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201 Never married. Owen, Hardy Elam (I8462)
 
202 Never married. Owen, James Victor (I8463)
 
203 Never married. Howie, Robert A. (I10553)
 
204 Never Married. Yocham, Jess (I14352)
 
205 Never Married. Yocham, Grover Glenn (I14370)
 
206 No children born. King, Anna Nora (I9039)
 
207 No children. Jenkins, Mabel (I13033)
 
208 No children. Jenkins, Vera (I13035)
 
209 Noble Beall was born in Paulding County in 1919, son of James Guy Beall and Imogean Walker Beall. He was the youngest of seven children named Lillian Blanche Beall Adcock, Vivian Olive Beall McDaniel, James Aubrey Beall, Gordie Mae Beall, Lowell Eugene Beall Sr., and Kerwin Lawrence Beall. He was married first in 1942 to Florence Louise Jones and second to Mary Evelyn Johnston. He raised a fine family of nine children. Rhonda Jane Beall Hawkins being the eldest. Followed by Larry Noble Beall and Kenneth Aubrey Beall. Mary brought 4 children into the marriage and they became Beall-Dudleys. James Kenneth Dudley, Henry Keith Dudley, Deborah Elaine Dudley Burkhalter, and Timothy Bryan Dudley. Added to this mix is David Christopher Beall and Thomas Guy Beall. This makes up a wonderful family that anyone could be proud of in the area of Lindale, Georgia. Mr. Noble William Beall, age 86, 17 Westeria Drive, passed away Friday, March 24, 2006, at his residence. Mr. Beall was born in Paulding County on June 5, 1919, son of the late J. Guy Beall and the late Imogene Walker Beall. He was also preceded in death by his step-mother, Rose Martin Beall, by three sisters, Vivian Beall McDaniel, Lillian Beall Adcock, and Gordie Mae Beall and by three brothers, Kerwin, Lowell, and Aubrey Beall. Mr. Beall retired from Georgia Power as Fleet Crew leader with the North Cobb office following over 30 years of employment. He was a member of the Second Avenue Baptist Church. Mr. Beall was a veteran of the U.S. Army and served during World War II. Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Evelyn Johnston Dudley, to whom he was married on Sept. 8, 1964. Nine children Mrs. Rhonda Beall Hawkins and her husband, David, of Adairsville; Larry Beall and his wife, Nannette, of Silver Creek; Ken Dudley and his wife, Teresa, of Silver Creek; Ken Beall and his wife, Denice, of Watkinsville; Mrs. Deborah Dudley Burkhalter and her husband, Mike, of Silver Creek; Keith Dudley and his wife, Rachel, of Atlanta; Tim Dudley and his wife, Jan, of Lindale; Chris Beall and his wife, Hope, of Lindale; and Tom Beall of Rome.18 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held Monday at 4 p.m. in the Chapel at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home with the Rev.Larry Davis officiating. Interment will follow in Rome Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home today from 4 to 8 p.m. At other hours, they may be contacted at the residence. Mr. Beall's sons will serve as pallbearers and include Larry Beall, Ken Dudley, Ken Beall, Keith Dudley, Tim Dudley, Chris Beall, Tom Beall, and Mike Burkhalter. His grandchildren will serve as honorary pallbearers. Beall, Noble William (I25015)
 
210 Obituary
Tommy Foster, 32, of Montrose, a construction truck driver, died Sunday. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Jones-Barnett Funeral Home of Hamburg. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Survivors are his parents, Bobby E. and Betty Corder Jones of Hamburg; a brother, Jeffrey A. Foster of Hamburg and Harvey Jones of Cleveland, Miss; two stepsisters, Bobbie Ann LaMastus of Pope, Miss., and Cindy Tripp of St. Petersburg, Fla.; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Corder and Morrell Foster, all of Hamburg.

