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1. Mrs. Steddum was the youngest of eight children born to Dan and Sally Adeline "Addy" Hagar on Oct. 15, 1915, in Auglaize County, Ohio. Edith moved with her family in 1918, at the age of 3, to settle in the Texas Panhandle near Texhoma, where the land was plentiful, economical and bountiful. The Hagar family enjoyed their new lives until the Dust Bowl days of the '30s made farming a difficult occupation. In the year 1933, the lovely Edith Hagar married Homer Jay Hataway and settled near Stratford, where they continued the effort of growing crops but the wind blew constantly and the lack of rain caused the family to seek other employment. In Moore County, near Sunray, they were building gasoline refineries and carbon black plants, so they moved once again in the year 1936 to Sunray and settled down to raise seven children. She was a longtime member of the Church of Christ in Sunray and continued to live a Christian life. She was known for her sweet personality, kind disposition and for helping those "older" friends and acquaintances unable to help themselves. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She was preceded in death by four brothers; three sisters; her husband, Homer Hataway; and her second husband, Paul Steddum. Survivors include seven children, Harold Homer Hataway and Jim Hataway, both of Sunray, Donald Dale Hataway of Joplin, Mo., Darlene Keeton of Enid, Okla., Joe Hataway of Perry, Coleen Seright of Amarillo and Marlene Irwin of Newcastle, Okla.; 23 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; and 12 great-great-grandchildren. Amarillo Globe-News, Nov. 25, 2005; [Note Record]; Attached To Sally ADELINE
2. Katrina and James Steddum was awarded gaurdianship of Amber Alexander on 30 October 2012.; [Note Record]; Attached To Amber Marie ALEXANDER b. 10/03/1996
3. <a href="http://geocities.com/jagsted/sted/bud1.jpg">Young Bud</a>; [Note Record]; Attached To James Gordon ALLEMANN b. 08/22/1924 d. 11/30/2003
4. Etta May was married in the mid-1890s (before 1896) to John Allemann (born about 1870 in Switzerland, immigrated to United States about 1893), and divorced sometime before 1919. (John was living with son, James A. Allemann and James’ wife, Georgia, in the 1920 census in Galena, Jasper County, Missouri, and John and Ettie’s daughter, Alice Alleman, was living with Ed, Ettie, and baby Theodore Markham, in Galena, Jasper County, Missouri.) John Allemann and Ettie Marcum had at least two children that I know of, Alice M. Allemann (born about 1903, in Missouri), and James A. Allemann (born about 1896, in Missouri) who married Georgia Steddum. James and Georgia had three children, John E. (born August 13, 1920, in Missouri, died March 27, 1995 in Quapaw, Ottawa County, Oklahoma), Ethel M. (born 1923, in Arkansas) and James G. Allemann (born 1925, in Oklahoma, died February, 1975, in Miami, Ottawa County, Oklahoma).; [Note Record]; Attached To John ALLEMANN b. About 1860
5. Pearl M. Steddum, age 94, of 1330 Kentucky Avenue, passed away at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday, August 4, 1999, at her home after a lengthy illness. Born April 23, 1905 in Columbus, KS, to Will and Julie Kincaid Anglen, she moved to Joplin from Blue Jacket, OK several years ago. She was a member and officer in the State and National Woodmen of the World Circle. She was a member of Blendville Christian Church, the Pythian Sisterhood, the A.T.A., Joplin Garden Club, and was a former Girl Scout leader. On September 22, 1927 she married Gordon Allen (Red) Steddum in Joplin. He preceded her in death on April 24, 1987. Survivors include a daughter, Jo Greer and her husband, Robert E., of 2413 New Hampshire; four grandchildren, Robert Greer and his wife Polly, Craig Greer and his wife Jayne, Jeff Greer, Christi Bennett and her husband John; and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at Parker Mortuary with Fred Fish, Minister officiating. Interment will follow at Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery with Robert Greer, Craig Greer, Jeff Greer, John Bennett, Chad Greer, and Joshua Greer serving as pallbearers. Memorial contributions may be made to Blendville Christian Church, 2205 Picher Avenue, Joplin, MO 64804. Joplin Globe Obituary http://www.joplinglobe.com/archives/1999/990805/obit/story3.html; [Note Record]; Attached To Martha Pearl ANGLEN b. 04/23/1905 d. 08/04/1999
6. Longtime Alaska and Soldotna resident Don C. Bradford died Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008, at home near Soldotna. He was 89. A funeral will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Soldotna/Sterling Funeral Home, 35910 Jawle St., behind Big John's Tesoro. Nathan Morrison will officiate. Mr. Bradford will be buried with his wife Beatrice at Fort Richardson National Cemetery at a later date. Mr. Bradford was born Sept. 27, 1919. in Alamogordo, N.M., the oldest son of Doss and Vivian Bradford. He was raised on a ranch that is now a part of White Sand Missile Range in southern New Mexico. He served in the U.S. Army for 27 years. He started when the Army still used horses for maneuvers and ended with his being one of a few special weapons inspectors in the country. During his career in the U.S. Army, he served as an infantry sergeant in Europe and later in Korea as a warrant officer. He was qualified for many awards with both rifle and pistol after the war, while stationed in Germany. He was stationed in Alaska beginning in 1962. He was at Gun Mountain Lodge on a caribou hunting trip during the 1964 earthquake. He left Alaska in 1966. He retired in 1967 with the rank of Army Warrant Officer Grade 4. Mr. Bradford returned to Alaska in 1989. Mr. Bradford was very active in the Church of Christ throughout his life. He was a preacher and song leader from approximately 1952 though 2005 and worked with congregations in Texas, New Mexico, California, Washington and Alaska. He maintained correspondence with many preachers and religious educators throughout the United States. He was considered by many to be a religious scholar of note. Mr. Bradford was an avid hunter and fisherman. His love of the outdoors was one of the things that brought him back to Alaska. Mr. Bradford was preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Beatrice Effie (Ingram) Bradford. He is survived by his children, Don Bradford Jr. of Anchorage, Doss Bradford of Spokane, Wash., Darlene Steddum of Santa Monica, Calif., and David Bradford of Soldotna; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; brothers, Walter, Max and Jack Bradford, all of California.; [Note Record]; Attached To Don C BRADFORD b. 09/27/1919 d. 12/10/2008
7. Private 1st Class 17th Infantry--7th Division Killed in Okinawa April 26, 1945 U.S. Awards: Purple Heart Bronze Star Monument: Honolulu, Hawaii; [Note Record]; Attached To Leland C. BURGE b. 02/1926 d. 04/26/1945
8. [CA Steddum.FTW] Christening: Baptist Occupation: Farmer; [Note Record]; Attached To Patrick CASSADY b. 06/06/1800 d. 11/06/1837
9. http://geocities.com/jagsted/photos/media0005.jpg; [Note Record]; Attached To Amy Caroline COFFER b. 03/12/1884 d. 10/09/1970
10. We moved from the farm on January 1, 1962, and she never ever lived with us in that house in town. Just a couple of months or so after we moved to town, Sarah brought Mike and Gary over and dumped them off so Mother had her hands full with trying to get everything settled and take care of a three year old and a one year old. That summer Chloe Dean would walk over (they lived just up the street where Burke Lennington now has his auto repair shop) and help with the boys. My mother's health wasn't very good so she was a big help. She was pregnant with Clark and by the end of summer almost didn't have a lap to rock Gary to sleep. He was then born on December 10, 1962. If he had been born Dec 1963, as is listed, that would have made him only 4 months older than Kent, April, 1964. Hey, I know she could do pretty much everything she set her mind to, but even she couldn't pull something like that off! haha! Marcilyn; [Note Record]; Attached To Chloe Dean COX b. 03/15/1943 d. 07/26/1994
11. Dean Clark Cox, 84, of Cedar Vale, died November 20, 2000 at St. Francis- Via Christi Campus, in Wichita, Kansas. He was born December 19, 1915 near Corwin, Kansas to I. Frank Cox and Millie (Clark) Cox. Educated and raised in Harper County attending Sonneyvale Schools. He married Ruby Kloefkorn, March 5, 1936. She preceded him in death, November 15, 1988. He worked around Cedar Vale as a ranch hand and cowboy at the Bill House Ranch. He attended the Church of Christ in Cedar Vale. He is survived by: Son, Lee: Daughter, Marcilyn Auman; Daughter in Law, Maradean Phinney; Brothers, Delmar & Frank,Jr.; Sister, Eileen Warrington; 11 grandchildren and 20 great Grand Children. He was preceded in death by 2 sons: Jimmie & Verdie; Daughter Chloe Dean Jalo; Grandson, Kent Jalo; 2 brothers Jared & Marlin; sister, Gladys Faulkner. A memorial has been established with the Cedar Vale Historical Museum. Cox was born Dec. 19, 1915, near Attica, to J. Frank and Millie (Clark) Cox. He attended Attica schools. On March 5, 1936, he married Ruby Kloefkorn. She died Nov. 15, 1988. Cox was employed at the Bill House ranch and attended the Church of Christ. Services provide by Wheeler Funeral Homes Cedar Vale, Kansas; [Note Record]; Attached To Dean Clark COX b. 12/19/1915 d. 11/20/2000
12. Sammye Steddum Higgins-- Obituary from Abilene Reporter News ALBANY -- Sammye Steddum Higgins, 88, died Friday in Albany. Services will be at 10 a.m. today in Albany First Baptist Church with the Rev. John Tunnell officiating. Burial will be in Albany Cemetery, directed by Morehart Mortuary. Mrs. Higgins was born in Mills County and graduated from high school in Berryhill. She worked as a licensed vocational nurse at hospitals in Albany, Kermit, Pecos and Fairfield. She was a member of First Baptist Church and was the widow of Ocie Lee Steddum, whom she married in 1930; and Ed Higgins, whom she married in 1969. Survivors include three children, Mary Belle Steddum Jones of Mentone, Ocie Mozelle Steddum Bartee of Albany and Thomas D. Steddum of Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico; three sisters, Imogene Cox Burrus of Abilene, Savonne Cox Giddins of Midland and Carlene Cox Craver of Breckenridge; one brother, Glen Cox of Haskell; nine grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church Remodeling Fund or a favorite charity and left at the funeral home.; [Note Record]; Attached To Sammye Elizabeth COX b. 05/28/1909 d. 10/03/1997
