Marion County, AR - 1900s Obituaries


CROSBY, FEENEY, GUNNETT, HANSKER, HAYNES, TOCCO, WINCHESTER posted by Funeral Notices on Monday, September 2, 1974

Charles N. WINCHESTER. 1903-1974. Services, Caney Church of Christ, Sept. 2, 1974, 2:00 p.m. Pallbearers: Harry CROSBY, Butch HAYNES, Hank TOCCO, Donald HANSKER, Frank GUNNETT, Thomas FEENEY. Minister, Doyle Davenport, Interment, Caney Cemetery. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd)

AVEY, BAKER, DAVENPORT, EVANS, KING, PADEN posted by Funeral Notices on Tuesday, September 3, 1974

Ida Mae EVANS. 1886-1974. Services, Burnes Chapel, Sept. 3, 1974, 2:30 p.m. Minister, Chester Eversole. Pallbearers: Robert PADEN, Lee DAVENPORT, Ward DAVENPORT, Burley BAKER, Burl KING, Leo AVEY. Interment, Layton Cemetery. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd)

ADKINS posted by Funeral Notices on Friday, September 6, 1974

Neoma ADKINS. Date of Birth January 23, 1910. Entered Into Rest September 6, 1974. Place and Time of Services: First Christian Church. Monday September 9, 1974, 2:30 p.m. Clergyman: Rev Robert Jordan. Interment, Baxter Springs Cemetery, Baxter Springs, Kansas. Arrangements by: Schurman Funeral Home, Baxter Springs, Kansas. Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd)

FLETCHER, GREEN, MCCLAIN, RUFF, SULLIVAN posted by Funeral Notices on Wednesday, September 11, 1974

Ethel FLETCHER, 1895-1974. Services, Caney Church of Christ, September 11, 1974, 2:00 p.m. Minister: Doyle Davenport. Pallbearers: Doug SULLIVAN, Earl SULLIVAN, Hugh McCLAIN, Joe GREEN, Robert GREEN, Don RUFF. Interment, Caney Cemetery. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd))

BAKER, OTT, PYLE, WILSON, WOOD posted by Funeral Notices on Saturday, November 30, 1974

Reola M. OTT. Aug. 28, 1901-Nov. 30, 1974. Services, December 3, 1974 10:00 a.m. Burnes Funeral Home. Minister Rev. R.M. Blackwood. Pallbearers: J.B. OTT, Earl WOOD, Burley BAKER, Olaf PYLE, George WILSON, Bobby Joe OTT. Interment, Layton Cemetery. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd))

BAKER, DAY, FRY, KEISER, OTT, PLYE, SIDERS, WATERS, WILSON, WOOD posted by Mt Echo Newspaper on Saturday, November 30, 1974

TITLE: Mrs. Reole OTT, of Yellville Reole M. OTT, 73, of Yellville died Saturday at the Marion County Hospital. Mrs. Ott was born Aug. 28, 1901 in Camargo, Ill. She was the daughter of Pleasant and Laura WATERS SIDERS. She had been a resident of Marion County for 35 years. Mrs. OTT is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Geneva DAY of Saint Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Norma KEISER of Mount Olive, Ill., a sister Mrs. Laura FRY of Villa Grove, Ill., five grandchildren, and four great- grandchildren. Funeral services for Mrs. Ott were held Tuesday at the Holt-Burns Funeral Home Chapel. with Rev. Dale Barnett and Rev. R.M. Blackwood officiating. Burial was in the Layton Cemetery in Yelleville. Pallbearers were J.B. OTT, Earl WOOD, Burley BAKER, Olaf PLYE, George WILSON and Bobby Joe OTT. Date of death was November 30, 1974

BRIGHTWELL, CARVER, DIDWAY, DOSHIER, OWENS, PUTNAM, TRAMMELL, WEBB, WILLIAMS posted by Funeral Notices on Sunday, December 22, 1974

Rose Mary DIDWAY. Born March 27, 1932. Died December 22, 1974. Services, Tuesday, December 24, 1974 at Burnes Funeral Home Chapel, Yellville, AR. Ministers Doyle Davenport and Ivy Davenport. Pallbearers: Bill CARVER, Verl DOSHIER, Bill PUTNAM, Billy OWENS, Cecil TRAMMELL, Larry BRIGHTWELL. Interment Caney Cemetery. . (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd) Additional info furnished by MCHS: Daugher of Troy Tilden and Hazel Agnes (WILLIAMS) WEBB. Married McAlester OK 10 Sep 1946 to Frank Allen DIDWAY