State Briefs, Arkansas Gazette
Monticello-- Thomas Foster, Jr., 33, of Montrose (Ashley County) drowned Sunday evening in the Saline River while trying to rescue two children. Drew County Sheriff Tommy Free said Foster's body was recovered about 1:45 p.m. Monday in 9 feet of water about 30 yards from where he was last seen. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Free said Foster was with his girlfriend and her two children. He didn't know their names, but the sheriff said the oldest child was 3. The children were wading in shallow water when the current pulled them under, he said. Foster was taken under as he tried to rescue them, he said. The children reportedly were saved by people in a boat. 
Foster, Guy Thomas Jr. (I2776)
 
211 Odes Uvaldor Taylor of Campbell died Aug. 2, 2006, in Greenville. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home chapel. Burial will be at Brigham Cemetery. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Born Dec. 1, 1922, in Gladewater, he was the son of Daffin and Velma Holden Taylor. He married Vena Jones on Oct. 12, 1942, in Chickasha, Okla. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 1952 and was stationed in Adak, Alaska, where he received the World War II Victory medal, American Theatre and Good Conduct medal. Mr. Taylor worked at E-Systems from 1956 and retired in 1975 with a medical disability. He was a retired pastor, having served at several Baptist churches in and around Hunt County from 1965 to 1990. He was a member of the Wolfe City Excelsior Masonic Lodge 505 where he was a 32nd Degree Mason. Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Douglas and Freda Taylor of Campbell; daughters and sons-in-law Shirley and Jimmy Sloan of Greenville and Deborah and Ricky Sanders of Campbell; sisters Myrl Tosh of Cove, Ark., Hollie Carmin of Minnesota, Edna Webb of Houston and Margie Cain of Henderson; grandchildren Chris Moser, Baret Sanders, Jeff Sanders and Jeff Branch of Greenville, Glenn Taylor and Shayla Taylor of Campbell; Bradley Sloan of McKinney, Gary Taylor of Mesquite, Carisa Greer of Merit and Jessie Branch of Commerce; 18 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and special friends and caregivers Joanne Lewis of Greenville and First Choice Healthcare agency in Commerce. He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years; a brother, Glenn Douglas Taylor; two sisters, Mildred Taylor and Virginia Drew; and grandson Rodney Taylor. Pallbearers will be Chris Moser, Baret Sanders, Glenn Taylor, Gary Taylor, Jeff Sanders, Jessie Branch and Jeff Branch. Honorary pallbearers will be Shayla Taylor, Jacob Taylor, Weldon Sloan and Gary Lee Taylor. [Source: The Greenville Herald Banner] Taylor, Odes Uvaldor (I21181)
 
212 Oreece Kelley Higginbotham, 81, of Hamburg died Thursday, June 4, 2009, at her residence. A native and lifelong resident of Hamburg, she was a homemaker, a member of the First Baptist Church since 1959 where she was the secretary of the children's department, a member of the choir and Women's Missionary Union for many years, and she was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by her husband of 64 years, Lavon "Slick" Higginbotham of Hamburg; a son, Marion Higginbotham of Crossett; three daughters, Marilyn Chambers of Hamburg, Barbara Gifford of Crossett and Judy Pierce of North Little Rock; eight grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mack Kelley & Vennie Mae Wallace Higginbotham, and her grandparents that raised her, Pres & Ossie Wallace. Funeral services were at 4 p.m., Friday, June 5, in the First Baptist Church with Dr. Bobby Pennington officiating. Burial followed at the Promise Land Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jackie Lauhon, Zack Lauhon, Stuart Higginbotham, David Streeter, Jason Pierce, Ben Wood, Greg Griswould, Jon Jackson and Morris Knight. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 352, Hamburg, AR 71646 or to the Hamburg High School Scholarship Fund, P. O. Box 30, Hamburg, AR 71646 Funeral arrangements were by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Online guest book at www.jones-hartshorn.com [Source: Ashley County Ledger, June 3, 2009] Kelley, Oreece (I21672)
 
213 Orphan of William Lindsey. Returns 1829-30-31-32-33-34-35-36-37-38-39-40-41-42-43-44-45 by John C. Taylor, gdn, Received account from estate of Jeptha Lindsey [grandfather]. [Source: Joseph W. Watson, Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina, 1777-1859 (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 342]. Lindsey, Bennett (I21271)
 