13. Also known as Tom. Vietnam veteran of United States Air Force.; [Note Record]; Attached To Denny DAVIS b. 08/29/1954 d. 05/10/2015
14. Willis Ray Dutton, of Fair Grove, son of Emory and Anceline (Sluss) Dutton, was born Sept. 28, 1936, in Clintwood, Va., and departed this life March 17, 2008, at his home. At the time of his passing, he was 72 years of age. Willis worked at Reyco for many years and retired as a machinist. He served our country in the U.S. Army in Vietnam. He was preceded in death by his parents; and one sister, Jehena Dutton. Survivors include his wife, Connie, of the home; two daughters, Debbie Conte and husband, Michael, of Chesapeake, Va., and Tammy Dutton, of Fair Grove; two sons, Willis Dutton and wife, Tina, and Kenneth Dutton, all of Fair Grove; eight grandchildren, Michael, Anthony, Chris, Robby, Aaron, Rachel, Josh and Shelby; two aunts, Easter Sykes and Cora Ferrel, both of Clinton, Va.; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Funeral services for Willis Ray Dutton will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 20, at Day Funeral Home, Marshfield, with Rev. Bob Lewis officiating. (Ozarks Newsstand 2008); [Note Record]; Attached To Willis Ray DUTTON b. 09/28/1936 d. 2008
15. Cora was born in Neosho, Kansas on June 10, 1918. She lost her mother, Minnie Alice Edwards (nee Smith) at the age of 11 & along with some of her youngest siblings, was sent to live in an orphanage. Her father Asbey Neal Edwards died a year later of a broken heart. She spent her teenage years in the foster homes of two families, the “Ricks” family & the “Hicks” family. One working her “like a man”, the other “sheltering her from the storm”. She graduated from Springfield High School in 1936. She met & married the love of her life, James H. Cameron, Sr. in Springfield, Missouri. They moved to Mesa, Arizona in 1955 with their “blended family”, where they lived, until the passing of her beloved James in 1968. Being the independent woman she was, she continued to live by herself in Mesa until January of 2006. She then moved to Texas, at the age of 88, to spend her final years with her beloved family. Cora was beautiful, inside and out, and brightened our world with her sparkling blue eyes and beautiful smile. She was a loving mother & grandmother. She loved God, her family & friends. She also loved dancing, playing cards, bingo, country music, cooking & candy. Cora was fiercely independent & will always serve as a role model for her daughters & granddaughters. Showing us how a woman can be both strong and kind. Through all of the heartbreaks she endured throughout her life, from losing her parents at such a young age and being placed in an orphanage, to the heartbreak of losing a precious child, she never lost her faith. Her strength still amazes us all. She had a great sense of humor, a very strong work ethic and truly loved life. She was a wonderful cook, and homemaker. We can still smell the fragrance of a fresh homemade apple pie, after coming in from play on a cold winter day. She always made her home warm and welcoming, and all those around her comfortable and happy with her bright humor and sense of fun. Her house was always spotless, even when she held an outside job & had a house full of kids & more times than not, other relatives who had come across hard times. http://www.cyfairfunerals.com/obituary/2011-10-24/cora-cameron; [Note Record]; Attached To Cora Edith EDWARDS b. 06/10/1918 d. 10/24/2011
16. FLOYD W. FLUKER, 76, of Houston died Monday, August 16, 2004. Mr. Fluker was born March 21, 1928 to William Hardy Fluker, Sr. and Thelma Floyd Fluker, and was raised in Ennis, Texas. Mr. Fluker attended Texas A&M University in College Station before joining the U.S. Navy. After serving his country in World War II as a meteorologist, he graduated in 1951 from Baylor University. Mr. Fluker then moved to Houston and worked as a Certified Public Accountant. He was a member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Mr. Fluker was preceded in death by his parents and brother William Hardy Fluker, Jr. He is survived his wife of 52 years Susie Fluker; daughters Susan Lynn Piatt and husband Loyd of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Lane Anne Gergely and Husband Tony of Seguin, Texas; grandchildren Jonathan F. Perry, Misty A. Perry, Heather Baggett, Kenneth W. Paitt, and Timothy C. Piatt. Memorial service will be conducted at half past one in the afternoon on Friday, August 20, 2004 in the Hankamer chapel at Second Baptist Church 6400 Woodway with Dr. James De Loach and Rev. Biff Johnson officiating.; [Note Record]; Attached To Floyd Weldon FLUKER b. 03/21/1928 d. 08/16/2004
17. JAMES R. ‘JIM’ GASKILL The funeral for James R. “Jim” Gaskill, 75, of Lamont, will be 2 p.m. Sa-turday at First Christian Church, Lamont. The Rev. Jeff McReynolds will officiate. Burial will be in Lamont Cemetery. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, Pond Creek. The casket will remain closed after the service. He was born Nov. 21, 1931, in Tyro, Kan., to Archie Aaron and Anna Maybelle Moore Gaskill and died Sunday, May 20, 2007, at Integris Bass Baptist Pavillion. He was raised in Wann and graduated from high school in 1950. He joined the Air Force following graduation. He married Janet Steddum Nov. 10, 1956, in Enid while he was stationed at Vance Air Force Base. He made his career in the Air Force, retiring Feb. 1, 1974. He was a 20-year volunteer firefighter and a member of Masonic Lodge A.F.&A.M. of Lamont and First Christian Church of Lamont. Surviving are his wife, Janet; two sons, Ken Gaskill of Deer Creek and Brian Gaskill of Sherman, Texas; three brothers, Wayne Gaskill of Woodland, Calif., Frank Gaskill of New Philadelphia, Ohio, and Ron Moore of Dixon, Calif.; two sisters, Evelyn Lucas of Bartlesville and Louise Woolam of Wann; six grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.; [Note Record]; Attached To James Robert GASKILL b. 11/21/1931
18. Record of Marriages - http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilpope/mgg.htm; [Note Record]; Attached To Francis Stevenson GLASS b. 03/14/1822 d. 04/09/1901
19. James Oscar Gordon, 83, died Monday April 5, 1965. He was born in Coffeen, MO on April 3, 1882 to William and Aretta Caroline Isom Gordon. He married Ida Mae Modglin in 1907. She died Nov 21, 1954. He leaves one son; James T. Gordon of Ava; three daughters, Mrs. Aaron Pulcher of Ava, Mrs. John Bryant, Jr. of Murphysboro, Mrs. Laverne Kessel of Santa Cruz, CA; ten grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; two brothers, Harry Gordon of Eugene, OR, Ralph Gordon of Royalton; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Rammelkamp of Benton, Mrs. Lucy Holley of Chester. One sister and three brothers preceded him in death . Burial was in Ava Evergreen Cemetery. From the obituary collection of ©Helen Wilson Killion; [Note Record]; Attached To James Oscar GORDON b. 04/03/1882 d. 04/05/1965
20. Farmer in the 1880 Census, Dallas County, Texas.; [Note Record]; Attached To Andrew J GRISHAM b. 01/1855
21. EDITH MARIE HAGER HATAWAY STEDDUM Funeral services for Edith Marie Hager Hataway Steddum, 90, were held Friday, Nov. 25, 2005, in the church of Christ in Sunray. The Rev. H. L. Stevens, retired Assembly of God minister officiated. He was assisted by Carl Mutschler, long-time family friend. Burial was in Lane Memorial Cemetery in Sunray. Mrs. Steddum died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005, in Sunray. She was born to Dan and Sally Adeline Hager on Oct. 15, 1915, in Auglaize County, Ohio. She moved with her family in 1918 to the Texas Panhandle near Texhoma, where the land was plentiful. She married Homer Jay Hataway in 1933 and settled near Stratford where they continued the effort of growing crops but the wind blew constantly and the lack of rain caused the family to seek other employment. In Moore County, near Sunray, they were building gasoline refineries and carbon black plants so they moved to Sunray in 1936 and settled down to raise seven children. She was a long-time member of the church of Christ in Sunray and continued to live a Christian life. She was preceded in death by four brothers; three sisters, her husband, Homer Hataway and second husband Paul Steddum. The family has requested memorials be made to the High Plains Childrens Home, 11461 S. Western, Amarillo, Texas 79118. Survivors include seven children, Harold Homer Hataway of Sunray, Donald Dale Hataway of Joplin, Mo., Darlene Keeton of Enid, Okla., Joe Hataway of Perry, Jim Hataway of Sunray, Coleen Seright of Amarillo and Marlene Irwin of Newcastle, Okla.; 23 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren, and 12 great-great-grandchildren. Morrison Funeral Directors of Dumas was in charge of funeral arrangements. Moore County News-Press 11-27-05; [Note Record]; Attached To Edith Marie HAGER b. 10/15/1915 d. 11/22/2005
22. Natural child of John Thomas Burge and Alma Williams; [Note Record]; Attached To Tommie Alma HIGGINS b. 09/10/1927 d. 06/30/1998
23. See http://genforum.genealogy.com/h/hooper/messages/2462.html; [Note Record]; Attached To Joan HOOPER b. 03/17/1938 d. 05/03/1999
