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Name of Deceased: Christian Francis Rush
Newspaper: The Buffalo Reflex
Date: June 5, 1924
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: Christian Frances Rush, was born in Marion county, Ohio, December 30, 1852, and died at the home of his daughter, Ruth A. Warner, near Long Lane, Mo., April 21, 1924. Age 71 years, 3 months and 21 days.
When two years old, he moved with his parents to Fayette County, Ill., where he grew to manhood. On October 1, 1873, he was united in marriage to Miss Priscilla Isodora Mills(Miles). They came to Dallas county, Mo., in the fall of 1882. His wife died in September, 1886. To this union seven children were born. The youngest died in infancy. The six surviving children are: F. Rush, Lawndale, Ozark county, Mo.; Mary A. Bishop, Red Rock, Okla.; Ruth A. Warner, Long Lane Mo.; Susan E. Franklin, Skiatook, Okla.; Catharine A. Franklin, Fairland, Okla.; and Priscilla I. Smith, Long Lane, Mo. He is also survived by 39 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and one sister, Anna C. Harper, Ft. Scott, Kans. His son, M. F. Rush, two of his daughters, Mrs. Warner and Mrs. Smith, and his sister, Mrs. Anna C. Harper, were at his bedside when death came. All that loving hands could do, was done. He was bed fast about three weeks with diabetes. He was converted in his young manhood and united with the Church of Christ. He was ordained to the ministry. He spent much of his time in Bible study, for more than 40 years. He has gone among the people of the Ozarks preaching the gospel of Christ. In hundreds of homes, there are persons he baptised, or united in marriage, or preached the funeral sermon of some departed one. Some years after the death of his first wife, he was married to Mrs. Irene Patterson, who died in November, 1906. For the past few years he has made his home in Howell and Ozark counties, Mo.
To the bereaved ones there is a text of scripture found in Daniel 12:3, which reads, "And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness, as the stars forever and ever." Bro. Rush made it his life work to show sinners the way of life, and turn them to righteousness, and he has gone home to heaven and we feel sure the promise of Daniel will be his, and it should be a comfort to his children, to know his reward will be forever. His work is now finished. He has gone home to receive his reward, which will never end. Dear children be faithfu to God, and some day you will go and meet your father to part no more. The funeral sermon was delivered by Bro. L. Homer King.


Name of Deceased: Lillie Mae Rush
Newspaper: Unknown
Date: July 7, 1932
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: Lillie Mae Rush, daughter of Earheart and Mary Jane Warner, who was born in Indiana August 2, 1875, died June 28, 1932, following a short illness of cerebral apoplexy, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Inez Claybrook, Lawndale, Mo. She was 56 years, 11 days and 2 1/4 days of age.
She was married to Miles Fred Rush March 24, 1897 and to this union were born nine children, three boys and six girls. The husband and three children preceded her in death.
Mrs. Rush professed a hope in Christ in 1911 and joined the Christian church at Union, and lived a faithful member until death.
She leaves six children, namely, Mrs. Inez Claybrook of Lawndale, Mo., Mrs. Jewel Quisenberry of Buffalo, Mrs. Violet Randleman of Buffalo, Charley Rush of Tonkawa, Okla., and Ruby and Viola of Buffalo. Brothers and sisters are O. F. Warner of Santa Paula, Calif., Rose Powell of Moorpark, Calif., Ive Richerson of Long Lane, Mo., Edd Warner of Joplin, Mo., Cleve Warner of Long Lane, and G. W. Warner of Malta Bend, Mo. There are six grand children besides other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. R. B. Turner, assisted by Revs. V. R. Walker and J. E. Jackson, at the Twin churches Friday at 11:00 o'clock. Interment was under the direction of L. B. Jones.
She was loved by all who knew her and will be missed by her children and other relatives.


Name of Deceased: Miles Fredrick Rush
Newspaper: Unknown
Date: Unknown
Submitters Name: Debra Burgess

Obit: Miles Fredrick, son of C. F. and Dora Rush, was born in Illinois October 5, 1874. Departed this life January 13, 1929, following a short illness as a result of blood poison at his home east of Buffalo, Mo. He was married to Lillie Warner in 1897 and to this union were born nine children, three boys and six girls. Three of the children preceded him in death.
He professed a hope in Christ in 1911 and joined the Christian Church at Union and lived a faithful member until death.
Besides the children and wife, he leaves to mourn his death five sisters, who are Mrs. Rutha Warner of Long Lane, Mo., Lissie Bishop of Ponca City, Okla., Mrs. Susan Franklin also of Ponca City Okla., Mrs. Katie Franklin of Fairland, Okla., and Dora Smith of Sarcoxie, Mo.
Funeral services were conducted Wednesday morning at home by Rev. R. B. Turner and interment followed in the Powell cemetery under direction of C. E. Routh and Son.


 

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