214 Orville Clenton Hill, 74, of Eudora died Friday, October 29, 2004, at his residence. Born December 26, 1929, in Portland to Leroy and Stella Culp Hill, he attended Oklahoma State University and was a U.S. Air Force veteran. He was a retired lineman for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. and an agent for State Farm Insurance for 15 years. He was a member of Cowboy Hunting Club and a member of Omega Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon for the past 52 years. Survivors include his wife, Nancy Hill; two daughters, Martha Hyde and husband Donald of Eudora and Barbara Heath and husband Douglas of Carriere, MS; one sister, Ana Grubb of Hamburg; three grandchildren, Richard Pambianchi and Leila Pugh, both of McGehee, and Allison Atchley of Eudora; and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother, Lavon Hill. Funeral services were held Sunday, October 31, at 2 p.m. at Omega Baptist Church with Bro. Otis Mackey, Bro. James Hayes and Bro. Mickey Manning officiating. Burial was at Mt. Carmel Cemetery under the direction of Bishop Funeral Home of Eudora. Hill, Orville Clenton (I25259)
 
215 Other researchers say his name was Jasper. Hackworth, Jasper (I11313)
 
216 Others say he was born in North Carolina. Denison, Lewis C. (I805)
 
217 Otho Ferguson Ford was born on 20 May 1921 in Lindale, Texas, to Victor Roe Ford and his wife Mary Elvira Ferguson. Otho wife's name was Lucile; they were the parents of two children. Otho died, 18 December 1986, aged 65, and was buried at Bethesda Cemetery in Smith County, Texas. Ford, Otho Ferguson (I22306)
 
218 Our Dad, Lloyd Wallace (89), passed away at 8:40 p.m. on October 2nd, 2011. He was born on January 23rd, 1922 by the late Dow and Lilly Wallace. He was preceded in death by his wife Vera and his sisters Eloise, Geneva and Louise. He is survived by his brothers Dean, Ted and Burvil, his oldest son Ron and his wife Judith, his son Randy and his wife Nedra and his youngest son Reggie. He is also survived by his grandchildren Josh Wallace, Rachel Wallace, Brett Wallace, Georgia Wallace, Rhian Wallace and Reyne Wallace. He also leaves behind many cousins, nephews, nieces and his dear friend and close companion of 8 years Vivian Louckes. Dad served in the U.S.Navy during World War II and earned many honors. It was while he was on leave on December 4th, 1941 in San Diego that Dad married our wonderful mother Vera--just 3 days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. After the attack, Dad was immediately transported to the South Pacific to resume his duties. After leaving the Navy after 8 years of service, he attended Southwest Missouri State University and earned his Bachelor of Science in Education. Afterwards he attended the University of Missouri in Columbia where he earned his Masters Degree in Social Work. After college, Dad started his career in the Missouri State Welfare Service, starting as a caseworker and slowly moving upward to higher and more responsible positions. Dad finally retired from the State after serving as the Director of Welfare for the City of Saint Louis and for a brief period of time as the Assistant State Director of Welfare in Jefferson City. When Dad retired, he wanted to be closer to his southwestern Missouri roots. He and Mom moved to Springfield where they could be close to most of their family and friends. Lloyd was a member of the First General Baptist Church in Springfield, MO. Dad was both a wonderful father to us and a wonderful husband to our Mom. Dad always loved watching the Cardinals, and in retirement also learned to love gardening and golf. As a young father, Dad continually stressed to us when we were very young and throughout our high school years that we needed to go to college so that we could be successful in life. He also taught us many things, including how to play baseball when we were young kids and even served as our coach and manager of our little league teams. Dad was a good man and a good father and we will miss him greatly forever. Services to celebrate our Dad's life will be held on Wednesday, October 5, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. in the First General Baptist Church, (Walnut St.) Springfield, MO. with burial at 2:00 p.m. in the Lutie Cemetery, Theodosia, MO. with full military honors by Ava American Legion #112 & VFW #5993. Visitation will be Tuesday, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the Clinkingbeard Funeral Home, Ava, MO. Officiating will be Pastor Dean Trivett. Memorials may be made to Charity of choice. [Source: Clinkingbeard Funeral Homes online]