24. Roger Lee Hoover, 44, of Joplin, died 5:35 p.m. Sunday, March 5, 2006, after a long illness. He was born March 26, 1961, in Dodge City, Kan., to Jerry and Donna (Sanders) Hoover. Mr. Hoover was a lifelong area resident. He had been a compliance operator for the railroad working for Smith Chambers. He had also worked as a machinist. He is survived by his fiance, Sue Junken, of Joplin; his parents, Jerry and Donna Hoover, of Joplin; three children and their spouses, Sheila and Jeremy Hooper, of Granby, Kelly and Jonathan Nelson, of Joplin, and Roger and Meghan Hoover Jr., of Joplin; one stepdaughter and her spouse, Lisa and Zach Hight, of Mound Valley, Kan.; and six grandchildren, Matthew Hopper, Luckey, Kaylynn and Sally Nelson, Gavyn Hoover and Gavin Hight. Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at New Salem Cemetery with Brother Fred Mills officiating. Pallbearers will be Ernie Burdick, Dave Hamilton, Andy McCaslin, Zach Hight, Kevin Bogle and Joe Raines. Viewing is 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Roger Lee Hoover Memorial Fund for expenses in care of P.O. Box 66, Neosho, Mo., 64850. Services are under the direction of Clark Funeral Home, of Neosho.; [Note Record]; Attached To Roger Lee HOOVER b. 03/26/1961 d. 03/05/2006
25. [CA Steddum.FTW] 1st Marriage: John Venette - no children 2nd Marriage: Hiram Coulter - no chi ldren; [Note Record]; Attached To Mary Ellen JONES b. 10/03/1826 d. 08/02/1925
26. Elois Jean Nivens, age 76, of Joplin, passed away on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 at her home after a lengthy illness. Jean was born November 15, 1932 in Joplin, daughter of the late Kenneth M. Kelly and Elsie Danley Kelly. She was a health care provider in the Joplin area for several years working for Freeman and later Oxford Home Health Care. In addition to her parents, Jean was preceded in death by her husband, John Nivens who died July 28, 1979. Survivors include her nine children, Calvin Nivens and wife Vivian of Scotland, Missouri, Nancy Martin and husband Tom of Neosho, Linda McKee and husband Bob of Joplin, Kimmie Seigel and husband Kenny of Neosho, John Nivens of Neosho, Don Nivens and wife Nataliya of Seattle, Washington, Melody Nivens of Joplin, James Nivens and wife Nita of Neosho, Jeff Nivens of Joplin; a brother, Wayne Kelly and wife Ella of Purcell, Missouri; sister, JoAnn Osborn and husband Robert of Neosho; fourteen grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.; [Note Record]; Attached To Eliose Jean KELLY b. 11/15/1932 d. 02/10/2009
27. Glenna Steddum - Joplin Globe Obituary WEBB CITY, Mo. Glenna Kelly Steddum, 90, Webb City, died at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, June 17, 1997, at a Webb City nursing home after an illness. Mrs. Steddum was born Nov. 8, 1906, at Anderson. She moved to Webb City in 1976 from rural Neosho. She previously lived in Joplin. She retired in 1979 as a bookkeeper for Southwest Marine. She previously worked for the former Heirloom Furniture Co. She and her husband operated the former Automotive Supply Co., Eighth Street and Joplin Avenue, in the 1930s and 1940s. She was a member of First Christian Church, Webb City. She married Jesse E. Steddum on May 10, 1925, in Joplin. He died June 24, 1975. Survivors include a son, Bruce Steddum, Webb City; a brother, Kenneth Kelly, Joplin; three sisters, Fida Morse, Jeanne Comstock and Erma Terry, all of Webb City; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery, Joplin. The Rev. Calvin St. Clair will officiate. The family will receive friends from 2:30 to 3 p.m. Friday at Parker Mortuary, Joplin.; [Note Record]; Attached To Glenna Fern KELLY b. 11/08/1906 d. 06/17/1997
28. Kenneth M. Kelly, age 97, of Joplin passed away at 11:45 a.m. on Sunday, August 20, 2006 at a local nursing home. He was born March 7, 1909 in Bellville, Missouri to the late James Marion and Amy Carolyn (Coffer) Kelly, and was a lifetime resident of Joplin. Kenneth graduated from Joplin Business College in 1922 and was a self-employed electrician. On September 16, 1929 he married Elsie L. Danley. She preceded him in death on October 7, 1992. He is survived by two daughters, Jean Nivens of Joplin and JoAnn Osborn of Neosho; a son, Kenneth Kelly of Oronogo; two sisters, Elda Morse and Erma “Cookie” Terry, both of Webb City; 15 grandchildren and several great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by two sons, Dean Kelly and Marion Kelly; one brother, Cooper “Tip” Kelly and two sisters, Glenna Steddum and Jeanne Comstock. Graveside services will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at Osborne Memorial Park Cemetery with Rev. Jerry Seigel officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Parker Mortuary.; [Note Record]; Attached To Kenneth Monroe KELLY b. 03/07/1909 d. 08/20/2006
29. http://geocities.com/jagsted/photos/media0011.jpg; http://geocities.com/jagsted/photos/media0012.jpg; [Note Record]; Attached To Leona KELLY b. 06/1866
30. Burial: Caldwell Cemetery Sumner County Kansas, USA Plot: Area 10, Block 1527, Lot 4 Record added: Jul 24 2006 By: Judy Mayfield; [Note Record]; Attached To Anna Louise KLOEFKORN b. 07/02/1892 d. 07/22/1996
31. Enlistment Date: 25 Feb 1942 Enlistment State: Oklahoma Enlistment City: Fort Sill Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Source: Civil Life Education: 1 year of college Civil Occupation: Machinist* or Railway Mechanic, General or Engine Specialist (Machinist, Automobile) An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indicates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in the United States Employment Service Manual, Oral T Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 70 Weight: 206; [Note Record]; Attached To Earl William KLOEFKORN b. 08/30/1917 d. 08/09/1978
32. http://eccchistory.org/Centennial66.htm; [Note Record]; Attached To Vivian Wilmetta KLOEFKORN b. 03/09/1920 d. 02/23/1996
33. I am #5 out of six sibblings. Joan Ledbetter Mansur, Jequetta Sue Ledbetter Yanez, John Cole Ledbetter, Joel Charles Ledbetter, Judy Ledbetter McInnis, Jay Don Ledbetter. I live outside Tulsa, OK. Joel lives in Elkins Ark, the rest are all in Calif. My oldest sister Joan Mansur and her husband Darrell are doing some research on our family tree. The previous records we had (done in 1983) had very little of no information on the Kelly branch of our family. I would be glad to pass along what we have gathered. We have some old pictures I can share with you. Pearl Dareing Ledbetter (my granny) migrated to Southern California about 1952, and my parents followed about 1953. She helped to found a large Baptist church and was a traveling gospel singer when she was younger. I understand that two of her brothers (Montie and Ben I think ) were radio preachers, Montie out of Kansas City and not sure where Ben was. Pearl is buried in Miami, OK (1962) along with some of her siblings. The last I heard, Bertie is still alive and living in Miami, but she had remarried and we do not know her last name. We as children (after the move to Calif) did not have much contact with the Dareings. I remember my granny talking about her family, I have some very old coffee mugs and saucers and Joan remembers alot also. joan was taught from Granny some of the old past-times needlework and childrens games Granny was taught from her grandparents. Judy (Email to Jim Steddum); [Note Record]; Attached To Judy Elaine LEDBETTER b. 07/13/1951
34. After retiring this year, Secret Service agent Donald Ray Leonard planned to travel and play more golf with his sons. Leonard, 51, enjoyed sailing, fishing and golf. He also loved his career in law enforcement. During his 20 years with the Secret Service, Leonard was responsible for protecting seven U.S. presidents and various political candidates and dignitaries. He received numerous awards for his service. He was a member of the National Native American Law Enforcement Officers Association and a supporter of the Oklahoma Zoological Society, the Cowboy Hall of Fame and Native American Movement. He and his wife, Diane, have three sons, Brad, Jason and Tim. The Oklahoman-1995; [Note Record]; Attached To Donald Ray LEONARD b. 06/27/1944 d. 04/19/1995
35. [CA Steddum.FTW] Christening: Baptist Occupation: Farmer; [Note Record]; Attached To Henry Jefferson LESTER b. 03/17/1835 d. 08/13/1923
36. Immigrated to United States 17 July 1850. Changed her name to Karen Matsen (1860 Census, Bishop Hill, Illinois).; [Note Record]; Attached To Karin MATTSDOTTER b. 04/28/1814
37. Mary Steddum was born Feb. 21, 1920 in Houston. She was the daughter of William and Agnes McCollum. She graduated from Childress High School in 1937 and moved to Ft. Worth. She attended Brantley Draughon Business College in 1938 and later night schoolat TCU. Mary worked for the State Department in Washington, D.C. and transferred to Fort Worth and worked for several federal agencies. She was a charter member of St. Philip Presbyterian Church of Hurst and a charter member of Fort Worth Banker's Wives Club. She married Colby E. Steddum in 1947. Mary was preceded in death by her husband in 1988 and an infant daughter, Nancy, in 1950. She enjoyed traveling, china painting, bridge and spending time with her family and friends.; [Note Record]; Attached To Mary Edna MCCOLLUM b. 02/21/1920 d. 11/12/2001
38. Della O., age 75, went to be with her Lord 6-8-93. Della was born 3-22-18 in Hobart, Ok. to L.J. and Nora McCurdy. Della was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Jim Steddum. Della is survived by a son, Bill L. Steddum; daughter, Patricia D. Tennery and husband, Clarence, Jr.; grandchildren, Desiree, Deborah, Sonya and Susan; great grandchildren, Marcus, Adrienne, Skylar; and a host of other relatives and friends. Services will be 10:00 a.m. Friday in the Chapel of the Chimes with burial in Rose Hill Burial Park.; [Note Record]; Attached To Della Opal MCCURDY b. 03/22/1918 d. 06/08/1993
39. Michael Dean "Mike" McGinnis, 62, of Springfield, passed away at his home Feb. 5, 2008, after an illness. He was born April 15, 1945, in Springfield to Clyde and Clara McGinnis. He is survived by his wife Martha of the home; three children, Michelle Winchester, Julie Harris and Michael S. McGinnis; three sisters, Marion Labbee, Naomi DeFord and Connie Dutton; three brothers, James, Charles and Herman McGinnis; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were Fri., Feb 8, under the direction of Greenlawn North Funeral Home.; [Note Record]; Attached To Michael Dean MCGINNIS b. 04/15/1945 d. 02/05/2008
