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Anna M. Adams
Mrs. Anna M. ADAMS, a native and life long resident of this community, died at 6 o'clock Friday morning after a long illness at the age of 62 years and 22 days. The funeral was held at the home of her daughter Mrs. Edith DULLE, on West Broadway at 2:30 p. m., Sunday. The service was conducted by Rev. J. W. Webster, assisted by Rev. Martin. The internment was at Caledonia cemetery. Deceased was the widow of the late C. W. ADAMS, and six children survive, Mrs. DULLE, and Ernest ADAMS, of Sparta; Mrs. Maude PERDUE, of Marissa; James and Alfonso ADAMS of Chaffee, MO; and Jerome present residence unknown. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel BAIRD, and was born on the farm, south of Sparta, and was one of the native young lady members of the Union church at the time of her marriage. Ill health confined her to her home many years past. [Sparta The Plaindealer 7 August 1914 - Sub by FoFG]

Charles W. Adams
Charles Wesley ADAMS, one of Sparta's oldest carpenters, died at 5 o'clock, p. m. Tuesday, August 13, 1912, after only a few days illness, at the age of 61 years, 3 months and 27 days. When Mr. Adams quit his trade he opened a second hand store on Main street and was thus engaged when sickness and death ended his career on earth. He was well known to a large circle of Randolph county people as well as to Spartans where he lived for many years. His widow and two daughters and three sons survive. The funeral was held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. J. W. Webster conducting the services. Internment at Caledonia cemetery.
[Sparta The Plaindealer, 16 August 1912 - Sub by FoFG]


Elizabeth A. Adams
Elizabeth Ann Adams, nee Robinson, was born Feb. 4, 1867 and died Nov. 24, 1940.  She lived her first years on a farm south of Tilden and then with her parents moved to Coulterville where she grew up and attended public school, academy, and Sparta High School.  She taught school sometime after this.  In 1892 she was married to Wm. G. Adams of Oakdale and lived on the Adams Homestead south of Oakdale.  Seven children were born, two dying in infancy. In 1917 the family moved to Oakdale.  Preceding her in death was a son, Paul, accidentally killed in 1925 and Mr. Adams, who died in 1926.  At an early age she united with the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Coulterville and later at marriage transferred her membership to the Oak R. P. Church of which she remained a faithful member.  For many years, Mrs. Adams assisted in teaching the Adult Ladies Sabbath School Class, giving it up when her health failed years ago.  She leaves to mourn her passing two sons, and two daughters, E. Roscoe of Salt Lake City, Utah, Edna (Mrs. Elwyn) Carson of Oakdale, Oren R. of Peoria Ill., and Mary (Edward) Bernreuter
of Nashville, two sons-in-law and one daughter-in-law; four grandchildren Eileen, Preston and Joan Carson and Opal Adams; one sister and three brothers, Delle Robinson, Wm. G. Robinson, John Robinson, and David Robinson; five sisters-in-law, Mrs. Wm. G. Robinson, Mrs. David Robinson, Mrs. Mary McClurken, Mrs. Lizzie Smith, and Mrs. Rose Adams and a host of relatives and friends.  Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon from the R.P. Church, charge of the pastor, Rev. A. A. Wylie assisted by Rev. Virgil Mabry of Nashville. [unknown newspaper, c. Nov 1940; submitted by Kathryn Todd and transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
 

Anna M. Adams
Mrs. Anna M. ADAMS, a native and life long resident of this community, died at 6 o'clock Friday morning after a long illness at the age of 62 years and 22 days. The funeral was held at the home of her daughter Mrs. Edith DULLE, on West Broadway at 2:30 p. m., Sunday. The service was conducted by Rev. J. W. Webster, assisted by Rev. Martin. The internment was at Caledonia cemetery. Deceased was the widow of the late C. W. ADAMS, and six children survive, Mrs. DULLE, and Ernest ADAMS, of Sparta; Mrs. Maude PERDUE, of Marissa; James and Alfonso ADAMS of Chaffee, MO; and Jerome present residence unknown. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel BAIRD, and was born on the farm, south of Sparta, and was one of the native young lady members of the Union church at the time of her marriage. Ill health confined her to her home many years past. [Sparta The Plaindealer 7 August 1914 - Sub by FoFG]

Charles W. Adams
Charles Wesley ADAMS, one of Sparta's oldest carpenters, died at 5 o'clock, p. m. Tuesday, August 13, 1912, after only a few days illness, at the age of 61 years, 3 months and 27 days. When Mr. Adams quit his trade he opened a second hand store on Main street and was thus engaged when sickness and death ended his career on earth. He was well known to a large circle of Randolph county people as well as to Spartans where he lived for many years. His widow and two daughters and three sons survive. The funeral was held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. J. W. Webster conducting the services. Internment at Caledonia cemetery.
[Sparta The Plaindealer, 16 August 1912 - Sub by FoFG]

Mayor Allen
MAYOR ALLEN, of Sparta, died suddenly of heart disease last Tuesday.
[Ava Advertiser, Friday August 29, 1890 - Sub by FoFG]

William Arundel
William Arundel -- Died 25 July (1816)
[Western Intelligencer, 31 Jul 1816 - Sub by FoFG]
 




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