Marion County, AR - 1900s Obituaries

 

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DOSHIER, HUDSON, JEFFERSON, KING, LANCASTER, LAYTON, MELTON, OTT, TREAT posted by Gary D Treat on Tuesday, October 20, 1964

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR 29 Oct 1964 Last Rites Held For George TREAT Funeral services for George W TREAT, 77, who died Oct 20 at his home near Flippin, were held last Thursday at the Christian Church in Flippin with the Rev Eldon KING officiating. Burial was in the Hand Valley cemetery. Ewell DOSHIER, Karl KING, Mrs Howard OTT and Mrs Judy HUDSON sang "What A Friend," and "Sweet Bye and Bye," accompanied by Mrs Lucian LAYTON. Casketbearers were Fay, Roscoe, Guy, Lester, Otto and Walton JEFFERSON. Funeral services were inc harge of the Christeson Funeral Home. Mr TREAT was born Nov 19, 1886 to Oliver and Nancy JEFFERSON TREAT at Lucy in Searcy County. Survivors are a sister, Mrs Dora LANCASTER of Enid, Okla., several nieces and nephews, besides a niece, Mrs Pauline MELTON, rural Yellville.

HURST, LANCASTER, MELTON, REA, TREAT posted by Gary D Treat on Thursday, October 22, 1964

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 22 Oct 1964, pg 1 Flippin Resident Found Dead In His Home George W. TREAT, 77, Flippin resident, was found dead at his home Tuesday morning by a neighbor. His death was ruled a suicide by Coroner Tank REA. He had shot himself in the head with a .38 automatic, it was said. Death occurred about 8 o'clock that morning Coroner Tank REA said. TREAT's body was found by Lester HURST who had gone to the home to fix the water pump. He immediately called the coroner. TREAT had been staying with a niece and family, the Omer MELTONs who live in the Cowan Barrens community. He expressed a desire to return home so MELTON took him home Sunday. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Dora LANCASTER of Enid, OK, and Mrs. MELTON. The funeral service will be at the Flippin Christian Church at 2 p.m. today (Thursday).

REMPFER, WICKERSHAM posted by Jeana Houghton on Friday, January 1, 1965

From a Yakim, WA Newspaper 1965 J.A. WICKERSHAM, Resident of Yakima 52 Years, Passes A Yakima resident since 1913, Jesse Albert WICKERSHAM, 80, Rt 2, Yakima, died Sunday in Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. Mr. WICKERSHAM was born and reared at Yellville, Ark. he married his wife, Edna, there before coming to Yakima 52 years ago. He was of a family of five brothers and two sisters who traveled to this area to make homes for their families. His sister, Mrs. Bertha REMPFER of Seattle, is the only survivor of the original pioneering family. Mr. WICKERSHAM grubbed sagebrush land and established a ranch on Tieton Drive where he had lived since. He was a member of the First Methodist Church. Besides his wife, to whom he had been married 57 years, and his sister, Mr. WICKERSHAM is survived by a son, Albert WICKERSHAM, Yakima. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. in and Keith Funeral Home.

BURKS, BURRUSS, DUGGINS, GARNER, HALL, HURST, JAMES, NANNEY, ROSE posted by Gary D Treat on Saturday, January 9, 1965

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR 14 Jan 1965 Services Held For Marion County Life Resident Memory HALL, 68, who lived with a son, James at Flippin, died Jan 9 at Marion County Hospital. She was born in Marion County Feb 15, 1896 to Margaret (NANNEY) and Charley BURRUSS. Her husband, Arc HALL, died in 1961. She was a member of the Assembly of God church. Survivors are one son, James, Flippin; a daughter, Mrs T W HURST, Flippin; two sisters, Mrs Claude BURKS, Flippin and Mrs J D GARNER, Dennison, Texas; four brothers, O G BURRUSS, Flippin, Cleto BURRUSS, Batesville, Racio BURRUSS, Mountain View, and Clint BURRUSS of Arizona; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Jan 11 in the Flippin Assembly of God church with the Rev J D CHAMBERS officiating. Burial was in the Hurst cemetery. Pallbearers were Jim DUGGINS, Ran ROSE, J H JAMES, Ralph WOOD, Frances GIBSON, and Clifford GILLILAND. Holt-Burns Funeral Home was in charge of services.