A memorial celebration for Lloyd Wallace, 89, of Mount Vernon, was scheduled for today, Oct. 5, 2011, in the First General Baptist Church in Springfield with Pastor Dean Trivett officiating. Mr. Wallace died Oct. 2 in the Missouri Veterans Home in Mount Vernon. He was born Jan. 23, 1922, to Dow and Lilly Wallace in Ozark County. On Dec. 4, 1941, while on Navy leave, he married Vera Jones in San Diego, Calif. The attack on Pearl Harbor, launching America into World War II, came three days later, and Mr. Wallace was immediately transported to the South Pacific to resume his Navy duties. He served eight years with the Navy and then earned his B.S. in education from Southwest Missouri State College, now Missouri State University. Later he earned a master's degree in social work from the University of Missouri in Columbia. After college, he began a career with the Missouri State Welfare Service, starting as a caseworker and working his way up to higher level positions. For a brief period he served as assistant state director of welfare in Jefferson City. He retired as director of welfare for the city of Saint Louis. After retiring, he and his wife moved to Springfield to be closer to his southwestern Missouri roots. He was a member of the First General Baptist Church in Springfield. He was a loving father and husband. He enjoyed gardening, golf and watching Cardinals baseball games. He is survived by his brothers, Dean, Ted and Burvil Wallace; sons Ron and wife Judith, Randy and wife Nedra, and Reggie. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Josh Wallace, Rachel Wallace, Brett Wallace, Georgia Wallace, Rhian Wallace and Reyne Wallace. He also leaves behind many cousins, nephews, nieces and his close companion of eight years, Vivian Louckes. He was preceded in death by his wife, Vera, and his sisters, Eloise, Geneva and Louise. Burial was to be in Lutie Cemetery in Theodosia with full military honors by Ava American Legion #112 & VFW #5993.

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Lloyd attended school in Ozark County, Missouri. He served in the Navy from 1941 to 1947, and was engaged in several of the South Pacific Naval Battles of WWII. Lloyd graduated from SMS College in Springfield and received his Masters Degree in 1954 at Missouri University in Columbia, Missouri. He taught school in Ozark County and since receiving his Master's Degree, he has been engaged in Welfare Work for the State of Missouri, including Director of Ozark County and Assistant Director of Jackson County in Kansas City, Missouri and Director of Welfare in St. Louis County at St. Louis, Missouri. 
Wallace, Lloyd Javerell (I13375)
 
219 Pauline Wallace, age 92, of Springfield, MO passed away Saturday, February 26, 2011. She was born January 14, 1919 in Lutie, MO to Raymond and Dorothy Herd Ledbetter. Pauline was preceded in death by her parents; husband Glennie Wallace and sister Lourine Upton. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Gayla and AJ Rorie, brother John Ledbetter, along with several nieces, nephews and special friends. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, March 2, 2011 at 1:00 PM at the True Hope General Baptist Church in Theodosia, MO. Visitation will be held one hour before the funeral services. Donation may be made to the Lutie Cemetery. Clinkingbeard Funeral Home, Gainesville, MO, directors. Ledbetter, Pauline (I1254)
 
220 Payton Keesee, one of the first county judges of Ozark County, Missouri, was born about 1800 in Virginia. He was the son of Elias Keesee, who was of French descent. In 1816, Payton and two companioins came to the upper White River. They explored the river as far up as Elbow Creek. Shortly after coming to Ozark County, probably in 1817, Payton married Nancy Graham, daughter of Peter Graham who was a Kentucky pioneer of Welsh descent. After their marriage, they settled in Ozark County. Like many pioneers, they roamed around and lived in many places in North Arkansas and Southern Missouri. Their daughter, Ludinda Keesee, was probably the first white child born in the vicinity of Forsyth, Taney Co., Missouri. In 1833, Payton was listed as a landowner in Greene County, MIssouri, however, at this time Greene County encompassed most of Southwest Missouri. When Ozark County was organized, the pioneers elected Payton as their first county judge in 1842. There were some laws, but those which did exist were printed. Payton could not read, so he employed Josiah Haskins to read for him. He served out his term satisfactorily with few complaints from the people.

