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Mrs. J. Arnest
wife of Rev. Joseph N. Arnest, died 4 Nov. 1857 in Franklin Co., Mo. She was born 3 Mar. 1833; married in Feb. 1851. She was dau. of Phineas & Martha W. CHEATHAM, late of Va. Died of consumption. Also, her infant son, N. ARNEST died 2 April 1857, aged 8 mos. 13 days. By J. Bond, Union, Mo. [Source: "Missouri Pioneers County & Genealogical Records," vol. XVIII by Nadine Hodges and Mrs. Howard Woodruff; March 1973; tr. by GT Transcription Team]
UNION, Mo. -- Funeral services for Dessie Cupp, 74, of Union, who died Dec. 19 at her home, were held on Dec. 21 in the chapel of Oltmann Funeral Service in Union. Burial was in the Union Cemetery.
Born in Craighead County, Ark., she was a homemaker and was an active member of the Union First Baptist Church. She was employed at the Union RXI School district for 33 years.
Survivors include two daughters, Sherry Ginnett of Washington, Mo., and Stephanie Cupp of Seminole, Fla.; two sons, Ronald Cupp of Union and Randie Cupp of Wildwood, Mo.; two sisters, Mattie Brown of Hanford, Calif., and Helen Wood of Paragould; nine grandchildren, Carl Rogers III, Micah Ginnett, Kelly Cupp, Joe Cupp, Aaron Cupp, Amanda Cupp, Andrew Cupp, Lee Cupp and Ivy Cupp; and three great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Joe W. Cupp; an infant son; her parents, Ralph "R.C." and Bertha Brown; a brother; and a sister.
----Jonesboro (AR) Sun, January 3, 2003; transcribed by A. Newell.
James S. Davidson
the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Davidson, died on Wednesday night after a short Illness. He was taken sick about a week ago with jaundice, of which there has been quite an epidemic in Bozeman the last month or two, when developed in inflammation of the bowels. The deceased was not quite 19 years old, being born on the 16th of March 1879, In Franklin county. Missouri and at the time of his death was a member of the high school. The funeral took place on Friday afternoon at 2 o clock. The young man's death, coming to suddenly and unexpectedly, was quite a shock to the bereaved parents, whohave the sympathy of the whole community. Around the State (News Article), Date: 1898-02-03; Paper: Butte Weekly Miner submitted by Barb Z. -2009
An Honored Pioneer of Franklin County, Is Dead.
Cuthbert Swepson Jeffries died at home in Franklin County, Missouri, on Thursday morning in the ninety-second year of his age. He was born In Mecklenburg County, Virginia, July 1, 1905, and came to the then Territory of Missouri with his parents 1819. The trip from Virginia occupied two months and waft made by wagon. His parents settled a short distance west of St. Louis, in Franklin County, After six years of the vicissitudes of a pioneer life, during which time Missouri had been admitted to the Union at a State, he was chosen Sheriff of Franklin County on the Democratic ticket The death of Mr. Jeffries was preceded by that of his wife by three months They came from the same county in Virginia In childhood and were married In Missouri in 1817.
Date: 1896-12-25; Paper: St. Louis Republic submitted by Barb Z. -2009
Mrs. Jake Levy
Died, in Franklin County, Missouri, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, January 31, 1891, Mrs. Jake Levy. The deceased had resided for several years in Thibodaux, where she has many friends who will regret her demise.
Source: The Weekly Thibodaux Sentinel and Journal of the 8th Senatorial District, Feb. 7, 1891
Virginia Goode May
Mrs. Virginia May died in Franklin County Missouri, 13 Dec 1876, aged 51 years. Wife of Stephen May, deceased and the daughter of Judge John & Margaret Goode, deceased. She came with her parents to MO from Va. at an early age, and for a long series of years has been a consistent member of the Methodist Church
Source: The St. Louis Christian Advocate, December 1876, submitted by Kristy Fox
William H. Moore
was born in Lewisburg, PA, May 24, 1838 and died at his home in Newport, Wash., March 7, 1910. He was educated at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa., and removed to Franklin county Missouri, in 1859, where he resided until 1901, when with his family he removed to Washington. He located at Newport in 1902, whereon account of failing health he was compelled to retire from public life. He has been an active member of the Baptist church since 1872.