PARKER posted by Judy (Parker) Lehman on Tuesday, January 12, 1965

Newspaper 1965 Funeral services for Mrs. Almona E. PARKER will be held at the Bearden School Building Saturday, January 16, at 2:30 P.M. Mrs. PARKER died Wednesday night at the P & S Hospital in Holdenville after a long illness. She was 76 years of age. Mrs. PARKER was born at Ava, Missouri on June 7, 1888 and moved with her parents as a child to Arkansas. She was married to E.N. PARKER at Flippin, Arkansas in 1906 and they came to Wetumka, Oklahoma in 1913. They lived there until 1930 when they moved to the Bearden Community, where they have lived since. She was a member of the Bearden Church of Christ. Surviving Mrs. PARKER is her husband, E.N., and one son, Corb of Tecumseh, Oklahoma; Also 5 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Burial will be in the highland cemetery under the direction of the Parks Funeral Home.

HORNER, STOKES posted by Funeral Notices on Thursday, January 14, 1965

In Memory Of John C. STOKES. Born February 14, 1882, Yellville, AR. Passed Away January 14, 1965 Rupert, Idaho. Services, January 18, 1965 - 2:00 p.m., Rupert Methodist Church. Officiant, Raymond A. Thompson Methodist Minister. Graveside Committal, Masonic Lodge 65 of Rupert. Interment Rupert Cemetery. Funeral Director, Robert W. Walk. Organist Mrs. Lois Lehrman. Soloist Claud H. Bowman. "Lead Kindly Light" "When I Kneel Down In Prayer". Active Pallbearers: Walter Nussbaum, Edward Miller, Herb LaRue, Ward Woolford, Eytholle Greer, James Felton. Honorary Pallbearers: Wayne Hollenbeck, Robert Reed, Tom Cook, William Roper, John Burnside, Lon Clayton, Geroge Brock, William Belfield, Frank Walter, M.E. Willis, Price Sears, Paul Rogers, J.A. Handy, Hugh Banks. Flower Girls: Erna McFarland, Gladys Willis, Lois Miller, Sarah LaRue, Julia Cook, Kathryn Woolford, Hazel Miller, Helen Antone, Freita Greet, Martha Reed. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additional Info furnished by MCHS: husband of Lilly HORNER

BEAVERS, COOPER, HUDSON, JAMES, MAXEY, OTT, ROBINSON, SETZER, WEAVER posted by Funeral Notices on Friday, March 12, 1965

In Memory of William Henry MAXEY. 1888-1965. Services Pleasant Ridge Church, 2:00 p.m., March 12, 1965. Ministers Don Walker and C.C. Hodges. Pallbearers: Tom HUDSON, H.E. JAMES, A.P. WEAVER, Sam SETZER, Sherman B. OTT, Robert ROBINSON. Interment Pleasant Ridge Cemetery by Holt-Burnes Funeral Home. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additional Info from MCHS: Son of Henry William and Malissa (COOPER) MAXEY. Married Minda M BEAVERS

AVEY, CAVANESS, FAULKENBERRY, GUFFEY, HORTON, HUDSPETH, MORROW, PYLE, YOUNG posted by Funeral Notices on Sunday, April 11, 1965

In Memory of Clifton W. PYLE. 1901-1965. Services Yellville Baptist Church, 2:00 p.m., April 11, 1965. Minster Rev. Dick Hurst. Pallbearers. Leo AVEY, George YOUNG, G.D. HUDSPETH, Jewell MORROW, Charley CAVANESS, Bobby FAULKENBERRY. Interment Pleasant Ridge Cemetery by Holt-Burnes Funeral Home. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additional information from MCHS: Son of George Martin and Argerta (GUFFEY) PYLE. Married Inez HORTON