40. Also known as Jack.; [Note Record]; Attached To Scott Jackson MCGINNIS b. 09/04/1936 d. 11/13/1969
41. PHM2 US NAVY WORLD WAR II Burial: Missouri Veterans Cemetery at Springfield , MIssouri Plot: Sec H, Site 281; [Note Record]; Attached To Bertram Heston MELTON b. 02/05/1922 d. 03/31/2001
42. Occupation as Crofter.; [Note Record]; Attached To Matts MICKELSSON b. 02/25/1772
43. Died on a cattle drive in Kansas.; [Note Record]; Attached To William R. MIDDLETON b. 1833 d. About 1886
44. Cora June Clemens Mrs. Cora Jane Clemens, 84, dies at the Paducah Nursing Home on Thursday, December 19. She had been in failing health for some time in her advanced years. She was born in Dixon Springs, Illinois September 18, 1879, daughter of Thomas Marion and Elizabeth Allen Modglin. She was married to Isaac Newton Clemens December 8, 1896. She and Mr. Clemens owned and operated a general store at Dixon Springs for twenty-five years. In addition to running the store, he was postmaster at that place for a number of years. Mr. Clemens was also a prominent farmer and carried on quite an extensive farming operation in addition to his other duties. Mr. Clemens is deceased. He died in 1954. Surviving Mrs. Clemens are two sons, J. Dewey Clemens, Ardmore, Okla.; Russell L. Clemens, Dixon Springs, Ill.; two daughters, Mrs. Ina Walker, Vienna; Mrs. Roy C. Manchester, Paducah, Ky.; eight grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Clemens was an active member of the Dixon Springs Baptist church and a member of the Pope County Homemakers organization. Funeral services were held at the Rottman Funeral Home in Golconda Friday, December 20 with Bro. Louie Simmons officiating. Interment followed in the Mt. Zion Cemetery at Golconda. ( Rock was located on the Golconda Rural Route 2 ).; [Note Record]; Attached To Cora Jane MODGLIN b. 09/18/1878 d. 12/19/1963
45. !Obituary - Census Record - Marriage License Newspaper clipping: Edith Modglin was born in Pope county, IL., Oct 27, 1840. She died in the same county within three miles of her birthplace, April 24, 1946, aged 75 years, 5 months and 27 days. At the age of 16 she was married to Samuel L. Belford, of this county. To this union were born 8 children, Mary Storm, Catheryn Corbit, Vinia Cosby, Amby Foreman and Milo, Kate, Charles, and Otto Belford, all of whom are living except Milo and Charles. She also had two step children, J. W. Belford and Louisa Duncan, the former of whom survives her, 22 grandchildren and 16 great- grand children also survive her. Her husband died January 5, 1894, leaving her a widow for 22 years. She professed faith in Christ in her home in 1895, was baptized and became a member of the United Baptist church. Since then her life has been one of righteousness and devotion and she believed in a religion that remained the same seven days in the week. She loved her neighbors, and her greatest happiness was in making others happy. There was not a child in her part of the county but knew and loved "Aunt Edie". She suffered for several years with asthma and other complaints, but bore all patiently and was always ready to joke or speak a cheery word. When the summons came to that mysterious shore, she was ready and willing to go. Her little corner of the world has truly been better for her having lived in it and she has now inherited a Crown of Life. "Blessed are the dead whom die in the Lord: yea, saith the Spirit; that they may rest from their labors; and their works to follow them." Thompson Cemetery can be found on the east side of route 146, about 2 miles north of Golconda, about 1/4 mile north of the Eddyville Road.; [Note Record]; Attached To Edith MODGLIN b. 10/27/1840 d. 04/25/1916
46. Twin to Francis (hert twin) that died in infancy.; [Note Record]; Attached To Fanny B. MODGLIN b. 1869
47. He enrolled in Co. F, 29th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers on 14 August 1861 at Golconda, Il. He was a Private and Quartermaster Sergeant. He was mustered out at Mobile Alabama. He was taken prsoner at Holly Springs, Mississippi, 20 December 1862 and paroled. He was also taken prisoner at Natchez, mississippi and paroled at Savannah, georgia. He was a prisoner at Andersonville. The conditions and treatment he experienced there caused him to suffer poor health and contributed to his death 13 February 1877. His address was Massac Creek , Massac, Il. He was blessed to surive Andersonville prison. -- from email by Betty Modglin (2007).; [Note Record]; Attached To Francis Marion MODGLIN b. 03/06/1836 d. 02/13/1877
48. Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever; [Note Record]; Attached To Pleasant Haley MODGLIN b. 1817 d. 1859
49. Database: Civil War Service Records May 6, 2005 Personal Information Name: Pleasant Modglin Company: M Unit: 13 Illinois Cavalry. Rank - Induction: Private Rank - Discharge: Private Allegiance: Union Source Information: United States National Archives. Civil War Compiled Military Service Recor ds [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. _____________________________________________ Database: American Civil War Soldiers May 6, 2005 Personal Information Name: Pleasant Modglin, Residence: Crimea, Illinois Enlistment Date: 21 December 1863 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Illinois Unit Numbers: 240 240 Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 21 December 1863 Enlisted in Company M, 13th Cavalry Regiment Illinois on 12 February 1864. Died Company M, 13th Cavalry Regiment Illinois on 08 June 1864 in Devall 's Bluff, AR Source Information: Historical Data Systems, comp. Military Records of Individual Civil War So ldiers. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. Data compil ed by Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA from the following list of w orks. Copyright 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 - Historical Data Systems Inc. P.O. Box 1 96 Kingston, MA 02364; [Note Record]; Attached To Pleasant Haley MODGLIN Jr. b. 08/18/1848 d. 06/08/1864
50. Database: Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 July 11, 2005 Name: Thomas M. Modglin Gender: Male Spouse Name: Rebecca A. Allen Marriage Date: Sep 28, 1864 Marriage County: Johnson Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Fi lm # 0964807 - 0964811. Source Information: Dodd, Jordan and Liahona Research. Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 [databa se online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Index co mpiled from county marriage records on microfilm located at the Family His tory Library in Salt Lake City, Utah by Jordan Dodd of Liahona Research (P .O. Box 740, Orem, Utah 84059). Specific source information is listed wi th each entry.; [Note Record]; Attached To Thomas Marion MODGLIN b. 08/1844 d. 10/20/1924
51. FROM: Hal Horrocks, http://genforum.com/modglin/messages/191.html Following is a theory, with documentation, that Truman Modglin and Anaper Burns we married August, 1783 in Chatham County North Carolina. This is a collaborating effort between three Modglin researchers. Truman’s wife has been listed as ‘Mary Ann’, with no maiden name, for a long time because of census and other records. One researcher has been steadfast in her contention that Truman’s wife’s name was Anaper Burns, daughter of John Burns Sr. However many researchers are firm in their belief that Anaper Burns was married to Strangeman Modglin. First let’s look at Anaper Burns. All we really know about her is she is mentioned in her fathers will dated March 22, 1811. She is listed as ‘Anaper Modglin’ in the will. She is obviously married to a Modglin. Many researchers list her name as “Anapler”. I would go with the Anaper. Second, let’s look at Strangeman Modglin. Strangeman was born about 1750 in North Carolina. Most researchers now believe that he married Chloe Patterson in 1783 in Chatham, NC. He can be traced in the census listing as follows: 1790- Chatham, NC – Ages – 2 males over 16 1800- Fayetteville, Anson, NC – Ages – 1 male over 45 1810- Randolph Co., Illinois – No Ages 1818- Pope Co., Illinois – No Ages 1820- Pope Co., Illinois – 1 male 45 plus 1830- Pope Co., Illinois – 1 male 60-70 There are 3 other sources that mention Strangeman Modglin: 1833 Pope Co., Illinois: Strangeman & Chloe Modglin sell land. 1836 Strangeman Modglin was on the Tax list for Washington, Co., Ark. 1837 S. Margelin was on the Benton Co., Ark. Tax list. With these records we can pretty well track Strangman Modglin. Since he is not in the 1840 census we can assume that he died between 1837 and 1840 in Arkansas. We know from the 1833 record that he and Chloe are still together. There is another Strangman Modglin listed, in Gallatin Co., IL census in 1840 but the age for the male is between 20 – 30, possibly a son or nephew. Lastly, let’s look at Truman Modglin. He was born about 1758 in North Carolina. All known records seem to indicate he and Strangeman were brothers. Most researchers believe he married a woman name Mary Ann. Nobody would even guess who her parents were. It is also agreed that he and this Mary Ann were married in Chatham Co., NC in August 1783. He can also be traced in the census records as follows: 1790- Chatham, NC – Ages – 1 male over 16 1800- Fayetteville, Anson, NC – Ages – 1 male between 26 and 44. 1810- No listing – It is believed he and “Mary Ann” were in Wilson County TN at this time but the census records, I believe were destroyed. He is not on the 1804 Wilson County Tax list. 1820 – Listing for Mary Ann Modglin, Wilson County, TN. 1830 – No listing 1840 – Listing for Mary Ann Modglin, Johnson Co., IL, living next door to her son, Benton Modglin. It is known that Truman died on March 22, 1820, before the census was taken. Mary Ann’s age range is 45 plus in the 1820 census for Wilson County, TN. There are several key documents that relate to Truman and Anaper/Mary Ann Modglin. 1. 1839 Revolutionary War pension application made out by Mary Ann Modglin. It states they were married in July or August, 1783. He then joined the war shortly after they were married. 2. 1839 Testimonial by Higdon Harrington, son-in-law of Truman and Anaper/Mary Ann confirming his service. 3. And the most convincing document that one researcher has in her possession. It is the 19th century church rolls for central Tennessee. On it shows an entry, dated 1811, for 2 Modglin’s, Anaper and Truman, as members of the Big Cedar Lick Church (now the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church) ………………. So, we have pretty well rule out Strangeman Modglin because it is well documented that he married Chloe Patterson. He is traced from Chatham County NC through Pope County, IL to Benton Co., Ark. Now we have Truman Modglin, whose wife went by “Mary Ann” but she showed up in 1811 on the church rolls as Anaper Modglin, with Truman. Our conclusion is that Truman Modglin married Anaper Burns in Chatham County, NC in August 1783.; [Note Record]; Attached To Truman MODGLIN b. 1750 d. About 07/1820