Paton Keesee with his family left Little North Fork in Ozark County, Mo. in the year 1828 and moved to North west Arkansas and settled a place on the west fork of White River 12 miles below the head spring of White River in Washing County. He built a log house and cleared a few acres of land. There were an abundance of wild cherry trees on this stream and Mr. Keesee and family used it for fire wood. Mr. Keesees father in law Peter Graham went with him to the west fork and died there and is buried on this land. One day while Mr. Keesee was at work in his clearing he sent to the house for his wife to come and assist him in measuring the land he had cleared. His wife had just put on a lot of cherry tree wood on the fire which was burning briskly, but she taken her children and went out to where her husband was and shortly after she had left the house it took fire and burned down. They did not get to save anything. Their bread corn and other provisions was stored in the house and it and all their household including their wearing apparel only what they had on went up in smoke and ashes. Washington County was thinly settled then and the family underwent sore trials and hardships before they were able to recruit their bedding and wearing clothes. Mr. Keesee could renew his supply of meat out of wild game in the forest as long as he was able to procure ammunition, but there was no bread corn for sale nearer than the Arkansas River and Mr. Keesee went there and made arrangements with a settler on that stream for a supply of bread corn until he could raise a crop. This corn was carried on horse back all the way from the Arkansas River to his home on West Fork. During the following year he and family returned back to Little North Fork, where he bought the same place back again where he formerly lived before going to West Fork. [Source: Turnbo Manuscripts, Vol. 33. Located in the Sprigfield-Greene County Library, Springfield, MO.] 
Keesee, Payton Sr. (I2475)
 
221 Peter Noe served in the American Revolution with the Maryland Militia as a member of the "Lower Battalion." He lived in Montgomery County until after 1790 and moved with his family to Clark Co., Kentucky. Noe, Peter Jr. (I7134)
 
222 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Pridgen, Joel (I16192)
 
223 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Pridgen, Josiah (I16194)
 
224 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Pridgen, Sarah (I16199)
 
225 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Pridgen, Wiley Washington (I16202)
 
226 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Pridgen, Piety (I16203)
 
227 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Kent, Henry H. (I22800)
 
228 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Pridgen, Elizabeth (I22812)
 
229 Petition for the division of the land of Hardy Pridgen, decd., 1135 acres of land. The twelve lots were drawn by: (1) William H. High in right of his wife, Atsey; (2) Larkin Pridgen; (3) Calvin Richardson in right of his wife, Piety; (4) Henry Eatman in right of his wife, Mourning; (5) Calvin Taylor in right of his wife, Polly; (6) Archibald H. Barnes in right of his wife, Primmy; (7) Raford Kent in right of his wife, Cealy; (8) Wilson Rentfrow in right of his wife, Cally; (9) Henry H. Kent, heir of Sally Pridgen who married Raford Kent and died in 1835; (10) Elizabeth O'Neal, formerly Elizabeth Pridgen; (11) heirs of Josiah Pridgen; (12) Joel Pridge. Feb Term 1853. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 63.]

Petition for the sale of land of Hardy Pridgen, who died in 1849, leaving the following as his heirs at law: Piety, a daughter who married Calvin Richardson; Polly, a daughter who married Calvin Taylor; Betsey, a daughter who married Stanly O'Neal, "now" decd.; Hardy H. Knt, son of Sarah, decd. a daghter who married Raiford Kent; Kelly, a daughter who married Wilson Renfrow; Mourning, a daughter who married Henry Eatman; Atsey, a daughter who married William High; Prinistine, a daughter who married Archer Barnes; Joel Pridgen; Wilie Pridgen; Henry Pridgen; Celey, a daughter who married Raiford Kent; the heirs of Josiah Pridgen, namely, L. L. Pridgen, Susan Pridgen, Mary Ann Pridgen, Timothy Pridgen, Joel J. Pridgen, Nancy Pridgen, Winny Pridgen, and Larkin Pridgen No date. Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 88.] 
Pridgen, Kelly (I22813)
 
