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Name of Deceased: Mary Mosier Dame Eskew
Date: December 1946
Submitters Name: Connie

Obit: Mary Mosier, only child of Jacob and Elizabeth Mosier, was born April 28, 1874, and departed this life December 3, 1946. She was 72 years, 7 months and 6 days of age.
In 1892 she was united in marriage to John Newton Dame. To this union was born seven children, two who preceded her in death: Frankie, aged 13 and Mrs. Onia Percival, aged 35.
Those who survive are Mrs. Sarah Green of Trimble, MO., Mrs. Cora Miller of Elkland, MO., Mrs. Nellie Vance of Marshfield, MO., Mrs. Alta Miller of Adair, OK., and Arthur Dame of Kansas City, MO.
In 1916 she was united in marriage to James Edward Eskew and to this union was born one daughter, Vetus, of the home.
Other survivors include fifteen grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren.
Early in life she accepted Christ as her Savior and joined the Mt. Pleasant Church. Later she moved her membership to New Prospect Free Baptist Church and remained a member there until death.
She was always a loving mother and a kind friend who will be sadly missed by all who knew her.
Funeral services were conducted at the Jones Funeral Home in Buffalo, Thursday, December 5 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. V. R. Walker officiating. Burial was in Wollard Cemetery under direction of L. B. Jones & Son.
Escorts were Romie Vest, Clifford West, Floyd Mathews, Granville Lawson, Walter Dibben and Gus Ray.


Name of Deceased: James G. Evans
Newspaper: Unknown
Date: December 28, 1939
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: James G. Evans was born June 22, 1864, and departed this life Dec. 25, 1939, at the age of 75 years, 6 months and 3 days, at the home of his son, Tom Evans, east of Buffalo.
He was united in marriage to Lucinda Smith in 1855. To this union were born twelve children, ten of whom are still living. They are Tom Evans of Buffalo, Will Evans of Waverly, Mo., Mrs. Ike Nelson of Tahlequah, Okla., Bud of Alberta, Canada, Mrs. Julia Magee of Kansas City, Harley of Buffalo, Ray and Polk of Kansas City, Mrs. Allen Franklin of Lebanon, Mo., and Glen Evans of Adrain, Mo. Fred and an infant are deceased.
Surviving besides the above named children are Sam Evans, a brother, of Elkland, Mo., Mary J. Smith and Emma Turner of Buffalo, sisters of the deceased, thirty-three grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.
He had been ill for a number of years, but at the present time seemed to be enjoying pleasant health. Everything was done for him that earthly hands could do. At 11:35 o'clock Christmas day the Savior called for him. He was a loving father, a kind husband and a good neighbor, not only to his children but to all who knew him.
Although he never united with any earthly church he believed and trusted in a living God.
Truly the great central sun of this household has gone down. But let us hope that in the golden summer of another life, children will gather again in a sweet reunion where partings are unknown.
Funeral services were conducted at the L. B. Jones Funeral Home in Buffalo at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 28, 1939, by Virgil R. Walker. Burial was in Oak Lawn cemetery under direction of L. B. Jones.


Name of Deceased: Lucinda Evans
Newspaper: Unknown
Date: November 10,1938
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: Lucinda Evans, daughter of Aaron Smith, was born in dallas county, Missouri on May 3, 1868, and died at her home east of Buffalo on November 5, 1938. Practically all the seventy years of her life were spent in Dallas county.
She became seriously ill on November 2. Everything was done for her that earthly hands could do. At 6:00 o'clock on the aforementioned date the Savior claimed her as his own. She was a loving mother, a kind wife and a good neighbor, not only to her own but to all who knew her. Although she never united with any earthly church, she believed and trusted in the living God.
She was united in marriage to J. G. Evans on September 20, 1886. To them were born 12 children. Ten of them and the husband survive. They are Tom Evans of Buffalo, Wid Evans of Waverly, Mrs. Ike Nelson of Tahlequah, Okla., Bud of Alberta, Canada, Mrs. Julia McGee of Kansas City, Harley of Elkland, Ray and Polk of Overland Park, Kan., Mrs. Allen Franklin of Lebanon, and Glenn of Exeter, Calif.
She also leaves one brother and one sister, 33 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends.
Truly the great central sun of this household has gone down, but let us hope that in the golden summer of another life, children, mother and father will gather again in a sweet reunion where partings are unknown.
Rev. V. R. Walker conducted funeral services at the home at 2:00 p.m. Monday. Burial was made in Oak Lawn cemetery under direction of L. B. Jones.


 

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