52. Whitley Modglin's father was William Walter Clemens, brother to Isaacs Clemens, husband to Cora Modglin, Luda Modglin half sister. After, he was born, his mother, Luda, married Frank Nelson. He lived with his grandparents, Thomas and Harriet at the time of the 1910 Federal Census, Pope County, Illinois. He also lived as the the son of Edgar Modglin, Luda's half brother. Whitley learned of his relationship later in life and visited Luda in Springfield, Missouri between 1965 and 1970. (Carol Steddum, grand daughter of Luda Modglin).; [Note Record]; Attached To Whitley C MODGLIN b. 10/14/1901 d. 11/19/1987
53. William T. served with the Union Army during the Civil War. He was a private in Company "A", 120th Illinois Infantry Regiment. He was a prisoner of war held at Andersonville Prison where he was held for ten months and was so starved when released that he could not walk. From Portrait and Biographical Reviews of Johnson, Massac, Pope & Hardin C ounties, Illinois. Chicago Biographical Publications Co. 1893. Transcri bed by Cindy Pegg William T. Modglin was born in Grantsburg Township, Johnson County, 3 Octo ber 1833 to Benton Modglin and Martha Haley. Benton was born in Wilson Co unty, Tennessee where he lived and married. He migrated to Illinois and s ettled in Johnson County where he remained until his death in 1851. Bent on and Martha had seven children: Pleasant H., Nancy ,Martha, Joe, Willia m, Benton and James F. After the death of his parents, William went to li ve with an older brother in Pope County, IL. On 16 April 1853, William was married to Rachael E. Simmons who was bo rn at Cape Girardeau, MO, 8 February 1834 to Lewis Simmons of Wayne Count y, Tenn. Lewis Simmons was the son of Thomas Simmons who was one of the p ioneer settlers of Pope County, IL. Lewis Simmons went to Missouri wh en he was young, married in that state, and came from there to Illinois ab out 1836. He was a pioneer in Johnson County, secured Government la nd in Simpson Township. After leaving there, he settled in Grantsburg Tow nship and lived there until his death. Lewis had four children: Sarah, Ir ving, Hezekiah and Rachel. William and Rachael Modglin had four children. Their daughter, Nancy J. M odglin married W. J. Miller and had seven children; Sarah C., wi fe of A. D. Howell; Fanny B., wife of William B. Bivens; and Ida M. wi fe of Leonard Whitsides. William served in Company A, 120th Illinois Infantry and was a prison er of war held at Andersonville. He remained in captivity for ten mont hs and was so starved when released that he could not stand alone. __________________________________ Database: Civil War Service Records May 6, 2005 Personal Information Name: William T. Modglin Company: A Unit: 120 Illinois Infantry. Rank - Induction: Private Rank - Discharge: Private Allegiance: Union Source Information: United States National Archives. Civil War Compiled Military Service Recor ds [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. _________________________________________ Database: American Civil War Soldiers May 6, 2005 Personal Information Name: William T. Modglin, Residence: Johnson County, Illinois Enlistment Date: 12 August 1862 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Illinois Unit Numbers: 298 298 Service Record: POW Enlisted as a Private on 12 August 1862 Enlisted in Company A, 120th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 29 October 1862 . Mustered out Company A, 120th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 30 May 1865 Source Information: Historical Data Systems, comp. Military Records of Individual Civil War So ldiers. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. Data compil ed by Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA from the following list of w orks. Copyright 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 - Historical Data Systems Inc. P.O. Box 1 96 Kingston, MA 02364 ______________________________________ Database: Andersonville Prisoners of War May 6, 2005 Personal Information Surname: W L MODGLIN Rank: PVT Company: A Regiment: 120 State: IL Remarks: EXCHANGED APRIL 1, 1865 Page: 0 Code: 56757 Grave: 0 Source Information: Ancestry.com. Andersonville Prisoners of War [database online]. Orem, U T: MyFamily.com, Inc. 1999. Original data: Andersonville, Georgia. Anderso nville Prisoner of War Database. National Park Service, Andersonville Nati onal Historic Site, Andersonville, Georgia.; [Note Record]; Attached To William Thomas MODGLIN b. 10/08/1833 d. 07/18/1916
54. Ralph P. Neighbors, 81, Olathe, KS, passed away Thursday, April 17, 2003, at Olathe Medical Center. Family services will be private. Interment in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, Olathe. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Good Samaritan Nursing Center, Olathe. Mr. Neighbors was born Oct. 13, 1921, in Shawnee, OK, to Lacie and Anna (Miller) Neighbors. Ralph attended the U.S. Naval Academy and Johns Hopkins University and served in both the Navy and U.S. Army during World War II. He was combat wounded at the Battle of the Bulge and received the Purple Heart. Following the war, he earned a Master's Degree in chemistry from Pittsburg State University. He was a member of Johnson County DAV Post #34 and VFW Post #2993. In 1983, he retired as Research Manager for Chevron. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Lacie; and a granddaughter, Brandi Neighbors Marler. Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Ethel; a son, Ralph R. Neighbors and wife, Jacque, Olathe; two grandsons, Lacie C. Neighbors II, Olathe, and Aaron Neighbors, Shawnee, KS; two great-grandchildren, Ryan and Kaitlin Neighbors; a brother, Tommy Casteel, Columbus, MS; and a step-sister, Jewell Morris, Culver City, CA.; [Note Record]; Attached To Ralph P NEIGHBORS b. 10/13/1921 d. 04/17/2003
55. Orphaned at age 11.; [Note Record]; Attached To Frank E NELSON b. 12/31/1873 d. 10/23/1963
56. Flights of Angels Take thee to thy rest Harriet "Connie" Elgynia Melton of Springfield, Mo., passed away on January 8, 2008, after a courageous battle with cancer at the age of 91. She was preceded in death by her husband Bertram H. Melton. Harriet is survived by her two daughters, Deborah Stewart and husband, LR, of Springfield, Mo., and Carol Steddum of Eagle River, Alaska; four grandchildren, Ashley Twigg, Donna Hoover and Mike Presley all of Springfield, Mo., Sherry Davis and husband, Tom of Willard, Mo., and James Steddum and wife Katrina of Eagle River, Alaska; five great-grandchildren and soon to be six; 12 great-great grandchildren; three very special nieces, Linda Reeves of Tulsa, Okla.,, Diane Leonard of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Terri Cravens of Plano, Texas; and two very special friends who were always there in times of need with lots of love and care, Pat Wolivar and Laveeda Smith. Connie was born in Weathers, Okla., on June 21, 1916, to Frank and Luda Belle Nelson. She was the middle of 11 children with one brother and two sisters surviving, Auda Nelson and wife, Harriet, of Portland, Ore., Monta Russell and husband, Marvin of Republic, Mo., and Lola Holiday of California. When Connie married Bert, she acquired two wonderful sons, Phillip Melton and wife, Brenda, of Naples, Fla., and Gary Melton of Branson, Mo. Connie opened her own business, The West By Pass Tobacco Store, in Springfield, Mo., in 1947 where she was successful and made many wonderful lifelong friendships. She and Bert retired to Table Rock Lake where there were so many wonderful times and memories shared with family and friends that no one will ever forget. Connie and Bert moved back to Springfield in 1991. She loved gardening, going to church and being with her family and friends, which was her greatest love. She attended South Haven until she was unable to go but loved watching Billy Graham. Connie was an amazing woman, wonderful mother, friend and confidant and will be muchly missed. She was an incredible woman with a beautiful heart and soul-she loved people without reservation or judgment as Christ would. Ever she sought the best, ever she found it. Something we should all aspire to. Join us in a celebration of Connie's life, with a visitation to be held Sunday, January 13, 2008, from 3 to 5 p.m. and funeral service on Monday, January 14, 2008, at 12:30 p.m. all in Greenlawn Funeral Home South. Interment will follow at Missouri Veterans Cemetery. Much gratitude to Springfield Rehabilitation Center for all the love and care that was given to her during her stay and also to Seasons Hospice. In honor of Harriet, do a good deed for someone today and pass it on; [Note Record]; Attached To Harriet Elgynia NELSON b. 06/21/1916 d. 01/08/2008