230 Petition for the sale of real estate for assets made by the admr. of Willie Bone, who died intestate. The heirs at law were John Barnes and wife, Lucy; Vincent Barnes and wife, Elizabeth; Nelson Bone; Hinesberry Sealey and wife, Pheriba; Latimore Bottoms and wife, Mourning; Bennett Bone; Nancy W. Bone; Hardy Bone; Drewery H. Bone; heirs of Temperance Vick, a non-resident. May term 1850. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 95.] Bone, Lucinda H. (I16212)
 
231 Petition for the sale of real estate for assets made by the admr. of Willie Bone, who died intestate. The heirs at law were John Barnes and wife, Lucy; Vincent Barnes and wife, Elizabeth; Nelson Bone; Hinesberry Sealey and wife, Pheriba; Latimore Bottoms and wife, Mourning; Bennett Bone; Nancy W. Bone; Hardy Bone; Drewery H. Bone; heirs of Temperance Vick, a non-resident. May term 1850. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 95.] Bone, Pheriby C. (I16214)
 
232 Petition for the sale of real estate for assets made by the admr. of Willie Bone, who died intestate. The heirs at law were John Barnes and wife, Lucy; Vincent Barnes and wife, Elizabeth; Nelson Bone; Hinesberry Sealey and wife, Pheriba; Latimore Bottoms and wife, Mourning; Bennett Bone; Nancy W. Bone; Hardy Bone; Drewery H. Bone; heirs of Temperance Vick, a non-resident. May term 1850. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 95.] Bone, Temperance (I16219)
 
233 Petition for the sale of real estate for assets made by the admr. of Willie Bone, who died intestate. The heirs at law were John Barnes and wife, Lucy; Vincent Barnes and wife, Elizabeth; Nelson Bone; Hinesberry Sealey and wife, Pheriba; Latimore Bottoms and wife, Mourning; Bennett Bone; Nancy W. Bone; Hardy Bone; Drewery H. Bone; heirs of Temperance Vick, a non-resident. May term 1850. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 95.] Bone, Mourning (I16222)
 
234 Petition for the sale of real estate for assets made by the admr. of Willie Bone, who died intestate. The heirs at law were John Barnes and wife, Lucy; Vincent Barnes and wife, Elizabeth; Nelson Bone; Hinesberry Sealey and wife, Pheriba; Latimore Bottoms and wife, Mourning; Bennett Bone; Nancy W. Bone; Hardy Bone; Drewery H. Bone; heirs of Temperance Vick, a non-resident. May term 1850. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 95.]

Bone, Willie sale by J.J.Q. Taylor, admr Sept 8, 148 The widow (Mourning Bone), Hardy Bone, Nancy Bone, Nelson Boe, Calvin Bone, and Drewry H. Bennett [should be Bone] were outstanding buyers. Another sale held Nov 8, 1848 with L. L. Bottoms principal buyer. Several notes and accounts due estate. Accounts current. Aug Term 1850 and May Term 1851. Widow Allowance paid. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 157-158.] 
Bone, Nancy W. (I16221)
 
235 Petition for the sale of real estate for assets made by the admr. of Willie Bone, who died intestate. The heirs at law were John Barnes and wife, Lucy; Vincent Barnes and wife, Elizabeth; Nelson Bone; Hinesberry Sealey and wife, Pheriba; Latimore Bottoms and wife, Mourning; Bennett Bone; Nancy W. Bone; Hardy Bone; Drewery H. Bone; heirs of Temperance Vick, a non-resident. May term 1850. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 95.] Bone, Elizabeth (I22818)
 
236 Photo -Martha Jane Foster Crauswell (back standing). Seated: Martha's daughter Laura Thomas Crauswell Pemberton, Laura's 2nd husband James Knox Pemberton and their son, Raymond Walter. c.1906 Jefferson Cty. Alabama, USA Foster, Martha Jane (I533)
 
