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Name of Deceased: Charity Anglin Mallard
Date: March 1952
Submitters Name: Connie

Obit: Charity Mallard, daughterof France and Mary Anglin, was born August 9, 1873 in Webster County and died March 1, 1952 at her home near Elkland, MO. being 78 years, 6 months and 21 days of age. She was united in marriage to Robert E. Mallard, Deceber 18, 1890. To this union 13 children were born. A small daughter, Miney Jane, and an infant son preceded her in death.
She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, Robert E. Lee; 9 sons, George E., Charity, Mo., Raymond I., Long Lane, MO., Lonzo F., Buffalo, MO., John F. of the home, Earl Lee, Elkland, MO., Noah of Morgan Hill, California, Wm. Roy, Springfield, MO., Delvin F., Elkland, MO., and Cecil B., Springfield, MO.; two daughters, Mrs. Everett Ankrom, Bolivar, MO., Mrs. Wesley Pettitt, Elkland, MO.; 45 grandchildren; 27 great grandchildren; 3 brothers, Walter Anglin, Elkland, MO., Sam Anglin of Buffalo and Alfred Anglin of Lebanon, MO. ; 3 sisters, Mrs. Nancy Gann, Charity, MO., Sadie Dill, Wagner, Oklahoma and Becky Nunn, of Springfield and a host of other relatives and friends.
She was converted at the age of 17 at St. Lukes Methodist Church near Beach, MO. and a short time later she united with the Free Will Baptist Church at Olive where she remained a faithful member until her passing.
She was a good neighbor and a kind and loving wife and mother. Her kind words and sunny smile will be sadly missed by her friends and relatives.
Funeral services were held at the Thorpe Church Thursday, March 6, 1952 at 10:00 a.m. with Rev. Mancel Cline officiating. Burial at Thorpe Cemetery under direction of L. B. Jones Funeral Home.


Name of Deceased: Robert E. Lee Mallard
Date: December 1960
Submitters Name: Connie

Obit: Robert E. Lee Mallard, son of Doc Franklin and Sarah Jane Carter Mallard was born August 10, 1868 in Polk County and passed away December 9, 1960 at the age of 92 years, 4 months and 29 days. He was converted in early life, united with the Free Will Baptist Church near Olive. About 1939, he united with the Mission Chapel Baptist Church where he remained a member.
He was united in marriage to Charity Charotta Anglin, December 18, 1890. To this union ten sons and three daughters were born. His wife, one daughter, Miney Jane, and infant son, 6 sisters and one brother precede him in death. He leaves 126 direct descendants to survive him. George E. of Elkland, MO.; Ray of Long Lane, MO., Lon of Elkland, MO., John of Londar, Kansas, Mrs. Pearl Ankrom of Bolivar, MO., Earl of Elkland, MO., Noah of Comel, California, (Samuel) Roy, of Springfield, MO., Delvin of Elkland, MO., (Forest) Cecil of Springfield, MO., Mrs. Maggie Pettitt, Elkland, MO., 43 grandchildren, 71 great grandchildren, one brother, W. M. Mallard of Springfield, MO., seven daughters and two sons-in-law. A host of other relatives and friends.
When a very young man his family moved to Dallas County and most of his life has been spent on the home place where he passed away. His father homesteaded the place. Uncle Lee bought and moved to the farm in 1909.
On Tuesday he walked to his son, Delvin's home. On Thursday morning he suffered a stroke. All of his children except one son, Noah, was with him on Saturday when he departed this life.
Funeral services were held at 1:30 in the Thorpe Church with the Rev. Bernie Wingo officiating. Burial in the church cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home.


Name of Deceased: John F. Morton
Newspaper: The Buffalo Reflex
Date: Mar. 22, 1989
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Funeral services for John F. Morton, 65, of Buffalo, were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Bible Baptist Church with the Rev. Milton Hathcock officiating. Burial was in Gardens of Memory Cemetry under the direction of the Montgomery-Viets Funeral Home of Buffalo. John F. Morton died at 3:05 a.m. Saturday, March 18, 1989 at St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield. A retired linotype operator for the Republican-Reflex newspaper, he was an Army veteran of World War II, a charter member of the Bible Baptist Church and a charter member of the VFW Post 4080. He is survived by his wife Lois; two daughters, Linda Reeves of Buffalo and Bendra Barber of Republic; one brother, Kenneth of Newhall, Calif.; four sisters, Alice Gann of Springfield, Ruth Nunn of Buffalo, Marie Spoering of Saugus, Calif., and Willa Harmon of Buffalo and four grandchildren.


Name of Deceased: Wendel Paul Myers
Newspaper: The Buffalo Reflex
Date: Mar. 22, 1989
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Funeral services for Wendel P. Myers were held at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 18, in the Montgomery-Viets Chapel with the Rev. R. C. Pickney and the Rev. Wayne Neal officiating. Music was by Roy and Tammie Dowell who snag "There's Room At The Cross For You," How Great Thou Art" and "Because He Lives." Casket bearers were Melvin Cheek, Ron Condren, Jim Hays, Joe Johnson, Bill Miller, John Shannon and Otis Villines. Interment was in Chruch Grove Cemetery under the direction of Montgomery-Viets Funeral Home of Buffalo. Wendel Paul Myers was born Feb. 10, 1909 at Peoria, Ill., the son of Ewing and Edna Myers. He died on March 31, 1989 at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Columbia, at the age of 80 years, one month and three days. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II and the Korean War. Following his honorable discharge, he was employed as building superintendent for the Kansas City Life Insurance Company. After his retirement, he moved to Buffalo where he was a member of the First Assembly of God Church. He is survived by his wife, Dollie of the home in Buffalo; one son, Charles Brand of Phoenix, Ariz.; three daughters, JoAnn Jones of Springfield, Juanita Miller of Raymore and Verna Henningsen of Stone Mountain, Ga.; one sister, Hazel Meredith of Peoria, Ill.; 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.


 

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