Marion County, AR - Obituaries


AKIN, GENTRY, NORMAN, PENNINGTON, TRAD posted by Melinda Pennington on Wednesday, January 12, 1972

Obituary: (copy received from Resthaven Memorial Gardens on 10/12/1995) Loranzy AKIN NORMAN - Loranzy R. AKIN, 87, died Wednesday January 12, 1972 In Norman, Cleveland, Co, OK - in Norman Municipal Hospital. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Mayes Funeral Home with burial in Resthaven Cemetary. AKIN was born in Marion Co., Arkansas, moved to Oklahoma City in 1914 and to Norman in 1945. He was a retired farmer and a member of Westside Church of Christ. Survivors include a son, Floyd, 1909 Graham, Oklahoma City; two daughters, Mrs. Nell PENNINGTON, 2635 N.W. 13, Oklahoma City; and Mrs. Mildred TRAD, 2705 N.W. 19, Oklahoma City; two brothers, W. L. of Little Rock, Arkansas; and Jim of GENTRY, Arkansas; 10 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Submitted by: Melinda Pennington

CHOWNING, CLARK, DILLARD, DODD, DOSS, MARTIN, MOORE, RICHARDSON, SWITZER, TURNEY posted by Funeral Notices on Monday, February 21, 1972

In Memory of Winnie Gertrude DODD. Born July 22, 1899. Passed Away February 21, 1972. Services Yellville Baptist Church, Wednesday 2:00 pm February 23, 1972. Ministers Rev. Edward Powers and Rev Dale Barnett. Interment Bruno Cemetery. Pallbearers: Clois SWITZER, Wilson MOORE, Joe DILLARD, Roy MARTIN, Ronnie TURNEY, Dwayne CLARK, Leslie DODD, Larry DODD. Christeson Funeral Home, Harrison, AR (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additional info furnished by MCHS: Winnie Gertrude CHOWNING, Daughter of Yancy & Gertie (RICHARDSON) CHOWNING. Married Delos DOSS 28 Jul 1918

COLE, DARDIN, DOBBS, KEYS, KING, PADEN, PARKER, PERKINS, WINGATE posted by Funeral Notices on Sunday, April 9, 1972

In Memory of John Burton WINGATE. 1901-1972. Services Holt-Burns Funeral Home, April 9, 1972, 2:00 p.m. Minister Rev. Jim Hestwood. Pallbearers: Everett DARDIN, Marvin COLE, Burl KING, Vernon PARKER, Robert PADEN, Lee (?) KEYS. Interment Layton Cemetery. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additonal info from MCHS: Son of William Henry and Eliza Ann (PERKINS) WINGATE. Married Veley Mildred DOBBS

BOWLES, CALDWELL, CUNNINGHAM, HOOD, LOCKE, STOKES, THOMAS posted by Funeral Notices on Thursday, August 10, 1972

In Memory of Charles STOKES. Born February 22, 1895, Arkansas. Found Eternal Reward August 10, 1972, Springfield Missouri. Services Ayre-Goodwin Funeral Chapel, 2:00 p.m. Saturday August 12, 1972. Vocalist Mark Alexander. Organist Mrs. Guy Pryor. Officiating Rev. George Kingore. Interment White Chapel Memorial Gardens. Escorts: Ed THOMAS, Gerald CUNNINGHAM, Harvey BOWLES, W.C. CALDWELL, V.C. HOOD, Truman LOCKE. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additional info furnished by MCHS: Brother of Harve STOKES

BECK, BOLIN, CASEY, HALL, MAXEY, NASH, OTT, SMITH, TREAT posted by Gary D Treat on Wednesday, October 25, 1972

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 2 Nov 1972, pg 2 Virgie B. MAXEY Services Held October 27 Mrs. Virgie B. MAXEY, 81, of Yellville, died Wednesday, Oct. 25 in the Marion County Hospital after a long illness. Mrs. MAXEY had been a lifelong resident of Marion County. She was born at Rea Valley on Feb. 7, 1891, the daughter of James Monroe and Rosy Ann (HILL) [sic, should say HALL] TREAT. She married Samuel MAXEY Feb. 14, 1909. Survivors include two sons, Arvil MAXEY of Yellville, and Harve MAXEY of Yakima, WA.; three daughters, Mrs. James CASEY and Mrs. Bob NASH, both of Yellville, and Mrs. Frank SMITH of Siloam Springs; and a sister, Mrs. Quince OTT of Yellville. Mrs. MAXEY was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Oct. 27 at the Assembly of God Church in Yellville with the Rev. J. C. BOLIN of Kansas City, Mo., officiating. Burial was held in the Layton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Alfred HALL, Herbert OTT, J. B. OTT, Mike NASH, Paul BECK and Ricky CASEY.