ADDIE, HUDSPETH, MILLIGAN posted by David L. Scott on Wednesday, December 25, 1974

OBITUARY: Yakima Herald-Republic Yakima, Washington December 1974 ADDIE (HUDSPETH) MILLIGAN Mrs. Addie M. Milligan, 71, of 1303 Garfield, died Wednesday in Strawn Nursing Home. Mrs. Milligan was born in Yellville, Ark. She was a telephone operator there for several years and moved to Yakima in 1946. She and Virgil Milligan were married in 1946 in Naches. Besides her husband, survivors include a brother, Rev. George Hudspeth of Jasper, Ark.; and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Belle McIntire of Yakima. A son, Dewitt, died in 1972. *(Death for Addie Hudspeth Milligan was December 25, 1974) She was the daughter of George Hudspeth and Anna Jane (Huff) Hudspeth.

AIKMAN, BEAVER, BUCK, DILLIS, KEETER, SMITH, TREAT, WOLTERS, WOOD posted by Gary D Treat on Thursday, January 9, 1975

Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR Thursday, 23 Jan 1975 Services Held For Russell T WOOD Services for Russell Thomas WOOD, 64, of 6565 Strawberry Glenn Road, Boise, Ida., who died of natural causes Thursday, Jan 9, at his home, were conducted at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan 13 at the Central Assembly Church by the Rev R H BUCK of the Central Assembly Church and the Rev Roy E WILSON of the Church of Christ. Interment was in Dry Creek Cemetery. He was born Sept 10, 1910, in Yellville, Ark. He married Elsie TREAT in 1931. He married Ivon BEAVER in 1949. She died in 1967. In May, 1974, he married Janna TREAT. In 1960 he moved to Boise from Halfway, Ore. He had been a carpenter most of his life, and worked for various construction companies in the Boise area. He was a member of King Hiram Lodge No. 578, AF&AM, of Cotter, Ark., and of the Carpenter's Union. Surviving are his wife of Boise; two sons, Charles S, Meridian, Ida., and David M, Boise; four daughters, Mrs Lee Roy SMITH, Yellville, Mrs Loy AIKMAN, Pine Bluff, and Jane A WOOD and Terri L WOOD, both of Boise; seven brothers, Jenks, Corbin, Earl and Nin, all of Yellville, Bernard, Flippin, Thurman, Mountain Home, and Ewell Junction City, Kans.; a sister, Mrs Erma KEETER, Harrison, Ark.; seven step-children, Lloyd TREAT and Linda DILLIS, both of Yakima, Wash., Barbara WOLTERS, Portage, Mich., and Melody TREAT, Boise; eight grandchildren; and five step-grandchildren. Three brothers preceded him death.

ADKINS, DUGGER, LEAVELL, STANLEY, TUCKER, WILSON posted by Jerry Young on Tuesday, February 11, 1975

Death: 11 FEB 1975 in Clinton, Oklahoma. Burial: Foss, Oklahoma Funeral Services for Mrs. C. C. (Louella) DUGGER, 88, of Foss will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday in the First Baptist Church in Foss with Rev. Roy WILSON and Rev. C.R. TUCKER officiating. Burial will be in Foss under the direction of Kern-Schneider-Kiesau Funeral Home of Clinton. Mrs. DUGGER, the former Louella STANLEY, died Tuesday in Clinton Regional Hospital. She was born in Bruno, Ark., and in 1911 she was married to C.C. DUGGER. The couple moved to Sayre in 1911, and in 1920 they moved to Elk City. Foss became their home in 1922 and they operated a grocery store there until retirement. Mr. DUGGER preceded her in death in 1966. Survivors include 1 daughter, Mrs. Wilbur LEAVELL, Clinton; 3 sons, A.W. DUGGER of Foss, Stanley of Okmulgee and C.C. (Bus) of Amarillo, Tex., 1 sister, Mrs. Virgie ADKINS of California, 5 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

ADAMS, SILVER, SMITH, STILL, SULLIVAN posted by Funeral Notices on Friday, February 28, 1975

Dorothy SILVER. 1914-1975. Services, 10:00 a.m., Friday, February 28, 1975, Burnes Funeral Home Chapel. Minister, Rev. Dale Barnett. Pallbearers: Kenneth SMITH, David ADAMS, Carlos STILL, Rex STILL, Doug SULLIVAN, Loyd ADAMS. Interment, Stone Cemetery. (Funeral Notice from the papers of Nellie D. (Morrow) Baker (Dec'd))

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