57. Monta "Skip" Lucille Russell, age 89, of Republic, Mo., passed away Sunday, February 13, 2011. She was born October 17, 1921, in Sardis, Okla., to Frank and Luda Belle Nelson. Monta was the eighth of 11 children. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank A. Nelson and Luda Belle Nelson; four brothers; and four sisters; a step-son, Gary Dean Russell. She is survived by her husband, Marvin "Rusty" Russell, Republic, Mo.; brother, Frank and his wife Harriet Nelson, Portland, Ore.; sister, Lola Holiday, of Hayfork, Calif.; five nieces, Deborah and L.R. Stewart, Springfield, Mo., Carol Steddum, of Eagle River, Alaska, Linda Reeves, of Tulsa, Okla., Diane Koch, of Columbia Falls, Montana, and Terrie Cravens, of Plano, Texas. A life well lived full of adventure, traveling, enjoying family and friends. Some of her best times were spent motorcycling with the American Legion Riders of the Vietnam Post #639, until health prevented her from doing so. Skip was a wonderful wife, friend, and aunt, with a heart as big as all outdoors. She was loved dearly by all who knew her, and will be missed very much. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Thursday in Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., on Wednesday evening in the funeral home. Services have been entrusted to Greenlawn Funeral Home North, Springfield. Published in the News-Leader from February 15 to February 16, 2011; [Note Record]; Attached To Monta Lucile NELSON b. 10/17/1921 d. 02/13/2011
58. SOMERVILLE - Graveside services for Leonard Irven Nixon, 77, of League City and formerly of Somerville are set for 10 a.m. Saturday at Oaklawn Cemetery in Somerville. The Rev. Reagan Reeves will officiate. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at Strickland Funeral Home in Somerville. Mr. Nixon died Tuesday at St. John’s Hospital in Nassau Bay. He was born in Somerville and served in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1946. He was a retired merchant seaman of the Seafarers International Union and a member of East Haven Baptist Church in Houston. Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Edwinna Nixon of League City; a daughter and son-in-law, Luduska and Edward Wilhoyt of Malta, Ill.; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Larry Nixon and Lewis and Elizabeth Nixon, all of Houston; three sisters, Dorothy Mae Gassey of Belton, Mo., Rita John of New Waverly and Emma Jean Alt of Arlington; two brothers, Vernon Nixon of Trinity and Irven Nixon of Garland; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Somerville. Name: Leonard I Nixon Birth Year: 1927 Race: White, citizen (White) Nativity State or Country: Texas State: Texas County or City: Burleson Enlistment Date: 25 Jan 1946 Enlistment State: New York Enlistment City: Camp Shanks Orangeburg Branch: No branch assignment Branch Code: No branch assignment Grade: Private First Class Grade Code: Private First Class Term of Enlistment: One year enlistment Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) Source: Enlisted Man, Philippine Scout or recall to AD of an enlisted man who had been transferred to the ERC.; [Note Record]; Attached To Leonard Irven NIXON b. 04/03/1927 d. 08/17/2004
59. [CA Steddum.FTW] Christening: Baptist After Patrick's death, Elizabeth married Henry A. Coburn on 9 OCT 1839, in Henry County, Alabama.; [Note Record]; Attached To Elizabeth NORDAN b. 1813 d. 05/06/1889
60. James Richard PROVOW, 67, of Moyock, died Sunday, Jan. 2, 2005 at Portsmouth Naval Hospital. Mr. PROVOW was born in Hickman, Ky. to the late Thomas and Alta Mae PROVOW. He was a member of American Legion Post #288 in Coinjock, N.C. and a 20-year combat veteran who served in the U.S. Navy. Survivors include his wife, Carolyn PROVOW; son Keven PROVOW of Chesapeake, Va.; step-daughter, Ja-Neen GUARRACINO of Elizabeth City; step-sons: Tim STEDDUM of Brandon, Fla., and Shannon STEDDUM of Riverview, Fla.; 7 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Twiford's Colonial Chapel, Chesapeake, Va.; [Note Record]; Attached To James Richard PROVOW b. 07/10/1937 d. 01/02/2005
61. Graveside service for Patsy McCauley, 80, of Decatur was to be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, at Oaklawn Cemetery in Decatur with Todd Parks officiating. McCauley died , Jan 29, 2009, in Decatur. She was born July 31, 1928, in Pottsboro to Lawrence and Willie (Belle) Rone. She is survived by her husband, Kelly McCauley; son, Jack Moore of Fort Worth; daughter, Deborah Hilton of Decatur; grandchildren, Jake Hilton of Flower Mound, Lydia Markoff of Pacifica, Calif., Lesley Hilton of Decatur, Nate Stosberg of San Antonio and Joe Fleetwood of Longview; and great-grandchildren, Annika Markoff of Pacifica, Calif., and Anna and Andrew Stosberg of San Antonio. Pallbearers were to be Blake Sandford, Andrew Sandford, Andrew Rottner, Robert Brown, Rick Mumford and Richard Fleming.; [Note Record]; Attached To Patsy Jean RONE b. 07/31/1928 d. 01/29/2009
62. Buried 2 1/2 miles south of Eddyville, Near New Liberty Pope Co IL; [Note Record]; Attached To Elizabeth Hobbs ROSE b. 07/14/1785 d. 05/13/1860
63. Juanita Sharp Steddum,a retired clerk at Ochsner Foundation Hospital, died Monday of cancer at her home. She was 76. Mrs. Steddum was born in Mount Calm, Texas, and lived in LaPlace for 10 years. Survivors include her husband, William Steddum; two sons, Riddle Steddum and William Steddum; and three grandchildren. A funeral will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at Wades Funeral Home, 201 W. Third St., Hubbard, Texas. Burial will be in Mount Calm Cemetery.; [Note Record]; Attached To Juanita Eloise SHARP b. 06/30/1912 d. 04/03/1995
64. According to WWI registration card, he word for James McDonald Steddum as a teamster.; [Note Record]; Attached To Alvie William STEDDUM b. 1901 d. 07/01/1988
65. Olden, Anne M., 72, retired paralegal passed away May 3, 2009. Preceded in death by mother Vanita Steddum and sister Linda Keller. Survivors are daughters Lisette (Rick) Stover of Wichita, Cerise (Joel) Edwards of Kansas City; father George Steddum; brothers Eugene and Garry Steddum; sisters Judy Doty all of Elk City, KS, Janet Tague of Los Angeles, CA; grandchildren Alyssa, Haylee and Justin Edwards. Visitation is Wednesday 6:00 to 8:00 pm and funeral service is 1:00 pm Thursday, May 7 at Resthaven Mortuary. Memorial with Kansas Humane Society.; [Note Record]; Attached To Anna Marie STEDDUM b. 12/02/1936 d. 05/03/2009
66. Bruce Edwin Steddum - Joplin Globe Obituary Bruce Edwin Steddum, 70, Webb City, was born in Joplin, June 1, 1930, and passed away Monday, October 30, 2000. Bruce was an Army Infantry Corporal in the Korean War. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jess and Glenna Steddum, both of Joplin. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn; three children and their families, Tom and Sherry Davis, Willard, Warrant Officer James Edwin Steddum and wife, Katrina, Copperas Cove, Texas, Donna Hoover, Joplin; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be at 11:00 a.m. Thursday in Missouri Veteran's Cemetery,Springfield, under the direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home North, Springfield, Mo.; [Note Record]; Attached To Bruce Edwin STEDDUM b. 06/11/1930 d. 10/30/2000
67. http://gamecocksonline.cstv.com/sports/m-track/mtt/steddum_chris00.html 2X ALL-AMERICAN Team Captain SEC Champion OUTLOOK: Looking to continue previous success during final season of collegiate eligibility ... Followed strong 2002 season with solid 2003 campaign ... Provides leadership for team both on and off the track. 2003: Indoors, placed second in pole vault at George Mason Early Invitational ... Took second place in pole vault at Virginia Tech Invitational ... Finished fourth in pole vault at SEC Four-Way Meet ... Took first in pole vault at UNC Invitational ... Finished first in pole vault at Florida Invitational and established a new USC indoor record mark of 17'9.25" ... Claimed third consecutive first-place finish with vault of 17'8.5" at Meet of Champions ... Placed second at SEC Indoor Championships with vault of 17'6.5" ... Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships, but did not place ... Outdoors, completed eligibility in 2003 ... Won the pole vault at the Weems Baskin Relays ... Placed fourth in the pole vault at the Florida Relays with his top mark of the outdoor season at 5.25m/17'2.75" ... Tied that top mark at the SEC Quad Meet, where he won the pole vault competition ... Placed fourth in the pole vault at the Sea Ray Relays ... Also won the pole vault competition at the Orange & Purple Classic, where he set the meet record with a vault of 5.20m/17'0.75" ... Placed 12th in the pole vault at the NCAA East Regional. 2002: Was All-American in the pole vault indoors and outdoors ... During indoor season, placed fifth in the pole vault at the Five Way SEC Meet ... Tied for first in the pole vault at the Virginia Tech Invitational ... Won the pole vault at the Meet of Champions in New York City ... Finished fourth in the pole vault at the SEC Championships ... Placed eighth in the pole vault at the NCAA Championships ... Finished the indoor season at the top of the USC's all-time pole vault list, hitting 17' 9 ... Outdoors, won the pole vault at the Weems Baskin Sprint Relays and at the Spec Town Relays ... Was runner up in the pole vault at the Four Way SEC Meet ... Finished fourth in the pole vault at the Penn Relays and at the Miami Invitational ... Placed sixth in the pole vault at the Sea Ray Relays ... Placed fourth in the pole vault at the NCAA Championships ... Also broke the school record in the pole vault, topping 17' 7 3/4. 2001: Indoors, took first in the pole vault at the Barnett Bank Invitational as well as the Gamecock Indoor Invitational ... Established a new PR and the school record at 17' 8 1/2 while earning a third place finish at the Tyson Invitational ... Placed fifth at the SEC Championships with a height of 16' 8 3/4" ... Outdoors, placed first in pole vault at SEC Championships with a height of 17' 1" ... Teammate Jared Farabee was the runner-up at the SEC Championships ... Placed second in the pole vault at SEC Quad and third at South Carolina State Championships. 2000: Redshirted during the Indoor season ... Team's Field MVP in 2000 ... Had the best freshman performance during the Outdoor season, earning six top five finishes at seven meets ... Claimed first place in the pole vault at the Weems Baskin Relays, his first ever collegiate meet ... Placed third at the SEC Four-Way ... Finished fourth at the Duke Invitational and fifth at the S.C. State Championships ... Jumped a personal best 16'10 en route to a fifth place finish at the Sea Ray Relays ... Earned a fifth place finish at the Outdoor SEC Championships with a jump of 16'8 3/4. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Klein Forest High School ... Coached by Jack Sands ... Had the highest freshman scores, holding the freshman school record and the varsity school record ... Klein Forest High School Field Performer of the Year his senior year ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Team was the district champions 1995-98 ... Regional champions 1998 ... State runner-up in 1996. PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Eugene Steddum ... Majoring in Finance ... Parents are Riddle and Nancy Steddum ... Cousin is Houston Astros pitcher Roger Clemens ... Plays the french horn and the bass guitar ... Also enjoys playing volleyball and biking ... Born on May 21, 1980, in Houston, Texas. Top Marks- Pole Vault: 17'9.25"; [Note Record]; Attached To Christopher Eugene STEDDUM b. 05/21/1980
