Born: February 6, 1865  Died: September 7, 1920

Martha Jane Leeper was born in Harrison County, Mo.  February 6, 1865; her parents were William and Susannah Leeper and she was one of a family of six.  they are Mrs. Nancy Brooks, of Eagleville, Mo., C.T. Leeper, Harper KS, G.W. Leeper (deceased), J.H. Leeper, of Eagleville, Mo.; and J.C. Leeper of Mt. Ayr, Iowa.  The deceased was united in marriage to J.S. Wagner on May 6, 1894, in the old home in which she was born and where she had spent her youthful days.  No children were born to this union.  Funeral services were held at the Christian Church on September 9, 1920 and the body laid to rest in Masonic Cemetery, Eagleville, Mo.
Source: Unknown Newspaper Clipping

Sarah Emma Wiley was born in the state of Ohio, January 4, 1844, and came with her parents to Missouri when about 16 years of age.
At the age of 20 years she was united in marriage to Joseph Hunt and to this union was born six children, three boys and three girls,
Isabell Williamson, of McLouth, Kansas; Cora Eisenbarger of Martinsville, Missouri; Charles Hunt of Bethany, Missouri; Stella Wiley of Lamoni,
Iowa; Willie Hunt, deceased; and Jesse Hunt of Iroquoise, S.D.  All were at her bedside during her last illness except Jesse, who was unable to come.
In June 1884, she was married to John Wiley and to that union was born two sons, Arthur Wiley of Kellerton, and Corwin Wiley of Waterloo.  She
departed this life June 23, 1930, aged 86 years, five months and 18 days.  She leaves to mourn her departure, her children, 13 grandchildren and 24
great grandchildren, also two sisters, Eliza Hendren of Ridgeway, Mo, and Etta Hendren of Oklahoma, and a host of other relatives, friends and neighbors.
submitted by: Melody Beery, Source: Personal papers of Jewell Eisenbarger

Isabel Hunt Williamson, the daughter of Joseph and Sarah Hunt was born in Harrison county, Mo. on December 9, 1864 and passed away at the Decatur County Hospital on April 21, 1957, at the age of 92 years, four months and 12 days. She was of a family of eight children, brothers, sisters and half-brothers, all of whom have preceded her in death with the exception of one half-brother, Carwin Wiley.
She was united in marriage to Charles T. Williamson on September 9, 1907 at Atchison, Kansas. Mr. Williamson preceded her in death and there was also one daughter who died in infancy.
Those left to mourn her passing are her half-brother, three nephews and seven nieces.  She had been a resident of Lamoni, Iowa, for many years. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church of Lamoni, Iowa, on Wednesday, April 24, 1957 at 1:30 p.m.in charge of the Stewart Funeral Home of Leon, Iowa conducted by the Rev. George R. Lamb, pastor of the Assembly of God church of Leon.  Soloist was Mrs. Wayne Hutchcraft, accompanied by Mrs. John Paradise.  Interment was made in the Kellerton cemetery.
submitted by:  Melody Beery,Source: personal papers of Jewell Eisenbarger

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