237 Ples (P. R.) Evans age 83 of Peel, Arkansas, passed away in the St. John's Medical Center in Springfield, Missouri on Sunday, March 13, 2011. Ples was born in Peel on March 12, 1928. He was the son of the late Bill and Essie (Mahon) Evans. He was a veteran of WWI having service in the U. S. Navy, a backhoe operator and a farmer. He was a member of the Diamond City VFW and a past member of the Peel Fire Department. He married Ruth Risley on March 19, 1949. Mrs. Evans passed away on Ocober 11, 2008. He is survived by three sons: Keith and wife Paulette and Luster, all of Peel, and Lester and wife Sheila of Lead Hill; a daughter Joan Keeter and husband Alvin Don of Peel; a brother Dolie Evans of Yellville; a sister Agnes McGowan of Reedsport, Oregon; four grandchildren: Heather, Cody, Killian and Andrea; a great grandchild, Kasey. He was proceded in deathe by a brother, Hollis. Graveside services for Mr. Evans will be 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, Marh 16, 2011 at Peel Cemetery in Peel, Arkansas with Carroll Johnson and Luther Johnson, Jr. officiating. Visitation will be prior to the service in the cemetery. Pallbearers will be Donnie Wallace, Jerry Parsley, Pete Wallace, Larry Brightwell, Billy and Rusty Evans. Honorary pallbearers will be Darrell Yocham, Owen Blackwell, J. D. Naves, Charlie Dixon, David Anderson, Alvin Don Keeter, Brady Madden, Gary Risley Jeremy Merriman and his grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Peel Cemetery. [Source: H. A. Burns Funeral Home online] Evans, Ples Russell (I6606)
 
238 possible 2nd wife Juliana Broyles m. 1870, Osage, Laclede Co, MO Whitson, Isaac (I26490)
 
239 Pridgen, Drewry. Sales by Samuel W. W. Vick and William A. Pridgen, exrs, June 10, 1835, June 15, 1835, and Aug 31, 1835. Sally Piridgen principal buyer. Account current and settlement, May term 1837, named heirs: Vincent Cockrell and Archibld Cockrell (wards of Josiah Vick), Willie Bone, Irvin Carter, William A. Pridgen, Nancy Lindsey, Piety Cockrell, Drew Pridgen, John C. Taylor, and Dinah Pridgen. Another sale held by William A. Pridgen, exr Aug 17, 1847, Feb term 1848. Sale of negroes held Nov 10, 1847 and shares of proceeds paid to John C. Taylor, B. H. Blount as admr of estate of Josiah Vick, decd, Archiblad Cockrell, and Dinah Pridgen. [Source: Abstracts of Early Records of Nash County, North Carolina 1777-1859 by Joseph W. Watson, 2nd ed. (Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, Inc, 1975) 231.] Carter, William Ruffin (I14377)
 
240 Pryor- Donna Faye Weaver, 75, homemaker, died Wednesday. Visitation 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Shipman's Funeral Service, and graveside service 10:30 a.m. Friday, New Home Cemetery, Peggs. (Tulsa World)
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Donna Faye Weaver, 75, of Pryor, Oklahoma, passed away on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was born on March 26, 1936, the daughter of Loyd Scott and Margaret Scott. She married Herbert Weaver in Texas on August 2, 1952. Donna enjoyed going to the REC Center to swim. She was a member of the Chouteau Church of Christ. Donna spent her life making a wonderful home for her family. She will be so very missed by all who knew and loved her. Graveside Services will be held on Friday, June 17, 2011 at 10:30 in the New Home Cemetery at Peggs, Oklahoma with Minister Steve Lay officiating. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday evening at the funeral home. To leave a personal message to her family please see her web memorial at www.shipmansfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Shipman's Funeral & Cremation Service. She is survived by her husband, Herbert of the home; her son, Barry Weaver and wife, Sharon of Locust Grove, OK; her daughters, Peggy Holeman of Tulsa, OK and Anita and husband, Gary Horton of Pryor, OK; her brothers, Leon Scott of Oklahoma City, OK and Richard Scott of Okmulgee, OK; her sisters, Carlene Bates of Oklahoma City, OK and Jessie Beasley and husband, Vernon of Tulsa, OK; 6 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Loyd and Margaret Scott; one daughter, Julie Littleford. 
Scott, Donna Faye (I26485)
 