68. Steddum, Clarence A., 76, retired Steddum Auto Service owner and operator, died Sunday, Feb. 22, 2004. Viewing will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday; service 10 a.m. Thursday, both at Hillside Funeral Home-East Chapel, 935 N. Hillside; burial will be at Resthaven. Mr. Steddum is survived by his wife of 53 years, Alta; son and daughter-in-law, Randall and Charlotte of Phoenix, AZ; daughter and son-in-law, Theresa and Marvin Felty of Marion, IA; brother and sister-in-law, Clifford and Vanita of Elk City, KS; sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy and Carl Smith of Pryor, OK; 3 grandchildren. Memorial to Alzheimer's Association, 347 Laura, Wichita, KS 67211. Services by Hillside Funeral Home East. Published in the Wichita Eagle from 2/24/2004 - 2/25/2004.; [Note Record]; Attached To Clarence Albert STEDDUM b. 09/17/1927 d. 02/22/2004
69. Pictures of Dorothy Dean Steddum and brothers and sisters. Http://geocities.com/jagsted/dds.jpg; [Note Record]; Attached To Dorothy Dean STEDDUM b. 07/10/1921 d. 11/11/2006
70. Jeanne Comstock WEBB CITY, Mo. — Jeanne D. Comstock, 76, passed away Thursday, January 24, 2002. She was a homemaker. Private graveside services will be at Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorial services will be Monday at 11:00 a.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, under the direction of Parker Mortuary, Joplin. ---Joplin Globe, 27 Jan 2002; [Note Record]; Attached To Dorothy Jean STEDDUM b. 04/18/1925 d. 01/24/2002
71. "My father, Glen, dropped out of high school to enlist in the Navy as soon as he turned 18. There was a war going on and he didn't want to miss it. He stayed in for 24 years during which time he married Dorothy Chipperi and had a couple of kids, Glen Jr. and me. Because dad was in the service, we never stayed anywhere very long but I did get to see a chunk of the world." -- by Dale A. Steddum 23 Feb 2000. Glen Arthur Steddum--Obituary Notice from Mail Tribune, Medford, OR The memorial service for Glen Arthur Steddum will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Mountain View Estates Club House, 333 Mountain View, Talent. Pastor Bob Huntoon will officiate. Mr. Steddum, 75, of Talent, died Tuesday (Sept., 28, 1999) at home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Oregon Affiliate, 1425 N.E. Irving No. 100, Portland, OR 97232-4201; or to The West Coast Humane Society, P.O. Box 417220, Sacramento, CA 95841-7220. He was born Mar. 17, 1924 in Clovis, N.M. On Nov. 10, 1984, in Garden Grove, Calif., he married Norma Ballinger, who survives. Mr. Steddum served in the U.S. Navy for 21 1/2 years as a cook. He was discharged on March 12, 1964 and then served in the Fleet Reserve. He was a baker and a cook. Mr. Steddum enjoyed hosting benefit breakfasts. Survivors, in addition to his wife, include two sons, Glen, Los Gatos Calif., and Dale, Olathe, Kan.; two sisters, Mary Lou Cushing, Bakersfield, Calif., and Peggy Rehm, Winchester, Tenn., and 2 grandsons. He was preceded in death by two brothers. Arrangements: Southern Oregon Cremation Services; [Note Record]; Attached To Glen Arthur STEDDUM b. 03/17/1924 d. 09/28/1999
72. James A. "Jim", age 82, went to be with the Lord on 12-13-92. Jim was born 9-12-10 in Jones, Ok. to William and Anna Steddum. He met and married Della McCurdy on 2-15-34 in OKC. He was a machinist until 1949 and thereafter was self-employed as a mechanic in a business he owned and operated at 911 W. Park. Jim is survived by his wife, Della of the home; son, Bill L. Steddum; daughter, Patricia D. Tennery and husband, Clarence Jr.; grandchildren, Desiree, Deborah, Sonya and Susan; great grandchildren, Marcus, Adrienne, and Skyler; and a host of other relatives and friends. Services will be 1:00 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel of the Chimes with burial to follow in Rose Hill Burial Park.; [Note Record]; Attached To James Albert STEDDUM b. 09/12/1910 d. 12/13/1992
73. ; [Note Record]; Attached To James McDonald STEDDUM b. 08/27/1866 d. 09/20/1938
74. Farm Laborer in Eastland, Texas in 1900 Federal Census.; [Note Record]; Attached To James William STEDDUM b. 04/02/1879 d. 05/23/1945
75. ; [Note Record]; Attached To Jesse Edwin STEDDUM b. 05/11/1897 d. 06/1975
76. http://www.abaptist.org/CHAC/bs_steddum_jm.htm Joe M. Steddum was: born in Plainview, Texas, February 5, 1926. He was called home to he with the Lord on Monday, November 14, 1994, in Mabank, Texas, where he and his wife, Betty, lived. Bro, Steddum was a dedicated family man with three sons and one daughter, ten grandchildren and two) great-grandchildren. Brother Steddum was saved and baptized in November of 1951 at the First Missionary Baptist Church of Lomita under the ministry if Brother E. L. Thurmond. He surrendered to preach in 19.52 and was licensed on December 7, 1954, and ordained on February 24, 1962, by the same church. He attended California Missionary Baptist Institute and Seminary in Bellflower for six years from 1957 through 1962, being one of the first students of the school. Brother Steddum's pastoral ministry was all in California churches. They include Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church (now First Missionary Baptist Church) of Redlands on two occasions for a total of 17 years, Oxnard and Port Hueneme, Bakersfield, Central Missionary Baptist Church of Wasco, and First Missionary Baptist Church of Oildale. Upon leaving Oildale, he and Betty moved to Mabank, Texas, where they were working in the landmark Missionary Baptist Church of Mabank. Brother Steddum's love and zeal for the Lord and His churches never wavered over all the years of service. He stood for the truth of the New Testament churches and preached and taught it where ever he was. He was a pastor's pastor and will be missed by all who knew him. Also see, http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/zoot/eng_sfeature/sf_press_text_05.html (1943 LA News); [Note Record]; Attached To Joe Max STEDDUM b. 02/05/1926 d. 11/14/1994
77. Enlistment Date: 4 Aug 1862 Enlistment Place: Covington, Kentucky Side Served: Union State Served: Kentucky Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 4 August 1862. Enlisted in Company A, 10th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on 8 Sep 1862. Mustered Out Company A, 10th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on 17 Sep 1863 at Maysville, KY.; [Note Record]; Attached To John Albert STEDDUM b. 1838 d. 03/23/1891
78. Joyce Ann Macdonald was born November 25, 1935 and left this world peacefully surrounded by family in her home on March 26, 2007. She was born in Oklahoma City to Benson and Beatrice Steddum. She was married for 41 years to the love of her life, Robert H. Macdonald, Sr. who preceded her in death on April 8, 1997. Joyce was also preceded in death by her parents; beloved sister, Lila Austin on February 16, 2002; and two children, her eldest son, Robert H. Macdonald, Jr. on December 16, 2002 and her youngest son Mark R. Macdonald on May 8, 1999. She is survived by her son, David B. Macdonald and wife Brit of Oklahoma City; daughter, Angela T. Fullerton of Milwaukee, WI; grandchildren, Lacey Macdonald, Matthew Ferguson, Meghan Macdonald, Nicholas Macdonald, Amanda Macdonald, Ryley Fullerton, Sarah Fullerton, Lauren Fullerton; great-grandson, Broaden Robert Noran; brothers, Robert Steddum, Ben Steddum and wife Tommie; sister, Donna Matter and husband, Dr. Bill. Her life was dedicated to her husband, children and her home. She was ahead of her time, pioneering the duel role of homemaker and career woman. She managed to maintain a career in the legal and medical field and was well respected by all those who knew her as the consummate professional with lightning fast fingers on the typewriter. Yet, with the demands of a full time job, she always had dinner on the table and an immaculately kept home. She will leave a legacy to her children and grandchildren that will remain deeply ingrained within the fiber of their characters. They will always carry her moral code, never having to question the difference between right and wrong. She remained a proper lady, a woman of great dignity and class. When faced with adversity, she always chose the high road and would insist those around her follow her lead. Later in her life as she faced the unthinkable burden of caring for her gravely ill sons, she never faltered. She rose up with strength and courage and inspired us all to fight to the very end. We relied on her patience, persistence and never-ending, unfaltering perseverance. Her hope was our hope. Everyone who met Joyce marveled at her. She has collected countless 'adopted' sons and daughters who consider themselves part of our family. She had a way of drawing people to her. She took it upon herself to help many in need and she was always available for those heart to heart talks, spoken with the kind of gentle honesty, only she could share. As a young girl she played the guitar and the steel guitar and enjoyed taking dance lessons to perfect her Samba, Rumba and Cha Cha Cha. Music remained her passion. Her love of Latin music stayed with her as she had begun to collect music from many contemporary Latino artists. She was particularly fond of local guitarist, Edgar Cruz. Edgar recognized her as one of his 'biggest fans' and would often play her favorite songs when he saw her in the audience. The family wishes to acknowledge their gratitude to Edgar for coming to our home to play for her just a week before her passing. It was the only time we had seen her smile throughout her illness. She liked Edgar because she said, 'He becomes one with his guitar and he carries me away with him.' Joyce was also a talented writer and poet. She has written poetry for many special occasions as well as an extensive collection of poems written from her heart. She possessed a quiet, introspective soul but could rise up fiercely to protect the well being of her family. She was known as MeMaw to her adoring grandchildren, Mom or Momster to her children, Corky to her brothers and sisters and extraordinary to everyone who knew her. We will never forget your grace, your poise, your beauty and how you have made us all better people for having the privilege of sharing your journey.; [Note Record]; Attached To Joyce Ann STEDDUM b. 11/25/1935 d. 03/26/2007
