of Deceased: Harriet E. Caylor
Submitters Name: Ann Baughman
Obit: Died at Deepwater, Mo., Sept. 30, 1894, Mrs.
Harriet E. Caylor, aged 56. The subject of this notice
was born in Coles Co., Ill. on Nov. 2, 1838 and was
married in Charleston, Il. on Jan. 18 1858, and moved
to Henry Co., Mo. about 30 years ago where she has
since resided. Mrs. Caylor leaves a husband and one
daughter to mourn her loss, one son having died
several years ago.
Her remains were laid to rest in the Dunning cemetery.
Name of Deceased:
Carl Lincoln Chisham
Newspaper: unknown clipping
Obit: Carl L. Chisham, Sr., 78, of Cascade [Idaho],
formerly of Emmett, died Tuesday, October 15, 1991
near Cascade. Graveside services were held on Friday,
Oct. 18, 1991 at the Emmett Cemetery with Pastor Gary
Anderson of the Emmett Christian Church officiating.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Potter
He was born February 21, 1913, at Montrose, Mo. He
moved to Buhl with his family. He married Perle Mae
Andrus on Nov. 4, 1935 at Gooding. She died Jan. 7,
Surviving are three daughters, Carlene Huebert of
Mountain Home, Mary Robinson of Crescent City, Calif.
and Doris Shelton of Bothell, Wash., three sons and
daughters-in-law, William and Verla Chisham of
Cascade, Ronald and Cindy Chisham of Moore, Idaho, and
Carl and Winnie Chisham of Reno, Nevada; two brothers,
Fuel Chisham of Buhl and Don Chisham of Calif.; seven
sisters, Eunice, Jewell, Marge, Ada, Hazel, Jean and
Connie; 11 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Five brothers and one sister died earlier.
Mortuary Notice for Harley
L. Cannon Salesman Dies at Sedalia
Sedalia Mo. June 22, Harley L Cannon, traveling
salesman, died here last night. he was born in Henry
County forty-three years ago. He is survived by his
widow and four children.
Date: Saturday, June 22, 1918 Paper: Kansas City Star
(Kansas City, MO) Volume: 38 Issue: 278 Page: 3
Mortuary Notice Clinton, Mo., Merchant Dead
Clinton. Mo,. Jan. 31.—W. H.
Cocke, one of Henry County's oldest citizens,
died last night. He was nearly 90 years old. Mr.
Cocke was a merchant for many years in Hickory, St.
Clair and Henry counties. He at one time served in the
Missouri Legislature. His wife survives.
Date: Thursday, January 31, 1918 Paper: Kansas City
Star (Kansas City, MO) Volume: 38 Issue: 136 Page: 4
Name of Deceased: Ned Cowan
Obit: Ned Cowan Rites Held Monday
Ned Evans Cowan , 58, well known Clinton Lumberman,
died at Research Hospital in Kansas City Dec. 3,
1965. He entered Nov. 30 and underwent an
Mr Cowan was the son of the late P.A. Cowan who came
to Clinton in 1907. He graudated from Clinton
High School in 1925, the year his father bought the
Mills-Sparling lumber yard,
Now the Cowan's Lumber Yard.
He has carried on the traditon, first established by
his Grandfather, Samuel Stewar Cowan, who spent a
lifetime in te Lumber business. applyingthe high
principles of integrity and
Mr Coan was a member of the Clinton Rotary Club,
serving as president in 1941 and 1942.
Rotarians attend the fumeral service in a body.
The services were held at 2: pm., Monday Dec. 8, at
the First Christian Church, Clinton. conducted
by the Rev. N Veron Blackensip, Mrs. Charles Newbill
Active pallbears were W.D. Schott, Herbert(?) Kenneth
Hard, Willard Weideman, Bill Brown and Waldo Feaster,
Hononary bearers were Jim Long, Arlie Fellhauer,
Walter Millam, Ed Benson, Frank Woodruff, Jr. Cliff
Kunkler, Berty Chrismand and E. C. Stephens.
Intermanent was in Engelwood Cemetery with Consalus
Funeral Service in Charge. Surviving are his
wife, Kathleen of the home 514 South Main, two
daughters, Mrs Arnold (Caryle) Barbknecht, Park
Forest, Ill., and Mrs Lawrence M. (Diane) Memphis
Tenn., and four Grand children