt failed only because the jailor did not have the keys to Lester's cell. Sheriff Worker today said that the elder Gonce had come to Pueblo Sunday from his mountain rance at Rye, Colo., the headquarters of the Gonces. Guns, Overshoes Check---When he left the ranch, Worker said Gonce had a .45 caliber revolvar--the kind of a gun that killed Fescus. Overshoes worn by Gonce when he was arrested in a rooming house here under an assumed name made tracks of the type found in the mud near Fescus's home. Sullen, Gonce sat in his cell today and muttered bitterly against Fescus because "he shot my boy." Worker was unable, however, to get him to admit the slaying. [Source: Freso Bee Republican (Fresno, CA), November 16, 1932]

INSANE CRIMINALS ESCAPE. Four Dangerous Men Are at Large in Colorado.
Pueblo, Colo. Four dangerous insane criminals, two of them claimed killers, were at large Saturday following their escape from the state hospital here. One of them is the notorious Lester Gonce, sr., 55, alleged murderer himself and father of Forest and Lester Gonce, Jr. "baby bandits" who terrorized southern Colorado for several years. Forest Gonce, who was following in the criminal footsteps of his father while hardly more than a boy, is an inmate of the asylum here now. Gonce, sr., was committed to the hospital after conviction of slaying a deputy sheriff. Those who escaped with him were Albert Carlson, 25; Ultimee Jimmenz, 66 and Will Rogers, 30. Carlson was convicted of murder of William Keeting, Denver policeman, in 1931. His sentence was from 65 years to life imprisonment. He has figured in several previous escape attempts. Rogers was sentenced for burglary. [Source: The Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, NE), September 11, 1938] 
Gonce, Lester Olonzo Sr. (I12385)
219 Son of William and Temperance Ann Gay Brock, Marion married Mary Ann Wise in about 1851. In about 1883, they moved from Carroll County Georgia to Franklin County Arkansas. They were living in Sebastian County Arkansas in 1910. Marian served the Confederate Army in Cobb's Legion and was wounded in the thigh at the Battle of Chancellorsville. He received a pension based on his service. Brock, Washington Marion (I27783)
220 Son of William Brock and Temperance Ann Gay Brock; He married Mary Ann Attaway(1828-1911) and had 12 children: John M., William C., James F., Mary M.(Hay), Joseph B., Martha S. (Miles), Jefferson C., Malissa A.(Archer), F. Marion, Ben Hill, Thomas W., Oscar H. The children's names are listed on William and Mary's tombstone. 5 of the sons were Doctors or Dentists. Brock, William Thomas (I27781)
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