79. McPHERSON - Linda C. Keller, 60, died Dec. 6, 2006. Survivors include: a son, Chris; a daughter, Jennifer Crouch; her father, George Steddum; two brothers, Gary and Eugene Steddum; three sisters, Anne Olden, Judy Doty, and Janet Sue Tegue; three grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren. Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at First United Methodist Church, McPherson. All Faiths Funeral Services, Wichita, is in charge of arrangements.; [Note Record]; Attached To Linda Carol STEDDUM b. 1946 d. 12/06/2006
80. Mary Elizabeth, formerly Mary Murphy, went to be with her Lord Jesus on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 1993, after fighting a courageous battle against cancer. Her faith sustained her during this time with a peace that far surpassed the understanding of her family and friends. Mary was born Dec. 5, 1932 in Oklahoma City, the daughter of Charles T. Steddum and Tennie I. Mullins. For many years, Mary was a prosthesis clerk at Veterans Administration Regional Medical Center in OKC. She was a Past Noble Grand of the Rebekah Lodge in OKC. She married Gordon Fletcher Johnson in OKC on Feb. 14, 1976. In 1978 they moved to Tulsa where Mary was employed as an administrative clerk at Tulsa Regional Medical Center. In 1987 they moved to the Cleveland area in order to raise cattle and spend more time together. Gordon preceded her in death Oct. 1, 1991. Mary was a member of the First Christian Church in Cleveland. Survivors include 2 sons, Timothy Murphy and Craig Jay Murphy; 3 stepsons, Gordon Leon "Jack" Johnson, Roger Dale Johnson and Tommy Allen Johnson; a brother, Carl Lance; 3 sisters, Edna Logan, Helen White and Irene Campbell; and 10 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, 1993 at the First Christian Church in Cleveland. Burial will be in the Woodland Cemetery under the direction of Chapman-Black Funeral Home.; [Note Record]; Attached To Mary Elizabeth STEDDUM b. 12/05/1932 d. 02/17/1993
81. Confederate Officer with a Confederate Pension from Texas. Plantiff in landmark Texas civil suit, Steddum v. Kirby Lumber Company et al., 221 S.W. 920 [CA Steddum.FTW]; [Note Record]; Attached To Napoleon Bonapart STEDDUM b. 05/08/1847 d. 08/14/1933
82. EASTLAND -- Patsy R. Williamson, 65, died Tuesday, June 8, 2004 at her residence. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Eastland City Cemetery with Dr. Shawn Brewer officiating directed by Edwards Funeral Home of Eastland. Born March 17, 1939 in May Texas to N.B. (Poly) and Juanita (Kinnard) Steddum. She was raised in Olden and married C.W. (Dub) Williamson December 13, 1954 in Eastland. They made their home on the Williamson family farm at Morton Valley where they raised their children. She was an avid fan of her children and grandchildren and supported them in their activities especially sporting events. She worked as a cook at Eastland High School for the last 10 years and was a Eastland Maverick through and through. She is survived by husband, C.W. Dub Williamson of Morton Valley; two daughters and sons-in-law, Kara (Kay) and Allan Lewis of Morton Valley, Peggy and Danny Rhyne of Ranger, Tx; sons and daughters-in-law, Tommy and Yvonne Williamson of Morton Valley, Lawton and Sheila Williamson of Ranger Texas, Marty Williamson and Christy Caraway of Ranger Texas; sister, Wanda Boyd of Morton Valley; two brothers, Harrell Steddum of Cisco and Clayton Steddum of McKinney Texas; grandchildren, Brad Lewis and wife Stephanie, Matt Lewis, Tyrell Lewis, Aaron Livingston, Josh Rhyne, Jake Rhyne, Chasity Rhyne, Jason Bowen and wife Stacie, Bobby Bowen, Amanda Hall, Kristi Williamson, Justin Williamson, Jammie Caraway, John Carraway, Jericho Williamson and wife Michelle, Cory Williamson, Bryce Williamson; great-grandchildren, Jenna Bowen, Shilah Lewis, Tarissa Lewis, Riley Young, Zackary Hall and Austin Hall. She was preceded in death by her mother and father N.B. (Poly) and Juanita Steddum.; [Note Record]; Attached To Patsy Raye STEDDUM b. 03/17/1939 d. 06/08/2004
83. ; [Note Record]; Attached To Riddle Eugene STEDDUM b. 07/29/1942
84. Discharged from the US Navy from the USS Bennington, 8 Nov 1945, San Pedro, California (BM 2d Class).; [Note Record]; Attached To Samuel Albert STEDDUM b. About 1909
85. William Arthur "Bill" Steddum, a retired shipfitter who once toured as a professional wrestler, died Monday of a stroke at Metropolitan Hospice. He was 83. Mr. Steddum was born in Texas and lived in the New Orleans area for the past 42 years. He worked at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard during World War II, after which he toured the United States as a wrestler. He worked at Avondale Shipyards for 25 years. He was a member of Crescent City Lodge No. 387 in Jefferson and Hubbard City Lodge No. 530 in Hubbard, Texas. Survivors include two sons, Riddle Eugene Steddum of Houston and William David Steddum of Meraux; and three grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. in Mount Calm Old Town Cemetery in Mount Calm, Texas.; [Note Record]; Attached To William Arthur STEDDUM b. 11/11/1918 d. 01/07/2002
86. Lived in Springer, Oklahoma, during the 1910 Federal Census.; [Note Record]; Attached To William David STEDDUM b. 01/24/1877 d. 12/11/1927
87. William L. "Bill", 61, passed away 4-3-97, after a long illness. His parents preceded him to Heaven's gate. Bill is survived by his daughters, Desiree Witte and Deborah Kenyon; 3 grandchildren, Marcus, Adrienne and Sarah, all of San Diego, Ca; a sister, Patricia Tennery and her husband Clearence with their children, Sonya Nicoles, OKC, and Susan Tennery of Mn.; [Note Record]; Attached To William Lawrence STEDDUM d. 04/03/1997
88. http://www.wf.net/~drycreek/funeral_home_records.htm (funeral record); [Note Record]; Attached To Willie Belle STEDDUM b. 12/04/1911 d. 01/14/1997
89. http://www.wf.net/~drycreek/funeral_home_records.htm (funeral record); [Note Record]; Attached To Lydia Ann STUART b. 07/26/1884 d. 09/04/1977
90. Service Info.: BMG1 US NAVY WORLD WAR II, KOREA Cemetery: Ozark Mem Park Crematory Cemetery Address: Joplin, MO 64801; [Note Record]; Attached To Phillip Warren TERRY b. 02/22/1922 d. 11/28/1999
91. Charles Raymond Hoskins was born Leonard Wayne Tucker and then adopted by Harold R. Hoskins and Roslie Bertha Hoskins.; [Note Record]; Attached To Leonard Wayne TUCKER b. 04/28/1946
92. http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/12666727/person/-207678138?ssrc=&ftm=1; [Note Record]; Attached To Walter Leonard TUCKER b. 01/29/1921 d. 05/03/2005
93. See http://genforum.genealogy.com/watson/messages/2932.html; [Note Record]; Attached To George Albert WATSON b. 1875 d. 1942
94. WISE, Minnie A. / WISE, Elihu (Suspect parents of Carl Guy Wise) 64217. Div 1. Final Decree 13 Sep. 1918 Book 122 p 632. Default. Decree for Plaintiff. She is innocent and injured party. Married in 1901. Plaintiff awarded care and custody of Cecil, Ressa O and Carl G. Wise, minor children of said marriage. (W. McF. Brown married Alta Love 18 December 1890). http://thelibrary.springfield.missouri.org/lochist/records/d1918.htm Carl her son went and lived with Elihu baby sister Rilda (Wise) Fullhart in Terrant,Tx.He was in the 1930 TX census age 18.I believe she died after 1920 Greene Co.,Mo. (http://genforum.genealogy.com/wise/messages/3529.html) Social Security Card issued through the railroad board before 1951.; [Note Record]; Attached To Carl Guy WISE b. 02/27/1912 d. 11/19/1984
95. ; [Note Record]; Attached To Carol Patricia WISE b. 03/20/1939 d. 10/08/2015
96. 1930 Census reports occupations as Engine Watchman at the Greene County, MO, Roundhouse. His aunt, Camella Cardwell, age 62 was in his household.; [Note Record]; Attached To Cecil WISE b. 07/19/1905 d. 10/27/1969
97. WISE, Minnie A. / WISE, Elihu 64217. Div 1. Final Decree 13 Sep. 1918 Book 122 p 632. Default. Decree for Plaintiff. She is innocent and injured party. Married in 1901. Plaintiff awarded care and custody of Cecil, Ressa O and Carl G. Wise, minor children of said marriage. (W. McF. Brown married Alta Love 18 December 1890). http://thelibrary.springfield.missouri.org/lochist/records/d1918.htm; [Note Record]; Attached To Elihue WISE b. 01/1880 d. 02/12/1921
98. Rilda or Hilda as first name as Census is hard to read between 1920 and 1930.; [Note Record]; Attached To Rilda Marie WISE b. 05/1887 d. 03/30/1969
99. http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilpope/mgg.htm; [Note Record]; Attached To James Lessly GLASS x Martha MODGLIN [Family]
100. Married by M.M. Kae. Eunice and Anne were sisters; Anne died young.; [Note Record]; Attached To Freeman S. JONES x Eunice HULEN [Family]
101. Married by Rev Floyd Cole @ 2109 Moffett Ave, Joplin, Missouri.; [Note Record]; Attached To Jesse Edwin STEDDUM x Glenna Fern KELLY [Family]
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