Mr. Moore and three brothers enlisted and served in the civil war, and he was a member of the Lewis Duemler Post No. 465, St. Clair, Mo. The deceased is survived by a wife, five sons, four daughters, two granddaughters, all of whom reside in Washington, and three brothers, James A. Joseph R. and Charles L., all of whom reside in Franklin County, Missouri. He passed peacefully away after an illness of ten days, surrounded by the members of his family, who mourn the loss of a kind, loving husband and father. Services were conducted from the residence by Rev. E.C. Scott, pastor of the Baptist Church at Wilbur, Wash Music was furnished by a special quartet and many beautiful floral offerings wre received. Interment in Odd Fellows cemetery, Newport Wash., Wednesday, March 9
Source: The Newport Miner, Newport Wash. March 10, 1910
Name of Deceased: Franz Nowak
Submitters Name: Donna Bard
Obit: We are trying to find out where in Poland our Great Great Grandfather Francisek (Franz) Nowak (Nowack) came from. His birth in Poland was in 1809/1810 and his death in Franklin County, Missouri was recored in the St. Francis Borgia Church Record as December 25, 1888. His wife at the time of his death was Magdalena (Kamler) Nowak. His first wife was Eva (Lysy) and second wife was Marianna (Kowaczek). Any information you have would be greatly appreciated.
Sister M Patricia
Died on Her Home Journey
Chicago, Ill., March 31 – After years of suffering, Sister M. Patricia, of Pacific, Mo., died this morning in a railway depot in this city of consumption. She was on her way to her old home at the Silver Lake convent at Mainotwa, Wis. She was accompanied by another sister, but the fatigue of the journey was too great and she passed away soon after reaching this city. Her remains were taken to Mainotwa for burial.
Submitted by Peggy Thompson
Jessie Cornelia Phillips
Obit: PHILLIPS-Jessie Cornelia, only child of Marshall & Lou M. Phillips, aged 2 months, 8 days, died in Franklin County, Missouri. 7 Sept 1873.
Source: Submitters name Kristy Fox, date: Sept. 1873
who died September 3, 1863, at his farm in Boeuf township, Franklin County, Missouri, was born in Loudon County, Va., in 1759, making him one hundred and four years old. He was sixteen or seventeen July 4, 1776, when the Declaration of Independence was adopted. He married and had several children in Virginia. He then removed to Tennessee, and afterwards to Missouri, where he arrived about 1830, and has remained ever since. He has ever been an industrious, good citizen, and has raised a large family. He died leaving twenty-two children, 82 grandchildren, and thirty great-grand-children. His eldest child is over eighty years old. He had, doubtless, more grandchildren and great-grandchildren; but the family are so scattered that many of them have not been heard from for years. What life this man must have seen! His country first redeemed during his youth from a foreign yoke, and at the time of his death plunged into a most cruel and needless civil war.
Portrait Monthly, New York Illustrated News, Dec. 1863 - C. Horton
New Haven, MO. Oct. 27 Robert Wilson, a pioneer of this county, died at his home near this city this morning, aged 77 yrs.
(The St. Louis Republic. (St. Louis, Mo.) October 28, 1901. Transcribed by Nancy Mayo)
Kills Self Just as Officer’s Make Call
Sullivan, MO- March 31- (AP)-Charles Wright, 60, shot and killed himself early today when two officer’s arrived at his farm to question him about the shooting last night of Mrs. Elizabeth Hellene, 52, at her home here.
Sullivan is a city that straddles the border of Franklin County and Crawford County in the U.S. state of Missouri.
Jefferson City Post-Tribune 1932-March 31
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