BROWN, CHAMPION, PARKER, SANDERS posted by Judy (Parker) Lehman on Friday, November 10, 1972

Memory Card for Maggie Parker: In memory of Maggie PARKER July 8, 1879 November 10, 1972 Services Church Of Christ 2:30 P.M., Monday, Nov. 13, 1972 Officiating Charles Williams Vance Smith Interment Wetumka Cemetery Directed By Vernon Jackson, Jr. Jackson Funeral Homes (Magdalene 'Maggie' BROWN SANDERS married James Cam PARKER March 25, 1900 in Flippin, Marion County, Arkansas. Maggie was the daughter of George Washington SANDERS and Callie (CHAMPION) SANDERS. Maggie was born in Dover, Stewart County, Tennessee. Maggie and Cam had seven children.)

BERG, HUDDLESTON, JEFFERSON, ROLLAND, SPEER, TREAT, TROSPER, WILLIAMS, WOOD posted by Gary D Treat on Saturday, November 11, 1972

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 16 Nov 1972, pg 4 Rites Held for Mrs. Ida TREAT Mrs. Ida TREAT, 83 of Flippin, died Nov. 11 at the Marion County Hospital. A life long resident of Arkansas, Mrs. TREAT was born March 13, 1889 at Alma, AR, to Charles A. and Sarah (ROLLAND) SPEER. She married William W. TREAT in 1903. Mr. TREAT is deceased. She was a member of the Flippin Christian Church. Survivors are four daughters and three sons, Mrs. Ruby Ann WILLIAMS, Mrs. Elsie WOOD and Mrs. Obetia HUDDLESTON of Flippin; Beatrice BERG, Leavenworth, KS; Sheppard TREAT, Cowiche, WA; Shelby TREAT, Yellville, and Jay L. TREAT, Iola, KS; 23 grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 13 at the Flippin Christian Church with Kyle JEFFERSON and Robert TROSPER officiating. Pallbearers were Charles HUDDLESTON, Donald TREAT, Bobby TREAT, Leamon WILLIAMS, Doyne TREAT and Buddy BERG. Honorary pallbearers were Jerry BERG, Michael TREAT, Gary TREAT, Lloyd TREAT, Selwyn WOOD, and Doyle TREAT. Burial was in the Flippin Cemetery.

CAMPBELL, DEAN, GENTRY, GRANTZ, HAND, LEWIS, NEAL posted by David L. Scott on Friday, December 1, 1972

Kansas City, Missouri newspaper December 1972 Mrs. Florence B. Neal Mrs. Florence Beatrice NEAL, 60, of 6222 Seminary, died Saturday at Providence Hospital. Born in Marion County, Ark., she lived here 20 years. She was the widow of Dan NEAL, who passed away in 1971. Surviving are three sons, Owen Eugene LEWIS, Kansas City; Walter Eugene LEWIS, Kansas City, and Dale Burton LEWIS, Sault Saint Marie, Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Eska GRANTZ, of Kansas City; a brother, Rev. W.E. HAND, Crossett, Ark.; two sisters, Mrs. Libby DEAN, Yellville, Ark., and Mrs. Ruby CAMPBELL, Harrison, Ark.; sixteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Fulton-Nickel Funeral Home. Burial will be in Maple Hill Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Tuesday. **NOTE Florence Beatrice Hand Neal was the daughter of John Hugh HAND and Lillie GENTRY HAND. She was born near Rush, Arkansas and lived in the Yellville area during her early years.


Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 28 Dec 1972, pg 5 Services Dec. 27 For Cloda HALL Mrs. Cloda M. HALL, 79, of Flippin, a lifetime resident of Marion County, died at the Marion County Hospital, Dec. 24. She was born at Buffalo City, June 27, 1894, the daughter of James U. and Drucilla (ROBINSON) HALL [sic, should say MURPHY]. She married Joseph HALL Dec. 28, 1911. He survives. Other survivors are four daughters, Esther DROBE, Leachville, Ark., Ressie I. McCUTCHON [sic], Columbia, Mo., Marie OWENS, Flippin, Ark., and Delbert [sic] WAINWRIGHT, Canadian, Texas; two sons, Silas D. HALL, Arlington, Texas, and Marvin HALL, Defiance, Ohio; three brothers, Pond MURPHY, Jerseyville, Ill., Dewey MURPHY, Drumwright, Okla., and Ellis MURPHY, Whittier, Calif.; three sisters, Nora BLEVINS, Flippin, Ark., Una JOHNSON, Omaha, Nebr., and Bessie RAMSEY, Shell Knob, Mo.; 18 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. at the Flippin Assembly of God Church with Rev. Charles DAVIS officiating. Burial was in the Flippin Cemetery. Grandsons were pallbearers.

CONLEY, DAVIS, DOVER, FORD, JOHNSON, STICE, TAYLOR, WILLIAMS posted by Gwen on Monday, January 15, 1973

Hattie STICE Services Held At Summit Hattie E. STICE, age 88, passed away at the Marion County Hospital on January 15, 1973. Mrs. STICE was born on June 29, 1884 to Sam and Nancy (TAYLOR) FORD in Summit, Arkansas. She was a member of the Summit Baptist Church and had lived in Marion County all her life. Her survivors are two daughters, Eva Mae DOVER, Bentonville; Ora CONLEY, Summit; one brother, Henry FORD, Gravois Mills, Mo.; three sisters, Virgie WILLIAMS, Phoenix, Ariz.; Ruby DAVIS, Independence, Mo.; Edith JOHNSON, Summit; 14 grandchildren and 38 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Summit Baptist Church on Wednesday, January 17, 1973 with Dick Hurst and Roy Dunn officiating. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery.

BRIGGS, ELLIS, GILLILAND, HALL, HURST, JOHNSON, PARNELL, WOOD, WOOTON posted by Gary D Treat on Wednesday, January 17, 1973

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR 25 Jan 1973 PARNELL Services Held Jan. 19 Edward B PARNELL, Jr., 56, Flippin, died Jan 17 at a Little Rock Hospital. He was retired from military service. He was born Dec 20, 1916, at Flippin to Edward B and Kate (HALL) PARNELL. He was a Veteran of Foreign Wars. Survivors are two brothers, C B PARNELL and Ratio PARNELL, both of Tulsa, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs Beatrice GILLILAND, Wichita, Kans., and Mrs Bernice WOOTON, Conway. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Friday, Jan 19 in the Flippin Christian Church with Rev Robert TROSPER and Rev Hugh MAY officiating. Burial was in the Flippin Cemetery. Pallbearers were Norman BRIGGS, Jackie GILLILAND, Jim ELLIS, Lucian WOOD, Loyne HURST, and A G JOHNSON.

DUNN, RORIE, TILLEY, TREAT, WESTERFIELD posted by Gary D Treat on Friday, January 26, 1973

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR 22 Feb 1973 Rites Held For Thomas J TREAT Funeral services for Thomas Jefferson TREAT, 90, of Route 2, Box 95, Zillah, Wash., who died Jan 26 in Mountain Vista Nursing Home, Toppenish, Wash., were held Monday, Jan 29, at 1 p.m. in Toppenish. Rev E L DUNN and Rev Scott WESTERFIELD officiated. Interment was in Zillah Cemtery. Mr TREAT was born Nov 13, 1882, in Marion County, Ark. He had been a valley resident for the past five years and was a retired general farmer. He is survived by three sons, James A TREAT of Yakima, Wash., John E TREAT of Kansas City, MO, and Robert K TREAT of Zillah, Wash., two daughters, Mrs Mary RORIE of Yakima and Mrs Elva TILLEY of Bull Shoals, 10 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.

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