W.R. Patterson
The well known resident of the Indian Grove neighborhood for fifty years, W.R. Patterson died Tuesday Dec. 9 at his home, aged 75 years, 8 months and 9 days.  He was born in Pennsylvania and came to this country when a young man with his parents.  Martha Forsythe of Rothville became his bride in 1874 and six children came to this union who with his widow, survive him.  His brothers A.F. and J. A. of Indian Grove and George and David and sister Mrs. Mary Daugherty of Pennsylvania also survive him.  Few better men in the county than William Patterson and his neighborhood will miss him greatly altho he was not forward in public matters nor intrusive with his opinions.  He was a devoted Presbyterian and his funeral was conducted Friday Dec. 12 at Newcomer church, Rev. Franc Mitchell his old pastor officiating.
Source: Chariton Courier, Keytesville, Chariton County, Mo., Dec. 19, 1919


Name of Deceased: Dr. E. Price
Newspaper: The Glasgow Weekly Times, Thursday
Date: January 28, 1858
Submitters Name: Kathy McDaniel

Obit: Death of Dr. Price.
Dr. E. Price, of Brunswick, died last Sunday evening, after an illness of three days.  His disease was Erysipelas, which first made is appearance on his upper-lip, and extended thence to his brain.  He was a man of eminence in his profession, and possessed of those traits of character which make the good and useful citizen.  He was a native of Virginia, and resided in this county previous to his settlement in Brunswick, where he had lived for the past twenty-years.


Name of Deceased: Mrs. Emma Prewitt Price
Newspaper: Glasgow Weekly Times (Glasgow, Mo.) Thursday,
Date: April 21, 1859
Submitters Name: Kathy McDaniel

Obit: DIED.--In Brunswick, on the 8th, Mrs. Emma Prewitt, wife of R. B. Price.


Name of Deceased: Mrs. Minerva Ann Price
Newspaper: Glasgow Weekly Times (Glasgow, Mo.) Thursday,
Date: April 5, 1860
Submitters Name: Kathy McDaniel

Obit: DIED. Yesterday morning, (30th March, 1860,) in the neighborhood of Brunswick, Mrs. Minerva Ann, wife of Capt. Ransom Price, aged about forty-five years.


Robert Price
Newspaper: The Glasgow Weekly Times, Thursday
Date: January 22, 1857
Submitters Name: Kathy McDaniel

Obit: --Died.  We learn that Mr. Robert Price of Brunswick, died in that place, on the 14th, with a disease which was pronounced by the physicians Small Pox.
   Mr. Price who was a Pilot, was taking a steam ferry boat, intended for Atchison, Kansas, when they were compelled to tie up, at the mouth of the Wakanda creek, on account of ice.  Another gentleman who was with him, and who went to Carrollton, has since died with the same disease.  It is supposed they caught the disease on the ferry boat--some small pox patient, probably, had been on the boat, and slept on the beds before the boat reached St. Louis.