CORNELL, HENSON, LONDON, PACE, PEARSON, SANDERS, TREAT, WOOD, WRIGHT posted by Gary D Treat on Thursday, May 13, 1965

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 13 May 1965, pg 1 & 10 Lightning Kills Well Known White River Guide Floyd "Big" TREAT, lifelong resident of this area was instantly killed Sunday morning when struck by lightning while acting as guide for a fishing party which included seven boats and some 20 people. A group of Ebco Mfg. Co. personnel from Columbus, OH had spent Saturday floating from Cotter to the mouth of the Buffalo River, then returned to Bull Shoals for the night and resumed the float trip Sunday morning. It was raining off and on that morning and the guides left it up to the visitors to decide whether they continued fishing or went in, Rack PACE, one of the guides, said. The fishing was good and everyone wanted to continue but by about 11 o'clock everyone had plenty of fish and the group planned to quit and go in in another few minutes. They were about 2 miles above Shipps Ferry at the time. TREAT was in a boat with two of the fishermen and remarked to them he was glad he wasn't using a steel rod, as he stood up in the rear of the boat to cast. Then the bolt struct him. Rack PACE said he was looking down into his boat at the time but saw the flash and looked up just in time to see TREAT's hat in the air some six feet or so, then he saw TREAT's body in the water but supposed he had fallen in, and started his boat over to him. When they got to Big it was obvious what had happened and that he was dead. There were two holes in each side of the boat just above the water line and two holes burned in Big's hat. His shoes were split and his watch chain was fused together although the watch was still running. One of his companions was partially paralyzed on one side for a time. The fishing party made its way to Shipps Ferry as quickly as possible but the phone was out of order and they borrowed a car to take the two men to the Baxter County Hospital. TREAT was pronounced dead on arrival but the second man was kept a few hours and released that afternoon. PACE said it was the first time he ever knew of lightning striking on or along a river, although he makes it a point not to be on a lake during a storm. George Floyd TREAT was born June 11, 1907 in Boone County, the son of C. C. TREAT and Pearl Elizabeth (LONDON) TREAT. He was married to Zetta HENSON Dec. 6, 1928 at Flippin. The TREATs have lived in Bull Shoals for about one year but have lived in the Flippin-Bull Shoals vicinity for the past 19 years. He had been a guide for fishing parties for the past 24 years. Survivors are his wife of the home in Bull Shoals, a daughter, Mrs. Katheryn SANDERS, Flippin; four sons, Kern of Little Rock, and Keith, Kenton and Kenneth of Flippin; three brothers, Waldo, Jesse and Jim TREAT, all of Mountain Home; a sister, Mrs. Norma WRIGHT of Springfield, MO; and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Christian Church at Flippin with the pastor, Rev. Eldon KING, and Rev. W. Roy MOYERS of Cotter officiating. Burial was in the Flippin cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy SANDERS, Truman CORNELL, Jim WOOD, A. K. PEARSON, Rack PACE and Bill Joe PACE.

BEAVERS, GIBSON, HALL, HUDSON, MAXEY, SETZER posted by Funeral Notices on Wednesday, June 9, 1965

In Memory of Mary Minda MAXEY. 1889-1965. Services, Pleasant Ridge Church, 2:00 p.m., June 9, 1965. Minister Donald Walker. Pallbearers: H.C. HALL, Tom HUDSON, Sam SETZER, Paul BEAVERS, Melton BEAVERS, Everett BEAVERS. Interment Pleasant Ridge Cemetery by Holt-Burns Funeral Home (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additional information furnished by MCHS: Mary Minda BEAVERS daughter of Samuel and Jane (GIBSON) BEAVERS. Married William Henry MAXEY


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