241 Rack Pace, age 89, of Flippin, Arkansas, passed away on Friday April 30, 2010 in Twin Lakes Nursing Center in Flippin. Rack was born July 10, 1921 near Flippin, Arkansas. He was the son of the late William Thomps and Martha Alzada (Jackson) Pace. Rack was a retired River Gide and he, along with his late wie, Wilda, operated the Pace Fishing Service or many years. He was a WWII vetera having served having served his conty in the United Dtates Air Force. Rack is sered by: His son, Keith Pace and his wife, Staci of Mountain Home, ARkansas; is daughter: Dreda Harkins of Benton, ARkansas; one brother: Lucian Pace of Sunnyside, Washington; He was preceded in death by his wife, Wilda on March 31, 2007. Also preceding him in death were 4 brothers and 5 sisters. Visitation will be held on Monday May 3, 2010 from 6-8 pm, at Burns Funderal Home in Yellville, Arkansas. Graveside services will be held at Fairview Cemetery, Flippin, Arkanss on Tuesday May 4, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. [H.A. Buarns Funeral Home]

Graveside services fr 89 year old Rack Pace of Flippin will be tomorrow at 2 at the Fairview Cemetery in Flippin. Visitation for Rack Pace will abe this evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Burns Funeral Home in Yellville. Rack Pace was a retired river guide and he and his late wife, Wida, operated the Pace Fishing Service for many years. He was a World War Two veteran who served in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He is survived locally y his son, Keith Pace of Mountain Home. [KTLO obituaties] 
Pace, Rack (I2198)
 
242 Raised by her mother's brother, John "Jake" Yocham, who treated her like a slave. She worked in the fields all day and spun cotton all evening. She was a skilled weaver. [Source: Vicki A. Roberts and Mysty T. McPherson, Genealogies of Marion County Families, 1811-1900, (Yellville: Historic Genealogical Soc. of Marion Co., AR, 1997), 417.] Terry, Sarah (I906)
 
243 Ralph W. Price, 63, of Springfield died Sunday afternoon in the Veterans Hospital at Wadsworth, Kan., where he had been a patient for the past years. A World War II Army veteran, Mr. Price had lived most of his life in Springfield. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Beverly LeVier, Torrance, Calif.; one brother, Ross, 2516 West Walnut; two sisters, Mrs. Imogene Washam, Colton, Ore., and Mrs. Mary Ruth Nelson, Sparta; one half-brother, Carl Maples, Chicago, Ill., and two grandsons. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Ralph Thieme. (Leader-Press, Springfield, MO, Monday, Oct. 12, 1970) Price, Ralph W. (I23603)
 
244 relocated from Old Friend cemetery at Theodosia Herd, Jesse Early (I15494)
 
245 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)
 
246 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)
 
247 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)
 
248 Ruby Milligan, age 93, of Yellville, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 23 (2008) at the Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Ruby was born at Peel, on Oct. 20, 1914. She was the daughter of the late John and Belle (Yocham) Zeigler. Ruby married Dolph Milligan on April 25, 1931. She was preceded in death by her husband on March 30, 1994. She was a member of the Main Street Church of Christ in Yellville. Ruby is survived by many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Dolph; a brother, Troy; a nephew, Fred; a niece, Wanda Pursley; and two great-nephews, Jessie Pursley and Tony Zeigler. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at the Burns Funeral Home with Bro. Jerry Tinsley officiating. Pallbearers will be Bill Parton, Terry Simms, Jim Milligan, Gordon Davenport, Monty Davenport and A.J. Barrett. Honorary pallbearers are Freda Lowe, Susie Wallace, Dr. Robert Ahrens and Dr. Richard Ahrens. In lieu of flowers donation can be made to the Peel Cemetery Association. [Source: Harrison Daily Times, February 25, 2008] Zeigler, Ruby (I16236)
 
249 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)
 
250 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)
 

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