Marion County, AR - 1900s Obituaries


TREAT posted by Gary D Treat on Friday, August 26, 1910

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR 26 Aug 1910 Hall Mountain column Early last Friday morning the Death angel overshadowed the home of Mr and Mrs Roe TREAT and summoned their little two-year-old son to share with the happy Heavenly host. The bereaved have our sympathy. (Notice: Deceased was Jesse TREAT)

PARNELL posted by Gary D Treat on Friday, November 4, 1910

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR, Friday, 4 Nov 1910, pg 4 [from Onset column] The 9 month old babe of Mr and Mrs Ed PARNELL, died Saturday night, last. The little fellow had suffered terriable [sic] pain for two weeks. But we know that it is, sweetly resting now. The remains were burried [sic] at the Concord cemetry [sic] Sunday.

BAKER, TREAT, WOOD posted by Gary D Treat on Friday, November 4, 1910

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Friday, 4 Nov 1910, pg 3 Mrs C N BAKER died at her home west of town last Sunday after a distressing illness of several weeks of abscess in the head. The remains were laid to rest Monday in the Hurst grave yard, four miles east of town and near the former home of the family. The bereaved husband and sorring relatives have the sympathy of a host of friends in Marion county. [Deceased was Sarah Isabelle WOOD BAKER, daughter of Jackson A WOOD and Grace TREAT.]

TREAT, WILLIAMS posted by Gary D Treat on Friday, March 3, 1911

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR 3 Mar 1911 Judge Sam WILLIAMS received a telegram from Little Rock Thursday morning stating that Columbus TREAT, who a short time was committed to the insane asylum at Little Rock, committed suicide Wednesday. He was a son of Mr and Mrs Roe TREAT near Onset

TREAT posted by Gary D Treat on Thursday, January 25, 1912

Cotter Record, Cotter, AR 25 Jan 1912 The three year old son of Mr and Mrs Jeff TREAT, near Onset, died of spinal meningitis last Monday and was buried in the Cox cemetery Tuesday. (Notice: Deceased is identified as Ernest TREAT.)

COOPER, HALL, SUBLET posted by Gary D Treat on Friday, March 15, 1912

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Friday, 15 Mar 1912, pg 4 Mrs T O [sic, should be J O] COOPER who has been sick for some days, died last Tuesday morning and was buried at the Cox cemetery Wednesday. Mr COOPER and his four little children have the sympathy of a host of friends. [Deceased was Ada E HALL COOPER, daughter of HALL and Louisa Ellen SUBLET.]

DRAKE posted by Georgia Harter Williams on Friday, March 29, 1912

Obituary of J T DRAKE in the Mountain Echo 12 April 1912. Our good old friend, J. T. DRAKE, formerly of this county, who has been in bad health for a long time, died at South Bellingham, . Wash., on March 29th. Mr. DRAKE was once deputy sheriff of Marion County and did his duty fearlessly and without favor. He was one of our best citizens, and his many old friends will regret to hear of his death. The editor of The Echo especially remembers Mr. DRAKE with kindness, and we extend to his bereaved family our sincere sympathy.

DRAKE, SEIM, WHIPPLE posted by Georgia Harter Williams on Saturday, March 30, 1912

Obituary of Jamest Treat DRAKE in the Bellingham Herald (Bellingham, Washington) 30 March 1912.James Treat DRAKE, aged 55 years, passed away at the residence, 912 Wilson avenue, South Bellingham, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Bright's disease being the cause of death. Mr. DRAKE came to this city with his family ten years ago, from Marion county, Arkansas. He was a teamster by occupation, and was a member of the First Christian church of this city. He is survived by his widow, Mary A. DRAKE, two sons, Howard and Frank DRAKE, and two daughters, Miss Mabel DRAKE, of the Everson schools, and Mrs. Julia SEIM, all being residents of Bellingham, with the exception of the latter, whose home is in Seattle. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral chapel of Mock & Hill, 1051-1056 Elk street, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Charles W. WHIPPLE, of the First Christian church, officiating. Interment will take place in Bay View cemetery. The funeral car will leave from E! leventh street and Harris avenue Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conveying the funeral party to the chapel.

CARSON posted by Mt Echo Newspaper on Friday, April 5, 1912

The Mountain Echo, April 5, 1912 Issue: Mrs. Mary CARSON, mother of Eld. Lee CARSON, went down to her brother Pat CARSON's funeral last week. She took ill on the way down, and died last Monday. She was buried at the Nanny graveyard Tuesday last, Eld. H. C. Lamb officiating. Uncle Pat CARSON was buried at Pleasant Ridge, Rev. D. U. Cline officiating. We hope to publish his obituary next week. Also, The Mountain Echo, April 5, 1912 Issue: Ralph Community item. On last Thursday Uncle Pat Carson died at the ripe old age of 70 years. Uncle Pat was a loyal citizen, and was loved by all who knew him and will be greatly missed by all. He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his loss. The bereaved ones have our sympathy. On Monday his sister, "Aunt Mary" as she was familiarly known, died at Uncle Pat's home. She had come to visit him in his last illness and was stricken with pneumonia at once and died in less than four days after her brother died. The deceased was a mother of Rev. Lee CARSON. We also extend our heartfelt sympathy to him.

CARSON, CLINE, GUINN, HAND posted by Georgia Harter Williams on Friday, April 12, 1912

Obituary of Nettie GUINN in the Mountain Echo 12 April 1912. Mrs. Nettie GUINN, formerly, Miss Nettie HAND, died at her father's residence at North Yellville last Thursday night, and was buried in the Yellville cemetery Friday evening, Rev's. Lee CARSON and D. U. CLINE officiating, assisted by the Rebecca Lodge, of which the deceased was a member. Her husband is in California. She gave birth to an infant child a few hours before her death. It still survives and it is hoped will live. Mrs. GUINN was once an employee in The Echo office. She was a good girl, and kind to everyone. Her parents and other relatives have our sincere sympathy, in their bereavement

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